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    • Ziskin Interview

    • Ziskin Interview
    • Ziskin, Sarah and Hadassah
    • Phoenix; Jewish Community; Jewish Education;
    • Sarah and Hadassah Ziskin talk about moving to Phoenix from Chicago. They discuss the Jewish education provided in the 1960s by Temple Beth-El. The talk about living in a modern world while still being an observant Jew.
    • Wooden Cash register

    • Wooden Cash register
    • Unknown
    • Technology and Equipment Science and Technology: Merchandising Technology and Equipment: Register, Cash
    • Electric cash register. All light colored wood grain top with some dark wood color in the back and both sides. Has four wooden drawers. One metal lever adjusts the A-E keys; and the other metal lever adjusts the Cash, On Acc't, Charge, Paid Out....
    • Winnie Ruth Judd Reminiscences Letter

    • Winnie Ruth Judd Reminiscences Letter
    • Winnie Ruth Judd
    • Judd, Winnie Ruth, 1905-1998; Trials (Murder) -- Arizona -- Phoenix; Murder -- Arizona -- Phoenix; Women murderers -- Arizona; Murderers -- Arizona
    • Handwritten reminiscences letter written by Winnie Ruth Judd while in the Arizona State Hospital.
    • Wellnews

    • Wellnews
    • Arizona. Dept. of Administration. Personnel Division.
    • Employee health promotion--Arizona
    • This item contains one or more publications. Title changed to WellNEWS starting November 2005.
    • Video: Plácida Elvira García Smith

    • Video: Plácida Elvira García Smith
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Theodore Roosevelt Dam (Ariz.); Salt River Project; Americanization; San Luis (Yuma County, Ariz.); University of Utah; University of California at Berkeley; League of United Latin American Citizens; United Service Organizations (U.S.);
    • Vignette of the life of Plácida Elvira García Smith, whose place in Phoenix history lies during post-World War I at Friendly House, established in 1920. Disturbed by the poverty and racism she witnessed within the Mexican and Mexican-American...
    • Video: Narcisa Monreal Esperanza

    • Video: Narcisa Monreal Esperanza
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Civil Rights; Winkleman, AZ; Salt River Indians; Williams AFB; United Latin American Citizens; Equal Employment Opportunities Commission; Title VII; Arizona Women's Political Caucus; National Organization for women; League of Mexican American Women
    • Throughout her life Narcisa Monreal Espinoza has broken the mold of traditional roles for Latinas from her generation. Narcisa and her twin sister Sofia were born in 1923 in the mining town of Winkelman, Ariz. The Monreal family finally settled...
    • Video: Maria Luisa Ramos, Movin' Up Celebration 2010

    • Video: Maria Luisa Ramos, Movin' Up Celebration 2010
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Community leadership; Community leaders; Arizona State University;
    • Latino Perspective Magazine's 2010 Movin' Up Celebration honors Maria Luisa Ramos, Director of Arizona State University's American Dream Academy. Maria was one of 12 community leaders from across the country selected by MillerCoors in their 2009...
    • Video: Julia Cecilia Cuesta Soto Zozaya

    • Video: Julia Cecilia Cuesta Soto Zozaya
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Mohave County (Ariz.)--History; Mohave County (Ariz.)--History--Miscellanea; Asturias (Spain); Retinitis pigmentosa; Sarah Coventry, Inc; League of United Latin American Citizens; Arizona-Mexico Commission; American Women in Radio and Television...
    • Vignette of the life of Julia Cuesta Soto Zozaya, who exemplified a moral courage and strong will to succeed. As a teenager, Julia was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa; by the age of 27, she was legally blind. Despite her loss of vision, Julia...
    • Video: Guadalupe Verdugo Huerta

    • Video: Guadalupe Verdugo Huerta
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Prescott, AZ; World War II; Luke AFB; Golden Gate Barrio; Civil Rights; Sacred Heart Church; Chicanos Por la Causa (CPLC); Hon Kachina Award;
    • Spunky, strong, and saintly are a few words used to describe community advocate Guadalupe Verdugo Huerta. Born in 1921, Guadalupe grew up in the small town of Prescott, Ariz. The death of her father, Loreto, ended her formal education in 7th grade....
    • Video: Fabian Gonzalez, Movin' Up Celebration 2010

    • Video: Fabian Gonzalez, Movin' Up Celebration 2010
    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Police officers; Police--Arizona; Police--Arizona--Phoenix--Biography;
    • Latino Perspective Magazine's 2010 Movin' Up Celebration honors Officer Fabian Gonzalez. On May 12, 2009, Officer Fabian Gonzalez was recognized by the National Association of Police Organizations for his courage in protecting a crowd of moviegoers...
    • Video: Dr. Anna Marie Ochoa O'Leary

    • Video: Dr. Anna Marie Ochoa O'Leary
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Arizona Border Rights Project; Morenci Miners Women's Auxiliary; University of Arizona; Mexican studies; Fulbright scholars;
    • Vignette of the life of Anna Marie Ochoa O'Leary, an assistant professor in the Department of Mexican American and Raza Studies at the University of Arizona, where she also earned her B.A. in political science and her Ph.D. in anthropology. Her...
    • Video: Dora and Alicia Ocampo Quesada

    • Video: Dora and Alicia Ocampo Quesada
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Wickenburg Region (Ariz.)--History; Wickenburg Region (Ariz.)--History--19th century; American Federation of Teachers; Social Security Administration (U.S.); Stenographers;
    • Vignette of the lives of sisters Dora and Alicia, fifth-generation descendents of a pioneer Mexican family that helped establish Wickenburg, Arizona in 1863. After a long career in nursing, Dora became a teacher at the Veda B. Frank Elementary...
    • Video: David Lujan, Movin' Up Celebration 2010

    • Video: David Lujan, Movin' Up Celebration 2010
    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Attorneys general; Attorneys general--United States--Biography; Attorneys general--United States--Congresses; Congressmen;
    • Latino Perspective Magazine's 2010 Movin' Up Celebration honors David Cavazos, Phoenix's city manager. Cavazos, who holds a master’s degree in management and public policy from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s degree in political...
    • Video: David Cavazos, Movin' Up Celebration 2010

    • Video: David Cavazos, Movin' Up Celebration 2010
    • Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • City managers; City managers--United States; City managers--United States--Biography; Public service; City of Phoenix (Ariz); Phoenix (Ariz); Phoenix Children's Hospital;
    • Latino Perspective Magazine's 2010 Movin' Up Celebration honors David Cavazos, Phoenix's city manager. Cavazos, who holds a master’s degree in management and public policy from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s degree in political...
    • Video: Carmela Ramírez

    • Video: Carmela Ramírez
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Musicians; R&B (Music); Jazz; Latinas; City of Phoenix (Ariz.);
    • Vignette of the life of Carmela Ramirez, a Phoenix native born into a family of musicians who has been a staple in the Valley music scene since the ‘70s. She has performed with headliners such as Tina Turner and B.B. King, and her musical...
    • Video: Barbara Rodríguez Mundell

    • Video: Barbara Rodríguez Mundell
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Maricopa County (Ariz.); Maricopa County (Ariz). Superior Court; Judges; Arizona State University; Arizona State University. College of Law; Arizona State University. College of Law--Alumni and alumnae--Periodicals; Arizona. Industrial Commission;
    • Vignette of the life of Barbara Rodríguez Mundell, the first female and the first Hispanic presiding judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court. She oversees the work of approximately 95 judges, 58 commissioners, more than 4, 000 staff members,...
    • Video: Barbara Mundell, Movin' Up Celebration 2010

    • Video: Barbara Mundell, Movin' Up Celebration 2010
    • Raul H. Castro Institute and Latino Perspectives Magazine
    • Maricopa County (Ariz.); Maricopa County (Ariz). Superior Court; Judges; Arizona State University; Arizona State University. College of Law; Arizona State University. College of Law--Alumni and alumnae--Periodicals; Arizona. Industrial Commission;
    • Latino Perspective Magazine's 2010 Movin' Up Celebration honors Barbara Rodríguez Mundell, the first female and the first Hispanic presiding judge of the Maricopa County Superior Court. She oversees the work of approximately 95 judges, 58...

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