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Latin American Studies Group, Inc. Collection (MC 232)


Organizational Note

The Latin American Studies Group of Columbus, Georgia, Inc. was incorporated on August 2, 1962, upon the petition of Elena Amos, Dr. Jose C. Serrato, Jr. and Myrtle Smith. The purposes of the group was to engage in sponsoring and teaching classes in foreign language and promoting cultural interchange between the peoples of the nations of the new world, in order to promote a better understanding between the people of the United States and the peoples of our sister republics of the New World.


Scope and Content

This collection consists of material relating to the formation and activities of the Latin American Studies Group of Columbus.

1960s 1 box (.3 l.f.)


Permission to Publish

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Latin American Studies Group, Inc. Collection (MC 232)
Columbus State University Archives
Columbus, Georgia


Provenance

Unknown


Box and Folder List

Box 1

Folder 1 – Incorporation papers filed with the State of Georgia Muscogee County, Office the Clerk of the Superior Court, August 3, 1962

Folder 2 – Membership List and mailing list, 1960s

Folder 3 – Program proposal to WRBL News for a quiz program to be titled Test your knowledge of the Americas, 1960s

Folder 4 – A critique titled Tumbando al presidente of Fidel Castro's TV and radio appearances, by Mrs. John Amos (Elena Diaz-Verson), 1959

Folder 5 – Pan-American Day Celebration materials, 1967

Folder 6 -- Display information at the Simon Schwob Library Display Room on Pan American arts, 1965

Folder 7 – Script for Test Your Knowledge of the Americas quiz program, 1960s

Folder 8 – Letter from Elena Amos to the Book Department of White and Company concerning a recent book by Mrs. Carmen Ibanez describing her work with Cuban refugees, August 18, 1964

Folder 9 – Newspaper Clippings, 1968

Folder 10 – Script for Test Your Knowledge of the Americas quiz program, 1960s

Folder 11 – Latin American Studies Group News Bulletin, February 1965

Folder 12 – The Inspiration and Our Own American Version: A World of Fashion, the program of a fashion show presented March 27, no year but probably 1960s or 1970s