Peek in the Stacks

Photograph of Richard Fish

The Richard Fish Collection documents the career of professional photographer Richard Fish. Fish’s work combined the technical and philosophical influence of his mentors with a personal sense of artistic and emotional depth, creating a complex and distinctive style of ...

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Poster, "Chicana/o Studies Now!". Rodolfo F. Acuña Collection

Many U.S. History books focus on the history concerning Anglo-Americans but provide a minimal amount of information on the history of Mexican-Americans and other minorities. However, in recent years there have been several Mexican-American figures that have given power and substance to the Chinana/o movement...

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Protest agianst Proposition 187

Frank del Olmo was a Los Angeles Times journalist, editorial columnist, and editor who focused on Latin American affairs and the concerns of the local Latino community. The Frank del Olmo Collection documents a wide variety of topics, including the Chicano Student Youth Movement and Chicano Moratorium...

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Tales of the Dark Knight. PN6728 .B37 V39 1989

Few fictional characters have caught our imaginations as much as Batman, a superhero like all of us in that he doesn’t fly and can’t jump over tall buildings. Bob Kane and Bill Finger created the Batman character, sometimes known as the Dark Knight or Caped Crusader. He first appeared in a 1939 issue of Detective Comics (DC) ...

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