Esperanza and Gavino Aguayo, No. 1, Hispanic Oral Histories, Accn 1369

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Title Esperanza and Gavino Aguayo, No. 1, Hispanic Oral Histories, Accn 1369
Creator Aguayo, Esperanza, 1932-; Aguayo, Gavino
Contributor Kelen, Leslie G., 1949-
Date 1985-02-06
Date Digital 2016-05-02
Spatial Coverage Bingham, Salt Lake County, Utah, United States
Subject Mexican Americans--Utah--Interviews; Aguayo, Esperanza, 1932- --Interviews; Aguayo, Gavnio--Interviews; Discrimination against Mexican Americans; Emigration and immigration--Social aspects
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Description Transcript (102 pages) of part 1 of 2 of interviews by Leslie Kelen with Esperanza and Gavnio Aguayo, on February 6, 1985 and February 25, 1985.
Collection Number and Name ACCN 1369, Hispanic Oral Histories, 1984-1987
Abstract Esperanza Aguaya (b. 1932) recalls her parents and their stories about various revolutions in Mexico. She explains how her parents came here from Mexico intending to stay one year and never went back. She and her brother, Gavino, remember their childhood in Bingham, a small mining town in Utah. Topics discussed include the differences in what girls and boys were allowed to do, street games, Hispanic culture, school, neighbors and friends from various ethnic groups, living conditions in Bingham, and racial/ethnic discrimination.
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Extent 102 pages
Language eng
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Scanning Technician Mazi Rakhsha
Metadata Cataloger Matt Brunsvik; Chris Anderson; Anna Neatrour
Conversion Specifications Original scanned with Kirtas 2400 and saved as 400 ppi uncompressed TIFF. PDF generated by Adobe Acrobat Pro X for CONTENTdm display
ARK ark:/87278/s64j2mvp
Topic Mexican Americans; Emigration and immigration--Social aspects
Genre oral histories (literary works)
Setname uum_hoh
Date Created 2016-08-03
Date Modified 2016-08-03
ID 893604
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s64j2mvp
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