Daniel Tirado and Linda Medina Tirado papers, 1949-2000, bulk 1963-1979.

The collection contains one box of reports, newsletters, reprints, newsclippings and one box of photography collected by Daniel and Linda Tirado. A significant part of the collection dates from the mid-1960s through the mid-1970s and relates to Daniel Tirado's work with agricultural labor and migran...

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: AMOS, Inc
Other Authors: Tirado, Daniel
Tirado, Linda Medina
Language:English
Published: [1949-2000]
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Local Note:
MSU: Daniel Tirado and Linda Medina Tirado.
MSU: The material is stored offsite in Remote Storage. Please contact Special Collections 3 working days in advance if you wish to use it.
Physical Description:6 boxes ; 27 x 14 x 32 cm
Format: Kit
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Summary:
The collection contains one box of reports, newsletters, reprints, newsclippings and one box of photography collected by Daniel and Linda Tirado. A significant part of the collection dates from the mid-1960s through the mid-1970s and relates to Daniel Tirado's work with agricultural labor and migrant workers. Books, reports and newspapers have been separated from this archive and integrated into the book and periodical collection as needed.
Note:Box size varies.
Call Number:MSS 380
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Source of Acquisition:
Donation; Daniel Tirado and Linda Medina Tirado; 2010.
Biographical Sketch:
Daniel Tirado worked with AMOS, Inc., a migrant legal services agency in Indiana. Linda Medina Tirado was a migrant worker in her youth and later a student activist at Michigan State University. She was employed in law enforcement in Texas.