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  • Collection: Washington County Oral Histories
  • Subject contains "Hispanic"

A video recording of Margaret Garza, Alfredo Garza, Hector Hinojosa, Greg Van Pelt, Dr. Greg Mecklem, and State Rep. Mitch Greenlick giving short interviews about the history of the Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center.

An audio recording of an oral history of Alberto Garcia, founder of Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Clinic. Part 2 of 2.

An audio recording of an oral history of Alberto Garcia, founder of Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Clinic, and father of Virginia Garcia, a young child who died in 1975 in Washington County. The recording continues from the end of Part 1, where…

A video recording of an oral history of Maria Refugio Granados about her life in Mexico and transitioning to the U.S. with help from Bienestar. The interview takes place in Hillsboro, Oregon. Granados was born in Cuto De La Esperanza, Michoacan,…

An audio recording of an oral history of Enedelia Schofield Hernandez. There is a transcript of this interview.

An audio recording of an oral history of Vangie Sanchez. Evangelina Sanchez was born in Needville, Texas. She finished high school in Texas, and at age 19 joined the migrant stream with her mother, stepfather, siblings, and two children. After living…

Part 2 of an audio recording of an oral history of Isabelle and Raphael Mendoza, including life in Mexico, Community Action of Washington County, and opening a bakery in 1987.

Part 1 of an audio recording of an oral history of Isabelle and Raphael Mendoza, including life in Mexico, Community Action of Washington County, and opening a bakery in 1987. There is a transcript of Part 1.

An audio recording of an oral history of Hector Hinojosa. He was born in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico, and migrated to Harlingen, Texas with his family when he was two years old. After Harlingen experienced an economic downturn, the family began…

An audio recording of an oral history of Laura Gamboa. Gamboa was born in Cuautla in the Mexican state of Morelos south of Mexico City and lived there until she was twenty-one years old. In Cuautla her family had a refreshment stand. Over time the…