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Spanish letter accompanied with English translation by Dr. María Teresa Venegas. Handwritten family correspondence from Miguel in Los Angeles to his brother Francisco Venegas in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, regarding poor business at his store due to the departure of Mexican customers and widespread unemployment, purchase on credit of appliances and car, the deterioration of his property in Mexico, and his possible return to Mexico.
Venegas, Miguel, 1897-1994 Venegas, Francisco, 1907-1992 Venegas, Julia Cárdenas de, 1881-1961 Venegas, Dolores Dávalos de, 1900-1991 Business Depressions--1929 Los Angeles (Calif.)--Economic conditions Mexicans--California, Southern--Economic conditions Mexicans--Employment--California Immigrants--California--Los Angeles Mexican American Catholics--California--Los Angeles Mexican American families--California--Los Angeles Venegas family--History--20th century Venegas, María Teresa, 1930- Letters Manuscripts
Los Angeles (Calif.) Guadalajara (Mexico) Jalisco (Mexico)
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