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Title on 519: Dalmacio Ramos part 1 - dated 1980-07-21 (side A). New Idria - dated 1980-05-07 (side B) Title on 520: Dalmacio Ramos part 2 (side A). Bernice Belton [part 1] (side B) 519: "Side A: Part 1 of interview with Dalmacio Ramos, Filipino farm worker who came to Santa Cruz in the 1920s, about life in region during WWII. Side B: Trip to New Idria Mine in San Benito County, interviews with Lola Gali." 520: "Side A: Part 2 of Interview with Dalmacio Ramos, Filipino farm worker who came to Santa Cruz in the 1920s, about life in region during WWII. Side B: Part 1 of Interview with activist Bernice Belton about WWII. Belton was the Southern California director of the Committee to Abolish the House Committee on Un-American Activities in the early '60s."
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