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Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside

The collection of the Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside contains audiovisual material (moving images and audio) from the 1980s to the 2000s. These include the National Orange Company Oral History Program audio as well as the "Living on the Dime" moving images. "Living on the Dime" examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California.


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Johnny Sotelo Reel 00 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Johnny Sotelo Reel 00 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Interview of the Macias family by Leslie Rios on November 9, 2003 Banning, CA. "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism,...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Rangel Park; Chavez Ravine; "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Camera 2 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Interview with Redlands Elders. "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside
by Inland Mexican Heritage
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"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1990 interview with Juventino Oliveros. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For additional...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
1991 group interview with Carmelo Tepezano, Tobey and Lee August. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Marion Ashley Tape 1 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Redlands Redevelopment "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
N. Redlands Redevelopment Community Center; "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Bryn Mawr Interview 1/31/04 "The Last Elders". Nellie Rodriguez; Richard Ramos. "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Featuring Sophie Harris; "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Interview with Lee Richardson "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside
by Inland Mexican Heritage
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Interview with Joe Gonzales "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1991 interview with Elanor Hanson with Pan, Whetheral and Olivera. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Interview with Jim Guerra in Mecca and Duro Camp part 2 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Interview with Steve Solis, tape #2. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For additional...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside
by Inland Mexican Heritage
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Macias Family Pt 1 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1991 group interview with Connie Tepezano, Deanna Reese and Lee August. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Redlands Townhall; 12/04 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Interview with Robert Renfro manager of National Orange Co. Tape #2 Copy Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Interview with Robert Renfro manager of National Orange Co. Tape #1 Copy Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
San Timeteo Schoolhouse Pt 2 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local, San Timoteo Canyon School
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Florez/Chavez 1 of 2 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Blythe Story Share School 01 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside
by Inland Mexican Heritage
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Interview with Epimenio Robles "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Blythe Story Share; "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
San Tim Canyon Schoolhouse "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local, San Timoteo Canyon School
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1991 interview with Silva Ramirez, Angela Gonzalez, and Martha Olivera. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
1991 interview with Steve Solis, tape #1 Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For additional...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Sept. 21, 2004 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Town Hall 12.16.04 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1991 interview with Jose de Alejanro. Interviewed by Martha Olivera and Angela Gonzalez. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Reel 67, Margaret Leivas, Gilbert Leivas, Aldfredo Figueroa "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1990 interview with Juan Ponce, 3:00 pm. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For additional...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
1991 Interview with Stan Quarles, Ray Doswell and Martha Olivera. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Bloom Garage 1 11/11/03 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Citrus Project Interview with unknown interviewees. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Tape 1 of 3 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Various interviews with those living at the Mecca Park Migrant Camp in Mecca, CA. Includes interviews from Laronna Jojoba - Eagle Mtn, Jim Guerra - Mecca CA and Armando Bravo (in Spanish) Additional Descriptive Notes: Mecca Park Migrant Camp; Mecca, California; Eagle Mountain June 22, 2004 tape 1 Eagle Mtn - Mecca For additional information see California Revealed .
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1991 interview with Antonio Nava. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For additional information...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Penny Newman "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside
by Inland Mexican Heritage
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Maurice Calderon "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside
by Inland Mexican Heritage
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Dolores Cortez Founder, St Mary's Ballet Folklorico "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Day 2 of Blythe shooting in the Palo Verde Valley including interveiws Margaret Leivas, Gilbert Leivas and Alfredo Figueroa "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Interviews with Floyd Davis and Lee August in 1991 Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Ernest Siva Eric Rush a conservative owned a dairy and protested redevelopment. "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism,...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1 of 2 Pascual Olivas "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Field Interviews; Jan 2004 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Redlands Redev. "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Pascual Olivas Nov 2004 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1991 oral history interview.  Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For additional information...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Hal Embshoff Interview Banning, CA 7/1/03 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Relevancy and History Project, California Citrus State Historic Park with University of California, Riverside
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1989 interview with Ted Gibson, Los Encionos. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For additional...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Bloom Garage 02 11/11/03 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Ray Flores/Jim Velasquez; Interview 1; "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Greg Palmer; Penny Newman "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Leslie Rios 11/9/03 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
1990 interview with Ralph Horman, Los encinos. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
1990 interview with Mirella Munoz, 12:00 pm. Oral histories (1990-91) documenting social, business, and labor histories of the citrus industry in Southern California through interviews with owners, managers, and laborers of Riverside, National Orange Company (1898-2001), the oldest continuously operating packinghouse at the time. Interviews by UCR students and faculty, contributing to research towards development of an interpretive plan for California Citrus State Historic Park. For additional...
Topics: californiarevealed, Citrus fruit industry--California--History, California--History, Local
Source: Audio cassette: 1 Tape of 1
Tape 1 Reel 69 Figueroa, Blythe, Colorado River, Ehreabag AZ; "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
Ray Abril; Tape 1; Colton, CA Jan. 17, 2004 "Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1
"Living on the Dime" (Inland Mexican Heritage, 2003-2006) examined the effects of economic growth, the concept of progress and environmental impacts of freeway-centered development on communities along Interstate 10 or 'The Dime' throughout Inland Southern California. Interview subjects and topics include seldom-recorded barrio and Native American tribal histories, community and social justice activism, political and business leaders as well as documenting public events with multiple...
Topics: californiarevealed, California--History, Local
Source: MiniDV: 1 Tape of 1