Arte y Corazon

Westside Cultural Institutions

Image Credit:

Teatro Nacional and Teatro Zaragoza, 800 block W. Commerce Street, 1937. (MS 355: Z-1216-P-2) Zintgraff Studio Photograph Collection, UTSA Special Collections

Sources:

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Gutierrez, Felix F. and Reina Schemet, Jorge, Spanish Language Radio in the Southwestern United States. Monograph Number 5, Center for Mexican American Studies, University of Texas at Austin, 1979. (Housed at the Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.)

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