Collections

The archives, libraries, and museums below have research collections related to the history of the Chicano movement in Colorado.  Access each institution’s collections by following the links below.

Colorado State University-Pueblo Archives (Pueblo, CO)

csu-pueblo_logoColorado State University-Pueblo Archives includes the Colorado Chicano Movement Archives, consisting of 20+ individual collections of documents, photographs, film, oral histories, printed materials and artifacts documenting the Chicano movement in Southern Colorado, Boulder and Denver from 1948 onwards.

Denver Public Library, Western History and Genealogy Department (Denver, CO)

Denver Public Library Genealogy, African American and Western History ResourceThe Denver Public Library’s Western History and Genealogy Department holds over 50 collections documenting the lives of Hispanic, Latino and Chicano activists, politicians, and civic leaders, as well as arts and culture.

History Colorado (Denver, CO)

hc_logoHistory Colorado’s museum collections include photographs, posters, oral histories, and artifacts documenting the Chicano Movement, primarily in Boulder, Denver, and the San Luis Valley between 1961-1975.  Also holds Hispanic newspapers such as La Luz (1972-1982) and La Voz Bilingue (formerly Voz Nueva, 1976-2008).