Anita Martinez Collection, 1999-2011: MARC Record

MARC Record For Collection: Anita Martinez Collection, 1999-2011

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008    010101i19992011xx##
099 9  _a01/AR086
100 3  _aAnita Nanez Martinez
245 00 _aAnita Martinez Collection
      _f1999-2011
      _g1999-2011
300    _a1.00
      _fBoxes
351    _aThe collection is arranged into folders divided into the categories of promotional materials, artifacts, and publications.
506    _aThis collection is not restricted.
520 2  _aThe collection contains a variety of materials related to Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico donated by Anita Nanez Martinez. Anita Nanez Martinez was born in Dallas, Texas on December 8,1925. She is a fifth generation Texan Mexican-American, born to Jose and Anita Nanez. She lived in Dallas Mexican community, known as "Little Mexico".
She was approached to run for Dallas City Council. Anita Nanez Martinez accepted and became the first female Mexican-American member of the City Council of Dallas, Texas. Elected in 1969, Anita served the city council for four years. The West Dallas area had been a neglected area of the city, one change Anita wanted to change was a lack of a recreation center.
In 1975, a recreation center was built in West side of Dallas. This center was the birthplace of the Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico (ANMBF). In 1990, ANMBF produced its first season of professional dances employing dancers trained in Mexico. The recreation Center and the Ballet Folklorico are still around today. ANMBF is considered the largest professional Ballet Folklorico Company in the United States.
The collection includes posters, tickets, programs for exhibit, an archival interview of Anita N. Martinez on DVD, a mug, and a Latino calendar.
524    _a[i]Anita Martinez Collection[/i], University of North Texas Special Collections
541    _aDreanna Belden
      _cGift
      _d2011
545 0  _aAnita Nanez Martinez was born in Dallas, Texas on December 8,1925. She is a fifth generation Texan Mexican-American, born to Jose and Anita Nanez. She lived in Dallas Mexican community, known as "Little Mexico". At a young age, Anita N. Martinez exhibited an interest in community affairs, at 14 years old, she went door to door collecting signatures in efforts to repave a street in her community.
After high school, Anita married Albert Martinez. She chose the role of  homemaker and mother but at the same time, she continue to volunteer for schools and community organizations which resulted her being approached to run for Dallas City Council. Anita Nanez Martinez accepted and became the first female Mexican-American member of the City Council of Dallas, Texas. Elected in 1969, Anita served the city council for four years. The West Dallas area had been a neglected area of the city, one change Anita wanted to change was a lack of a recreation center. In 1975, a recreation center was built in West side of Dallas. This center was the birthplace of the Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico (ANMBF).
856 42 _3Control Card
      _uhttp://findingaids.library.unt.edu/?p=collections/controlcard&id=38

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