Leandro "Lee" Rivera, Papers, 1978-1992
The collection is focused on periodicals published by Leandro Rivera regarding Tejano music acts. It also includes numerous other publications relating to Hispanic Texas and its business community in Lubbock during the late 20th century.
The publisher and entrepreneur Leandro "Lee" Rivera was prominent in the founding of several West Texas business associations for Hispanic merchants. In addition, he was active in community events, scholarship fundraising and the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC). After moving from Lubbock to East Texas in the 1990s, he has recently retired to Mexico.
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