Citizens of the Past?: Olvera Street and the Construction of Race and Memory in 1930s Los Angeles

@article{Kropp2001CitizensOT,
  title={Citizens of the Past?: Olvera Street and the Construction of Race and Memory in 1930s Los Angeles},
  author={Phoebe S. Kropp},
  journal={Radical History Review},
  year={2001},
  volume={81},
  pages={35 - 60}
}
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