Archive ID: MC-4-5

Rudolfo Serna oral history interview

Date Created: 1993-03-30

Donor: Southeast Chicago Historical Society

Media Type: Oral History

Language: English


Rudolfo Serna oral history interview conducted by Alma and Monica Sesaros. “This is next a series of interviews of local residents who are taking part in the Southeast Chicago Historical Project. The project is funded by Columbia College, the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the Illinois Humanities Council. Its intent is to preserve the history of Chicago’s steel mill district.”

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Community Life   Immigrant Experiences   1980 - Present (Deindustrialization)   South Chicago   Mexican-American   Oral History  

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