1/12 Miss Maria de Jesus Rodriguez-1927

2/12 Rene A. Valenzuela-1956

3/12 Rene A. Valenzuela-1955

4/12 Rene A. Valenzuela-1953

5/12 Maria de Jeus Valenzuela-1930

6/12 Jose and Domitila Rodriguez-1935

7/12 Heriberto J. Valenzuela-1927

8/12 Rene A. Valenzuela-1960

9/12 LT. Rene A. Valenzuela-1969

10/12 LT. Rene A. Valenzuela-1969

11/12 Rene A. Valenzuela Family-1985 - El Paso, Texas

12/12 LT. Rene A. Valenzuela-1969

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Photograph of my mother Miss Maria de Jesus Rodriguez taken in an El Paso studio sometime in 1927. On the back, dated August 28, 1927, it is dedicated with love to her future husband, my father, Heriberto J. Valenzuela. They were married in Sacred Heart Church in El Paso, Texas in 1928

Central / Downtown, (1920 - 1929), Family and Friends

  • women
  • Catholic
  • Sacred Heart Church
  • mujeres
  • catolico
  • iglesia Sagrado Corazon

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Photograph of me in 1956 in front of my sister, Angie's house on Hillsdale Avenue in Los Angeles, CA.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1950 - 1959), Family and Friends

thats so cool

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Tourist photograph of me in Cd. Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico on Juarez Avenue sometime in 1955. Many passersby would be approached by the photographer who was ready with his horse and charro clothing to take your picture and charge you some small fee.

Out of Area / Ciudad Juarez, (1950 - 1959), Family and Friends

  • Juarez Avenue
  • Juarez
  • mexico
  • Tourism
  • avenida Juarez
  • turismo

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My photograph from second grade at Resurrection School in Los Angeles, CA 1953.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1950 - 1959), Education

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Photograph of my mother, Mrs. Maria de Jesus Valenzuela, around 1930.

Central / Downtown, (1930 - 1939), Family and Friends

  • women
  • mujeres

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Photo of Rene A. Valenzuela's maternal grandparents late 1930's; Jose died in 1945 and Domitila in 1956; photo taken either in Cd. Juarez or Chihuahua City

Out of Area / Ciudad Juarez, (1930 - 1939), Family and Friends

  • Rene A. Valenzuela

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Photograph of my father, Heriberto J. Valenzuela, taken in a studio sometime in 1927 before he married my mother, Maria de Jesus Rodriguez in 1928. My mother preserved this photo all her life.

Central / Downtown, (1920 - 1929), Family and Friends

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My eighth grade photograph from St. Joseph's Parochial School in 1960 at
El Paso, TX. I had to borrow the coat and tie from my classmate, Jeffery Demarest.

Central / Five Points, (1960 - 1969), Education

  • Catholic
  • St. Joseph's Parochial School
  • escuela parroquial St. Joseph's

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1LT in the "Modern Action Army", photograph of me in the hinterland of northeastern Iran. We had gone as far as our 4-wheeled drive vehicle could take us and then we rented horses to continue further into the wild. It was pretty desolate out there with no signs of modernity.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1960 - 1969), Military

  • LT. Rene A. Valenzuela

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Photograph of me as a US Army Corps of Engineers Lieutenant assigned as Adjutant of the Topographic Training Team (64th Engr Bn) in Teheran, Iran in 1969. I was arriving at work one morning.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1960 - 1969), Military

  • LT. Rene A. Valenzuela

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Photograph of my family in El Paso Texas in 1985. L-R, my son Rene II, me, my daughter Zenia, my son Ruben, my daughter Renata and Irma, my wife.

Central / Morningside Heights, (1980 - 1989), Family and Friends

  • women
  • Valenzuela
  • Rene A. Valenzuela
  • mujeres

tag, Rene A. Valnezuela,

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Photograph of me at Persepolis in Iran, archaeological site of the ancient Persian Empire where Herodotus writes that Alexander the Great took back 300 camel-loads of treasure after defeating Darius.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1960 - 1969), Military

  • LT. Rene A. Valenzuela

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