The LAP Archives are part of the Latin American Collections at the UCR Library.
The University of California Riverside Library has extensive holdings on Latin America, including the Chilcote Archives and the LAP Archives.  Its Latin American Collections include more than 175,000 volumes, hundreds of  serial titles, with in-depth holding on Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, and Brazil.  There are also exceptional holdings on filibustering in Mexico and Nicaragua, especially William Walker, pre-Colombian codices in facsimile, and material on women. The Special Collections Department houses the Osuna and Pimentel Photographic Archives of the Mexican Revolution and the Topolobompo Colony.

LAP Archives

The LAP Archives includes the complete files of the journal including all manuscripts submitted, publication decisions, editorial board minutes, annual reports and other working documents.


Click here to go to  a description of the LAP archive contents.