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6 magazines: 'PIT Traveler', 'Nevada', 'Deep Down Inside Arizona Highways', and 'High Desert Journal', last two containing each one an article regarding Basques in the U.S. It also contains the journal 'Sheep Trails', New Mexico Genealogist Society's journal and an article taken from 'Pays Basque' magazine. Sheep ranching in the land of the lakes', 'edible Reno-Tahoe' magazine, four copies of 'Canadian Geographic' and 'Faces' magazine
Four National Geographic Magazine copies containig articles about Basques, Basque Sheepherding and Basque Whale Watching.
Documentation about procedures done by Nevada Range Sheep Owners Association to bring sheepherders fron the Basque Country to the U.S. There are also two books on Spanish laws about migration.
Documentation of North Basque American Organization from 1973 to 2015. Correspondence between members of different Basque Clubs in the United States, checks, donations, accounts and bills, reports, photographs of various events organized by North American Basque Organization (NABO) and photographs donated by Basque Americans to the organization.
Bulletins from Paul Laxalt’s press office, clippings about Paul Laxalt and news and articles about Robert Laxalt. It also includes a tape, slides, photographs, posters, festival schedules and press clippings of the Basque dances group "Oraï-bat" from Bayonne.
Dominique Laxalt’s accounts, documentation, an invitation and correspondence regarding Basque issues, bertsos, cardboards and a speech for Eloy Placer’s funeral. It also includes two dossiers about Robert Laxalt’s biography and works and Spanish translations of some of his works.
The collection is composed of photocopies of the California Range Association [name changed to Western Range Association in 1960] Bulletin and the Western Range Association Reports of the Employment Status of Contract Sheepherders. It also includes six microfilm rolls containing information about the Taylor Grazing Act, the Western Range Association and Guerra de Vascos y Vizcainos.
Documentation and photos of the Basque dance group, Zenbat Gara, of the university of Nevada, Reno.