The records are an important resource for anyone studying the development of Puerto Rican community-based organizations in New York City. They provide information on education and the public school system, community empowerment, local politics, the South Bronx, and the Puerto Rican leadership of New York City in the 1960s and 1970s. Also documented is the career of the organization's founder, Evelina López Antonetty. The types of documents included are correspondence, memoranda, minutes, by-laws, papers, photographs, flyers and clippings.
Finding Aid for the Records of United Bronx Parents, Inc.