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Journal 1

 Item — Box: 1, Item: 1

The first journal in the Ypinia Collection includes an insert, a Letter addressed to the Houston Press Editor, dated October 17, 1935 (2 loose pages), twenty brief works listed in the index, and one that was not mentioned, ¿Levanaho o Maya?. Major and recurring themes in Ypinia's prose focus on self-reflection, society's influence on individuals, spirituality, colonization and imperialism.

Insert, Ypinia to Editor of the Houston Press, October 17, 1935


¡Solo Tu!.| Only You!.

¡Guardando la fe! | Keeping the faith!

Porque Rezar. | Why Pray.

En Sociedad. | In Society.

Contemplacion y Accion. | Contemplation and Action.

La Familia y Comunidad. | Family and Community

El Ensaye en Gris. | Essay in Gray

En Rojo. | In Red

En Azul. | In Blue

En Blanco y Negro. | In White and Black

Flores. | Flowers. (February 1926)

Biografia Corta. | Short Biography.

Una Página de Hugo. | A Page from Hugo

Hombre y Máquinas. |  Man and Machines.

**(¿Levanah o Maya?) | **(Levanah or Maya?)

En Critica. | In Criticism

Fe y Seguridad. | Faith and Security.

Alpha. | Alpha.

En Construcciones. | In Constructions

Tres Mujeres. | Three Women.

Yo He Fracasado. | I Have Failed.


  • 1930-1936
  • Majority of material found in 1933

Conditions Governing Access

Open for research.


From the Collection: 1.00 Linear Feet


Repository Details

Part of the University of Houston Libraries Special Collections Repository

University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
MD Anderson Library
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Houston TX 77204-2000 USA