Gamez, Tana de (1920-2003)
The Tana de Gamez collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items.

Manuscripts in the collection include newscasts by Games for Pacifica WBAI-FM. Newscasts, dating to 1968, are typescript with holograph corrections.

Correspondence collected between 1964 and 1968 consists of letters and telegrams (some copies). Notables include Maxwell Geismar, Norman Corwin, Moe Fishman, Celia Sanchez, and Haydee Santamaria. Also present are Xerox copies of letters to the editors of Playbill and a statement of Gamez’s accreditation to the International Congress of Havana.

Printed materials in the collection include various clippings and publicity items, as well materials regarding the International Cultural Congress of Havana, Cuba. Other items include "Song to Fidel" by Che Guevara (translated by Miss Gamez) and a printed copy in Minority of One. El Yugo y La Estrella and Patricio Pedro Escobal’s Death Row: Spain 1936 (translated by Gamez) are also collected, as are book jackets and assorted documents titled “Information sent by Mexican students.”

The collection also includes a copy of Alicia Alonso: At Home and Abroad (The Citadel Press, 1971).  

Notable Figures
1. De Gámez, Tana, 1920-
Associated Subjects
1. Radio Subject Guide
2. Women's Studies Collections -- Novels and Short Stories Subject Guide
3. Journalism Subject Guide
4. Guitarists
5. Spanish Americans
6. Women editors – New York (State) – New York
7. Radio journalists
8. Book editors -- New York (State) -- New York
9. Guitar
10. Art galleries, Commercial -- Washington, D.C.