Micaela “Mickey” Campoy de Gutierrez, was a mother, a wife, and an immigrant. Her husband, Herbert Gutierrez was a druggist in a Los Angeles drug store. Mickey became a U. S. citizen on April 11, 1941. She came to the United States with her mother, Rosario de Felis Campoy, and several brothers and sisters in 1920. Her mother brought the family from Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico. Their destination was Los Angeles, California.
In the holdings of the National Archives at Riverside, men and women of Hispanic heritage are intertwined in many of our records, including records documenting citizenship.
¡Celebración de la Herencia Hispana!
To pay tribute to the many generations of Hispanic Americans that have enriched our nation’s history, the National Archives at Riverside will be highlighting some of our holdings relating to Hispanic American history in our region (Southern California, Arizona, and Clark County, NV), including records relating to Private Land Claims, Immigration and Naturalization, military service and many more.
For more information about Hispanic Heritage Month, see http://hispanicheritagemonth.gov/