Collection contains scrapbooks and miscellaneous records to include minutes, manuals, and The Los Angeles Philharmonic Archives contains programs, brochures, books, clippings, departmental records, recordings, photographs, films, and many other items pertaining to the institutional history of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association. Mainly copies of mining laws, abstracts from minutes of meetings at which recorders for the mining districts were elected, claim notices, bills of sale, deeds of conveyance, powers of attorney, etc.
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Included occasionally are copies of records of the justice These papers consist of an extensive set of correspondence between Annie Montague Alexander and the directors of the museum between and and typescripts, manuscripts and notes for some of the publications issued as "Contributions from the Museum of The collection contains reports, correspondence, appointment calendars, meeting notes, case files, project planning documents, budget Collection of archival materials pertaining to the published and unpublished volumes in the series Contemporary copies of documents relating to Domincans in Baja California and to their attempts to transfer a mission and establish a hospital in Pitic Sonora or in Tepic Nayarit.
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- Journal and Letters of Daniel Southwell;
- A Tiger, a Lion and some very Silly Birds (A Tiger a Lion and some very Silly Birds Book 1);
- Amazon Incursion (The Dungeoneers Book 33).
- L.K. Marshall (Author of Papawa Book One The Keys Series).
- Wild About the Man (Mills & Boon Modern Tempted)?
Records chiefly concern the acquisition of land by the Gualala Journals, logbooks, and reports by Vitus J. Bering, A. Steller, Sven Waxel, and Kharlam Yushin. From negative and positive photostats obtained in Leningrad for the University of Washington. Includes deed from Victor Castro to William H. Gray; and abstract of title to a portion of the Rancho documents abstracted dated from The Recreation and Youth Services Planning Council records consist of correspondence, memorandums, meeting minutes, and reports created and compiled by the Los Angeles Metropolitan Recreation and Youth Services Council from its formation in the late s through the early s The bulk of the collection consists of Rector-Hirschman family correspondence between It also includes genealogical materials and family photos.
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There are also materials related to Mabel and Ted Hirschman, including correspondence and financial records. Album containing ten photos of streets, market place, and special buildings of Montevideo, Uruguay, issued by Bate y Ca. In Spanish. Volume is a typescript in journal form, edited in pencil, of drafts of accounts and reports written in January and February, , concerning the opening of a stretch of the Southern Pacific Railroad between the Mexican cities of Photograph album, probably from , containing 25 urban views of Lima, Peru, and 64 studio portraits of middle and upper class women of Lima by Eugenio Courret.
Historical and personal account of Alta California, including political history, ; social life and customs of the Californios; biographical information on notable persons. Red Bird is located in Wagoner County, Oklahoma. The town was settled before by the Barber and Ruffin families. Collection consists of a group of 12 original glass plate negatives, depicting early views of homes, businesses and townspeople in This collection contains information on the American Red Cross and its San Diego Chapter regarding internal operations, fundraising, recruitment, and various public services.
Consists of correspondence, writings, publicity materials, interviews, VHS tapes, and miscellaneous personal ephemera concerning San Francisco Bay Area writer of lesbian erotica, Red Jordan Arobateau. Contains incoming and outgoing correspondence with friends, publishers, magazine editors, and noted individuals in the Includes portraits of the author, color snapshots and reproductions of his paintings as posters and postcards, as well as snapshots of his partner Dalila Jasmin at home and attending events.
Relates to the history of communism. Dates range from to This collection has Helen Reddy was an Australian recording artist and television personality who enjoyed international success in the s, particularly in the United States, where she had several Top 10 singles and hosted her own program,. The collection consists of sheet Interview transcript relating to the origins and activities of the Progressive Education Association. Interview conducted by James L.
Hymes, Jr. Correspondence with musicians and friends, personalia, notebooks and diaries, mss. Includes personal letters received by Annemarie Labes, sister of F.
Redlich, Ledger contains records of Wigwam of Wyoming Tribe No. Included are minutes, membership and dues and receipts. Kenneth V. Redpath was a charter member and secretary of the Los Angeles Driving Club, organized in The collection consists of photographs, clippings, and records of the Los Angeles Driving Club, programs of Los Angeles horse associations, and personal The Redwood District of Lumber and Sawmill Workers Collection consists of the office files of the Redwood District Council of Lumber and Sawmill Workers, an umbrella organization of industrially organized plywood, sawmill and logging local unions in Del Norte, Humboldt, Collection includes general views of towns and other locations along the Redwood Highway southwestern Oregon and northwestern California.
Views show rural areas, Indians, parks, recreation, farms, monuments, coastline, forests, buildings, roads, bridges, logging, special events, mines, rivers and lakes, and Minutes, correspondence, and reports of the association, its officers and committees, and subject files on association activities, legislation and governmental actions, highway development, publicity, film and photographic materials. Mainly records kept by Clyde Edmondson, the Association's first manager, including correspondence, memoranda, reports, programs, clippings and miscellaneous papers relating to the activities of the Assonciation and to redwoods, with letters by Edmundson, William J.
Losh, George Christopher, Paul R The subject of the albums is the Redwood Manufacturers Co. Remco , located in Pittsburg adjacent to the U. Steel Corporation. Slides for a presentation entitled: "The redwood question: how much is enough? Business papers, correspondence, legal papers, printed materials, Trustee of Hornitos records Clarence [last name] of the th Infantry.
The letters are originals. Alan Reed performed on Broadway ss , and appeared in more than 50 films, including and. He also played character roles on television, most notably, as the voice of cartoon character Fred Flintstone The collection consists of correspondence, Alan Reed was an American film, stage, and voice actor, best known as the original voice of Fred Flintstone on the show.
The collection includes photographs of Reed assembled for his portfolio, correspondence from Fred Allen, newspaper clippings, short Sound recording of interview with Dave Reed conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Remembers boxing days, early s; longshore work, ; witnessing S. This collection is comprised of the writings, artwork, and memorabilia of Ethel M. Reed and her adopted daughter, Nancy E. These two women lived in Claremont, California for most of the twentieth century. Ethel was a homemaker and Nancy The collection consists of an album of 42 black and white photographs taken by George Reed of Sausalito, California, probably in The album appears to be a family snapshot album.
It includes views of the grounds and gardens as Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, notes, curricular material, conference papers and proceedings, and printed matter, relating to the promotion of international education in the United States; Middle Eastern area studies, and especially Turkish studies, in the United States; and activities of Depicts military airplanes, troop positions, and war damage in northern France during and immediately after World War I.
Most photographs are aerial views. Correspondence, legal papers, appointments, petitions for land timber, deeds, contracts, business and military papers The collection consists of reports and correspondence concerning the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge and some material dealing with Reed's earlier activities, such as his association with the Celite Company in Los Angeles, Public Works and management activities in Elgar Reed.
Also are included a play program, print of the Cincinnati College of Medicine and Surgery, Paul Reed was an author from San Francisco, California. Greatly influenced by the AIDS epidemic, his fiction focuses on the gay community from the s through the s. His published journals and other works of non-fiction record his fight with This small collection contains reports about the mine, several pieces of correspondence, as well as twenty-seven photographs of the mine property. The collection contains two photo albums and loose photographs.
This collection includes letters written by Virginia Elizabeth Reed, a member of the Donner Party, at age 12, as well as manuscripts written about her by George Wharton James and Frances Watkins. This collection also includes magazine articles and newspaper The collection contains items reflecting Mr. There are papers, photographs, albums, scrapbooks, drawings and patents, reports, models and other memorabilia, from the late s up through the s.
Included are Swallow and Three diaries mention Annapolis, Martinsburg, and Cumberland. Also included is a Bible carried by Reeme during the Civil War.
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This collection consists of more than images of campus life taken by Steve Rees at the University of California, Santa Cruz, from the fall of through the spring of These black and white, 35mm negatives chronicle the This report by Elena Reese includes historic background, research methodology, archaeological investigation, comparative house histories, conclusion, and references, and is illustrated with graphs and photographs.
Paper samples made using Rudge paper mold, collected by Santa Barbara book artist and printer Harry Reese Henry Reeve's position as editor of the allowed the Reeves to move in leading social, literary, and political circles of London and Paris of their time. The collection This file contains copies of letters between thirteen year-old Phyllis Reeve and Alexander T.
Letters were composed from August 7, to September 10, The originals are The papers of John T. Reeves, M. The papers document his medical and scientific contribution to high altitude, neonatal, and molecular and cellular pulmonary circulation Family background, education in North Dakota; doctoral study at the University of Illinois; postwar library studies a the University of Chicago graduate library school; head of reference at Chicago's Newberry Library, late s; to UC Berkeley's School of Librarianship, Clippings of editorials from Mexican newspapers, most written under his pseudonym, Blas Urrea, relating to Mexican politics.
With these: a few clippings about Cabrera. The collection contains all programs from to , as well as The Williams' describe their family backgrounds, the racial climate in Richmond before and after World War II, their observations of the impact of the tremendous influx of people during the War years and changes in Richmond since then.
Discussion of his legal career in New York and, from , in Los Angeles; the Los Angeles Jewish community; his philanthropic, educational and civic activities. With this as v. Introduction by Phillip Berry; copies of photographs inserted. Comments on scientific studies at Photographs show refugee camp life after the earthquake and fire in San Francisco, Calif.
Women cooking on stoves set up in the street, women washing in tubs, a man cooking over a fire on the ground, men sitting on These forums enable service providers for Southeast Asian and other refugees This collection comprises 4 video recordings of , a national theater project that explores the Laotian refugee experience. Published in Debrecen, the provisional capital of partly liberated Hungary, "Menekultek Ertesitoje" was dedicated to helping the surviving Hungarian Jews locate missing relatives.
The journal was founded by three survivors of forced labor camps.
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This is the first issue of The images chronicle a variety of campus events, sports, students, staff and faculty members. The collection consists of photographs and negatives. The bulk of these records cover the period to ; records after consist of an incomplete set of minutes of Regents' meetings. Boxes of records are arranged by chronological periods, then into three groups within each period This collection consists of Regina Fuchs' holiday in Guatemala in November and December of and features numerous snapshots of locals and scenery.
The collection contains scapbooks with newspaper clippings; cards and notes from members of the Gans family; and programs, including some for balls Gans sung at in to raise funds for Russian Jewish refugees, as well as for concerts at The collection consists of a small amount of biographical material, correspondence, newspaper clippings, assorted pamphlets and exhibition catalogs, and photographs that document the activities Waldman undertook as director of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews.
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The oversize item is Reginald E. Research, writings, course notes, correspondence, and photographs from Reginald Barrett's career as Professor of wildlife biology and management in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management. This collection contains materials from science fiction author and bibliographer Robert Reginald aka Michael Burgess , and the Borgo Press, a small press founded by Reginald where he served as publisher and editor. Materials in the collection include correspondence between Reginald Contains 49 photographic prints, including tintypes, cartes de visite photographs, and cabinet cards, taken of the del Valle family and associates between and Includes photographs of Reginaldo del Valle with his wife, Helen, and daughter, Lucretia and images Hugh A.
D'Andrade b. David P. Holveck b Includes Correspondence, subject files, conference files, Scrapbook of clippings, and printed materials. Subjects include: city planning, airport development, the growth of San Francisco, correspondence and reports concerning bridges, and San Francisco traffic survey reports.