Huntington Library Aeronautica Collection: Prints and Ephemera: Finding
Aid View entire collection guide PDF 282 72 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description This finding aid describes the more than 600 prints and ephemera contained within the Huntington Library s Aeronautica collection These materials date from 1762 to 1940 and document the early history of balloon flight primarily in France and England as well as the use of aeronautical imagery in satirical documentary and decorative images Item types consist primarily of prints illustrations and broadsides but also include ephemera such as handbills advertisements original drawings and watercolors invitations and tickets handwritten notes newspaper and magazine clippings scraps of fabric from balloons and parachutes and sheet music Extent 1 volume 14 flat top boxes 2 portfolio boxes and 22 oversized folders Restrictions In order to quote from publish or reproduce any of the materials researchers must obtain formal permission from the office of the Library Director Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Huntington as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must also be obtained Availability The collection is open to qualified researchers by prior
Aeronautical engineer, professor, Dean of the College of Engineering, Provost for Professional Schools and Colleges, Vice
Chancellor for Research and Academic Affairs, University of California, Berkeley, 1949 to 1983 / 2000. 2000 College of Engineering oral history series Creator Contributor Maslach G J George J creator interviewee Creator Contributor Swent Eleanor interviewer Creator Contributor Bancroft Library Regional Oral History Office Abstract Growing up in San Francisco 1920 1937 SF Junior College UC Berkeley 1937 1942 MIT Radiation Laboratory design and development of radar 1942 1945 General Precision Laboratories research engineer 1945 1949 UC Berkeley 1949 1963 research and teaching Director Institute of Engineering Research 1963 1972 Dean of College of Engineering Free Speech Movement Third World Liberation Movement articulation of community colleges and universities 1972 1981 Provost for Professional Schools and Colleges 1981 1983 Vice Chancellor for Research and Academic Affairs discusses advising U S Dept of Commerce U S Navy research grants development of computer science electronics Date 2000 issued Subject n us ca University of California Berkeley College of Engineering History University of California Berkeley Provost for Professional Schools and Colleges University of California Berkeley Faculty Interviews University of California Berkeley Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research Aeronautical engineers California Interviews Note George J Maslach Interviews conducted by Eleanor Swent in 1998 and 1999 Regional Oral History Office the Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Forms part of the College of Engineering oral history series Audio tape recording of the interviews also available Shelved as Phonotape 3093 C 1 30 Also available online Duplicate transcript Dept of Special Collections University of California Los Angeles Library This manuscript is made available for research purposes only All publication rights are reserved to The Bancroft Library of the University of California Berkeley Requests for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Volume includes index Type biography Oral histories Physical Description print 1 v xiii 523 p ill
Finding Aid for the Archiving Filipino American Music in
Los Angeles (AFAMILA) Collection 1980-2004 Archiving Filipino American Music in Los Angeles AFAMILA was as a yearlong archiving and documentation project carried out by the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive and Kayamanan Ng Lahi Folk Dance Support for the project was provided by a UCLA in LA grant from the UCLA Center for Community Partnerships AFAMILA began in July 2003 and ended in June 2004 During that time a collection of over 200 audiovisual recordings documenting Filipino American expressive culture in LA was established at the Archive Previously existing collections of Filipino and Filipino American materials were accessioned into AFAMILA between July 2003 and June 2004 Background This year long UCLA in LA funded community partnership had four main objectives 1 expanding the Archive s Filipino collections 2 increasing access to recordings already held by UCLA and the community 3 producing a list of Filipino sound recordings audiovisual recordings and other resources that are currently a part of the Archive s holding and 4 hosting an end of the project symposium at UCLA Extent 3 boxes Restrictions Archive materials do not circulate and may not be duplicated or published without written permission from the copyright holders collectors and or performers For more information contact the Archive Librarians
Afectos de un moribundo arrepentido : n.p. [undated] [17--?] online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Afectos de un moribundo arrepentido n p undated 17 Abstract Religious verses in the form of quintillas purportedly written by a repentant sinner on the verge of death Date 1700 issued Note Also available on microfilm In Spanish Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection Type Poems Physical Description 38 p 16 cm partial microfilm reel 20 exposures
Affidavits of Registration lies in the historical stability that is maintained by the preservation of records of civil activities This collection reflects what the Clerk Recorder s office has given to the Yolo County Archives for preservation Extent 154 cu ft Restrictions Copyright has been assigned by the Yolo County Archives All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Archives Permission for publication is
Guide to the Affiliated Teacher Organizations of Los
Angeles Collection, 1944-1972 teaching career of Harold Corbin as well as political and social issues relevant to education in the greater Los Angeles Area from 1944 through 1972 The organizations represented in this collection include the Association of Classroom Teachers Los Angeles the American Federation of Teachers the Affiliated Teachers of Los Angeles the California Teachers Association the Los Angeles Teachers Association the Los Angeles Unified School District the National Education Association North Hollywood High School the Professional Educators of Los Angeles the Secondary Teachers Organization of Los Angeles and United Teachers Los Angeles Background Harold Corbin began his teaching career as a Physics Chemistry and Math teacher at North Hollywood High School in 1933 Corbin earned permanent status with the Los Angeles Unified School District in 1939 Numerous teacher organizations existed in Los Angeles in the 1930s Over time these disparate groups joined together to form a federation called the Affiliated Teacher Organizations of Los Angeles ATOLA Extent 2 09 linear feet Restrictions Copyright for unpublished materials authored or otherwise produced by the creator s of this collection has not been transferred to California State University Northridge Copyright status for other materials is unknown Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by U
Finding Aid for the Affiliates. Audio recordings of meeting presentations.
1980-1982. Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Record Series 46 contains audio recordings of presentations given at Affiliates meetings from 1980 1982 Extent 0 4 linear ft 1 box Restrictions Copyright of portions of this collection has been assigned to The Regents of the University of California The UCLA University Archives can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright All requests for permission to
Finding Aid for the Affiliates. Publicity Files.
1954-1984. 1984 University Archives Record Series 222 No online items Request items Contact UCLA Library Special Collections University Archives View entire collection guide PDF 53 63 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Record Series 222 contains publicity announcements and programs for events sponsored by The Affiliates of UCLA Records also include newspaper clippings of Affiliate activities Background The Affiliates is a non profit association of alumni faculty and community friends of UCLA It was formed in 1937 by Mrs Edward A Dickson and Countess Frederic Thorne Rider when the Gold Shield alumnae association abandoned its support of a faculty lecture series for women in the community Extent 0 6 linear ft 2 boxes Restrictions Copyright of portions of this collection has been assigned to The Regents of the University of California The UCLA University Archives can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright All requests for permission to publish or quote must be submitted in writing to the UCLA University Archivist Availability COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE AT SRLF Open for research Advance notice required for access Contact the UCLA Library Special Collections Reference Desk for paging