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  • Inventory of the Department of Aging Records
    of Aging and its predecessors document California s efforts to protect and care for its ever growing elderly population This record group contains 25 cubic feet of text records covering the period 1950 1993 and includes administrative files program files correspondence reports speeches research files history files and subject files from several prominent divisions within the department Background The initial activities of the state in aging programs can be traced to Governor Earl Warren s administration and the Interdepartmental Coordinating Committee on Aging This body first appointed in 1948 served an advisory function and did not administer any gerontological program funding Extent 24 5 cubic feet Restrictions For permission to reproduce or publish please contact the California State Archives Permission for reproduction or publication is given on behalf of the California State Archives as the owner of the physical items The researcher assumes all responsibility for possible infringement which may arise from reproduction or publication of materials from the California State Archives collections Availability While the majority of the records are open for research any access restrictions are noted in the record series descriptions Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Administrative Information Agency History Scope and Content Accruals Subjects Related

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  • Agnes Conway Horsfield letter, 1939 December 30
    Dec 30 1939 along with three b w snapshots biographical sketch of her husband George Horsfield Director of Antiquities Transjordan and Christmas greeting card with image of both of them all laid in copy of her book A Ride through the Balkans on Classic Ground with a Camera 02 linear feet 1 folder Alpha list Date 1939 issued Note Consult repository for details Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy

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  • Agnes Fay Photograph Album, 1914-1943.
    War I and includes images of soldiers and the scenery The album includes photographs of friends and family in the 1920s 1940s including her travels to Hawaii Some of the prints include hand written captions and dates but for the most part the images are uncaptioned The brown album cover reads Postal Souvenirs in gold on the front cover and the album includes 49 photo postcards Date 1914 issued Subject Fay Irene Roseann Harwood Catherine French Hospital San Francisco Calif Military nursing United States History 20th century Nurses California San Francisco Note The collection is available for use during San Francisco History Center hours with photographs available during Photo Desk hours Collections that are stored offsite should be requested 48 hours in advance Agnes Fay was born on October 28 in 1886 or 1888 in Ireland and she immigrated to the United States around 1905 Fay served in the United States Army as a nurse during World War I between January 1918 and June 1919 She then moved to San Francisco and lived with her brother in law John at 278 Seventh Avenue in the Richmond District and found work as a registered nurse at the French Hospital around 1920 In November 1922 Fay traveled to Honolulu Hawaii and returned to San Francisco in November 1923 Agnes Fay continued to work as a nurse through the 1940s for the Central Emergency Hospital and the Department of Public Health In 1951 she moved to an apartment at 400 Hyde Street where she lived until her death on November 24 1963 Agnes Fay Photograph Album SFP 63 San Francisco History Center San Francisco Public Library All requests for permission to publish from the album must be submitted in writing to the Photo Curator Permission for publication is given on behalf of the

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  • Agnes Heyman papers, 1978-1992.
    Heritage Organization Creator Contributor University of San Francisco Creator Contributor Judah L Magnes Museum WJHC 1993 001 Creator Contributor Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life Creator Contributor Online Archive of California Abstract Consists of certificates and letters of appreciation given to Heyman for her work for the city of San Francisco and her volunteer endeavors Some of the material came from or was signed by Milton Marks San Francisco mayor George Moscone Archbishop John Quinn the University of San Francisco art museum the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and San Francisco Architectural Heritage volunteers Date 1978 issued Subject n us ca Heyman Agnes 1923 2008 Archives Jewish women California San Francisco San Francisco Calif Volunteers Note Formerly Judah L Magnes Museum Collection Number WJHC 1993 001 Preferred citation Agnes Heyman papers BANC MSS 2010 535 The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Transfer Judah L Magnes Museum 2010 Agnes Heyman was born in Czechoslovakia in 1923 and was a Holocaust survivor She worked as a San Francisco City Controller and was a San Francisco City Guide Heyman was also an active volunteer and a member of the De Young Museum

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  • Agnes M. Donnelly photograph album [graphic]
    O Neill rector of the Church of the Holy Family in Glendale Other photographs show clergy nuns and others active in the Catholic Church chiefly with Irish surnames Also includes numerous birth announcement cards Locales associated with items include Glendale Calif Berkeley Calif Including Saint Anne s Hospital and Pittsburg Calif Date 1890 ca 1920 issued Subject n us ca Catholic Church California Pictorial works Catholic Church Clergy California Portraits

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  • Agnes Tobin papers, 1903-1980.
    Tobin papers 1903 1980 BANC MSS 85 50 c No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Agnes Tobin papers 1903 1980 Creator Contributor Tobin Agnes 1864 1939 creator Abstract Typescript copy of Jean Racine s Phédra and correspondence concerning Tobin s activity and interest in writing Date 1903 issued Physical Description 1 box Language English Identifier BANC MSS 85 50 c Origin California Related Item

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  • Register of the Harold Melvin Agnew motion picture film
    Overview Table of contents Description Depicts the explosion of atom bombs over Hiroshima and Nagasaki Japan Also includes Los Alamos telephone directory for 1943 1944 Background American physicist member Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory staff 1943 1946 Agnew participated in the first atomic strike mission flying as a scientific member of the crew Extent 1 motion picture film reel 1 folder Restrictions For copyright status please contact the Hoover Institution Archives

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  • Agnews Asylum collection, 1859-1978.
    collection 1859 1978 Agnews Creator Contributor Robbin Lawrence Abstract Commitment orders and other materials relating to Agnews Asylum including biennial reports property deeds and photographs The majority of the commitment orders date back to the 30 years before Agnews opened and are likely those for patients originally committed to other institutions and later transferred to Agnews Date 1859 issued Contents Box 3154 commitment orders 1859 1874 Box 3155 commitment orders 1874 1879 Box 3156 commitment orders 1879 1882 Box 3157 commitment orders 1883 1887 Box 3158 commitment orders 1887 1890 Box 3159 commitment orders 1890 1897 Box 3160 commitment orders 1897 Box 3161 biennial reports abstracts of title map Box 3162 photographs Subject n us ca Agnews State Hospital San Jose Calif Asylums United States Note Agnews Asylum operated by the State of California and later known as Agnews State Hospital was established in 1885 and opened four years later in an area northwest of San Jose This facility was heavily damaged by the earthquake of April 18 1906 and rebuilt in 1911 In 1998 Agnews closed and part of its property sold to Sun Microsystems Agnews Inventory available in library item level control Unrestricted Please credit California State Library

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