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  • Finding Aid for the Douglas Ainslie Letters, 1884-1931
    items Contact UCLA Library Special Collections Charles E Young Research Library View entire collection guide PDF 108 84 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Grant Duff Douglas Ainslie 1865 1948 was an English poet critic and diplomat He translated works of Benedetto Croce into English and wrote Chosen Poems 1928 and The Conquest of Pleasure 1942 The collection consists of correspondence to Douglas Ainslie from various persons including one letter from Ainslie to Constance Wilde Background Grant Duff Douglas Ainslie was born in Paris France in 1865 BA Oxford 1886 became an English poet critic and diplomat translated works of Benedetto Croce into English publications include Chosen Poems 1928 and The Conquest of Pleasure 1942 died March 27 1948 Extent 2 boxes 1 0 linear ft Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library Special Collections Literary rights including copyright are retained by the creators and their heirs It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright Availability COLLECTION

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  • Finding Aid for the Ed Ainsworth Papers, 1945-1968
    and contributed to various magazines The collection consists of literary manuscripts correspondence articles clippings books and photographs related to Ainsworth s career as a writer and journalist Background Edward Maddin Ainsworth was born in 1902 in Waco Texas attended Texas A M and UCLA worked for newspapers in Waco Texas San Pedro and Bakersfield California and Atlanta Georgia before coming to work at the Los Angeles Times as a copyreader in 1924 progressed from city editor to state editor editorial page editor assistant to the managing editor and eventually became a columnist author of column On the Move member Board of Governors Los Angeles County Museum member Zamorano Club Death Valley 49 ers and E Clampus Vitus wrote several books on California and the West and also contributed to various magazines married Katherine Lake chief librarian in Monrovia California 1931 died in 1968 Extent 86 boxes 43 linear ft 13 oversize boxes Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library Special Collections Literary rights including copyright are retained by the creators and their heirs It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her

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  • Mary Louise Ainsworth Papers
    Francisco Materials include correspondence photographs academic paperwork and Zurich Institut program guides The inclusive date range is 1948 1976 Background Mary Louise Ainsworth was born on September 16 1904 in Moline Illinois as the fifth child of Charles Henry and Mary Augusta Ainsworth She graduated from Moline High School and received her bachelor s degree from Oberlin College She continued her schooling at Northwestern University in Evanston Illinois where she earned her master s degree in Music Education She returned to Moline briefly to teach piano and music appreciation but elected to move to New York City in 1939 While living in New York she enrolled in classes in creative writing and painting at Columbia University Music and painting were life long interests for Mary In the early 1940s Mary contributed to the war effort by wrapping bandages as a Red Cross volunteer It was also during this period that she became interested in human psychology and moved to Switzerland to study at the C G Jung Institut in Zurich She studied at the Institut from 1948 1956 Upon returning to the United States she chose to settle in Berkeley California Mary was an active member of her East Bay community She joined the First Congregational Church and became active in the Berkeley chapter of the Sigma Alpha Iota music sorority and the Analytical Psychology Club of San Francisco She became President of the APC SF in 1969 Mary died on February 25 2002 in Oakland California Extent 1 linear foot 1 album box Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the C G Jung Institute Archives All requests for permission to publish or quote from materials must be submitted in writing to the copyright holder A copy of the request must also be submitted to the Archives Committee Permission

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  • Guide to the Robert Henry Ainsworth papers relating to the Ward Kimball house (San Gabriel, Calif.), 1937-1941 0000217
    Gabriel Calif 1937 1941 0000217 0000217 No online items Contact UC Santa Barbara Architecture and Design Collection Art Design and Architecture Museum View entire collection guide PDF 75 56 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Robert Ainsworth was a California architect who worked in several popular styles Drawings photographs and specifications document the Ward Kimball house a California ranch style house designed and built in 1937 in San Gabriel California Background Robert Henry Ainsworth was born on June 2 1895 in Wisconsin He achieved a B S A from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor in 1921 and joined the United States Navy in 1917 where he stayed for one year He worked as a draftsman at various architectural firms from 1922 to 1926 and established his own firm in 1932 He based his practice in Los Angeles California and designed many residences in Pasadena In addition to these private homes Ainsworth headed the architectural projects at Grover Cleveland Elementary School and the Pasadena Human Society Building in Pasadena Robert Henry Ainsworth died in Los Angeles on April 18 1970 Extent 4 0 Linear feet 2 record storage boxes and

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  • Finding Aid for the Sami Assaad Aintabi Collection of Arabic Manuscripts
    Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Collection consists of Islamic manuscripts relating to a variety of subjects Extent 20 boxes 10 linear ft 1 oversize box Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library Special Collections Literary rights including copyright are retained by the creators and their heirs It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright

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  • Air Force Special Collection
    Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The collection contains information pertaining to the history of the US Army Air Corps and the United States Air Force It includes general history as well as subject folders on different wings groups and squadrons This collection has much information in it on somewhat obscure topics related to the USAF Background The history of the United States Air Force is quite distinguished Oringally designated as the Signal Corps the Air Force grew during the First World War and was a named the Army Air Corps Between the World Wars the Army Air Corps developed new technologies which would serve the branch well in the Second World War when it was a deciding factor in the victory over the Axis The Air Corps officially became the United States Air Force in 1947 and sense that time it participated in every major armed conflict the United States was involved in Extent 6 25 Cubic Feet 6 Bankers Boxes Restrictions Some copyright may be reserved Consult with the library director for more information Availability The collection is open to researchers by appointment Collection Overview Collection Details Scope and Contents Conditions Governing Access Conditions Governing Use Preferred

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  • Air France Menu Collection SDASM.SC.10002
    between Paris and Los Angeles and between Paris and Buenos Aires during the 1980s Background Air France was formed on October 7 1933 from a merger of Air Orient Air Union Compagnie Générale Aéropostale Compagnie Internationale de Navigation Aérienne CIDNA and Société Générale de Transport Aérien SGTA In June 1945 French civil aviation was nationalized and at the end of 1945 the entire French air transport network was entrusted to

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  • Finding aid for the Air Mail clippings scrapbook 6037
    document the development of air mail service in the United States Mexico and South America during that same period Clippings from some other newspapers are also included New York Times Christian Science Monitor other California newspapers The scrapbook seems to have been created by USC Libraries staff The clippings were placed in the scrapbook in no particular order Extent 0 21 Linear feet 1 scrapbook Restrictions All requests for permission

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