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  • A.L. Pinart collection of linguistic material relating to the Indians of Mexico, circa 1571-1879.
    Creator Contributor Pinart A L Alphonse Louis 1852 1911 creator collector Abstract Original documents written in or pertaining to the native languages vocabularies compiled by or prepared for Pinart and copies of manuscripts and published works mainly religious in character made by Pinart Date 1567 issued Subject Catholic Church Mexico Indians of Mexico Language Note Items within this collection are cataloged individually Search under title Alphonse L Pinart collection of linguistic material relating to the Indians of Mexico Also available on microfilm Preferred citation A L Pinart collection of linguistic material relating to the Indians of Mexico BANC MSS M M 478 494 The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley In Spanish and other languages Physical Description print 20 v 3 microfilm reels negative and positive Language mul Spanish French myn nah nai cai sai oto Identifier BANC MSS M M 478 BANC MSS M M 479 BANC MSS M M 480 BANC MSS M M 481 BANC MSS M M 482 BANC MSS M M 483 BANC MSS M M 484 BANC MSS M M 485 BANC MSS M M 486 BANC MSS M M 487 BANC MSS M M 488 BANC MSS M M 489 BANC MSS M

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  • Al Rojas poster collection [graphic].
    Rojas Al creator Abstract Includes 2 posters promoting the Annual Cesar E Chavez March in Sacramento Calif Both posters depict Chavez 2010 poster also depicts Rojas Date 2010 2011 issued Subject n us ca Chavez Cesar 1927 1993 Pictorial works Rojas Al Pictorial works Cesar Chavez Day California Sacramento Pictorial works Note Collected by Al Rojas 2010 poster signed by Al Rojas Title devised by cataloger Gift of Al Rojas

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  • Al Young letters : to Ted Wilentz : TLS, 1969-1978.
    1978 Creator Contributor Young Al 1939 creator Creator Contributor Wilentz Ted Abstract Concerns publishing matters teaching reading tours and domestic news Also includes comments about current events occurring around him including the People s Park confrontation in 1969 Date 1969 issued Subject n us ca Young Al 1939 Correspondence African American authors Correspondence People s Park Berkeley Calif History San Francisco Bay Area Calif History Local Note Al Young is

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  • Ala Story collection, circa 1944-1966
    Abstract Collection compiled by Ala Story American British Art Center board member and later Santa Barbara resident Mainly correspondence from poet Marianne Moore also a 1947 letter ALS from Robert Frost and photographs of E E Cummings ca 1944 1966 Alpha list Date 1944 issued Note Consult repository for details Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item Ala Story collection SC 295 Department of Special

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  • Preliminary Guide to the Aladdin Stereographs: Japan and Russia
    No online items Request items Contact UC Santa Barbara Special Collections View entire collection guide PDF 54 01 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The collection contains a boxed set of 42 Aladdin stereographs of Japan including Japanese in Manchuria and Russia with printed captions in English and distributed by Doubleday Page Co New York 1901 1905 Included are images of Japanese military officers and troops Hiroshima hospital Russian prisoners of war in Japan Mt Fuji Yokohama Odawara Nikko Kyoto Japanese villages cemetery rural and street scenes and gardens Japanese forces in Manchuria scenes of Mukden and Dainy Moscow Kremlin and street scenes Great Imperial Palace Nikolskaja Gate bell market at Nijni Novgorod and milkmaids of Kiev Extent 4 linear feet 1 document box Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections UCSB All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright

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  • Inventory of the Hussein Alai writings
    HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Relates to the financial situation in Persia the Persian oil industry and the role of Persia in world affairs Includes writings by A C Millspaugh administrator general of the finances of Persia Background Persian minister to the United States Extent 1 folder 0 1 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the Hoover Institution

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  • Alamagordo and Sacramento Mountain Railway Records
    during the operation of the Alamagordo and Sacramento Mountain Railway Background The Alamagordo and Sacramento Mountain Railway was incorporated on March 21 1898 to run from Alamagordo Junction New Mexico on the line of the El Paso Northeastern Railway east to the Sacramento Mountain timber stands Eventually the line was completed 31 1 2 miles to Russia New Mexico where it connected with the tracks of the Alamagordo Lumber Company The Alamagordo and Sacramento Mountain was constructed by the New Mexico Railway and Coal Company later the El Paso and Northeastern Company Phelps Dodge acquired the line in 1904 and made it a part of the El Paso and Southwestern System In 1924 the Southern Pacific acquired the EP SW and with it the Alamagordo and Sacramento Mountain The Southern Pacific continued to operate the Alamagordo and Sacramento Mountain until 1947 when it abandoned the line Extent 1 oversize box 2 boxes Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the California State Railroad Museum All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the District Collections Manager Permission for publication is given on behalf of the CSRM as the owner of the physical

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  • ALAMEDA & SAN JOAQUIN RAILROAD COMPANY LEGAL RECORDS
    Francisco San Joaquin Coal Company at Corral Hollow California The 36 6 mile line ran from Tesla located in the hills south of the Altamont Pass to the Stockton waterfront Construction began in 1895 and was completed in January 1897 On July 25 1903 the line was sold to the Western Pacific Railroad WP The A SJ was dissolved November 30 1908 WP used the line from Carbona to Stockton as part of its main line The rest became the Carbona branch WP removed the branch between Tesla and Walden in April of 1916 from Walden to Carnegie in January 1918 and back to Moy in September 1921 The 4 2 mile section from Moy to Carbona remained in operation until cut back to Teekey 2 0 miles in 1952 This remainder wes removed in the mid 1980s leaving only a short spur off the main line The Stockton law firm of Louttit Woods Levinsky was formed in 1885 In December of 1894 Samuel Davies Woods and Arthur L Levinsky joined to become Woods Levinsky This firm represented the Alameda San Joaquin Railroad Mr Levinsky went into solo practice after 1901 He also acted as claims attorney for the Stockton

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