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  • Elmer C. Aldrich papers
    1935 1938 and a watercolor painting of the Life Sciences Building at the University of California Berkeley done by Aldrich s wife Jane Nold The Aldrich papers also contain a folder of Allan Brooks a wildlife artist materials Background Elmer Clare Aldrich born in 1914 was a student of the University of California Berkeley for both his B A and M A in Biological Science In the 1930s he studied under the first Director of the Museum of Vertebrate zoology at Berkeley Joseph Grinnell Aldrich considered Grinnell a lifelong mentor and huge influence on his work His life s work revolved around conservation and protection of wildlife areas particularly in his home of Sacramento Throughout his career he served as a Wildlife Technician and Ranger Naturalist and was a longtime employee of the California State Parks and Recreation Department He was also a member of the California Conservation Council California Natural Areas Coordinating Council as well as the Advisory Committee for California Significant Natural Areas Program under the Department of Fish and Game Additionally he served on the Board of Directors of the Sierra Club and the Audubon Society and was president of the Sacramento Audubon Society Notably he also served as a Photographic Officer in the Navy during WWII and saw and photographed the devastation at Pearl Harbor His most deeply cherished achievement however was the conceptualization and realization of the American River Parkway which is now a 23 mile parkway running throughout Sacramento County He was instrumental in the Save the American River Association and remained so until his death at age 95 in Sacramento Aldrich remained a part of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology community throughout his entire life and even spoke on the experience of working with Joseph Grinnell as a young graduate student during the

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  • Overview of the Mildred Aldrich letters
    entire collection guide PDF 54 01 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Relates to conditions in France during World War I and to activities of Gertrude Stein and other literary figures in France Letters sent to a friend in the United States probably Harriet Levy Extent 1 folder 0 1 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the Hoover

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  • Inventory of the Philip Aldrich archives [graphic]
    world famous singers of the 1930s including Lily Pons Rosa Ponselle and Friedrich Schorr Also a few photographs of violinists such as Szigeti and Ysaye Restrictions All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Public Services Permission for publication is given on behalf of The Music Library as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to

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  • Guide to the Putnam Aldrich Festschrift Papers
    Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Collection documents the collection of essays by his former students in honor of Putnam Aldrich Essays On Musical Style and Performance Practice and includes drafts of the papers contributed bibliographies several photographs and correspondence of W L Crosten and Edward Colby with the authors Background Putnam Aldrich noted harpsichordist joined the Stanford University faculty in 1950 A graduate of Yale he earned his advanced degrees in music at Harvard He was the founder of the Ph D program in music at Stanford and taught counterpoint the history of baroque music and harpsichord After his retirement in 1969 he moved to France where he died in 1975 Extent 0 5 Linear feet Restrictions All requests to reproduce publish quote from or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections and University Archives Stanford University Libraries Stanford California 94304 6064 Consent is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission from the copyright owner Such permission must be obtained from the copyright owner heir s or assigns

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  • A guide to the Robert G. Aldrich logbook and correspondence, 1843-1930
    23816 HDC 1660 collection contains a logbook written by Aldrich while aboard the CONSTANCE schooner and several letters to his sisters The collection has been processed to the file unit level and is available for research with some restrictions due to its fragile condition Background Historical information about Robert G Aldrich could not be found Extent 1 LF Restrictions Some material may be copyrighted or restricted It is the researcher

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  • Aldrich, Thomas Bailey Letter to Mr. Osgood : Ponkapog, Mass., 1880 May 25.
    Thomas Bailey Letter to Mr Osgood Ponkapog Mass 1880 May 25 BANC MSS Z Z 100 64 No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Letter to Mr Osgood Ponkapog Mass 1880 May 25 Creator Contributor Aldrich Thomas Bailey 1836 1907 creator Creator Contributor Osgood Mr Correspondent Abstract Declining an invitation Date 1880 issued Physical Description 2 p 21 cm Language English Identifier BANC MSS Z

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  • Overview of the Luigi Aldrovandi Marescotti typescript : Nuovi ricordi e frammenti di diario per far seguito a Guerra Diplomatica (1914-1919)
    per far seguito a Guerra Diplomatica 1914 1919 YY004 No online items Contact Hoover Institution View entire collection guide PDF 75 59 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Background Chief of cabinet of the Italian Foreign Ministry during World War I Extent 1 item 1 folder 0 1 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the Hoover Institution Archives Availability

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  • Guide to the Fernando Alegria Papers
    Bastos Jaime Alazraki Isabel Allende Carlos Fuentes Juan Rulfo Nicanor Parra and many others Also includes correspondence with North American authors such as Allen Ginsberg and Lawrence Ferlinghetti as well as Linus Pauling The collection also contains numerous manuscripts by Alegria and other Latin American authors including Raul Barrientos Jorge Bernales Alejo Carpentier Joaquim Francisco Coelho Roque Dalton Humberto Diaz Casanueva Juan Armando Epple Mario Antonio Espinosa Ricardo Israel Reynaldo Jimenez Luis Merino and Pablo Neruda Background Fernando Alegria born September 16 1918 in Santiago Chile to Santiago Alegria Toro and Julia Alfaro is a poet novelist and educator He married Carmen Letona Melendez on Jan 29 1943 Together they had four children Carmen Daniel Andres and Isabel Extent 59 linear ft Restrictions Property rights reside with the repository Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs To obtain permission to publish or reproduce please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept of Special Collections Availability Collection is open for research materials must be requested at least 24 hours in advance of intended use Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Access Publication Rights Preferred Citation Acquisition Information Biography Administrative History Scope and Content of Collection

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