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  • Guide to the Allen Controversy Papers
    May 1964 Women s Council meeting and alleged discussion of sexual content of reading materials in freshman English classes Background Lucille A Allen was the Dean of Women from 1961 1965 Extent 1 5 Linear feet 3 boxes 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

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  • Guide to the Allen Dairy Collection
    the Southern California Exposition and awards from the Ramona Nuevo Horse Show Also included is an issue of the El Cajon Californian with a front page article covering the dairy s closure in 1975 Background The Allen Dairy was built by Seveno Allen in 1885 It was originally located in Mission Valley where it remained until 1957 when it was relocated to El Cajon It was the first commercial dairy to operate in San Diego County growing to considerable prominence before 1950 In 1975 the last owner Jack Allen closed down operations due to rising feed costs marginal profits and what he considered to be unnecessary harassment by regulatory agencies In 1978 a housing development was constructed at the El Cajon dairy site Extent 2 50 linear ft Restrictions The copyright interests in some of these materials have been transferred to or belong to San Diego State University The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections means that copyright status may be difficult or even impossible to determine Copyright resides with the creators of materials contained in the collection or their heirs Requests for permission to publish must be submitted to the Head of Special Collections San Diego State University

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  • Donald Allen Collection
    editorial work at Grove Press Four Seasons Foundation Grey Fox Press and to special projects Allen did for University of California Penguin and St James presses materials produced by and regarding the poet Frank O Hara papers written by Allen at the universities of Iowa and California Berkeley and finally a substantial correspondence with many of the most important writers and editors in America during the last twenty five years The addition processed in 1991 contains manuscript and typescript materials related to the Four Seasons Foundation publication of Interviews 1980 by Edward Dorn and The Graces 1983 by Aaron Shurin and the Grey Fox Press publication of Enough Said 1980 by Philip Whalen and I Remain 1980 a collection of Lew Welch s letters The addition processed in 2011 enhances the earlier accessions with additional press files correspondence as well as Allen s personal subject files Background Donald Allen one of the most influential editors and publishers of contemporary American literature was born in Iowa in 1912 During the Second World War he was a Japanese translator and then became an editor at Grove Press where he stayed for sixteen years Allen devoted his career to making innovative writing available

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  • Inventory of the Doris Allen Papers
    she won re election in the 67th Assembly District The Doris Allen Papers consist of 7 cubic feet of textual records and audio cassettes reflecting Allen s legislative activities during her time as a member of the California State Legislature The collection is organized into the following record series Bill Files 1983 1996 Correspondence 1985 1993 Press Releases 1983 1992 Prospective Legislation 1981 1993 Speeches 1986 1991 and Subject Files 1985 1995 Background Doris Allen Republican was a State Assembly Member from 1983 to 1995 She was first elected to represent the 71st Assembly District This district covered northwest Orange County including Buena Park Cypress La Palma Los Alamitos and parts of Anaheim Garden Grove Westminster and Rossmoor After district reapportionment in 1992 she won re election in the 67th Assembly District which covered Seal Beach Huntington Beach Cypress Fountain Valley Los Alamitos and parts of La Palma Westminster Buena Park Garden Grove Anaheim and Rossmoor in southwest Orange County Extent 7 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

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  • Finding Aid for the Allen Family Collection of Kennedy-Johnson Inaugural Ephemera, 1961-1963
    Charles E Young Research Library View entire collection guide PDF 86 61 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The collection consists mainly of ephemera and printed material a ball gown worn by the donor s mother to the Inauguration Ball publications such as Life and Look and newspapers which cover the Kennedy inauguration and assassination This collection also includes ephemera from the California Governor Brown s Inauguration Background Marian and Albert H Allen attended the Kennedy Johnson Inauguration in 1961 Marian Allen 1917 2003 and Albert H Allen d 2002 married in 1939 Mr Allen was one of the longest practicing attorneys in California practicing real estate law in Beverly Hills for nearly 70 years Extent 1 box 5 linear ft 2 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 heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright Availability COLLECTION STORED OFF

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  • Guide to the Allen Family Papers
    Hamilton of Los Angeles and her husband William Allen William writes Vera of his experiences as a sailor aboard the U S S Medusa and counsels her about financial issues she is facing alone during the Depression Vera s mother writes to her of financial troubles she faces and of troubles in her living situation Vera apparently lived with her mother in Los Angeles for some time while William was away Also included are several letters from Vera to her sister Margaret and several to William from Vera and other family members Extent 0 21 linear ft Restrictions The copyright interests in these materials have not been transferred to San Diego State University Copyright resides with the creators of materials contained in the collection or their heirs The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections is such that copyright status may be difficult or even impossible to determine Requests for permission to publish must be submitted to the Head of Special Collections San Diego State University Library and Information Access When granted permission is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical item and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder

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  • Allen family papers, 1853-1919.
    Bolinas the Pioneer Paper Mill at Daniel s Creek and dairying in Marin County and papers of his son Charles D Allen including diaries 1854 1920 re life in the Bay Area ranching in Napa with mention of the use of Chinese and Japanese laborers and of the San Francisco earthquake and fire in 1906 accounts for dried fruits and grains poll list for election in Napa County 1894 Nov 6 letter from D W Leaver 1864 Mar 20 describing his travels by horse form San Francisco to Tulare County and work in a steam mill there stock certificates from various mining companies in California and Nevada autograph book biographical and genealogical information on the two men and on the family Date 1853 issued Subject n us ca Leaver D W Sawmills California Bolinas Sawmills California Daniel s Creek Dairying California Marin County Ranches California Napa Japanese California Chinese California Working class California Elections California Napa Family archives California Earthquakes California San Francisco Fires California San Francisco San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Calif 1906 Point Reyes Station Calif Description and travel Petaluma Calif Description and travel San Francisco Bay Area Calif Social life and customs Napa Calif Politics and government

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  • Allen Family papers, circa 1822-1894
    John R Bartlett Hiram Fuller Chandos Fulton Oliver Wolcott Gibbs John M Johnson William Barton Rogers and Charles S Sargent Also includes legal document re courtmartial proceedings against William Allen 1863 05 linear feet 1 folder Includes correspondence to Harriet from autograph dealers any link to Robinson Collection Wyles Mss 12 which also has numerous autographs This formerly was housed with the Rhode Island Collection Wyles Mss 11 renamed the

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