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  • Almira Neff Wright Beam Enos papers, 1858-circa 1900.
    and Mrs B A Bozarth neighbors Major Haller Samuel Hancock and others incomplete manuscripts as Mrs A T Enos San Francisco and East Oakland Brief note of her father Thomas Shelton Wright a 49er and Butte County pioneer Date 1858 issued Subject n us wa Enos Almira Neff Wright Beam Archives Beam George W d 1866 Haller Granville O Granville Owen 1820 1897 Hancock Samuel 1818 1883 Wright Thomas Shelton

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  • Guide to Dorothea K. Almond , "Cooperative Childcare at Stanford"
    of a network of daycare homes Background Dorothea K Almond and Phyllis H Craig were the co directors of the Childcare Resource Center both were active in childcare at Stanford University since the late 1960s Extent 0 02 Linear feet 1 folder 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

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  • Guide to the Dorothea K. Almond Papers
    minutes and other records are from the Children s Center of the Stanford Community The collection also includes letters from Gabriel Almond 1936 and 1947 Background Dorothea Kaufmann Almond longtime child and family advocate grew up in Cologne Germany and moved to the United States in 1934 to study at Teachers College Columbia University where she earned a master s degree in 1941 She moved to Palo Alto in 1963 with her husband Stanford professor Gabriel Almond She served as chair of the Committee on Childcare at Stanford from 1969 to 1977 was co director of the Stanford Childcare Resource and Referral Center from 1978 to 1986 and was a consultant on childcare to the dean of student affairs from 1979 to 1986 Almond was also active in civic affairs as a member of the League of Women Voters and co chair of a committee affiliated with the league on juvenile justice issues from 1988 to 1991 She died on December 5 2000 Extent 18 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

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  • Guide to the Gabriel A. Almond Papers
    of Sciences and the Social Science Research Council Later additions to the papers include correspondence 1964 2001 manuscripts typescripts and reprints 1946 1986 and lecture notes and research files Background Gabriel Almond received his bachelor s master s and Ph D 1938 degrees from the University of Chicago and taught at Yale 1949 1951 1959 1963 and Princeton 1951 1959 before joining the Stanford faculty as executive head of the Department of Political Science in 1963 The following year he became chairman of the executive committee of the Institute of Political Studies and became professor emeritus in 1976 A distinguished internationalist he taught at universities in Japan and Brazil and in 1972 1973 he was an overseas fellow at Cambridge University In 1965 1966 he was president of the American Political Science Association During his career he was a frequent consultant to the Department of State and other policy making bodies of the government Extent 29 Linear feet 38 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 94304 6064 Consent is given on behalf of

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  • Alonso de Estrada Sosa documents : Tula, Mexico : DS, 1582 Feb. 3.
    online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Alonso de Estrada Sosa documents Tula Mexico DS 1582 Feb 3 Creator Contributor Estrada Sosa Alonso de creator Abstract Legal file concerning Estrada Sosa s complaint against Cristobal García a free Black including record of money and goods provided to García Date 1582 issued Subject García Cristobal Blacks Mexico Note Part of a collection of documents relating to Mexican

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  • Alonzo A. Hill letters : San Francisco, Calif. to Comfort Searle, Rindge, N.H., 1851-1853.
    Comfort Creator Contributor Whitney John C fl 1852 Abstract Contains 3 letters to a friend back home communicating the doings of other members of their company of miners and business in San Francisco By 1853 Hill has become a police officer in San Francisco William Gill has returned to the states but is planing a return to California another is working as a clerk in Sacramento and another is still

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  • Alonzo Janes Doolittle family portraits [graphic].
    case 4 Alonzo and Martha Doolittle 1 2 plate daguerreotype 5 Martha Doolittle and baby 1 6 plate ambrotype 6 Martha Doolittle and baby 1 6 plate ambrotype damaged 7 two boys Will and Jeff Doolittle 1 6 plate ambrotype cracked 8 Grandfather Ely father of Martha Ely Doolittle 1 6 plate tintype 9 Jefferson Ely Doolittle cabinet card 10 Martha Doolittle cabinet card 11 California gold walking stick head 12 unidentified man 1 6 plate ambrotype 13 unidentified man tintype memorial brooch Date ca 1850 ca 1880 issued Subject n us ca Doolittle A J Portraits Doolittle A J Family Portraits Gold miners California Photographs Gold mines and mining California Photographs Pioneers California Portraits Note Title supplied by cataloger Several photographers unknown One daguerreotype by Wm C North Cleveland Ohio Photographs accompanied by the gold head of A J Doolittle s walking stick 4 2 cm x 3 cm diam inscribed A J Doolittle Nevada City Cal 1854 on sides Pure Cal ifornia gold From Doolittle s Diggings Sou th Yuba Riv er RESTRICTED daguerreotypes ambrotypes and object Use only by permission of the appropriate curator Inquiries concerning these materials should be directed in writing to the Head of Public Services The Bancroft Library Born in Vermont Alonzo Janes Doolittle was a surveyor who came to California in the gold rush He mapped the gold fields of California In 1875 he died on board the S S Pacific which sank after departing Victoria B C Gift of Doolittle family descendants Type graphic Daguerreotypes Ambrotypes Tintypes Physical Description graphic photoprint 12 photographs 4 daguerreotypes 4 ambrotypes 2 tintypes and 2 albumen prints and 1 item walking stick handle some hand tinted 15 x 12 cm or smaller Language English Identifier BANC PIC 2005 071 CASE 01 BANC PIC 2005 071

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  • Alonzo Letter : to Lucy, 1862 February 13.
    Contributor Online Archive of California Abstract Holograph letter written at Hatteras Island regarding what to do with his money if he doesn t return Date 1862 issued Subject Civil War soldier Alonzo United States History Civil War 1861 1865 Personal narratives Note Use of the collection is unrestricted Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item Alonzo Civil War soldier Letter Wyles SC 110 Department of

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