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  • Alonzo W. Adams papers, 1850-1851.
    tax California Include deposition of Jules Carlo miner before the Senate investigative committee signed also by J J Warner and David F Douglass the license to mine issued to Carlo George C Bridges affidavit against Adams and Adams note on taxes paid by Henry Haney Date 1850 issued Subject n us ca Douglass David F 1821 1872 Warner J J Juan José 1807 1895 Carlo Jules Bridges George C Haney

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  • Inventory of the Deirdre Alpert Papers
    22 cubic feet of records reflecting the interests and political activities of Alpert during her 14 years in the California State Legislature The records contain two series bill files and subject files from 1990 to 2004 Background California legislator Deirdre Alpert also known as Dede was born on October 6 1945 in New York City She moved with her family and established residence in California in 1962 studying government at Pomona College Deirdre married Michael Alpert in Los Angeles and moved back to the San Diego region in 1975 The couple produced three daughters Alison Kristin and Lehn She was a member of the Solana Beach School District Board from 1983 until her election to the California Assembly in 1990 serving as Board president in 1987 During this period the Solana Beach School District began before and after school childcare and preschool programs created the county s first infant care center and had two schools recognized by California as distinguished schools Extent 22 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

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  • Guide to the Alpha Kappa Lambda Fraternity, Beta Chapter, Records
    No online items Contact Stanford University University Archives View entire collection guide PDF 53 27 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Correspondence minutes reports newsletters questionnaire responses from alumni and clippings 1965 1966 pertaining to the chapter s disaffiliation from the national organization Also includes a few photographs and memborabilia 1961 Background Beta Chapter of Alpha Kappa Lambda was established at Stanford University in 1920 it was known as the egghead fraternity for its top scholastic ranking among Stanford s fraternities In 1965 it withdrew from the national organization due to a lack of practical ties 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 See http library stanford edu depts spc pubserv permissions html Availability This collection is

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  • Guide to the Alpha Mu Fraternity, Beta Chapter Records
    Alpha Mu fraternity was a high school fraternity that operated in the Sacramento Area from 1902 to 1910 Their records are comprised of the fraternity constitution initiation ceremony meeting minutes correspndence financial documents and objects used in initiations 1902 1915 bulk 1902 1910 Background The Alpha Mu fraternity was a high school fraternity that operated in the Sacramento Area from 1902 to 1910 Students from Sacramento High School applied for a charter from the Alpha Chapter of the Alpha Mu fraternity in San Francisco which resulted in the formation of the Alpha Mu Beta Chapter in Sacramento The Sacramento City Board of Education passed an order prohibiting Sacramento High School students from joining fraternities after July 1st 1904 The fraternity in Sacramento continued to recruit members and was quite active up until fraternities were completely banned from Sacramento high schools in March of 1909 Beta Chapter continued to convene until its final meeting in June of 1910 Extent 5 linear ft 3 archival boxes Restrictions Use of the described materials may be subject to U S and international copyright laws Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Sacramento Public Library as the owner of the physical items and

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  • Inventory of the Alphu Mu records, 1922 Oct. 11 -1954 Oct. 21
    ARCHIVES ALPHA MU 1 No online items Contact UC Berkeley Music Library View entire collection guide PDF 54 31 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Collection includes constitution minutes correspondence newspaper clippings 4 photographs membership lists and other documents Restrictions All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of the

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  • Register of the Alpha Omega Club (Stockton, Calif.) Records, 1905-1973
    activities newspaper clippings of club and member activities postcards and notes from members travelling and group photographs of Club members 1920 1960 Background Alpha Omega was a women s social club and sorority The sorority was first organized in 1905 with chapters in Sacramento Oakland San Jose and Stockton California Minutes indicate that about 12 women attended meetings at each others homes In the 1920s the women sewed gossiped and

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  • Guide to the Alpha Phi Omega, Zeta Chapter, Records
    HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Records include minutes correspondence publications clippings photographs publicity and rosters some of which are arranged in scrapbooks Also included is a guest book from their 1983 anniversary and several videos VHS Background The Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega a national community service fraternity was chartered at Stanford on May 19 1928 It was a men s fraternity until 1973 when Stanford admitted its first female member admission of women became the national policy in 1976 Recent activities have included participating in an Earth Day cleanup at Muir Woods serving soup kitchens organizing the Trick or Treat canned food drive and helping build children s playgrounds Extent 7 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

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  • Guide to the Alpha Pi Boulé Records
    records membership reports correspondence and a few artifacts The collection also contains photos from some of the Alpha Pi Boulé s meetings and events in the 1990s and photos from the San Diego Metropolitan Radio Club A video tape from one of the Pacific Coast Regional Conventions 1999 is also included in the collection Background Alpha Pi Boulé the local chapter of the Sigma Pi Phi fraternity was chartered on May 8 1965 in San Diego California after Jack Kimbrough DDS contacted members of the Sigma Pi Phi fraternity in Los Angeles to investigate establishing a branch of the organization in San Diego Established in 1904 the Sigma Pi Phi fraternity is the country s oldest fraternity for college educated and professional African Americans Its goal is to pursue intellectual development citizenship law and culture The fraternity as a whole is referred to as the Grand Boulé Alpha Pi Boulé s original members and first Charter Officers were Sire Archon President J Kimbrough Grammateus Secretary John Johnson Thesaristis Treasurer George Walker Smith Leading Archon Agogos Edward Maddox and Lecturing Archon Rhetoricus Harold Howland Other early members were Edward Singleton Henry Lennette Earl Gilliam and Donald Carey Extent 3 09 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

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