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  • Alvarado Adobe records : San Pablo, Contra Costa County, 1800s.
    Adobe was torn down Sept 1 1954 Fragments include lists of registered voters in Contra Costa County a letter and the lord s prayer in various languages Also includes letter from Ralph L Phelps discussing the destruction of the adobe Date 18uu issued Subject n us ca Alvarado Adobe San Pablo Calif Voting registers California Contra Costa County Historic sites California Contra Costa County Note Preferred citation Alvarado Adobe records

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  • Overview of the Emilio Alvarez Montalván speeches
    Hoover Institution View entire collection guide PDF 76 04 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Radio interview and Rotary Club speech relating to political conditions in Nicaragua Background Executive director Partido Conservador de Nicaragua member board of directors La Prensa Extent 1 phonotape cassette linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the Hoover Institution Archives Availability Collection is open

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  • Alvaro Obregón letters : Mexico City, to Pat Neff, Austin, Tex., 1921-1922.
    Austin Tex 1921 1922 Creator Contributor Mexico President 1920 1924 Obregón creator correspondent Creator Contributor Obregón Alvaro 1880 1928 correspondent Creator Contributor Neff Pat Morris 1871 1952 correspondent Creator Contributor Texas Governor 1921 1925 Neff correspondent Abstract Three typescript letters two in Spanish and one in English from the president of Mexico Alvaro Obregón to the governor of Texas Pat Neff containing a series of requests for the release of 8 Mexican nationals imprisoned in Texas including Jesús M Rangel Charles Cline Jesús González and Abraham Cisneros y Pedro Perales In the English letter Obregón states that the Mexican nationals were not guided by criminal purposes but were only acting in support of their country s struggle for independence On letterhead stationery of the president of Mexico and signed A Obregón Date 1921 issued Subject n mx n us tx Obregón Alvaro 1880 1928 Correspondence Neff Pat Morris 1871 1952 Correspondence Mexico President 1920 1924 Obregón Correspondence Texas Governor 1921 1925 Neff Correspondence Clemency Texas Mexico History Revolution 1910 1920 Note Preferred citation Alvaro Obregón letters Mexico City to Pat Neff Austin Tex 1921 1922 BANC MSS 2013 29 The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Purchase Howard Karno Books

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  • Guide to the Margaret Blake Alverson Papers, 1880-1920.
    collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Account books correspondence diaries files notes and drafts photographs scrapbooks Background Margaret Blake Alverson was born in Illinois June 12 1836 and came to Stockton in November 1851 She began her career singing in churches then sang in operas and finally gave voice lessons for some 40 years to over 1 000 pupils She published a book describing

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  • Alverson, Rosana Margaret Kroh Blake Photographs from the Rosana Margaret Kroh Blake Alverson papers [graphic].
    and reconstruction efforts Among the locations and buildings pictured are Nob Hill Telegraph Hill Hotel St Francis Emporium and several churches Most of the photos appear to be commercial views Date ca 1880 ca 1906 issued Subject n us ca Sugar Pine Mill Madera Calif Pictorial works Earthquakes California San Francisco Photographs Fires California San Francisco Photographs Sawmills California Photographs Mines and mineral resources California Tuolumne County Photographs Railroad stations

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  • Alvin I. Fine papers, 1929-1999 (bulk 1940-1970).
    organizations Date 1940 issued Subject n us a cc a is n us ca a cc sm Fine Alvin I Archives American Civil Liberties Union American Jewish Congress B nai B rith Board of Rabbis of Northern California Congregation Emanu El San Francisco Calif Council for Civic Unity of San Francisco Hebrew Union College Military Chaplains Association of the United States Planned Parenthood Association of San Francisco Clergymen s Advisory Council San Francisco State University United States Army Chaplains Holocaust Jewish 1939 1945 Human rights Jewish families China Jewish families Israel Jews California San Francisco Note Formerly Western Jewish History Center Collection Number 89 Formerly Judah L Magnes Museum Collection Number WJHC 1977 002 COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE Advance notice required for use Preferred citation Alvin I Fine papers BANC MSS 2010 786 The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Transfer Judah L Magnes Museum 2010 Rabbi Alvin I Fine was born in Portland Oregon in 1916 He graduated with a B A from Reed College in Portland 1937 and a M A in Hebrew letters from Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati 1940 During World War II he served as an Army chaplain in the China Theater in Shanghai and in Burma Rabbi Fine was the senior rabbi at Congregation Emanu El in San Francisco from 1948 1964 He retired from Congregation Emanu El due to health concerns and became a professor of humanities at San Francisco State University from 1965 1980 Rabbi Fine was a member of many professional and civic organizations as well as the recipient of many awards He was on the board of the American Civil Liberties Union the Council of Civic Unity the American Jewish Congress the Human Rights Commission and the Clergymen s Advisory Council of

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  • Finding Aid for the Joe Alvin papers, 1931-1980 (bulk 1940s)
    journalist and publicist Joe Alvin Included in the collection are publicity photographs writings by Alvin and others correspondence and memorabilia Background Joseph John Alvin Czyzewski was born in South Bend Indiana in 1908 He began his career as a journalist for the South Bend Tribune where he worked for seven years in various different capacities He worked as an Associated Press correspondent in Chicago for one and a half years before taking a publicity job in NBC s Chicago office He relocated to the West Coast in 1935 and was eventually hired by the press department of NBC s western division where he was promoted to assistant manager He was responsible for special events originating in NBC s Pacific territory and is credited with having started camp shows for service men in World War II recruiting entertainers such as Charlie McCarthy and Edgar Bergen and Bob Hope Extent 1 6 linear ft 3 boxes and 1 flat box Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the UC Regents 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

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  • Alvin Weingand papers, circa 1962-1966.
    files news releases and speeches while member of the California State Senate Date 1962 issued Subject n us ca Weingand Alvin C 1904 Archives California Legislature Senate California Politics and government 1951 Note COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE Advance notice required for use Preferred citation Alvin Weingand papers BANC MSS 72 44 c The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley In English California state senator from 1962 to 1966 First elected

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