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  • Amateur photographs of the Los Angeles and San Gabriel Valley area [graphic].
    and Standard Oil executive J C Harvey many detailed views of plants a produce market street scenes including businesses agricultural land in Glendale a July 4th parade the wharf and beach at Redondo Beach homes with horses and buggies in front churches yachts and the old Los Angeles courthouse Date ca 1889 issued Subject n us ca Harvey J C Homes and haunts Pictorial works Mission San Gabriel Arcangel San

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  • Guide to the Ambassador Auditorium Collection ARS.0043
    of concert production and presentation including documentation of the concert artists and repertoire as well as many business documents advertising promotion and marketing files correspondence inter office memos and negotiations with booking agents The materials are widely varied and include concert program booklets audio and video recordings concert season planning materials artist publicity materials individual event files posters photographs scrapbooks and original artwork used for publicity Many of the print materials include handwritten comments from office personnel and administrators and many of the artist photographs are autographed Since the various office personnel maintained their own files and the same information was often needed in more than one office at a time the collection contains duplicate copies of many items Although efforts were made to eliminate duplicate material from the same file or the same series duplicate copies of items exist among the files from different offices In an effort to maintain the original content of these files the cross file duplicate items were retained in the collection Background The Ambassador Auditorium is located on the grounds of Maranatha High School formerly the campus of Ambassador College in Pasadena California The Ambassador was built under the guidance of Herbert W Armstrong as a facility for religious services of the Worldwide Church of God and also as a performing arts center The architectural design of the building bears certain similarities to that of the Temple of ancient Israel Extent 636 containers of various sizes with multiple types of print materials photographic materials audio and video materials realia posters and original art work 682 05 linear feet Restrictions Property rights reside with the repository Publication and reproduction rights reside with the creators or their heirs To obtain permission to publish or reproduce please contact the Head Librarian of the Archive of Recorded Sound

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  • Ambrose Bierce and friends, from the Herman Scheffauer collection [graphic]
    the Herman Scheffauer collection Creator Contributor Genthe Arnold 1869 1942 Creator Contributor Leach Ed Abstract Studio and informal portraits of Ambrose Bierce his friends including Herman Scheffauer and other related views Date ca 1890 ca 1919 issued Subject n us ca Bierce Ambrose 1842 1914 Portraits Scheffauer Herman George 1878 1927 Portraits Note Title supplied by cataloger Photographed by A Genthe E A Leach and others Finding aid available Type

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  • Ambrose Bierce letters : to Lora Bierce, Berkeley, Calif., 1907-1913.
    Library Collection Overview Title Ambrose Bierce letters to Lora Bierce Berkeley Calif 1907 1913 Creator Contributor Bierce Ambrose 1842 1914 creator correspondent Creator Contributor Bierce Lora correspondent Creator Contributor Davis Sam W correspondent Abstract Contains 16 handwritten letters from Ambrose Bierce to his niece Lora in Berkeley California Also includes the original mailing envelopes newspaper clippings and a typescript letter to Ambrose Bierce from Sam W Davis editor of the The Daily Herald newspaper in Carson City Nevada The letters cover the period from June 11 1907 when Bierce is in Nevada to November 6 1913 when he is in Laredo Texas just prior to leaving for Mexico where he eventually disappeared Date 1907 issued Subject n mx Bierce Ambrose 1842 1914 Correspondence Bierce Lora Correspondence Davis Sam W Correspondence Mexico History Revolution 1910 1920 Note Preferred citation Ambrose Bierce letters to Lora Bierce Berkeley Calif 1907 1913 BANC MSS 2012 172 The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Gift of Diana Jeffrey and Linda MacMillan 20120628 Ambrose Gwinnett Bierce was an American editorialist journalist short story writer fabulist and satirist In 1913 Bierce traveled to Mexico to gain first hand experience of the Mexican Revolution While traveling with rebel

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  • Ambrose Bierce letters : to S.O. Howes, 1898-1964 (bulk 1898-1915).
    Contributor Starrett Vincent 1886 1974 Abstract Contains 13 handwritten letters from Ambrose Bierce to his friend and editor Silas Orrin Howes Eleven are addressed to Howes in Galveston Texas and two to Howes in New York City The earlier letters deal with numerous literary issues and contain criticisms of many works and authors of the time They also document Bierce as a tutelary figure to the younger Howes In the last letter postmarked from Washington D C and dated September 29 1913 Bierce begins Dear Howes This is to say goodbye explaining that he is leaving for San Antonio and thence down to the Mexican border perhaps at Laredo seeking a chance to cross and be shot or hanged Also includes one letter from Bierce s daughter Helen Bierce Cordeau dated June 20 1915 responding to Howe s inquiry about a possible sighting of Bierce in France which she believes is untrue Also includes the original mailing envelopes a newspaper clipping Chicago Tribune August 2 1964 of a column on Bierce written by Vincent Starrett a contemporary of Bierce who had written about him in 1918 and a typescript poem signed by George Sterling titled To Ambrose Bierce Also includes two letters from A M Robertson to Howes detailing the poor sales of Shadows on the dial and other essays a Bierce work that was edited by Howes Date 1898 issued Subject n us ca Bierce Ambrose 1842 1914 Correspondence Bierce Ambrose 1842 1914 Poetry Howes S O Silas Orrin 1867 1918 Correspondence Robertson A M Correspondence Cordeau Helen Bierce Correspondence Mexico History Revolution 1910 1920 Note Preferred citation Ambrose Bierce letters to S O Howes 1907 1915 BANC MSS 2014 109 The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Purchase from Ursus Rare Books 20130503 Photographs transferred to the Pictorial

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  • Ambrose Bierce letters, 1892-1911.
    Note Ambrose Bierce was born in Horse Cave Creek Ohio on June 24 1842 After military service in the Civil War he settled in San Francisco where he met Mark Twain and became a columnist and writer Bierce became known for his sharp sarcastic wit while writing for the Argonaut the Wasp and the San Francisco Examiner A member of the Bohemian Club he became acquainted with many of the

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  • Ambrose Bierce letters, 1892-1911.
    Bierce was born in Horse Cave Creek Ohio on June 24 1842 After military service in the Civil War he settled in San Francisco where he met Mark Twain and became a columnist and writer Bierce became known for his sharp sarcastic wit while writing for the Argonaut the Wasp and the San Francisco Examiner A member of the Bohemian Club he became acquainted with many of the prominent San

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  • A[mbrose] E. Burnside letter, 1857 April 26
    re getting the Big Mail Contract across the plains to California and asking for support for his proposal Earlier after the Mexican American War ca 1848 1849 he was a lieutenant in the U S Army assigned to protecting the Western mail routes through Nevada to California Bristol Rhode Island 26 Apr 1857 Date 1857 issued Note Consult repository for details Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as

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