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  • Guide to the American Indian "Miss America" archive
    Days in Sheridan Wyoming from 1954 to 1984 This pageant was envisioned as an alternative to the Miss America pageant Contestants in both pageants were young unmarried women who represented their land of orign Miss America contestants represented their home states and Miss Indian America contestants represented their tribe The pageants were very similar and contestants in both demonstrated their talents onstage Miss Indian America contestants did not wear swimsuits but instead wore traditional tribal dresses The winner of the Miss Indian America pageant embarked on a speaking tour in order to gain awareness for a charity of her choice and also met with the winner of the Miss America pageant The Miss Indian America pageant was one of the main events of the American Indian Days which celebrated tribal traditions and events over the course of three days Extent 2 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 94305 6064 Consent is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or

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  • American Indian Print Collection
    but not limited to their daily life peaceful and violent interactions with Europeans and Americans and portraits of important leaders and figures Extent 129 prints in 2 boxes prints 53 cm x 48 cm 21 in x 19 in and smaller Restrictions In order to quote from publish or reproduce any of the materials researchers must obtain formal permission from the office of the Library Director Permission for publication is

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  • Guide to the University of California, Irvine, American Indian Student Association Records AS.173
    was a club founded in 1974 to support Native American people and issues share cultural heritage and promote awareness within the campus community These records consist of brochures posters and pamphlets financial records fundraiser events flyers club recognitions by the University information on club members and meeting outlines Extent 0 4 linear foot 1 box Restrictions Property rights reside with the University of California It is the responsibility of the

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  • American Institute of Architects Collection
    Western History Research Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County View entire collection guide PDF 51 14 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description American Institute of Architects Southern California Chapter Includes interiors and exteriors of public buildings residences churches schools offices and factories ca 1950s Extent 4 linear feet Boxes letter Restrictions Permission to publish quote or reproduce must be

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  • Guide to the American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter: Centennial Drawing Collection
    Chapter of the American Institute of Architects This collection of architects drawings was established to further develop the events planned for the celebration year as well as to demonstrate the artistic talents in the Bay Area and give historical perspective on local development Primarily design drawings rather than construction documents created by the following individuals and firms Anshen Allen Edward Charles Basset Bliss Faville Henrik Bull Field Bull Volkmann Stockwell John Field Aaron Green Harwell H Harris Hart Krivatsky Stubee Henry Hill Hill Kruse Knorr Elliott and Associates John Kruse Lane Knorr Elliott Alton Lee Mendelsohn Dinwiddie Hill Donald Olsen Skidmore Owings Merrill Douglas Dacre Stone Stone Marraccini Patterson John Carl Warnecke Associates Extent Number of containers 187 oversize folders and 5 tubes Restrictions All requests for permission to publish reproduce or quote from materials in the collection should be discussed with the Curator Copyright for material created by Henrik Bull Henry Hill Hill Kruse John Kruse and Donald Olsen is held by the Environmental Design Archives All requests for permission to reproduce or publish those items for which the EDA does not hold copyright must be submitted to both the Environmental Design Archives and acquired from the copyright holder

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  • Guide to the American Institute of Architects Santa Clara Valley Collection
    collection comprises the Santa Clara Valley Chapter American Institute of Architects records including board meeting minutes newsletters correspondence event planning and documentation scrapbooks clippings photographs exhibit display boards and design awards documentation The collection covers the years 1946 2008 with the bulk of the material ranging from 1953 2004 Audio visual materials in the collection include photographs photographic negatives 35mm slides exhibit display boards architectural sketches and renderings and scrapbooks Background The American Institute of Architects Santa Clara Valley Chapter AIA SCVC is a non profit professional association serving over 600 member architects associates and other industry professionals from over 145 firms The Chapter founded in 1950 is an action oriented responsible organization and one of the larger and more active chapters in the country providing professional social and legislative programs for its membership many of which are open to the public Extent 20 linear feet Restrictions Property rights reside with History San Jose For permissions to reproduce or to publish please contact History San Jose Research Library Availability The Records are available to the public for research by appointment Collection Overview Collection Details Access Publication Rights Preferred Citation Acquisition Information Processing History Historical Note Office Addresses Executive Secretaries Executive

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  • Preliminary Guide to the American Institute of Graphic Arts Collection
    notices and other mailings mainly relating to the American Institute of Graphic Arts AIGA Fifty Books of the Year Show and other organization activities These mainly are items sent to Hobart Skofield who was an AIGA member from 1932 Extent 8 linear feet 2 document boes Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections UCSB All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must

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  • Finding Aid for the American Institute of Landscape Architects Records, ca. 1954-1977
    Landscape Architects AILA Background The American Institute of Landscape Architects AILA began as the Southern California Landscape Architects SCLA in 1954 after the appointment of the State Registration of California Landscape Architects Board by California Governor Goodwin Knight renamed the California Institute of Landscape Architects CILA incorporated as the AILA in 1957 AILA became a national and international group before merging with the American Society of Landscape Architects ASLA in 1982 According to American Institute of Landscape Architect histories the organization was conceived in 1952 The real beginning was in 1954 after the State Registration of California Landscape Architects Board was appointed by Governor Goodwin Knight The group termed itself Southern California Landscape Architects SCLA then California Institute of Landscape Architects CILA before incorporating in 1957 as the American Institute of Landscape Architects AILA The organization s objectives were to provide the middle ground where the designer practitioner landscape contractor and landscape nurseryman as well as those with more formal training could meet and discuss common problems and experiences leading to the enrichment of professional work done AILA became a national and international group Two other groups already existed California Council of Landscape Architects CCLA and American Society of Landscape Architects ASLA AILA was given representation to CCLA but withdrew after feeling rules were not being strictly adhered to For many years there seems to have been a rivalry with ASLA though with suggestions at various times for merging with ASLA In 1982 a merger was accomplished so that AILA no longer exists Extent 105 boxes 52 5 linear ft 1 oversize box 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

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