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  • Inventory of the American National Red Cross records
    available on microfilm 339 reels Background The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization led by volunteers and guided by its Congressional Charter and the Fundamental Principals of the International Red Cross Movement The Federal Charter states it is a nonprofit tax exempt charitable organization The organization s seven fundamental principles are humanity impartiality neutrality independence voluntary service unity and universality This mission guides the organization to provide relief to victims of disasters and to help people prevent prepare for and respond to emergencies Extent 219 manuscript boxes 1 card file box 4 oversize boxes and 2 video tapes 95 5 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the Hoover Institution Archives Availability Microfilm use only Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Administrative Information Historical Note Scope and Content of Collection Arrangement Indexing Terms Related Material Collection Contents Microfilm Reel Content Guide Commissions for the Balkan States Cables letters clippings stories 36 volumes Commission for Montenegro Commission for Albania Commission for Bosnia Herzegovina Commission for Bulgaria Commission for Greece Commission for Hungary Commission for Montenegro Commission for Romania Commission for Serbia Commission for Belgium ARC National Headquarters Washington D C Switzerland Paris Headquarters Commission for Great Britain Commission for

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  • American National Red Cross correspondence : relating to earthquake relief efforts in Guatemala, 1918 Jan. 4-Feb. 5.
    copies of mostly English language correspondence 8 letters 33 p concerning relief efforts after a large earthquake struck Guatemala City Includes correspondence between the chairman of the Red Cross Canal Zone Committee sent to Guatemala Samuel W Heald and Guatemalan officials including the president Manuel Estrada Cabrera Two of the letter copies are signed by Heald one is signed by Cabrera Includes letters from the superintendant of the Cattle Industry Division Panama Canal W B Brown ordering the ship SS Caribbean to pick up and deliver relief supplies to Guatemala a presentation of the committee to the president of Guatemala an official report to the Governor of the Panama Canal Colonel Chester Harding and an official note in Spanish on letterhead stationery signed by the Secretary of War of Guatemala Luis Ovalle on behalf of committee member J H K Humphries Also includes two English translation copies from Spanish from the president of Guatemala to Heald One letter signed by Cabrera expressing gratitude for the relief assistance and a second letter unsigned describing his gift to Heald of a personally treasured sword in appreciation for the efforts of the committee Also Includes two handwritten accounts of the relief efforts by unidentified committee members and one portrait photograph 8x10 b w of a group of men in a hotel lobby likely Red Cross Canal Zone committee members and other officials Date 1918 issued Subject ncpn ncgt Heald Samuel W Correspondence Estrada Cabrera Manuel 1857 1924 Correspondence Ovalle Luis Correspondence Brown W B Correspondence Humphries J H K Correspondence Harding Chester 1866 1936 Correspondence Humphries J H K correspondent American National Red Cross Canal Zone Chapter Archives American National Red Cross Canal Zone Chapter Correspondence American National Red Cross Canal Zone Chapter Pictorial works Guatemala President 1898 1920 Estrada Cabrera Correspondence Guatemala

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  • Guide to the American Newspaper Collection, 1704-1958
    newspapers with a heavy concentration in colonial and early federal newspapers from New England and the middle Atlantic states as well as a few from the south and the midwest Also included are 19th 20th century newspapers from northern California Extent 244 print boxes ill 60 x 44 81 x 60 cm Restrictions Property rights reside with the repository Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their

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  • Finding Aid for the Collection of Reprints and Facsimile Reproductions of Various American Newspapers, 1728-1968
    Contact UCLA Library Special Collections Charles E Young Research Library View entire collection guide PDF 102 38 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Collection consists of reprints and facsimile reproductions of issues of various American newspapers and historical headlines from the Los Angeles times of twentieth century Presidential elections 1900 1968 Also includes Ulster County Gazette 1800 The Daily Citizen 1863 The New York Herald 1865 The Creede Chronicle 1892 The Solid Muldoon 1879 Rocky Mountain Herald 1860 The Fresno Morning Republican 1920 The Los Angeles Daily Times 1881 The Los Angeles Times 1906 The Illustrated San Diego Herald 1853 The Los Angeles Star 1851 The Weekly Observer 1888 Californian 1846 Daily Dispatch 1861 Daily National Intelligencer 1861 The Maryland Journal 1773 The New England Weekly Journal 1728 and The Worcester Gazette 1790 Extent 19 folders 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 the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission

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  • American Ornithologists' Union meeting portraits [graphic]
    Ornithologists Union meeting portraits Creator Contributor American Ornithologists Union Abstract Items captioned 48th Meeting of the American Ornithologists Union held at the Peabody Museum Salem Mass Oct 21 24 1930 American Ornithologists Union Ottawa Canada Oct 13th 1926 Date 1926 1930 issued Subject Ornithologists Photographs Note Title supplied by cataloger Photographers unknown Transferred from the Joseph Grinnell papers BANC MSS 73 25 c Type graphic Group portraits Physical Description graphic

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  • A guide to the American Pacific Whaling Company photograph collection, 1915-1959
    1915 1959 P14 004 SAFR 24424 No online items Contact San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park View entire collection guide PDF 57 94 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The American Pacific Whaling Company photograph collection 1915 1959 bulk circa 1915 1920 SAFR 24424 P14 004 is comprised mainly of photographs of whaling activities some featuring American Pacific Whaling Company vessels likely along the Pacific Coast of North America The collection has been processed to the Collection level and is open for use Background The American Pacific Whaling Company was founded circa 1911 and was headquartered in Washington State In 1918 the company became part of Consolidated Whaling Corporation which also included the North Pacific Sea Products and Victoria Whaling Company The company appears to have had whaling stations in Bay City Grays Harbor Washington Akutan Alaska and Port Hobron Alaska Extent 28 items Restrictions Some material may be copyrighted or restricted It is the researcher s obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections Availability This collection is open for use unless otherwise noted Collection Overview Collection

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  • Guide to The American Pageant Collection
    A HISTORY OF THE REPUBLIC by David M Kennedy and Thomas Andrew Bailey and the 4th edition of THE BRIEF AMERICAN PAGEANT by Kennedy Bailey and Mel Piehl Extent 1 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

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  • Inventory of the American Pain Society Records, 1977-1991
    No online items Request items Contact UCLA Library Special Collections History and Special Collections for the Sciences View entire collection guide PDF 96 14 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The American Pain Society Records represent a period of growth for the Society Although foundational documents are minimal the collection features correspondence and records of the activities that built the organization during the 1980s into what it is today These documents include financial papers committee formations the records of important general and board meetings membership building practices and publication records including the membership s decision to publish a journal Background The American Pain Society APS was formed by American clinicians researchers and teachers in the field of pain in response to a growing interest in and need for a national pain organization that would also serve as a chapter of the International Association for the Study of Pain The society was to foster research and education in the multidisciplinary field of pain in the United States Restrictions Information on permission to reproduce quote or publish is available from the History Special Collections Division Availability Collection is open for research Collection

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