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  • Guide to the Papers of John A. Anderson, 1914-1951
    Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description These papers document the career of astronomer John A Anderson The bulk of the documentation is in the form of correspondence calculations drawings and photos They relate chiefly to Palomar Observatory and Anderson s work on the instrument and optical design of the telescope Background John August Anderson was born on August 7 1876 in Rollag Minnesota the sixth son of Norwegian immigrants He earned a bachelor s degree from Valparaiso College in Indiana in 1900 After a brief period of teaching he began graduate study at Johns Hopkins University and received his PhD in 1907 His thesis was a study of the emission and absorption spectra of the oxides of the metals neodymium and erbium Extent 3 5 linear feet Restrictions Copyright may not have been assigned to the California Institute of Technology Archives All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of the Archives Permission for publication is given on behalf of the California Institute of Technology Archives as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or

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  • Anderson, Kay (Kay F.) Papers, 1940-2002, 1990-2002
    249 Publications Magazines Essays Other poetry Short stories Psychology papers Publishers correspondence 250 Art Teaching 251 Personal papers Biographical Youth Ephemera Photographs 252 Personal papers Correspondence Cancer papers Subject n us Anderson Kay Kay F Archives Poets American 20th century Correspondence Haiku American History and criticism Renga History and criticism Note From the American Haiku Archives Kay Frances Holst was born on July 29 1934 in Moline Illinois She attended Augustana College in Rock Island Illinois pursuing a liberal arts education In 1955 she married John M Anderson and in 1958 his Marine Corps posting led them to San Mateo California with their one year old daughter Susan Kay Their second child Kathryn Jane was born in 1959 In California Kay began her free lance writing career and became a motivational speaker educator two life long commitments She completed her education graduating Summa Cum Laude with a B A in Psychology from San Francisco State University in 1978 and an M A in Education Psychology in 1980 and was also certified as a Transactional Analyst with the International T A Association Publications during this period include The First book of philosophy for gifted 6th grade students and I and thou in the here and now which was named Word Books Inc Book of the Month Kay discovered the haiku path in 1990 and has developed expertise in all the haiku forms She has published extensively in the major haiku journals and has been included in many anthologies including William J Higginson s Haiku world Her awards include a 1st in the Haiku Poets of Northern California International Tanka Contest in 1995 in 1996 she was awarded 2nd in the Harold Henderson Haiku contest and in the National League of American Pen Women contest That same year she served as President

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  • Martin Anderson Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974
    s transitional period Anderson was Secretary of the Program Co ordination Group and helped to facilitate the development of Nixon s legislative program This series reflects the work of the Program Co ordination Group that led to the establishment of a series of task forces created to develop legislative proposals in 1970 Anderson served as Special Consultant to the President for Systems Analysis from 1970 to 1971 Background Martin Anderson was the Director of Research for the Nixon presidential campaign in 1968 During the transition period and early part of the first Administration 1968 1969 Anderson was a Special Assistant to the President He served as Special Consultant to the President for Systems Analysis from 1970 1971 During the transition period Anderson was Secretary of the Program Co ordination Group chaired by Arthur Burns The primary purpose of this group was to facilitate the development of President Elect Nixon s legislative program The work of the group was so successful that a series of task forces were created to develop legislative proposals for 1970 Extent 22 linear feet 4 linear inches 51 boxes Restrictions Most government records are in the public domain however this series includes commercial materials such as

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  • Guide to the Melville Best Anderson Papers, 1926-1930
    David Starr Jordan Thomas H MacBride Charles Eliot Norton and Paget Toynbee fellow Dante scholar as well as less detailed correspondence from Fremont Older and former students Samuel S McClure and John Huston Finley as well as various other academic and literary figures of the early twentieth century including many affiliated with Stanford Background Melville Best Anderson was born in Kalamazoo Michigan in 1851 the son of Helen Best Anderson and Edward Coffin Anderson His father s career as a teacher and minister caused the family to move several times during Melville s childhood At eighteen he entered Cornell University where he began life long friendships with other young scholars including David Starr Jordan In 1872 Anderson began his career as a literary scholar and in the next decades he taught at Butler University Knox College Purdue University and the University of Iowa In 1891 Anderson came to Stanford at the request of David Starr Jordan to serve as head of the English Department Professor Anderson remained at Stanford until 1910 when he retired emeritus to devote himself to Dante scholarship His most celebrated literary achievement was his translation of the Divina Comedia final edition Oxford University Press 1932 Anderson

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  • Finding aid to the Michael Anderson portrait photographs, undated Coll2012.055
    Overview Table of contents Description Michael Anderson portrait photographs of Gil Barker Michael Crawley Chris Lundy and Ralph McKenna undated Extent 4 0 photographs Black and white photographic prints Restrictions Researchers wishing to publish material must obtain permission in writing from ONE National Gay Lesbian Archives as the physical owner of the material Note that permission to publish does not constitute copyright clearance ONE National Gay Lesbian Archives can grant

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  • Anderson, R. Ernest (Roy Ernest) Letters concerning the Cliff-Era Gold Mining Company, 1915-1916.
    BANC MSS C G 111 port 1 No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Letters concerning the Cliff Era Gold Mining Company 1915 1916 Letters concerning the Cliff Era Gold Mining Company Creator Contributor Anderson R Ernest Roy Ernest creator Abstract Letter from R T Leonards promoter encloses prospectus for the company Date 1915 issued Subject Cliff Era Gold Mining Company Gold mines and mining

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  • Guide to the R. Joseph Anderson and Orville R. Butler History of Physicists in Industry Report
    patterns and archival records of industrial physicists in the U S and it provides general guidelines for understanding and documenting their work from the Executive Summary Extent 0 125 Linear feet 1 volume 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

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  • Inventory of the Richard Clough Anderson Papers, 1781-1892
    and Larz the Clark and Gwathmey families real estate transactions legislation and speculation in Kentucky Louisville and Kentucky politics some national politics relations between Colombia and the U S antislavery sentiment the Civil War Ohio politics and government especially during the Civil War Background Richard Clough Anderson statesman and diplomat was born in Louisville Kentucky to Richard Clough Anderson 1750 1826 a Virginia Revolutionary officer and Elizabeth Clark sister of George Roger Clark After studying law under St George Tucker he opened a practice in Louisville He held a seat in the state House of Representatives from 1812 to 1816 and again from 1821 to 1823 when he chaired the Committee on Public lands From 1817 to 1821 he served in the U S Congress where he distinguished himself as an advocate of Latin American independence President Monroe appointed him minister plenipotentiary to La Gran Colombia in 1823 a post he held until his untimely death caused by a fever he contracted while serving as a minister Restrictions In order to quote from publish or reproduce any of the manuscripts or visual materials researchers must obtain formal permission from the office of the Library Director In most instances permission is

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