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  • Andrew Meca oral history, circa 1990
    Overview Title Andrew Meca oral history circa 1990 Creator Contributor Online Archive of California Abstract Interviewer David E Russell 1990 Interviewee s Andrew Meca Date 1990 issued Note The collection is open for research Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item Andrew Meca oral history OH 64 Department of Special Collections UC Santa Barbara Library University of California Santa Barbara Physical Description 0 22 linear

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  • Andrew Mussel letters Camp Logan, Or., 1863-1868 (bulk 1867-1868).
    living in Greeneville i e Norwich Connecticut Two of the letters are from his time of service in an artillery unit during the Civil War and the siege of Port Hudson Louisiana The rest of the letters cover a later period of his military career when he served at Camp Logan Oregon Many of the later letters contain references to hunting chasing and capturing Indians and Army deserters Also contains typescript transcriptions of each letter Date 1863 issued Subject n us or n us la n us Mussel Andrew b 1844 Correspondence Soldiers United States Correspondence Indians Treatment of Oregon Indians of North America Oregon Military deserters Oregon Military deserters Louisiana Port Hudson La History Siege 1863 Personal narratives United States History Civil War 1861 1865 Personal narratives Note Preferred citation Andrew Mussel letters Camp Logan Or 1863 1868 BANC MSS 2012 216 The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Purchase from Michael Vinson 20121025 Andrew Mussel b 1844 from Greeneville Connecticut enlisted in the U S Army on July 5 1862 in New York City and was assigned to the 5th Artillery during the Civil War Camp Logan Oregon was established September 2 1865 by Captain A B Ingram

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  • Andrew Randall papers, 1854-1892.
    1892 Creator Contributor Randall Andrew d ca 1857 creator Creator Contributor Phelps Bethuel Creator Contributor King James 1822 1856 Abstract Mainly papers re litigation in Marin County including complaint of Bethuel Phelps concerning cattle at Rancho Punta de los Reyes and affidavit of James King of William A few papers 1857 1892 relating to the settlement of Randall s estate also included Date 1854 issued Subject Actions and defenses California

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  • Andrew William Vachon drawings for his books Ketchikan Alaskan sketchings and Fish without chips [graphic].
    BANC PIC 2010 005 B box 3 BANC PIC 2010 005 B No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Andrew William Vachon drawings for his books Ketchikan Alaskan sketchings and Fish without chips Creator Contributor Vachon Andrew William creator Abstract Original drawings of Alaskan scenery including landscapes fishings boats and other maritime subjects Native American material culture and portraits Also includes sheets of hand written text pertaining to the history and description of Alaska Most of the works were used as text and illustrations for two publications by Vachon Ketchikan Alaskan sketchings 1959 and Fish without chips 1960 Date ca 1950 ca 1960 issued Subject n us ak Indians of North America Alaska Pictorial works Indians of North America Alaska Material culture Pictorial works Fishing boats Alaska Pictorial works Alaska Pictorial works Note Most drawings signed by artist Title devised by cataloger Published copies of Vachon s Ketchikan Alaskan sketchings and Fish without chips removed for separate cataloging Temporary container list available in library Type graphic Drawings Pencil works Illustrations Physical Description graphic drawing 3 boxes ca 500 drawings pencil 51 x 41 cm Language English Identifier BANC PIC 2010 005 B box 1 BANC

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  • Andrews, Clarence Leroy Letters to Mrs. Aaron Bach : Eugene, Ore., 1946-1947.
    1946 1947 Creator Contributor Andrews Clarence Leroy 1862 1948 creator Creator Contributor Bach Aaron Mrs Abstract Letters July 30 1946 and Dec 30 1947 commenting critically on the reindeer program and giving other news of Alaska Also list of his publications of Alaska Date 1946 issued Subject Indians of North America Alaska Reindeer Alaska Alaska Politics and government Note Copy of The Eskimo v 14 no 2 Apr 1947 transferred

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  • Finding Aid for the Colman Andrews papers, 1958-1996
    Andrews manuscripts correspondence notes published articles printed and photocopied articles and the typed manuscript advance proof and paperback edition of Catalan Cuisine Europe s Last Great Culinary Secret in English and Catalan Background Colman Andrews grew up in Southern California and graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Philosophy in 1969 He wrote Catalan cuisine Europe s last great culinary secret 1988 Everything on the table plain talk about food and wine 1992 and Flavors of the Riviera 1996 he co authored and edited Saveur cooks authentic American 1998 Saveur cooks authentic French 1999 and Saveur cooks authentic Italian 2001 he contributed to the books Malaparte a house like me 1999 and Setting the American table essays for the new culture of food and wine 2001 as well as over 2500 freelance articles 1966 2004 on food wine and the arts His articles have appeared in Bon Appetit the Chicago Sun Times Christian science monitor Creem Food wine the Hollywood reporter Los Angeles magazine the Los Angeles press the Los Angeles Times the Mail on Sunday UK Metropolitan home Musica jazz Italy Phonograph record magazine the Radio times UK Travel leisure and the Sunday Telegraph magazine UK Andrews has won numerous awards for his writing and was one of the first 50 recipients named in Who s Who of Cooking in America 1985 Extent 27 boxes 13 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 the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright

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  • Joseph Alfred Andrews papers, 1880-1899
    the early 1890s until 1896 and was active there in professional affairs serving on the staffs of several hospitals publishing in local medical journals and fulfilling assignments in ophthalmological societies In 1897 he visited Santa Barbara California for medical reasons and subsequently moved there permanently becoming a well respected physician in the community The papers span twenty years and cover aspects of his professional life notes correspondence committee affairs and of his social life correspondence invitations but almost totally missing are any personal aspects The collection does afford some interesting glimpses of the problems and internal politics facing those concerned with the administration of New York s public charity hospitals of the time Background Joseph Alfred Andrews was born in 1858 and died in 1928 He received an M D degree from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in 1876 and specialized in ophthalmology and otolaryngology He was a member of the American Medical Association the American Ophthalmological Society the American Otological Society and the Medical Society of the State of New York A number of his papers were published in New York medical journals as listed in the Catalogue of the Library of the Surgeon General s Office

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  • Lawrence J. Andrews Papers
    of Chemistry 1953 1968 University of California Davis Extent 1 linear foot Restrictions All applicable copyrights for the collection are protected under chapter 17 of the U S Copyright Code Requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Regents of the University of California as the owner of the

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