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  • Angier family correspondence, 1850-1864.
    Angier to his wife Elizabeth written during his overland trip to California and his early days in the state Also includes 1 letter April 14 1852 Oglethorp Ga from N L Angier to Elizabeth 4 letters June 27 July 16 1861 written between Alton Angier 1st Georgia Regiment and his parents N L and Elizabeth A Angier and his younger brothers Hugh and Edgar 4 letters April 23 May 5

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  • Guide to the Philinda Rand Anglemyer Philippines Collection
    and correspondence and related material of Philinda Rand Anglemyer a Racliffe graduate who taught English in the Philippines in the early 1900s It includes images of students missionaries local people buildings and scenes especially in the areas around Silay and Lingayen and Manila Extent 2 linear feet 1 half size document box Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections UCSB All requests for permission to

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  • Angola : papeis avulsos, 1610-1635.
    Title Angola papeis avulsos 1610 1635 Creator Contributor Arquivo Histórico Ultramarino Portugal creator Abstract Documents selected for microfilming by Engel Sluiter from the Angola section of this archive pertaining to the slave trade mainly with the West Indies and Hispanic America Date 1610 issued Subject Slave trade Angola Slave trade West Indies Note Paper copies from microfilm also available Original in the Arquivo Histórico Ultramarino Lisbon Portugal Physical Description microfilm

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  • Preliminary Guide to the Angola Mining Photograph Album
    Table of contents Description One album containing 85 black white photographs with handwritten captions in English mainly southwest Angola Extent 0 3 linear feet 1 oversize box Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections UCSB All 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

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  • Register of the Angolan subject collection, 1939-2001.
    bulletins pamphlets leaflets flyers reports communiqués press releases press summaries clippings other printed matter and letters relating to revolutionary movements in Angola the establishment of Angolan independence civil war and political economic and social conditions in Angola Extent 8 manuscript boxes 5 phonorecords 2 phonotape cassettes 1 videotape cassette 3 6 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the Hoover Institution Archives Availability Collection is open for research Collection

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  • Edit Angold papers
    The collection contains scripts programs and contracts primarily related to Angold s theater television and radio work Background Edit Angold was a German born character actress She first came to the United States in 1924 settling permanently here in 1932 In 1940 she took up residence in California where she was active in film television radio and theater Her film credits include CAREER 1959 ESCAPE 1940 SUSPENSE 1946 and TOMORROW

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  • Finding Aid for the Lupe Anguiano Papers 1944-2007
    1966 Anguiano became the East Los Angeles Coordinator of the Teen Post program a program funded by President Johnson s War on Poverty program Her work with youth brought her to the attention of Congressman George E Brown who nominated her to be a delegate to a White House meeting addressing the inadequate education offered to most Mexican Americans From 1967 1969 she served as a presidential appointee to the U S Office of Education where she created the Mexican American Unit She also assisted in the development and passage of the Bilingual Education Act In 1973 she returned to Washington and became the Program Officer for the U S Department of Health Education and Welfare During this time she began to focus on women s rights including the Equal Rights Amendment and the Women s Action Program She worked with Women s Movement leaders such as Gloria Steinem and Bella Abzug to found the National Women s Political Caucus In the same year she accepted a position with the Southwest Regional Office for the Spanish Speaking SWROSS which was sponsored by the National Council of Catholic Bishops She took this position with the understanding that women s welfare would be her primary focus For many years Anguiano worked helping women who were single parents move out of the dismal cycle of welfare During the 1970s she advocated changing AFDC Welfare Policy from income maintenance to an education and gainful employment policy and most importantly to assign these women the title head of household In 1973 disturbed by the hopelessness of women and children trapped in welfare poverty Anguiano moved into the San Antonio public housing projects and within six months she helped five hundred San Antonio women switch from welfare rolls to jobs all in the private sector In 1977 Lupe was elected as a delegate to the first State of Texas federally funded Women s Conference and was also elected as a delegate to the landmark First National Women s Conference held in Houston in November of the same year Along with Jean Stapleton and Coretta Scott King Anguiano read the Declaration of American Women before thousands of conference delegates and guests In 1979 she founded the National Women s Employment and Education Model Program NWEE enlisting the support of many San Antonio businesses who provided skills training for women along with funding for education employment upward mobility child care transportation and other support services NWEE became a nationally recognized successful employment and education model implemented in seven states where over 5 000 women who were single parents became gainfully employed In the early 1980 s Lupe founded her business Lupe Anguiano and Associates a consulting firm that helped business build cooperative relationships with their local neighborhoods The firm also helped non profit organizations find funding sources Currently Anguiano says that she is a passionate environment volunteer helping to protect Mother Earth from global warming and other destructive environmental hazards She is a full time volunteer with the

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  • Jaime de Angulo Papers
    in the western United States He was born in Paris of Spanish parents He came to America in 1905 to become a cowboy and eventually arrived in San Francisco on the eve of the great 1906 earthquake He lived a picaresque life including stints as a cowboy medical doctor and psychologist He became a linguist who contributed to the knowledge of certain Northern California Indian languages as well as some

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