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  • Anne Ackerman Finnie family papers, 1899-1981.
    work in the Panama Pacific International Exposition in 1915 Date 1899 issued Subject n us ca Finnie Anne Ackerman 1911 1995 Archives Ackerman Lloyd 1882 1968 Ackerman Louise Sloss 1888 1982 Sloss Bertha Greenwald b 1868 Sloss Leon Ackerman Lloyd Jr 1910 1946 Ackerman James b 1919 Schlosser family Ackerman family Panama Pacific International Exposition 1915 San Francisco Calif Jewish families California San Francisco San Francisco Calif Pictorial works Note Formerly Judah L Magnes Museum Collection Number WJHC 1992 005 COLLECTION STORED IN PART OFF SITE Advance notice required for use Preferred citation Anne Ackerman Finnie family papers BANC MSS 2010 735 The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Transfer Judah L Magnes Museum 2010 Associated item Portrait of Rebecca Ackerman The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life WJHC 1992 005 1 Associated item Painted photograph of Lloyd Ackerman Sr as a child The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life WJHC 1997 016 Objects including textiles clothing hats fur feathers and lace cassette audio tapes with an interview of Anne Ackerman Finnie and a recording from the Sloss Gerstle picnic and family reunion in 1975 and two large rolled family trees for the Greenbaum Gerstle family and the Gerstle Sloss families transferred to the museum holdings of The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life for separate handling and cataloging Anne Ackerman Finnie 1911 1995 was the daughter and second child of Louise Sloss Ackerman 1888 1982 and Lloyd Stuart Ackerman Sr 1882 1968 Louise was the eldest child of Bertha Greenewald Sloss b 1868 and Leon Sloss Sr 1858 1920 Louise and Lloyd were married in 1909 Anne s brothers were Lloyd Jr 1910 1946 and James 1919 Anne married Lester Sawyer in the 1940s and had four children

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  • Anne Avakian correspondence, 1957-1964.
    Library Collection Overview Title Anne Avakian correspondence 1957 1964 Creator Contributor Avakian Anne M 1906 creator Creator Contributor Diehl H C Correspondent Abstract Correspondence relating to Hopi Indians includes letters from H C Diehl commenting on litigation involving the Hopis and Navajos proposed Hopi cultural center etc from the recipient of a scholarship fund donated by Miss Avakian and from other Hopi Indians Date 1957 issued Subject Hopi Indians Navajo

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  • Anne Henrietta Martin Papers BANC MSS P-G 282
    Margaret Chase Smith Lincoln Steffens Dorothy Thompson Mabel Vernon Charles Erskine Scott Wood Margaret Wood and Maud Younger The correspondence is supplemented by a large bulk of manuscripts and notes pamphlets magazine and newspaper clippings campaign miscellany suffrage material personalia and scrapbooks Background Anne Henrietta Martin was born in Empire City Nevada Sept 30 1875 the daughter of William O Hara Martin and Louise Stadtmuller Martin She received her A B from the University of Nevada in 1894 and also an A B and M A in history from Stanford University in 1896 and 1897 From 1899 1901 she studied at Columbia University and the Universities of Leipzig and London She headed the History Department of the University of Nevada from 1897 1899 and again resumed this post in 1901 at which time she also lectured in art history From 1906 until 1910 she was active in the British suffrage campaign and while in London Anne Martin met the Herbert Hoovers through her friend Mary Austin Also while in London Anne Martin was imprisoned for suffrage demonstrations From 1911 to 1914 she was president of the Nevada Equal Franchise Society and organized the women of Nevada In 1914 due to her efforts suffrage was won for Nevada women She was appointed to the Nevada Educational Survey Commission in 1915 while from 1915 to 1918 she was active in the National Women s Party where she served as National Chairman and the National American Women s Suffrage Association Extent Linear feet 25 Boxes 19 Cartons 10 Volumes 12 Restrictions Materials in this collection may be protected by the U S Copyright Law Title 17 U S C In addition the reproduction of some materials may be restricted by terms of University of California gift or purchase agreements donor restrictions privacy and

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  • Anne M. Avakian collection on Armenians in California, circa 1891-1996.
    California Date 1891 issued Subject n us ca Armenian Americans California Note UNARRANGED COLLECTION UNAVAILABLE FOR USE Inquiries regarding this material should be directed in writing to the Head of Public Services The Bancroft Library COLLECTION STORED IN PART OFF SITE Advance notice required for use For earlier accessions of Avakian material on Armenians in California see BANC MSS C R 53 BANC MSS 67 128 c preliminary list BANC MSS 81 124 c Physical Description print 22 cartons 1 oversize folder Language English Identifier BANC MSS 87 184 c oversize folder 1 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 1 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 2 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 3 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 4 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 5 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 6 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 7 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 8 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 9 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 10 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 11 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 12 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 13 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 14 BANC MSS 87 184 c CARTON 15 BANC MSS

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  • Anne Raphael papers, 1910-2007.
    and paintings The collection also has a one page family history of the Raphaels written by Anne Raphael Date 1910 issued Subject n us ca Raphael Anne 1919 Archives Jews California San Francisco Note Formerly Judah L Magnes Museum Collection Number WJHC 2006 008 COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE Advance notice required for use Preferred citation Anne Raphael papers BANC MSS 2010 945 The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Transfer Judah L Magnes Museum 2010 Anne Raphael s paternal grandparents were Max and Lena Raphael who emigrated from Russia and arrived in San Francisco in 1889 Max worked as a tailor and he also opened a synagogue that was later destroyed in the 1906 earthquake and fire The couple had nine sons and the family lived in San Francisco s McAllister District Anne s father Henry Raphael graduated from the University of California before he married Anne s mother Leah Newman Anne was born in San Francisco in 1919 Starting in 1936 Anne began appearing in plays at San Francisco s Mission High School By the following year Anne was acting in productions in San Francisco at the Golden Bough Playhouse on

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  • Anne Roller Issler photograph collection [graphic]
    Gabriel 1872 1945 Creator Contributor Tibbitts H C Howard C Creator Contributor Save the Redwoods League Abstract Mainly photographs collected during her research on Robert Louis Stevenson including areas in Napa County Also includes photographs on forestry and redwoods primarily from Save the Redwoods League Date ca 1880 ca 1960 issued Subject n us ca Stevenson Robert Louis 1850 1894 Homes and haunts California Pictorial works Napa County Calif Pictorial works Note Title supplied by cataloger Some photographs by Tibbets Gabriel Moulin and Wynn Bullock Other photographers unidentified UNARRANGED COLLECTION UNAVAILABLE FOR USE Inquiries regarding these materials should be directed in writing to the Curator of Pictorial Collections The Bancroft Library COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE Advance notice required for use RESTRICTED NEGATIVES Use of negatives only by permission of the appropriate curator Transferred from the Papers of A R Issler relating to her research and writing on Robert Louis Stevenson BANC MSS C H 169 Type graphic Physical Description graphic photonegative photoprint ca 275 items photographic prints negatives and ephemera Language English Identifier BANC PIC 1965 032 PIC Origin California Copyright Note UNARRANGED COLLECTION UNAVAILABLE FOR USE Inquiries regarding these materials should be directed in writing to the Curator of

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  • Anne T. Kent California Room Collection
    include The Dr Leo Stanley Collection on San Quentin Prison The Stinson Family Collection The Kent Family Collection Frank Lloyd Wright and the Marin County Civic Center Mountain Play Collection California Motion Picture Corporation Collection Background The Anne T Kent California Room was created by Marin County Librarian Virginia Keating in the mid 1930s Extent Approx 10 000 books 9 000 photographs 400 oral histories 500 maps 225 linear feet

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  • Anneberg Gallery, 1966-1981, and craft and folk art in the San Francisco Bay Area : oral history transcript / 1998.
    Larsen Jack Lenor Creator Contributor Schwarcz June Creator Contributor Bancroft Library Regional Oral History Office Abstract Seattle background and family studying jewelry making New York City 1945 Far Eastern studies University of Washington 1946 1957 move to Berkeley and UC Berkeley library job contact with northern California designer craftsmen establishing home studio and gallery on Hyde Street San Francisco 1964 discussion of Anneberg Gallery exhibitions 1966 1981 impact of Coptic textiles announcements and installations curatorial scholarship critical reviews and publicity mixing contemporary craft and folk arts sources and collectors gallery economics issue of authentication American Craft Council other San Francisco galleries museums closing Anneberg Gallery and instituting the Center for Folk Art and Contemporary Crafts role in beginning of San Francisco Craft and Folk Art Museum 1983 1986 board and advisory group curatorial work A Report exhibitions catalogues Date 1998 issued Subject n us ca Anneberg Gallery Folk art Handicraft Art museums California San Francisco Arts Modern 20th century California San Francisco Museum curators Interviews Note Margery Anneberg with introductions by Jack Lenor Larsen and June Schwarcz Interviews conducted by Suzanne B Riess in 1995 Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Forms part of California craft artists oral history series Audio tape recording of the interview also available Shelved as Phonotape 2979 C 1 22 Also available online Duplicate transcript Dept of Special Collections University of California Los Angeles Library This manuscript is made available for research purposes only All publication rights are reserved to The Bancroft Library of the University of California Berkeley Requests for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Volume includes index Type biography Oral histories Physical Description print 1 v viii 368 p ill col port

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