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  • Anson Stiles Blake papers, 1866-1953 (bulk 1908-1953).
    bulk 1908 1953 Creator Contributor Blake Anson Stiles 1870 1959 creator Abstract Contains correspondence concerning the Blake House business letters California history and about opposition to Women s Suffrage in 1911 most notably regarding California and New York State miscellaneous items for the Golden Gate International Exposition two scrapbooks on Blake s service and retirement from the University of California YMCA Stiles Hall Anson and Anita Blake s guest book Also includes documents relating to the first Stiles Hall on the University of California campus Date 1908 issued Subject n us ca n us ny Blake Anson Stiles 1870 1959 Archives Young Men s Christian Association of the University of California Berkeley Calif Stiles Hall History Women Suffrage California History Women Suffrage New York State History Note Collection processed at folder level in 2006 Photographs transferred to the Pictorial Collections of the Bancroft Library BANC PIC 2006 087 Preferred citation Anson Stiles Blake papers BANC MSS 2006 158 The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Gift of Igor Robert Blake in 2003 Anson Stiles Blake was a graduate of the University of California in 1891 He joined the University YMCA as a freshman and served as Chairman for 50 years

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  • Finding Aid for the ANTA West records, 1958-1977
    1957 to stimulate public interest in the performing arts and to foster and support live theatrical activity The collection consists of files related to their activities and includes meeting minutes committee reports correspondence financial records and publications Background ANTA West American National Theater and Academy West was originally chartered as the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the American National Theatre and Academy Inc In the early years the organization was also known as the ANTA Southern California Chapter and or the ANTA Los Angeles Southern California Chapter In May 1957 John Angelo and David Bond along with a group of about one hundred West Coast participants met with ANTA National Executive Director Willard Swire and it was decided that a Los Angeles ANTA chapter would be formed Angelo and Bond were selected as co chairs of a temporary action committee to work with ANTA Regional Director Wray Davis Later that month the first organizational meeting was held at the Huntington Hartford Theater with more than 250 people in attendance Among the panelists at the first meeting were David Bond Wray Davis Jack Morrison UCLA drama department Kent Smith and Grayce Smith A major outcome of the meeting was a decision that a California non profit corporation be formed Grayce Smith a prominent theatrical attorney was to prepare the incorporation papers A temporary board of directors was appointed to draw up a constitution and by laws for the chapter Seventy five members supported the founding of the local Southern California ANTA chapter Extent 6 75 linear ft 15 boxes Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the UC Regents 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

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  • Antelope Valley, Lancaster, Kern County Scrapbook, 1880-1892. (Bulk: 1889-1892)
    online items Contact Seaver Center for Western History Research Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County View entire collection guide PDF 51 28 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Scrapbook of newspaper clippings concerning a variety of topics in the history of these California regions Extent Boxes 1 scrapbook in ov Restrictions Permission to publish quote or reproduce must be

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  • Antenor Sala papers, 1912-1930.
    Sala papers 1912 1930 BANC MSS 81 178 m No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Antenor Sala papers 1912 1930 Creator Contributor Sala Antenor 1870 1936 creator Abstract Materials concerning agrarian reform in Mexico Date 1912 issued Subject Agriculture Mexico Land reform Mexico Mexico History Revolution 1910 1920 Mexico Politics and government 1910 1946 Physical Description print 1 box Language English Identifier BANC MSS

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  • Guide to the George Antheil Collection
    77 86 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The collection consists of George Antheil s correspondence All but one of the letters are photocopies the dates range from 1920 to 1959 The materials were collected by Charles Amirkhanian Background George Antheil was born on July 8 1900 in Trenton New Jersey He studied briefly with Constantin von Sternberg and Ernest Bloch In 1922 he traveled to Europe to pursue a career as a concert pianist performing many of his own works such as Mechanisms Airplane Sonata and Sonata Sauvage The riots that his music caused contributed to the composer s growing notoriety In Berlin he met Stravinsky who exerted the single most important influence on his compositional style Extent 7 linear ft Restrictions Property rights reside with the repository Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs To obtain permission to publish or reproduce please contact the repository of the original documents Availability Collection is open for research May be used onsite only Please contact the Music Library to arrange for advance retrieval of materials Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Access Publication Rights Preferred Citation

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  • George Antheil papers, 1935-1957
    in 1922 finally landing in Paris after a year in Berlin While in Paris Antheil befriended a number of avant garde artists and writers and composed several works that called for unorthodox instrumentation His best known work Ballet Mécanique 1924 originally intended to accompany a Fernand Léger film included sirens bells and airplane propellers Following its unfavorable premier in New York in 1927 Antheil continued to compose concert works ballets and operas while dividing his time between Europe and the U S In 1936 he settled in Los Angeles where he composed music for numerous films and also continued to write classical works during the 1940s and 1950s In addition to music Antheil had several other pursuits including writing endocrinology and technological invention George Antheil died in New York on February 12 1959 Extent 20 0 linear ft 2 document boxes 35 flat boxes and 5 oversize flat boxes 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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  • Anthologie de la Poésie française [et proverbes] : Paris : ms.S, 1949-1955.
    Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Anthologie de la Poésie française et proverbes Paris ms S 1949 1955 Creator Contributor Pierret Henri creator Compiler Abstract Compilations of an anthology of French poetry and of a short dictionary of French proverbs and colloquial expressions v 1 2 Anthologie v 3 Proverbes et locutions v 4 Receuil de proverbes et locutions v 5 Mon Zoo a description of various animals Date 1949

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  • Finding aid of the Abraham Anthony Scrapbook
    detective in the San Francisco Police Department Background Abraham Anthony appears to have been a police officer with the rank of detective in the San Francisco Police Department in the late 19th early 20th century He was known as in the words of a Sunday Call article entitled The Most Successful Woman Hunter of Our Western World no date The article goes on to note For nearly nineteen years Detective Anthony has devoted himself to the task of looking up feminine truants who by their own volition or by some trick of circumstance have become lost to the world that knew them before the black curtain of mystery fell between them and their former surroundings The article does not give any background biographical information on Anthony but recounts his exploits in his work in San Francisco The article reproduces a photograph of Anthony and concludes Women and girls are puzzling concluded Detective Anthony but he is neither the first nor the last man to so decide The article was written by F McMahon Anthony is listed at 924 1 2 Post in San Francisco in the 1890 City Directory his occupation listed as policeman Extent 1 scrapbook 123 pages 16

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