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  • Guide to the Anti-Defamation League of San Diego Collection
    collection It contains local regional and national materials Social topics addressed by comments and actions of the ADL include Antisemitism Christian Antisemitism racial discrimination and reverse discrimination hate crimes the Holocaust and the founding of the State of Israel Organizations investigated by the ADL and exposed for their alleged social injustices include the John Birch Society the Ku Klux Klan Islamic extremists Christian cults etc The collection consists solely of paper records including correspondence newspaper articles and publications of the ADL from 1946 1998 Background The Anti Defamation League also known as the ADL is a special human relations agency founded in 1913 by B nai B rith in the United States the oldest continually operating Jewish Service Organization in the world A recognized leader in its field the ADL is dedicated in purpose and program to translating the U S s heritage of democratic ideals into a way of life for all Americans The declared mission of the ADL is to stop by appeals to reason and conscience and if necessary by appeals to law the defamation of the Jewish people Its expressed purpose is to secure justice and fair treatment to all citizens alike and to put an end forever to unjust and unfair discrimination against and ridicule of any sect or body of citizens Extent 1 25 linear ft Restrictions The copyright interests in these materials have not been transferred to San Diego State University Copyright resides with the creators of materials contained in the collection or their heirs The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections is such that copyright status may be difficult or even impossible to determine Requests for permission to publish must be submitted to the Head of Special Collections San Diego State University Library and Information Access When granted permission is given

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  • Anti-Fugitive Slave Law Meeting documents, 1851 January 9
    Fugitive Slave Law Meeting documents 1851 January 9 Creator Contributor Online Archive of California Abstract Printed text of Resolutions and Address at the meeting Syracuse New York January 9 1851 Date 1851 issued Note Consult repository for details Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item Anti Fugitive Slave Law Meeting documents Wyles SC 799 Department of Special Collections UC Santa Barbara Library University of California

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  • Anti-Monopoly League scrapbook, 1935-1936.
    Collection Overview Title Anti Monopoly League scrapbook 1935 1936 Anti Monopoly League scrapbook Creator Contributor Anti monopoly League of California Abstract Publicity materials brochures and clippings pertaining to the Anti Monopoly League of California and a chain store license tax bill on the 1936 state ballot Date 1935 issued Subject Monopolies California Taxation California Note COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE Advance notice required for use Type Scrapbooks Clippings Physical Description 1

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  • Finding aid for the David Antin papers, 1954-2006
    of contents Description The papers of performance artist experimental poet curator and critic David Antin include extensive correspondence forty years of diaries published and unpublished manuscripts working notes teaching files and over 300 audiotapes and videos of lectures and performances In particular the archive documents Antin s talk pieces which were his unique means of fusing spoken poetry with academic lectures Background Equal parts poet critic philosopher and performance artist David Antin b 1932 does not fit easily within any standard category of artistic or academic production Originally trained in languages mathematics and science the first ten years of Antin s career 1955 1964 were spent as a translator of both scientific texts and fiction By the late 1950s Antin had begun to experiment with writing fiction and poetry with his first published work appearing in Kenyon Review in 1959 By the early 1960s Antin had developed significantly both as a poet and as an art critic and his 1965 articles about Andy Warhol and Robert Morris could be said to be among the first truly analytical writings about either artist Extent 44 0 linear feet 103 boxes Restrictions Contact Library Reproductions and Permissions Availability Open for use by qualified

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  • Eleanor Antin 100 Boots feedback, 1970-1974. ANT.001.001
    three dimensional objects and six folders containing oddly shaped or oversized items Each may consist of letters postcards newspaper clippings journal clippings mail art collages and ephemera sent to Eleanor Antin during the years 1971 1974 Most of the items were sent to Antin in response to the receipt of postcards from the 100 Boots series or inspired by them but also present are a few items related to projects of Antin s such as postcards for an upcoming Traditional Art Show featuring her photograph Portrait of the King and a postcard promoting her video work Representational Painting 1971 Background Eleanor Antin nee Fineman was born in New York City on February 27 1935 She studied at the High School of Music and Art in New York City and received a B A in creative writing from the College of the City of New York She also studied philosophy at the New School of Social Research and acting at the Tamara Daykarhanova School for the stage and dance at the Martha Graham studio Much of the artist s work focuses on her attempt to find a missing part of her Self which is apparent in her King of Solana Beach Ballerina and her other works involving various personas She is married to poet and critic David Antin Extent 12 67 Linear feet 544 leaves 13 boxes Restrictions Contact the Balch Research Library at 323 856 6535 or library lacma org for information on publishing or reproducing materials included in these records Permission will be granted by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as the owner of the physical materials and does not imply permission for use from the copyright holder It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain all necessary permissions from the copyright holder Availability Open for

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  • Finding aid for the Eleanor Antin papers, 1953-2010
    items available Contact Getty Research Institute Special Collections View entire collection guide PDF 160 05 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The papers of artist Eleanor Antin contain comprehensive documentation of her work and work processes throughout her career as a pioneer in the fields of conceptual feminist and performance art Included are extensive correspondence notebooks and sketchbooks ephemera thousands of photographs and negatives and master recordings of video film and audio works Background A key figure in the development of conceptual feminist and performance art Eleanor Antin has created an influential body of work in an impressive range of media including photography improvised and theatrical performance installation film and video drawing writing and sculpture Often imbued with a tone of deadpan humor her projects deal nonetheless with issues as serious and complex as gender race culture and identity Extent 36 73 linear feet 64 boxes 2 film reels 1 flat file folder Restrictions Contact Library Reproductions and Permissions Availability Open for use by qualified researchers except for audiovisual material that needs reformatting Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Biographical Historical Note Administrative Information Related Archival Materials Scope and Content

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  • Antioch Schools : ms., 1969-1970.
    Schools ms 1969 1970 Creator Contributor Hust Mabelle Creator Contributor Cox Lois Creator Contributor Tornheim William Abstract Compilation of six articles three by William Tornheim the others by Miss Mabelle Hust edited by Mrs Lois Cox A history of the grammar and high schools of Antioch with comment on the early teachers the buildings and the assistance of the Masons in the growth and development of the school system Date

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  • Finding Aid for the Southern California Chapter of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America Records, 1949-1982
    Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America was founded in 1949 to encourage interest in rare books and manuscripts and to maintain the highest standards in the antiquarian book trade The collection consists of the Southern California Chapter files of the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America 1949 80 directories newsletters bylaws programs and posters Background The Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America was founded in 1949 to encourage interest in rare books and manuscripts and to maintain the highest standards in the antiquarian book trade it promotes exhibitions of books and related materials and lectures on subjects of interest to book collectors members engage in the sale purchase and appraisal of antiquarian books and manuscripts The Southern California chapter encompasses the area from Santa Barbara to San Diego Extent 17 boxes 8 5 linear ft 2 oversize 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 to publish where The

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