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  • Application no. 20053 : Supplement to exhibit no. 8. Showing revisions due to changed routes : ms., [ca. 1936]
    Hopkins T A creator Creator Contributor Ready Lester S Lester Seward b 1888 Abstract A consulting engineer s description of proposed bus routes for the Bridge Bus Lines Corporation in Marin County containing detailed list of stops maps schedules transfer points estimated saving in time over other methods of transportation and estimated expenditures With this 1936 report of Lester S Ready on interurban passenger bus service between San Francisco and

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  • Applications for the registration of historical landmarks, 1955-1962.
    Overview Title Applications for the registration of historical landmarks 1955 1962 Creator Contributor Haenszel Arda M creator Abstract Copies of the applications with supporting documents including snapshots for the following Yucaipa Adobe Sycamore Grove Monument Stoddard Waite Monument Santa Fe and Salt Lake Trail Monument Mormon Trail Monument Daley Toll Road Monument Yucaipa Rancheria Holcomb Valley Garces Smith Monument Lugonia School Monument Fort Benson Old Bear Valley Dam National Old

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  • Appointment to the position of Christ's Hospital Treasurer : London : ms., 1683.
    No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Appointment to the position of Christ s Hospital Treasurer London ms 1683 Creator Contributor Hawes Nathaniel creator Creator Contributor Wagstaffe Thomas 1645 1712 Abstract Thomas Wagstaff s appointment of Hawes as treasurer A copy of the biography of Wagstaff and letters patent included Date 1683 issued Subject Christ s Hospital London England Note At the time of appointment

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  • Appointments, cabinet management, and policy research for Governor Ronald Reagan, 1967-1974 : oral history transcripts / and related material, 1981-1983.
    Copies of photographs and of documentary material inserted Interviewees and titles of interviews as follows Winfred Adams Strategies for Republican Elections State Government Management and Water Resources 1963 1976 Comments on his work as cabinet secretary in managing election strategy and as chairman of California Water Resources Control Board Paul R Haerle Ronald Reagan and Republican Party Politics in California 1965 1968 Comments on his work in Reagan s campaigns and as appointments secretary Jerry C Martin Information and Policy Research for Ronald Reagan 1969 1975 Discusses work as special assistant for research and information in the governor s office with comments on People s Park crisis and the achievements of the Reagan administration Cont With this as v 2 portfolio documentary material supporting Adams interview Date 1981 issued Subject n us ca Reagan Ronald Republican Party Calif California State Water Resources Control Board California Politics and government United States California Berkeley Note tape recorded interviews conducted 1981 1982 by Gabrielle Morris and Sarah Sharp for the Regional Oral History Office the Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Calif 1983 Also available online Copyright by The Regents of the University of California This manuscript is made available for research purposes

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  • Appointments, Diplomas, and Certificates
    Seaver Center for Western History Research Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County View entire collection guide PDF 51 06 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Professional and fraternal appointments as well as for public service and personal commendations Extent Boxes 4 ov 2 ov folders Restrictions Permission to publish quote or reproduce must be secured from the repository and

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  • The appreciation of quality : oral history transcript / and related material, 1972-1979.
    Harriet interviewer Creator Contributor Friedman Meyer 1910 Creator Contributor Hopkins Henry 1928 2009 Creator Contributor Bancroft Library Regional Oral History Office Abstract Comments on her mother and father Rosalie and Sigmund Stern and the Meyer Stern and Haas families growing up in San Francisco and in Atherton marriage to Walter Haas her community services family s support of Stern Grove her interest in art and art collections friendships with Sarah Stein Ernest Bloch Albert Bender and others meeting Matisse Alice B Toklas Henry Moore etc long association with the San Francisco Museum of Art on women s board and as trustee Appended additional documentary material supporting the interview With this additional documentary material not appearing in the interview primarily clippings and information on Sigmund Stern Grove Date 1972 issued Subject n us ca Stern family Haas Walter A 1889 1979 Stein Sarah Matisse Henri 1869 1954 Bloch Ernest 1880 1959 Toklas Alice B Moore Henry 1898 1986 Bender Albert M Albert Maurice 1866 1941 San Francisco Museum of Art Women California San Francisco Jews California San Francisco Artists California Stern Grove San Francisco Calif United States California Berkeley Note Elise S Haas tape recorded interview conducted by Harriet Nathan in 1972 Regional Oral History Office the Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Calif 1979 Introductions by Meyer Friedman and Henry T Hopkins Copies of photographs and of documentary material inserted Also available online Copyright by The Regents of the University of California This manuscript is made available for research purposes only Requests for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Type Oral histories Physical Description print ix 14 209 p 28 cm related material Language English Identifier http nma berkeley edu ark 28722 bk0005z2507 BANC MSS

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  • Charles Appy papers, ca. 1824-1934.
    of French parents in The Hague Netherlands Appy moved with his family as a child to Amsterdam where he studied piano with Richard Hol cello with Charles Montigny and Merlen and composition with Jacques Franco Mendes In 1851 he became cellist in the concert orchestra at Zaandam In 1854 he performed as a solo cellist in Scotland Two years later he became a member of the Amsterdam Park Orchestra and of the orchestra of the Felix Meritis Society In 1857 he assisted with the concerts at London s Crystal Palace He returned to Amsterdam to join the orchestra of the Caecilia Society in Amsterdam He began playing in a string quartet in 1862 He served as cello teacher at the Maatschappij tot Bevordering van Toonkunst from 1864 83 He opened schools of music in Amsterdam and in Kansas City His compositions for cello include Phantasies on themes from Der freischütz and Robert der Teufel as well as small salon pieces He died in 1895 Extent 0 5 linear ft 1 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

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  • Guide to the April 3rd Movement Records
    by the April 3rd Movement as well as university officials information sheets including one for those planning to be arrested a booklet on SRI produced by the movement a booklet titled The Goods on AEL Declassified by the April 3rd Movement the newsletter Declassified produced during the occupation of the Applied Electronics Laboratory copies of articles press releases and issues of the CAMPUS REPORT and the STANFORD DAILY Also includes website files from two sites dedicated to documenting the April 3rd Movement Background The April 3rd Movement was a student group at Stanford University protesting the university s connection with military and counter insurgency research specifically the Stanford Research Institute and the Applied Electronics Laboratory They led a 9 day occupation of AEL and a sit in at Encina Hall the university s administrative offices Extent 0 25 Linear feet Restrictions All requests to reproduce publish quote from or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections and University Archives Stanford University Libraries Stanford California 94304 6064 Consent is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission from the

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