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  • Guide to the Arthur Arlett Papers, 1912-1921
    Church Oakland California Background Arthur Arlett was born in Oakland California in 1875 He was a building contractor by profession and was actively involved with numerous civic and political organizations In 1912 he was appointed a member of the California State Commission for the Panama Pacific International Exposition He was a Progressive Republican a member of the Alameda County Central Committee and a delegate to the party s 1912 national convention An ardent prohibitionist he was a member of the Executive Committee of the California Campaign Federation and chairman of its Northern Department and in 1916 served as chairman of the Northern California Dry Campaign Committee He was also a member of the State Executive Committee of the Y M C A and a director of the Berkeley Y M C A a member of the Board of Governors of the City Club of Berkeley a director of the Oakland Chamber of Commerce a member of the Board of Trustees of the Pacific School of Religion a trustee of the Plymouth Congregational Church in Oakland and was active in the Masonic Fraternity Extent Number of containers 6 boxes Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to The Bancroft Library All requests

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  • Arlington House, the Raymond Hotel, and a country scene [graphic]
    I W Isaiah West 1830 1912 creator Date ca 1880 ca 1899 issued Contents 1 Arlington House Santa Barbara Taber B1309 2 Raymond Hotel South Pasadena Cal Taber B3156 3 Southern California scene with orchard mountains behind quotation from Ramona serves as a caption Taber B4251 Subject n us ca Raymond Hotel Pasadena Calif Pictorial works Arlington Hotel Santa Barbara Calif Pictorial works Hotels California Photographs United States California San

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  • Overview of the Arlon (Belgium) proclamations
    Hoover Institution View entire collection guide PDF 52 94 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Proclamations issued by German occupation authorities in Arlon Belgium 1940 1944 and by Allied occupation authorities in Arlon 1944 1945 relating to regulation of civil activities Extent 1 manuscript box 0 4 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the Hoover Institution Archives Availability

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  • Gustave O. Arlt papers
    his retirement in 1970 Arlt continued to be active in the development of graduate education as well as in a number of committees and organizations This collection contains items from his personal and professional life including manuscripts of his speeches professional correspondence and photos Background Gustave O Arlt was born in Lock Haven Pennsylvania on May 17 1895 to German emigrant parents As a child Arlt was extensively educated in classics studies by his father which helped to shape some of his future career interests including Germanic languages folklore literature and translations Arlt was working on his graduate education in Chicago when WWI broke out leading Arlt to serve in the United States Army as a First Sergeant in the 302nd Battalion Tank Corps from 1913 1923 After the war Arlt returned to his studies and received a PhD in Germanic Languages and Literature from the University of Chicago in 1931 Extent 5 2 linear ft 13 document 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

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  • Rae Armantrout Papers
    HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Papers of American poet and teacher Rae Armantrout including personal and professional correspondence notebooks and typescript drafts of poems and manuscripts The collection also contains notebooks and lecture notes from literature courses taught by Armantrout from 2000 through 2008 Although the materials date from 1954 through 2015 the bulk of the collection dates from 2001 through 2014 Background Rae Armantrout was born on April 12 1947 in Vallejo California and grew up in San Diego Armantrout studied literature at UC Berkeley where she received her bachelor s degree in 1970 She later received her master s degree in creative writing from San Francisco State University in 1975 Armantrout is one of the founding members of the West Coast Language Poetry movement and worked with other Language poets including Bob Perelman Ron Silliman and Lyn Hejinian Armantrout and her husband Chuck Korkegian returned to San Diego in the early 1980s Extent 15 3 Linear feet 34 archives boxes and 2 oversize folders Restrictions Publication rights are held by the creator of the collection Availability Media is restricted researchers may request user copies be produced Collection Overview

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  • Guide to the Rae Armantrout Papers, circa 1970-2001 M.1211
    is the author of many books including among others Extremities 1978 The Invention of Hunger 1979 Precedence 1985 Necroromance 1991 Made to Seem 1995 Writing the Plot about Sets 1998 True a memoir 1998 The Pretext 2001 Veil New and Selected Poems 2001 Up to Speed 2004 and Next Life 2007 A founding member of the West Coast Language Poetry movement Armantrout worked closely with a dynamic group of writers including Ron Silliman Lyn Hejinian Bob Perelman Steve Benson Barret Watten Tom Mandel and Carla Harryman Although Language poetry can be seen as advocating a poetics of nonreferentiality Armantrout s work focusing as it often does on the local and the domestic resists such definitions Internationally known Armantrout s work has been the subject of numerous essays some of which are gathered in A Wild Salience The Writings of Rae Armantrout a collection dedicated to her work and an entry in the Dictionary of Literary Biography vol 193 Currently she teaches at the University of California San Diego Extent 10 5 Linear feet 21 manuscript boxes 1 half box Restrictions All requests to reproduce publish quote from or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head

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  • Armchair Strategists Society records, [ca.1941-1946]
    Strategists Society creator Abstract Mainly predictions re events during World War II by members Clarence D Brenner Charles L Camp George R Stewart Ronald N Walpole Joseph H Jackson C S Forester and others Included is a letter from C H Wright Mar 2 1946 Date 1941 issued Subject Brenner Clarence D Clarence Dietz 1892 1977 Camp Charles Lewis 1893 1975 Stewart George R 1895 1980 Jackson Joseph Henry 1894

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  • Register of the Armed Revolutionary Organizations in Mexico documents
    and manuscript materials created between 1965 and 1998 by twenty two separate revolutionary groups in Mexico The collection presents a wealth of primary material documenting the organization and activities of these twenty two groups It is particularly strong in ephemeral communiques and periodicals dating from the 1970s and 1980s The microfilm was generated from a privately owned collection A small but significant part of the collection is made up of preservation copies made by the Centro de Investigaciones Historicas de los Movimientos Armadas Mexico D F However a great portion of the printed materials are low quality photocopies stencils or mimeographs which may make some frames on the microfilm more difficult to read Extent 0 20 linear feet 9 microfilm reels and 3 folders in one document box Availability Collection is open for research Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Administrative Information SCOPE AND CONTENT Collection Contents Asociacion Civica Guerrerense ACG Asociacion Civica Nacional Revolucionaria ACNR Comandos Armados del Pueblo CAP Comite Comunista Estudiantil CCE Consejo de Autodefensa del Pueblo Guerrero CAPGR Ejercito Indigena Revolucionario Liberacion Nacional EIRLN Ejercito Popular Revolucionario PDPR Ejercito Zapatista de Liberacion Nacional EZLN Federacion de Estudiantes Universitarios de Sinaloa FEUS associated with Movimiento Enfermo de

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