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  • Ashurst, Benjamin. Letters from Benjamin Ashurst and William Ayerst, and related item : mss., 1712-1713.
    item mss 1712 1713 Creator Contributor Ashurst Benjamin creator Creator Contributor Philips Ambrose 1674 1749 Correspondent Creator Contributor Ayerst William Abstract Letter from Benjamin Ashurst to Mr Ambrose Philips regarding the purchase of tickets to a performance and letter from W illia m Ayerst to Sir possibly Ambrose Philips regarding the papers of the late Mr Thomas Harrison Includes related manuscript apparently relating to the sale of the Ashurst and

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  • Guide to the Henry Fountain Ashurst Papers, [ca. 1880-1943]
    Senator from Arizona Background Henry Fountain Ashurst Senator from Arizona was born in Winnemucca Nevada September 13 1874 In 1875 his parents moved to Arizona settling near Flagstaff He attended the public schools of Flagstaff graduated from the Stockton Business College in California in 1896 and studied law at the University of Michigan He began his law practice at Williams Arizona In 1897 and in 1899 he was a member of the Territorial house of representatives and served as speaker in 1899 He served in the Territorial senate in 1903 and was district attorney of Coconino County from 1905 to 1908 He moved to Prescott in 1903 continuing his law practice When Arizona was admitted as a state into the Union he was elected Democratic Senator in 1912 and re elected in 1916 1922 1928 and 1934 From 1941 to 1943 he was appointed member of the Board of Immigration Appeals in the Department of Justice He retired in 1943 Extent Number of containers 1 box Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to The Bancroft Library All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the appropriate curator or the Head of the

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  • Inventory of the Asia Foundation records
    conference proceedings and financial records relating to scholarships exchange programs and projects for social and economic development and for aid to education communications health and administration of justice in countries of South Southeast and East Asia Background Private American philanthropic organization for promotion of political social and economic development in countries of Asia and the Pacific region Extent 20 manuscript boxes 1 oversize box 483 cubic foot boxes 492 3

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  • Guide to the Asian American Dance Performances collection CEMA 135
    AADC it formed in 1974 in response to the civil rights activism and racial tensions of the time aiming to change the perception and participation of the Asian American diaspora in dance performance AADC provided low fee dance classes in the San Francisco Bay Area to promote an interest in and appreciation of dance in local Asian American communities The organization also created a supportive environment for Asian American artists to teach choreograph and perform In 1982 AADC formed a resident dance company called Unbound Spirit Asian American Dance Collective became Asian American Dance Performances AADP in 1992 due to a new understanding of the organisation s purpose The organization now focuses on supporting Asian American artists and arts administrators to enable Asian Americans in the San Francisco Bay Area to express interpret and articulate their cultural heritage and experiences through dance It also serves as a clearing house for Asian American dancers to receive information and to network with other Asian American dance artists Extent 6 0 linear feet 7 boxes 1 document box 4 albums 2 flat box Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections UCSB All requests for permission to publish or

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  • Guide to the Asian American Student Alliance Collection
    meetings budget elections and activities Included are activity flyers promoting the AASA s many events such as dances trips and programs they sponsored flyers and maps from the group s trip to Manzanar and programs from the First Annual Indo Chinese High School Conference at San Diego State University sponsored by the AASA as well as the Fourteenth Annual Asian and Pacific Islander Student Union Statewide Conference There is no filing order Background The Asian American Student Alliance AASA at San Diego State University was founded for the academic social and cultural benefit of the University s Asian American student population Extent 0 42 linear ft Restrictions The copyright interests in some of these materials have been transferred to or belong to San Diego State University The nature of historical archival and manuscript collections means that copyright status may be difficult or even impossible to determine Copyright resides with the creators of materials contained in the collection or their heirs 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 on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical item and

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  • Guide to the Asian American Theater Company Archives, 1973-1993
    occupy approximately 25 linear feet of space The archival materials include administrative personnel records grant applications production files correspondence flyers audio and videotapes photographs and a few theater artifacts The AATC Archives cover the period between 1973 1997 Series and folder titles within them are generally arranged in alphabetic order Folders with the same subject are usually arranged alphabetically or chronologically Background The Asian American Theater Company AATC is one of the only three Asian American theaters in the United States Founded in 1973 by the Chinese American writer and playwright Frank Chin and others it is a professionally oriented theater dedicated to producing plays that are by and about Asian Americans and is the oldest full season production ethnic theater in northern California Its high quality productions promote inter ethnic understanding and provide positive role models for the Asian American community as well as the community at large Extent 45 Hollinger boxes 3 Paige boxes and 10 portfolio print boxes Restrictions Copyright resides with donor Availability None Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Administrative Information Organizational history Scope and Content Series Description Series I Administrative Records 1973 1996 Series II Business and Financial Records 1974 1992 Series III Correspondence 1974 1989 Series IV Grants 1975 1992 Series V Production Files 1974 1997 Series VI Publicity Fundraising and Special Events 1976 1992 Series VII Scripts 1971 1993 Series VIII Subject Files Series IX Training Programs and Workshops Series X Visual and Audio Materials Series XI Oversize Container List SERIES I ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS 1973 1996 Administrative and Acting Staff 1975 1996 Board of Directors 1974 1992 By Laws and Other Historical Documents 1973 1992 SERIES II BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL RECORDS 1974 1992 SERIES III CORRESPONDENCE 1974 1989 SERIES IV GRANTS 1975 1992 SERIES V PRODUCTION FILES 1974 1997 General Production Files

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  • Guide to the Annotated Catalog to Productions and Scripts in the Asian American Theater Company Archives
    Collection Overview Table of contents Description This is a separate catalog to the productions and scripts found in the Asian American Theater Company Archives CEMA 9 in the California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives As an annotated list of productions and scripts the catalog provides information about Asian American Theater Company AATC productions These productions span the period from its founding in the early 1970s to the early 1990s For each

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  • Guide to the Asian Americans at Stanford Collection
    Contact Stanford University University Archives View entire collection guide PDF 57 93 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Collection pertains to Asian American students and staff at Stanford and includes publications conference papers student papers clippings articles letters and other materials Items of note include the transcript of an interview with Mary L Wong 1976 student papers from a class on Asian American Identity 1975 and undated and the photograph album from the student residence Junipero House with a few flyers and other paper items 1971 72 Extent 1 Linear feet 2 boxes 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 copyright owner Such permission must be obtained from the copyright owner heir s or assigns See http library stanford edu depts spc pubserv permissions html Availability Access Stanford student class papers may not be photocopied Collection Overview

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