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  • Finding Aid for the Asian Culture in Southern California Ephemera Collection 2006-
    as programs flyers and ticket stubs relating to live performances of Asian and Asian American music dance and other cultural events primarily in Southern California Documents were collected by students as part of a live concert performance review assignment in the course Ethnomusicology 20C Musical Cultures of the World Asia This is an open collection that is periodically updated with new materials Extent 1 box 5 folders Restrictions Some materials in these collections may be protected by the U S Copyright Law Title 17 U S C and or by the copyright or neighboring rights laws of other nations Additionally the reproduction of some materials may be restricted by terms of Ethnomusicology Archive gift or purchase agreements donor restrictions privacy and publicity rights licensing and trademarks Transmission or reproduction of protected items beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners The nature of historical archival collections means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine Whenever possible the Ethnomusicology Archive provides information about copyright owners and other restrictions in the finding aids The Ethnomusicology Archive provides such information as a service to aid patrons in determining the

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  • Guide to the Asian Newspaper Clippings Collection
    View entire collection guide PDF 56 22 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description This collections contains newspaper articles about foreign relations between Japan China India Korea Mongolia Russia Germany and America and internal politics in Japan China India Korea Mongolia Extent 5 foot 1 box Restrictions For permissions to reproduce or to publish please contact Special Collections Library staff Availability

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  • INVENTORY OF THE ASIAN PACIFIC STUDIES COLLECTION, 1920-1993
    posters newspapers class reports syllabi and other materials about Japanese American life in Los Angeles before World War II evacuation internment and life following release from the camps Materials were collected by a professor of history at CSUDH Background The history of the Japanese in the United States began with Commodore Perry s gunboat diplomacy policy in 1868 The first small numbers of Japanese came to the West Coast in 1869 Larger groups did not begin arriving on the West Coast until after the Exclusion Act of 1882 which completely stopped the immigration of Chinese laborers The Japanese workers were brought in as replacements to work on the railroads and mines With the California Alien Land Laws of 1913 and 1924 all Asian immigrants were ineligible for citizenship and could not legally own or lease land By 1925 twelve other states enacted similar legislation Extent 18 boxes 12 linear ft Restrictions All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Director of Archives and Special Collections Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical materials and not intended to include or imply permission of

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  • Asian photographs from the Edward Thomas Williams papers [graphic]
    Bancroft Library Transferred from the Edward Thomas Williams papers BANC MSS C B 977 Type graphic Physical Description graphic photoprint ca 650 photographic prints including 8 albums and 38 boxes 7 glass negatives and 264 lantern slides some color various sizes Language English Identifier BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 011 013 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 014 016 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 017 018 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 019 020 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 10 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 11 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 12 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 13 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 14 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 15 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 16 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 17 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 18 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 19 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 1 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 20 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 21 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 22 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 23 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 24 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 25 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 26 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 27 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 28 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 29 BANC PIC 1965 011 020 ALB 020 LAN box 2 BANC PIC 1965 011

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  • A Inventory of the Asian Pictorial Collection
    Institution View entire collection guide PDF 78 02 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Photographs drawings and paintings depicting miscellaneous scenes and personalities in Asia including scenes of revolutionary disturbances in Iran ca 1908 Extent 1 manuscript box 1 oversize box 1 album box 8 envelopes 1 oversize folder 1 2 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the

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  • Overview of the Asian subject collection
    guide PDF 76 71 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Electronic bulletins pamphlets leaflets serial issues election campaign literature clippings other printed matter miscellany video tape and memorabilia relating to political social and economic conditions in Asia and to elections in Asia Extent 2 manuscript boxes 1 oversize box 1 2 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the

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  • Finding aid of the Asian travel collection
    Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description This assembled collection contains brochures maps guidebooks and literature documenting travel through and tourism in China Japan and Korea during the early twentieth century Extent 2 document boxes Restrictions Property rights reside with the University of California Literary rights are retained by the creators of the records and their heirs For permission to publish or to

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  • Finding aid of the Asian/Pacific AIDS Coalition Records
    Task Force in 1987 APAC like the Black and the Latino Coalitions on AIDS was part of the second wave of People of Color AIDS groups in San Francisco It served primarily as an advocacy group and a bridge between various Asian political healthcare and other organizations It also helped numerous AIDS related groups to secure emergency funding and to develop organizational skills Its demise in June of 1996 was due in large part to its success in nurturing other groups The APAC records document these activities thoroughly Background The Asian Pacific AIDS Coalition APAC founded in 1988 was originally called the Asian AIDS Task Force It coalesced to address the gaps in education prevention and direct services to Asian and Pacific Islanders affected by HIV Like several similar groups organized around specific communities African American Latino Native American Women Sex Workers Transsexuals etc APAC came into being because the needs of the people it addressed were not being adequately met by the larger more general AIDS service providers such as the San Francisco AIDS Foundation and Shanti Extent 4 75 linear feet 2 manuscript boxes 3 cartons Restrictions Copyright to unpublished manuscript materials has been transferred to the Gay

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