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  • Guide to the Ken Ackerman Collection ARS.0023
    View entire collection guide PDF 57 83 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Recordings and dubs of radio broadcast performances of jazz music of the 1950s and 60s by artists such as Earl Hines Louis Armstrong Muggsy Spanier Jack Teagarden Harry James Cal Tjader and George Shearing at venues such as the Club Hangover in San Francisco California other West Coast recordings by Duke Ellington Woody Herman and the JATP and Ted Heath Johnny Dankworth Kenny Baker and others performing on the BBC Additionally there are cassette recordings and transcripts of Turk Murphy and George Avakian interviewing musician Sid Le Protti in the mid 1950s Extent 10 boxes 188 open reel tapes 279 optical disc media 4 audiocassettes Restrictions Property rights reside with repository Publication and reproduction rights reside with the creators or their heirs To obtain permission to publish or reproduce please contact the Head Librarian of the Archive of Recorded Sound Availability Open for research material must be requested at least two business days in advance of intended use Contact the Archive for assistance Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Access Publication Rights Preferred Citation Source Sponsor Scope

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  • Ackerman (Marshall) collection, circa 1904-2001
    Online Archive of California Abstract William McKinley memorabilia including early and modern day first day covers other philatelatic items medals programs tickets postcards souvenir cards etc There is some material re Spanish American War Date 1904 issued Note The collection is open for research Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item Ackerman Marshall collection Mss 216 Department of Special Collections UC Santa Barbara Library University

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  • Finding Aid for the Rhea Carolyn Ackerman Papers, 1913-1969
    Library Special Collections Charles E Young Research Library View entire collection guide PDF 100 66 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Rhea C Ackerman 1896 worked at Los Angeles Juvenile Hall 1929 43 the Children s Hospital of Los Angeles 1943 51 and was the director of public relations at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital 1954 59 The collection consists of correspondence clippings and memorabilia related to Ackerman s career as a hospital administrator Background Ackerman was born in 1896 began working at Los Angeles Juvenile Hall 1929 assistant superintendent Los Angeles Juvenile Hall 1929 36 superintendent 1936 43 assistant administrator of Children s Hospital of Los Angeles 1943 51 director of public relations Cedars of Lebanon Hospital 1954 59 Extent 2 boxes 1 linear ft 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 UC Regents do not hold the copyright Availability COLLECTION STORED

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  • Acontecimientos en California : San Luis Obispo, Calif. : ms.S, 1878 Apr. 22.
    San Luis Obispo Calif ms S 1878 Apr 22 Creator Contributor Pico José de Jesús b 1807 creator Creator Contributor Savage Thomas 1823 Interviewer Creator Contributor Carrillo Anastasio Abstract Recollections concerning the pirate Hippolyte Bouchard early governorships and revolts experiences as a soldier in Monterey participation in the 1827 expedition with Santiago Argüello north of Sonoma American occupation in southern California including Flores revolt the battle of La Natividad encounters with and capture by Frémont gold mining around Mokelumne River Clipping concerning Frémont pasted in on verso of p 75 With this as v 2 portfolio two original documents directed to Pico by Anastasio Carrillo 1846 communicating a decree and notifying of the appointment of a juez de campo for the ranches in the vicinity of San Luis Obispo in an effort to regularize trade in cattle and hides Date 1878 issued Subject Bouchard Hippolyte 1785 1843 Frémont John Charles 1813 1890 Missions California Gold mines and mining California Mexican War 1846 1848 California History To 1846 San Luis Obispo Calif Note Dictation recorded for H H Bancroft by Thomas Savage Also available on microfilm A translation of this item is available as C D 141 transl In Spanish Forms

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  • Guide to the Oscar Zeta Acosta Papers CEMA 1
    1972 and The Revolt of the Cockroach People 1973 Legal Proceedings biographical documents correspondence writings and photos are part of this collection The collection takes up four linear feet occupying eight archival boxes covering the period from 1936 1990 Background Oscar Zeta Acosta April 8 1935 was a writer lawyer and political activist He was born in El Paso Texas and was raised in California s San Joaquin Valley near Modesto As an attorney his activities began in Oakland but it was in East Los Angeles where he gained notoriety prior to his mysterious disappearance in Mexico in the Spring of 1974 Extent 4 0 linear feet 8 boxes Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Department of Special Collections UCSB All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Head of Special Collections Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Department of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which also must be obtained Availability None Collection Overview Collection Details Conditions Governing Access note Publication Rights Preferred Citation Provenance Processing Information note Biographical

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  • Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate Project Records
    and Carl Wunsch discovered ocean acoustic tomography as a technique with which to measure temperature variations across the large expanses of the ocean This discovery activated the 1991 Heard Island Feasibility Test which was designed to establish the usable parameters of long range acoustic transmissions in the ocean This precursory experiment determined that underwater sounds transmitted from Heard Island in the South Polar Sea could be discerned at great distances around the globe and provided the necessary conceptual foundation for the launch of the ATOC program in 1993 The Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate Project was administered by the UCSD Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography The purpose of the project was to investigate climate change using satellite altimetry acoustic thermometry and climate modeling in the North Pacific Ocean ATOC was initially approved and the appropriate permits were successfully attained As originally hypothesized data analyses from ATOC confirmed that acoustic thermometry can be used as an effective tool for measuring large scale ocean temperature variability However the project stirred considerable public controversy regarding the effects of underwater acoustics on marine mammals Continuous negative media attention compelled the funders of the project to withdraw their

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  • The acquisition of California : typescript, [1941]
    1852 1944 creator Abstract A survey of events leading up to the U S war with Mexico and part played by his father William Maxwell Wood U S Navy Surgeon in the occupation of California Portions of W M Wood s Wandering sketches of cruise aboard the ships Levant Portsmouth and Savannah 1849 incorporated Date 1941 issued Subject Wood William Maxwell 1809 1880 United States Navy Pacific Squadron Mexican War

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  • Across Grand Canyon, 1921
    on several photographs to the Atchison Topeka Santa Fe Railway Edward Kemp S F Photographer and the Utah Photo Materials Company Commercial Photographers Salt Lake City George W Nilsson an attorney in Prescott Arizona made a trip across Grand Canyon from the South Rim to the North Rim on horseback August 28 30 1921 Accompanying Nilsson were two scientists from Salt Lake City and one guide Beginning on a bright August morning stopping only long enough to eat breakfast at the El Tovar Hotel they left the South Rim on the Bright Angel Trail which led to the Tonto Trail on which they journeyed down to the Colorado River traversing the Tonto Plateau along the way Several photographs document the crossing the Colorado River on a suspension style foot bridge After crossing Nilsson writes that a second guide met the party with fresh mounts and helped guide them towards the North Rim They used the Bright Angel Creek as a route detouring to Ribbon Falls to camp one night Nilsson s description of this rugged route and the experience of climbing out of the Canyon on the North Rim is colorful telling of the rigors of the steepness encountered the variety of colors in the layers of formation of the Canyon and the spectacular views experienced Looking upward it seemed incredible that we could ever find a way to climb out After a very precipitous climb we suddenly came out upon the North Rim of the Canyon a total climb of 5 600 feet from the river Upon completion of the journey the party spent a night in the Kaibab Forest then drove to Bryce Canyon and Salt Lake City Date 1921 issued Contents Box no 2602 Folder 1 Article and list of pictures to accompany article Folders 2 10

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