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  • Across Mexico : Alvarado, Calif. : ms., 1872 Apr. 8.
    W creator Abstract Partial record of his overland journey to California in 1849 from Indiana via Mexico as a member of a joint stock company The narrative covers the trip as far as Durango With letter of transmittal Apr 8 1872 to H H Bancroft explaining reasons for not completing the manuscript Date 1872 issued Subject Overland journeys to the Pacific Personal narratives Pioneers California Mexico Description and travel Note

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  • Across the continent: Winter of 1871-72, and related material, 1865-1873.
    card and a newspaper concerning his trek overland and life in Oregon Journal recounts travel by rail from New York City to Sacramento in 1871 72 and travel by ship from Sacramento to San Francisco and Portland Oregon Includes descriptions of San Francisco and Chinatown as well as conditions of rail travel Date 1865 issued Subject Overland journeys to the Pacific Personal narratives Railroad travel United States 19th century Oregon

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  • Finding Aid to the "Across the Plains in 1850" and "In Camp and Cabin" Clippings Collection MS.632
    and In Camp and Cabin Clippings Collection MS 632 MS 632 No online items Contact Autry Museum of the American West View entire collection guide PDF 75 29 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description This is a collection of newspaper clippings of two serial columns by the Reverend John Steele bound in a single scrapbook by Library staff The columns Across the Plains in 1850 and its sequel In Camp And Cabin ran in the Wisonsin newspaper the Lodi Enterprise from 1930 1931 Extent 0 2 linear feet 1 scrapbook Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the Autry National Center All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the Autry Archivist Permission for publication is given on behalf of the Autry National Center as the custodian of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must also be obtained by the reader Availability Collection is open for research Appointments to view materials are required To make an appointment please visit http theautry org research research rules and application or contact library staff

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  • An act to regulate the acquisition of rights of way over the land of others, 1895.
    Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title An act to regulate the acquisition of rights of way over the land of others 1895 Creator Contributor Hawaii Legislature House of Representatives creator Abstract Copies of Act in English and Hawaiian each with certification by D L Naone Speaker and James N K Keola Clerk that the bill had passed its third reading before the House Date 1895 issued Subject

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  • ACT UP/Los Angeles records, 1990-1992
    Library View entire collection guide PDF 59 04 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description ACTUP is an international direct action advocacy group focused primarily on improving the access to and quality of AIDS healthcare services as well as coalition building with a broad range of other activist communities This collection contains ephemera and promotional materials from ACT UP Los Angeles Background Meeting for the first time in West Hollywood in 1987 the Los Angeles chapter of ACT UP AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power was inspired by the activities of ACT UP New York which had been active throughout that year Extent 1 0 linear ft 1 record carton 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 OFF SITE AT SRLF Open for research Advance notice required for access Contact the UCLA Library Special

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  • ACT UP/Los Angeles Records, 1987-1997 Coll2011.010
    to creating positive changes around AIDS in federal and local government the media and medical industries through non violent public protests Background Los Angeles activists including member of the Lavender Left inspired by ACT UP New York and energized by the 1987 March on Washington returned to form an ACT UP chapter On December 04 1987 ACT UP Los Angeles ACT UP LA met for the first time in West Hollywood The organization focused on improving AIDS healthcare services and networking with a broad coalition of progressive groups The chapter utilized non violent direct action as a means to draw media attention and challenge the status quo Members were offered civil disobedience training and support teams were formed to track confrontations and arrests Official actions were approved by the membership however a number of affinity groups such as Stop AIDS Now Or Else SANOE sponsored their own actions Nationally ACT UP actions brought about the transformation of the Food Drug Administration FDA medication trial and approval processes expanded AIDS healthcare services including those for women and prisoners and challenged immigration and naturalization policies Extent 34 0 linear feet 24 records boxes 5 binder boxes 2 flat boxes 2 card file

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  • The action and passion of our times : oral history transcript / and related material, 1974-1979.
    S interviewer Creator Contributor Luttgens Leslie Creator Contributor Bancroft Library Regional Oral History Office Abstract Comments on her involvement in volunteer work as board member trustee chairman or president of various organizations including League of Women Voters Stanford Hospital Auxiliary in San Francisco Rosenberg Foundation Stanford University Board of Trustees and KQED Also includes information on her service as lecturer in community service Mills College 1949 59 Date 1974 issued Subject n us ca League of Women Voters U S Rosenberg Foundation Mills College Stanford University KQED TV Television station San Francisco Calif Social service California United States California Berkeley Note Caroline Charles tape recorded interview conducted by Gabrielle Morris in 1974 1978 Regional Oral History Office the Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Calif 1979 Introduction by Leslie Luttgens Copy of photograph inserted Phonotape also available 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 5 ix 312 p 28 cm related material Language English Identifier http nma

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  • Activist for world peace, women's rights, and democratic government : oral history transcript / 1972-1974.
    Contributor Josephson Hannah Creator Contributor Kirkley John Harris Creator Contributor Bancroft Library Regional Oral History Office Abstract Recollections of her campaigns for woman suffrage and for Congress her stand against American participation in World Wars I and II and in the Vietnam war her views on political action and her work for world peace Photographs and copies of documentary material inserted Date 1972 issued Subject United States Congress House Women Suffrage United States Peace Government policy United States Women Political activity United States United States Politics and government Note Jeanette Rankin tape recorded interview conducted by Malca Chall and Hannah Josephson in 1974 Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley California 1974 and related material Partial interviews Reel 1 cassette Reel 2 track 1 1043 ft track 2 649 ft Reel 3 track 1 1086 ft track 2 268 ft Reel 4 track 1 1076 ft track 2 260 ft Reel 5 track 1 1003 ft track 2 344 ft Reel 6 track 1 1075 ft track 2 282 ft Reel 7 track 1 627 ft track 2 blank Interview notes also available Afterword by John H Kirkley Dept of Special Collections University of California Los Angeles Library 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 20 293 leaves 28 cm related material 6 sound tape reels and 1 cassette analog 3 3 4 ips 2 track 5 in Language English Identifier BANC CD 326 1 9 BANC MSS 75 65 c Phonotape 3456 C 1 11 Phonotape 536 A C BANC CD 326 9 BANC CD 326

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