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  • Ad octo phisicor libros peripateticae disputationes : ms., [1605]
    92 593 z No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Ad octo phisicor libros peripateticae disputationes ms 1605 History of science and technology collection Creator Contributor Marsilius Antonius 1567 1633 creator Abstract Thirteen disputations on Aristotles Physica Date 1605 issued Note Included in History of Science and Technology Collection In Latin Bookplate of Charles Atwood Kofoid Physical Description 802 p 21 cm Language lat Identifier

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  • A.D. Winans correspondence : San Francisco, Calif., to B.L. Kennedy, Sacramento, Calif., 1995-1997.
    Winans correspondence Creator Contributor Winans A D creator correspondent Creator Contributor Kennedy B L correspondent Abstract Correspondence discusses Winans writing other writers including Beat poets and personal matters Also includes manuscripts of poems and other writings by Winans sent to Kennedy Date 1995 issued Subject n us ca Winans A D Correspondence Kennedy B L Correspondence Authors American 20th century Correspondence Authors American California 20th century Beat generation California Note

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  • Finding Aid for the Alma Flor Ada Paulo Freire Collection 2009.020.r.f
    of teaching Included are selected lesson plans teaching materials written works by Alma Flor Ada a selection of papers by three of her students photographs misc ephemera and two VHS tapes of her lectures Also included are various works and education philosophies of Paulo Freire Of particular interest is a stick puppet of Paulo Freire that was used as an instructional aide Background Alma Flor Ada Professor Emerita at the University of San Francisco devoted her life to advocacy for peace by promoting a pedagogy oriented to personal realization and social justice A former Radcliffe Scholar at Harvard University and Fulbright Research Scholar she is an internationally reknowned speaker and the author of numerous children s books of poetry narrative folklore and nonfiction She is also the author of a book of memoirs two novels for adults several professional books for educators and a wealth of educational materials Alma Flor Ada was awarded the American Education Research Association AERA Hispanic Issues Award for Research in Elementary Secondary and Post secondary Education and the California Association for Bilingual Education CABE Life Long Award Extent 12 0 Linear feet 10 boxes 1 long box Restrictions There are no restrictions on the use

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  • Ada Nisbet letter, 1969 November 24
    November 24 Creator Contributor Online Archive of California Abstract One letter TLS to Oscar mainly about the author of Frank s Ranche UCLA Department of English 24 Nov 1969 Purchase from Doris Harris 35 Date 1969 issued Note Consult repository for details Use governed by UCSB Special Collections policy Cite as Identification of item Ada Nisbet letter SC 221 Department of Special Collections UC Santa Barbara Library University of California

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  • Birdie May Adair Collection of items pertaining to the Training Camp for Nurses at Vassar College, 1918 1918-1921
    Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Miss Birdie May Adair graduated from the University of North Dakota in 1913 and attended the Training Camp for Nurses at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie N Y during the summer July 24 to September 13 of 1918 The training camp was organized under the auspices of the National Council of Defense with funding from the American Red Cross The camp s intent was to draw female college graduates into the critically understaffed ranks of wartime nurses and it included 430 young women from 117 different colleges After the summer trainees went on to regular hospital training programs throughout the country The collection consists of Miss Adair s certificate of completion of the training course announcement booklet outlining camp guidelines several contemporary photographs and a nearly complete run one issue lacking of the camp newspaper The Thermometer published weekly during the camp s duration and occasionally thereafter for 6 more issues Background The Vassar Training Camp was organized under the auspices of the National Council of Defense with funding from the American Red Cross to establish and maintain a school of science applied to nursing at Vassar College during the summer of 1918 The intent was to draw female college graduates into the critically undermanned ranks of wartime nurses Four hundred and thirty young women from 117 different colleges gathered for a summer school for intensive theoretical training of hospital nurses A prestigious faculty recruited for the summer from major eastern universities gave instruction in anatomy physiology bacteriology chemistry dietetics cookery hygiene practical nursing history and social aspects of nursing elementary materia medica psychology and oversaw physical training The Camp ran from June 24 to September 13 1918 The trainees then went on to regular hospital training programs around the country where

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  • Douglass Adair Symposia Collection SC2010.04 SC2010.04
    Cal Poly Pomona and Director of the Douglas Adair Symposia The collection contains all the programs for the symposia news items minutes of planning meetings correspondence with a wide and interesting variety of individuals photographs copies of the two published anthologies business cards and two awards Background Douglass Greybill Adair was born in New York City in 1912 Adair grew up in Birmingham and Mobile Alabama He attended the University of the South in Sewanee Tennessee and majored in English He subsequently received his M A at Harvard and his Ph D at Yale After teaching at Princeton he joined the faculty at the College of William and Mary in 1946 and became editor of the William and Mary Quarterly From 1955 until his death in 1968 he was a professor of history at the Claremont Graduate School Adair is the author of seminal essays on the late eighteenth century many of which have been collected in Fame and Founding Fathers an exposition of the years of America s founding Adair is also recognized as having definitively identified the authors of each of the anonymously written Federalist papers The Symposia is named for the late Douglass Adair and the topics

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  • Register of the Fred Lyman Adair Papers, 1918-1942
    entire collection guide PDF 78 54 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Correspondence reports notes printed matter and photographs relating primarily to activities of the American Red Cross in Belgium 1918 1919 and to the America First Committee 1940 1942 Extent 8 manuscript boxes 1 oversize box 3 envelopes 2 phonorecords 5 2 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please

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  • Guide to the James Adair papers, 1936-1973
    and a student enrollment of 830 Adair with Frederick Westphal and Elizabeth May as the other members of the music faculty started classes in Counterpoint and Composition organized the chorus Orchestra Opera Workshop and classes in Music Listening Subsequently for many years he conducted the orchestra Little Symphony chamber music program and in the last ten years to 1975 devoted his time primarily to Counterpoint Composition and Orchestration Extent 30 0 Linear feet 58 flat boxes 7 oversize boxes Restrictions Copyright is protected by the copyright law Chapter 17 of the U S Code Requests for permission to publish quote or reproduce from collections must be submitted in writing to the Head of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives Permission for publication is given on the behalf of the Department of Special Collections and University Archives The Library California State University Sacramento as the owner of the physical item and is not intended to include permission of the copyright holder which must also be obtained by the researcher Availability Collection is open for research Some restrictions may apply Collection Overview Collection Details Conditions Governing Use note Conditions Governing Access note Biographical Historical note Preferred Citation note Custodial History

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