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  • Finding Aid to the Peter Adair Papers, 1973-1986 GLC 70
    men and women A small portion of the collection concerns The AIDS Show artists involved with death and survival 1986 a production of Peter Adair and Rob Epstein s with Theatre Rhinoceros Background Peter Adair was a San Francisco based documentary filmmaker He was born in Santa Monica California in 1944 His father John Adair was an anthropologist who studied the Zuni and Navajo and his mother Casey was a housewife who edited John s works and the New Mexico Quarterly a literary journal They gave Peter a film camera on his high school graduation and sparked a life long interest in documentary filmmaking Extent 79 cubic foot boxes 31 boxes of various sizes max 16 inches x 16 inches x 3 inches 110 0 cubic feet Restrictions Copyright interest in Word Is Out is held by The San Francisco Public Library All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the City Archivist Permission for publication is given on behalf of the San Francisco Public Library as the owner of the physical items Availability The collection is available for use during San Francisco History Center hours with photographs available during Photo Desk

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  • Virginia Hamilton Adair Collection SC2006/1
    poem lists and printed matter pertaining to her poetry and her life Background Mary Virginia Hamilton was born in the Bronx on February 28 1913 and grew up in Montclair New Jersey As a child she was surrounded by poetry Her father Robert Browning Hamilton was a serious amateur poet who would read to her in her crib from classics such as Pope s translation of Homer s Iliad her mother Katharine Temple Hopson focused on Mother Goose rhymes Mary Virginia began writing her own poems when she was six She graduated with a Bachelor s degree in 1933 at the age of 20 already having twice won the distinguished Glascock Prize for poetry A year later she earned a master s degree at Radcliffe after which she taught for one year at the University of Wisconsin Madison She had many poems published before and after World War II In 1936 she married Douglass Graybill Adair II who was to become a respected American historian The Adairs had three children Robert Robin Hamilton Douglass D3 Graybill III and Katharine Kappa Sidney Throughout the years she persisted in writing almost daily mostly to please herself without the dictates of publishers Nevertheless

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  • Adam B. Chambers letter[s] from the Editor : Treaty ground near Fort Laramie, 1851.
    Stella Madeleine Correspondent Abstract Typed transcripts and notes made by F M Young of dispatches September 4 29 1851 published in the St Louis Missouri Republican October 6 November 30 1851 Chambers editor of that paper acted as secretary for the U S Commissioners David D Mitchell and Thomas Fitzpatrick who negotiated the Treaty of Fort Laramie with the Sioux Cheyenne Arapaho Crow Assiniboin Mandan Gros Ventre and Arikara tribes

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  • Adam Hillabord letters to his brother, 1850-1852.
    MSS 84 111 c No online items Offline Contact UC Berkeley Bancroft Library Collection Overview Title Adam Hillabord letters to his brother 1850 1852 Creator Contributor Hillabold Adam creator Abstract Describe his overland journey to California and his experiences mining on the Mokelumne River and in Sonora Date 1850 issued Subject n us ca Overland journeys to the Pacific Gold mines and mining California Mokelumne River Calif Sonora Calif Physical

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  • Overview of the Wilhelm Adam memoirs
    collection guide PDF 77 11 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Relates to the failure of the German military to oppose Adolf Hitler during the 1930s Microfilm Background Colonel general German Army Extent 1 item 1 microfilm reel 0 15 linear feet Restrictions May not be published or copied without permission of the Institut für Zeitgeschichte except for short excerpts

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  • Inventory of the Zenon V. Adamich papers
    contents Description Writings lists memoranda and printed matter relating to Yugoslav naval operations and relations with the Allies during World War II Slovene territorial claims in 1941 and decisions concerning Yugoslavia made at the Yalta Conference Background Zenon V Adamich was a commander of the Royal Yugoslav Navy commanding officer of Naval Base A Alexandria Egypt and senior Yugoslav Naval officer in the Middle East from 1944 to 1945 Extent

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  • Overview of the A. L. Adamishin papers
    Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Diaries writings letters and clippings relating to Soviet and Russian foreign policy and relations with Italy and Great Britain Background Soviet and Russian diplomat deputy minister of foreign affairs 1986 1990 ambassador to Italy 1990 1994 ambassador to Great Britain 1994 1997 Extent 4 manuscript boxes 1 6 linear feet Restrictions For copyright status please contact the Hoover Institution

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  • Adams & Co. records, 1852-1854.
    1825 1880 Creator Contributor Van Valkenburgh Henry Correspondent Abstract Banking and express records acquired from various sources noted on folders Date 1852 issued Contents v 1 Shipments to Stockton Calif June 2 Dec 31 1852 v 2 Letters San Francisco Dec 7 14 1852 leaves from letterpress copy book many written by Isaiah C Woods letter 1854 written and signed for the company by Henry Van Valkenburgh sight drafts 3

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