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  • Guide to the Marion Adams Notes
    Archives View entire collection guide PDF 52 29 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Notes of class lectures kept by Adams in the printed syllabus by David Starr Jordan FACTORS IN ORGANIC EVOLUTION SYLLABUS OF A COURSE OF ELEMENTARY LECTURES DELIVERED IN LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR UNIVERSITY Background Marion Adams earned her A B in history at Stanford in 1898 Extent

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  • Finding Aid for the Mason Adams scripts, 1978-1995
    Background Mason Adams was born in Brooklyn on February 26 1919 He received his master s degree from the University of Wisconsin in the early 1940s before returning to New York where he taught speech for several years at the Neighborhood Playhouse on East 54th Street It was in the 1940s that he also started his acting career Extent 6 boxes 2 75 linear ft Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library Performing Arts 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 Performing Arts Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information Collection Overview Collection Details Descriptive Summary Administrative Information Biography Scope and Content Organization and Arrangement Indexing Terms Container List Biographical Information Motion Picture Projects Television Projects Adam American Teacher Awards Bliss CBS Children Special Civil Wars Cocaine Another Man s Poison Enemy Every

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  • The Finding Aid of the Michael F. Adams Papers 0135
    PDF 65 51 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The Michael F Adams Papers contain materials relating to his time as vice president of university affairs at Pepperdine University The collection is primarily composed of materials relating to the Board of Regents development and giving campaigns and scheduling Materials date from 1965 1989 Background Michael F Adams was born on March 25 1948 in Montgomery Alabama He received a B A in speech from David Lipscomb College in 1970 before completing a PhD in political communication at Ohio State University in 1973 While at Ohio State University Adams taught several courses relating to politics and public speaking After leaving Ohio State University in 1975 he held a number of political positions including the roles of administrator for Senator Howard Baker s staff and as the Republican nominee for the House of Representatives for a district in Tennessee in 1980 Extent 8 75 linear feet 7 boxes Restrictions Permission to publish quote or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder Availability Advance notice required for access The Board of Regents series is restricted for 50 years from

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  • Finding Aid for the Noel Adams World War Two correspondence 2014.036.wc.r
    Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives View entire collection guide PDF 52 46 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description This collection consists of letters written by Noel Adams to his wife November 1945 Extent 0 05 Linear feet 1 folder Restrictions There are no restrictions on the use of this material except where previously copyrighted material is concerned It

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  • Finding Aid for the Peggy Hamilton Adams papers, 1911-1976
    Times rotogravure fashion page 1921 34 and a host for local radio programs 1929 33 that dealt with fashion concerns of the modern woman The collection consists of materials related to Hamilton s career as designer fashion editor and socialite Background Born Mae Bedloe Armstrong Hamilton began work as a costume designer at Triangle film company she designed for such stars as Mr Julian Eltinge and Gloria Swanson she worked at the Los Angeles Times as editor of its rotogravure fashion page 1921 34 known as Hollywood s dictator of fashions she featured such celebrities as Gloria Swanson Myrna Loy Norma Shearer Delores Del Rio Joan Crawford Betty Davis and Greta Garbo posed in gowns by designers such as Adrian Travis Banton and Howard Greer Hamilton promoted Los Angeles as the Paris of America in many fashion shows including the first fashion show in an airplane 1928 she was appointed official hostess of Los Angeles County by then Supervisor Frank L Shaw 1931 and was named Queen of Olympias of the Mythical Kingdom of Olympia in an effort to publicize the 1932 Olympic Games she hosted local radio programs 1929 33 dealing with fashion concerns of the modern woman Extent 58 boxes 29 0 linear ft 57 oversize boxes Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the UC Regents 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 Open for research STORED OFF SITE AT SRLF Advance notice is required for access to the collection Please contact UCLA Library Special Collections for paging information Collection Overview Collection Details

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  • Guide to the Perry Adams Papers
    Isla Vista Santa Barbara and California alternative press Background Horace Perry Adams was born in Covina California on December 18 1938 After briefly attending the University of Buffalo in New York he enlisted in the Army and served in Europe during the 1950s While in France he met his wife Bonnie They returned to California to be married and Adams studied Political Science at San Jose State College In 1965 the couple moved to Goleta California and soon Adams was working at the University of California Santa Barbara s Davidson Library where he would remain for the next 29 years In the late 1960s and early 1970s he collaborated with Fred T Newcomb on a book detailing their theories about the Kennedy assassination Although the work would ultimately fail to find a publisher the manuscript was widely circulated among conspiracy theorists and he and Newcomb appeared in a segment on the NBC TV news magazine Inside Report in 1990 Perry Adams retired from the library in the spring of 1996 after being diagnosed with cancer He died at his home in Goleta on March 13 1997 Extent 8 linear feet 2 document boxes Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to

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  • Guide to the Robert Adams papers
    focused on the following titles Coming of the Horseclans Death of a Legend The Seven Magical Jewels of Ireland and Of Quests and Kings Background Franklin Robert Adams was born on August 31 1933 in the United States He is best known as an author of science fiction and fantasy as well as an editor of science fiction anthologies He wrote and edited under the pen name Robert Adams His first book Coming of the Horseclans was published in 1975 After this first book Adams began what would later become his best known book series Horseclans Although the series was never finished he managed to complete eighteen books before his death From 1979 1989 Adams also published the Castaways in Time book series And in 1988 he began The Stairway to Forever book series but only was able to complete two books in this series Adams also published several anthologies beginning in 1985 which he coedited with various editors including Martin H Greenberg Pamela Crippen Adams and Charles G Waugh Adams died in Apopka Florida on January 4 1990 Extent 14 0 linear feet 22 document boxes unboxed material Restrictions Copyright has not been assigned to the University of California

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  • Guide to the Samuel Adams Journal and Papers, 1849-1901
    Samuel G Background Samuel Adams arrived in California aboard the Barque Mazeppa on December 3 1849 after a ten month voyage at sea He had left New York on January 27 1849 with a carge of merchandise which he had been commissioned to sell for the firm of Rowland and Whitehouse of Brooklyn N Y Adams had previously managed a drugstore in Brooklyn for Rowland but when it and the house he had been preparing for his family burned he agreed to act as a commercial factor in order to support his family The voyage of the Mazeppa was plagued by storms lengthy repairs to the ship after it was forced to return to Rio de Janeiro and long delays in navigating around Cape Horn Adams helped to pass the time by writing a journal for his wife and children living in Winthrop Me Some sections are addressed to the children and in them he describes details of life at sea what the sailors ate where they slept and how they were disciplined how to reckon the speed of the ship in knots and the awesome responsibilities of the captain Extent 1 box 6 folders ca 40 items 42 linear

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