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  • Finding Aid for the David Adler papers, circa 1911-circa 1940 0000157
    HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description The David Adler papers span 7 linear feet and date from circa 1911 to 1940 The collection contains black and white photographs and color kodachrome prints a newspaper clipping a stereoscope and stereographic cards The photographs and clipping are of the David B Jones house on Pepper Hill in Montecito California The stereographic cards are unidentified images of nature Background David Adler was born on January 3 1882 in Milwaukee Wisconsin He attended Princeton University and graduated in 1904 Following Princeton from 1904 to 1906 Adler attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts working in the Atelier of Umbdenstock and Deglane He worked as a draftsman at Howard Van Doren Shaw Architects in Chicago Illinois Adler then went into a partnership with Henry C Dangler to form Adler and Dangler Architects In 1917 Henry C Dandler died and Adler when into partnership with Robert Work to form Adler and Work Architects which lasted from 1917 to 1929 Adler primarily worked in Chicago where the majority of his work consisted of large scale estates for the social elite Adler received some commissions in California however often collaborating

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  • Finding Aid to the Kurt Herbert Adler Papers, 1921-1990, bulk 1954-1987
    well as throughout California other states and internationally The papers also include materials relating to his professional activities plus tributes honors and awards recognizing Maestro Adler s contributions to the City of San Francisco and the world of opera There is a significant body of personal correspondence containing cards and letters from several opera stars with whom Adler regularly worked notebooks calendars and appointment books clipping files and a small amount of personal and family materials Background Kurt Herbert Adler was born to Ernst and Ida Bauer Adler on April 2 1905 in Vienna Austria The son of a textile manufacturer he attended preparatory schools in Vienna and was educated at the Vienna Academy of Music 1922 1926 the Vienna Conservatory of Music and the University of Vienna 1923 1927 Adler made his debut in 1925 as an orchestral conductor at the Vienna theaters managed by Max Reinhardt noted European theatrical producer He continued in that capacity until 1934 at the same time acting as a coach accompanist chorus director and instructor From 1934 to 1937 he conducted at opera houses in Germany Italy and Czechoslovakia He conducted the Vienna Volksoper for two years and also made appearances as leader of the Vienna Concert Orchestra Adler assisted Arturo Toscanini at the 1936 and 1937 Salzburg Festivals and during the summers served as an instructor at the Salzburg Mozarteum Extent Number of containers 17 cartons 3 card file boxes 12 volumes 1 box 9 oversize boxes 1 oversize folder Linear feet ca 26 Restrictions All requests to reproduce publish quote from or otherwise use collection materials must be submitted in writing to the Head of Public Services The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley 94270 6000 Consent is given on behalf of The Bancroft Library as the owner of the physical

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  • Administration and ethics in the Governor's office and the courts, California, 1939-1975 : oral history transcript / 1987.
    Oral History Office Abstract Sweigert discusses his family background education early law career in San Mateo County and his career as Attorney General of California joining the bench in 1949 up to his appointment to the U S District Court in 1959 His talks extensively of the career of Governor Earl Warren Date 1987 issued Subject n us ca Warren Earl 1891 1974 California Governor Courts California Lawyers California Interviews California Politics and government 1850 1950 California Politics and government 1951 Note William T Sweigert with an introduction by Robert F Peckham interviews conducted by Amelia R Fry 1972 1973 and 1975 Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Forms part of Earl Warren Oral History Project Bancroft Library Forms part of Northern California U S District Court oral history series Sound tapes also available as Phonotape 1883 A 8 5 reels Also available online Duplicate transcript Dept of Special Collections University of California Los Angeles Library This manuscript is made available for research purposes only All publication rights are reserved to The Bancroft Library of the University of California Berkeley Requests for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the Regional Oral History

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  • California State University East Bay, Division of Administration and Finance records
    Police Department The records in this collection document the site selection and construction during the early years of the campus in the Hayward Hills through oral histories committee minutes reports master plans and budget reports This collection contains textual photographic and audio visual materials Background The Division of Administration and Finance has a complicated history being formed circa 2008 it has antecedents in the earlier Divisions of Administration and Business Affairs and ultimately the Office of Executive Dean and Business Affairs The Executive Dean became head of Administrative Affairs when it was formed in 1960 and was responsible for the Building Program and Publications In 1969 Administrative Affairs became Planning and Development and added Campus Patrol to its list of departments in 1975 In 1984 Planning and Development was subsumed under Administration and Business Affairs In 1965 Business Affairs was created and oversaw Accounting Personnel Financial Office and Purchasing In 1967 Business Affairs was changed to Business Services and now included the Foundation In 1981 the name was again changed this time to Administrative and Business Affairs In 1984 it subsumed Planning and Development More departments were included under Administrative and Business Affairs over the years including Environmental Health and

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  • Administration and leadership : oral history transcript / and related material, 1967-1970.
    days at University of California Berkeley 1916 20 and recollections of faculty teaching at Miss Ransom and Miss Bridges School for Girls Piedmont Calif tours of duty with The Marine Corps during World War II and 1948 53 work at the University in Recorder s office with University Press as Assistant and then Dean of Women and Dean of Students Free Speech Movement Photographs and documentary material inserted With this copies of articles by Miss Towle Date 1967 issued Subject n us ca n us University of California 1868 1952 Miss Ransom and Miss Bridges School for Girls Piedmont Calif United States Marine Corps Free Speech Movement Berkeley Calif Berkeley Calif Social life and customs United States California Berkeley Note Katherine Amelia Towle introductions by Eric E Bellquist and Ruth C Streeter tape recorded interview conducted by Harriet S Nathan in 1967 Regional Oral History Office the Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Calif 1970 Phonotapes 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

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  • Guide to the Administration and Leadership Records of the American Jewish University Archives (Institutional Records)
    well as scholars conducting research in all fields of Jewish culture and civilization Members of the general public are also invited to use the Library s materials for personal enrichment and enjoyment With approximately 110 000 print volumes the library s collections have grown consistently through endowments gifts of major private collections and an ongoing acquisition program The Burton Sperber Jewish Community Library at American Jewish University now serves as the official Jewish Community Library of Los Angeles This new library succeeds the original Peter M Kahn Jewish Community Library that was formerly housed at the Los Angeles Jewish Federation Dedicated by his family in memory of noted Los Angeles philanthropist and landscape developer Burton Sperber this library welcomes the entire Los Angeles Jewish community to enjoy its state of the art facility including regularly scheduled programs for children and families as well as author and other literary encounters The Lowy Winkler Family Rare Book Center a gift of Peter and Janine Lowy is home to the Maslan Bible Collection This unusual assemblage of exceptional volumes includes approximately 4 000 Bibles some dating back almost to the inception of the printing press This collection also features bible translations representing most of the written languages of the world as well as the Kalman Friedman Collection of Italian Judaica The University Archives of the American Jewish University is a collection of documents pamphlets recordings letters publications photographs scrapbooks and ephemera that document the history of the University of Judaism and the Brandeis Bardin Institute which merged to become American Jewish University in 2007 depicting people places and events at both campuses Extent 3 Boxes Restrictions Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners In addition the reproduction of

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  • Administration of the San Francisco Jewish Welfare Fund, 1970-1975 : oral history transcript / 1996.
    of Pennsylvania and U S Army service being Western Regional Consultant of the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds the merger of Federation of Jewish Charities and Jewish Welfare Fund serving as Executive Director and Executive Vice President of the the Jewish Welfare Fund now the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco Marin and Sonoma Counties and related activities Date 1996 issued Subject n us ca Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare Funds Federation of Jewish Charities of San Francisco Jewish Welfare Fund Calif Jews Charities Executives California Interviews Note Louis E Weintraub introductions by Frances D Green and Robert E Sinton Interviews conducted by Eleanor Glaser in 1994 Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Forms part of Jewish Community Federation Leadership Oral History Project Audio tape recording of the interview also available Classified as Phonotape 2864 C 1 8 Also available online This manuscript is made available for research purposes only All publication rights are reserved to The Bancroft Library of the University of California Berkeley Requests for permission to quote for publication should be addressed to the Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library University of California Berkeley Photographs transferred to the

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  • Guide to the University of California, Irvine, Administrative and Business Services Publications PS.020
    Collection Overview Table of contents Description This collection comprises the publications of the University of California Irvine Administrative and Business Services unit and many of its subunits including Accounting and Fiscal Services Administrative Computing Services Facilities Management Materiel and Risk Management Parking and Transportation Services and Police Included are announcements brochures catalogs directories ephemera fliers manuals newsletters and reports Background Administration and Business Services ABS was founded in 1963 as the Business and Finance office The original subunits included Community Planning Planning and Design Personnel Accounting Purchasing Buildings and Grounds Construction Health and Safety and Auxiliary and Service Enterprises As of 2007 ABS included Financial Management Internal Audit Services Campus Architect and Design and Construction Services Campus and Environmental Planning Accounting and Fiscal Services Administrative Computing Services Distribution and Document Management Environmental Health and Safety Facilities Management Human Resources Material and Risk Management Parking and Transportation Services and Police ABS is headed by the Vice Chancellor for Administrative and Business Services Extent 2 0 Linear feet 2 boxes Restrictions Property rights and copyright reside with the University of California For permissions to reproduce or to publish please contact the University Archivist Availability The collection is open for research Collection Overview

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