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Collection consists of two letters from William B. Greeley to David Starr Jordan recommending men for the proposed teaching position in forestry; an unsigned manuscript letter to Jordan with a detailed organization for the school's curriculum; and a typed excerpt from a letter by Ernest G. Dudley (Stanford class of 1908) discussing forestry training in general and his experiences at Yale.
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Content Description Materials include correspondence from the East German "Freiheit für Angela Davis" Campaign, 1971-1972. Archive of approximately 90 items, chiefly signed postcard petitions, including 13 letters and broadsides, single pages and folded many with original illustrations and envelopes, addressed to Judge Richard Arnason at the Santa Clara District Court or the United Committee to Free Angela Davis on the cover.
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Scope and Content The papers of Richard Scowcroft, 1939-1993, document his teaching and writing career and include letters from writers, editors, and colleagues; Stanford teaching materials and departmental files; speeches and lectures; and manuscripts, typescripts, and reviews of his novels. There is a sizeable amount of correspondence from Tillie Olsen, 1959-73, Wallace Stegner, 1944-73, Jessamyn West, 1948-1983; his editors Carolyn Blakemore, Paul Brooks, and Dorothy De Santillana; and his agent Henry Volkening. Other correspondents include Bruce Bliven, Tom Bontly, Bliss Carnochan, John Cheever, Avis De Voto, Maxwell Geismar, Helen Howe, Janet Lewis, John L'Heureux, Erika Mann, Theodore Morrison, Anais Nin, Katherine Anne Porter, May Sarton, and Stephen Spender. His class files contain two types of materials: reading lists, exams, and other handouts; and his lectures or lecture notes. Folder titles were taken from Scowcroft's original folders and in some cases there is overlap ... Read More
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Scope and Content Summary: Author's typescript copy of STOP HERE, MY FRIEND, a collection of short stories with manuscript corrections and editing. Several of the stories are printed (clipped from magazines). Two galley proofs, one corrected and one final.
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Scope and Contents note This unpublished paper recounts the history of the research undertaken by Mosher, his students, and colleagues from 1959 to 1964
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Scope and Content This is a single item collection constituted by the Pacific Improvement Co. Payroll Book for 1883. The books does not duplicate any information in the related Pacific Improvement Co. Collections (JL001 and JL017). The ledger shows the actual rates of pay, which is difficult to locate elsewhere.
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Scope and Contents The materials consist of Haertel's correspondence and memoranda, chronological files, and some teaching files.
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Content Description Posters, programs, ephemera
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These papers primarily document Schawlow's career at Stanford and include correspondence, 1951-1995; lecture notes and class files, 1980-1988, containing problem sets and solutions, exams, and other information; grant files; records from participation in professional organizations including American Physical Society, American Institute of Physics, and the Optical Society of America; and reprints of his and his students' articles, 1949-1994. Also included is correspondence, clippings, and brochures pertaining to autism, 1981-1989, including typescript of "Our Autistic Son" by Aurelia T. and Arthur L. Schawlow.
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Scope and Content The Yevtushenko Papers include personal and professional papers of Russian poet Yevgeny Yevtushenko. Although not complete, the collection provides substantial material on Yevtushenko's personal and literary career, which cannot be separated from the political context of the time. The papers were received in very little order. Where materials were identified and categorized by Yevtushenko, that arrangement has been preserved and expanded to include uncategorized portions of the collection. The collection consists of nine series: 1. Correspondence, 2. Political Papers, 3. Manuscripts, 4. Manuscripts by Others, 5. Performances and Exhibits, 6. Personal Papers, 7. Photographs, 8. Audiovisual Materials, and 9. Clippings. The collection also includes books by Yevtushenko and books from his library, many with inscriptions to Yevtushenko from the authors.Names and titles have been transliterated according to the simplified American Library of Congress standard. Exceptions ... Read More