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An attempt to compile a complete copies of critical classified documents from British, American, French and few East German archieves relating to Iranian politics, economics, social and military developments circa 1921-2000. The documents include reports from embassies letters exhanged between governments, intelligence estimates presidential briefings, and minuets of high level meetings
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8 abstracts of title, city of San Jose, 1889-1919; 1 abstract of title, city of Santa Clata, 1914; and 1 abstract of title, Solano County, 1910 (lacking title page)
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This report was produced by the students in the class "Co-operative Living and the Current Crisis at Stanford, " sponsored by the Stanford Workshops on Political and Social Issues; the crisis was the Loma Prieta earthquake of October 1989 which forced the closure of several cooperative dorms on campus
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This study, designed to address the renovation of the museum and repair of structural damages caused by the Loma Prieta earthquake of October 1989, includes architectural drawings, sketches, and photographic illustrations
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Second draft original screenplay and original story by Leo Rosten. Triangle Productions #130; Triangle Productions Inc. Mimeo. A classic film noir which starred Claudette Colbert, Robert Cummings and Don Ameche. Husband Ameche tries to drive wife Colbert insane, but Cummings saves her. Douglas Sirk directed
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[1] East Lynne (ca. 1890?]) -- [2] The artist's wife /by Gilbert Abbot à Beckett ([ca. 1870?] -- [3] Don Caesar de Bazan / translated and adapted from the French of MM. Dumanois and Dennery by G.A. a'Beckett and Mark Lemon ([ca. 1870?]) -- [4] The black doctor / adapted to the English stage by Ira Aldridge ([1841]) -- [5] Mrs. Wiggins / by J.T. Allingham ([ca. 1870?] -- [6] The weathercock / by J.T. Allingham ([ca. 1883?] -- [7] Jack Ketch, or, A leaf from Tyburn tree / by George Almar ([1841?]
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[1] Zimrat aritsim -- [2] Avinadav / G.E. Lessing -- [3] ha-Avot ṿeha-banim / me-et Shalom Yaʻaḳov ben-Ḥayim Mosheh Abramavits -- [4] Ben Ḳohelet / asher le-ṭigda meshorer Ashkenazi -- [5] Tsisim u-feraḥim / me-et Avraham ben Ḥayim Lipa Goldfaden -- [6] Tevusat Avshalom / me-et Yeshoshe ben Yitsḥaḳ Banḳ
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Collection contains two spiral-bound notebooks of color photographs taken by Dietmar Hochmuth during the symposium; people represented include Vucinich, Nancy S. Kollmann, Alexander Dallin, Alexander Vucinich, Thomas Simons, Gabor Vermes, Reginald Zelnik, Norman Naimark, and Gordon Craig
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Eve Gentry discusses her 6-year association with Hanya Holm as a dancer in the Holm tour company. She reminisces about that experience and some of her fellow dancers in the company. She also describes in detail some of the dances they performed and demonstrates several steps. Finally, she shares her feelings and reasons for leaving the company, Holm's reaction, and provides insight into Hanya Holm as a person
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Honors theses written by undergraduates in the Goldman Interschool Honors Program in Environmental Science, Technology, and Policy at Stanford University