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1. Karl Streckfuss. Die Höllenstrasse der Frömmler, 1834. 2. Emil Sulger-Gabin. August Wilhelm Schlegel und Dante, 1902. 3. Condanna Contro Dante (facsimile with manuscript notes), 1924. Also, there are four items which were tipped in Paolo Amaducci; LA FONTE DELLA DIVINA COMMEDIA; Rovigo, 1911, including a 1921 newspaper issue devoted to the town of Bertinoro and honoring Paolo Amaducci; a letter from Alexandre Masseron addressed to H. Buriot-Darsiles, 1933; a bill of order to Prof. H. Buriot-Darsiles, 1926; and a note from the Journal des Debats, 1840, that M. le Chevalier Artaud will soon be publishing a collected works of Dante
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Organizational records, including minutes, memos, files, etc., arranged by date
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Autograph letter signed from Chamberlain to unidentified correspondent who had been sent a copy of his work DAS DRAMA RICHARD WAGNER'S by Chamberlain's brother, Lieutenant Henry Chamberlain, and who had favorably replied to it. Chamberlain remarks that his work has been criticized, yet some readers, including his correspondent, have supported it
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1 short note to a theatre director accepting the offer to compose on a subject and libretto both chosen by the director. Flotow sent the letter in case an earlier letter had not been received. A photograph postcard of Flotow also included
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This "strictly confidential" flyer, addressed to patrons of research in physics, appeals for financial support for the foundation of the Reichsanstalt, the first national research institute for pure and applied physics
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Lectures, primarily by non-Stanford professors and energy professionals, on all aspects of energy studies, including fossil fuels, nuclear power, conservation, solar energy, energy industries, energy policy, and political considerations
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The collection is divided into two series: Series I. Accession numbers 2001-228 and 2002-226, and Series II. Accession number 2007-256
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Collection primarily includes published items such as programs, media guides, team previews, newsletters, press releases, clippings, and magazine articles, but also includes some game statistics, tickets, photographs, and correspondence. The emphasis is on spring sports such as basketball, track, tennis, baseball, swimming, and golf; there is very little on football. Of note are the photographs of individual golfers illustrating swings from the late 1930s-early 1940s. Collection also includes some materials pertaining to the Golden State Warriors (NBA)
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Unpublished audio and video tape recordings from throughout the Archive of Recorded Sound's long history. See finding aid for complete contents