Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Photojournalist who has been documenting human rights, women's equality, and environmental issues and campaigns since the 1960s. The Bettye Lane Photographs collection spans the years 1959-2007, with the bulk dating from the 1970s and 1980s. This documentary photography collection consists of black and white and some color prints taken by Bettye Lane during the course of her career as photojournalist. The subject matter focuses largely on individuals and events associated with the women’s rights movement from the 1970s and 1980s. Events include Equal Rights Amendment demonstrations, International Women’s Year marches, and National Organization for Women protests, in major cities such as New York City, Washington DC, Mexico City, and Houston. Also included are photographs of women participating in conferences; notable feminists and other personalities; women at work; and women playing sports. A smaller number of images documents protests and rallies concerning lesbian and gay ... Read More
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
ALS. In 1862 Gulliver writes on lectures, probably at the Royal College of Surgeons. In 1868 he writes to Robert Willis of the death of John Davy and inquires about a Dr. Tulk, translator of Robert Wagner's Elements of Physiology.
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Holograph, signed. Deed of land purchase. Witnessed by Solomon Tracy and Benajah Bushnell. Acknowledged by Richard Bushnell, Justice of the Peace.
Duke University - David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library
William Gannaway was a Professor of Latin and History at Trinity College in Randolph County from 1857 until his retirement in 1892. The collection includes account books and grade books as well as a small amount of correspondence and notes. The material ranges in date from 1853-1906.
University of California, Los Angeles - Chicano Studies Research Center
This is a collection of approximately 600 color slides of Chicano / Raza oriented murals primarily situated in East Los Angles were photographed by Nancy Tovar in the 1970s. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid can contact the research center at www.chicano.ucla.edu
University of California, Los Angeles - Chicano Studies Research Center
This collection from the the Mexican Cultural Institute consists of the administrative papers, internal executive papers, exhibit and program information, materials related to cross cultural programs and events and materials related to educational programs.This collection has not been well detailed. The UCLA / CSRC Archive anticipates being able to thoroughly identify and preserve these papers by the end of 2008, however, once the collection had been bar coded by the SRLF it will be available for research.**Please note that accents have been eliminated inorder to accomodate and facilitate the use of all types of web browsers. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid can contact the research center at www.chicano.ucla.edu
University of California, Los Angeles - Chicano Studies Research Center
This collection consists of Jose Luis's collection of family history: Papers, photos, clippings, ephemera.This collection can serve as an excellent example of the experience of Mexican immigration into the U.S. Southwest in the 1930s - 1940s. It is well documented with photos and newspapers of the era.
University of California, Los Angeles - Chicano Studies Research Center
The Latino Eligibility Study, began in 1992 and was created to develop a clear understanding of the issues associated with the rate of Latino enrollment in higher education. It examined and assessed existing research and programs within and outside the University of California system and it expanded its understanding of the issues through acquisition of new data. The Latino Eligibility Study recommended policies, programs and other actions designed to improve future eligibility for Latinos in higher education.This collection of papers and documents was assembled by Dr. Aida Hurtado of the University of California Santa Barbara for a Latino Eligibility Survey monograph.Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid can contact the research center at www.chicano.ucla.edu
University of California, Los Angeles - Chicano Studies Research Center
Paintings, sketches, videos, papers and photographs relating to the career of the Santa Monica based artist, Alex Donis. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid can contact the research center at www.chicano.ucla.edu
University of California, Los Angeles - Chicano Studies Research Center
This is a collection of papers consisting of the CFLA's agendas, meetings, notes, events, brochures and newsletters. Comision Femenil de Los Angeles, founded in 1970, was primarily concerned with advancing the image, role and contributions of the Chicana to and in the community. Once established, the Comision provided leadership information and training for many of today's Chicana community leaders. During its time, the Comision published a newsletter, operated two bilingual child-development centers, and founded the Chicana Service Action Center.To Facilitate the use of all types of web browsers, accents have been omitted.Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid can contact the research center at www.chicano.ucla.edu