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Materials related to Armando Arias' involvement in the founding and development of California State University, Monterey Bay, as well as academic and administrative documents from Arias' role as the Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and Dean of Arts Humanities and Creative Technologies during 1994 to 1999. This material consists almost exclusively of subject files Dr. Arias maintained during this time, but also includes published reports,...
This collection contains newspapers, posters, programs, and other materials related to Demeter Resources, a nonprofit women's organization founded in 1978, dedicated to the growth of the feminist community and the development of women's culture in the Monterey Bay area. The newspapers date from 1979-1985, with other materials from 1979-1981.
This collection is primarily composed of materials amassed by water conservationist Bill “Woody” Woodworth, during his more than thirty years of public advocacy, from the 1970s through 2002. Materials include reports, clippings, publications, and subject files, predominantly related to Woodworth's research on water use and conservation on the Monterey Peninsula and his work as a board member of the Monterey Peninsula Water Management District (1978-1983). Also included are materials related to...
- Subject: Monterey Bay (Calif.)
Arias, Armando, Jr.