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Armando Arias papers

Identifier: MS-001
Abstract 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,...
Dates: 1989-1999; Majority of material found within 1994-1999

Demeter newspapers and ephemera

Identifier: MS-003

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.

Dates: 1979-1985

Nancy Elliott United Farm Workers papers

Identifier: MS-013
Abstract This collection documents Nancy Elliott's volunteer work with the United Farm Workers from 1972 through 1976, including her involvement as a reporter and distributor of El Malcriado, the unofficial newspaper of the United Farm Workers. Elliott also worked as financial aid administrator for striking workers, boycott organizer, and field office director. Materials include newsletters, leaflets, ephemera, newspaper clippings, volunteer and membership information, memos, and research for various...
Dates: 1965-1981

Fred Farr Papers

Identifier: MS-009
Abstract Materials related to the political and civic career of Senator Fred Farr. The papers cover 1941-1995. Farr was elected to the California State Senate in 1955, becoming the first Democrat in 43 years to represent Monterey County. His legislative efforts focused on environmental protection, authoring significant environmental and state planning legislation, and establishing California's scenic highway program. Other issues covered: abolishment of the death penalty, civil rights and...
Dates: 1941-01-01 - 1995-01-01

Matt Friday and Bruce Carlson papers

Identifier: MS-006

This collection contains correspondence, photographs, newspapers, notes, programs, ephemera, and other material documenting the political activity and community involvement of Matt Friday and Bruce Carlson. The bulk of material relates in particular to their activism on behalf of the LGBTQ community in the Monterey County region and its struggle for legal and social recognition.

Dates: 1991-2011

John XXIII AIDS Ministry photographs and other material

Identifier: MS-016
Content Description

Photographs, plaques, banners, and other materials related to the history of John XXIII Aids Ministry in Monterey County, the region's first HIV/AIDS outreach service which was founded in 1998. The non-profit later changed its name to Central Coast HIV/AIDS Services in 2009, and then closed July 1, 2015. The bulk of the material is from this body under the original name.

Dates: 1995-2010

Robert Lindsey papers

Identifier: MS-002

This collections documents the career of journalist and author Robert Lindsey. Materials are largely related to research for his various publications and collaborations and include news clippings, interview transcripts and recordings, correspondence, notes, photographs, and audio/visual materials. It also includes working manuscripts and published copies of his books, as well as newsclippings of Lindsey's articles from 1959-1989.

Dates: 1950-1999

El Malcriado newspaper and leaflet collection

Identifier: MS-011
Content Description

Issues of El Malcriado newspaper dating from circa 1965-June 24, 1974 and El Malcriado leaflets dating from May 11, 1975-September 8, 1975. El Malcriado was established in 1964 by Cesar Chavez as an unoffical newspaper of the United Farm Workers (originally National Farm Workers of America) in order to promote better working and living conditions for farm workers. Material in Spanish and English.

Dates: Publication: 1965-1975

Ric and Billie Barbara Masten papers

Identifier: MS-007

Writings, correspondence, clippings, photographs, business records, recordings, publications, fliers, posters, artwork, notes, scrapbooks and other personal papers of Ric Masten and Billie Barbara Masten, from 1894, 1929-2008. The bulk of the collection documents Ric’s career as a traveling poet and folk singer. Additional items include materials documenting Billie Barbara’s work as a poet, artist, and performer.

Dates: 1894-2008; Majority of material found within 1929-2008

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