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  1. Seesaw sculpture installed in courtyard of Mandeville Center

    • Collection: History of the UC San Diego Visual Arts Department
    • Name: Lonidier, Fred 1942-; University of California, San Diego. Department of Visual Arts; Mandeville Center; George, Sherman; Scanga, Italo, 1932-2001; Silva, Ernest (American installation artist, born 1948); McAllister, Gerry
    • Date: 1987
    • Topic: Installations (Art); Sculpture; Wood; Seesaw; Playgrounds--Equipment and supplies
    • Format: image
  2. Four theater pieces

    • Access: Restricted to UC San Diego use only
    • Collection: UCSD Audio Visual Theses and Dissertations
    • Name: Buel, Charles, 1943-1994
    • Date: 1975
    • Topic: Dissertations, Academic
  3. Affirmation of Painting's Reliance on the Tactile

    • Access: Restricted to UC San Diego use only
    • Collection: UCSD Audio Visual Theses and Dissertations
    • Name: Wilding, Byron Lawrence
    • Date: 1975
    • Topic: Sculpture; Assemblage (Art); Found objects (Art); Painting; Dissertations, Academic
  4. Changing Materials

    • Access: Restricted to UC San Diego use only
    • Collection: UCSD Audio Visual Theses and Dissertations
    • Name: Garner, Jerry Dean
    • Date: 1974
    • Topic: outdoor sculpture; abstraction; Modernism (Aesthetics); Sculpture; Dissertations, Academic
  5. Landscape and Sculptural Statement

    • Access: Restricted to UC San Diego use only
    • Collection: UCSD Audio Visual Theses and Dissertations
    • Name: Schlegel, David Richard
    • Date: 1972
    • Topic: Floor pieces; Assemblage (Art); Sculpture; Sound installations (Art); Dissertations, Academic
  6. Interview with Marta Mendez, 10 de mayo, 2000

    • Collection: Pueblos Yucatecos
    • Name: Buck Kachaluba, Sarah A.; Echeverría, Luis, 1922-; Mendez, Teresa U.; Mendez, Marta; Lara, Paulina; Chim, Paulina; Cantón, Felipe E.; Mendez, Media; Méndez Méndez, Buenaventura; Pech, Asuncion; Cárdenas, Lázaro, 1895-1970; Schaeffer, D. Bryan; Moser, Lauren
    • Date: Recorded May 10, 2000
    • Topic: Food; Selling; Corn--Milling; Women's leagues; Coca Cola (Trademark); Grandmothers; poverty; Currency; Sisters-in-law; money; Pepita; Wages; Sales; Motherhood; Clothing factories; Trucks; Sewing; Bicycles; Corn dough; Centavos, Mexican; mothers; Politics and government; Convents; Political party leadership; Comisaría (municipal); Pestles; Wood; Mopeds; Music; Girls; Manufacturing processes; Posol; Roads; Dough; Beans; Roosters; Women; Eggs as as currency; Assembling; Work; daughters; Washing (cleaning); Molino de nixtamal; Workshops; Hammocks; Atole
  7. The "Salvager" employed by the Drakes Navigators Guild under Captain Adolph Oko Jr. (far right in this photo), explores Drakes Bay near San Francisco for small vessels rumored to have been left by explorer Frances Drake in 1579. This photograph was published in the San Francisco Chronicle. September 23, 1951.

    • Collection: Milo Woodbridge Williams Photographs
    • Name: Williams, Milo Woodbridge, 1917-2012; Salvager (Ship); Oko, Adolph; Wood
    • Date: 1951-09-23
    • Topic: Underwater archaeology--California--Pacific Coast; Diving; Scuba divers--California
    • Format: image
  8. The "Salvager" employed by the Drakes Navigators Guild under Captain Adolph Oko Jr. (on the right), explores Drakes Bay near San Francisco for small vessels rumored to have been left by explorer Frances Drake in 1579. This photograph was published in the San Francisco Chronicle. September 23, 1951.

    • Collection: Milo Woodbridge Williams Photographs
    • Name: Williams, Milo Woodbridge, 1917-2012; Salvager (Ship); Wood; Oko, Adolph
    • Date: 1951-09-23
    • Topic: Diving; Scuba divers--California; Ships; Underwater archaeology--California--Pacific Coast
    • Format: image