1st work: The poems in Oral find themselves at the intersection of language and sex, traversing quirk, kink, pleasure, danger, and the inevitability of in-betweens. Their graphic content is mirrored by their attention to the graphic, that is, the...
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Ojai (Calif.); University of Judaism; Camp Ramah.; Jewish camps.; Gordis, David M.; Rabbis.; Scholars.; College administrators; Faculty, University; Leadership.; Community leadership.; Philanthropists; Fligelman, Julius, 1895-1980;
David Gordon, Julius Fligelman, Rabbi David Gordis and others, West Coast Leadership Conference at Camp Ramah. L to R: David Gordon, Dr. Henry Fisher, ?, ?, ?, Rabbi David Gordis, and Julius Fligleman.
Shiraishi, Kinjiro; Shiraishi, Akira; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Gault acknowledges the receipt of Bird's letter of September 18, 1942 (see Dbase #058). He suggests Bird write a letter to Gault's office "stating what you know of the subject and his family and give such facts that you are acquainted with...
Los Angeles (Calif.); University of Judaism; Universities and colleges.; Civic leaders; Philanthropists; Dedication services.; Ceremonies; Gordis, David M.; Rabbis.; Scholars.; College administrators; University campuses;
Jacob and Lena Bornstein Family. Dedicating Faculty Lounge.
Day, George M.; National Japanese American Student Relocation Council; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
O'Brien writes that he is "intrigued" by Day's background of work in Russia and with the War Prisoners, and hopes that the National Student Relocation Council would be able to utilize Day's ability and experience.
Ojai (Calif.); University of Judaism; Camp Ramah.; Jewish camps.; Gordis, David M.; Rabbis.; Scholars.; College administrators; Faculty, University; Leadership.; Community leadership.; Fligelman, Julius, 1895-1980; Tucson (Ariz.);
Tucson Group, West Coast Leadership Conference at Camp Ramah. L to R: Rabbi Henry Fisher, Julius Fligelman, Archie Mendelsohn (President of Anshei Israel, Tucson), Mrs. Mendelsohn, David Gordon, Rabbi David Gordis
College football players; Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994; Whittier College (Whittier, Calif.);
Whittier College Football Team in October 1933. Photograph was taken on campus at Hadley Field.
Pictured Front Row, left to right:
#54 Coach Verne Landreth, #35 Ralph Rich, #60 Kenny Kershner, #28 Geo. La Form, #24 Beryl Notthoff, #4 Bob...