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The Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics
The full text of hundreds of original Grateful Dead rock songs, accompanied by "an analysis section, which ... provide[s] technical information on the lyrics construction and some potential avenues for interpretation." Also features thematic essays, a bibliography, and discographies of the Grateful Dead, Jerry Garcia, Bob Weir, Robert Hunter, Mickey Hart, and Phil Lesh. Created by librarian David Dodd.
University of California, Santa Cruz . The Division of the Arts

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Arboretum Gallery
A browsable collection of nearly 50 photographs of flowers taken in Santa Cruz and throughout the world.
University of California, Santa Cruz . The Arboretum

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The Cultivar Newsletter
Published by the Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems at the University of California, Santa Cruz, this newsletter reports on research and activities at the center and includes "updates on sustainable agriculture topics, literature reviews, calendar section, and gardening information." The site includes issues from 1998 to the present.
UC Santa Cruz

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Dream Pictures: Branson DeCou Archive
A browsable collection of nearly 1,500 painted lantern slides of Italy (most likely taken in the 1920s and early 1930s). Includes images of "Rome, Venice, and Florence, and picturesque tourist destinations like the Ligurian and Amalfi rivieras and the Alpine hills and lakes of the North." Also features a brief biography of DeCou, a bibliography, and information on lantern slides.
University of California, Santa Cruz . The University Library

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Erik Lauritzen Photographs, 1972-
An exhibit of photographs from an archive devoted to Erik Lauritzen. Includes images of a dozen photographs (mostly from the 1990s), a brief biography of the photographer, and a guide to the materials in the archive. A reviewer (quoted on the site) describes Lauritzen's work as consisting of "images that are so tightly composed that the abstract arrangement of the pieces resemble paintings." From Special Collections and Archives, University Library, University of California, Santa Cruz.
University of California, Santa Cruz . Special Collections and Archives, University Library

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An Exhibit From the Trianon Press Archive
Exhibit about Trianon Press, a French publisher "widely regarded as having created the finest facsimiles of works of William Blake, as well as works of other artists such as ... Duchamp and Shahn." Contains a checklist and images of publications, a biography and photos of founder Arnold Fawcus, and information on the collotype and pochoir printing techniques.
University of California, Santa Cruz . Special Collections and Archives, University Library

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The Hihn-Younger Archive
Website of an archive devoted to Santa Cruz, California, entrepreneur F.A. Hihn and Charles Bruce Younger Sr., Hihn's attorney. "A German immigrant to California's Gold Rush, F.A. Hihn is considered by many as the County's most influential entrepreneur, from arrival in Santa Cruz (1851) to his death (1913)." Contains biographies and family trees, photos, and material about correspondence files.
University of California, Santa Cruz . The University Library

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In Pursuit of Peace: An Exhibit From the Earle and Akie Reynolds Archive
Exhibit devoted to Earle Reynolds (1910-1998), an "anthropologist, Quaker, and world-renowned peace activist who skippered the yacht Phoenix into waters in the South Pacific declared off limits during the 1958 Eniwetok Atoll nuclear bomb tests." Contains a biography of Earle, photographs of Earle and his family, and a guide to the materials in the archive.
University of California, Santa Cruz . Special Collections and Archives, University Library

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An Introduction to the Marcel Sedletzky Archive
Website of an archive of materials from this Russian-born architect who was "active on the Central Coast of California from the late 1950's into the 1990's." Includes a brief biography, annotated photographs of homes designed by Sedletzky in areas such as Big Sur and Carmel, California, and a guide to the materials in the archive.
University of California, Santa Cruz . Special Collections and Archives, University Library

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KZSC Santa Cruz
Site of the "non-commercial, educational public radio station [88.1 FM]" located at the University of California at Santa Cruz. The site includes audio of radio broadcasts, streaming, program schedules, events information, and guidelines for volunteering.
KZSC Santa Cruz

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Lou Harrison: Prelude to His Archive at UCSC
Website of an archive devoted to this 20th century American "composer, artist, poet, calligraphist, [and] peace activist," who "was recognized for his percussion music, alternative tunings and blend of Asian and western styles." Features a brief biography, photographs, images of manuscripts of scores composed by Harrison, links to related resources, and a guide to the materials in the archive.
University of California, Santa Cruz . Special Collections and Archives, University Library

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Media Services: Glossary
A browsable glossary of terms related to the study of "digital" or "new multimedia," "a relatively new and broad subject area that combines traditional image-production techniques (like film and video) with an understanding of digital images, the computers and software used to produce them, and the networks through which they can be shared." From the Department of Media Services, University of California, Santa Cruz.
University of California, Santa Cruz . The Department of Media Services

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Our Mutual Friend: The Scholarly Pages
Website devoted to "Our Mutual Friend" (1864-1865), the last novel completed by Charles Dickens. Contains scholarly articles and bibliographies, and images of the novel's original woodcut illustrations. Also features biographical accounts of Dickens, correspondence from the author, contemporary reviews, essays and photographs concerning life in London during 1865, and a gallery of "advertisements from the original serial parts" of the novel.
University of California, Santa Cruz . The Dickens Project

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Patchenobelia: From Archives of Kenneth Patchen @ UCSC
Website of an archive devoted to this American poet, author, and artist. Includes images of artwork and "painted poems," audio of Patchen reading his work, a list of Patchen's works, quotes, and a guide to the materials in the archive.
University of California, Santa Cruz . Special Collections and Archives, University Library

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The Quantitative Study of Dreams
Contains materials for conducting "scientific studies of dream meaning using a system of content analysis" developed by psychologist Calvin S. Hall. Includes instructions for the Hall/Van de Castle coding system, forms for coding dreams, a collection of dream reports, articles, and findings of studies that used the system. Also features a FAQ on dreams, and a brief biography of Hall.
University of California, Santa Cruz . The Department of Psychology

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Regional History Project at the University Library
"The Regional History Project has been documenting the history of the Central Coast of California and the institutional history of UC Santa Cruz since 1963, through oral history. This web site includes the complete catalog of our collection, a photo gallery of historical images of the Central Coast of California, [and] oral history resources." Contains selected oral histories in full text, with emphasis on agriculture and Lick Observatory.
the University of California, Santa Cruz

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The Rowland Collection
Website of an archive devoted to Santa Cruz, California, historians Jeannette and Leon Rowland. Contains searchable transcriptions of approximately 10,000 index cards of research notes by the Rowlands, "pertaining to the history of Santa Cruz and its people, from pre-Statehood to the middle of the 20th century." Also includes biographical information on the Rowlands, and a bibliography of works by Leon Rowland.
University of California, Santa Cruz . Special Collections and Archives, University Library

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Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group (SCPBRG) Raptor Learning Web
Contains information on the basic biology and behavior of birds of prey. Includes photographs and fact sheets on the peregrine falcon, bald eagle, golden eagle, and prairie falcon. Also features a FAQ, a glossary, quizzes, and a section for teachers.
University of California, Santa Cruz . The Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group (SCPBRG)

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Satyajit Ray Film and Study Collection
Contains a biography, filmography, articles, quotes from critics, and a list of books by and about Satyajit Ray. Also features artwork by the Indian film director.
the University of California, Santa Cruz

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The UC Atlas of Global Inequality
"The Atlas explores the interaction between global integration (globalization) and inequality and provides maps, graphics and data." Searchable by keyword; and browsable by country and region, topic (economy, education, gender, health, population, technology and media), and year (1960 through 2000). Includes a glossary of related terms, and bibliography.
University of California, Santa Cruz . The Center for Global, International and Regional Studies (CGIRS)

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UC Santa Cruz Currents Online
Online edition of the newspaper of the University of California, Santa Cruz. Contains articles on campus news and research, classified ads, profiles of new faculty, and reports of news stories featuring UCSC faculty. Searchable and browsable back to the 1996-1997 academic year.
UC Santa Cruz

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