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Friedland (William) papers
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  • Language of Material: English
    Contributing Institution: University of California, Santa Cruz
    Title: William Friedland papers
    creator: Friedland, William H.
    Identifier/Call Number: MS.076
    Physical Description: 34.25 Linear Feet 31 boxes
    Date (inclusive): circa 1960-2017
    Physical Location: Collection stored, in part, off-site at NRLF: Advance notice is required for access.


    MAY CONTAIN RESTRICTED MATERIALS. This collection has not been processed. Special Collections staff must review this material prior to access. Please contact Special Collections and Archives in advance to request access.

    Conditions Governing Use

    Property rights for this collection reside with the University of California. Literary rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. The publication or use of any work protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use for research or educational purposes requires written permission from the copyright owner. Responsibility for obtaining permissions, and for any use rests exclusively with the user. For more information on copyright or to order a reproduction, please visit guides.library.ucsc.edu/speccoll/reproduction-publication.

    Preferred Citation

    William Friedland papers. MS 76. Special Collections and Archives, University Library, University of California, Santa Cruz.

    Scope and Contents

    Collection includes student conducted interviews, field notes, audio cassettes regarding migrant farm labor, manuscripts, publication and research files, correspondence, and administrative files relating to the Community Studies program at UCSC.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Migrant agricultural laborers
    University of California, Santa Cruz