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    • LIFE IN CALIFORNIA: 1930-1950 LIFE IN CALIFORNIA: 1930-1950 Set of 10 Note Cards LIFE IN CALIFORNIA: 1930-1950 SCENE PAINTINGS FROM THE SALLY AND DAVID MARTIN COLLECTION 2008 Santa Barbara Historical Museum © SANTA BARBARA HISTORICAL MUSEUM BOARD OF TRUSTEES Pro ram S ea ers a nvite u nin SANTA BARBARA HISTORICAL MUSEUM EXHIBITION SERIES sents LIFE IN CALIFORNIA: 1930-1950 Jean Stern, an art historian and executive director of The Irvine THIS EXHIBITION IS MADE POSSI SCENE PAINTINGS FROM THE SALLY AND DAVID MARTIN COLLECTION Museum, is a recognized authority THROUGH THE GENEREOUS SUPPO on California Impressionism. He Thursday, September 25, 2008 frequently lectures on this subject, and is the author of numerous books Anonymous and articles, including monographs ILLUSTRATED PROGRAM on artists such as Franz A. Bischoff, 3:00 p.m. Jean Stern Alson S. Clark, Sam Hyde Harris Louise Clarke & John Carbon and Elsie Palmer Payne. The Impressionist Style SCENE PAINTINGS FROM THE SALLY AND DAVID MARTIN COLLECTION Santa Barbara Historical Museum 3:45 p.m. Refreshment Break Astrid & Lawrence T. Hammett 4:00 p.m. Gordon McClelland Life In California: A Journey Through the Exhibition Keith J. Mautino 4:45 p.m. Exhibition Reception Gordon McClelland has curated art exhibitions in America and Europe for Museum Courtyard more than thirty years. The author or Marlene & Warren Miller 5:30 p.m. Exhibition Opening co-author of twelve books relating to California art, he specializes in Museum Sala LIFE IN CALIFORNIA: 1930-1950 LIFE IN CALIFORNIA: 1930-1950 SANTA BARBARA HISTORICAL MUSEUM documenting the California School Eleanor Van Cott 136 East De la Guerra Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 SCENE PAINTINGS FROM THE SALLY AND DAVID MARTIN COLLECTION to of watercolor painters from 1930 SCENE PAINTINGS FROM THE SALLY AND DAVID MARTIN COLLECTION Exhibition catalogue will be available www.santabarbaramuseum.com 1970, and the history of the California citrus industry from 1885 to 1960. September 25, 2008 $50 Museum Members ~ $60 Members’ Guests Reservations required by MasterCard, VISA or check Please RSVP by September 20 805-966 -1601 Life_CA_Invitation.indd 1 8/13/08 10:54:42 AM 8/5/08 12:10:33 PM Life_CA_Invitation.indd 2 Santa Barbara Historical Museum exhibition catalogue, note cards and invitation.
    • SANTA BARBARA HISTORICAL MUSEUM COLLECTORS SERIES COMMITTEE Marilyn DeYoung Chairman Carolyn Amory Penny Bianchi Carol Doane PROGRAM Ann Douglas MARILYN DEYOUNG Shanghai in the 1930s was Susan Fuhrer Chairman a city of glamour and evil, Astrid Hammett and the of gangsters and gambling, of Leslie Hovey chic women and cunning war- SANTA BARBARA HISTORICAL MUSEUM Betsy Lewis SPEAKER lords, Art Deco skyscrapers and Melinda Mars sprawling millionaires’ mansions. The Museum’s Honorary BOARD OF TRUSTEES Wendy Minot During this intriguing era, the Curator of Chinese Costumes, Heloise Power centuries-old way of dressing and Beverley Jackson, has been a Request the honor of your company in welcoming living changed forever. Nancy Read photojournalist, newspaper One never asked why someone Barbara Robinson columnist, philanthropist and BEVERLEY JACKSON came to Shanghai, because every civic leader. A world-renowned Robin Schutte foreigner was presumed to have authority and lecturer on Presenting Stefani Taliaferro something to hide. Chinese culture, she is also a Nancie Taylor-Daley passionate collector of Chinese Shanghai Girl Sherry Tilton Shanghai Girl Gets All Dressed Up period costumes and their Eleanor Van Cott traces the demise of the robes accessories including bound feet Gets All Dressed Up of antiquity and the rise of the Virginia Vanocur slippers, kingfisher jewelry and distinctively daring dresses called Mary Williams Chinese rank badges. Her literary Friday, April 11, 2008 cheongsam, or qi pao. As Shanghai accomplishments include the Peggy Wright fell under the spell of Hollywood authoring of Splendid Slippers: movies, prostitutes and courtesans A Thousand Years of an Erotic 10:30 a.m. were the first to adopt the slinky, Tradition, Kingfisher Blue: Treasures David S. BisolProgram Illustrated pared-down cheongsam, which be- of an Ancient Chinese Art, Historical Museum Sala came a proclamation of freedom by Executive Director Shanghai Girl Gets All Dressed Up the women who wore it. Shanghai and coauthor of Ladder to the Noon Girl Gets All Dressed Up brings the Clouds: Intrigue and Tradition women and their city Gourmet Luncheon in Chinese Rank. to vibrant life. Historical Museum Courtyard Ms. Jackson resides in Santa Barbara, California Please Respond by the Fourth of April and currently divides her time between writing, lecturing Valet parking and traveling the world. Lecture Series invitation, Santa Barbara Historical Museum.
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    • Celebrate the holidays Santa Barbara sty Bring family and friends together for the holidays – bring them home to Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore A Spanish Colonial treasure whose red roof tiles, ivory and graceful archways grace Butterfly Beach in exclusi this classic West Coast resort blends the glory of histor Friends, Four Seasons service in the heart of “America’s Riviera Experience More Offer When you think of the holiday season, perhaps clear blue skies, warm sandy beaches and sun-drenched tropical gardens is not the picture that comes most immediately Stay 3 nights at our Four Seasons Resort The Biltmor available from November 1st to December 21st inclusi to mind. In fact, though, Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara has been *Advance reservations are required. Offer is subject to availability November spreading seaside holiday cheer for generations. We have created a lavish tradition conjunction with any other offer or contract and does not apply to groups. Reso excluding room, tax and third-party services. Credit must be used in conjunc of unforgettable holiday experiences that will make you feel right at home. to charges incurred at the Resort. Credit has no cash value. Balances at check Whether you find yourself gathering family together to savor a traditional holiday feast, toasting the New Year with friends in Ty Lounge, or exchanging gifts with your loved ones around the fireplace in one of our cozy cottages, this historic wonderland in the heart of America’s Riviera is sure to provide the perfect backdrop for creating cherished memories. We invite you to join us during this most special time of year. Sincerely, Holiday Events 2007 inside cover Karen Earp General Manager In Room Dining Available 24 Hours a Day Holiday brochure, Four Seasons Resort, The Biltmore. outside cover
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    • Ensemble Theatre Company Gala invitation and program, 2008. “A Little Night Musicale” Santa Barbara, CA 93120 Post Office Box 2307 Ensemble Theatre Company We ank the following patrons to date for eir support and generosity: Dr. and Mrs. Alan and Ruth Heeger Dr. and Mrs. Peter and Carolyn Novick Mr. and Mrs. Chris and Ann Conway Mr. Warren Elliott and Ms. Polly Griscom Mr. and Mrs. Frederick and Linda Gluck Dr. and Mrs. Daniel and Donna Hone Dr. and Mrs. James and Elinor Langer Mr. and Mrs. Jerry and Helene Beaver Ray and Diane Hester Mr. and Mrs. Michael and Christine Holland Mr. Glenn Jordan and Mr. Michael Stubbs Dr. and Mrs. Terry and Susan Northrop Mr. and Mrs. Bruce and Ida Rickborn Ms. Carol Ann Wilburn and Mr. Charles McClintock A Special Thank You to Bank of the West for their Support Invitation Design graciously donated by Cindy LaVasseur, Garcin Media Group, Santa Barbara Printing by Wilson Printing, Goleta • • Ensemble Theatre Company Post Office Box 2307 Santa Barbara, CA 93120
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    • - ROOM SERVICE MENU - BREAKFAST SELECTIONS JUICES & FRUIT Orange Juice – Apple Juice – Cranberry Juice – Prune Juice Banana – Stewed Prunes – Citrus Sections – Applesauce HOT & COLD CEREALS Oatmeal – Cream of Wheat – Cornflakes – Cheerios – Bran Flakes Raisin Bran – Rice Krispies – Shredded Wheat – Plain Yogurt BREAKFAST SELECTIONS (RENAL) Whole Milk – 2% Milk – Non Fat Milk – Soy Milk BREAKFAST ENTREES Build Your Own Morning Sandwich or Wrap Create Your Own Special Omelet Your choice of a Toasted English Muffin, Whole Wheat Tortilla, A Mixture of 2, 3 or Cholesterol Free Eggs and your Choice of the Following: or choice of bread filled with any of the following: Onions, Bell Peppers, Mushrooms, Vegetables BREAKFAST Way, Crispy Bacon or Ham, Cheddar, Monterrey Jack or Swiss Eggs Your SELECTIONS (DIABETIC) Create Your Own Omelet French Toast Two Pieces of Challah Bread Dipped in Cinnamon Batter, Regular or Cholesterol-free Eggs, with seasonings and any of the following: Your choice of BREAKFAST ENTREES Cheddar, Swiss, mozzarella, Feta or Mixed Cheese, Crispy Bacon, Sausage or Ham Topped with Fresh Berries Served with a Side of Fresh Fruit and Vermont Maple Syrup Fresh Tomatoes, Onions, Bell peppers, Mushrooms, Spinach Build Your Own Morning Sandwich or Wrap Your choice of a Toasted English Muffin, Small Flour Tortilla, French Toast or choice of Bread Two pieces any of the following: (2 carb) filled with of Challah Bread dipped in Cinnamon Batter Fluffy Pancakes Scrambled Eggs, Crispy Bacon or Ham – Cheddar, Monterey, or Swiss Cheese Two homemade Buttermilk Pancakes served Golden Brown Topped with Caramelized Bananas and Raspberry Sauce. Served with a side of Fresh Fruit and Vermont Maple Syrup with Vermont Maple Syrup and Fresh Fruit Create Your Special Omelet May also be filled with Fresh Seasonal Berries upon request A Mixture of 2, 3 or Cholesterol-Free Eggs, and your choice of the following: Buttermilk Pancakes Cheddar, Swiss,home-made Buttermilk Pancakes served golden brown with Two Mozzarella, Feta or Mixed Cheese Crispy Bacon, Sausage or Ham Fresh Fruit and Margarine Vermont Maple Syrup, Fresh Fruit Plate May also be filled with Seasonal Fresh Fruit upon request. Fresh Fruit Assortment, Local Berries, Cottage Cheese, and Breakfast Bread French Toast Eggs Your Way Two pieces of Bread dipped in Cinnamon Batter Your choice of Scrambled, Cholesterol-free, or Hard Boiled Eggs Topped with Diet Syrup (2 carb) Eggs Your Way Served with Fresh Fruit and House Potatoes. Your Choice of Scrambled, Hard Boiled Fluffy Pancakes or Eggs Over Medium California Fresh Fruit Plate Two homemade Buttermilk Pancakes served Golden Brown with Diet Syrup. (2 carb) Low Fat Cottage Cheese, sliced Fresh Fruit, local Berries and Breakfast Bread. Cottage Cheese and Fruit Plate On the Side Sliced Fresh Fruit, Local Berries with Cottage Cheese (3 carb) BAKERY Bacon Strips – Canadian Bacon – Sausage Links – Cottage Cheese Muffin of the Day – Mini Bagel – English Muffin Scrambled Eggs –Your Way Eggs Cholesterol-Free Scrambled Eggs – Cottage Style Potatoes Toast: White – Sourdough Your choice of Scrambled, Hard Boiled or Eggs Over Medium Honey – Jelly – Cream Cheese – Margarine BAKERY Pastry or Muffin of the Day – Mini Bagel – Buttermilk Biscuit – English Muffin Toast: Wheat – White – Rye – Sourdough Honey –ON THE SIDE Cheese – Butter / Margarine – Peanut Butter Jelly – Cream Bacon strips – Canadian Bacon – Scrambled Eggs – Hard Boiled Egg Cottage Style Potatoes (1 carb) Cottage Cheese (1 carb) – Diet Yogurt (1 carb) BAKERY Muffin of the Day – Mini Bagel – Buttermilk Biscuit Toast: White – Sourdough (1 carb) English Muffin (2 carb) Diet Jelly – Cream Cheese – Peanut Butter *Please limit your selection to 3-4 carbohydrate (carb) servings per meal. Cottage Health System Menus, regular and Benefactor.
    • Cottage_peds_menu_revised 5/17/06 10:45 AM Page 2 BREAKFAST (DESYUNO) LUNCH (ALMUERZO) I’m hungry! JUICE & FRUITS (JUGOS Y FRUTAS) SOUP / SALAD (SOPA / ENSALDA) Chicken Noodle (Tallarin con Pollo) • Garden Salad with Ranch Orange Juice (Jugo de Naranja) ¡Tengo hambre! Apple Juice (Jugo de Manzana) ENTREÉS Grape Juice (Jugo de Uva) Jack Cheese Quesadilla with Rice & Beans (con Arroz y Frijoles) Banana (Platano) Pizza: Cheese or Pepperoni (Pizza de Pepperoni o Queso) Orange Slices (Secciones de Naranja) Macaroni and Cheese (Queso Fundido con Pasta) Applesauce (Pure de Manzanas) Grilled Cheese Sandwich (Sandwich de Queso Fundido) Chicken Nuggets (Piesas de Pollo) HOT & COLD CEREALS (CEREALES CALIENTES Y FRIOS) Hamburger or Cheeseburger (Hamburguesa o Hamburguesa con Queso) Oatmeal (Avena) • Cream of Wheat (Crema de Trigo) French Fries (Papas Fritas) • Fresh Fruit (Fruta Fresca) • Garden Vegetable Cheerios • Rice Krispies • Cornflakes SANDWICHES ENTREÉS Breads (Panes): White (Pan Blanco) • Wheat (Pan de Trigo) Cheese Omelet with Salsa (Omelet de Queso y Salsa) Mustard • Mayonnaise • Lettuce • Tomato Scrambled Eggs (Huevos Revueltos) Meats (Carne): Ham (Jamon) • Turkey (Pavo) Hard-Boiled Egg (Huevo Cosido) Cheese (Queso): American • Swiss • Cheddar French Toast with Syrup (Pan de Huevo con Miel) Fillings (Relleno): Tuna Salad (Ensalada de Tuna) Pancakes with Syrup (Panqueques con Miel) Egg Salad (Ensalada de Huevo) • Peanut Butter & Jelly Bacon (Tocino Dorado) • Sausage (Salchicha) FRUIT AND DESSERTS (FRUTAS Y POSTRES) Hash Brown Potatoes (Papas Estilo Casero) Applesauce (Pure de Manzanas) • Fruit Cup (Taza de Fruta) BAKERY (PANES) Apple Pie (Pastel de Manzana) • Cottage Cheese (Requeson) Muffin of the Day (Panquesito del Dia) • Biscuit (Bizcocho) Apple (Manzana) • Banana • Yogurt • Gelatin (Gelatina) Chocolate Brownie (Brownie de Chocolate) White Toast • Wheat Toast Chocolate Pudding (Pudín) • Vanilla Pudding (Pudín) Mini Bagel with Cream Cheese (con Queso Crema) Chocolate Chip Cookie • Sugar (Azúcar) Cookie Corn Tortilla (Tortilla de Maiz) • Flour Tortilla (Tortilla de Arina) Animal Crackers (Galletas de Animalitos) • Chocolate Chip Ice Cream BEVERAGES (BEBIDAS) Vanilla Ice Cream • Orange Sherbet (Helado de Naranja) 2% Milk (Leche Baja en Crema) • Whole Milk (Leche Entera) BEVERAGES (BEBIDAS) Nonfat Milk (Leche Descremada) • Hot Chocolate 2% Milk (Leche Baja en Crema) • Whole Milk (Leche Entera) Chocolate Milk (Leche de Chocolate) Nonfat Milk (Leche Descremada) • Fruit Juice (Jugo de Fruta) Gatorade: Fruit Punch Chocolate Milk (Leche de Chocolate) Cottage Hospital Children’s Menu Milkshakes (Malteadas): Chocolate or Vanilla Gatorade: Fruit Punch ROOM: _________ NAME: ____________________________ ROOM: _________ NAME: ___________________________ Cottage Hospital Children’s Menu.
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    • you are there because every moment And every day, in so many ways, Enduring spirit. Teamwork. Caring means compassion. Skill. Every day you practice the art of caring. The Art of Caring The Art of Caring Every day you practice the art of caring. Caring means compassion. Skill. Enduring spirit. Teamwork. And every day, in so many ways, you are there because every moment matters to those in need. The Art of Caring Thank you. Celebrating National Nurses Week and May 6 - 12 Every day you practice the art of caring. National Hospital & Healthcare Week May 8 - 14 Caring means compassion. Skill. Enduring spirit. Teamwork. And every day, in so many ways, you are there because every moment matters to those in need. Thank you. Celebrating National Nurses Week and May 6-12 National Hospital & Healthcare Week May 8-14 National Nurses, Hospital and Healthcare Week campaign, Tenet Healthcare, 2005.
    • Logo designs, Tenet Healthcare.
    • Miramar Systems t-shirt design for trade show.
    • For making this inspiring event possible we would like to especially thank for their generous donations: Prudential California Realty Venoco, Inc. Santa Barbara Bank & Trust Ann Jackson Family Foundation Remembering ~ and ~ Anonymous September 11th Laurie Berg Hutton Foundation Montecito Bank and Trust Raytheon Company Santa Barbara Foundation Marshall King Sherrill Tenet Healthcare Corporation FRIENDS OF SANTA BARBARA SINGS Santa Barbara Sings is deeply grateful to you, our Santa Laura & Edwin Allbritton, Joanne & Aladar Ando, Anonymous, Barbara community, for joining us Dr. Gilbert & Carol Ashor, J.William & Helene Beaver, Jill Bishop, in an evening of remembrance and Jeffrey & Patricia Cotter, F. Gene & Rosemary Dixon, Jennifer Duffy, gratitude. Let us never forget the David & Ann Dwelley, Electro-Mechanical Repair, First American Title message from Jason Seymour’s Co., Clinton & Jeanette France, Alice Gondjian, David & Linda Hughes, mother, a passenger on Flight 11: Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Laura & Edward Inks, Errol Jahnke, Tina Jordan, Donald & Carol Kosterka, Dora Anne Little, Peter & Sally Lombrozo, Richard & Linda Lynn, R. Bruce & Natalie McFadden, David McKee, Penfield & Smith, Professional Musicians Association Local #38, Go Travel M. I. & Joyce Ritchie, Paula Rudolph, Mary Louise Sanchez, C.William Schlosser, Dr. Jack & Anitra Sheen, John & Hanne Sonquist, W. Van R. Speed away with the yearnings Spaulding, Julie Steckel, Jeanne Thayer, Sandra Scott Tyler, Lisa & Todd Van Reject familiar presentiments Deusen, Bettine & Lawrence Wallin, Mimi Walston, Don & Siu Zimmerman Against foreign scenes, forget Parents with predicaments and to those whose services made this event possible And treasured complacencies Cox Communications Santa Barbara News-Press Accept the tones of evanescence June Beallor Productions Metropolitan Theater Corporation, Arlington Theater Fathom even newness dashing Kinko’s Along your way and shiver Ventura Printing With delight when a city flashes Wilson Printing Like a star across a river Santa Barbara City Police, Santa Barbara City Fire Department, Santa Barbara County Sheriff, Santa Barbara County Fire Department, Make joy with every enchantment California Highway Patrol, American Red Cross, U.S. National Color Guard And push it through a happy Wicket, but solemnly swear to leave Marty Blum, Lois Capps, Mike Cooley, Bruce Corwin, David Edelman & Cox Community 8 Crew, Emanuel Lutheran Church, First Presbyterian All familiar mores behind with Church, Flag Factory, Garcin Media Group, Barbara Hirsch,The The bucket in the covered well Independent, Jensen Audio Visual, KDB, KEYT, KLITE 101.7 Catherine & Gary, KRUZ 103.3 Bill Pesso, Dave La Delfa, Lunars Pro Sound & David Dejong Lighting, Marborg Industries, Martin David Design, Carol Roberts, Santa Barbara Parks Department, Santa Barbara Production Services, Jason Seymour, Christoph Snell,Television Academy of Arts and Sciences, United Boys and Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County, Christina Zellet and finally to Jo Anne Wasserman and the members of Santa Barbara Sings Opera Santa Barbara Chorus Quire of Voyces Santa Barbara Choral Society Santa Barbara Master Chorale Santa Barbara Symphony Santa Barbara Sings logo design; poster for Arlington event.
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    • Logo design, bio-medical product, Live Tissue Connect, Santa Barbara, CA
    • Logo design, Santa Barbara film and video production company.
    • Logo design, private ranch.
    • Logo design for a medical device company, Santa Rosa, CA.
    • Logo design, Alure Medical, Inc., San Diego, CA.
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    • Logo and web page design for a medical device company developing a percutaneous aortic tissue valve prosthesis, Santa Rosa, CA.
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