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Photo Calendar Creator 7.25 Serial 18



EZ Photo Calendar Creator 4.0 allows you to easily create and print personalized photo calendars using your pictures and events. Create 6 Different Types of Calendars including; Annual, Monthly, Wall, Mini Wall, Desk, and CD Display Case. Choose from a




Photo Calendar Creator 7.25 Serial 18



Photo calendar software for rapid and easy creation of personalized photo calendars for home or office including annual, monthly, wall, desktop and pocket calendars. Choose from 100 professional templates, add various photos and customize holidays.


Easily add your events such as birthdays, anniversaries, and more. The software stores your events making it even easier to create next years calendar. Main Features: -Add captions to your photos. -Import dates from a csv file.


Create beautiful photo calendars for a year or month! Using the Calendar Maker software, you can quickly create stylish, professional-looking calendars with photos. All elements of your calendar can be customized.


Photo Calendar Studio is a program to design and print calendars with your own photos. The calendar should be applied on images, their own holidays, celebrations, name and other important days.


Check out the Best Calendar Creator software out there! This calendar creator makes a calendar with holidays for many countries for any year or month, with print option and rich customization features. This software has been featured in magazines


Vintage toy lot including metal Twinkle Toes Ballet dancer in original box marked Lewis Marx & Co, 5.5"H x 2.75"W. Stuffed dog push toy, fur worn and hole underneath showing straw stuffing 15.5"H x 19"L x 8.5"D. Marionette clown in original box marked Hazelle's Marionettes #201. Early Ideal wire and composite doll marked Ideal Doll Company, 12"T, crack on side and back of neck. Mickey and Minnie Mouse tea set in original box made in Japan, one tea cup missing, each item has a different scene, 6 saucers, 5 cups, 6 plates, sugar, creamer, teapot, original box is 3.5"H x 12.5"W x 11"D and is labeled Nifty Toy Tea sets, Geo Borgfeldt Corporation NY. 3 political buttons, Ike / Nixon .75", Elect Ottviano treasurer 1", He's my Uncle Sam pin. Small plastic like figure of Sir Walter Raleigh 2"H x 1.5"W. 152 Vintage Planet of the Apes cards with puzzle piece backs. Baseball cards from 60s and 70s please see photos for details. Flexible child's wooden bead toy 3.5"H x 5.5"H x 2"D. Walt Disney Dopey bank composite material, some paint chips marked Walt Disney enterprises 7.25"H x 3.25"W.


Vinyl records and record player. GE model V301A serial 3234D working record player for 33 and 45 rpms, approx 25 45 rpm records in carrying case, approx 35 78and 33 rpm records, plus 15 collections includes children's, Mr. Rogers, Jazz, Classical etc. Please see photos for more details.


Bay area blues musician and artist Charles E. Banks (1938-2000) was born Charles Edward Banks in Taylorville, Illinois, December 4, 1938.The Charles E. Banks Papers include assorted biographical material, concert flyers, posters, programs, song lists, club advertisements, entertainment calendars, reproductions of artwork, photographs, handwritten poems, and three audiocassettes featuring Blues on Tap's live and studio recordings.Dates: 1956-2000 Collection number: MS 213 Creator: Banks, Charles E. Collection Size: .75 linear feet (1 box + 1 oversized box) Guide to the Charles E. Banks PapersAvailable at the African American Museum & Library at Oakland (AAMLO)We encourage researchers to contact AAMLO before visiting so that we can be prepared to assist you. Please call 510-637-2000 or email aamlo@oaklandlibrary.org to arrange an appointment or inquire about access.


The Flatlands newspaper collection consists of 34 issues of The Flatlands newspaper printed from 1966-1968. The newspaper consists of news and op-ed articles, profiles, photographs, and events calendars mostly related to poverty, education, housing, police brutality, and politics in East and West Oakland.View online itemsDates: 1966-1968 Collection number: MS 197 Collector: Oakland Public Library (Calif.) Collection Size: 2 linear feet (1 oversized box) Guide to the The Flatlands Newspaper CollectionAvailable at the African American Museum & Library at Oakland (AAMLO)We encourage researchers to contact AAMLO before visiting so that we can be prepared to assist you. Please call 510-637-2000 or email aamlo@oaklandlibrary.org to arrange an appointment or inquire about access.


The Hackett family immigrated to San Francisco in 1885, when James Alexander Hackett along with his wife, Alice, and daughter, Sadie, came to San Francisco in search of employment at the advice of his first cousin, Charles Calvin Petty, a pastor at Starr King Zion Church in San Francisco, California. Two brothers of James Alexander, Sylvester R. and Charles C. Hackett, would both also move to California. James Alexander and Alice Hackett (née Hickerson) were one of the first African American families to settle in Alameda, California, where they eventually constructed a house at 1608 Union St. and resided with their twelve children, Sadie, Nora, Myrtle, Luther, Arthur J., Latrecia, Paul, Teresa, Lincoln, Alice E., Grace E., and Josephine.The Hackett Family Papers consist of mostly portrait photographs of family members and friends and assorted printed material that includes short biographies of members of the family, a photocopy of a diploma of Tyra D. Hackett, an appointment book, and a collection of calendars.View online itemsTitle: Hackett Family papers Dates: 1882-1975 Collection number: MS 25 Collection Size: .5 linear feet (1 box + 1 oversized box) Guide to the Hackett Family PapersAvailable at the African American Museum & Library at Oakland (AAMLO)We encourage researchers to contact AAMLO before visiting so that we can be prepared to assist you. Please call 510-637-2000 or email aamlo@oaklandlibrary.org to arrange an appointment or inquire about access.


Correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia of Corporal Homer J. Aubry, relating to his service in Company K, 363rd Infantry, American Expeditionary Forces, during the first World War. The bulk of the collection consists of letters from Corporal Aubry to his mother, Mrs. Joseph Aubry. Also included: letters to his brothers, Alfred A. and Lawrence, and letters to him from his mother and his aunt, Mrs. Hough; photographs of his service in France; certificate of appointment to rank of Corporal; honorable discharge; holiday menus; french language guides; newspaper clippings; welcome home button and program; Catholic prayer book; playing cards; notebook listing all letters he wrote during his time in France; a program for the eleven-year reunion of his company; two maps of France; and a calendar of the correspondence and military service chronology created by an unknown family member at a later date.(OHC MSS AUBRY)7 folders, .2 linear feetCorrespondence arranged chronologically.Go here for a more detailed description of this collection's contents. Available at Oakland History Center, Main Library.


Joseph Lewis Walton was an ironworker on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge during its construction in the 1930s. Walton's daughter, Sandra M. Flinton, assembled this collection from Walton's photo albums. Some of the photos show Walton at work on the bridge and are so indicated. (OHC COLL 2019-11)The collection contains 77 black-and-white photographs ranging in size from 3 x 4.5 in. to 4.75 x 7.25 in.Available at Oakland History Center, Main Library.


Illustrated annual calendars with an Oakland theme; mostly photographs, some drawings; issued by various public and private entities.(OHC COLL 2020-1)1 box (.42 linear feet)Available at Oakland History Center, Main Library.


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