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The collection consists of correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, manuscripts, books and photographs.
San Diego State University's Mediterranean Garden Project Collection chronicles the development and implementation of a campus garden showcasing plants of the Mediterranean climate. There are five Mediterranean climate zones around the world, and all five zones are represented in the garden. The collection includes the initial grant proposal, meeting notes, history of the project, web page presentation, photographs, slides, and compact discs.
The Abraham Nasatir Papers consist of correspondence, articles by and about Abraham and Ida Nasatir, photographs, newspaper clippings, materials from various Jewish institutions in San Diego, items about Nasatir Hall at SDSU, and materials on the destruction of the Nasatirs' home the and rescue of their papers.
The Ida Nasatir Papers consist of her press clippings, book reviews, correspondence, speeches, and obituaries she wrote for Jewish community members. The collection also includes a yellow star that reads "Juif" that was worn by a French holocaust survivor and given to Nasatir during a visit to Paris.
The Rene Nuñez Memorial Collection, assembled after Nuñez's death, documents his work in promoting educational equity and parent involvement, and his help in founding the Chicano Studies Department at SDSU. Filed alphabetically, the collection includes educational treatises, academic papers, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and materials relating to Nuñez's memorial service at San Diego State University. The collection dates from 1968 to 2008.
The Dr. Seymour Okmin Collection consists primarily of photographs and negatives, most of which were taken by Dr. Okmin. A large photographic scrapbook and album are also included, in addition to newspaper articles, correspondence, newsletters, and materials pertaining to lodge business.