Finding Aid to the Willa K. Baum Papers, 1940-2006

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Finding Aid to the Willa K. Baum Papers, 1940-2006

Collection Number: BANC MSS 2008/114

The Bancroft Library



University of California, Berkeley

Berkeley, California
Finding Aid Written By:
Crystal Miles
Date Completed:
January 2014
© 2014 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.

Collection Summary

Collection Title: Willa K. Baum papers
Date (inclusive): 1940-2006
Collection Number: BANC MSS 2008/114
Creators : Baum, Willa K.
Extent: Number of containers: 4 cartons, 2 boxes, 2 oversize boxes, 1 oversize folder Linear feet: 8
Repository: The Bancroft Library
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California, 94720-6000
Phone: (510) 642-6481
Fax: (510) 642-7589
Email: bancref@library.berkeley.edu
URL: http://bancroft.berkeley.edu/
Abstract: The Papers of Willa K. Baum document both her personal and professional life as a longtime resident of the Berkeley community and director of the Regional Oral History office (ROHO) at UC Berkeley. In addition to being a pioneer in the field of oral history and internationally revered in her profession, Willa was the mother of six children, a beloved friend, sister, daughter, partner, and teacher, all of which is reflected in the collection of her personal papers spanning from 1940 to 2006. This collection has been divided into four series: Correspondence; Personal Records; Academic Papers; and Professional Records. All four series give insight into the passion Baum had for her work and her family and friends. One colleague said in reference to Willa, "All time is precious, not to be wasted," which is shown clearly through her records of traveling, raising six children, writing leading books on the profession of oral history, sustaining lifelong friendships, and leading an oral history department that would create some of the most valuable work in its field in the country.
Languages Represented: Collection materials are in English
Physical Location: Many of the Bancroft Library collections are stored offsite and advance notice may be required for use. For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Information for Researchers

Access

Collection is open for research.

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Restrictions also apply to digital representations of the original materials. Use of digital files is restricted to research and educational purposes.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Willa K. Baum Papers, BANC MSS 2008/114, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Alternate Forms Available

There are no alternate forms of this collection.

Related Collections

Records of the Regional Oral History Office, CU-12.3
Conversations with Willa Baum, director of the Regional Oral History Office, UC Berkeley, BANC MSS 2013/219

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Baum, Willa K.--Archives
Regional Cultural History Project (University of California, Berkeley)
Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office
Oral history--United States
Oral history--Methodology

Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

The Willa K. Baum Papers were given to The Bancroft Library by Marc Baum on May 8, 2008.

Accruals

No additions are expected.

System of Arrangement

Arranged to the folder level.

Processing Information

Processed by Crystal Miles in 2013.

Biographical Information

Willa K. Baum was a leader in the field of oral history for much of her long life, as well as the mother of six children, a dedicated friend, partner, sister and daughter. She was greatly respected in her profession and in the Berkeley community. Willa dedicated almost half of a century to the Regional Oral History Office (ROHO) at the University of California, Berkeley, becoming its director in 1958 after several years as a transcriber, interviewer, and editor. Willa also published numerous manuals and articles on the discipline of oral history (including the still widely used book, Oral History for the Local Historical Society, first published in 1969), and was a founding member of the Oral History Association (OHA). Those who knew her personally saw her as an organizer and a brilliant, yet humble woman who never took no for an answer. Over her years at ROHO, Willa led the office from a two person operation with few resources (under $15,000) to a leader in the field, with 33 employees, a $500,000 budget, and a catalog of over 1,600 oral histories.
Willa was born Willa Klug on October 4, 1926 in Chicago, Illinois to Wilhelm Frederick Klug, an osteopathic doctor from Austria, and Dorothy (Hampton) Klug, a homemaker from Nebraska. She had one sister, Gretchen Klug, and they would always have a close relationship. Willa's father died when she was between six and seven years old, which started the series of moves that her mother would make with both Willa and her sister. They traveled across Western Europe where Willa attended boarding school, then lived in New York City for a short period of time where she attended the Rudolph Steiner School. After leaving New York they lived in various towns across the mid-west finally settling in Ramona, California when Willa was in the sixth grade where they lived until she graduated from high school. Willa recalled that although her mother had very little money, she always managed to scrape together enough to take care of her daughters and to ensure they received the best education possible.
Upon graduation from high school, Willa chose to continue her education at Whittier College. She became a star student, excelling in history. Willa had always shown academic talent, but she had an array of interests beyond school. She loved theater, played the trombone, and wrote for her high school paper and for a local paper in Whittier for which she wrote a social column. During her undergraduate days she worked as a teacher's assistant and thought that she may go on to study law. Instead she received a full scholarship to Mills College in Oakland to study for a master's degree in history. She took the opportunity after graduating from Whittier College in 1947 and relocated to the Bay Area. While a graduate student, Willa worked as an assistant for several professors and taught English language courses to foreign students at an Oakland adult school. After completing her M.A. in history in 1950, Willa received a scholarship to study at U.C. Berkeley in the Department of History's doctoral program, where she was one of two women. While there, she worked as a teacher's assistant and continued teaching English language classes in the evening, thinking she would pursue a career in teaching.
In 1952 the inception of what would become the Regional Oral History Office (ROHO) was created when several academics at U.C. Berkeley set out to create an oral history of Alice B. Toklas. James Hart and George Stewart, both professors of English at U.C. Berkeley, worked with George Hammond, then Director of the Bancroft Library, to record Toklas's interview and transcribe the tapes which would then be a tool for research in addition to papers relating to Gertrude Stein held at the Bancroft Library. Upon completion, Hart and Stewart went to the Academic Senate with a proposal for a project to record the stories of historically important Californians. U.C. President Robert Gordon Sproul agreed to take funds from his own budget to pay for an oral history of former U.C. Regent John Francis Neylan with the intention of gaining information on the subject of the loyalty oath in which Neylan had been involved.
During the time that the oral history project was in its very early stage, Willa Klug had met and married Paul Baum. She became pregnant in 1952 and took a year off of school to have her baby because she was, as she said later, "embarrassed" to walk around campus while pregnant. After a year in New York with her in-laws, and a newborn baby (Marc), Willa and her family returned to Berkeley and her doctoral studies. She continued to teach English language courses in the evening, complete coursework toward her doctorate, and take care of her family. It was at this time that Corinne Gilb, another doctoral student at U.C. Berkeley, was hired to work on the interview of Regent Neylan and recommended Willa for another part-time position. By 1954 Willa was working a few hours a week transcribing for the oral history project, then called the Regional Cultural History Project (later ROHO), and had given birth to her second child, Eric.
In 1955 the Regional Cultural History Project (RCHP) gained momentum, a committee was formed to supervise the project, and together Willa Baum and Corinne Gilb started to build a methodology to create successful oral histories. They listened to tapes of interviews they had recorded and drew up an outline of rules, creating an oral history methodology and guideline. Although they had not created the first oral history office in the U.S. (Columbia University's oral history department was created in 1948), they were present in the early stages and helped shape what the field would become. By 1956 Willa was focusing ever more energy on oral histories and, in combination with having another child (Rachel) and needing to work to support her family, her formal education became less important to her, and she decided to quit the doctoral program.
In 1956 and 1957, RCHP was low on funding and had a lack of faculty participation, making the future of its existence uncertain. The passion Willa had for creating and maintaining the oral history project had grown and she refused to let it fail. Together with her small team, she tirelessly sought out faculty members and donors who would support the project. In 1958 Willa took the title of Director of RCHP and by 1960 the project had eighty-five interviews completed or in process in areas of university history, law and politics, business, literature, conservation, art, welfare, and more. Corinne Gilb had left, but Amelia "Chita" Fry, Edna Daniel, and Suzanne Riess had joined Willa in building one of the most prevalent oral history projects in the country.
In 1965 RCHP was renamed the Regional Oral History Project and became an official division of the Bancroft Library. It was not long after this that Willa made the decision to focus all of her attention on her work as an oral historian at ROHO and her family, and she gave up her teaching job. By 1973 Willa had three more children: Brandon (born 1960), Noah (born 1966), and Anya (born 1972), and she would end up divorcing their father, Paul Baum, in 1981. All the while her work at ROHO moved forward. She was able to acquire individual donations and grants, which enabled her small staff to continue their efforts in producing oral histories, all the while having to work their way through bureaucratic hoops to get the work done. Although there where continual changes in funding, committees, technology, bureaucracy, and office locations, ROHO was able to not only survive, but flourish under Willa's leadership for the next thirty-six years. By the time she retired in 2001, Willa had taken ROHO from a handful of staff with no funds to over 30 staff members and 1,600 oral histories, while setting the standards for what oral history is as a discipline. Upon retirement, she earned the Berkeley citation, the university's highest honor, and the Bancroft Library's Hubert Howe Bancroft Award, in recognition of her many contributions. Willa passed away on May 16, 2006, due to complications from back surgery.

Scope and Content of Collection

The Papers of Willa K. Baum document both her personal and professional life as a longtime resident of the Berkeley community and director of the Regional Oral History office (ROHO) at U.C. Berkeley. In addition to being a pioneer in the field of oral history and internationally revered in her profession, Willa was the mother of six children, a beloved friend, sister, daughter, partner, and teacher, all of which is reflected in the collection of her personal papers spanning from 1940 to 2006. This collection has been divided into four series: Correspondence; Personal Records; Academic Papers; and Professional Records. All four series give insight into the passion Willa had for her work and her family and friends. One colleague said in reference to Willa, "All time is precious, not to be wasted," which is shown clearly through her records of traveling, raising six children, writing leading books on the profession of oral history, sustaining lifelong friendships, and leading an oral history department that would create some of the most valuable work in its field in the country.
The correspondence files in this collection, located in Series 1, capture the details of Willa's relationships with friends and family during most of her adult life, from 1943 to 2006. Her close relationship with her sister, Gretchen Klug, and lifelong friend, Ada Babine ("Red"), is shown here through extensive correspondence spanning over six decades. This series also consists of letters from her children: Marc, Eric, Rachel, Brandon, Noah, and Anya, former husband, Paul Baum, mother, Dorothy Klug, colleagues that became close friends, and international students that kept in touch after they returned to their home countries. Through these letters we are given insight into joyous occasions like births and professional milestones, and sadness through the death of one of her children and the dissolution of marriage, all painting the landscape of complex human life.
Series 2 consists of miscellaneous personal records including: notebooks; biographical materials such as resumes, a copy of Willa's biography in the "Who's Who of American Women" publication, and interview excerpts; various awards and recognitions; newspaper clippings; photographs; and a scrapbook from her young adult years (1947 - 1958). Willa had a wide range of interests including theatre and travel, and had an active social life, which is reflected in this series.
Series 3 documents Willa's academic career from her time as an undergraduate at Whittier College (1943 - 1947) to her graduate studies at the University of California, Berkeley Department of History in the early 1950s. This series consists of coursework, term papers, and exams from her time as a student. Also included is a yearbook from Whittier College (1947) and drafts of her master's thesis. Willa's academic papers show her knowledge and background in United States History and her dedication to her education.
A major aspect of Willa Baum's life work was as an oral historian and as director of ROHO at U.C. Berkeley for 43 years. Series 4 of this collection shows a glimpse of this work as well as her work as a teacher of English to foreign-born adults through public adult education schools in Oakland, California. This series includes educational materials that she wrote for teaching English and her published works on the field of Oral History, as well as correspondence, miscellaneous organizational records, subject files, photographs relating to work, a scrapbook from her retirement in 2000, and a Berkeley Citation Award.

Container List

 

Series 1 Correspondence 1943 - 2006

Physical Description: Carton 1; Carton 2, folders 1 - 38.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Scope and Content Note

This series has been broken down into individual files by name and organized in alphabetical order. Where there have been less than four incoming or outgoing letters correspondence has been filed in alphabetical miscellany files, with the exception of incoming postcards, which are filed separately at the end of the series.
Carton 1, Folder 1

A - Miscellaneous 1951 - 2000

Carton 1, Folder 2 - 4

Babine, Ada "Red" 1948 - 2004

Carton 1, Folder 5

Baum [Miscellaneous] circa 1945 - 2005

Carton 1, Folder 6

Baum, Anya circa 1980 - 1993

Carton 1, Folder 7

Baum, Brandon circa 1980

Carton 1, Folder 8

Baum, Eric 1980 - 2002

Carton 1, Folder 9

Baum, Linda circa 1977 - 1980

Carton 1, Folder 10

Baum, Marc 1979 - 2004

Carton 1, Folder 11

Baum, Noah circa 1980 - 1999

Carton 1, Folder 12

Baum, Paul 1951 - 1978

Carton 1, Folder 13

Baum, Paul [Outgoing] 1951 - 1976

Carton 1, Folder 14

Baum (Parker), Rachel 1966 - 2005

Carton 1, Folder 15

B - Miscellaneous circa 1945 - 2006

Carton 1, Folder 16

Chall, Malca 1983 - 2002

Carton 1, Folder 17

Cook, Clara 1969 - 1983

Carton 1, Folder 18

Curtis, Jackie circa 1967 - 2002

Carton 1, Folder 19

C - Miscellaneous circa 1945 - 2000

Carton 1, Folder 20

D - Miscellaneous 1977 - 2003

Carton 1, Folder 21

Earle, Herbert 1947 - 1983

Carton 1, Folder 22

E - Miscellaneous circa 1947 - 1995

Carton 1, Folder 23

Frank, Bill 1945 - 1947

Carton 1, Folder 24

Fry, Amelia "Chita" [Includes outgoing] 1964 - 2004

Carton 1, Folder 25

F - Miscellaneous 1947 - 1984

Carton 1, Folder 26

Gale, David 1981 - 1986

Carton 1, Folder 27

Gregory, Robert "Bob" circa 1946 - 1948

Carton 1, Folder 28

G - Miscellaneous circa 1947 - 2002

Carton 1, Folder 29

Healy, John 1981 - 1988

Carton 1, Folder 30

Hjersted, Gladys 1976 - 1981

Carton 1, Folder 31

Hopkins, Helen circa 1982 - 1988

Carton 1, Folder 32

Hungerford, Dave 1947 - 1980

Carton 1, Folder 33

H - Miscellaneous circa 1977 - 2001

Carton 1, Folder 34 - 37

International Students [Miscellaneous] 1983 - 2005

Carton 1, Folder 38

I - Miscellaneous 1966 - 2000

Carton 1, Folder 39 - 40

J - Miscellaneous circa 1944 - 2005

Carton 1, Folder 41

Klug, Arthur 1982 - 1988

Carton 1, Folder 42

Klug, Dorothy circa 1943

Carton 1, Folder 43

Klug, Dorothy [Outgoing] 1944 - 1949

Carton 1, Folder 44

Klug, Erika 1965 - 1980

Carton 1, Folder 45 - 47

Klug, Gretchen "Patsy" 1943 - 2004

Carton 1, Folder 48

Klug, Gretchen ("Patsy") - Outgoing 1947 - 1948

Carton 2, Folder 1

K - Miscellaneous 1947 - 2006

Carton 2, Folder 2 - 6

Language Studies International - Accommodation Notifications 1985 - 2004

Carton 2, Folder 7

Language Studies International - Miscellaneous circa 1986 - 2002

Carton 2, Folder 8

L - Miscellaneous circa 1964 - 2002

Carton 2, Folder 9

M - Miscellaneous 1946 - 2006

Carton 2, Folder 10

N - Miscellaneous 1945 - 2005

Carton 2, Folder 11

Oakes, C.B. 1944 - 1945

Carton 2, Folder 12

Ornstein, Barbara circa 1976 - 2003

Carton 2, Folder 13

Pascoe, John 1969 - 1972

Carton 2, Folder 14

Pierce, Richard "Dick" 1944 - 2004

Carton 2, Folder 15

P - Miscellaneous circa 1960 - 1997

Carton 2, Folder 16

Renouf, John T. 1970 - 1973

Carton 2, Folder 17

Richey, Eugene 1945 - 2006

Carton 2, Folder 18

Richter, Jean 1976 - 2001

Carton 2, Folder 19

Robben, Frank 1978 - 2004

Carton 2, Folder 20

R - Miscellaneous 1943 - 2005

Carton 2, Folder 21

Smith, Paul (Whittier College) 1946 - 1981

Carton 2, Folder 22

Spufford, Peter 1969 - 2003

Carton 2, Folder 23

S - Miscellaneous 1943 - 2006

Carton 2, Folder 24

Tanzer, Shirley circa 1969 - 1997

Carton 2, Folder 25

T - Miscellaneous 1943 - 2000

Carton 2, Folder 26

U - V Miscellaneous 1951 - 1986

Carton 2, Folder 27

Willis, Morris 1977 - 1978

Carton 2, Folder 28

Wollschlager, Chris 1964 - 1985

Carton 2, Folder 29

W - Miscellaneous 1943 - 2000

Carton 2, Folder 30

Y - Z Miscellaneous 1969 - 1978

Carton 2, Folder 31 - 32

Outgoing [Miscellaneous] 1947 - 1993

Carton 2, Folder 33 - 37

Postcards circa 1960 - 2005

Carton 2, Folder 38

Miscellaneous circa 1945 - 2001

 

Series 2 Personal Records 1940 - 2006

Physical Description: Carton 2, folders 39 - 45; Carton 3, folders 1 - 4; Box 1, folders 1 - 8; Oversize box 1

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically.

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous personal materials including calendar diaries, notebooks, newspaper clippings, photographs and a scrapbook.
Carton 2, Folder 39

Biographical Materials 1953 - 2006

Carton 2, Folder 40

Awards and Recognitions 1986 - 2000

Carton 2, Folder 41

Address Book circa 1947

Carton 2, Folder 42

Calendar Diary 1988

Carton 2, Folder 43

Calendar Diary 2002

Carton 2, Folder 44

Notebook 1990

Carton 2, Folder 45

Miscellaneous Personal Notes circa 1980 - 2005

Carton 3, Folder 1

Foreign Students Notebook 1995

Carton 3, Folder 2

Newspaper Clippings circa 1977 - 2002

Carton 3, Folder 3 - 4

Miscellaneous Personal Records circa 1945 - 2006

Box 1, Folder 1

Photographs - Baum Family circa 1950 - 1993

Box 1, Folder 2 - 4

Photographs - Miscellaneous circa 1940 - 2003

Box 1, Folder 5 - 6

Photographs - From Album "Foreign Visitors to Baum House" 1982 - 1986

Box 1, Folder 7

Photographs - Foreign Students 1986 - 2004

Box 1, Folder 8

Photographs - Governor's Reception in Puerto Rico 1969

Oversize Box 1, Volume 1

Personal Scrapbook 1947 - 1958

 

Series 3 Academic Records 1943 - 1951

Physical Description: Carton 3, folders 5 - 31

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content Note

Various academic materials including class notes and handouts, homework, term papers, master's thesis and a yearbook. Includes one school notebook of Paul Baum (Willa's husband).
Carton 3, Folder 5

Class Notes - "Freshman Social Sciences, 1943" 1943

Carton 3, Folder 6

Class Notes - "Freshman Social Sciences, 1944" 1944

Carton 3, Folder 7

Class Notes - "Social Sciences IV: Parrington - American History" 1945

Carton 3, Folder 8 - 12

Social Science Coursework and Exams 1945 - 1947

Carton 3, Folder 13

University of Arizona History Department - Notebook 1946

Carton 3, Folder 14

Class Notes - "Sophomore Social Sciences" 1946 - 1947

Carton 3, Folder 15

Whittier College Yearbook - "The Acropolis" 1947

Carton 3, Folder 16 - 21

Mills College History Department Course Handouts and Notes circa 1947 - 1948

Carton 3, Folder 22 - 23

Mills College History Term Papers and Exams circa 1948

Carton 3, Folder 24

Master's Thesis - Master's of Arts, Mills College 1950

Carton 3, Folder 25

University of California, Berkeley - Notebooks [History and Political Science] 1949 - 1950

Carton 3, Folder 26

University of California, Berkeley - Miscellaneous Course Handouts and Notes circa 1948 - 1951

Carton 3, Folder 27

University of California, Berkeley - Term Papers 1950 - 1951

Carton 3, Folder 28

University of California, Berkeley - Exam Booklets circa 1948 - 1951

Carton 3, Folder 29

University of California, Berkeley - Notebooks [History and Political Science] 1950 - 1951

Carton 3, Folder 30

University of California, Berkeley - Notebooks [History and Anthropology] 1950 - 1951

Carton 3, Folder 31

University of California, Berkeley - Notebook of Paul Baum undated

 

Series 4 Professional Records 1954 - 2005

Physical Description: Carton 4; Box 1, folders 9 - 14; Box 2; Oversize box 2, volume 1; Oversize Folder 1

Arrangement

Arranged hierarchically.

Scope and Content Note

Various writings on the field of oral history by Willa Baum, adult education teaching materials, and miscellaneous records from the Regional Oral History Office (ROHO), including: abstracts, correspondence, photographs, an assortment of audio materials pertaining to oral history, a retirement scrapbook, and a Berkeley Citation Award. Although there are materials pertaining to teaching English as a second language, the bulk of this series is related to Willa's career at ROHO.
Carton 4, Folder 1 - 3

Articles by Willa Baum 1967 - 1984

Carton 4, Folder 4

Miscellaneous Writings by Willa Baum 1970 - undated

Carton 4, Folder 5

"Some Aspects of Teaching Beginning English to Foreign Born" Education 181: Adult Education 1954

Carton 4, Folder 6

"The Carr Family" Parts I & II [English lessons] - Oakland Public Schools Adult Education 1960

Carton 4, Folder 7

"Alice Linn and Her Brother in Oakland" Parts I & II [English lessons] - Oakland Public Schools Adult Education 1960 - 1965

Carton 4, Folder 8

English Language Study Books and Worksheets - Oakland Public Schools Adult Education circa 1961 - 1962

Carton 4, Folder 9

"Advanced English for Foreign Born" - Lesson Plans and Notes 1961 - 1963

Carton 4, Folder 10 - 11

Adult Education English Classes - Lesson Plans and Notes 1955 - 1966

Carton 4, Folder 12 - 14

Survey Course in Oral History - Miscellaneous circa 1978 - 1981

Carton 4, Folder 15

Articles and Newsletters Pertaining to Willa Baum 1970 - undated

Carton 4, Folder 16

Newspaper Clippings Pertaining to Willa Baum undated

Carton 4, Folder 17 - 19

Regional Oral History Office (ROHO) - Incoming Correspondence 1967 - 2004

Carton 4, Folder 20

ROHO - Outgoing Correspondence 1962 - 1997

Carton 4, Folder 21 - 22

ROHO - Miscellaneous Organizational Records 1968 - undated

Carton 4, Folder 23 - 24

ROHO - Oral Histories [Abstracts and miscellaneous] 1965 - 1991

Carton 4, Folder 25

Alaskan Oral History Workshop [Miscellaneous] 1974

Carton 4, Folder 26

California Christian Committee for Israel [Miscellaneous] 1976

Carton 4, Folder 27

Earl Warren Project [Correspondence] 1982

Carton 4, Folder 28

England - Miscellaneous Oral History Materials 1970 - 1973

Carton 4, Folder 29

"Foxfire" - Miscellaneous [Includes correspondence] 1972 - 1974

Carton 4, Folder 30

Gilb, Corinne circa 1957 - 2005

Carton 4, Folder 31

Mining Series [Correspondence] 1986 - 2002

Carton 4, Folder 32

Oral History Association (OHA) - Miscellaneous 1973 - undated

Carton 4, Folder 33

Miscellaneous Pamphlets and Flyers 1971 - 2004

Physical Description: Carton

Scope and Content Note

4
Box 1, Folder 9

Portraits of Willa Baum for ROHO 1969 - 1998

Box 1, Folder 10 - 11

Photographs - Willa's Retirement Party at the Bancroft Library 2000

Box 1, Folder 12 - 13

Photographs - Miscellaneous ROHO Circa 1967 - 2000

Box 1, Folder 14

Photographic Negatives undated

Oversize Box 2, Volume 1

Retirement Scrapbook 2000

Box 2

A/V - 10 cassettes and 15 reel to reel tapes of talks, interviews, and colloquiums relating to oral history. circa 1967 - 1990

Oversize Unit A, Folder 1

Retirement Photo Collage, Berkeley Citation Award, and Hubert Howe Bancroft Award Resolution 2000 - 2001