Leslie Crow Papers

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Leslie Crow Papers

Collection number: MSS 316

Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections

University of the Pacific Library

Stockton, California
Processed by:
Processed by Leigh Johnsen
Date Completed:
2008
Encoded by:
Leigh Johnsen
© 2008 University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Leslie Crow papers
Dates: 1850-2006
Bulk Dates: 1978-2006
Collection number: MSS 316
Creator: Crow, Leslie Ellen (1954-2006)
Collection Size: 25 linear feet
Repository: University of the Pacific. Library. Holt-Atherton Dept. of Special Collections
Stockton, California 95211
Abstract: Collection consists of materials collected and written by Leslie Crow primarily concerning local history and historic preservation in California.
Physical location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Languages: Languages represented in the collection: English

Access

Collection open for research.

Publication Rights

Permission for publication is given on behalf of Special Collections as the owner of the physical items and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder, which must also be obtained by the researcher.

Preferred Citation

Leslie Crow papers. MSS 316. Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library.

Biography / Administrative History

Stockton, California, resident Leslie Ellen Crow was a local historian, archivist, and civic activist. Born in Kenosha, Wisconsin, on April 11, 1954, she graduated from high school in Des Plaines, Illinois, in 1972, and moved to California the following year. After attending Santa Monica College from 1973 to 1975, she entered the University of the Pacific in 1976. Two years later, she received a bachelor's degree in history with honors.
In 1979, Crow entered the graduate program in history at the University of the Pacific. Although she never finished, the program led to her involvement in an oral history project conducted by the California Youth Authority. This launched her career in public history, or the practice of history in non-scholarly settings. In subsequent years, she held jobs as Historic Inventory Coordinator for the City of Vacaville (1979-80), Historic Preservation Specialist for the Central Sierra Planning Council (1980-82), and Archivist for the Bank of Stockton (1991-98). From 1980 to 2006, she also worked intermittently as a freelance researcher and consultant.
As a consultant, Crow conducted research to designate as Stockton City Landmarks the First Church of Christ, Scientist; the Philomathean Club; and Stockton Children's Home. Among other projects, she also spearheaded efforts to nominate as California Historical Landmarks the Lockeford, California, Schoolhouse, and Stockton's Western Pacific Depot. Crow's efforts also proved crucial in placing on the National Register of Historic Places the California Building (Stockton); Commercial and Savings Bank (Stockton); Quarters A, Albert Lindley Residence, U.S. Navy, Rough and Ready Island; Stockton's Little Manila neighborhood and Sikh Temple, and the Woodbridge, California, Masonic Lodge. In addition, she conducted surveys of historic resources for the City of Ripon, California, and Sacramento, and did historical studies of Stockton's City Hall and Stockton State Hospital's Superintendent's Residence in preparation for renovation.
In 1989, Crow was appointed to Stockton's Cultural Heritage Board, which she chaired from 1990 to 2006. Her appointment exposed her to revitalization efforts aimed at Stockton's aging inner city and waterfront. It also gave her a platform to promote historic preservation and plunged her into a period of civic activism. During the 1990s, she served on Stockton's Women Veterans' Memorial Task Force, the Friends of the Fox Theatre, the Mayor's Waterfront Revival Task Force, the Stockton Waterfront Committee, the Fundraising Committee for the Weber Point Events Center, the City of Stockton Sesquicentennial Committee, and Stockton Mid-Town Task Force. Meanwhile, she also held membership on the College of the Pacific Alumni Advisory Council and served in a variety of voluntary positions at the San Joaquin County Historical Society.
Crow died in May 2006, at the zenith of her career.

Scope and Content of Collection

Collection consists of materials collected and written by Leslie Crow. Of special interest are its research files, whose contents range widely from maps, plans, photocopied newspaper articles, and handwritten notes, to photographs, slides, and applications for historic registration. Geographically, the focus varies from Alameda, Calaveras, and San Francisco Counties to Lodi and the City of Sacramento. However, the richest, fullest, and most numerous files involve Stockton and San Joaquin County.

Arrangement

Collection is organized into six series: 1. Biographical Files; 2. Voluntary Service Records; 3. Research Files; 4. VHS Cassettes; 5. Oversize; and 6. Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Alameda County (Calif.) - History
Alpine County (Calif.) - History
Amador County (Calif.) - History
Calaveras County (Calif.) - History
Calaveras River Watershed
California Youth Authority
Historic preservation - California
Lockeford (Calif.)
Lodi (Calif.) - History
Ripon (Calif.)
Sacramento (Calif.) - History
San Francisco (Calif.) - History
San Joaquin County (Calif.) - History
San Joaquin County Historical Society
Solano County (Calif.) - History
Stockton (Calif.) - History
Stockton (Calif.) - Politics and government
Trinity County (Calif.) - History
Tuolumne County (Calif.) - History
Yosemite National Park (Calif.) - History

Separated Material

Records of the Stockton Cultural Heritage Board have been removed from this collection and added to the Stockton Cultural Heritage Board Papers, 1977-2005, MSS 210.

Container List:

 

Series I: Biographical Files, 1978-2006

Scope and Content Note

Includes plaques, certificates, diplomas, forms, newspaper clippings, correspondence, brochures, journal articles, photographs, and resumes.
 

Box 1

 

1.1 Awards and Diplomas (1 of 4)

 

1.2 Awards and Diplomas (2 of 4)

 

1.3 Awards and Diplomas (3 of 4)

 

1.4 Awards and Diplomas (4 of 4)

 

1.5 Memorial Service

 

1.6 Portfolio (1 of 4)

 

1.7 Portfolio (2 of 4)

 

1.8 Portfolio (3 of 4)

 

1.9 Portfolio (4 of 4)

 

1.10 Resumes

 

1.11 Women of the Year Nomination

 

1.12 Writings and Presentations

 

Series II: Voluntary Service Records, 1883-2004

Scope and Content Note

Consists of three Subseries: 1. Sacramento; 2. San Joaquin Historical Society; and 3. City of Stockton and San Joaquin County.
 

Box 1 (cont.)

 

Subseries: Sacramento, 1999

Scope and Content Note

Includes brochures, newspaper clippings, announcements, correspondence, notes, and photographs.
 

1.13 Gold Fever!

 

1.14 Gold Fever!-Photographs

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) “Gold Fever!” 1999

 

Subseries: San Joaquin County Historical Society, 1883-1999

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, memos, photocopied research, presentations, articles, meeting minutes, agendas, promotional literature, newsletters, announcements, inventories, photographs, membership rosters, guidebooks, newsletters, financial documents, reports, newspaper clippings, announcements, bylaws, certificates, and monographs.
 

1.15 Annual Report, 1991

 

1.16 Annual Reports, 1985-1989

 

1.17 Annual Reports, 1990-1998

 

1.18 Barbeque, 1989

 

1.19 Board of Trustees and Executive Committee, 1990-1994 (1 of 3)

 

1.20 Board of Trustees and Executive Committee, 1990-1994 (2 of 3)

 

1.21 Board of Trustees and Executive Committee, 1990-1994 (3 of 3)

 

1.22 Board of Trustees Handbook, undated

 

1.23 Bylaws, 1988-1989

 

1.24 Construction and Groundbreaking

 

1.25 Correspondence, 1986-1992

 

Box 2

 

Subseries: San Joaquin County Historical Society, 1883-1999 (cont.)

 

2.1 Docent Council, 1987-1991

 

2.2 Docent Council Public Relations, 1990-1991

 

2.3 Golden Acorn Award, 1990-1991

 

2.4 Land of Bright Promise monograph, 1990

 

2.5 Membership Rosters, 1990 and undated

 

2.6 News and Notes, 1985-1987

 

2.7 News and Notes, 1988

 

2.8 News and Notes, 1989-1990

 

2.9 News and Notes, 1991-1992

 

2.10 News and Notes, 1993-1994

 

2.11 Presentations, 1987-1991

 

2.12 Publications Committee, 1986-1994 (1 of 2)

 

2.13 Publications Committee, 1986-1994 (2 of 2)

 

2.14 Publicity, 1986-1993

 

2.15 San Joaquin Historian , 1981-1989

 

2.16 San Joaquin Historian , 1990-1993

 

2.17 San Joaquin Historian , 1994-1997

 

2.18 San Joaquin Historian , 1998-1999

 

2.19 Special Events-Museum, 1988-1991 (1 of 2)

 

2.20 Special Events-Museum, 1988-1991 (2 of 2)

 

2.21 Special Events-Museum, Undated

 

2.22 Sponsor Programs, 1990-1992

 

2.23 Tours, 1992

 

2.24 Valley Days, 1988-1990

 

2.25 Various Publications, 1986-1993

 

2.26 Victorian Christmas, 1988-1989

 

2.27 Victorian Christmas, 1989-Public Relations

 

Box 3

 

Subseries: San Joaquin County Historical Society, 1883-1999 (cont.)

 

3.1 Victorian Christmas, 1990

 

3.2 Victorian Cookery and Christmas Traditions, 1990

 

3.3 Weber Homesite Opening, 1991 (1 of 2)

 

3.4 Weber Homesite Opening, 1991 (2 of 2)

 

3.5 Unsorted Notes and Documents, 1883-1994

 

Subseries: City of Stockton and San Joaquin County, 1991-2004

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, memos, photocopied research, presentations, articles, meeting minutes, agendas, promotional literature, maps, newsletters, announcements, inventories, and photographs.
 

3.6 Central Stockton Revitalization Committee, 1991-1992

 

3.7 CSUS Stockton Midtown Revitalization Strategy Advisory Group, 1999-2000

 

3.8 CSUS Stockton Midtown Revitalization Strategy Advisory Group, 2000 (1 of 2)

 

3.9 CSUS Stockton Midtown Revitalization Strategy Advisory Group, 2000 (2 of 2)

 

3.10 CSUS Stockton Midtown Revitalization Strategy Advisory Group, 2000-2003

 

3.11 CSUS Stockton Midtown Revitalization Strategy Advisory Group, 2001

 

3.12 CSUS Stockton Midtown Revitalization Strategy Advisory Group, 2001-2002

 

3.13 Downtown Stockton Alliance, 1997 (1 of 2)

 

3.14 Downtown Stockton Alliance, 1997 (2 of 2)

 

3.15 Downtown Stockton Alliance, 1997-2002 (1 of 3)

 

3.16 Downtown Stockton Alliance, 1997-2002 (2 of 3)

 

3.17 Downtown Stockton Alliance, 1997-2002 (3 of 3)

 

Box 4

 

Subseries: City of Stockton and San Joaquin County, 1991-2004 (cont.)

 

4.1 Downtown Stockton Alliance, 1998-1999

 

4.2 Downtown Stockton Alliance, 1998-2002

 

4.3 Downtown Stockton Alliance, undated

 

4.4 Friends of the Fox, 1998-1999

 

4.5 Magnolia Advisory Committee, 1991-2002

 

4.6 Safe Neighborhood Action Group, 1996-1999

 

4.7 San Joaquin County Office of Education, 1999

 

4.8 Stockton Beautiful, 1993-1997

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Stockton Beautiful Publicity

 

(Transferred to MSS210, Stockton Cultural Heritage Board Papers) Stockton Cultural Heritage Board

 

4.9 Stockton Firefighters Relief Association, 1997

 

4.10 Stockton Public Art Inventory, 2000

 

4.11 Stockton Sesquicentennial Committee, 1997-1999 (1 of 2)

 

4.12 Stockton Sesquicentennial Committee, 1997-1999 (2 of 2)

 

4.13 Time Capsule Committee, 2000 (1 of 2)

 

4.14 Time Capsule Committee, 2000 (2 of 2)

 

4.15 Time Capsule Images

 

4.16 Waterfront Committee, 1998

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) Waterfront Task Force

 

4.17 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1995 (1 of 5)

 

4.18 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1995 (2 of 5)

 

4.19 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1995 (3 of 5)

 

4.20 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1995 (4 of 5

 

4.21 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1995 (5 of 5)

 

4.22 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1996 (1 of 2)

 

4.23 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1996 (2 of 2)

 

4.24 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1997

 

4.25 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1998

 

4.26 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1999 (1 of 2)

 

4.27 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 1999 (2 of 2)

 

Box 5

 

Subseries: City of Stockton and San Joaquin County, 1991-2004 (cont.)

 

5.1 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 2000-2001

 

5.2 Waterfront Revival Task Force, 2002-2004

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Waterfront Revival Task Force, Fundraising Lists, 1999

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Waterfront Revival Task Force, Maps, 1850-2000

 

5.3 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1995 (1 of 7)

 

5.4 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1995 (2 of 7)

 

5.5 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1995 (3 of 7)

 

5.6 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1995 (4 of 7)

 

5.7 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1995 (5 of 7)

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1995 (6 of 7)

 

5.8 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1995 (7 of 7)

 

5.9 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1996 (1 of 8

 

5.10 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1996 (2 of 8)

 

5.11 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1996 (3 of 8)

 

5.12 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1996 (4 of 8)

 

5.13 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1996 (5 of 8)

 

5.14 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1996 (6 of 8)

 

5.15 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1996 (7 of 8)

 

5.16 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1996 (8 of 8)

 

5.17 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1997

 

5.18 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, Undated

 

5.19 Women’s Veteran Memorial Task Force, 1992-1993

 

Series III: Research Files, 1850-2006

Scope and Content Note

Consists of eighteen subseries: 1. Alameda County, 2. Alpine County, 3. Amador County, 4. Calaveras County, 5. Calaveras River Watershed, 6. California Youth Authority, 7. Central Sierra Planning Council, 8. Lockeford, 9. Lodi American Viticultural Area (LAVA), 10. Ripon, 11. Sacramento, 12. San Francisco County and City, 13. San Joaquin County, 14. Solano County, 15, Stockton, 16. Trinity County, 17. Tuolumne County, 18. Yosemite National Park.
 

Box 6

 

Subseries: Alameda County, 1938-2002

Scope and Content Note

Includes meeting notes, promotional brochure, proposal for professional services, photocopied newspaper and articles.
 

6.1 Altamont

 

6.2 Livermore

 

Subseries: Alpine County, 1951-1981

Scope and Content Note

Includes handwritten, typed, and photocopied notes, maps, historic site surveys, report on archaeological and historical setting, photocopied chapters, and photographs.
 

6.3 Alpine County

 

Subseries: Amador County, 1881-2005

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings and photocopies, address lists, handwritten and photocopied research notes, evaluations of cultural resources, consulting proposals and reports, maps, travel brochures, and photographs.
 

6.4 Amador County

 

6.5 Amador County Hospital-Historical Finding

 

6.6 Amador County Hospital-Jackson

 

6.7 Gold Rush Ranch and Golf Course

 

6.8 Preston School of Industry, Ione

 

6.9 Silver Lake History

 

6.10 Sutter Creek

 

6.11 Sutter Creek-Data Sheets Completed

 

6.12 Vintage Estates

 

6.13 Vintage Estates-Cultural Resources Survey

 

Subseries: Calaveras County, 1871-2005

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, newspaper articles, handwritten notes, evaluations of cultural resources, consulting proposal and reports, maps, applications for designation as officially recognized historic resources, studies of historic properties, locations, and structures, membership lists, term papers, and photographs.
 

6.14 Angel’s Camp

 

6.15 Calaveras County

 

6.16 Calaveras County Archives

 

6.17 Calaveras County Historical Society

 

6.18 Calaveras Indigent Cemetery

 

6.19 Calaveras Indigent Cemetery-Cultural Resource Investigation

 

(See Oversize, Box 24) Copperopolis Maps

 

6.20 Copperopolis Proposal

 

6.21 Copperopolis, Reed’s Turnpike, O’Byrnes Ferry Road-Historic Context

 

6.22 Maps

 

6.23 Mark Twain District Hospital

 

6.24 Mokelumne Hill

 

6.25 Mokelumne Hills Site: ASI

 

6.26 Murphys

 

6.27 Oak Canyon Historical Context

 

6.28 San Andreas

 

6.29 Southwest Corner

 

6.30 Wallace-Nakashima Residence

 

6.31 Wallace Residence: ASI

 

6.32 Valley Springs

 

Box 7

 

Subseries: Calaveras River Watershed / East Stockton Water District, 1852-2005

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings and photocopies, handwritten notes, evaluations of cultural resources, consulting agreement, maps, drafts of book, and agency minutes and announcements.
 

7.1 Book Proposal

 

7.2 Cultural Resources Investigation, 2001

 

7.3 History of Calaveras River Watershed, Draft 1

 

7.4 History of Calaveras River Watershed, Draft 2

 

7.5 New Hogan Dam

 

7.6 Research (1 of 2)

 

7.7 Research (2 of 2)

 

7.8 Stockton East Water Districtl

 

7.9 Stockton East Water District-Press Coverage

 

Subseries: California Youth Authority, 1889-1980

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, resource material, research notes, memoranda, oral histories, photographs, published articles and journals, and reports.
 

7.10 Bibliography

 

7.11 Correspondence and Instructions

 

7.12 Notes (1 of 3)

 

7.13 Notes (2 of 3)

 

7.14 Notes (3 of 3)

 

7.15 Oral History-R. G. Harvey

 

7.16 Oral History-Paul J. McKusick

 

7.17 Oral History-W. L. Tregoning

 

7.18 Oral History-Iris Walden

 

7.19 Pacific Historian Article

 

7.20 Reports on Research

 

7.21 Resource Material (1 of 4)

 

7.22 Resource Material (2 of 4)

 

7.23 Resource Material (3 of 4)

 

7.24 Resource Material (4 of 4)

 

Subseries: Central Sierra Planning Council, 1879-1982

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, map, receipts, instructions, survey questionnaire, grant proposal, draft agreement, research notes and reports, inventories, and preservation and volunteer guidelines.
 

7.25 Administrative Material

 

7.26 Correspondence

 

7.27 Reports

 

7.28 Resource Material

 

7.29 Training Manual Resources

 

7.30 Volunteer Workbook

 

Box 8

 

Subseries: Lockeford, 1862-2005

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, business proposals, newspaper articles, contracts, research notes, business cards, meeting agendas, maps, invitations for bids, photographs, invoices, applications for grants and historic registration, plans, and assessments.
 

8.1 Consulting Proposal

 

8.2 Grant Contract-LCSD and SHPO

 

8.3 Lockeford Community Services Districtl

 

8.4 Lockeford-Harmony Grove

 

8.5 Lockeford-Press Coverage

 

8.6 Lockeford-Research

 

8.7 Lockeford School: Bid Docs. Phase I

 

8.8 Lockeford School Foundation Project

 

8.9 Lockeford School-Foundation Project Status

 

8.10 Lockeford School Grants

 

8.11 Lockeford Schoolhouse-LDA

 

8.12 Lockeford School-Phase II

 

8.13 Lockeford School: Phase II (Roof)

 

(See Oversize, Box 24) Lockeford School Plans

 

8.14 Lockeford School Registration

 

8.15 Lockeford School Registration Nomination

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Lockeford School, Renovation Plans, 2003

 

8.16 Lockeford School RFP

 

8.17 Lockeford School RFP Architectural (1 of 2)

 

8.18 Lockeford School RFP Architectural (2 of 2)

 

8.19 Lockeford School RFP: Toxics Survey

 

8.20 Lockeford School: West Coast Environmental

 

8.21 Lockeford School: Photographs and Slides

 

8.22 Unsorted Notes and Research

 

Subseries: Lodi American Viticultural Area (LAVA), 1861-2003

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, brochures, meeting agendas, petitions and petition responses, newspaper articles, maps, research notes, historical findings, photographs, and pamphlets.
 

8.23 Alta Mesa

 

8.24 Borden Ranch

 

8.25 Clements Hills

 

8.26 Deer Creek Hills

 

8.27 Historical Findings

 

8.28 LAVA Group

 

8.29 Petition to BATF

 

8.30 Petition Responses

 

8.31 Photographs

 

8.32 Publications

 

8.33 Research

 

Box 9

 

Subseries: Ripon, 1846-2004

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings and photocopies, photographs, digital images, 35 mm slides, handwritten notes, applications and paperwork in support of designation as officially recognized historic resources, studies of historic properties, structures, and neighborhoods, guides to historic resources, consulting agreement, maps, and listings of historic resources.
 

9.1 Chronology Notes

 

9.2 Consulting Contract and Correspondence

 

9.3 Consulting Proposal

 

9.4 City Directory Listings

 

9.5 Douma, Andrew

 

9.6 General Plan, 1959-1960

 

9.7 Graham, Avan “Tobe”

 

9.8 Historic Correspondence

 

9.9 I.O.O.F. Mount Horeb Lodge, Number 58

 

9.10 Markham Hotel

 

9.11 Markham Hotel-Nomination

 

9.12 Museum Proposal

 

9.13 News Coverage

 

9.14 Newspaper Articles

 

9.15 Orange Avenue

 

9.16 Reynolds, Sydney W.

 

9.17 Ripon Consolidated Fire District

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) “Ripon Enters the Movies,” 1928

 

9.18 Ripon Historic Survey-Main Street

 

9.19 Ripon Historic Survey-Main Street, Research

 

9.20 Ripon Historic Survey-Master List

 

9.21 Ripon Historic Survey-Old Jail

 

9.22 Ripon Historic Survey-Orange Avenue

 

9.23 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, First Street

 

9.24 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Second Street

 

9.25 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Third Street

 

9.26 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Fourth Street

 

9.27 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Acacia Avenue

 

9.28 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Elm Avenue

 

9.29 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Locust Avenue

 

9.30 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, McKee Court

 

9.31 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Palm Avenue

 

9.32 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Stockton Avenue

 

9.33 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Walnut Avenue

 

9.34 Ripon Historic Survey-Residential Neighborhoods, Photographs

 

9.35 Ripon Historical Society

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Ripon Map, 1920

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans) Ripon Map, 1927

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans) Ripon Maps, 1920

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans) Ripon Maps, 1907, 1920, 1925, 1951

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Ripon Maps

 

9.36 Ripon Record

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Ripon Research

 

9.37 Ripon Research, 1846-1874

 

9.38 Ripon Research, 1880-1900

 

9.39 Ripon Research, 1901-1920

 

9.40 Ripon Research, 1921-1930

 

9.41 Ripon Research, 1966-2001

 

9.42 Ripon Research, Tragedy 1884

 

9.43 Ripon Research, Unsorted (1 of 2)

 

9.44 Ripon Research, Unsorted (2 of 2)

 

9.45 Ripon, Wisconsin

 

9.46 Ripona

 

9.47 Sanborn Maps

 

9.48 Unsorted Notes and Research

 

Box 10

 

Subseries: Ripon, 1846-2004 (cont.)

 

10.1 Photographs (1 of 3)

 

10.2 Photographs (2 of 3)

 

10.3 Photographs (3 of 3)

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Ripon Historic School Photographs

 

10.4 Slides—35 mm

 

Subseries: Sacramento, 1891-2006

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, newspaper photocopies and clippings, photographs, digital images, handwritten notes, applications and paperwork in support of designation as officially recognized historic resources, studies of historic properties and structures, guides to historic resources, consulting agreement, city guidelines, ordinances, enactments, and listings of historic resources.
 

10.5 Boulevard Park

 

10.6 Boulevard Park-Historic Context

 

10.7 Boulevard Park-Maps

 

10.8 Boulevard Park-Photograph Negatives, 2004

 

10.9 Boulevard Park-Tour

 

10.10 Boulevard Park-Wright and Kimbrough Advertisements

 

10.11 Camellia Cottage / Boiler Plant and Laundry

 

10.12 Chemical Station Number Four

 

10.13 City of Sacramento-Central City Preservation Update, 1996

 

10.14 City of Sacramento-Historic Districts, 2005

 

10.15 City of Sacramento-Historic Preservation Ordinance, 2001

 

10.16 City of Sacramento-Historic Resources Inventory, 2000

 

10.17 City of Sacramento-Incentives for Historic Preservation, 2000

 

10.18 City of Sacramento-Listing of Historic Structures, 1998

 

10.19 City of Sacramento-Preservation Element, 2000

 

10.20 City of Sacramento-Report of Select Committee, 1997

 

10.21 City of Sacramento-Request for Proposals, 2002

 

10.22 Coloma School

 

10.23 Colonial Theater

 

10.24 Colonial Theater-Photographs, 2004

 

10.25 Consulting Contract, 2002-2005

 

10.26 Consulting Contract Proposals

 

10.27 Ebner’s Hotel

 

10.28 Federal Courthouse

 

10.29 Firehouse Number Four

 

10.30 Firehouse Number Four-Historical Finding

 

10.31 Guide to Historic Homes

 

10.32 Heilbron Mansion

 

10.33 Heilbron Mansion-Historical Finding

 

10.34 Oak Park (1 of 2)

 

10.35 Oak Park (2 of 2)

 

10.36 Old Sacramento Historical Inventory, 1962

 

10.37 Research Institutions in Sacramento

 

10.38 Restoration Resources

 

10.39 Sacramento Archives

 

10.40 Sacramento Guides

 

10.41 Sutter, John

 

10.42 Thomas Jefferson Elementary School

 

10.43 Tower Bridge

 

10.44 Trinity Cathedral

 

10.45 Trinity Cathedral Photographs, 2004

 

Box 11

 

Subseries: Sacramento, 1891-2006 (cont.)

 

11.1 Union Race Track

 

11.2 Weinstock Lubin Catalog, 1891

 

11.3 Westminster Presbyterian

 

11.4 Westminster Presbyterian-Photographs, 2003

 

11.5 Various Residences-915 Eleventh Street

 

11.6 Various Residences-2025 P Street

 

11.7 Various Residences-2025 P Street, Photographs

 

11.8 Various Residences-324 U Street

 

11.9 Various Notes, Articles, and Photographs

 

Subseries: San Francisco County and City, 1906-1936

Scope and Content Note

Includes book, newspaper articles, and photographs.
 

11.10 San Francisco—1906 Earthquake

 

Subseries: San Joaquin County, 1851-2005

Scope and Content Note

Includes newspaper articles, correspondence, research notes, reports, agreements, meeting minutes, consulting proposals, brochures, invoices, photographs, commission agendas, maps, historical articles, photocopied books and chapters, list of historic landmarks, project description, paperwork in support of national registration, meeting minutes, pamphlets, and petitions and supporting documents for historic designation.
 

11.11 Agriculture-San Joaquin County

 

11.12 Clements I.O.O.F. Hall

 

11.13 Cosumnes River

 

11.14 Escalon

 

11.15 French Camp

 

11.16 Grain Article

 

11.17 Grapes / Vineyards / Wine

 

11.18 Italians in San Joaquin County

 

11.19 Lathrop

 

(See Oversize, Box 24) Linden Irrigation District

 

11.20 Lathrop Italian POW Recognition Project

 

11.21 Lodi, California

 

11.22 Lodi Jail

 

11.23 Mokelumne City

 

11.24 San Joaquin County-1886, Ellis, W. R.

 

11.25 San Joaquin County-General

 

11.26 San Joaquin County Rail Commission

 

11.27 Sedgwick, Thomas (Lathrop)

 

11.28 SJRTD-Lindsay Street, 2004

 

11.29 South San Joaquin Irrigation District

 

11.30 South San Joaquin Irrigation District Line-CEQA Project

 

11.31 Summer Home

 

11.32 Tracy

 

11.33 Women Pioneers in S.J. County

 

11.34 Woodbridge, California

 

11.35 Woodbridge Masonic Lodge (1 of 2)

 

11.36 Woodbridge Masonic Lodge (2 of 2)

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Woodbridge Masonic Lodge History

 

Subseries: Solano County, 1973-2004

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, newspaper photocopies and clippings, photographs, handwritten notes, applications and paperwork in support of designation for city landmark status and national registration, consulting proposals, historic conservation plans, maps, unpublished histories, brochures, newsletters, note cards, diagrams, planning commission agendas, architectural drawings, historic preservation ordinances, inventories, and volunteer guidelines.
 

11.37 Benicia

 

11.38 Benicia-Consulting

 

11.39 Benicia-Historic Preservation

 

11.40 Dixon and Elmira

 

11.41 Rio Vista

 

11.42 Vacaville-528 Main Street

 

11.43 Vacaville-City Planning

 

11.44 Vacaville-Graphics

 

11.45 Vacaville-Historic Preservation

 

11.46 Vacaville-Historic Resources Inventories

 

11.47 Vacaville-Publicity (1 of 2)

 

11.48 Vacaville-Publicity (2 of 2)

 

11.49 Vallejo

 

Box 12

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, newspaper photocopies and clippings, slides, photographs, digital images, handwritten notes, applications and paperwork in support of designation for city landmark status and national registration, studies of historic properties and structures, published and unpublished histories, school projects, and maps.
 

12.1 Aaron, Henry, Residence

 

12.2 Adams, Harriet Chalmers / Adams, Franklin Pierce

 

12.3 Adelaide (brig) / Arcade Saloon

 

12.4 African Americans

 

12.5 Agricultural Hall

 

12.6 “All the King’s Men”

 

12.7 Allen, Glenn

 

12.8 American Red Cross, San Joaquin Chapter-One Hundred Years

 

12.9 Ancient Egyptian Order of Sciots

 

12.10 Anthony, Susan B.

 

12.11 Anti-Chinese Reports

 

12.12 Arcade Clothing Store

 

12.13 Archaeology

 

12.14 Architecture

 

12.15 Architects-Biographical Sketches

 

12.16 Architects-King, Walter

 

12.17 Architects-Rushforth, George

 

12.18 Architects-Warner, Franklyn E

 

12.19 Armory-California and Harding Way

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Armory Plans, 1916

 

12.20 Armory-Weber Point

 

12.21 Arndt Building

 

12.22 Arndt, M. S.

 

12.23 Atherton, Warren / G.I. Bill

 

12.24 Austin Brothers

 

12.25 Automobiles

 

12.26 Aviation History

 

12.27 Avon Theater

 

12.28 “Babe” Bean

 

12.29 Bank of Stockton Corporation

 

12.30 Bank of Stockton Archives

 

12.31 Banks, Albertis Leon

 

12.32 Banner Island

 

12.33 Baptists

 

12.34 Baseball-Stockton Nine

 

12.35 Beasley, Charles

 

12.36 Beaver

 

12.37 Beck Development

 

12.38 Belding Building

 

12.39 Belding Building-Proposal

 

12.40 Belding, Charles

 

12.41 Belli, Melvin

 

12.42 Belt, George G.

 

12.43 Bennet Apartments

 

12.44 Berachah Home

 

12.45 Bernhardt, Sarah

 

12.46 Besotes

 

12.47 Big Tree Exhibit

 

12.48 Biography

 

12.49 Bishop Cut / Turner Cut Proposal

 

12.50 Branch Building

 

12.51 Bours Park Residences

 

12.52 Bours Tract

 

12.53 Boxing

 

12.54 Brick Making-Local

 

12.55 Bronx Hotel

 

12.56 Brown, Edgar B.

 

12.57 Budd, Inez Merrill

 

12.58 Budd, John

 

12.59 Buddhist Temple

 

12.60 Buffalo Bill

 

12.61 Builders Building

 

12.62 Buildings

 

12.63 Busses

 

12.64 Caine, John

 

12.65 California Building

 

12.66 Canneries

 

12.67 Cannery Strike, 1937-“Bloody Friday”

 

12.68 Carson, James, H.-“Early Recollections of the Mines”

 

12.69 Carson, William, and Mary Isabella Carson

 

12.70 Castelli and Weber’s Saloon

 

12.71 Catholic Cemetery

 

12.72 Cat Stories

 

12.73 Cemeteries

 

12.74 Centennial Celebration, 1876

 

12.75 Central Methodist Church

 

12.76 Central Valley Project-Bradford S. Crittenden

 

12.77 Chamber of Commerce

 

12.78 Chang and Eng in Stockton

 

12.79 Charles E. Pike Building

 

12.80 Children’s Games

 

12.81 Children’s Home of Stockton

 

12.82 Chinese Heritage

 

12.83 Christmas in Stockton

 

12.84 Cineplex Project

 

12.85 Circus

 

12.86 City of Stockton, 1850-1860

 

12.87 City of Stockton, 1874

 

12.88 Civil War in Stockton

 

12.89 Clark Building

 

12.90 Clark and Henery

 

12.91 Clowes Family

 

12.92 Clowes Residence / Charlotte’s Oaks (1 of 2)

 

12.93 Clowes Residence / Charlotte’s Oaks (2 of 2)

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Clowes Residence Alteration Plans, 1939

 

12.94 Cohn Family

 

12.95 Colberg Shipyards

 

12.96 Collegeville

 

12.97 Commercial and Savings Bank

 

12.98 Congregational Church

 

12.99 Confucius Church

 

12.100 Connor, Patrick Edward

 

12.101 Cool Corner

 

12.102 Corral Hollow

 

12.103 CSUS Stockton-Feasibility Study, 2000

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) Cunningham Hotel Issue, City Council, 1998

 

Box 13

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006 (cont.)

 

13.1 Cunningham, Thomas, and Family

 

13.2 Dagohoy Lodge, No. 528, L.D.T.

 

13.3 Dalmatian Benevolent Society

 

13.4 Darrah, Joan

 

13.5 Davis-Hiller-Pearce Company

 

13.6 Dawson Storage

 

13.7 De Carli, Millio

 

13.8 De Carli Plaza

 

13.9 Delta Hotel

 

13.10 Delta Story

 

13.11 DeVinny, R. Harold

 

13.12 Dickinson / Peck Wedding

 

13.13 Dog Stories

 

13.14 Downtown Hotels-Legal

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) “Downtown Stockton: Past, Present, and Future,” 2001

 

13.15 Dr. Hunt’s Seminary

 

13.16 Dunne, Edward

 

13.17 Earle Hotel

 

13.18 Earthquakes

 

13.19 East Side Firehouse

 

13.20 East Side Presbyterian Church

 

13.21 Eberhardt, R. L.

 

13.22 Eberhardt, R. M.

 

13.23 Eden Square Apartments

 

13.24 Eight Mile Road

 

13.25 El Dorado Brewery

 

13.26 El Dorado Bridge

 

13.27 Elks Building

 

13.28 Emergency Hospital

 

13.29 Enterprise Planing Mill Fire

 

13.30 Essential Services Building

 

13.31 Explosion, 1879

 

13.32 Farmer’s and Merchant’s Bank

 

13.33 Ferries

 

13.34 Filipino-Americans in Stockton

 

13.35 First Christian Church

 

13.36 First Church of Christ, Scientist

 

13.37 First Presbyterian Church

 

13.38 Fitzgerald, Michael

 

13.39 Flaco, Juan

 

13.40 Fog

 

13.41 Fox California Theatre-Business Plan, 1996

 

(See Oversize, Box 24) Fox California Theatre-Publicity

 

13.42 Fox California Theatre-Stockton (1 of 2)

 

13.43 Fox California Theatre-Stockton (2 of 2)

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) “Fox Theater in Stockton,” 1996

 

13.44 Fremont, John C.

 

13.45 Friedberger Building

 

13.46 Frogs

 

13.47 Funk, J. E.

 

13.48 Galgiani, Oscar

 

13.49 Gardens

 

13.50 Gerlach, Louis

 

13.51 Gerlach, Wagner, and Company, Meat Market

 

13.52 Gillis, James

 

13.53 Gleason, Edna and Thomas

 

13.54 Gleason Park

 

13.55 Gnekow Building / Gnekow Hotel

 

13.56 Gnekow, Rudolph

 

13.57 Goddess of Justice

 

13.58 Gold Rush-Stockton

 

13.59 Goldsworthy Arson Case (1899)

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) “The Good Old Days Remembered”

 

13.60 Gordon, Laura DeForce

 

13.61 Grace Methodist Church

 

13.62 Graham Brothers Trucks (1 of 2)

 

13.63 Graham Brothers Trucks (2 of 2)

 

13.64 Grand Central Hotel

 

13.65 Gratton, Christopher, M.D.

 

13.66 Greyhound Depot

 

13.67 Gridley, Ruel Colt

 

13.68 Griffit’s Block (Yale Apartments)

 

13.69 Gummer Department Store

 

13.70 Haas, Charles-Jeweler

 

13.71 Haggin Museum

 

13.72 Hahn, Adolph

 

13.73 Hammer Ranch

 

13.74 Hammond, John

 

13.75 Hammond, Moses

 

13.76 Hammond, R. P.

 

13.77 Hansel and Ortman

 

13.78 Hart and Thrift

 

13.79 Hazelton Library

 

13.80 Heald Building

 

13.81 Henery Apartments

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Henery Apartments Plans

 

13.82 Henery Apartments Proposal, 2003

 

13.83 Hickinbotham Brothers-One Hundred Years

 

13.84 Holden Drug Company

 

13.85 Holt, Benjamin

 

13.86 Holt Manufacturing Company

 

13.87 Horan, W. J., Building

 

13.88 Hotel Clark

 

13.89 Hotel Cunningham

 

13.90 Hotel Philson Fire

 

13.91 Hotel St. Leo

 

13.92 Hotel Stockton (1 of 2)

 

13.93 Hotel Stockton (2 of 2)

 

(Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Hotel Stockton, Rehabilitation Plans, 2002

 

13.94 Hotels-Stockton

 

13.95 Hotel Terry

 

13.96 Hubbard, Maria S.

 

13.97 Humbarger, Elizabeth

 

13.98 Hunter Plaza

 

13.99 Indexes

 

13.100 Inglis, William

 

Box 14

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006 (cont.)

 

14.1 Internment, World War II

 

14.2 Internment, World War II—Japanese

 

14.3 I.O.O.F. History

 

14.4 I.O.O.F. Library Foundation, 1857-1867

 

14.5 Italians in Stockton

 

14.6 Jewish Cemetery (1 of 2)

 

14.7 Jewish Cemetery (2 of 2)

 

14.8 Jewish Community-Chronology and Notes

 

14.9 Jewish Community-Research

 

14.10 Jory, John

 

14.11 Joss House

 

14.12 Julia-Riverboat

 

14.13 Kelsey, John Milton

 

14.14 Kelsey, Nancy

 

14.15 Kennedy, Glenn

 

14.16 Keys, T. J., Residence

 

14.17 King Albert and Queen Elizabeth of Belgium in Stockton

 

14.18 King, Walter E.

 

14.19 Klamath-Duraflame

 

14.20 Knights of Columbus

 

14.21 Ladbrooke Casino Project

 

14.22 KVIE: “Stockton: The Good Old Days”

 

14.23 Le Doux, Emma

 

14.24 Lemurian Treasure

 

14.25 Lester, Andrew

 

14.26 Levy Brothers Building

 

14.27 Lewis, Tillie Weisberg

 

14.28 Lincoln, Abraham, Stockton Celebrations

 

14.29 Lincoln Village

 

14.30 Lindley, Albert

 

14.31 Littlehale, James

 

14.32 Little Manila

 

14.33 Little Manila Historic District

 

14.34 Little Manila Historic District, National Register Nomination

 

14.35 Little Manila Site Survey

 

14.36 Locke, Dean Jewett

 

14.37 Locke Family Genealogy

 

14.38 Lomax, Dr. L. M.

 

14.39 London, Jack

 

14.40 Losekann, Joseph

 

14.41 Louttit, James Alexander

 

14.42 Luther Locke Meat Market

 

14.43 McGurk, Raymond T.

 

14.44 McKee Building

 

14.45 McKinley in Stockton, 1901

 

14.46 McLeod Lake

 

14.47 McMullin Building

 

14.48 McNoble, George F., History

 

14.49 Magnolia District

 

14.50 Magnolia District / Midtown

 

14.51 Magnolia District, Walk Tour Notes

 

14.52 Magnolia House Hotel

 

14.53 Mail Building

 

14.54 Main Street

 

(See Oversize, Box 24) Maps of Stockton, 1850-1923

 

14.55 Mariposa Hotel

 

14.56 Marsh, John / Marsh Creek Road

 

14.57 Masonic Lodge No. 19, Stockton

 

14.58 Masonic Temple

 

14.59 Masons in Stockton

 

14.60 Mather, Stephen

 

14.61 Matteson and Williamson’s Plow Works

 

14.62 Mayo, Frank V.

 

14.63 Meader, C. T.

 

14.64 Meader Family History

 

14.65 Medico-Dental Building

 

14.66 Methodist Church-Agricultural Hall

 

14.67 Miller Dishwasher Company

 

14.68 Miller, William P., Carriage Works

 

14.69 Mineral Baths

 

14.70 “Miracle Mile”-Pacific Avenue

 

14.71 Monarch Foundry

 

14.72 Morada Ranch

 

14.73 Moreing, Arthur, Nellie, and Henry

 

14.74 Motion Pictures

 

14.75 Murietta, Joaquin

 

14.76 Music / Musicians

 

14.77 Naglee, Henry Morris

 

14.78 Nast, Thomas-in Stockton

 

14.79 Nation, Carrie

 

14.80 Native Peoples

 

14.81 Neumiller, Charles

 

14.82 Newell, Sidney

 

14.83 Newell, Sidney, Residence

 

14.84 New Jerusalem

 

14.85 Newspaper Art, 1850-1892

 

14.86 Newspaper Editors

 

14.87 Newspaper History

 

Box 15

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006 (cont.)

 

15.1 Newspaper Notes, 1912-1913

 

15.2 Newspaper Notes, 1915-1916

 

15.3 Newspaper Notes, 1921

 

15.4 Newspaper Notes, 1924

 

15.5 Newspaper Notes, 1925

 

15.6 Newspaper Notes, 1927

 

15.7 Newspaper Notes, 1928-1930

 

15.8 Newspaper Notes, 1931-1945

 

15.9 Newspaper Notes, 1932-1933

 

15.10 Nippon Hospital

 

15.11 Northcrest

 

15.12 Nutter, W. B.

 

15.13 Oard, Paul

 

15.14 Oard, Paul, Photos

 

15.15 Oates, W. W.

 

15.16 O’Connor, W. B.

 

15.17 Owen, Charles

 

15.18 Oxford Manor

 

15.19 Pacific Baths

 

15.20 Pacific Gas and Electric Company

 

15.21 Pacific Tannery

 

15.22 Pacific Tannery Manuscript

 

15.23 Paige and Webster

 

15.24 Paper Mill

 

15.25 Parker, R. B.

 

15.26 Parker’s Building

 

15.27 Parks-Stockton

 

15.28 Perino, Carmen

 

15.29 Peters, J. D.

 

15.30 Peyton, Valentine Mason

 

15.31 Phillips, Lee A. / Reclamation

 

15.32 Philomathean Club

 

15.33 Philomathean Club Landmark Finding

 

15.34 Philomathean Club Landmark Nomination

 

15.35 Photograph Lists

 

15.36 Photographer Lists

 

15.37 Photographer Presentations

 

15.38 Photographers

 

15.39 Photographers-1850-1876

 

15.40 Photographers-1876-1945

 

15.41 Photographers-Batchelder, B. P.

 

15.42 Photographers-Covello Collection

 

15.43 Photographers-Covello, Leonard

 

15.44 Photographers-Lea, Ralph

 

15.45 Photographers-Martin, Van Covert

 

15.46 Photographers-Stuart, W. M.

 

15.47 Photographers-Wells / Rulofson

 

15.48 Photographers-Wells, Thomas W.

 

15.49 Photography- Stockton in Focus

 

15.50 Place Names

 

15.51 Port of Stockton

 

15.52 Port of Stockton-in Western City, 1930

 

15.53 Post Cards

 

15.54 Post Office-Stockton

 

15.55 Potato Day

 

15.56 Prisoners of War in Stockton (World War II)

 

15.57 Presbyterian Church

 

15.58 Prostitution

 

15.59 Purdy, Samuel

 

15.60 Quinn Building

 

Box 16

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006 (cont.)

 

16.1 Radio-Stockton

 

16.2 Railroads

 

16.3 Rainbow Rebekah Lodge-I.O.O.F.

 

16.4 Red Men Hall-Shamrock

 

16.5 Rendon, Cecil P.

 

16.6 Renney Building

 

16.7 Riis, Jacob

 

16.8 Riverboats

 

16.9 Rizal Social Club

 

16.10 Roberts Island

 

16.11 Rough and Ready Island

 

16.12 Rough and Ready-Navy Transfer

 

16.13 Rough and Ready, Quarters A

 

16.14 Ruggles, Charles Lincoln

 

16.15 Ruhl Building

 

16.16 Ruhl, F. A.

 

16.17 Rulofson, William Herman

 

16.18 “Rush of ‘49”-1909

 

16.19 Ruth, “Babe

 

16.20 Sala, Peter L.

 

16.21 Salvation Army Building

 

16.22 San Joaquin Building

 

16.23 San Joaquin County Courthouse and Jail

 

16.24 San Joaquin County Jail

 

16.25 San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Department

 

16.26 San Joaquin Courthouse Image Debate

 

16.27 San Joaquin Water Company Ditch

 

16.28 Schools

 

16.29 Schools-“After Dark” Publication

 

16.30 Schools-Buildings

 

16.31 Schools-Don Riggio School

 

16.32 Schools- Educating Stockton

 

16.33 Schools-El Dorado School

 

16.34 Schools-Lafayette School

 

16.35 Schools-Lincoln High School

 

16.36 Schools-Luther Burbank School

 

16.37 Schools-Profiles

 

16.38 Schools-St. Gertrude’s School

 

16.39 Schools-St. Mary’s High School

 

16.40 Schools-Stockton Female Institute

 

16.41 Schools-Stockton High School

 

16.42 Schools-SUSD History Book Project

 

16.43 Schools-SUSD 150th Anniversary (1 of 2)

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Schools-SUSD 150th Anniversary (2 of 2)

 

16.44 Schools-Weber Primary School

 

16.45 September 11 Anniversary, 2002

 

16.46 Sewage Plan, 1888

 

16.47 Shaw, H. C., Building

 

16.48 Sherman, William T.

 

16.49 Shima, George

 

16.50 Shippee Home Ranch

 

16.51 Shippee, L. U.

 

16.52 Shippee, L. U., Residence, National Registration Nomination

 

Box 17

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006 (cont.)

 

17.1 Shipyards

 

17.2 Sikh Parade, 2004

 

17.3 Sikhs in Stockton

 

17.4 Sikh Temple

 

17.5 Sikh Temple-City Landmark

 

17.6 Sikh Temple-National Registration

 

17.7 Sikh Temple-Photographs and Slides

 

17.8 Simpson, Andrew, Residence

 

17.9 Six, C. L.

 

17.10 Skinner, J. Carroll, “Kerosene Kate”

 

17.11 Smith, Frank Thornton

 

17.12 Smith, George Falkenborough, House

 

17.13 Social Life-Stockton, Nineteenth Century

 

17.14 S.P. Depot

 

17.15 Sperry Flour Company

 

17.16 Sperry Office Building

 

17.17 Spooner, John Pitcher

 

17.18 Stagg, Amos Alonzo

 

17.19 St. Agnes Academy

 

17.20 St. John’s Episcopal

 

17.21 St. Joseph’s Hospital

 

17.22 St. Mary’s Catholic Church-Stockton

 

17.23 St. Mary’s Parochial Residence

 

17.24 Staples, Mary

 

17.25 Starkweather Family

 

17.26 Stephens Brothers Shipyard

 

17.27 Stevenson’s Regiment

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Stockton and Copperopolis Railroad Right of Way

 

17.28 Stockton Art, Pottery

 

17.29 Stockton at Forty: 1890

 

17.30 Stockton Athletic Association

 

17.31 Stockton Churches

 

17.32 Stockton City Bank Building

 

17.33 Stockton City Directory, 1870

 

17.34 Stockton City Hall (1 of 2)

 

17.35 Stockton City Hall (2 of 2)

 

17.36 Stockton City Hall-Contract

 

17.37 Stockton City Hall-History

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Stockton City Hall-Plans, 1923

 

17.38 Stockton City Hall-Rehabilitation Project

 

17.39 Stockton City Hall-Report

 

17.40 Stockton City Hall-Research

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Stockton City Hall-Roof Replacement Plans, 2004

 

17.41 Stockton City Seal

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) Stockton City Seal, 1997

 

17.42 Stockton Civic Center

 

17.43 Stockton Civic Center-Master’s Thesis

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Stockton Civic Memorial Auditorium-Construction

 

Box 18

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006 (cont.)

 

18.1 Stockton Civic Memorial Auditorium

 

18.2 Stockton Civic Memorial Auditorium-Inscription Debate

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) Stockton Concealed Weapon Issue, 1994

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) “Stockton Development Center, Story of,” 1997

 

18.3 Stockton Diverting Canal

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) Stockton Downtown Development, [1995]

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) Stockton Downtown Promotion, 1996

 

18.4 Stockton Early History

 

18.5 Stockton Fire Department History Project

 

18.6 Stockton Fire Department Research (1 of 2)

 

18.7 Stockton Fire Department Research (2 of 2)

 

18.8 Stockton Fire Department Station 13 Dedication

 

18.9 Stockton Fire Department Training Tower Dedication

 

18.10 Stockton Firefighter’s Memorial

 

18.11 Stockton Golf and Country Club

 

18.12 Stockton House / St. Charles Hotel

 

18.13 Stockton Iron Works

 

18.14 Stockton Library

 

18.15 Stockton Mercado Project

 

18.16 Stockton Neighborhoods Findings Proposal

 

18.17 Stockton Ordinances

 

18.18 Stockton Police Department

 

18.19 Stockton Record Building

 

18.20 Stockton Reprographic Survey

 

18.21 Stockton Rural Cemetery

 

18.22 Stockton Savings Bank

 

18.23 Stockton Savings and Loan Building

 

18.24 Stockton Savings and Loan Society

 

18.25 Stockton Savings and Loan Society Founders

 

18.26 Stockton Savings and Loan Society-Note on Site Selection

 

18.27 Stockton Scams

 

18.28 Stockton Sesquicentennial, 2000

 

18.29 Stockton Special Neighborhoods Architectural Survey

 

18.30 Stockton State Hospital

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Stockton State Hospital-Doctor’s Residence Plans, 1940, 1976

 

18.31 Stockton State Hospital-Superintendent’s Residence, Correspondence

 

18.32 Stockton State Hospital-Superintendent’s Residence, Feasibility Study

 

18.33 Stockton State Hospital-Superintendent’s Residence, History

 

18.34 Stockton State Hospital-Superintendent’s Residence, Illustrations

 

18.35 Stockton State Hospital-Superintendent’s Residence, Proposal

 

18.36 Stockton State Hospital-Superintendent’s Residence, Research

 

18.37 Stockton Street Names

 

18.38 Stockton Street Railroads

 

18.39 Stockton Surveys-Mapping

 

18.40 Stockton Waterfront International Market

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) Stockton Waterfront Redevelopment, 1997

 

18.41 Stockton Waterfront Revival (1 of 3)

 

18.42 Stockton Waterfront Revival (2 of 3)

 

18.43 Stockton Waterfront Revival (3 of 3)

 

Box 19

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006 (cont.)

 

19.1 Stockton Waterways-History

 

19.2 Stockton Waterways-Illustrations

 

19.3 Stockton Waterways-Research (1 of 2)

 

19.4 Stockton Waterways-Research (2 of 2)

 

19.5 Streetcar Barn

 

19.6 Studebaker Garage / Gaia-Delucchi

 

19.7 Sunset Telephone Company Building

 

19.8 Swinton, Ernest, in Stockton

 

19.9 T and D Theatre

 

19.10 Telephone

 

19.11 Temple Israel (1 of 3)

 

19.12 Temple Israel (2 of 3)

 

19.13 Temple Israel (3 of 3)

 

19.14 Temple Israel Proposal

 

19.15 Terry, Sarah Althea

 

19.16 Theater History, Stockton

 

19.17 Thornton

 

19.18 Thrift, E. E.

 

19.19 Tidewater Southern Railway

 

19.20 Tinkham, George H., History

 

19.21 Transit Center Block

 

19.22 Tretheway Building

 

19.23 Trinity Lutheran Church

 

19.24 Turn Verein Hall

 

19.25 Tuxedo Park

 

19.26 Union Flour Mill

 

19.27 Union Planing Mill

 

19.28 Union Safe Deposit Bank

 

19.29 United Brethren Church

 

19.30 University of the Pacific-Architecture

 

19.31 University of the Pacific-Fifty Years

 

19.32 University of the Pacific-Seventieth Founder’s Day Campus Rededication, 1995

 

19.33 University Park

 

19.34 Vail, Frederic

 

19.35 Venetian Court Apartments

 

19.36 Viet Nam Memorial

 

19.37 Virginia S.

 

19.38 Walking Tour Brochure Notes

 

19.39 Walking Tour Information

 

19.40 Wallace, B. C.

 

19.41 Walters, Benjamin

 

19.42 Washington Monument

 

19.43 Weber Avenue-History

 

19.44 Weber Avenue / Mormon Slough-Consulting

 

19.45 Weber Avenue / Mormon Slough-Report

 

19.46 Weber Avenue / Mormon Slough-Research

 

19.47 Weber Avenue-Railroad Rights-of-Way

 

19.48 Weber Block

 

19.49 Weber, Charles M.

 

19.50 Weber Family Photos

 

19.51 Weber, Helen Murphy

 

19.52 Weber Homesite Monument

 

19.53 Weber House Archaeology Report, 2000

 

Box 20

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006 (cont.)

 

20.1 Weber, Julia

 

20.2 Weber, Julia, Homesite

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) Weber Point, 1997-2000

 

20.3 Weber Point Events Center

 

(See Oversize, Box 25) Weber Point Events Center Publicity

 

20.4 Weber Point Images (1 of 3)

 

20.5 Weber Point Images (2 of 3

 

20.6 Weber Point Images (3 of 2)

 

(See VHS Cassettes, Box 23) Weber Point Tent, 1999; Gold Fever! [1999]

 

20.7 Weber, Thomas Jefferson

 

20.8 Wells, James

 

20.9 Welsh Residence

 

20.10 West Family

 

20.11 Western Pacific Railroad Depot

 

20.12 Western Pacific Railroad Depot-Illustrations

 

20.13 Western Pacific Railroad Depot-Nomination

 

20.14 Whang Ho

 

20.15 Wilde, Oscar

 

20.16 Wilhoit, R. E.

 

20.17 Wong Mansion

 

20.18 Woodmen Hall—Lafayette Street

 

20.19 Woods, Rev. James

 

20.20 Woolen Mill

 

20.21 Women’s History-Local

 

20.22 Women’s Suffrage-Stockton

 

20.23 Wright, William James

 

20.24 Yacht Club

 

20.25 Yardley, Ralph

 

20.26 YMCA Building

 

20.27 Yore, Stanley / Gloria Ice Cream

 

20.28 Yosemite Club

 

20.29 Yosemite Hotel

 

20.30 Yosemite Terrace

 

20.31 Yosemite Theater

 

20.32 Yosemite Valley Attack

 

20.33 Young, Charles

 

20.34 Ziegler, August

 

20.35 Zinc House

 

20.36 Various Properties-905 / 919 N. California Street

 

20.37 Various Properties-850 E. Channel Street

 

20.38 Various Properties-1045 N. Commerce, Joseph Swain

 

20.39 Various Properties-347 N. El Dorado

 

20.40 Various Properties-600 N. El Dorado

 

20.41 Various Properties-705 N. El Dorado

 

20.42 Various Properties-710 N. Grant Street

 

20.43 Various Properties-Lafayette Street

 

20.44 Various Properties-144 E. Lafayette / 315 S. Hunter

 

20.45 Various Properties-230 E. Main Street

 

20.46 Various Properties-343 E. Main Street

 

20.47 Various Properties-500 E. Main Street

 

20.48 Various Properties-122 E. Poplar (1 of 2)

 

20.49 Various Properties-122 E. Poplar (2 of 2)

 

20.50 Various Properties-144 E. Poplar

 

20.51 Various Properties-428 E. Poplar

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Various Properties-428 E. Poplar, Remodel Plans, 2000

 

(See Rolled Oversize Maps and Plans, Box 26) Various Properties-640 N. San Joaquin Street, Fire Escape Plans, 2001

 

20.52 Various Properties-1280 N. San Joaquin Street

 

20.53 Various Properties-1633 N. San Joaquin Street

 

20.54 Various Properties-47-41-39-35-33 S. San Joaquin Street, Built 1914

 

20.55 Various Properties-921 S. San Joaquin Street

 

20.56 Unsorted Newspaper Clippings

 

20.57 Unsorted Notes

 

Box 21

 

Subseries: Stockton, 1850-2006 (cont.)

 

21.1 Unsorted Notepads (1 of 4)

 

21.2 Unsorted Notepads (2 of 4)

 

21.3 Unsorted Notepads (3 of 4)

 

21.4 Unsorted Notepads (4 of 4)

 

21.5 Unsorted Photocopies (1 of 3)

 

21.6 Unsorted Photocopies (2 of 3)

 

21.7 Unsorted Photocopies (3 of 3)

 

21.8 Photographs, Slides, and Images-Buildings (1 of 5)

 

21.9 Photographs, Slides, and Images-Buildings (2 of 5)

 

21.10 Photographs, Slides, and Images-Buildings (3 of 5)

 

21.11 Photographs, Slides, and Images-Buildings (4 of 5)

 

21.12 Photographs, Slides, and Images-Buildings (5 of 5)

 

21.13 Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (1 of 9)

 

21.14 Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (2 of 9)

 

21.15 Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (3 of 9)

 

21.16 Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (4 of 9)

 

21.17 Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (5 of 9)

 

21.18 Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (6 of 9)

 

(See Oversize, Box 24) Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (7 of 9)

 

(See Oversize, Box 24) Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (8 of 9)

 

21.19 Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (9 of 9)

 

Box 22

 

Subseries: Trinity County, 1979

Scope and Content Note

Includes historic resources inventory.
 

22.1 Trinity County Survey

 

Subseries: Tuolumne County, 1981-2005

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, historic resource inventories, photographs, address lists, maps, consulting proposal, applications for designation as officially recognized historic resources, handwritten and photocopied notes, newspaper clippings, and photocopied articles, and travel brochure.
 

22.2 Correspondence

 

22.3 Historic Resources Inventories

 

22.4 Jamestown Site-ASI

 

22.5 Tuolumne County

 

22.6 Yosemite Junction Hotel

 

Subseries: Yosemite National Park, 1984

Scope and Content Note

Includes correspondence, announcements, notes, 35mm slides, trade mark lists, and photocopies.
 

22.7 Yosemite History Center (1 of 2)

 

22.8 Yosemite History Center (2 of 2)

 

Series IV: VHS Cassettes, 1928-2001

Scope and Content Note

Includes videos of newscasts, council meetings, and historical documentaries.
 

Box 23

 

Cunningham Hotel (1998)

 

Downtown Stockton: Past, Present, and Future (2001)

 

Fox Theatre (1996)

 

Gold Fever! [1999]

 

Good Old Days Remembered [n.d.]

 

Ripon Enters the Movies (1928)

 

Stockton City Seal (1997)

 

Stockton Concealed Weapon Issue (1994)

 

Stockton Development Center (1997)

 

Stockton Downtown Development (1995?)

 

Stockton Downtown Promotion (1996)

 

Stockton Waterfront Redevelopment (1997)

 

Stockton Waterfront Taskforce [n.d.]

 

Weber Point (1998-2000)

 

Weber Point Tent (1999); Gold Fever! [1999]

 

Series V: Oversize, 1950-2004

Scope and Content Note

Includes maps, posters, research material, plans, committee notes, and photographic images.
 

Box 24

 

24.1 Copperopolis Maps

 

24.2 Fox California Theatre-Publicity

 

24.3 Linden Irrigation District

 

24.4 Lockeford School Plans

 

24.5 Maps of Stockton, 1850-1923

 

24.6 Photocopied Photographs from the Haggin Museum

 

24.7 Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (7 of 9)

 

24.8 Photographs, Slides, and Images-People and Events (8 of 9)

 

Box 25

 

25.1 Ripon Historic School Photographs

 

25.2 Ripon Maps

 

25.3 Ripon Research

 

25.4 Schools-SUSD 150th Anniversary (2 of 2)

 

25.5 Stockton and Copperopolis Railroad Right of Way

 

25.6 Stockton Beautiful Publicity

 

25.7 Stockton Civic Memorial Auditorium-Construction

 

25.8 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Fundraising Lists, 1999

 

25.9 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Maps, 1850-2000

 

25.10 Waterfront Revival Task Force, Reports and Proposals, 1995 (7 of 7)

 

25.11 Weber Point Events Center Publicity

 

25.12 Woodbridge Masonic Lodge History

 

Series VI: Rolled Oversize Maps, Plans, and Drawing, 1907-2004

Scope and Content Note

Includes maps, building plans, and drawings.
 

Box 26

 

Armory Plans, 1916

 

Clowes Residence, Alteration Plans, 1939

 

Henery Apartments Plans

 

Hotel Stockton, Rehabilitation Plans, 2002

 

Lockeford School, Renovation Plans, 2003

 

Ripon Map, 1920

 

Ripon Maps, 1920

 

Ripon Maps, 1907, 1920, 1925, 1951

 

Ripon Map, 1927

 

Stockton City Hall, Plans, 1923

 

Stockton City Hall, Roof Replacement Plans, 2004

 

Stockton State Hospital, Doctor’s Residence Plans, 1940, 1976

 

Stockton State Hospital, Superintendent’s Residence, Dining Room Plans, 1915

 

428 E. Poplar, Remodel Plans, 2000

 

640 N. San Joaquin Street, Fire Escape Plans, 2001

 

Pencil Drawing of Leslie Crow, no date