Register of the John Muir Papers

Ronald H. Limbaugh, Kirsten E. Lewis, Don Walker, and Michael Wurtz
Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
University of the Pacific Library
3601 Pacific Ave.
Stockton, CA 95211
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University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Register of the John Muir Papers

Collection number: MSS 048

Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections

University of the Pacific Library

Stockton, California
Processed by:
Ronald H. Limbaugh, Kirsten E. Lewis, Don Walker, and Michael Wurtz
Date Completed:
2009
Encoded by:
Michael Wurtz
© 2008 University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: John Muir papers
Dates: 1849-1957
Collection number: MSS 048
Creator: Muir, John, 1838-1914
Collector: Muir-Hanna Trust
Repository: University of the Pacific. Library. Holt-Atherton Dept. of Special Collections
Stockton, California 95211
Abstract: The Muir Papers consists of John Muir's correspondence, journals, manuscripts, notebooks, drawings, and photographs. It also includes some Muir family papers, the William and Maymie Kimes collection of Muir's published writings, the Sierra Club Papers (1896-1913 ), materials collected and generated by his biographers William Badè and Linnie Marsh Wolf, and John Muir's clippings files and memorabilia.
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Language: English.
Portions of this collection are available online.

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

[Identification of item], John Muir Papers, Mss48, Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library. Copyright 1984 Muir-Hanna Trust.

Biography / Administrative History

A Scottish-born journalist and naturalist, John Muir (1838-1914) studied botany and geology at the University of Wisconsin (1861-1863). He worked for awhile as a mill hand at the Trout Broom Factory in Meaford, Canada (1864-1866), then at an Indianapolis carriage factory (1866-1867), until an accident temporarily blinded him and directed his thoughts toward full-time nature study. Striking out on foot for South America, Muir walked to the Gulf of Mexico (September 1867-January 1868), but a long illness in Florida led him to change his plans and turn his interests westward. Muir arrived by ship at San Francisco (March 1868), walked to the Sierra Nevada Mountains and began a five year wilderness sojourn (1868-1873) during which he made his year-round home in the Yosemite Valley. Working as a sheepherder and lumberman when he needed money for supplies, Muir investigated the length and breadth of the Sierra range, focusing most of his attention on glaciation and its impact on mountain topography. He began to publish newspaper articles about what he saw in the California mountains and these articles brought him to the attention of such intellectuals as Asa Gray and Ralph Waldo Emerson, both of whom sought him out during their visits to California. Encouraged by Jeanne Carr, wife of his one-time botany professor, Ezra S. Carr, Muir took up nature writing as a profession (1872). He set up winter headquarters in Oakland and began a pattern of spring and summer mountaineering followed by winter writing based upon his travel journals that he held to until 1880. His treks took him to Mount Shasta (1874, 1875 & 1877), the Great Basin (1876, 1877, 1878), southern California and the Coast Range (1877), and southern Alaska (1879). Muir found that he could finance his modest bachelor lifestyle with revenue from contributions published in various San Francisco newspapers and magazines. During this period he launched the first lobbying effort to to protect Sierra forests from wasteful lumbering practices (1876).
In 1880 he married Louisa Strentzel, daughter of a prominent physician and horticulturist in Martinez, Calif. Quickly learning the fruit business, Muir soon found himself caught up in the full-time management of his father-in-law's orchard properties. Two daughters (Annie Wanda, b. 1881 and Helen Lillian, b. 1886) added to his domestic responsibilities. His writing diminished during this decade, with only one lengthy project completed ( Picturesque California, 1888).
Prompted by the persistent urging of Robert Underwood Johnson, an editor of Century Magazine, and freed from many business obligations by his father-in-law's death and the subsequent sale of much of Strentzel's property by Louisa Strentzel Muir, John Muir launched a major writing and lobbying campaign that culminated in the creation of Yosemite, Sequoia and General Grant (Kings Canyon) National Parks (1890). He also helped found the Sierra Club (1892) and used its collective influence to protect the boundaries of Yosemite (1895) from lumber interests. During the 1890s Muir again began to travel, visiting Alaska, 1890; Europe, 1893; Arizona & Oregon, 1896; Canada & Alaska, 1897, 1899; the Midwest and New England, 1898) and also published his first important book, The Mountains of California (1894).
During Muir's final fourteen years, he was hounded by a variety of family difficulties and political failures that probably hastened his death. Louisa, Muir's wife, died in 1905. In the same year his younger daughter, Helen, contracted tuberculosis and Muir shepherded the young woman to various spas ultimately settling her in Daggett in the Mojave Desert (1905). Meanwhile, the naturalist found himself at odds with "utilitarian" conservationists like Theodore Roosevelt and Gifford Pinchot, who were less interested in the preservation of wilderness than in the controlled 'harvesting' of forest resources. Pinchot also favored conversion of the Hetch Hetchy Valley to a reservoir for the city of San Francisco, an idea which ultimately became a reality despite Muir's dogged opposition (1908-1913). Still, John Muir found time and energy both for travel and for writing. In 1903 he ushered President Theodore Roosevelt through Yosemite, then shortly afterward took a year's voyage around the world (1903-1904). In 1906 Muir spent much time with daughter Helen in Arizona, the following year he summered in the Hetch Hetchy with California painter, William Keith and in 1909 visited the Grand Canyon and the Colorado River with John Burroughs and E.H. Harriman. His most extended trip during these years was a six month tour of South America and Africa (1911-1912). Muir somehow found time during the same years to publish Stickeen (1908), My First Summer in the Sierra (1910) and The Yosemite (1912).

Scope and Content of Collection

The Muir Papers are arranged in seven series. Series I consists of John Muir's correspondence and related papers (1856-1914). Series 2 contains Muir's journals and sketchbooks (1867-1913). Series 3 consists of Muir's notebooks (1856-1912), working notes (1864-1914) and manuscripts of Muir's published writings. Series 4 contains Muir's sketches and photograph collection. Series 5 consists of Muir Family papers, Sierra Club Papers (1896-1913), as well as materials relating to Muir collected and generated by his biographers William Badè and Linnie Marsh Wolfe. Series 6 contains John Muir's clippings files. Series 7 consists of Muir memorabilia, including maps, calling cards, brochures, pamphlets and other like materials collected by Muir during his travels.
An index to the correspondence in the Muir Papers can be found in The Guide and Index to the Microform Edition of the John Muir Papers 1858-1957 edited by Ronald H. Limbaugh and Kirsten E. Lewis, 1986.

Indexing Terms

The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the library's online public access catalog.
Muir, John (1838-1914)
Muir family
Strentzel family
Badè, William F. (1871-1936)
Wolfe, Linnie Marsh (1881-1945)
Carr, Jeanne C. Smith
Muir, Helen Lillian
Burroughs, John (1837-1921)
Hanna, Annie Wanda Muir
Harriman, Edward Henry (1848-1909)
Muir, Louisa Wanda Strentzel
Sierra Club
Yosemite National Park (Calif.) -History
Hetch Hetchy Valley (Calif.)
Naturalists -California -Diaries
Environmentalism -West (U.S.)
National parks and reserves -United States -History
Glacial landforms -West (U.S.)
Sierra Nevada (Calif. and Nev.) -Description and travel
Naturalists -California -Drawings

Related Material


Container List

 

Series I: Correspondence & Related Documents.

Scope and Content Note

Letters added to the John Muir Papers after microfim project of 1986 are filed by date within this series and have been digitized and are available online.

Additional Note

 

Box 1: Correspondence & Related Papers,1856-1871 [m/f reel 1-2]

 

Box 2: Correspondence & related papers,1872-1879 [m/f reel 2-3]

 

Box 3: Correspondence & related papers,1880-1885 [m/f reel 4-5]

 

Box 4: Correspondence & related papers,1886-1890 [m/f reel 5-6]

 

Box 5: Correspondence & related papers,1891-1893 [m/f reel 7]

 

Box 6: Correspondence & related papers,1894-1895 [m/f reel 8]

 

Box 7: Correspondence & related papers,1896-1897 [m/f reel 9]

 

Box 8: Correspondence & related papers,1898-1900 [m/f reel 10-11]

 

Box 9: Correspondence & related papers,1901-Aug 1902 [m/f reel 11-12]

 

Box 10: Correspondence & related papers, Sep 1902-1903 [m/f reel 12-13]

 

Box 11: Correspondence & related papers,1904-May 1905 [m/f reel 14-15]

 

Box 12: Correspondence & related papers, Jun 1905-Jun 1907 [m/f reel 15-16]

 

Box 13: Correspondence & related papers, Jul 1907-Jul 1908 [m/f reel 16-17]

 

Box 14: Correspondence & related papers, Aug 1908-1909 [m/f reel 17-18]

 

Box 15: Correspondence & related papers,1910-1911 [m/f reel 19-20]

 

Box 16: Correspondence & related papers, 1912-Jul 1913 [m/f reel 20-21]

 

Box 17: Correspondence & related papers, Aug 1913-1914 [m/f reel 21-22]

 

Box 18: Letterbooks, 1865-1909; Business & Legal Documents, 1862-1914 [m/f reel 22 pt. 2]

 

Letterbooks, 1865-1909

Scope and Content Note

1902 March-April Letters sent (holograph drafts)
1902-05 Notebook draft correspondence
1905 March 21 – July 4 letters sent
1865-1875 Muir to Carr transcriptions
Draft telegrams 1909 February 7
Draft telegrams 1909 February 8
 

Business & Legal Documents, 1862-1914

Scope and Content Note

Book contracts
Marriage Certificate (1880)
Certificate of introduction Robert Underwood Johnson c.1893
Naturalization Certificate and papers (1903)
Tax bills (c.1912)
Facsimile of death certificate (1914)
Honorary degrees: University of Wisconsin (1897), Yale (1911), Harvard (1896), UC Berkeley (1913) [oversize documents stored with oversized drawings]
World Congress Auxiliary appointment (1893) [oversize documents stored with oversized drawings]
Passport (1903) [oversize documents stored with oversized drawings]
 

Series II: Journals & Sketchbooks

 

Box 1: Journals & Sketchbooks, 1867-May 1873 [m/f reel 23]

 

2.1.1-Florida & Cuba trip, 9/67-2/68 [m/f reel 23 frame 00020]

 

2.1.2-Crossing the Panama Isthmus, ca3/68 [m/f reel 23 frame 00147]

 

2.1.2-Crossing the Panama Isthmus, ca3/68 TRANSCRIPTION by Stephanie LeMenager, 2010

 

2.1.3-Twenty Hill Hollow, 1-5/69 [m/f reel 23 frame 00152]

 

2.1.4-Yosemite Year Book, 11/69-ca8/70 [m/f reel 23 frame 00197]

 

2.1.5-Yosemite Valley, 4-5/71[?] [m/f reel 23 frame 00237] [mf only]

 

2.1.6-Yosemite Creek, etc., 8-10/72 [m/f reel 23 frame 00244] Sketch of [ ] YoValley (on back)

 

2.1.7-Illilouette Basin Trip, 8-9/72 [m/f reel 23 frame 00310]

 

2.1.8-Tuolumne, 9-10/72 [m/f reel 23 frame 00357] Sierra good drawing W Mariposa Cath. caves

 

2.1.9-Study sections & illus.: Tenaya Falls, 12/72 [m/f reel 23 frame 00473] [mf only]

 

2.1.10-Wind Storm, Pine Trees, Feeding, etc., 12/72-6/73 [m/f reel 23 frame 00508]

 

2.1.11-Yosemite Falls, Ice Cone, etc., 1-5/73 [m/f reel 23 frame 00541] Tuolumne, etc. (Yos. Mus. at bottom)

 

2.1.12-Yosemite Falls, Rainbows, Avalanches, 5-6/73 [m/f reel 23 frame 00600]

 

2.1.13-Indian Canyon, North Dome, Big Tuolumne Canyon, 5-7/73 [m/f reel 23 frame 00625]

 

Box 2: Journals & Sketchbooks, Jun 1873-Aug 1876 [m/f reel 24]

 

2.2.1-Mt. Lyell studies, Glacier Canyon erosion, 6/73 [m/f reel 24 frame 00677] Avalanches, Trees, Spring in High Sierras; Sketches etc Mt Dana(?); Sketch of Will Spruce p.20; Sketch of Mt Lyell last; Notes from Hebrides to Himalaya

 

2.2.2-Alps & Little Yosemite, 7-8/73 [m/f reel 24 frame 00717]

 

2.2.3-Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Mono Trip, 9-11/73 [m/f reel 24 frame 00779]

 

2.2.4-Torreya, Merced Canyon, summer 1874[?] [m/f reel 24 frame 00877]

 

2.2.5-First Trip to Mt. Shasta, 10-11/74 [m/f reel 24 frame 00891]

 

2.2.6-Shasta, Yosemite, Dead Rivers, 10-12/74 [m/f reel 24 frame 00953]

 

2.2.7-Redwood, Yosemite, Shasta, Kings River, etc., 10/74-ca2-7/75 [m/f reel 24 frame 01069] Mt Whitney Keurleron (?) Pass

 

2.2.8-Glaciers, Dead Rivers, Sketches, Shasta Storms, 4/75 [m/f reel 24 frame 01117]

 

2.2.9-Owens Valley, Yosemite, Middle Fork of San Joaquin, 6-9/75 [m/f reel 24 frame 01135] Mt San Joaquin [Brownie] [Warnells] Sequoia with etc

 

2.2.10-Sequoia Studies from Yosemite South End of Belt at White River, 8-11/75 [m/f reel 24 frame 01187]

 

Box 3: Journals & Sketchbooks, May 1876-Aug 1879 [m/f reel 25]

 

2.3.1-South Dome Ridge, etc., 5-8/76 [m/f reel 25 frame 01238] Notes on journey to Stockton

 

2.3.2-Travels in Utah, etc., 5-7/77 [m/f reel 25 frame 01303] Mormons; Big [ ] with Magee; Voyage to Santa Monica

 

2.3.3-Cinder Cone sketches, etc., 8-9/7 [m/f reel 25 frame 01375] Feather River [fountains] San Gabriel and South Coast Mountains

 

2.3.4-Trip with Hooker and Gray, Bidwells, etc., 9-11/77 [m/f reel 25 frame 01409] Voyage down Sacramento; voyage down San Joaquin

 

2.3.5-Geodetic Survey from Sacramento to Wasatch Mountains, 6-8/78 [m/f reel 25 frame 01450] Lake Tahoe Tree - Studies, etc. Good sketches of young firs

 

2.3.6-Notes of travel on east side of Sierra, 9-10/78 [m/f reel 25 frame 01503]

 

2.3.7-Expedition to Alaska, 6-9/79 [m/f reel 25 frame 01559]

 

2.3.8-Alaska Trip, 7-8/79 [m/f reel 25 frame 01617]

 

2.3.8-Alaska Trip, 7-8/79 TRANSCRIPTION [m/f reel 25 frame 01733]

 

2.3.9-Cassiar Trip, 7-8/79 [m/f reel 25 frame 01773] [mf only]

 

2.3.10-From Wrangell up Stickeen, 2nd Trip to Cassiar Mines, 8/79 [m/f reel 25 frame 01778]

 

Box 4: Journals & Sketchbooks, Oct 1879-1881 [m/f reel 26-27 pt. 1]

 

2.4.1-lst Alaska Trip with S. Hall Young, 10-12/79 [m/f reel 26 frame 01935]

 

2.4.2-Transcript of 1st Alaska Trip [m/f reel 26 frame 02059]

 

2.4.3-From Wrangell up coast, Sum Dum Takou, etc., 8/80 [m/f reel 26 frame 02114]

 

2.4.4-2nd Expedition, 8-9/80 [m/f reel 26 frame 02242]

 

2.4.5-Cruise of the "Corwin," 5/81 [m/f reel 26 frame 02259]

 

2.4.6-"Corwin" Cruise: Sketches & Notes, 5-9/81 [m/f reel 27 frame 02370]

 

2.4.7-"Corwin" Cruise, 6-10/81 [m/f reel 27 frame 02441]

 

2.4.8-"Corwin" Cruise, 6-10/81 TRANSCRIPTION [m/f reel 27 frame 02664]

 

Box 5: Journals & Sketchbooks, 1885-1895 [m/f reel 27 pt. 2; 28 pt. 1]

 

2.5.1-Yellowstone Park, Columbia River, etc., 8/85 [m/f reel 27 frame 02778]

 

2.5.2-Trip with Parry to Lake Tahoe, 6-9/88 [m/f reel 27 frame 02805]

 

2.5.3-Excursion to Rainier, Notes on Puget Sound, 8/88 [m/f reel 27 frame 02854]

 

2.5.4-Yosemite Trip, 6/89 [m/f reel 27 frame 02877]

 

2.5.5-Trips to Alaska & Norway, 6-7/90; 7-8/93 [m/f reel 27 frame 02882]

 

2.5.6-Sketches of Glaciers made from Muir Glacier, 6-7/90 [m/f reel 28 frame 02984]

 

2.5.7-Alaskan Sled Trip, 7/90 [m/f reel 28 frame 03015]

 

2.5.8-Glacier Sled Trip Sketches & Notes, 7/90 [m/f reel 28 frame 03079]

 

2.5.9-Alaskan Sled Trip, 7/90 [m/f reel 28 frame 03109]

 

2.5.10-From Front of Glacier to Point of Tree Mountains, 8/90 [m/f reel 28 frame 03118]

 

2.5.11-Trip to Kings River, 5-6/91 [m/f reel 28 frame 03146]

 

2.5.12-Trip to Europe, 8/93 [m/f reel 28 frame 03198]

 

2.5.13-Ranch Life, 1-7/95 [m/f reel 28 frame 03222]

 

2.5.14-Trip Down Tuolumne Canyon, etc., 7-9/95 [m/f reel 28 frame 03266]

 

2.5.15-Trip Down Tuolumne Canyon, etc., 1895 TRANSCRIPTION [m/f reel 28 frame 03327]

 

Box 6: Journals & Sketchbooks, 1896-1903 [m/f reel 28 pt. 2-29]

 

2.6.1-Ranch Life, 1-5/96 [reel 28 #11] [m/f reel 28 frame 03376]

 

2.6.2-Travels with Forest Commission, 6-7/96 [m/f reel 28 frame 03407]

 

2.6.3-From SF to Alaska & return, The Osborn Trip, 8/96 [m/f reel 28 frame 03430], Addendum 2.6.3-From SF to Alaska & return, The Osborn Trip, 8/96 TRANSCRIPTION (not filmed)

 

2.6.4-Forest Field Studies, 8-9/96 [m/f reel 28 frame 03460]

 

2.6.5-Washington Notes & Sketchbook, A Few of Calif. Sierra, [1896?] [m/f reel 28 frame 03496]

 

2.6.6-Botany Trip with Sargent & Canby, 7-11/97 [m/f reel 28 frame 03506]

 

2.6.7-Sargent & Canby Trip to Alaska, 8-9/97 [m/f reel 29 frame 03598]

 

2.6.8-Harriman Expedition: From SF to Harriman Fjord, 5-6/99 [m/f reel 29 frame 03621]

 

2.6.9-Harriman Expedition, pt. 2, 6-7/99 [m/f reel 29 frame 03701]

 

2.6.10-Harriman Expedition, pt. 3, 7-8/99 [m/f reel 29 frame 03795]

 

2.6.11-Trips to Boulder Creek & Giant Forest, 6-7/01 [m/f reel 29 frame 03824]

 

2.6.12-Tuolumne Meadows Trip with Sierra Club, 7-8/01 [m/f reel 29 frame 03844]

 

2.6.13-Arizona Trip, 1/02 [m/f reel 29 frame 03861]

 

2.6.14-Kern River, etc. for "Auto" [biography?], 7-8/02 [m/f reel 29 frame 03878]

 

2.6.15-World Tour, pt. 1, 6-7/03 [m/f reel 29 frame 03924]

 

2.6.16-World Tour, pt. 2, 7-8/03 [m/f reel 29 frame 03976]

 

2.6.17-World Tour, pt. 3, 8-11/03 [m/f reel 29 frame 04021]

 

2.6.18-World Tour, pt. 4, 11/03-1/04 [m/f reel 29 frame 04075]

 

Box 7: Journals & Sketchbooks, 1904-1913 [m/f reel 30]

 

2.7.1-World Tour, pt. 5, 1-5/04 [m/f reel 30 frame 04175]

 

2.7.2-Tree Notes on Petrified Forest, 7-9/05-2/06 [m/f reel 30 frame 04347]

 

2.7.3-Tree Studies, 7-10/06 [m/f reel 30 frame 04359]

 

2.7.4-Yosemite Trip with Sierra Club, 6-7/07 [m/f reel 30 frame 04373]

 

2.7.5-Arizona Trip, 2-4/09 [m/f reel 30 frame 04392]

 

2.7.6-Sierra Club Outing, 7/09 [m/f reel 30 frame 04416]

 

2.7.7-South America Trip, pt. 1, 8-10/11 [m/f reel 30 frame 04428]

 

2.7.8-South America Trip, pt. 2, 10-11/11 [m/f reel 30 frame 04051]

 

2.7.9-South America Trip, pt. 3, 11/11-3/12 [m/f reel 30 frame 04535]

 

2.7.10-South America Trip, 1912 TRANSCRIPTION [m/f reel 30 frame 04636]

 

2.7.11-Island Park Trip, 8/13 [m/f reel 30 frame 04799]

 

Series IIIa: Notebooks

 

Box 1: Notebooks, 1856-1871 [m/f reel 31]

 

3.1.1-Religious essays; Log School, etc., 1856; 1860; [ca 1887] [m/f reel 31 frame 00023]

 

3.1.2-Principles of Physics or Natural Philosophy, 1861 [m/f reel 31 frame 00036]

 

3.1.3-[Book Notes on Scottish Geology], ca 1863 [m/f reel 31 frame 00080]

 

3.1.4-Wisconsin Prairies, etc., [ca 1863] [m/f reel 31 frame 00109]

 

3.1.5-Sierra Journal, vol. 1: Summer, 1869 [notebook; ca 1887] [m/f reel 31 frame 00120]

 

3.1.6-Sierra Journal, vol. 1: Summer, 1869 [typescript; ca 1910] [m/f reel 31 frame 00209]

 

3.1.7-Sierra Journal, vol. 2: Summer, 1869 [notebook; ca 1887] [m/f reel 31 frame 00300]

 

3.1.8-Sierra Journal, vol. 2: Summer, 1869 [typescript; ca 1910] [m/f reel 31 frame 00382]

 

3.1.9-Sierra Journal, vol. 3: Summer, 1869 [notebook; ca 1887] [m/f reel 31 frame 00469]

 

3.1.10-Sierra Journal, vol. 3: Summer, 1869 [typescript; ca 1910] [m/f reel 31 frame 00537]

 

3.1.11-Yosemite, etc. [pt. 1], 1871-187 [ca 1887] [m/f reel 31 frame 00643]

 

Box 2: Notebooks, 1872-1881 [m/f reel 32]

 

3.2.1-Yosemite, etc., pt. 2, 1872-1874; 1879 [ca 1887] [m/f reel 32 frame 00758]

 

3.2.2-Studies: Yosemite, etc., 1873 [ca 1887] [m/f reel 32 frame 00823]

 

3.2.3-Sequoia Notes, 1873-1877 [ca 1900] [m/f reel 32 frame 00879]

 

3.2.4-Shasta, Yosemite, Dead Rivers, 1874 [ca 1887] [m/f reel 32 frame 00892] Feather River, etc.

 

3.2.5-[Yosemite Studies, etc.], 1875 [ca 1887] [m/f reel 32 frame 00915]

 

3.2.6-[Nevada & Alaska Essays], 1878; 1879 [m/f reel 32 frame 00994] N.E. Alaska, Gls. Sketches, Sunset in Glacier B.

 

3.2.7-Alaska Notes, Summer 1880 [ca 1895] [m/f reel 32 frame 01120]

 

3.2.8-[Northwest Geography & History [1881] [m/f reel 32 frame 01175] Cruise of the Corwin

 

Box 3: Notebooks, 1887-1912 [m/f reel 33]

 

3.3.1-[Stickeen, etc.], [ca 1887] [m/f reel 33 frame 01331]

 

3.3.2-Alaska Notes, Summer 1890 [1895; 1912?] [m/f reel 33 frame 01394]

 

3.3.3-[Stickeen, ca 1895] [m/f reel 33 frame 01410]

 

3.3.4-Some unused notes on Camps, Walks, Death, etc. [ca 1899] [m/f reel 33 frame 01535] Mostly 1st sketch of Sequoia & park

 

3.3.5-Yosemite & Alaska [ca 1901] [m/f reel 33 frame 01643]

 

3.3.6-[Sargent's Silva, ca 1903] [m/f reel 33 frame 01701] article Glacier for Cyclopedia

 

3.3.7-Sketches of Fossil Flora [ca 1906] [m/f reel 33 frame 01772] Carboniferous

 

3.3.8-[Book Notes, ca 1906] [m/f reel 33 frame 01849]

 

3.3.9-Amazon Notes, etc. [ca 1911-1912] [m/f reel 33 frame 01887]

 

Series IIIb, c, d: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Notes

 

Box 4: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, 1864-1874 [m/f reel 34; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.4.34.01951: Adventures of three Naturalists in search of a Breakfast or A peep into a Crawford Co. Mail Bag, 1864 [poem] (see letter from John Muir to Emily Pelton 1864 Feb 27 - Mar 1, in Series 1: Correspondence and Related Documents)

 

3.4.34.01953: In Search of a Breakfast: Dedicated to the "Patron of all those luckless brains, which to the wrong side leaning, Indite much metre with much pains And little or no meaning." 1864 [poem] (see letter from John Muir to Emily Pelton 1864 Feb 27 - Mar 1, in Series 1: Correspondence and Related Documents)

 

3.4.34.01955: Noon, rest, evening, etc., 1864 [poem] (see letter from John Muir to Emily Pelton 1864 Feb 27 - Mar 1, in Series 1: Correspondence and Related Documents)

 

3.4.34.01957: The Sabbath, 1864 [poem] (see from John Muir letter to Emily Pelton 1864 Feb 27 - Mar 1, in Series 1: Correspondence and Related Documents)

 

3.4.34.01959: 200 plants collected in walking 200 yards, c1865

 

3.4.34.01961: Anemone Nuttalliana, 1867

 

3.4.34.01966: Anemone Nuttalliana, 1867 [initialed]

 

3.4.34.01971: In the trunk, c1867

 

3.4.34.01973: Havana, 1868

 

3.4.34.01975: From Florida to Cuba, 1869

 

3.4.34.01978: Recollections of the winds, c1869

 

3.4.34.01983: [The midsummer glories], 1870?

 

3.4.34.01985: Glacial fleas, c1870

 

3.4.34.01989: [Philosophy & religion], c1870

 

3.4.34.01992: Squirrel, c1870

 

3.4.34.01994: [Sierra Indian Summer], c1871

 

3.4.34.01997: Lower Yosemite Fall, 1872?

 

3.4.34.02001: The Valley is tranquil..., 1872 [poem]

 

3.4.34.02003: The Alps, c1872

 

3.4.34.02006: [Animal Notes], c1872

 

3.4.34.02012: [Arizona Notes], c1872

 

3.4.34.02014: [Avalanches], c1872

 

3.4.34.02018: [Bears], c1872

 

3.4.34.02024: Beginning of sculpture, c1872

 

3.4.34.02058: Birds, c1872

 

3.4.34.02069: Choosing camp, c1872

 

3.4.34.02072: Climate [etc.], c1872

 

3.4.34.02075: Clouds Rest, c1872

 

3.4.34.02078: The Coyote, c1872

 

3.4.34.02080: Distribution of plants, c1872

 

3.4.34.02085: [Forest soils], c1872

 

3.4.34.02087: [Glacier Notes], c1872

 

3.4.34.02090: [Glaciers], c1872

 

3.4.34.02107: God Inventor, c1872

 

3.4.34.02110: Headlands, c1872

 

3.4.34.02113: [Himalaya Notes], c1872

 

3.4.34.02115: Illilouette, c1872

 

3.4.34.02126: Life for every death, c1872

 

3.4.34.02129: Mosquitoes [etc.], c1872

 

3.4.34.02131: Mountainanity..., c1872

 

3.4.34.02133: [Sierra slate & denudation], c1872

 

3.4.34.01951: Adventures of three naturalists, 1864 [poem]

 

3.4.34.02138: [South American Notes], c1872

 

3.4.34.02141: [Storms], c1872

 

3.4.34.02145: [Tree Studies], c1872

 

3.4.34.02187: Tuolumne Canyon, c1872

 

3.4.34.02195: Water Music, c1872

 

3.4.34.02197: Wind Storm, c1872

 

3.4.34.02201: Yosemite Book [outline], c1872

 

3.4.34.02207: Yosemite Meadows, c1872

 

3.4.34.02209: [Yosemite Valley in flood], c1872

 

3.4.34.02214: Love of Beauty in Animals, c1873

 

3.4.34.02216: Yosemite, c1873

 

3.4.34.02241: [High Sierra trip narrative], 1874

 

3.4.34.02245: [Shasta in winter], 1874

 

3.4.34.01951: Adventures of three naturalists, 1864 [poem]

 

3.4.34.02247: [Ancient glaciers & their pathways], c1874

 

3.4.34.02257: Formation of passes, c1874

 

3.4.34.02260: [Formation of soils], c1874

 

3.4.34.02272: Geology Notes, c1874

 

3.4.34.02273: [Glacial denudation?], c1874

 

3.4.34.02275: Glacial denudation..., c1874

 

3.4.34.02342: Introductory No. 2, c1874

 

3.4.34.02392: Light, c1874

 

3.4.34.02397: [McCloud River], c1874

 

3.4.34.02399: Mountain Building, c1874

 

3.4.34.02415: [Mountain Passes], c1874

 

3.4.34.02417: Mountain Sculpture, c1874

 

3.4.34.02567: Mountain Sculpture & Sculpture..., c1874

 

3.4.34.02660: [Shadows], c1874

 

Box 5: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1874 [m/f reel 35; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.5.35.03714: [Sierra Studies], c1874

 

3.5.35.03725: The Alps, c1874

 

3.5.35.03738: The Glaciers, c1874

 

3.5.35.03769: Ancient Glaciers, c1874

 

3.5.35.03805: The Passes of the California Alps...., c1874

 

3.5.35.03815: Alpine Alps, c1874

 

3.5.35.03883: Meadows, c1874

 

3.5.35.03934: [Gardens], c1874

 

3.5.35.04011: Alpine Forests, c1874

 

3.5.35.04061: Sequoia in Two Sections, c1874

 

3.5.35.04232: The New Agriculture, c1874

 

3.5.35.04251: The Coniferous Forest of the Sierra, c1874

 

3.5.35.04310: Wind Storm in the Woods, c1874

 

3.5.35.04331: Snow Banners of the Alps, c1874

 

3.5.35.04347: Alpine Waterfalls, c1874

 

3.5.35.04390: Ouzel, c1874

 

3.5.35.04413: Tamias, c1874

 

Box 6: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1874-Sp 1876[m/f reel 36; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.6.36.04442: [Soil Building], c1874

 

3.6.36.04455: Studies in the formation of Mountains...., c1874

 

3.6.36.04510: Studies in the Sierra: Ancient Glaciers, c1874

 

3.6.36.04584: [Studies in the Sierra: Glaciers], c1874

 

3.6.36.04588: Studies in the Sierra 5: Formation and Sculpture of Mountains, c1874

 

3.6.36.04654: Studies in the Sierra No. 1: Mountain Sculpture, c1874

 

3.6.36.04699: Studies in the Sierra No. 2: Mountain Sculpture, c1874

 

3.6.36.04747: Studies in the Sierra No. 2: Mountain Sculpture, c1874

 

3.6.36.04795: Studies in the Sierra No. 4: Glacial Denudation, c1874

 

3.6.36.04851: Studies in the Sierra No. 5: Glacial Denudation, c1874

 

3.6.36.04878: Studies in the Sierra No. 6: Formation of Soils, c1874

 

3.6.36.04892: Studies in the Sierra No. 7: Mountain Building, c1874

 

3.6.36.04897: Yosemite and the High Sierra, c1874

 

3.6.36.04899: Death, c1875

 

3.6.36.04900: Excursion to Minarets: Melting of the Ice Sheet [etc.], c1875

 

3.6.36.04934: [Explorers, etc.], c1875

 

3.6.36.04938: [Influence of Nature], c1875

 

3.6.36.04942: Landscapes, c1875

 

3.6.36.04946: Landscapes Architecture, c1875

 

3.6.36.04948: Man, c1875

 

3.6.36.04952: Shasta, c1875 [poem]

 

3.6.36.04954: [Snow Storm on Mt. Shasta], c1875

 

3.6.36.04959: Squirrel [Notes], c1875

 

3.6.36.04962: [Unity of Nature], c1875

 

3.6.36.04965: Floods, c1876

 

3.6.36.04997: Flood-storm on the Yuba, c1876

 

3.6.36.05009: The Glaciers, c1876

 

3.6.36.05057: [The Glaciers], c1876

 

3.6.36.05062: Shasta Bees, c1876

 

Box 7: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1876 [m/f reel 37; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.7.37.05125: Shasta Bees, c1876

 

3.7.37.05149: [Wild Sheep], c1876

 

3.7.37.05167: Wild Wool, c1876

 

3.7.37.05170: Wild Wool, c1876

 

3.7.37.05198: [Wild Wool], c1876

 

3.7.37.05208: On The Post-Glacial History of the Sequoia Gigantea, 1876

 

3.7.37.05252: On The Post-Glacial History of the Sequoia Gigantea, 1876

 

3.7.37.05309: On The Post-Glacial History of the Sequoia Gigantea, 1876

 

3.7.37.05358: [A Summer Day], 1876

 

3.7.37.05361: Autobiography.....Introduction [No.1], c1876

 

3.7.37.05409: The California Mountains, c1876

 

3.7.37.05412: Climate, c1876

 

3.7.37.05415: [The Douglass Squirrel of California], c1876

 

3.7.37.05444: [Flood Storm in the Sierra], c1876

 

3.7.37.05455: [Flood Storm on the Yuba], c1876

 

3.7.37.05458: Floods and Boulders, c1876

 

3.7.37.05484: [The Glacial Meadows of the Sierra], c1876

 

3.7.37.05510: [God's First Temples], c1876

 

3.7.37.05512: [In the Heart of the California Alps], c1876

 

3.7.37.05566: [In the Heart of the California Alps], c1876

 

3.7.37.05572: Introductory No.3: Mountaineering, c1876

 

3.7.37.05627: Lecture on Glaciers, c1876

 

3.7.37.05665: Modoc War, c1876

 

3.7.37.05673: [Mountaineering], c1876

 

3.7.37.05688: [On the Post-Glacial History of Sequoia Gigantea], c1876

 

3.7.37.05698: The Passes, c1876

 

3.7.37.05730: Shadows, c1876

 

3.7.37.05733: Tamias Quadrivittatus, c1876

 

3.4.34.01951: Adventures of three naturalists, 1864 [poem]

 

3.7.37.05737: [Wild Sheep], c1876

 

3.7.37.05743: Wild Wool, c1876

 

3.4.34.01951: Adventures of three naturalists, 1864 [poem]

 

3.7.37.05769: Wind and Campfire, c1876

 

3.7.37.05772: A Wind Storm in the Forests of the Yuba, c1876

 

Box 8: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1876-ca 1880[m/f reel 38; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.8.38.05833: [A Wind Storm in the Forests of the Yuba], c1876

 

3.8.38.05842: Lake Merced, c1872-1876

 

3.8.38.05845: [Sierra Studies], c1872-1876

 

3.8.38.05881: [Waterfalls, etc.], c1872-1876

 

3.8.38.05893: [In the San Gabriel], after 1877

 

3.8.38.05900: Impressions, c1877

 

3.8.38.05904: Sheep, c1877

 

3.8.38.05908: [Snow Banners], c1877

 

3.8.38.05914: Snow Banners, c1877

 

3.8.38.05932: Snow Banners, c1877

 

3.8.38.05948: [Snow Banners], c1877

 

3.8.38.05960: [Snow Storm on Mt. Shasta], c1877

 

3.8.38.05989: [Snow Storm on Mt. Shasta], c1877

 

3.8.38.06022: [Snow Storm on Mt. Shasta], c1877

 

3.8.38.06061: [Storms, etc.], c1877

 

3.8.38.06064: [Tropical Outline of Sierra Trips], c1877

 

3.8.38.06066: [Water Ouzel], c1877

 

3.8.38.06085: [Water Ouzel], c1877

 

3.8.38.06087: Water-Ouzel, c1877

 

3.8.38.06112: Bee-Lands of California, c1878

 

3.8.38.06134: The Bee-Lands of California, c1878

 

3.8.38.06146: Great Basin, c1878

 

3.8.38.06170: [The Mountain Lakes of California], c1878

 

3.8.38.06213: [Nevada's Dead Towns], c1878

 

3.8.38.06221: [Nevada's Dead Towns], c1878

 

3.8.38.06225: [The New Sequoia Forests of California], c1878

 

3.8.38.06260: [The New Sequoia Forests of California], c1878

 

3.8.38.06334: Wild Sheep, c1878

 

3.8.38.06378: Death, c1876-1878

 

3.8.38.06380: [Notes of a Naturalist...JM on Puget Sound], 1879

 

3.8.38.06384: [Notes of a Naturalist... Wrangel Island], 1879

 

3.8.38.06388: Excursion to one of the Great Glaciers of Alaska, 1879

 

3.8.38.06402: [Alaska Coast Scenery], 1879

 

3.8.38.06417: [Alaska Glaciers], c1879

 

3.8.38.06429: Excursion to One of the Deserted Indian Villages...,1879

 

3.8.38.06439: Climate of South Eastern Alaska, 1879

 

3.8.38.06457: [Alaska Trip Itinerary], 1879

 

3.8.38.06459: [Alaska Trip Outline], c1879

 

3.8.38.06463: [Alaska Draft Fragments], c1879-1880

 

3.8.38.06476: [Miscellaneous Fragments], c1870-1879

 

3.8.38.06502: Trees of the Valley, c1870s

 

3.8.38.06505: [Bee-Pastures of California], c1880

 

3.8.38.06508: [Alaska Land: A Perfect Day...], c 1880

 

3.8.38.06519: [Alaska Birds, etc.], c1880

 

3.8.38.06521: [Alaska Weather at Taku Fiord], c1880

 

Box 9: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1880-ca 1888[m/f reel 39; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.9.39.06556: The Ancient Glaciers of the Sierra, c1880

 

3.9.39.06620: [The Ancient Glaciers of the Sierra], c1880

 

3.9.39.06623: The Bee- Pastures of California, c1880

 

3.9.39.06644: The Bee- Pastures of California, c1880

 

3.9.39.06670: California Agriculture, c1880

 

3.9.39.06679: California Agriculture, c1880

 

3.9.39.06698: [The Coniferous Forests of the Sierra Nevada], c1880

 

3.9.39.06758: [The Coniferous Forests of the Sierra Nevada], c1880

 

3.9.39.06774: Forests: Tuberculata, c1880

 

3.9.39.06777: [Lake Tenaya Trip], c1880

 

3.9.39.06782: Waterfalls, etc., c1880

 

3.9.39.06784: [On the Glaciation of Arctic and Subarctic Regions....], 1884

 

3.9.39.06801: [On Wrangel Land], 1881

 

3.9.39.06805: [Wrangel Land: Conflict with the Ice], 1881

 

3.9.39.06814: [On Wrangel Land], 1881

 

3.9.39.06827: [Out of the Arctic: The Most Northerly Coal Mine], c1881

 

3.9.39.06836: [Perils of Whaling], 1881

 

3.9.39.06839: [Our New Arctic Territory], 1881

 

3.9.39.06873: [Our New Arctic Territory], c1881

 

3.9.39.06884: Our New Arctic Territory, 1881

 

3.9.39.06909: Botanical Notes, c1882

 

3.9.39.06937: [Botanical Notes on Alaska], c1882

 

3.9.39.06945: Conspiracy to Eat a Baldheaded Scotchman....,1882 [poem]

 

3.9.39.06949: On the Glaciaton of the Arctic and Subarctic Regions, 1884

 

3.9.39.07018: [Mountaineering, etc.], c1885

 

3.9.39.07026: [Alaska], c1887

 

3.9.39.07028: [Hunting],1887 [poem]

 

3.9.39.07031: [Introductory No. 3; Mountaineering], c1887

 

3.9.39.07065: [Sierra Journals Summer of 1869 Indices], c1887

 

3.9.39.07068: [Animals], c1888

 

3.9.39.07072: [Missouri River], c1888

 

3.9.39.07085: [Mono Lake], c1888

 

3.9.39.07092: [Mount Shasta], c1888

 

3.9.39.07148: [Mount Shasta], c1888

 

3.9.39.07191: Mount Shasta, c1888

 

3.9.39.07218: [Mount Shasta], c1888

 

Box 10: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1888-ca 1890[m/f reel 40; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.10.40.07258: Oregon, c1888

 

3.10.40.07366: Oregon, c1888

 

3.10.40.07410: Passes, c1888

 

3.10.40.07434: [Rainier], c1888

 

3.10.40.07471: Soft and Voluptuous People...,c1888

 

3.10.40.07473: Tuolumne Canyon, etc., c1888

 

3.10.40.07478: [Washington, Puget Sound], c1888

 

3.10.40.07555: [The Yosemite Valley], c1888

 

3.10.40.07600: [Forest of the Sierra], c1889

 

3.10.40.07604: [Forest Conservation], c1889

 

3.10.40.07606: [The Snow], c1889

 

3.10.40.07613: [The Treasures of the Yosemite], c1889

 

3.10.40.07616: [Yosemite Valley], c1889

 

3.10.40.07624: [Indian Notes], c1888-1889

 

3.10.40.07630: [Yosemite], c1888-1889

 

3.10.40.07662: [Yosemite etc., Notebook Indices], c1888-1889

 

3.10.40.07669: [Yosemite Valley], c1888-1889

 

3.10.40.07677: [Yosemite Valley], c1888-1889

 

3.10.40.07690: [Miscellaneous Fragments], c1888-1889

 

3.10.40.07708: [Alaska Iceberg Notes], c1890

 

3.10.40.07711: Autobiography: Alaska, My Trip Across Muir Glacier, 1890

 

3.10.40.07718: List of the Published Writings of John Muir, 1890

 

3.10.40.07734: [Alaska, etc], c1890

 

3.10.40.07743: [Alaska Fragments], c1890

 

3.10.40.07778: Ascent of Rainier for Camping and Mountaineering Book, c1890

 

3.10.40.07785: California Agriculture, c1890

 

3.10.40.07806: [Features of the Proposed Yosemite National Park], c1890

 

3.10.40.07821: [The Forests], c1890

 

3.10.40.07827: Life in the Canons, c1890

 

3.10.40.07833: [Life in the Canyons], c1890

 

3.10.40.07847: On the Mountain Top, c1890

 

3.10.40.07849: [The River Floods], c1890

 

3.10.40.07851: [River Sources], c1890

 

3.10.40.07854: [The Sierra Nevada], c1890

 

3.10.40.07856: [Sierra Nevada Mountains], c1890

 

Box 11: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca1890-ca 1891[m/f reel 41; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.11.41.07898: [Travels in Alaska], c1890

 

3.11.41.08045: [The Treasures of the Yosemite], c1890

 

3.11.41.08086: [The Treasures of the Yosemite], c1890

 

3.11.41.08095: The Treasures of the Yosemite, c1890

 

3.11.41.08212: [The Treasures of the Yosemite], c1890

 

3.11.41.08222: [The Treasures of the Yosemite], c1890

 

3.11.41.08308: [Whitney's Yosemite Guidebook Notes], c1890

 

3.11.41.08313: Yosemite, c1890

 

3.11.41.08316: Yosemite in Flood, c1890

 

3.11.41.08331: [Yosemite Waterfalls], c1890

 

3.11.41.08334: [Alaska], c1891

 

3.11.41.08359: [Alaska], c1891

 

3.11.41.08432: [Alaska], c1891

 

3.11.41.08442: [Kings River Canyon, etc.], c1891

 

3.11.41.08471: [Kings River Canyon, etc.], c1891

 

3.11.41.08488: [A rival of the Yosemite], c1891

 

3.11.41.08563: [A rival of the Yosemite], c1891

 

Box 12: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca1891-ca 1897[m/f reel 42; 38 third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.12.42.08610: A Rival of the Yosemite, c1891

 

3.12.42.08655: [Sierra Trip Elevation Tables], c1891

 

3.12.42.08659: [Mountain Passes, etc.], c1891

 

3.12.42.08662: George Bailey [Tribute], 1894

 

3.12.42.08671: [The Mountains of California], c1894. Is listed in The Guide and Index to the Microform Edition of the John Muir Papers 1858-1957 as "[The Yellowstone National Park], c1894."

 

3.12.42.08680: [The Mountains of California], c1894

 

3.12.42.08726: [The Mountains of California Outline], c1894

 

3.12.42.08729: [The Passes], c1894

 

3.12.42.08733: [The Discovery of Glacier Bay], 1895

 

3.12.42.08785: [The Alaska Trip], c1895

 

3.12.42.08792: [The Alaska Trip], c1895

 

3.12.42.08799: [The Discovery of Glacier Bay], c1895

 

3.12.42.08811: Glacier Bay, c1895

 

3.12.42.08826: [Origins of Yosemite National Park], 1895

 

3.12.42.08829: [Origins of Yosemite National Park], 1895

 

3.12.42.08860: [Pacific Northwest Travels], c1895

 

3.12.42.08865: [Sierra Garden Meadows], c1895

 

3.12.42.08867: The Last Entry in Mother Diary, c1896

 

3.12.42.08872: [Linnaeus], c1896

 

3.12.42.08888: [Linnaeus], c1896

 

3.12.42.08906: Nature Loves Fun and the Number Five, 1897

 

3.12.42.08910: [Trails of the Gold Hunters and Pathless Treasure Fields], c1897

 

3.12.42.08980: [Trails of the Gold Hunters....], c1897

 

3.12.42.09011: [An Adventure with a Dog and a Glacier], c1897

 

3.12.42.09018: [An Adventure with a Dog and a Glacier], c1897

 

3.12.42.09029: [An Adventure with a Dog and a Glacier], c1897

 

3.12.42.09056: [The Alaska Trip], 1897

 

3.12.42.09056: [The Alaska Trip], 1897

 

3.12.42.09107: [The Alaska Trip], c1897

 

3.12.42.09148: [The American Forest], c1897

 

3.12.42.09192: [The American Forest], c1897

 

3.12.42.09224: [The American Forest], c1897

 

3.12.42.09238: [The American Forest], c1897

 

3.12.42.09252: Complaints, c1897

 

3.12.42.09256: [Forest Reserves, etc.], c1897

 

3.12.42.09261: The Gold Mines of Alaska, c 1897

 

3.12.42.09264: [The National Parks and Forest reservations], c1897

 

3.12.42.09273: [The National Parks and Forest reservations], c1897

 

3.12.42.09291: [The National Parks and Forest reservations], c1897

 

Box 13: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1897-ca 1900[m/f reel 43; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.13.43.09351: [The Scenery of California], c1897

 

3.13.43.09371: [The Scenery of California], c1897

 

3.13.43.09374: Stickeen, c1897

 

3.13.43.09449: Stickeen, c1897

 

3.13.43.09506: [The Wild Parks and Forest Reservations of the West], c1897

 

3.13.43.09524: [The Wild Parks and Forest Reservations of the West], c1897

 

3.13.43.09548: [The Wild Parks and Forest Reservations of the West], c1897

 

3.13.43.09550: [The Wild Parks and Forest Reservations of the West], c1897

 

3.13.43.09569: [Among The Animals of the Yosemite], c1898

 

3.13.43.09667: [Among The Animals of the Yosemite], c1898

 

3.13.43.06493: [Among The Animals of the Yosemite], c1898

 

3.13.43.09683: [Among the Birds of the Yosemite], c1898

 

3.13.43.09691: Bear Hunters, c1898

 

3.13.43.09695: [The Yellowstone National Park], c1898

 

3.13.43.09704: [The Yellowstone National Park], c1898

 

3.13.43.09746: [The Yellowstone National Park], c1898

 

3.13.43.09790: [The Yellowstone National Park], c1898

 

3.13.43.09809: [The Yellowstone National Park], c1898

 

3.13.43.09820: The Yellowstone National Park, c1899

 

3.13.43.09871: [Sequoia Preservation], Summer 1889?

 

3.13.43.09880: A choking blanket of fog, c1899 [poem]

 

3.13.43.09882: Days of Gold: Old Miners, c1899

 

3.13.43.09885: [Forest Management], c1899

 

3.13.43.09887: [Harriman Expedition], c1899

 

3.13.43.09889: [Tuolumne Meadows], c1899

 

3.13.43.09903: The Yosemite National Park, c1899

 

3.13.43.09937: [The Yosemite National Park], c1899

 

3.13.43.09946: [Miscellaneous Fragments], c1880-1899

 

3.13.43.09979: Big Tree, c1900

 

3.13.43.09985: Emerson, c1900

 

3.13.43.09993: [Forests], c1900

 

3.13.43.09995: [The Forests of Yosemite Park], c1900

 

3.13.43.10041: [The Forests of Yosemite Park], c1900

 

Box 14: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1900-1903 [m/f reel 44; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.14.44.10102: [The Forests of Yosemite Park], c1900

 

3.14.44.10148: [The Forests of Yosemite Park], c1900

 

3.14.44.10158: [Indians, etc.], c1900

 

3.14.44.10160: Lake Tahoe in Winter, c1900

 

3.14.44.10177: Nature's Funerals [etc.], c1900

 

3.14.44.10180: Notes on the Pacific Coast Glaciers, c1900

 

3.14.44.10207: [Notes on the Pacific Coast Glaciers], c1900

 

3.14.44.10212: [Sequoia, etc.], c1900

 

3.14.44.10250: [Storms, etc.], c1900

 

3.14.44.10252: Tree measurements, c1900

 

3.14.44.10260: [Trees], c1900

 

3.14.44.10262: Trees Book Review, c1900

 

3.14.44.10265: [Walking], c1900

 

3.14.44.10267: The wild gardens of Yosemite Park, c1900

 

3.14.44.10321: The wild gardens of Yosemite Park, c1900

 

3.14.44.10326: [Fountains & streams of Yosemite Park], c1901

 

3.14.44.10338: [Fountains & streams of Yosemite Park], c1901

 

3.14.44.10341: [Hunting big redwoods], c1901

 

3.14.44.10399: [Hunting big redwoods], c1901

 

3.14.44.10491: [Hunting big redwoods], c1901

 

3.14.44.10555: [Reminiscences of Joseph LeConte], c1901

 

3.14.44.10569: The streams & canyons of Yosemite National Park, c1901

 

3.14.44.10613: [The Grand Canyon of the Colorado], c1902

 

3.14.44.10688: [The Grand Canyon of the Colorado], c1902

 

3.14.44.10691: [Notebook index fragment], c1902

 

3.14.44.10693: [Words from an Old Friend], c1902

 

3.14.44.10708: Yosemite in flood, c1902

 

3.14.44.10715: Yosemite visitors..., c1902

 

3.14. 44.10723: [Sargent's Silva], 1903

 

Box 15: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, 1903-ca 1910 [m/f reel 45; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.15.45.10829: [Sargent's silva], 1903

 

3.15.45.10925: [Glaciers], c1904

 

3.15.45.10927: [Mount Everest], 1904

 

3.15.45.10931: [World Trip: The Chinese], 1904

 

3.15.45.10933: [World Trip Retrospect], 1904

 

3.15.45.10936: [Arizona], c1905 (one additional sheet of notes on Painted Desert added to collection - not microfilmed)

 

3.15.45.10941: Camping, c1905

 

3.15.45.10945: [Hunting, etc.], c1905

 

3.15.45.10949: [Tribute to Robert Burns], 1907

 

3.15.45.10967: [Henry Clay Hooker tribute], c1907

 

3.15.45.10971: Camping, walking, etc., c1907

 

3.15.45.10979: [Tribute to Robert Burns], c1907

 

3.15.45.10987: [Tribute to Robert Burns], c1907

 

3.15.45.10995: [The Tuolumne Yosemite in danger], c1907

 

3.15.45.11003: [The Tuolumne Yosemite in danger], c1907

 

3.15.45.11008: Indian Summer, sunrise, 1908

 

3.15.45.11013: Autobiographical sketches: from leaving university to about 1906, c1908 (3 folders)

 

3.15.45.11233: [Autobiography], c1908 (3 folders)

 

Box 16: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1908-ca 1910[m/f reel 46; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.16.46.11581: [Coleridge quotation], c1908

 

3.16.46.11583: lst draft Autobiography, c1908 (4 folders)

 

3.16.46.12049: [Hetch Hetchy], c1908

 

3.16.46.12051: [Park conservation Statement], c1908

 

3.16.46.12054: [Stickeen], c1908

 

3.16.46.12064: [Hetch Hetchy fragments], c1909

 

3.16.46.12075: The Hetch Hetchy Valley, c1909

 

3.16.46.12077: Under many quilts on a foggy morning, c1909 [poem]

 

3.16.46.12080: [Hooker tribute], 1910

 

3.16.46.12082: Animals, c1910

 

3.16.46.12110: Animals, c1910 ("As a Boy")

 

3.16.46.12118: [Animals, etc.], c1910 ("As a Boy")

 

Box 17: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1910-ca 1912[m/f reel 47; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.17.47.12213: [As a boy], c1910 (4 folders) [stored in Box 16]

 

3.17.47.12213: [As a boy], c1910 (7 folders)

 

3.17.47.12479: [Autobiographical fragments], c1910

 

3.17.47.12487: [Autobiographical notes], c1910 (laudatory "nicknames" names for Muir)

 

3.17.47.12492: Birds, c1910

 

3.17.47.12502: [Chilwell incident], c1910

 

3.17.47.12513: [Drawing], c1910

 

3.17.47.12515: [La Brea Tar Pits ?], c1910

 

3.17.47.12517: Lecture calls, etc., c1910

 

3.17.47.12538: [Mountaineering book], c1897-1908, 1910 (2 folders)

 

3.17.47.12700: Snow banners, c1910

 

3.17.47.12709: Trips, c1910

 

3.17.47.12719: Yosemite book, c1910

 

3.17.47.12721: [Flowers], c1880-1910

 

3.17.47.12731: [List of book sales & royalty payments], c1911

 

3.17.47.12733: [lst Summer in the Sierra book recipients], c1911 [microfilm only]

 

3.17.47.12736: [Address Book fragment], c1911

 

3.17.47.12743: [Edward Henry Harriman], 1911

 

3.17.47.12767: Nature is ever at work, 1912

 

3.17.47.12769: On board the "Dakota," c1912

 

3.17.47.12792: Trip from Portland to Ft. Wrangel, c1912

 

3.17.47.12867: [Auroras], c1912

 

3.17.47.12875: [Sequoia], c1912

 

3.17.47.12877: [South American note fragment], c1912

 

3.17.47.12878: [Travels in Alaska outlines], c1912

 

Box 18: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, 5/13-6/14 [m/f reel 48; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.18.48.12917: Glacier Bay, 1913

 

3.18.48.13056: Glacier Bay, 1913 (2 folders)

 

3.18.48.13195: [Alaska travel fragments], c1913

 

3.18.48.13211: [Alaska travel notes], c1913

 

3.18.48.13215: Berrying trip, c1913

 

3.18.48.13222: Berrying trip, c1913

 

3.18.48.13229: [Hetch Hetchy], c1913

 

3.18.48.13231: [Hetch Hetchy], 1913

 

3.18.48.13235: [Hetch Hetchy fragments], c1913 [typescript of 3.18.48.13232]

 

3.18.48.13237: The home I found in Alaska, c1913

 

3.18.48.13248: Indians, c1913

 

3.18.48.13251: Indians & missionaries, c1913

 

3.18.48.13259: 2nd trip up the Stickeen River, c1913

 

3.18.48.13343: 2nd trip up the Stickeen River, c1913

 

3.18.48.13405: [The story of my boyhood & youth], 1913

 

3.18.48.13408: The Tehipite Valley, c1913

 

3.18.48.13411: The "Yosemite" errata, 1913

 

3.18.48.13414: [Autobiography], c1910-1913

 

3.18.48.13455: [Autobiography], c1910-1913

 

3.18.48.13487: lst Alaska trip, 1914

 

Box 19: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, 5/14-9/14 [m/f reel 49; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.19.49.13601: [Glacier Bay], 1914

 

3.19.49.13699: 2nd trip up Stickeen River, 1914

 

3.19.49.13705: 2nd trip up Stickeen River & to Cassiar Mines, 1914

 

3.19.49.13712: 2nd trip up Stickeen River & to Cassiar Mines, 1914

 

3.19.49.13754: [Trip from Wrangell to Taku], 1914

 

3.19.49.13835: lst Alaska trip, 1914 (2 folders)

 

3.19.49.14061: [Adventure with Mr. Young], c1914

 

3.19.49.14069: Adventure with Mr. Young, c1914

 

3.19.49.14077: [Autobiographical fragment], c1914

 

3.19.49.14089: Chilcat trip & notes on Stickeen River trip, etc., c1914

 

3.19.49.14126: Dances, entertainment, c1914

 

3.19.49.14131: Dances, great entertainment, c1914

 

3.19.49.14138: 1st visit to Muir Glacier, c1914

 

3.19.49.14147: Glacier Bay, c1914

 

3.19.49.14155: The home I found in Alaska, c1914

 

3.19.49.14167: The home I found in Alaska, c1914

 

3.19.49.14176: Osborne trip to Alaska, c1914

 

3.19.49.14199: 2nd [lst] trip up the Stickeen River, c1914

 

3.19.49.14204: 2nd [lst] trip up the Stickeen River, c1914

 

3.19.49.14213: [2nd trip up the Stickeen River], c1914

 

Box 20: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, ca 1914 & n.d. [m/f reel 50; third # indicates m/f reel; fourth # indicates frame(s)]

 

3.20.50.14303: Travels in Alaska in 1880, c1914

 

3.20.50.14370: Travels in Alaska in 1880, c1914

 

3.20.50.14512: Wrangell to end of Taku, c1914

 

3.20.50.14560: [Autobiography], c1913-1914

 

3.20.50.14721: [Autobiography], c1913-1914

 

3.20.50.14874: [Miscellaneous fragments], c1900-1914

 

3.20.50.14906: [Travels in Alaska], c1915

 

3.20.50.14962: [Autobiographical fragment], date unknown

 

3.20 [Treasures of the Yosemite] [ca. 1890]

 

3.20 [To Voters of San Francisco] [ca. 1908]

 

3.20 [Story of my Boyhood and Youth] [ca. 1910]

 

3.20 [Autobiography - Boyhood and Youth] [ca. 1910]

 

3.20 [Story of my Boyhood and Youth] [ca. 1913] TMS, edited HW 2 folders.

 

3.20 [The Yosemite, "Trees of the Valley" ] [ca. 1912]

 

3.20 [The Yosemite, "The Flowers"] [ca. 1912]

 

3.20 [The Yosemite, "Snow Banners"] [ca. 1912]

 

3.20 [The Sequoia and General Grant....] (final draft) [ca. 1901]

 

3.20 [Overland Monthly Article Index] [ca. 1875]

 

Box 21: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes, no date [not microfilmed].

 

3.21.1 Travels in Alaska parts

 

3.21.2 Travels in Alaska parts

 

3.21.3 Travels in Alaska parts

 

3.21.4 Travels in Alaska parts

 

3.21.5 Story of my Boyhood and Youth parts

 

3.21.6 Autobiography parts

 

3.21.7 Steep Trails parts

 

3.21.8 Studies in the Sierra parts

 

3.21.9 Miscellaneous parts

 

3.21.10 Miscellaneous parts

 

3.21.11 Miscellaneous parts

 

3.21.12 Mountains of California - Corrections

 

3.21.13 Death of a Yosemite Bear "Nov. 1871?" [transcribed]

 

Box 22: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes. Published Muir Articles, 1866-1877

 

3.22: KIMES 1-68 [see John Muir: A Reading Bibliography , William and Maymie Kimes]

 

Box 23: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes. Published Muir Articles, 1877-1885

 

3.23: KIMES 69-165 [see John Muir: A Reading Bibliography , William and Maymie Kimes]

 

Box 24: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes. Published Muir Articles, 1886-1901

 

3.24: KIMES166-231 [see John Muir: A Reading Bibliography , William and Maymie Kimes]

 

Box 25: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes. Published Muir Articles, 1901-1916

 

3.25: KIMES 232-335 [see John Muir: A Reading Bibliography , William and Maymie Kimes]

 

Box 26: Published & Precursor Works; Unpublished Works; Miscellaneous Notes. Published Muir Articles, 1916-1986, 1872-1984

 

3.26: KIMES 336-517, AA1-4, A1-40 [see John Muir: A Reading Bibliography, William and Maymie Kimes]

 

Series IV: Pictorial Works

Removed or Separated Material

Additional Drawings and Photographs (not microfilmed) can be found in Box 15 of this series.

Additional Note

 

Box 1 DRAWINGS

 

4.1.1.17-26:Alaska - Glaciers

 

4.1.1.27-36: Alaska - Glaciers - Muir

 

4.1.1.37-39: Alaska - Glaciers - Pacific

 

4.1.1.40-45: Alaska - Islands

 

4.1.1.46: Alaska - Lakes

 

4.1.1.47-48: Alaska - Mountains

 

4.1.1.49-54: Animals

 

4.1.1.55: California - Eastern Lakes

 

4.1.1.56-58: California, Northern - Mountains - Shasta

 

4.1.1.59: California, Northern - Rocks

 

4.1.1.60: California, Northern - Trees

 

4.1.2.63-64: Canada

 

4.1.2.65: Factory Management

 

4.1.2.66-68: Kings Canyon National Park - Canyons - Middle Fork Kings River

 

4.1.2.69-71: Kings Canyon National Park - Canyons - North Fork Kings River

 

4.1.2.72-81: Kings Canyon National Park - Canyons - South Fork Kings River

 

4.1.2.82: Kings Canyon National Park - Lakes

 

4.1.2.83-87: Kings Canyon National Park - Mountains

 

4.1.2.88-102: Machinery - Design

 

4.1.2.103-104: Plants

 

4.1.2.105: Scotland

 

4.1.3.123-125: Sierra Nevada - Canyons

 

4.1.3.126-141: Sierra Nevada - Geology - Charts, diagrams, etc.

 

4.1.3.142: Sierra Nevada - Glaciers

 

4.1.3.143: Sierra Nevada - Lakes

 

4.1.3.144: Sierra Nevada - Landforms

 

4.1.3.145-146: Sierra Nevada - Meadows

 

4.1.3.147-155: Sierra Nevada - Mountains

 

4.1.3.156-158: Sierra Nevada - Mountains - Ritter

 

4.1.3.159-167: Sierra Nevada - Mountains - San Joaquin River Headwaters

 

4.1.3.168: Sierra Nevada - Passes

 

4.1.3.169: Sierra Nevada - Rocks

 

4.1.3.170-171: Sierra Nevada - Trees

 

4.1.3.172-173: Southwest, New

 

4.1.3.174-175: Trees

 

4.1.3.176-179: Utah - Landforms

 

4.1.4.183-184: Wisconsin - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.1.4.185: Yosemite National Park - Camps & camping

 

4.1.4.186-190: Yosemite National Park - Canyons

 

4.1.4.191-198: Yosemite National Park - Canyons - Merced

 

4.1.4.199-202: Yosemite National Park - Canyons - Nevada

 

4.1.4.203-208: Yosemite National Park - Canyons - Tenaya

 

4.1.4.209-232: Yosemite National Park - Canyons - Tuolumne

 

4.1.4.233-240: Yosemite National Park - Geology - Charts, diagrams, etc.

 

4.1.5.243: Yosemite National Park - Glaciers

 

4.1.5.244: Yosemite National Park - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.1.5.245: Yosemite National Park - Meadows

 

4.1.5.246-252: Yosemite National Park - Meadows - Tuolumne

 

4.1.5.253-265: Yosemite National Park - Mountains

 

4.1.5.266-267: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Cathedral Peak

 

4.1.5.268-270: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Half Dome

 

4.1.5.271-272: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Hoffman

 

4.1.5.273-274: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Lyell

 

4.1.5.275-276: Yosemite National Park - Rocks

 

4.1.5.277-278: Yosemite National Park - Rocks - Sentinel

 

4.1.5.279-284: Yosemite National Park - Trees

 

4.1.5.285-288: Yosemite National Park - Trees - Redwood

 

4.1.5.289-291: Yosemite National Park - Valleys - Hetch Hetchy

 

4.1.5.292-293: Yosemite National Park - Valleys - Little Yosemite

 

4.1.5.294-298: Yosemite National Park - Valleys - Yosemite

 

4.1.6.303-308: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls

 

4.1.6.309-313: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls - Merced River

 

4.1.6.314-323: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls - Tuolumne River

 

4.1.6.324-326: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls - Yosemite Falls

 

4.1.7.329: Oversize images: Canada

 

4.1.7.330: Oversize images: Factory management

 

4.1.7.331-335: Oversize images: Machinery - Design

 

Box 2: PHOTOGRAPHS: AFRICA - ANIMALS to CALIF., EASTERN - LAKES

 

4.2.8.338-342: Africa - Animals

 

4.2.8.343-344: Africa - Boats

 

4.2.8.345-346: Africa - Caves

 

4.2.8.347: Africa - Hotels and taverns

 

4.2.8.348: Africa - Lakes

 

4.2.8.349: Africa - Monuments

 

4.2.8.350-356: Africa - Native races

 

4.2.8.357: Africa - Pack transportation

 

4.2.8.358-359: Africa - Passes

 

4.2.8.360: Africa - Plants

 

4.2.8.361: Africa - Railroads

 

4.2.8.362-366: Africa - Rivers

 

4.2.8.367: Africa - Rocks

 

4.2.8.368: Africa - Travelers

 

4.2.8.369-374: Africa - Trees

 

4.2.8.375-379: Africa - Villages

 

4.2.8.380-382: Africa - Waterfalls

 

4.2.9.398-403: Africa - Waterfalls - Victoria

 

4.2.9.404-406: Alaska - Animals

 

4.2.9.407: Alaska - Boats and boating

 

4.2.9.408: Alaska - Canyons

 

4.2.9.409-413: Alaska - Cities and towns

 

4.2.9.414-417: Alaska - Coasts

 

4.2.9.418-427: Alaska - Eskimos

 

4.2.9.428-453: Alaska - Glaciers

 

4.2.10.458-466: Alaska - Glaciers - Columbia

 

4.2.10.467-469: Alaska - Glaciers - Dalton

 

4.2.10.470-472: Alaska - Glaciers - Grewingk

 

4.2.10.473-479: Alaska - Glaciers - Hidden

 

4.2.10.480-483: Alaska - Glaciers - Hubbard

 

4.2.10.484-497: Alaska - Glaciers - Muir

 

4.2.10.498 - Alaska - Icebergs

 

4.2.10.499-500: Alaska - Islands

 

4.2.10.501-505: Alaska - Islands - King

 

4.2.10.506-508: Alaska - Mountains

 

4.2.10.509-512: Alaska - Mountains - Fairweather

 

4.2.11.518-523: Alaska - Plants

 

4.2.11.524: Alaska - Rivers

 

4.2.11.525-529: Animals

 

4.2.11.530: Arizona - Deserts

 

4.2.11.531-533: Arizona - Indians

 

4.2.11.534-535: Arizona - Mountains

 

4.2.11.536: Arizona - Natural Monuments - Grand Canyon

 

4.2.11.537-558: Arizona - Natural Monuments - Petrified Forest

 

4.2.11.559-561: Asia - Icons

 

4.2.11.562: Asia - Pack transportation

 

4.2.11.563-565: Australia

 

4.2.11.566: Buildings

 

4.2.11.567: California - Gardens

 

4.2.11.568-570: California, Eastern - Indians

 

4.2.11.571-575: California, Eastern - Lakes - Mono

 

Box 3: PHOTOGRAPHS: CALIF., EASTERN - LANDFORMS to CALIF., NORTHERN - VALLEYS

 

4.3.12.578-584: California, Eastern - Landforms

 

4.3.12.585-586: California, Eastern - Valleys

 

4.3.12.587: California, Northern - Agriculture

 

4.3.12.588: California, Northern - Animals

 

4.3.12.589: California, Northern - Bays - Monterey

 

4.3.12.590-594: California, Northern - Bays - San Francisco

 

4.3.12.595-596: California, Northern - Camps and camping

 

4.3.12.597: California, Northern - Canyons

 

4.3.12.598-599: California, Northern - Cemeteries

 

4.3.12.600: California, Northern - Cities and Towns

 

4.3.12.601-602: California, Northern - Coasts

 

4.3.12.603-604: California, Northern - Flowers

 

4.3.12.605: California, Northern - Geysers

 

4.3.12.606-610: California, Northern - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.3.12.611-614: California, Northern - Historic houses, etc.- Alhambra Gardens

 

4.3.12.615-623: California, Northern - Historic houses, etc. - McCloud River

 

4.3.13.638-652: California, Northern - Historic houses, etc. - Strentzel-Muir

 

4.3.13.653: California, Northern - Lakes

 

4.3.13.654: California, Northern - Lumbering and logging

 

4.3.13.655: California, Northern - Meadows

 

4.3.13.656: California, Northern - Mountaineers and mountaineering

 

4.3.13.657-661: California, Northern - Mountains

 

4.3.13.662-674: California, Northern - Mountains - Shasta

 

4.3.13.675-684: California, Northern - Natural Monuments - Pinnacles

 

4.3.13.685-691: California, Northern - Parks - Big Basin

 

4.3.14.698-705: California, Northern - Rivers

 

4.3.14.706-709: California, Northern - Roads

 

4.3.14.710: California, Northern - Trail riding

 

4.3.14.711-720: California, Northern - Trees

 

4.3.14.721-728: California, Northern - Trees- Cypress

 

4.3.14.729-737: California, Northern -Trees - Oak

 

4.3.14.738-749: California, Northern - Trees - Pine

 

4.3.14.750-752: California, Northern - Valleys

 

4.3.14.753-755: California, Northern - Valleys- Alhambra

 

Box 4: PHOTOGRAPHS: CALIF., SOUTHERN - AGRICULTURE to CANADA - MONUMENTS

 

4.4.15.758-767: California, Southern - Agriculture

 

4.4.15.768: California, Southern - Animals

 

4.4.15.769-772: California, Southern - Camps and camping

 

4.4.15.773-781: California, Southern - Canyons

 

4.4.15.782-785: California, Southern - Canyons - Bear

 

4.4.15.786-787: California, Southern - Cities and towns

 

4.4.15.788-789: California, Southern - Flowers

 

4.4.15.780-803: California, Southern - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.4.15.804-807: California, Southern - Hotels and Taverns, etc.

 

4.4.15.808-809: California, Southern - House furnishings

 

4.4.15.810-811: California, Southern - Lakes - Bear

 

4.4.16.818-822: California, Southern - Landforms

 

4.4.16.823-824: California, Southern - Lumber Trade

 

4.4.16.825: California, Southern - Meadows

 

4.4.16.826-828: California, Southern - Missions

 

4.4.16.829-838: California, Southern - Monuments - Muir Lodge

 

4.4.16.839: California, Southern - Mountaineers

 

4.4.16.840-844: California, Southern - Mountains

 

4.4.16.845-850: California, Southern - Mountains - San Bernardino

 

4.4.16.851-861: California, Southern - Mountains - San Gabriel

 

4.4.16.862-863: California, Southern - Mountains - San Jacinto

 

4.4.16.864-871: California, Southern - Plants

 

4.4.16.872: California, Southern - Railroads

 

4.4.17.878-888: California, Southern - Rivers, streams, etc.

 

4.4.17.889-890: California, Southern - Roads

 

4.4.17.891-897: California, Southern - Rocks

 

4.4.17.898: California, Southern - Searchlights

 

4.4.17.899-901: California, Southern - Transportation

 

4.4.17.902-903: California, Southern - Travelers

 

4.4.17.904-920: California, Southern - Trees

 

4.4.17.921-923: California, Southern - Trees - Alder

 

4.4.17.924-925: California, Southern - Trees - Auricaria

 

4.4.17.926-930: California, Southern - Trees - Fir

 

4.4.18.938-944: California, Southern - Trees - Oak

 

4.4.18.945-947: California, Southern - Trees - Palm

 

4.4.18.948-967: California, Southern - Trees - Pine

 

4.4.18.968-972: California, Southern - Trees - Spruce

 

4.4.18.973-974: California, Southern - Trees - Sycamore

 

4.4.18.975-978: California, Southern - Valleys

 

4.4.18.979-982: California, Southern - Valleys - Bear

 

4.4.18.983: California, Southern - Waterfalls

 

4.4.18.984: Canada - Camps and camping

 

4.4.18.985-986: Canada - Mines

 

4.4.18.987: Canada - Monuments

 

Box 5: PHOTOGRAPHS: CANADA - MOUNTAINS to MOUNTAINS

 

4.5.19.998-1007: Canada - Mountains

 

4.5.19.1008: Canada - Railroads

 

4.5.19.1009: Canada - Trees

 

4.5.19.1010: Canada - Waterways

 

4.5.19.1011: China

 

4.5.19.1012: Colorado - Animals

 

4.5.19.1013: Colorado - Deserts

 

4.5.19.1014-1015: England

 

4.5.19.1016-1020: Florida

 

4.5.19.1021-1025: Flowers

 

4.5.19.1026-1027: House Furnishings

 

4.5.19.1028-1033: Idaho

 

4.5.19.1034: Illinois - Trees

 

4.5.19.1035: India

 

4.5.19.1036-1041: Indiana - Trees

 

4.5.19.1042-1045: Indians of North America

 

4.5.19.1046: Japan

 

4.5.20.1058-1059: Kings Canyon National Park - Alpine regions

 

4.5.20.1060: Kings Canyon National Park - Animals

 

4.5.20.1061-1062: Kings Canyon National Park - Camps and camping

 

4.5.20.1063: Kings Canyon National Park - Canyons

 

4.5.20.1064-1079: Kings Canyon National Park - Canyons - Kings

 

4.5.20.1080-1083: Kings Canyon National Park - Canyons -Tehipite

 

4.5.20.1084-1085: Kings Canyon National Park - Flowers

 

4.5.20.1086-1088: Kings Canyon National Park - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.5.20.1089-1093: Kings Canyon National Park - Lakes

 

4.5.20.1094-1101: Kings Canyon National Park - Lakes - Bullfrog

 

4.5.20.1102: Kings Canyon National Park - Lumbering and logging

 

4.5.20.1103: Kings Canyon National Park - Meadows

 

4.5.20.1104-1106: Kings Canyon National Park - Mountaineers and mountaineering

 

4.5.21.1118-1127: Kings Canyon National Park - Mountains

 

4.5.21.1128-1133: Kings Canyon National Park - Mountains - Grand Sentinel

 

4.5.21.1134-1138: Kings Canyon National Park - Mountains - Sphinx

 

4.5.21.1139: Kings Canyon National Park - Pack transportation

 

4.5.21.1140-1142: Kings Canyon National Park - Passes

 

4.5.21.1143-1145: Kings Canyon National Park - Rivers

 

4.5.21.1146-1165: Kings Canyon National Park - Rivers - Kings

 

4.5.21.1166-1173: Kings Canyon National Park - Rocks

 

4.5.22.1178-1182: Kings Canyon National Park - Trees

 

4.5.22.1183-1192: Kings Canyon National Park - Trees - Redwood

 

4.5.22.1193-1195: Kings Canyon National Park - Valleys

 

4.5.22.1196-1198: Kings Canyon National Park - Waterfalls

 

4.5.22.1199-1200: Latin America - Canyons

 

4.5.22.1201-1207: Latin America - Mountains

 

4.5.22.1208: Latin America - Plants

 

4.5.22.1209: Latin America - Ranch Life

 

4.5.22.1210-1211: Light houses

 

4.5.22.1212: Massachusetts

 

4.5.22.1213: Mountaineers and mountaineering

 

4.5.22.1214-1215: Mountains

 

Box 6: PHOTOGRAPHS: MUIR, JOHN to MUIR FAMILY, A-L

 

4.6.23.1238-1245: Muir, John - Monuments, etc.

 

4.6.23.1246-1271: Muir, John - Portraits

 

4.6.23.1272-1288: Muir, John -On location (1895-1905)

 

4.6.24.1298-1340: Muir, John - On location (1906-1913)

 

4.6.24.1341-1345: Muir, John - With family

 

4.6.25.1358-1405: Muir, John - With others (1888-1909)

 

4.6.26.1418-1457: Muir, John - With others (1910-1914)

 

4.6.26.1458-1470: Muir Family (A-L)

 

Box 7: PHOTOGRAPHS: MUIR FAMILY, M-Z to MUIR FRIENDS, A-F

 

4.7.27.1478-1505: Muir Family (M-Z)

 

4.7.28.1538-1556: Muir Family: Helen and family

 

4.7.28.1557-1570: Muir Family: Wanda and family

 

4.7.28.1571-1578: Muir Family: Wanda and Helen

 

4.7.29.1598-1651: Muir Friends (A-F)

 

Box 8: PHOTOGRAPHS: MUIR FRIENDS, G-K to MUIR FRIENDS, UNIDENT.

 

4.8.30.1658-1707: Muir friends (G-K)

 

4.8.31.1718-1770: Muir friends (L-R)

 

4.8.32.1778-1807: Muir friends (S-Z)

 

4.8.32.1808-1835: Muir friends: Unidentified (1863-1901)

 

Box 9: PHOTOGRAPHS: MUIR FRIENDS, UNIDENT. (1902-1913) to SEQUOIA NATL. PARK - MINES

 

4.9.33.1838-1880: Muir friends - Unidentified (1902-1913)

 

4.9.34.1898-1899: Nevada - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.9.34.1900-1902: Nevada - Lakes

 

4.9.34.1903: New Hampshire - Railroads

 

4.9.34.1904: New Mexico

 

4.9.34.1905-1908: New Zealand - Geysers

 

4.9.34.1909-1912: New Zealand - Mountains

 

4.9.34.1913: Ocean Travel

 

4.9.34.1914: Oregon - Animals

 

4.9.34.1915: Oregon - Boats and boating

 

4.9.34.1916: Oregon - Canyons

 

4.9.34.1917-1918: Oregon - Coasts

 

4.9.34.1919-1921: Oregon - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.9.34.1922-1924: Oregon - Lakes

 

4.9.34.1925-1932: Oregon - Lakes - Crater

 

4.9.34.1933-1935: Oregon - Lumbering and logging

 

4.9.34.1936-1940: Oregon - Mountains -Hood

 

4.9.34.1941: Oregon - Rivers

 

4.9.34.1942-1944: Oregon - Trees, etc.

 

4.9.34.1945-1946: Oregon - Waterfalls

 

4.9.34.1947-1948: Parks

 

4.9.34.1949-1952: Plants

 

4.9.34.1953: Railroads

 

4.9.34.1954: Rivers

 

4.9.35.1958-1959: Scotland - Boats and boating

 

4.9.35.1960-1962: Scotland - Churches

 

4.9.35.1963-1969: Scotland - Cities and towns

 

4.9.35.1970-1975: Scotland - Coasts

 

4.9.35.1976-1978: Scotland - Harbors

 

4.9.35.1979-1988: Scotland - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.9.35.1989-1991: Scotland - Historic houses, etc. - Muir's birthplace

 

4.9.35.1992: Scotland - Trees

 

4.9.36.2018-2021: Sequoia National Park - Alpine regions

 

4.9.36.2022-2026: Sequoia National Park - Canyons

 

4.9.36.2027-2038: Sequoia National Park - Canyons - Kern

 

4.9.36.2039: Sequoia National Park - Flowers

 

4.9.36.2040-2041: Sequoia National Park - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.9.36.2042-2047: Sequoia National Park - Lakes

 

4.9.36.2048-2058: Sequoia National Park - Lakes - Kern

 

4.9.36.2059-2074: Sequoia National Park - Meadows

 

4.9.36.2075: Sequoia National Park - Mines

 

Box 10: PHOTOGRAPHS: SEQUOIA NATL. PARK - MOUNTAINEERS to SIERRA NEVADA - TREES - PINE

 

4.10.37.2078-2079: Sequoia National Park - Mountaineers and mountaineering

 

4.10.37.2080-2087: Sequoia National Park - Mountains

 

4.10.37.2088-2092: Sequoia National Park - Mountains - Kaweah

 

4.10.37.2093-2101: Sequoia National Park - Mountains - Mineral King

 

4.10.37.2102-2117: Sequoia National Park - Mountains - Whitney

 

4.10.37.2118-2123: Sequoia National Park - Passes

 

4.10.37.2124-2130: Sequoia National Park - Rivers

 

4.10.37.2131: Sequoia National Park - Roads

 

4.10.38.2138-2145: Sequoia National Park - Rocks

 

4.10.38.2146: Sequoia National Park - Trees

 

4.10.38.2147-2155: Sequoia National Park - Trees - Redwood

 

4.10.38.2156-2163: Sequoia National Park - Trees - Redwood - General Sherman

 

4.10.38.2164-2170: Sequoia National Park - Trees - Redwoods - Giant Forest

 

4.10.38.2171: Sequoia National Park - Valleys

 

4.10.38.2172-2174: Sequoia National Park - Waterfalls

 

4.10.39.2198-2201: Sierra Nevada - Alpine regions

 

Box 11: PHOTOGRAPHS: SIERRA NEVADA - TREES - PINE - FOXTAIL to WASHINGTON - WATERFALLS

 

4.11.41.2318-2327: Sierra Nevada - Trees - Pine - Foxtail

 

4.11.41.2328-2340: Sierra Nevada - Trees - Pine - Sugar

 

4.11.41.2341-2365: Sierra Nevada - Trees - Redwood

 

4.11.41.2366-2373: Sierra Nevada - Trees - Redwood - Calaveras Grove

 

4.11.42.2378-2387: Sierra Nevada - Trees - Redwood - Converse Basin

 

4.11.42.2388-2392: Sierra Nevada - Valleys

 

4.11.42.2393: Sierra Nevada - Waterfalls

 

4.11.42.2394-2402: South Pacific

 

4.11.42.2403-2415: Trees

 

4.11.42.2416-2422: Trees - Fir

 

4.11.42.2423-2433: Trees - Oak

 

4.11.43.2438-2452: Trees - Pine

 

4.11.43.2453-2455: Trees - Spruce

 

4.11.43.2456-2457: Utah

 

4.11.43.2458-2459: Utah - Indian

 

4.11.43.2460-2465: Washington

 

4.11.43.2466-2469: Washington - Glaciers

 

4.11.43.2470-2472: Washington - Mountains - Olympic

 

4.11.43.2473-2481: Washington - Mountains - Rainier

 

4.11.43.2482-2488: Washington - Trees

 

4.11.43.2489-2492: Washington - Waterfalls

 

Box 12: PHOTOGRAPHS: WEEDS to YOSEMITE NATL. PARK - MTNS. - GLACIER PT.

 

4.12.44.2498: Weeds

 

4.12.44.2499-2509: Wisconsin

 

4.12.44.2510-2518: Yellowstone National Park

 

4.12.44.2519-2524: Yellowstone National Park - Geysers

 

4.12.45.2558-2563: Yosemite National Park - Animals

 

4.12.45.2564-2571: Yosemite National Park - Camps & camping

 

4.12.45.2572-2574: Yosemite National Park - Flowers

 

4.12.45.2575-2576: Yosemite National Park - Glaciers

 

4.12.45.2577-2585: Yosemite National Park - Historic houses, etc.

 

4.12.45.2586-2593: Yosemite National Park - Indians

 

4.12.45.2594-2603: Yosemite National Park - Lakes

 

4.12.45.2604-2612: Yosemite National Park - Lakes - Tenaya

 

4.12.45.2613: Yosemite National Park - Lumbering & logging

 

4.12.46.2618-2621: Yosemite National Park - Meadows

 

4.12.46.2622-2640: Yosemite National Park - Meadows - Tuolumne

 

4.12.46.2641-2657: Yosemite National Park - Mountaineers & mountaineering

 

4.12.47.2678-2699: Yosemite National Park - Mountains

 

4.12.47.2700-2709: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Cathedral Peak

 

4.12.47.2710-2712: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Clouds Rest

 

4.12.47.2713-2717: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Conness

 

4.12.47.2718-2719: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Dana

 

4.12.47.2720-2731: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - El Capitan

 

4.12.47.2732-2733: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Glacier Point

 

Box 13: PHOTOGRAPHS: YOSEMITE NATL. PARK - MTNS. - HALF DOME to YOSEMITE NATL. PARK - TREES - OAK

 

4.13.48.2738-2760: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Half Dome

 

4.13.48.2761-2762: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Lyell

 

4.13.48.2763-2767: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - North Dome

 

4.13.48.2768: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Sugar Loaf

 

4.13.48.2769-2770: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Tenaya

 

4.13.48.2771-2776: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Tuolumne

 

4.13.48.2777-2784: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Unicorn Peak

 

4.13.48.2785-2788: Yosemite National Park - Mountains - Watkins

 

4.13.48.2789: Yosemite National Park - Passes

 

4.13.49.2798-2807: Yosemite National Park - Rivers

 

4.13.49.2808-2828: Yosemite National Park - Rivers - Merced

 

4.13.49.2829-2834: Yosemite National Park - Rivers - Tuolumne

 

4.13.49.2835-2841: Yosemite National Park - Roads

 

4.13.49.2842-2844: Yosemite National Park - Roads - Madera

 

4.13.49.2845: Yosemite National Park - Rocks - Rocks

 

4.13.49.2846-2851: Yosemite National Park - Rocks - Cathedral

 

4.13.49.2852-2853: Yosemite National Park - Rocks - Liberty Cap

 

4.13.50.2858-2863: Yosemite National Park - Rocks - Sentinel

 

4.13.50.2864-2892: Yosemite National Park - Trees

 

4.13.50.2893-2900: Yosemite National Park - Trees - Cedar

 

4.13.50.2901-2902: Yosemite National Park - Trees - Hemlock

 

4.13.50.2903-2906: Yosemite National Park - Trees - Juniper

 

4.13.50.2907-2908: Yosemite National Park - Trees - Oak

 

Box 14: PHOTOGRAPHS: YOSEMITE NATL. PARK - TREES - PINE to YOSEMITE NATL. PARK - WATERFALLS - YOSEMITE

 

4.14.51.2918-2925: Yosemite National Park - Trees - Pine

 

4.14.51.2926-2935: Yosemite National Park - Trees - Redwood

 

4.14.51.2936-2966: Yosemite National Park - Valleys - Hetch Hetchy

 

4.14.52.2978-3010: Yosemite National Park - Valleys - Yosemite

 

4.14.53.3038-3042: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls

 

4.14.53.3043-3051: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls - Bridal Veil

 

4.14.53.3052-3060: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls - Nevada

 

4.14.53.3061-3071: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls - Tuolumne River

 

4.14.53.3072-3077: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls - Vernal

 

4.14.53.3078-3085: Yosemite National Park - Waterfalls - Yosemite

 

Box 15: PHOTOGRAPHS/PHOTO ALBUMS/DRAWINGS: additional images added to the collection and not available on microfiche.

 

f54-xxxx PHOTOGRAPHS

 

4.15.54.3101-3116: Photographs (see also oversize Box): John Muir portraits, on location, and with others. Images of Africa.

 

4.15.54.3117: Photo Album (green): given to John Muir by Theodore Lukens. Includes images of Yosemite National Park, Atwell Mills, Sequoia National park, King's River, Crocker's station, Kern River, Devils Postpile, Grand Canyon?, Mt. Wilson, and Bear Valley Lake.

 

4.15.54.3118: Photo Album (brown leather): Includes images of hiking among Sequoias, King's River Canyon, Kern River, and Yosemite National Park.

 

4.15.54.3119: Photo Album (black): Includes images of Africa, and Japan.

 

4.15.54.3120: Photograph Merced River and Yosemite Valley

 

4.15.54.3121: Photograph "William Keith at Muir Home"

 

4.15.54.3122: Photograph "Marion Randall Parsons"

 

4.15.54.3123: Photograph "Tuolumne 1909" John Muir

 

4.15.54.3124: Photograph "In Muir Woods" c.1909

 

4.15.54.3125-32: Photographs: Helen Muir, John Strentzel, Dunbar, Heidelberg (?), "Little Brown church in the Vale" Bradford Iowa, various unidentified images

 

f55-xxxx DRAWINGS

 

4.15.55.3201-3211: Drawings (see oversize Box): Glacial Studies

 

4.15.55.3212: Drawing "Smoky Jack's Sheep Camp, Merced Co, Cal, 1869"

 

4.15.55.3213: Drawing "View of Sierra from Twenty hill hollow. Feb [18, 1869]"

 

4.15.55.3214: Drawing "Near Snellings [sic] Merced Co Cal."

 

4.15.55.3215: Drawing of castle by "Louise Strentzel"

 

4.15.55.3216:Drawing "HOME" "Hickery Hill House Fountain Lake House" (see p230 of Story of My Boyhood and Youth), Muir

 

Series Va: Related Papers of William F. Badè

Note

This series was created by Holt Atherton Special Collections. It contains transcriptions of Muir writings, as well as bibliographies, notes, correspondence and other writings on Muir by the earliest Muir scholar, William Frederic Badè. Selected items in Series Va have been microfilmed as noted below.
 

Box 1: BADE TRANSCRIPTS of MUIR CORRESPONDENCE, 1885-1887

 

Box 2: BADE TRANSCRIPTS of MUIR CORRESPONDENCE, 1888-1900

 

Box 3: BADE TRANSCRIPTS of MUIR CORRESPONDENCE, 1901-1910

 

Box 4: BADE TRANSCRIPTS of MUIR CORRESPONDENCE, 1911-1914

 

Box 5: BADE TRANSCRIPTS of MUIR JOURNALS, 1867-1899; 1902-1912

 

-1867 "Florida - Cuba"

 

-1868 "Crossing the Panama Isthmus" (translated by Stephanie LeMenager 2010)

 

-1869 Jan 1 - May 31 "20 Hill Hollow"

 

-1869 ca June 1- Jul 28 "Sierra Journal Summer 1869 v. 3"

 

-1871, 1911 Journal Excerpts, 3 pages

 

-[1881] "Northwest Geography and History" (#29)

 

-1891 May 30-June 13 Trip to Kings River (#36a)

 

-1895 "Trip to the Sierra" (#36b)

 

-1896 July 10-23 (#39)

 

-1896 August 26 - September 30 (#37)

 

-1897 August 7-27 "Sargent and Canby Trip to Alaska" (#41)

 

-1897 July, September-November "Through South" (#40)

 

-1899 May 26-June 28 (#43)

 

-[1899] June 29-July 25 (#42)

 

-[1899] July 26-August 2 (#44)

 

-1902 January 13-23 (#46)

 

-ca 1912 [South America Trip]

 

-Autobiography versions "C" from pelican bay in 1908

 

-Autobiography 3 pages "Life and Letters"

 

Box 6: BADE CORRESPONDENCE WRITINGS on MUIR, 1914-1923

 

Box 7: BADE CORRESPONDENCE WRITINGS on MUIR, 1924-1954

 

Box 8: CLIPPINGS ON MUIR SELECTED by BADE, 1915-1934

 

Box 9: MANUSCRIPT DRAFTS

 

-"A THOUSAND MILE WALK TO THE GULF" 1916

 

-BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JOHN MUIR 1872-1915

 

-"STEEP TRAILS" 1918

 

- "LIFE AND LETTERS"

 

Box 10: BADE RELATED PAPERS

 

-Miscellaneous reminiscences about Muir collected by Badè: [microfilmed items include reel and frame number]

 

--William Trout

 

--C. Hart Merriam

 

--William A. Magee

 

--Charles Vorman

 

--Melville Anderson

 

--S. Hall Young

 

--H.E. Cole

 

--Grace Sterling Lindsay

 

--Mrs. Hooker

 

--William Magee

 

--Emily Bell [m/f reel #51, frame 00003]

 

--Sarah J. McChesney [m/f reel #51, frame 00004]

 

--Elmer E. Gilmore [m/f reel #51, frame 00007]

 

--Annie K. Bidwell [m/f reel #51, frame 00009]

 

--James Whitehead [m/f reel #51, frame 00015]

 

--Milton S. Griswold [m/f reel #51, frame 00017]

 

--Alfred B. Brown [m/f reel #51, frame 00023]

 

--Merrill Moores [m/f reel #51, frame 00032]

 

--Kittie Hodgson [m/f reel #51, frame 00033]

 

--Gertrude Hutchings Mills [m/f reel #51, frame 00035]

 

--Anna Galloway Eastman [m/f reel #51, frame 00043]

 

-Chronology and record of Muir's Journals

 

-Muir life Chronology

 

-Plant name notes

 

-List of letter from Muir to J.E. Calkins 1904-1913

 

-Bade's index to the John Muir Papers

 

-Note on Society of Nations

 

-Bade/Muir newspaper clippings 1901-1937

 

-Bade note on Muir's 1867 accident

 

-Photographs of construction of Half Dome Cables Trail 1919

 

-Copies of damaged papers concerning Hetch Hetchy

 

-Poetry to John Muir

 

-Bade notes on Travel to Alaska

 

-Photographs: Florida, Hetch Hetchy, La Grange and Snelling

 

-Printed material (2 folders)

 

-Draft of Bade's intro to "Cruise of the Corwin"

 

-John Muir eulogy (prayer) written by Bade

 

-Miscellaneous notes: Jeanne Carr genealogy, Mrs. Therese Yelverton information.

 

-Miscellaneous scraps, envelopes, c.1885 map of Florida

 

-Miscellaneous printed scraps

 

Box 11: MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS PAMPHLETS FROM BADE'S LIBRARY

 

Series Vb: Related Papers of Linnie Marsh Wolfe

Note

This series was added to the Muir Papers by Holt Atherton Special Collections. It contains notes and drafts for Wolfe's writings on Muir, as well as bibliographies, notes and correspondence. Selected items in Series Vb have been microfilmed as noted below.
 

Box 1: MISCELLANEOUS NOTES; PHOTOS; SPEECHES

 

-Muir's "Thoughts on Death"

 

-"Mumble-the-peg"

 

-Milton Armstrong material (2 folders)

 

-Wolfe transcripts, copies and scraps (2 folders)

 

-Muir and Keith on Mt. Rainer

 

-The John Muir Association

 

-Muir Display photographs

 

-Wolfe Speeches (Radio)

 

-John Muir-Kings Canyon National Park material (1938-39)

 

-Photographs: High Sierra and Sequoia forests and destruction

 

-Photographs: including 1856 Mr. and Mrs. George Galloway

 

-Photographs: Sierra, Sequoias, Yosemite

 

Box 2: CORRESPONDENCE, 1918-1940

 

Box 3: "SON OF THE WILDERNESS" NOTEBOOK

 

Box 4: NOTEBOOKS #2

 

Box 5: NOTEBOOKS #3

 

Box 6: "JOHN OF THE MOUNTAINS DRAFT;" BIOGRAPHY; MISCELLANEOUS NOTES

 

Box 7: CORRESPONDENCE, 1941-1945 UNDATED, Reminiscences include:

 

-Helen Swett [m/f reel #51, frame 00047]

 

-Kathryn Merrill Graydon and Ellen Graydon [m/f reel #51, frame 00090]

 

-Cecelia Galloway [m/f reel #51, frame 00133]

 

-Helen Muir [m/f reel #51, frame 00106]

 

-J. E. Calkins [m/f reel #51, frame 00050]

 

Box 8: "SON OF THE WILDERNESS" PT. 1 DRAFT

 

Box 9: "SON OF THE WILDERNESS" PT. 2 DRAFT

 

Box 10: "SON OF THE WILDERNESS" PT. 3 DRAFT

 

Box 11: NOTECARDS

 

Box 12: WOLFE TRANSCRIPTS of MUIR JOURNALS

 

-1869 Journal Excerpts Wolfe Emended copy

 

-1869-1873 Journal Excerpts Wolfe Emended copy

 

-1869-1870 December 16 - about July 7 Yosemite

 

-[1872 October] [Lyell Glaciers]

 

-1873 June 1-5 Mt. Lyell

 

-[1873?] Yosemite

 

-1873 July 27 - August 10 Little Yosemite

 

-1873 September Yosemite; San Joaquin Canyon

 

-1874-1877 Excerpts

 

-1875 June Sierra

 

-[ca 1876] [Sierra Studies?]

 

-1888 July 11-August 12 Rainer etc

 

-1890 June-September Excursion of Alaska (#44a)

 

-1890-1891 Excerpts

 

-1893 July (Reel 28 Frame 03198)

 

-[1893 Summer] European Tour

 

-1894, 1904 Excerpts

 

-1896 August 27 [Oregon]

 

-1902 July 15-August 16 Kern River

 

-1903-1904 Around the World Tour (#48-52)

 

-1905-1906 July 30-February 9 Arizona (fragments) (#52a)

 

-1909 July 2-25 Little Yosemite (#54)

 

-1913 August 14-27

 

-Undated Miscellaneous fragments

 

-Undated Notes Fragments "X-1"

 

-"Wolfe Copy of Muir Material"

 

-"Wolfe Notes (prepared for Son of Wilderness narration)"

 

-"Wolfe transcription of Trip to Kings River Yosemite"

 

-"Wolfe JM Journal Transcripts"

 

Box 13: MISCELLANEOUS PAMPHLETS & CLIPPINGS: Bibliographies, business papers, congressional bills, Muir viewpoint (Wisconsin), "Nature Notes from Yellowstone Park," scraps, poetry and photographs (H.F. Bailey), pamphlets and book promotional material, book reviews and news clippings.

 

Series Vc: Family Papers

 

Box 1: RICHARD HANNA COLLECTION OF MUIR/STRENTZEL LEGAL DOCUMENTS, 1853-1913 (see box 7 for oversized materials)

 

Box 2: MUIR/STRENTZEL LEGAL DOCUMENTS, 1867-1914

 

Box 3: FAMILY PAPERS

 

-Family history, correspondence, Muir biographical material, Funk material, Wanda Muir Hanna material.

 

-Daniel Muir Declaration of Intent for Citizenship [m/f reel #51, frame 00158]

 

-Wanda Muir Oh We Love this World [m/f reel #51, frame 00159]

 

-Strentzel Estate Probate [m/f reel #51, frame 00160]

 

-Methodist Episcopal Church Statement of Appreciation [m/f reel #51, frame 00162]

 

-Margaret H. Lunam Gilrye Family Genealogy [m/f reel #51, frame 00163]

 

-Helen Muir Five Weeks in Khaki [m/f reel #51, frame 00165]

 

-Sarah Galloway - Muir's trip to South America [m/f reel #51, frame 00163]

 

-Helen Muir information on Muir Manor [m/f reel #51, frame 00163]

 

-Louisiana (?) [Louie’s mother] Strentzel Correspondence

 

-Louisiana Strentzel Diary (excerpts concerning John Muir)

 

-Louisiana Strentzel Diary manuscript pieces

 

-Louisiana Strentzel Diary typewritten transcriptions excerpts

 

Box 4: "DEAR PAPA" Manuscript "Dear Papa: Letters Between John Muir and His Daughter Wanda" by Jean Hanna Clark and Shirley Sargent

 

Box 5: FAMILY PAPERS - STRENTZEL: John Strentzel, Louisiana Erwin Strentzel, Samuel Augustus Erwin: notebook, correspondence 1839-1890s, poetry, clippings. Autobiography of John Theophil Strentzel, c.1888 documents travels from boyhood to settlement in Alhambra in 1853. Photocopy of John Strentzel’s Memoranda 1850-1854. Correspondence to Jeanne Carr. Childhood papers of Louie Strentzel.

 

Box 6: JOHN STRENTZEL ACCOUNT BOOK, 1848-1860

 

Box 7 [oversize]: MUIR/STRENTZEL LEGAL DOCUMENTS, 1853-1913. Includes Black metal Box that "held legal documents" (Box kept in the John Muir bookcases in the reading room)

 

Series Vd: Sierra Club Papers

 

Box 1: SIERRA CLUB PAPERS, 1896-1913 (damaged - smelly) correspondence and clipping concerning Hetch Hetchy and William F. Badè

 

-John Muir Cascade Forest Reservation Resolution [m/f reel #51, frame 00192]

 

-Sierra Club Toll Roads Yosemite [m/f reel #51, frame 00193]

 

-Sierra Club Outing List [m/f reel #51, frame 00198]

 

-William F. Badè Transcripts of Correspondence re: Hetch Hetchy [m/f reel #51, frame 00203]

 

Series Ve: Miscellaneous Papers, 1873-1942

 

Box 1: MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS, 1873-1942

 

-Jeanne C. Carr "Yosemite Trip with Muir & Keith" [m/f reel #51, frame 00234]

 

-Margaret R. Lunam "Gilderoy" [m/f reel #51, frame 00240]

 

-Jeanne C. Carr "John Muir" [m/f reel #51, frame 00244]

 

-Edward R. Taylor "To the Pine" [m/f reel #51, frame 00246]

 

-Edward R. Taylor "To Burns" [m/f reel #51, frame 00247]

 

-S. Hall Young "Sermon Notes" [m/f reel #51, frame 00249]

 

-Edward R. Taylor "On a Picture Painted by… Keith…" [m/f reel #51, frame 00254]

 

-S. Hall Young "The Veritable History of Stickine" [Stickeen] [m/f reel #51, frame 00256] with transcript

 

-Edward R. Taylor four poems [m/f reel #51, frame 00261]

 

-Peter L. Trout "A Trip to Glacierland" [m/f reel #51, frame 00272]

 

-Peter L. Trout "The Great American Continent" [m/f reel #51, frame 00320]

 

-Edward R. Taylor Three Poems [m/f reel #51, frame 00326]

 

-Mary Harriman et al. "The Harriman Alaska Expedition Poems" [m/f reel #51, frame 00329]

 

-J.H. Mellichamp "Flowers and Pine Needles" [m/f reel #51, frame 00366]

 

-Edward R. Taylor "The Sport of Killing" [m/f reel #51, frame 00367]

 

-Bailey Millard "Muir of the Mountains" [m/f reel #51, frame 00368]

 

-Edward R. Taylor "In Arizona" [m/f reel #51, frame 00369]

 

-Ellen B. Sherman "To a Sequoia" [m/f reel #51, frame 00373]

 

-Henry Mead Bland "The Man of the Trail" [m/f reel #51, frame 00374]

 

-August Drahms "On Re-reading… Muir" [m/f reel #51, frame 00376]

 

-Olive T. Miller "A Pilgrimage" [m/f reel #51, frame 00377]

 

-National Institute of Arts and Letters John Muir Tribute [m/f reel #51, frame 00380]

 

-August Drahms "On Seeing a Water Ousel" [Ouzel] [m/f reel #51, frame 00381]

 

-Middletown State Hospital Patients Hetch Hetchy Petition [m/f reel #51, frame 00382]

 

-Edmond S. Meany "When the Wind Played a Harp at My Bed" [m/f reel #51, frame 00383]

 

-Merrill Moores "Recollections of John Muir as a Young Man" [m/f reel #51, frame 00384]

 

-Greta A. Variel Wanda Muir Hanna Reminiscence [m/f reel #51, frame 00401]

 

-Edward R. Taylor "To the Grand Canyon" [m/f reel #51, frame 00412]

 

-Carr papers

 

-Edward Robeson Taylor poems

 

-Hendricks poems

 

-Florence Scripps Kellogg poem

 

-Margaret R. Lunam "Gilderoy" transcribed

 

-"Muir of the Mountains" poem

 

-[Big Tree Record] C.S. Sargent

 

-Poetry about John Muir

 

-Elizabeth Burbank [reminiscence]

 

-Alice Fletcher [reminiscence]

 

-Grace Brown, cousin [reminiscence]

 

Series VI: Muir's Clippings Files [items arranged by subject; not microfilmed]

 

Box 1: LOOSE CLIPPINGS: "ABORTION" to "HETCH HETCHY"

 

Box 2: LOOSE CLIPPINGS: "HETCH HETCHY" to "PUBLISHED WRITINGS, 'OUR NATIONAL PARKS'"

 

Box 3: LOOSE CLIPPINGS: "PUBLISHED WRITINGS, 'STICKEEN'" to "ZOOLOGY"

 

Box 4 and 5: not used

 

Box 6a: SCRAPBOOK #1, 1873-1889; JM WRITINGS & LIFE SCRAPBOOK #2

 

Box 6b [oversize]: SCRAPBOOK given by David Hanna, 1869-1880

 

Box 7: JM PUBL. ARTICLES [incl. YOSEMITE BILL, 1890] AND ARTICLES ON MANY TOPICS RELATED TO MUIR

 

Box 8: DUPLICATE ARTICLES FROM KIMES BIBLIOGRAPHY (see Kimes Bibliography of Muir articles in Series 3 Box 22-26)

 

Box 9: PAMPHLETS & MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES

 

Box 10: CLIPPINGS on EARLY CALIFORNIA AGRICULTURE [probably collected by JM & John Strentzel]

 

Series VII: Muir Memorabilia Collection

 

Box 1: SCRAPS AND MAPS [additional maps are kept with the oversize manuscript collections]

 

Box 2: MEMORABILIA [calling cards, greeting cards, notes, printed poems, invitations, memberships, Annie Muir's wallet, "lock of father's hair", Herbarium list]

 

Box 3: MEMORABILIA [incl. Chinese leaf art from Mrs. Yelverton; envelopes with notes; Jeanne Carr correspondence. list]

 

Box 4: MEMORABILIA [incl. drawings of buildings by Libby & Eva Griffith; personal receipts, postcards, menus, passenger lists, ticket books from World Tour, 1903; railroad passes 1901-1907, specimens-general, botanical specimen from Australia 1903, plant specimens from 1901 Journal "Trip to Boulder Creek…", Journal of Yosemite trip with Sierra Club 1907, South America 1911.]

 

Box 5: MEMORABILIA [incl. scrapbook of envelopes from Jeanne Carr correspondence, early JM bibliographies, 1897 & 1916; photos of South America; postcards; correspondence, envelopes, 1881-1897; Norway trip passenger list, 1893; postcards of Dunbar, Scotland; valentines & drawings from Berkeley schoolchildren, 1914; Miscellaneous publications including Philippine Journal of Science; Newman Collection photocopies; William Rice Institute Festival, 1912; Children's sketches of Stickeen; "Where are the largest Trees in the World" by J.H. Maiden; South Carolina Interstate and West Indian Exposition, 1901-02; library list; writing notes and publisher information; envelope with note concerning letters to be destroyed, 1909]