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Series 1.  Biographical Files

Physical Description: Box 1

Scope and Content Note

Also includes bibliographical material on Walker A. Tompkins' writings, and a photo album/scrapbook.
Box 1: 1

Apple (Richard) Interview with Tompkins, 1984

Box 1: 2

Bibliographies/Lists (mainly publications by Tompkins), ca. 1987

Box 1: 3

Clippings (including 1988 obituaries and tributes), ca. 1975-1989

 

Series 2.  Correspondence (Bulk ca. 1954-1988)

Physical Description: Box 2

Scope and Content Note

Mainly incoming, relating to local history questions.
Box 2: 1

1924 - 1925

Abstract: [includes news about the Santa Barbara earthquake]
Box 2: 2

1954 - 1959

Box 2: 3

1960 - 1973

Box 2: 4

1974 - 1978

Box 2: 5

1979 - 1983

Box 2: 6

1984 - 1986

Box 2: 7

1987 - 1988

Box 2: 8

No dates

 

Series 3.  Financial Records 1965-1966

Physical Description: Box 3

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence and agreement with publisher, re Goleta, the Good Land, as well as sales/distribution lists.
Box 3: 1 - 4

Correspondence and agreement with publisher, re Goleta, the Good Land, as well as sales/distribution lists, 1965 - 1966

 

Series 4.  Research Files ca. 1920s-1980s

Physical Description: Boxes 4-8

Scope and Content Note

Includes copies of correspondence, flyers, broadsides, articles, reports, clippings, notes, and other related material, mostly undated but ca. 1920s-1980s. [RESTRICTED - See Head of Special Collections for questions regarding use.]
Box 4: 1

Adobes

Box 4: 2

Agriculture/Cattle

Box 4: 3

Aviation

Box 4: 4 - 6

Biographies

Box 4: 7

Carpinteria

Box 4: 8

Carrillo, Leo

Box 4: 9

Churches/Religions

Box 4: 10

Cold Spring School/Tavern

Box 5: 1

Corporations

Box 5: 2

Court House

Box 5: 3

Early American Settlers

Box 5: 4 - 5

Earthquakes/Geology/Disasters (1925 Santa Barbara Earthquake)

Box 5: 6

El Refugio

Box 5: 7

Elections

Box 5: 8

Fire Department

Box 5: 9

Flags

Box 5: 10

Flying A Studio (Motion Picture Industry)

Box 5: 11

Forgotten Cemetery

Box 5: 12

Fremont

Box 5: 13

Gaviota

Box 5: 14

Goleta

Box 5: 15

Granada Theater

Box 5: 16

Homesteaders/Homesteads

Box 5: 17

Hope House/Ranch

Box 6: 1

Hotels

Box 6: 2

Landmarks/Architecture/Victorians

Box 6: 3

Law Enforcement (Police)

Box 6: 4

Lompoc

Box 6: 5

Los Alamos

Box 6: 6

Mayors

Box 6: 7

Medicine/Dentistry

Box 6: 8

Mission Canyon

Box 6: 9

Missions

Box 6: 10

Montecito/Buena Vista

Box 6: 11

Museums

Box 6: 12

Newspapers

Box 6: 13

Old Spanish Days/Fiesta

Box 6: 14

Organizations

Box 6: 15

Parks and County Place Names

Box 6: 16

Postmasters

Box 6: 17

Presidio

Box 6: 18

Railroads

Box 6: 19

Rainfall

Box 6: 20

Rancheros Vistadores

Box 6: 21

Ranchos

Box 7: 1

San Marcos Pass

Box 7: 2 - 4

Santa Barbara -- General

Box 7: 5

Santa Barbara and Ventura Coastline

Box 7: 6

Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens

Box 7: 7

Santa Barbara News-Press

Box 7: 8

Santa Barbara Polo Club

Box 7: 9

Santa Maria

Box 7: 10

Santa Rosa Island

Box 7: 11

Santa Ynez Valley

Box 7: 12

Schools

Box 8: 1

Scouting (Boy Scouts)

Box 8: 2

Southern California Edison (SCE)

Box 8: 3

Stagecoaches

Box 8: 4

Storke Family

Box 8: 5

Theatres

Box 8: 6

Vandenberg

Box 8: 7

Vineyards

Box 8: 8

Water Supply

Box 8: 9

Weather

Box 8: 10

Western/Native American/General

Box 8: 11

Yacht Club

Box 8: 12 - 15

Miscellany (mostly notes on local topics)

 

Series 5.  Writings

 

Subseries 1.  Book Reviews

Box 9: 1

Book Reviews by Tompkins and about his books, ca. 1964

 

Subseries 2.  Monographs

Box 9: 2 - 4

California Editor, 1958, 1966

Box 9: 5 - 9

California's Wonderful Corner, 1975

Box 9: 10 - 13

Continuing Quest, 1977

Box 10: 1 - 15

Cottage Hospital, 1988

Box 10: 16 - 18

CQ Ghost Ship, 1985

Box 10: 19

De Anza Diary, ca. 1976

Box 10: 20 - 21

Death Valley QTH, 1985

Box 10: 22

DX Brings Danger, 1985

Box 11: 1 - 2

DX Brings Danger

Box 11: 3 - 4

Fourteen at the Table, 1983

Box 11: 5

Fremont Ambush

Box 11: 6 - 23

Goleta the Good Land, 1966

Box 11: 24 - 26

Grand Canyon QSO, ca. 1987

Box 11: 27

Growing Up with Summerland (foreword), 1975

Box 11: 28

Hollister Saga, 1972

Box 11: 29

Honda Disaster, ca. 1973

Box 12: 1

Key and the Crucifix, ca. 1963

Box 12: 2

Mattei's Tavern, 1986

Box 12: 3

Mule Car and Trolley (foreword), 1984

Box 12: 4 - 5

Murder by QRM, 1988

Box 12: 6

Santa Barbara Board of Realtors Booklets (neighborhoods), ca. 1972

Box 12: 7 - 10

Santa Barbara History Makers, 1983

Box 13: 1 - 2

Santa Barbara History Makers

Box 13: 3 - 5

Santa Barbara Past and Present, 1975

Box 13: 6 - 10

Santa Barbara Yesterdays (indexes and columns), 1974

Box 13: 11 - 12

Santa Barbara's Royal Rancho, 1960, 1987

Box 13: 13

SOS at Midnight, 1985

Box 13: 14 - 15

Stagecoach Days, 1982

Box 13: 16

West of Texas Law, ca. 1948

 

Subseries 3.  Pulp Fiction

Physical Description: Box 27
 

Vol. 1: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

Fighting Caballero, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

The Overland Mail, Exciting Western, 1941

Box

Iron Horse Rustler, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Golden Guns, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

The Hombre Who Talked with Guns, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Boothill on the Border, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Renegades of Red Rim, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Lobo Legacy, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

The Mochila of Legacy, Exciting Western, 1942

Box

Border Eagle's Bullets, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Red Man's Range, Range Riders Western, 1942

Box

Phantom Pueblo, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Warpath Guns raid the U.P., Western Yarns, 1942

Box

Wires West-To Hell!, .44 Western Magazine, 1942

Box

Snow-Country Showdown, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Trigger Trail, Western Adventures, 1942

Box

Salty Six Guns, Wild West Weekly, 1942

 

Vol. 2: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

Treasure of Juniper Mesa, Wild West Weekly, 1932

Box

The Dry-gulcher of Thundergust Valley, Wild West Weekly, 1932

Box

The Texas Tiger, Wild West Weekly, 1932

Box

The Mystery of Flying V, Wild West Weekly, 1932

Box

Show-down At Sweetwater Gulch, Wild West Weekly, 1932

Box

Lynch Law for Latigo, Wild West Weekly, 1932

 

Vol. 3: Ozar the Azteg

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

A Purloined Stake, The Author and Journalist, 1933

Box

Ozar the Aztec, Street and Smith's Top-Notch Monthly, 1933

Box

Ozar and the Plumed Serpent, Street and Smith's Top-Notch Monthly, 1933

Box

Ozar and the Jade Alter, Street and Smith's Top-Notch Monthly, 1933

Box

The Death Drums of Ozar, Street and Smith's Top-Notch Monthly, 1933

Box

Ozar and the Black Skull, Street and Smith's Top-Notch Monthly, 1933

Box

Ozar's Crown of Victory, Street and Smith's Top-Notch Monthly, 1933

 

Vol. 4: The Desert Phantom

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

The Desert Phantom, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Brand of the Phantom, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Phantom Justice, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Ghost Guns of the Phantom, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

The Desert Phantom's Luck, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

The Desert Phantom's Showdown, Wild West Weekly, 1933

 

Vol. 5A: The Border Eagle

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

The Border Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Loot of the Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

The Eagle's Haunted Six-guns, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

The Border Eagle's Prey, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Death Stalks the Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

The Border Eagle at Trail's End, Wild West Weekly, 1934

 

Vol. 5B: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

Deputy Death, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Deputy Death's Night Ride, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

A Trap for Deputy Death, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Deputy Death's Gold Strike, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

The Trail of Deputy Death, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Deputy Death Meets the Comanche Killer, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Rand of the Rio Grande, Wild West Weekly

Box

Rio Rand Trails Trouble, Wild West WEekly

Box

Rio Rand at Bullet Gap. Wild West Weekly

Box

Rio Rand at Graveyard Mesa, Wild West Weekly

Box

A Death Trap for Rio Rand, Wild West Weekly

Box

Rio Rand Fights the Border Buzzard, Wild West Weekly

Box

Fangs of the White Wolf, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

The White Wolf Leads a Pack, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Deputy Sheriff White Wolf, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

White Wolf's Outlaw Pack, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Twin of the White Wolf, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

White Wolf's Snake-Fang Clue, Wild West Weekly, 1940

Box

White Wolf at Ghost Mine, Wild West Weekly, 1940

Box

White Wolf's Six-Gun New Year, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

White Wolf Talks Turkey, Wild West Weekly, 1940

 

Vol. 6: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

Firebrand of the Rio Grande, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Firebrand Leads the Legion, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Firebrand Captures a Sheriff, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Firebrand's Boothill Bounty, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Firebrand Fights the Legion, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Firebrand Wins His Heritage, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Shane of Santa Fe, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Pinto Shane's Murder Mortgage, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

The Law Corrals Pinto Shane, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Pinto Shane's Coffin Brand, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Pinto Shane Opens Scorpion Basin, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Prairie Scout, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Prairie Scout Rides West, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Prairie Scout Baits a Man Trap, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Prairie Scout's Torture, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

The Ghost of Prairie Scout, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Prairie Scout at Trail's End, Wild West Weekly, 1936

 

Vol. 7: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

Gold-Plated Handcuffs, Wild West Weekly, 1931

Box

Plunder of El Horado, Wild West Weekly, 1931

Box

Tombstone Calaboose, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Skull Ranch, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Phantom Rustlers, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Tommy Rockford's Owl-Hoot Sign, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Bait for a Man Trap, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Golden Handcuffs and Guns, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Tommy Rockford at Mystery Ranch, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Tommy Rockford Trails A Ghost, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Murder on Rainbow Butte, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

The Branded Skull, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Guns From the Graves, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Wanted For Murder - Tommy Rockford, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

The Canyon of No Return, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Bandit's Brand, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

The Navajo Avenger, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Murder in Mesquite Basin, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Tommy Rockford Ropes a Rattlesnake, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Tommy Rockford Bucks the Nevada Wolves, Wild West Weekly, 1937

 

Vol. 8: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

Gold-Plated Six-Guns, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Tommy Rockford's Stolen Handcuffs, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Tommy Rockford Dodges the Gallows, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

The Hoodoo Herd of Mystery River, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Boot Hill Brotherhood, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Tommy Rockford Arrests the Border Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Murder Mountain, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

The Spider's Hang-rope Web, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Skulls in Wrist Canyon, Wild West Weekly, 1934

Box

The Ghost of Tommy Rockford, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

The Haunted Bunk House, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Longhorn Desperado, Wild West Weekly, 1940

Box

Bullion of Death, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Dead Man's Handcuffs, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Tommy Rockford's Suicide Stagecoach, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Gunman's Ghost, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Guns and Gold Dust, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Tommy Rockford's Coffin Clew, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Tommy Rockford's Bullet Ballot, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Preparing For a Career in Western Pulps, Writer's Digest, 1938

 

Vol. 9: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

Texas Triggers, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Wanted Dead - The Texas Triggers, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Texas Triggers Sling Lead, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Texas Triggers at Mystery Mountain, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Texas Triggers Under Arrest, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

Texas Triggers Clean Up Coyoteville, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

The Suicide Deputy, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Suicide Deputy's Rustler Round-up, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Suicide Deputy Fights With Death, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Suicide Deputy's Midnight Trail, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Indian Vengeance for the Suicide Deputy, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Suicide Deputy Runs for Sheriff, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Lone Star Buckaroo, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Buckaroo's Mustang Stampede, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Death Corrals the Buckaroo, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Buckaroo Trails a Sheriff, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Buckaroo's Outlaw Boss, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Lone Star Buckaroo's Last Fight, Wild West Weekly, 1937

 

Vol. 10: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

The Sheriff Killer, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Pasear of Death, Western Adventure, 1940

Box

Beef for Fort Bighorn, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Spawn of the Owlhoot, Western Aces, 1940

Box

The Secret of the Lost Crater, Wild West Weekly, 1931

Box

Dead Man's Dinero, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Gold of Ghost Gulch, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Show-down at Sweetwater Gulch, Wild West Weekly, 1931

Box

The Secret of Mystery Mesa, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Silver Six-guns, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

The Tin-star of La Crescenta, Wild West Weekly, 1931

Box

The Dynamite Kid, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Assorted Tompkins Covers

Box

Red-hot Holsters, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Bullet-proof Dinero, Wild West Weekly, 1936

Box

The Eagle's Haunted Six-guns, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

The Big Bottom, The Washington Historical Quarterly, 1933

Box

Oysterville, The Oregon Historical Quarterly, 1932

Box

A purloined Stake, The Author and journalist, 1933

 

Vol. 11: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

Alamo Kimber, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Alamo Kimber's Gold Strike, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

A Stacked Deck for Alamo Kimber, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

A Trap for Alamo Kimber, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Guilty of Murder-Alamo Kimber, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Alamo Kimber's Trail of Death, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Tombstone Trail Boss, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Treachery of Tombstone Trail, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Death Rides Tombstone, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Tombstone Trail Brand Blotters, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Tombstone Trail's Hoodoo Ranch, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Tombstone Trail Pays Off, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Six-Gun Legacy, Wild West Weekly, 1940

 

Vol. 12: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

The Arizona Thunderbolt, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Thunderbolt's Trail Drive, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Mortgage Dinero for Thunderbolt, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Thunderbolt Bucks a Syndicate, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

The Badge of Thunderbolt, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Thunderbolt Rides the Showdown Trail, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

The Desert Phantom Rides to Deathville, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Deputy Desert Phantom, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Phantom of the Flames, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Foes of the Phantom, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

The Phantom's Forty-fives, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

The Desert Phantom's Reward, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Ranger Law for Pecos Raiders, Wild West Weekly, 1940

Box

The Silver Bullet, Wild West Weekly, 1940

Box

The Golden Lizard, Wild West Weekly, 1940

Box

Hangman's Noose, Wild West Weekly, 1931

Box

Code of the Border, Western Aces, 1940

Box

Suicide Six-guns, Wild West Weekly, 1940

Box

Sheriff by Proxy, Complete Western Book Magazine, 1940

 

Vol. 13: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 27
Box

Phantom Rancho, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Riders of Phantom Rancho, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Phantom Rancho Vengeance, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Phantom Rancho's Rustled Herd, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Bullets from Phantom Rancho, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

Phantom Rancho Changes Brands, Wild West Weekly, 1938

Box

The Border Eagle Rides North, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Brand of the Border Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Dynamite for the Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

The Eagle's Last Bullet, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Death Pursues the Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

The Border Eagle Unmasks the Terror, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

The Border Eagle's Strange Trail, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

The Border Eagle Chooses Death, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

Wings of the Border Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

The Border Eagle at Haunted Mine, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

The Border Eagle's Mexican Badge, Wild West Weekly, 1937

Box

The Border Eagle's Last Showdown, Wild West Weekly, 1937

 

Vol. 14: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

Trail of the Iron Horse, Wild West Weekly, 1940

Box

The Border Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Loot of the Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

The Eagle's Haunted Six-guns, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

The Border Eagle's Prey, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

Death Stalks the Eagle, Wild West Weekly, 1933

Box

The Border Eagle at Trail's End, Wild West Weekly, 1934

Box

Boothill Express, Wild West Weekly, 1940

 

Vol. 15: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

Terror Trail, Wild West Weekly, 1934

Box

Death Rides Terror Trail, Wild West Weekly, 1934

Box

Terror Trail's Lost Castle, Wild West Weekly, 1934

Box

Ghost of Terror Trail Castle, Wild West Weekly, 1934

Box

Terror Trail Treasure, Wild West Weekly, 1934

Box

The End of Terror Trail, Wild West Weekly, 1934

Box

Cougar Fang, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Death Trails Cougar Fang, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Cougar Fang at Peril Pass, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Torture for Cougar Fang, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Cougar Fang on the Warpath, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

Cougar Fang's Show-down, Wild West Weekly, 1935

Box

The Phantom Sheriff, Wild West Weekly, 1939

 

Vol. 16: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

Phantom Skulls, Range Riders Western, 1941

Box

Movie Makers

Box

Plotting the Pulp Western Story, Writer's Digest, 1939

Box

Just Another Western, Writer's Digest, 1940

Box

Better and Better, Writer's Digest, 1940

Box

Ghost Guns in Thundergust Valley, Wild West Weekly, 1931

Box

Terror in Snaketail Gorge, Wild West Weekly, 1932

Box

Beef for Border Raiders, Western Adventures, 1941

Box

A Trap for White Wolf, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Golden Handcuffs Mean Death, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

Paige of the Pony Express, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Alamo Paige Rides the Warpath, Exciting Western, 1941

Box

Senor Desperado, Wild West Weekly, 1939

Box

The Phantom Sheriff, Wild West Weekly, 1939

 

Vol. 17: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

The Devil's Legion, Range Riders Western, 1941

Box

Badge of Death, Wild West Weekly, 1940

Box

Skeletons in the Seguaro, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Gun-Mad Masquerade, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Gringo Gold, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Wagon Wheels West, Western Story, 1941

Box

Death Rides the Pony Express, Exciting Western, 1941

Box

The Haunted Saddle, Wild West Weekly, 1941

 

Vol. 18: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

Mystery Mesa, Range Riders Western, 1941

Box

Ghost-Town Gold, Western Adventures, 1941

Box

Gunhawks Gamble, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Alamo Paige, Wanted Ooutlaw, Exciting Western, 1941

Box

"Curse of the Phantom Saddle," Western Aces, 1941

Box

Curse of the Phantom Saddle, Western Aces, 1941

Box

Montana Marshal, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Coffin Pay-Off, Ace-High Western Stories, 1940

Box

The Fighting Texans, Masked Rider Western, 1941

Box

Gunpowder Passport, Wild West Weekly, 1941

Box

Badlands Carnival, Western Trails, 1941

 

Vol. 19: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

You Don't Have to be a Cowboy, The Author and Journalist, 1942

Box

White Wolf's Law, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Gold Loot, Exciting Western, 1942

Box

Two Rails West, Masked Rider Western, 1942

Box

Tomahawk Treasure, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Bullets for Bullion, Range Riders Western, 1942

Box

Bounty Payoff, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Creating Western Pulp Characters, Writer's Digest, 1942

Box

Hang-Rope Hostage, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Bait for a Noose Dodger, Western Aces, 1942

Box

Renegade Reward, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

"The Phantom Buffalo, Exciting Western, 1942

Box

The Scarlet Scalp, Popular Western, 1942

Box

Grave Robber's Guns, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Boothill's for Bad Actors, Wild West Weekly, 1942

 

Vol. 20: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

Black Gold and Gun Smoke, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Hot-Lead Legacy, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Buccaneer Bullets, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Dobe Dollars Mean Death, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Iron Horse Stampede, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Deadline for Sheep, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Ghost Mine Gold, Masked Rider Western, 1942

Box

Guts and Guns-for the Lazy C, .44 Western Magazine, 1942

Box

Water Over the Dam, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Outlaws of the Overland, Exciting Western, 1942

Box

Wolf Tracks West, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Lone Star Loot, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Border Eagle's Brand, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

The Wagon Train, Popular Western, 1942

Box

Bonanza Bullion, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

The Golden Spur, West, 1942

Box

Border Buzzard, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Hick Town Hi-Jinks, Ten Detective Aces, 1942

 

Vol. 21: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

Triggers at Timberline, Fifteen Western Tales, 1946

Box

Golconda of Missing Men, Ace-High Western Stories, 1946

Box

Heir to Murder Ranch, .44 Western Magazine, 1946

Box

Timberland Feud-Buster, Ace-High Western Stories, 1946

Box

.22 Trickery in Tombstone, Western Trails, 1946

Box

Border-Hopper's Last Ride, Western Aces, 1946

Box

Once a Texan-, Big-Book Western Magazine, 1946

Box

The Haunted Holster, Masked Rider Western, 1946

Box

The Hermit of Hangtree, Fifteen Western Tales, 1946

Box

Showdown Rides the River, Exciting Western, 1947

Box

Curse of Whiptail Pool, .44 Western Magazine, 1947

Box

Renegades of Robber's Roost, Range Riders Western, 1947

Box

Powdersmoke Prophecy, Western Trails, 1947

Box

The Men Hell Couldn't Hold, .44 Western Magazine, 1947

Box

Hair of the Gun-Dog, Ace-High Western Stories, 1947

Box

Powdersmoke Posse, Range Riders Western, 1947

Box

Silver of Satan, The Rio Kid Western, 1947

Box

The Bushwhack Buddha, West, 1947

Box

Hangtrail Payoff, Fifteen Western Tales, 1947

Box

The Vanishing Vaqueros, Texas Rangers, 1947

Box

Spawn of the Trigger Breed, Speed Western Stories, 1947

Box

When Hell Hit Glory Gulch!, .44 Western Magazine, 1947

 

Vol. 22: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

The Phantom Forty-Niner, Masked Rider Western, 1948

Box

Glory Road, Famous Western, 1948

Box

Six-Gun Shindig, Western Aces, 1948

Box

One Bandit Too Many, Western Trails, 1948

Box

Lion of the Lavabeds, The Rio Kid Western, 1948

Box

Hell Lies Grassroot Deep, Western Aces, 1948

Box

Hangman, Hold that Noose!, Western Trails, 1948

Box

White Squaw of the Cheyennes, frontier Stories, 1948

Box

'Coffin 13 is my Brand', Lariat Story Magazine, 1948

Box

Sixgun Sweepstakes, Popular Western, 1948

Box

Hell Starts at the End-of-Track, .44 Western Magazine, 1948

Box

Bugles on the Bighorn, The Rio Kid Western, 1948

Box

The Herd from Nowhere, Range Riders Western, 1948

Box

Tiger of the Tanbark, Rodeo Romance, 1948

Box

Broken Arrow Ambush, Frontier Stories, 1948

Box

The Tombstone Trail, Texas Rangers, 1948

Box

Treasure in Leather, Masked Rider Western, 1948

Box

Swing the Hangrope High!, Western Trails, 1948

Box

Gold Rush Ranger, West, 1948

Box

The Trail of the Iron Horse, The Rio Kid Western, 1948

 

Vol. 23: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 28
Box

Blizzard Buscadero, Wild West, 1943

Box

Dinero for the Devil, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Dynamite Law for El Dorado, Western, 1942

Box

Ghost of the Border Eagle, Wild West, 1943

Box

Haunted Holster, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Hoodoo Hacienda, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Hot-Lead Homecoming, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Hot-Lead Homestead, Western Adventures, 1943

Box

Longhorn Legacy, Range Riders Western, 1942

Box

Murder Medico, Wild West Weekly, 1943

Box

Murder Mine, Range Riders Western, 1943

Box

Murder on the Telegraph Trail, Exciting Western, 1943

Box

Pistoleer Payoff, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Salt-Water Waddy, Wild West Weekly, 1943

Box

Scout from Fort Flintlock, Popular Western, 1943

Box

Sheriff's Savvy, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Spurs from Boothill, Exciting Western, 1943

Box

Stagecoach to Boothill, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

Substitute Sheriff, Wild West Weekly, 1942

Box

The Comanche Caravan, Popular Western, 1943

Box

The Flaming Phantom, Wild West, 1943

Box

The Haunted Caravan, Exciting Western, 1943

Box

Time to Kill, 10-Story Detective Magazine, 1943

Box

Town-Tamer, Gun-Wizard-Green Kid, Best Western Novels, 1944

Box

Trigger Twins, Wild West, 1943

 

Vol. 24: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 29
Box

A Texas Grave to Fill!, Popular Western, 1948

Box

Colt-Fever Quarantine, Ace-High Western Stories, 1947

Box

Free Grass Means Wear Fast Guns, Two-Gun Western Novels Magazine, 1947

Box

Getaway Trio, Speed Western Stories, 1948

Box

Hangman's Harvest, West, 1947

Box

Here's Mud in Yore Eye, Zane Grey's Western Magazine, 1947

Box

High-Water Doom for Lodeville, Thrilling Western, 1947

Box

Monkey See, Monkey Do, Zane Grey's Western Magazine, 1947

Box

Object Matri-Money, Zane Grey's Western Magazine, 1947

Box

Stage Run to Purgatory, Western Aces, 1947

Box

That Paintin' Pistoleer, Zane Grey's Western Magazine, 1947

Box

The Denver Dude, Thrilling Western, 1947

Box

The Kiowa Killer, Texas Rangers, 1947

Box

The Marshal of Goldfork, Exciting Western, 1947

Box

The Paleface Dies at Sundown, Frontier Stories, 1948

Box

The Plains Scout, Thrilling Ranch Stories, 1947

Box

The Wheat War, Range Riders Western, 1947

Box

Tomahawk Trail Race, Masked Rider Western, 1947

Box

Trail of the Renegade Gun, Action Stories, 1947

Box

Trigger Tally, Lariat Story Magazine, 1947

Box

We Need Shootin' Law!, .44 Western Magazine, 1947

Box

When It's Hangnoose Time in Redrock, Ace-High Western Stories, 1947

Box

Winchester Law for Nesters, Thrilling Western, 1948

Box

Your Back is My Target, Ace-High Western Stories, 1947

 

Vol. 25: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 29
Box

Apache Plunder, Masked Rider Western, 1949

Box

Buckskin Bandits, The Rio Kid Western, 1949

Box

Den of the Devil Riders, Range Riders Western, 1948

Box

Flaming Canyon, 2 Western Books, 1949

Box

Ghost of El Dorado, The Rio Kid Western, 1949

Box

Hangman's Deadline! .44 Western Magazine, 1949

Box

Hot Lead Hoodoo, Western Novels and Short Stories, 1949

Box

Last Stand of a Law Dog, Action Stories, 1948

Box

Notched Guns Wait North of Dodge!, Western Novels and Short Stories, 1949

Box

Raiders of the Wreckage, The Rio Kid Western, 1948

Box

Smoky Deputy, . 44 Western Magazine, 1949

Box

The Ghost in Golden Armor, Texas Ranger, 1949

Box

The Iron Horse Buckaroo, Popular Western, 1949

Box

The Yellowstone Empire The Rio Kid Western, 1949

Box

Trail of the Shoshones, Masked Rider Western, 1949

Box

War in Gunsmoke Gap, Masked Rider Western, 1949

Box

Wyoming Renegade Rampage, Range Riders Western, 1949

Box

Yuma Branded, Ace-High Western Stories, 1948

 

Vol. 26: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 29
Box

.30-30 Crusade, Western Novels and Short Stories, 1951

Box

A Wedding in Wagonspoke, Golden West Romances, 1950

Box

Devils of Deadwood, Rio Kid Western, 1950

Box

Gun Boss of Rawhide Valley , Range Riders Western, 1950

Box

Hoodoo Stage From Pioche, Mammoth Western, 1950

Box

Massacre Mesa, Range Riders Western, 1950

Box

Pay-Gun From Abilene, 2 Western-Action Books, 1952

Box

Pirates of Panamint, The Rio Kid Western, 1953

Box

Rebel-Branded! Ace High Western Stories, 1950

Box

Satan's Saddlemate , Fifteen Western Tales, 1950

Box

Snake River Renegades, Masked Rider Western, 1952

Box

The Lobo Legion, Texas Rangers, 1950

Box

The Outlaw Sheriff, Masked Rider Western, 1950

Box

The Roughrider and the Lady, Thrilling Ranch Stories, 1950

Box

Timber Guns, Popular Western, 1950

Box

Tin-Star Target, Texas Rangers, 1951

Box

Two From Texas, Three Western Novels Magazine, 1950

 

Vol. 27: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 29
Box

Longhorns North, Ranch Romances, 1951

Box

San Saba Showdown, Range Riders Western, 1950

Box

Honkytonk Brand, Two Action Western Books, 1951

Box

Beef Across the Border, Range Riders Western, 1951

Box

My Love Rode West, Ranch Romances, 1951

Box

Gun Hand From Mustang Mesa, Two Western Books, 1951

Box

Pay-Off at Dodge, Lariat Story Magazine, (?)

Box

Brush Country Bullion, Texas Rangers, 1951

Box

Land Pirates of Wagon Gap, Masked Rider Western, 1951

Box

Fork of the Trail, Ranch Romances, 1951

Box

Lost River Loot, Texas Rangers, 1951

Box

Smugglers' Ranch, Range Riders Western, 1951

Box

The Gold Run, Thrilling Ranch Stories, 1951

Box

Deadline West of Dodge, The Rio Kid Western, 1951

Box

Deadline for Sheep, Masked Rider Western, 1951

 

Vol. 28: Western Stories

Physical Description: Box 29
Box

Duel on Diablo Peak, Ranch Romances, 1952

Box

War on Walking M, Range Riders Western, 1952

Box

The Plains Scout, 5 Western Novels Magazine, 1952

Box

The Telegraph Trail, Masked Rider Western, 1952

Box

Dinero of Doom, Texas Rangers, 1952

Box

Panhandle Freight Texas Rangers, 1952

Box

Dead Man's Boots, Texas Rangers, 1952

Box

Brand For a Maverick, Exciting Western, 1952

Box

Frame-Up in Skunk Holler, Exciting Western, 1952

Box

Bullets for Sam Bass, The Rio Kid Western, 1952

Box

Wild Blood Calling, Ranch Romances, 1952

Box

Night Stage to Piute, Max Brand's Western, 1952

Box

Guns for Geronimo, Masked Rider Western, 1952

Box

Burning Rock Range, Range Riders Western, 1952

Box

The Denver Dude, 5 Western Novels Magazine, 1952

Box

Fast-Gun Foreclosure, Best Western, 1952

Box

Canyon Blockade, Ranch Romances, 1952

Box

Saddle Gun, Thrilling Western, 1952

Box

Ranger's Ransom, Texas Rangers, 1952

Box

A Texas Grave to Fill, 5 Western Novels Magazine, 1952

Box

'River Journey West," Ranch Romances, 1952

Box

Prisoners at Skyline, Ranch Romances, 1952

Box

Gunsmoke Girl, Ranch Romances, 1952

 

Series 6.  Historical Materials ca. 1849-1958

Physical Description: Box 14; Oversize Boxes 23-24

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence, documents, and printed materials acquired by Tompkins from various individuals over the years.
Box 14: 1

Campbell Horticultural Co. Flower Shop -- Card, n.d.

Box 14: 2

Cook, Mortimer -- Bank Book/Diary and 1 note (ANS), ca. 1875

Box 14: 3

Correspondence -- 1 letter (copy of ALS) from [?] to Lilla, Santa Barbara, Aug. 26, 1889

Box 14: 4

Crowther, John -- 4 letters (ALS) to Ruth Crowther, 1849 - 1851

Box 14: 5

Gliebe, Francis de -- "The Planting of the Cross: A Sketch." Santa Barbara, 1913

Box 14: 6

Harrison, Edward -- 2 letters (ALS) to Jeannie [?], 1862

Box 14: 7

Harrison, Effie -- "Little Mr. Maden" (holographic manuscript), Dec., 1900

Box 14: 8

Head, Franklin -- "A Notable Law Suit" (copy of typescript), July 30, 1954

Box 14: 9

Higgins, S. E. A. -- "La Casa de Aguirre of Santa Barbara, 1841-1884" (printed pamphlet)

Box 14: 10

Holt Ranch Brochure, [1935?]

Box 14: 11

Jackson, Fred D. -- "My Town" (printed pamphlet, published by Santa Barbara Rotary Club), May 8, 1931

Box 14: 12

Kimberly, Jane A. M. -- Collection of correspondence, photographs and clippings (see related material in Oversize), ca. 1860s - 1900s

Box 14: 13

Major, Robert -- "A Frontier Holdup" (holographic manuscript), n.d.

Box 14: 14

Mentor: Famous English Poets, No. 44, 1913

Box 14: 15

Merchants Credit Association of Santa Barbara -- Capital Stock Certificates, 1916

Box 14: 16

Minto, John -- Untitled Story re Cullaby, n.d.

Box 14: 17

Ocean Terrace Marker, May 14, 1896

Box 14: 18

Old Spanish Days Fiesta -- Program, 1928

Box 14: 19

Opera - "Natoma" (photocopy; set in Santa Barbara and environs), Feb. 23, 1911

Box 14: 20

Overman, E. C. -- "Santa Barbara" (printed pamphlet), 1911

Box 14: 21

Pacific Seaboard Air Lines -- Schedule, n.d.

Box 14: 22

Poem (author and title unknown), 1911

Box 14: 23

Quotations (notebook of quotations and poems by various individuals), Jan., 1894

Box 14: 24

Santa Barbara High School -- Olive and Gold, Commencement Issue, 1911

Box 14: 25

Santa Barbara Postmasters (list), n.d.

Box 14: 26

Santa Barbara's Street Names (printed pamphlet), n.d.

Box 14: 27

Schools of Goleta and Montecito -- Journal, No. 1, Aug. 10, 1889

Box 14: 28

Sexton House -- Business Card, n.d.

Box 14: 29

Souvenir of Naples (printed brochure), 1887

Box 14: 30

Table of Temperatures at Santa Barbara, California, From April 1,1876 to March 31, 1877, 1876 - 1877

Box 14: 31

Traders and Keepers of Livery Stables License (printed form), ca. 1872

Box 14: 32

United States Defense Savings Bonds Booklet, ca. 1941

Box 14: 33

Ventura County (printed brochure re Mission San Buenaventura and Ventura County Historical Society Quarterly, August 1958 issue)

Box 14: 34

Wedding Invitation, 1886

Box 14: 35

Wilkinson, Marguerite -- "By a Western Wayside" (printed pamphlet), 1912

Box 14: 36

Miscellany (various unidentified and non-Santa Barbara related items)

Box 23: 1

[Oversize] Kimberly, Jane -- Scrapbook (mainly local newspaper clippings), ca. 1940s-1950s

Box 24: 1

[Oversize] Notes on the Ranchos of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties (copy from the San Diego Serra Museum), ca. 1940s

Box 24: 2

[Oversize] Old Spanish Days Program, 1926

Box 24: 3

[Oversize] Transcript of Proceedings, "La Goleta" land grant case, Daniel Hill Claimant (copy), 1854

 

Series 7.  Artifacts

Physical Description: Box 15

Scope and Content Note

Includes printing blocks and plates.
Box 15: 1

Aviation

Box 15: 2

Boats

Box 15: 3

Fiesta (Barnum typeface)

Box 15: 4

Sansum Clinic

Box 15: 5

Santa Barbara Mission

Box 15: 6

Schools

Box 15: 7

Western Union

 

Series 8.  Photographs/Illustrations

Scope and Content Note

Mainly b/w prints.
 

Subseries 1.  Albums

Scope and Content Note

Mainly b/w prints.
Box 16: 1

Dearborn, Rose Sexton, ca. 1899

Box 16: 2

Engravings (of national figures), ca. 1881

Box 16: 3

[San Francisco?], n.d.

Box 16: 4

Tompkins, Walker, 1960-1986

 

Subseries 2.  Subject Files

Scope and Content Note

B/w prints, mainly undated.
Box 17: 1

Adobes (37 items)

Box 17: 2

Arlington Theatre (2 items)

Box 17: 3

Armory (1 item)

Box 17: 4

Aviation (6 items)

Box 17: 5

Banks (4 items)

Box 17: 6

Beach and Harbor (55 items)

Box 17: 7

Botanic Gardens (2 items)

Box 17: 8

Business and Agriculture (18 items)

Box 17: 9

Cachuma (1 item)

Box 17: 10

California Missions

Box 17: 11

Carpinteria (1 item)

Box 17: 12

Cottage Hospital (3 items)

Box 17: 13

Courthouse and City Hall (8 items)

Box 18: 1 - 5

Earthquake (148 items)

Box 18: 6 - 8

Fiesta/Festivals/Parades (48 items)

Box 18: 9

Floats (9 items)

Box 18: 10

Fremont Oak (3 items)

Box 18: 11

Gaviota Area (1 item)

Box 18: 12

Goleta (19 items)

Box 18: 13

Grapevine (see also Carpinteria) (9 items)

Box 18: 14

Historical Society (8 items)

Box 18: 15

Hope Ranch (5 items)

Box 18: 16

Hotels - Historical (46 items)

Box 18: 17

Islands (9 items)

Box 18: 18

La Cumbre Peak (4 items)

Box 19: 1

Lobero Theatre (1 item)

Box 19: 2

Lompoc (7 items)

Box 19: 3

Los Olivos (9 items)

Box 19: 4 - 5

Mesa (16 items)

Box 19: 6

Mission Canyon (6 items)

Box 19: 7

Montecito (21 items)

Box 19: 8

Museum of Natural History (7 items)

Box 19: 9

Naples/Dos Pueblos/Elwood (12 items)

Box 19: 10

Oil Platforms (1 item)

Box 19: 11

Old Mission (64 items)

Box 19: 12

Painted Cave (4 items)

Box 19: 13

Parks (8 items)

Box 19: 14 - 16

Pioneers (165 items)

Box 20: 1

Railroads (22 items)

Box 20: 2

Residences and Ranchos -- Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties (28 items)

Box 20: 3

Riviera (3 items)

Box 20: 4

San Marcos Pass (18 items)

Box 20: 5

Santa Barbara - Early (37 items)

Box 20: 6

Santa Barbara - Modern (27 items)

Box 20: 7

Santa Barbara -- Early Aerial (4 items)

Box 20: 8

Santa Barbara -- Modern Aerial (9 items)

Box 20: 9

Santa Maria (1 item)

Box 20: 10 - 11

Santa Ynez/Solvang (27 items)

Box 20: 12

Schools (19 items)

Box 20: 13

Sheriffs -- Santa Barbara County (12 items)

Box 21: 1

Stagecoaching (25 items)

Box 21: 2

Stone Cutting (9 items)

Box 21: 3

Streetcars (4 items)

Box 21: 4

Summerland (10 items)

Box 21: 5

Tecolote Ranch (3 items)

Box 21: 6

UCSB (4 items)

Box 21: 7 - 8

UCSB -- Marines, 1944 (84 items)

Box 21: 9

Utilities/Streetwork (3 items)

Box 21: 10

Vandenberg (3 items)

Box 21: 11

Miscellany (not Santa Barbara area) (19 items)

 

Subseries 3.  Oversize Photograph

Physical Description: Boxed
Box 26: 1

Flying A Studio, ca. 1910s (1 item)

 

Subseries 4.  Oversize Photographs - Panoramas

Physical Description: Map Cabinet
Box 20: 8

Santa Barbara Girls School, n.d. (1 item)

Box 20: 8

Santa Barbara National Guard, in old Flying A Studio, 1936 (1 item)

Box 20: 8

Santa Barbara Union High School, 1935 (1 item)

 

Series 9.  Photographs - Negatives

Scope and Content Note

Removed from print files and other parts of collection, mainly undated.
 

Subseries 1.  Subject Files

Scope and Content Note

Removed from print files and other parts of collection, mainly undated.
Box 22: 1

Adobes ( 2 items)

Box 22: 2

Beach and Harbor, 1937 (3 items)

Box 22: 3

By a Western Wayside (1 item)

Box 22: 4

Cachuma (1 item)

Box 22: 5 - 6

Earthquake, 1925 (38 items)

Box 22: 7

Floats (Fiesta) (3 items)

Box 22: 8

Goleta (1 item)

Box 22: 9

Hope Ranch (4 items)

Box 22: 10

Lompoc (1 item)

Box 22: 11

Los Olivos (16 items)

Box 22: 12

Mesa (2 items)

Box 22: 13

Mission Canyon - Bridge (1 item)

Box 22: 14

Naples/Dos Pueblos/Elwood (19 items)

Box 22: 15

Old Mission (4 items)

Box 22: 16

Pioneers (7 items)

Box 22: 17

Railroads (1 item)

Box 22: 18

Santa Barbara - Early (11 items)

Box 22: 19

Schools (4 items)

Box 22: 20

UCSB (1 item)

 

Subseries 2.  Negative Album

Scope and Content Note

With the names Nels Brown and Bennie B. Seim written/stamped on the album.
Box 22: 21

Negative Album (with the names Nels Brown and Bennie B. Seim written/stamped on the album), n.d. (247 items)

 

Series 10.  Maps

 

Subseries 1.  Oversize - Boxed

Box 25

California - Official Highway Map, California State Automobile Association, n.d.

Box 25

Marked Historical Sites of California, Automobile Club of Southern California, 1952

Box 25

Miscellany (includes some hand drawn maps and others apparently used in various Tompkins publications)

Box 25

Montecito, California - H. G. Chase, [1924]

Box 25

Naples, California - Naples Improvement Co., n.d.

Box 25

Naples, California - Stevens & Morgan, ca. 1887

Box 25

Presidio [Santa Barbara], n.d.

Box 25

Santa Barbara - Bekins Van & Storage Co., [1934]

Box 25

Santa Barbara - Bird's Eye View (copy), 1898

Box 25

Santa Barbara (copy), 1930

Box 25

Santa Barbara County - Assessor's Maps (copies), n.d.

Box 25

Santa Barbara County Land Grants, compiled by Walker A. Tompkins, 1959

Box 25

Santa Barbara, 1897

Box 25

Santa Barbara, including Hope Ranch - County National Bank and Trust Company, 1952

Box 25

Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Carpinteria, Guadalupe, Lompoc and Motor Map of Santa Barbara County, Security-First National Bank, n.d.

Box 25

Southern California Edison Company - Pictorial Map and History, ca. 1963

Box 25

West Beach Road - file, with reports, correspondence, plans, drawings, ca. 1943

 

Subseries 2.  Oversize - Map Cabinet

Scope and Content Note

Pencil and ink on paper, some printed items, and some copies, including the following areas [some not listed or identified].
Box 20: 8

Alamo Pintado Area

Box 20: 8

Buellton

Box 20: 8

Dos Pueblos, Assessor's Maps

Box 20: 8

Goleta

Box 20: 8

Hope School District

Box 20: 8

La Laguna - Tinaquaic

Box 20: 8

La Patera

Box 20: 8

Las Cruces

Box 20: 8

Las Cruces Rancho, Tract J

Box 20: 8

Las Fuentes Rancho

Box 20: 8

Los Olivos

Box 20: 8

Nojoqui

Box 20: 8

Oakley and Bonetti Tract, La Goleta, 1935

Box 20: 8

Rancho de la Vega, 1892

Box 20: 8

Rancho La Purisima

Box 20: 8

Rancho Miramar Viejo (J. R. Fithian), 1920

Box 20: 8

Refugio, Assessor's Map

Box 20: 8

Rincon, No. 3, 1930

Box 20: 8

San Carlos de Jonata, Assessors Maps

Box 20: 8

San Julian

Box 20: 8

San Marcos Pass Ranch

Box 20: 8

Santa Barbara County

Box 20: 8

Santa Rita

Box 20: 8

Santa Rosa

Box 20: 8

Santa Rosa - Santa Rita

Box 20: 8

Tajiguas Rancho (H. Clifford More Property), 1923

Box 20: 8

Tarragona, part of La Goleta Rancho, surveyed by W. H. Woodbridge, 1888

Box 20: 8

Tecolote

Box 20: 8

Tequepis Ranch, Assessor's Map, 1944

 

Series 11.  Miscellany

 

Subseries 1.  Oversize - Boxed

Box 26: 2

Poster - League of Women Voters, "Your vote makes a difference"

Box 26: 3

Santa Barbara News Press - pages with advertisements and articles about Tompkins life and his writings

Box 26: 3

Bird's Eye View of Santa Barbara

 

Subseries 2.  Oversize - Map Cabinet

Box 20: 8

Broadside - Santa Barbara History Makers, by Walker A. Tompkins (McNally and Loftin, 1983)

 

Series 12.  Audiotapes

 

Subseries 1.  Santa Barbara Yesterdays

 

A3080/R7

 

1 Subdivision of Hope Ranch, 4/19/68

 

Arson Mystery, 10/14/68

 

Historic Forest Fire, 4/15/68

 

Padre Ripoll, 10/16/68

 

Spanish Women's Fashions, 4/17/68

 

Arson Mystery, October 14, 1968

 

Padre Ripoll, October 16, 1968

 

Historic Forest Fire, April 15, 1968

 

Spanish Women's Fashions, April 17, 1968

 

1 Subdivision of Hope Ranch, April 19, 1968

 

A3081/R7

 

Alexis Godey of Cuyama, 6/28/68

 

Betteravia Ghost Town, 3/25/68

 

Bothin Estate - Montecito, 3/27/68

 

Dover Adobe, 3/29/68

 

F. E. Kellogg Landmark, 6/24/68

 

Ventura Co., 6/26/68

 

Betteravia Ghost Town, March 25, 1968

 

Bothin Estate - Montecito, March 27, 1968

 

Dover Adobe, March 29, 1968

 

F. E. Kellogg Landmark, June 24, 1968

 

Ventura Co., June 26, 1968

 

Alexis Godey of Cuyama, June 28, 1968

 

A3082/R7

 

Biltmore Hotel History, 9/20/68

 

Goleta Meat Wagon, 9/18/68

 

Indian Orchard History, 9/23/68

 

Montecito's Hosmer Adobe, 6/7/68

 

Montecito's Hosmer Adobe, June 7, 1968

 

Goleta Meat Wagon, September 18, 1968

 

Biltmore Hotel History, September 20, 1968

 

Indian Orchard History, September 23, 1968

 

A3083/R7

 

Jesuit-Franciscan History, 8/23/68

 

Mescalitan Isle, 8/19/68

 

Winfield Scott Wreck, 8/21/68

 

Mescalitan Isle, August 19, 1968

 

Winfield Scott Wreck, August 21, 1968

 

Jesuit-Franciscan History, August 23, 1968

 

A3085/R7

 

Bailard Family Centennial; Bandit Jack Powers, 8/26-30/68

 

History of Stern's Wharf, 9/16/68

 

Judge Robert B. Canfield, 9/13/68

 

Kate Bell's Cactus Patch, 9/11/68

 

Bailard Family Centennial; Bandit Jack Powers, August 26-August 30, 1968

 

Kate Bell's Cactus Patch, September 11, 1968

 

Judge Robert B. Canfield, September 13, 1968

 

History of Stern's Wharf, September 16, 1968

 

A3086/R7

 

Early Day Elections in Santa Barbara, 6/3/68

 

Fremont's Sea Invasion, 6/5/68

 

Gypsy Camps in Santa Barbara, 10/2/68

 

Presidential Visits, 9/30/68

 

White Hills of Lompoc, 10/4/68

 

Gypsy Camps in Santa Barbara, October 2, 1968

 

White Hills of Lompoc, October 4, 1968

 

Early Day Elections in Santa Barbara, June 3, 1968

 

Fremont's Sea Invasion, June 5, 1968

 

Presidential Visits, September 30, 1968

 

A3087/R7

 

Carrillo Adobe History, 10/21/68

 

Lincoln House, 10/18/68

 

Santa Rosa Island, 10/25/68

 

Ysabell Larkin Story, 10/23/68

 

Lincoln House, October 18, 1968

 

Carrillo Adobe History, October 21, 1968

 

Ysabell Larkin Story, October 23, 1968

 

Santa Rosa Island, October 25, 1968

 

A3088/R7

 

Lending Libraries Ending, 2/7/69

 

Ogan Family, Carpinteria, 1/6/69

 

Refugio Bay Smugglers, 1/3/69

 

Santa Ines Spellings, 2/5/69

 

Story of "Caesar's Alley", 2/10/69

 

Ventura County Formed, 1/1/69

 

Ventura County Formed, January 1, 1969

 

Refugio Bay Smugglers, January 3, 1969

 

Ogan Family, Carpinteria, January 6, 1969

 

Story of "Caesar's Alley", February 10, 1969

 

Santa Ines Spellings, February 5, 1969

 

Lending Libraries Ending, February 7, 1969

 

A3089/R7

 

Colonel Hollister's Animals, 2/21/69

 

Colonel Otis Landmark House, 2/8/69

 

Daily Life in 1867, 2/24/69

 

Los Alamos Quake, 3/3/69

 

Painted Cave, 3/6/69

 

Rainfall for 100 Years, 3/5/69

 

Santa Barbara's Early Nickelodeons, 3/4/69

 

Santa Barbara's First Woman Doctor, 3/7/69

 

Colonel Hollister's Animals, February 21, 1969

 

Daily Life in 1867, February 24, 1969

 

Colonel Otis Landmark House, February 8, 1969

 

Los Alamos Quake, March 3, 1969

 

Santa Barbara's Early Nickelodeons, March 4, 1969

 

Rainfall for 100 Years, March 5, 1969

 

Painted Cave, March 6, 1969

 

Santa Barbara's First Woman Doctor, March 7, 1969

 

A3090/R7

 

April Fool Streetcar Stories, 4/1/69

 

Diblee Mansion, 4/3/69

 

Early Hotel Rates in Santa Barbara, 4/2/69

 

Easter Tragedy of 1904, Streetcar #16, 4/7/69

 

Hope Ranch Annex, 2/14/69

 

Oil Slick of 1769, 2/12/69

 

The Great Squirrel Invasion, 2/17/69

 

Tour to Ballard, 4/4/69

 

Oil Slick of 1769, February 12, 1969

 

Hope Ranch Annex, February 14, 1969

 

The Great Squirrel Invasion, February 17, 1969

 

April Fool Streetcar Stories, April 1, 1969

 

Early Hotel Rates in Santa Barbara, April 2, 1969

 

Diblee Mansion, April 3, 1969

 

Tour to Ballard, April 4, 1969

 

Easter Tragedy of 1904, Streetcar #16, April 7, 1969

 

A3091/R7

 

July 22-July 28, 1969

 

502 - Robbins St. History

 

503 - Santa Barbara Lighthouse

 

504 - Hartnell Wedding

 

505 - Cold Spring Tavern

 

506 - Buried Treasure

 

August 5-August 9, 1968

 

 

310 - Closing of R.R. Gap

 

311 - First Fiesta Pequena

 

312 - Events of 1769

 

A3092/R7

 

October 14-October 20, 1969

 

562 - Santa Barbara's First Telegraph

 

563 - The Picnic Oak

 

564 - Bootlegger's Trickery

 

565 - Moves of the "Historic Adobe"

 

566 - The "Santa Barbaran" Magazine

 

March 3-March 9, 1970

 

662 - Isla Vista's Past

 

663 - Robbins Legend

 

664 - Anapamu St.

 

665 - Solar Eclipse, 1923

 

666 - Infantry Camp

 

A3093/R7

 

December 13-December 14, 1969

 

627 - Charles Lindbergh's Visit

 

628 - Painted Cave Sign

 

December 16-December 22, 1969

 

607 - Gertrude Atherton in Santa Barbara

 

608 - King Albert's Santa Barbara Visit

 

609 - Chinese Laundry Era

 

610 - The Great Fire of 1889

 

611 - The County Tour of 1914

 

A3094/R7

 

January 20-January 27, 1970

 

632 - Butterfly Trees

 

633 - Potter Hotel Cottage

 

634 - Sisquoc Asphalt Mine

 

635 - Volcano at Santa Barbara

 

636 - Indian Nomenclature

 

August 26-September 1, 1969

 

527 - Chautauqua Shows

 

528 - First Outdoor Movies

 

529 - Fremont Older Rescue

 

530 - Ovington Airport Dedication

 

A3095/R7

 

April 21-April 27, 1970

 

697 - Colonel Hollister, Part 2

 

698 - Colonel Hollister, Part 3

 

699 - Colonel Hollister, Part 4

 

700 - Colonel Hollister, Part 5

 

701 - County's Gold Rushes

 

April 28-May 4, 1970

 

703 - Harry Langman Ranch

 

704 - Colonel Hollister's Gate

 

705 - Deer and Nail Story

 

706 - Museum of Natural History

 

A3096/R7

 

May 11-May 18, 1969

 

712 - Davey Brown, Mountaineer

 

713 - Walora Ranch

 

714 - Massini Adobe Murder

 

715 - Seasick Punishment

 

716 - Lottie Steffens Hollister

 

May 26-June 1, 1969

 

722 - Corliss Murder

 

723 - Nelly Allyla, 100th Birthday

 

724 - Pueblo Lands of Santa Barbara

 

725 - Census of 1735

 

S. P. Roundhouse

 

A3097/R7

 

June 16-June 22, 1970

 

737 - First Lemon Ranch

 

738 - East Beach Story

 

739 - First Negro in Santa Barbara

 

740 - Presidio Boys Trick

 

741 - Last Stagecoach Station

 

June 9-June 15, 1970

 

732 - Altar Candles at the Mission

 

733 - Campbell Ranch Auction

 

734 - Santa Barbara Botanic Gardens

 

735 - Covarrubias Family

 

736 - Drought of 1864

 

A3098/R7

 

June 23-June 29, 1970

 

738 - Magaret Baylor Story

 

742 - Santa Barbara's First Negro, Martha Formey

 

744 - The Lockeed Brothers

 

745 - Murder of Tom Meehan

 

746 - Anniversary of 1925 Earthquake

 

June 30-July 1, 1970

 

747 - The Great Vaccinator

 

748 - First United States Mail in Santa Barbara

 

A3099/R7

 

Santa Barbara Flood of 1914 (387), January 29, 1969

 

Mrs. Robert Bliss (388), January 31, 1969

 

Milo Potter's Hotel (389), February 3, 1969

 

KKK in Santa Barbara (707), May 5, 1970

 

Stowe Ranch History (708), May 6, 1970

 

The Ketcham Ranch (709), May 7, 1970

 

Year of the Tango (710), May 8, 1970

 

First United States Mail in Santa Barbara, continued (748), July 1, 1970

 

Potter Theatre (749), July 2, 1970

 

Fairview Ranch Story (750), July 3, 1970

 

John Williams Train Ride (751), July 6, 1970

 

A3100/R7

 

July 7-July 13, 1970

 

752 - George Williams Ranch

 

753 - Santa Barbara's Last Bull Fight

 

754 - Slavery in Goleta

 

755 - Greatest Manhunt, Santa Barbara

 

756 - First Traffic Fatality, Santa Barbara

 

July 14-July 20, 1970

 

757 - Los Olivos Country Store

 

758 - Mirasol Hotel Sale

 

A3101/R7

 

July 16-July 20, 1970

 

759 - Protestant Church History

 

760 - Missing Mission Bells

 

761 - Bennett Sisters Debut

 

July 21-July 24, 1970

 

7620 - Montecito Estates

 

763 - Last Stage Driver

 

764 - Treasure Near Zaca Lake

 

765 - Mystery Brick Tunnel

 

A3103/R7

 

August 11-August 17, 1970

 

777 - Oil Well Fire of 1942, Sam Masher's Ranch

 

778 - Betteravia Burned Down

 

779 - De La Guerra's "Servant"-Fiesta

 

780 - Sloyd School

 

August 6-August 10, 1970

 

774 - Wild Horse Roundups

 

775 - Great White Fleet Visit

 

776 - Don Carlos Carrillo

 

A3104/R7

 

October 27-November 2, 1970

 

832 - Comandacia California's Capitol

 

833 - Old Maud Oil Well

 

834 - Hosmer Adobe

 

835 - Goleta's First Ten Houses

 

836 - Montecito's Country Theatre

 

August 18-August 24, 1970

 

782 - First Telephone

 

783 - Glendessary Mansion

 

784 - Railroad Celebration 1887

 

785 - Mrs. Stuyvescant's [sic] Train, 1901

 

786 - Otter Hunters 1790's

 

A3105/R7

 

June 2-June 8, 1970

 

727 - Concepcion Arguello Romance

 

728 - California's Betsy Ross

 

729 - Tragedy of the Queen Ship

 

730 - Beginnings of the Biltmore

 

731 - How Cabrillo Died

 

August 25-August 31, 1970

 

787 - Slippery Rock

 

788 - State and Anapamu Streets

 

789 - Lost Dillon Lane and Cemetery

 

790 - Veronica Springs

 

791 - First Photograph in Santa Barbara

 

A3106/R7

 

[Contents not listed], October 19, 1970

 

A3107/R7

 

October 20-October 26, 1970

 

827 - Bates Carriage Shop

 

829 - Lewis T. Burton, First Yankee Mayor

 

830 - Santa Barbara Hippies of 1850's

 

831 - Santa Barbara's First Circus (Las Maromas)

 

November 3-November 16, 1970

 

837 - Past Election Days

 

838 - Santa Barbara's Town Mascot

 

839 - Walnut Association Quits

 

840 - Surveyor "Rattlesnake Pete"

 

841 - Jog in De La Guerra Street

 

A3109/R7

 

November 24-November 30, 1970

 

852 - Santa Barbara's Ostrich Farm

 

853 - Arlington Stables

 

854 - Santa Barbara's First Thanksgiving Day

 

855 - Hawley's Buildings

 

856 - High School Cornerstone

 

December 2-December 7, 1970

 

857 - Mesa Oil Finale

 

858 - Captain Low

 

859 - Garner's Marooning

 

860 - Judge Lillard Story

 

861 - Naming of Los Olivos Street

 

A3110/R7

 

December 16-December 21, 1970

 

867 - Prize Drawing and Haley Survey

 

868 - Santa Barbara in 1945

 

869 - Ellwood Oil Discovery

 

870 - Santa Barbara Guards, 1883

 

871 - Earthquake of 1812

 

December 8-December 15, 1970

 

862 - Who Was Ortega?

 

863 - First Brick Building

 

864 - Elwood Cooper

 

865 - Child's Estate

 

866 - Santa Barbara's Banana Grove

 

A3111/R7

 

December 22-December 28, 1970

 

872 - Carpinteria Tarpits

 

873 - Paradise Camp Homes

 

874 - Whale Migration

 

875 - Past Christmases in Santa Barbara

 

876 - Santa Ynez Turnpike Road

 

December 29, 1970-January 4, 1971

 

877 - Closing Railroad Gap

 

878 - Christmas Jacob's Ladder

 

879 - History and the Stars, 1779

 

880 - New Years' 1870 in Santa Barbara

 

881 - Arlington Hotel Fire

 

A3112/R7

 

January 12-January 19, 1971

 

887 - Miscellaneous Items

 

888 - Lower West Side

 

889 - Sou'easter of 1918

 

890 - Cat Show of 1909

 

891 - Jesuit vs. Franciscans

 

January 5-January 11, 1971

 

882 - Hollister and the Chinese

 

883 - Santa Barbara's First Public School

 

884 - Tilting in Santa Barbara

 

885 - Woman's Club History

 

886 - Wreck of the Winfield Scott

 

A3113/R7

 

January 19-January 25, 1971

 

892 - Name of Goleta

 

893 - Jack Powers Alibis

 

894 - Los Alamos General Store

 

895 - Littlest Church in Santa Barbara

 

896 - Gibralter Dam History

 

January 26-February 1, 1971

 

897 - Bronco Billy's Funeral

 

898 - Mission Sacred Garden

 

899 - Oil Spill Anniversary

 

900 - Grizzly Bear Stories

 

901 - San Marcos Pass Robbery

 

A3114/R7

 

February 2-February 8, 1971

 

902 - Skeletons in Armor

 

903 - Kate Bell Cactus Patch

 

904 - Life of Augustin Janssens

 

905 - Happy Canyon's Name

 

906 - Judge Canfield's Story

 

February 9-February 15, 1971

 

907 - Naples' Street Names

 

908 - Meat Wagon and Prices

 

909 - Road Map Book, 1914

 

910 - Abe Lincoln in Santa Barbara City

 

911 - Peddler Problem of the 90's

 

A3115/R7

 

March 2-March 8, 1971

 

922 - McLanes' Journal

 

923 - Tornado of 1878

 

924 - First Auto in Santa Barbara

 

925 - Sexton Arboretum

 

926 - Gin Chow, Prophet

 

March 9-March 15, 1971

 

927 - Lucky Locomotive

 

928 - Aguirre's Pillars

 

929 - Fairview Ranch House

 

930 - Visit to Olivos Adobe

 

931 - Horses in Santa Barbara History

 

A3116/R7

 

March 16-March 22, 1971

 

932 - Mountain Peak Names

 

933 - Ramona Author

 

934 - The APS Story

 

935 - Carpinteria Church

 

936 - Norton Murder Mystery

 

March 23-March 29, 1971

 

937 - Flying A's Start in Santa Barbara

 

938 - Voluntario Street Origin

 

939 - Courthouse History

 

940 - Recent Presidio Excavations

 

941 - Santa Barbara's Second Airport

 

A3117/R7

 

March 30-April 5, 1971

 

942 - House Fire on Sola Street

 

943 - Railroad Anniversary

 

944 - April Fool Program

 

945 - Olivos Adobe

 

946 - Baseball in 1847

 

April 6-April 12, 1971

 

947 - The Last Canalino

 

948 - Santa Barbara's Post Office

 

949 - Rancho La Vega

 

950 - Easter Tragedy of 1904

 

951 - Goleta Gas Storage

 

A3118/R7

 

April 13-April 19, 1971

 

952 - Death of Mrs. Lujan

 

953 - San Marcos Trout Club

 

954 - Hattie Brinkeroff

 

955 - Weekend Flower Tour

 

956 - Books Off "Yankee Blade," 1854

 

May 4-May 10, 1971

 

967 - Ortega Park History

 

968 - Mexico Owns Islands?

 

969 - The Honeymoon Cottage

 

970 - Zenith Flying School

 

971 - Lady Broome's Feud

 

A3119/R7

 

May 11-May 17, 1971

 

972 - Missions Masons

 

973 - Congregational Church

 

974 - Name Derivations

 

975 - Highway Bypass in Los Olivos

 

976 - Cota Sycamores

 

May 18-May 24, 1971

 

977 - Joaquin Murrieta Legend

 

978 - Suez Crossing

 

979 - Dr. Winchester

 

980 - Auction of Arlington Hotel

 

981 - Mission Dam

 

A3120/R7

 

May 25-May 31, 1971

 

982 - Mussell Fort

 

983 - Alexis Godey Murders

 

984 - Number 1 State Street

 

985 - Orella Adobe

 

986 - Colonel Hollister Resume

 

June 1-June 7, 1971

 

987 - Ballard Anecdotes

 

988 - Mesa History

 

989 - County Hospital

 

990 - Pacific Fleet Visit, 1914

 

991 - Early Furniture Stores

 

A3121/R7

 

June 15-June 21, 1971

 

1000 - Story of Caesar's Alley

 

1001 - Rain Making Rockets of 1953

 

997 - California Condor

 

998 - Los Olivos Rainstorm

 

999 - University Club and Haider's

 

June 8-June 14, 1971

 

992 - Aerial Photos as History Sleuths

 

993 - Lake Carneros

 

994 - Pueblo Sands of Santa Barbara

 

995 - Tortilla Day and Santa Ynez

 

996 - Flag Day, Cipriano Flores

 

A3122/R7

 

June 22-June 28, 1971

 

1002 - Campodonices of Guadalupe

 

1003 - Governor Weve and Chief Yanonali

 

1004 - Nordhoff's Cliff Book

 

1005 - Gillespie Street Speedway

 

1006 - Arboleda Acres, Hope Annex

 

June 29-July 5, 1971

 

1007 - Santa Barbara's Earthquake Anniversary

 

1008 - Santa Barbara Mission Farming

 

1009 - Early Post Offices in Santa Barbara

 

1010 - Local Radio Stations

 

1011 - First Ice Cream in Santa Barbara

 

A3123/R7

 

[ca. February 1971]

 

917 - City Slicker vs. Hicks

 

918 - New Horizons Tree

 

919 - Lawyers Gamillo Bancroft

 

920 - Oak Park Auction 1888

 

921 - Saltpetre Fire

 

[ca. late 1971]

 

1092 - First Santa Barbara Air Show

 

1093 - Santa Barbara's First King

 

1094 - Kimberly's Salvaged Ship

 

1095 - Ethel Barrymore in Santa Barbara

 

1096 - Fernand House Museum

 

A3125/R7

 

October 5-October 11, 1971

 

1077 - Anapamu Street, Stone Pines

 

1078 - Flying A, San Andres

 

1079 - Railroad Chapel Car

 

1080 - Narcisso Fabrigat

 

1081 - Chamberlain and Texas

 

September 14-September 20, 1971

 

1062 - Two Famous Weddings

 

1063 - Bandit Dick Fellows

 

1064 - Lompoc Record History

 

1065 - Old Danish Days, Solvang

 

1066 - Gaviota Tunnel Opening

 

A3126/R7

 

[ca. November 1971]

 

1097 - Plug for Mare's Baby

 

1098 - Renaming Cachuma Dam

 

1099 - The More Brothers

 

1100 - Carl Borg House

 

1101 - Ramirez Adobe

 

[ca. July 1971]

 

1017 - First Census

 

1018 - Nidever Romance

 

1019 - Mexican Court Martial

 

1020 - Santa Barbara's Little Secret

 

1021 - Spiritualism in Santa Barbara

 

[ca. August 1971]

 

1037 - Cornelius Billings

 

1038 - 1888 Litho Shop

 

1039 - Casa Dorinda Estates

 

1040 - Lompoc Incorporation

 

1041 - Milo Potter

 

A3127/R7

 

[ca. 1971]

 

1192 - Draft Dodgers 1917

 

1193 - Bueneman House

 

1194 - Daniel Call 1816

 

1195 - Mission Tunnel

 

1417 - Horse Cars

 

1418 - Hollister Family's 1873

 

1419 - Butterfly Trees

 

1420 - President McKinley Visit

 

1421 - King Albert Visit

 

1427 - Santa Barbara's Elephant Stampede

 

1428 - Tractors Replace Mules

 

[ca. September 1971]

 

1052 - First Clocks in Santa Barbara

 

1053 - The Ellwood Queen

 

1054 - How to Get a Land Grant

 

1055 - Santa Barbara High School History

 

1056 - Nursery in Pershing Park

 

A3128/R7

 

[ca. 1971]

 

1102 - Billings Land Yacht

 

1103 - Thomas Nixon Architect

 

1104 - First Armistice Day

 

1105 - Saving Each Beach

 

1106 - Community Arts Association

 

[ca. July 1971]

 

1022 - World's Largest Almond Orchard

 

1023 - Santa Rosa Island

 

1024 - Buellton History

 

1025 - Refugio Smuggling Base

 

1026 - Agricultural Pavilion

 

[ca. August 1971]

 

1032 - Gin Chow's Medicine

 

1033 - First Auto Agencies

 

1034 - Stockton Seizes Santa Barbara

 

1035 - Presidio Revolt of 1829

 

1036 - Montecito Flood 1914

 

A3129/R7

 

[ca. 1971]

 

1132 - Santa Claus, California

 

1133 - Dover Adobe

 

1134 - Modoc Road Name

 

1135 - Christmas Eve

 

1136 - Wreck of SS Harvard

 

1137 - Saint Vincent's Orphanage

 

1138 - Chapala Street Markets

 

1139 - Vanishing Oak Groves

 

1140 - Centennials in 1972

 

1141 - Tom Storke, Senator

 

[ca. 1972-1973]

 

1492 - Mae Lillard's Death

 

1493 - State Street Stories

 

1494 - West Beach Blvd.

 

1495 - Fugazi Bank

 

1496 - Santa Barbara Jewish Community

 

1502 - Goleta Water Wells

 

1503 - O. K. G. Billings

 

1504 - Gazette Anniversary

 

1505 - Storm of Plaza Rubio

 

1506 - Pablo's Gold Robbery

 

A3130/R7 [ca. 1971]

 

1167 - Building Courthouse

 

1168 - Packard Winery

 

1169 - Episcopal Church

 

1170 - Lincoln and Santa Barbara

 

1171 - Concepcion Arguello

 

1172 - Chinese New Year

 

1173 - The Four Old Missions

 

1174 - Carrillo Adobe

 

1175 - First Santa Barbara Telephone

 

1176 - First Gas Lamps Centennial

 

A3131/R7 [ca. 1971-1973]

 

Alhecama Theater

 

All Saints by the Sea

 

Carpinteria's First Man Made Smog

 

Carrillo Family

 

Cathedral Oaks

 

Celebrities in Santa Barbara

 

Census 1850

 

Cities First Radio Station

 

Gas Works

 

Gypsy in Borneo

 

Honda Wreck

 

Oaks of Valley and Coast

 

Police Pistol Range

 

Presidential Visit to Santa Barbara

 

Santa Barbara's First Bank

 

Wilson's Nook

 

A3132/R7 [ca. 1971]

 

1107 - Gaviota Pass

 

1108 - Father Rubio's Painting

 

1109 - Plant Venus, 1769

 

1110 - Carpinteria

 

1111 - Captain Vancouver, Point Sal.

 

1112 - County Recorder Doors

 

1113 - Santa Rosa Steamer

 

1114 - First American Wedding 102 Years Ago

 

1115 - County's District Court, Henry Tefft, etc.

 

1116 - Election Campaign Ending in Murder

 

1117 - De La Vina Street, Wine Growing

 

1187 - Medicinal Plants by Indians

 

1188 - Santa Barbara Police History

 

1189 - Blue Ox Tree

 

1190 - Witness Tree, cont.

 

1191 - Iron Foundry-Mr. Gates

 

A3133/R7 [ca. 1971-1972]

 

1262 - General Sherman and Cannon

 

1263 - Dwight Murphy Story

 

1264 - Vandalism at Chapel

 

1265 - Domestic Firewood Problems

 

1266 - Fremont Odder Kidnapping

 

1272 - First Santa Barbara Fireworks

 

1273 - Shenandoah Visit

 

1274 - Wagon Factories

 

1275 - Joseph Chapman

 

1276 - Hartnell Wedding

 

A3134/R7 [ca. 1971-1972]

 

1226 - Scottish Migration

 

1227 - Orv Lee's Hound

 

1228 - Windy Canyons at Night

 

1229 - Rancheros Visitadores

 

1230 - Mexican Flag Comesto Santa Barbara

 

1237 - Jimmy Cagney and Wharf

 

1238 - Sutter in Santa Barbara

 

1239 - Local Railroad Stations

 

1240 - La Purisima Mission Trip

 

1241 - First Indian Homes Here

 

A3135/R7 [ca. 1971-1973]

 

Carved Rock

 

Fire Department History

 

First Negro

 

First Phonograph

 

First School, Goleta

 

Housewarming

 

Indian Tile Maker

 

Jay Major Wed

 

Potter Clinic

 

Santa Barbara "D" Day

 

Tunnels and Hills

 

A3136/R7 [ca. 1971-1972]

 

1242 - Cagney and Wharf

 

1243 - Early Day Sewage

 

1244 - Old Spanish Town

 

1245 - Santa Barbara's Foundation Concerts

 

1246 - Lugo's Cannon Mystery

 

1247 - Pierce's Treasure Well

 

1248 - Treasure Drive Part I

 

1249 - Treasure Drive Part II

 

1250 - Centennial of Pueblo Lands

 

1251 - Charlie Chaplin Wedding

 

A3137/R7 [ca. 1971-1973]

 

1257 - Casa De La Guerra Restorations

 

1258 - Seward Visits Santa Barbara

 

1259 - Sunny Side of the Street

 

1260 - Saint Francis Hospital

 

1261 - Autie Brown

 

1267 - Four Lost Palms

 

1268 - Funny Stories

 

1269 - Mission Noise and Pollution

 

1270 - San Nicolas Buried Treasure

 

1271 - Badillo Hanging

 

A3138/R7 [ca. 1971-1973]

 

1277 - Shooting Contests

 

1278 - Tar and Feather Victim

 

1279 - Zaca Lake Opens

 

1280 - Diehl's Grocery

 

1281 - Sea Going Street Car

 

1282 - Role of Chinese in Santa Barbara

 

1283 - Early Banking in Santa Barbara

 

1284 - Early Montecito

 

1285 - Earthquake and Ham Radio

 

1286 - De La Guerra Landmarks

 

1287 - Ed Borein's "La Barranca"

 

1288 - Toast of the Town

 

1289 - Indian Village Sites

 

1290 - Wharves of Santa Barbara County

 

1291 - Political Stage Robber

 

1397 - Painted Cave Sign

 

1398 - State Ortega Hub of Santa Barbara

 

1399 - Mortimer Cook in Washington

 

1400 - Centennials in 1972

 

A3139/R7 [ca. 1972-1973]

 

1301 - Montecito-Goleta Names

 

1303 - Alambpintado Inn

 

1304 - Litterbugs of Old

 

1305 - Santa Inez Fiesta

 

1306 - Airport Acquisition

 

1322 - Jose Francisco Ortega

 

1323 - First Wooden House

 

1324 - Lompoc's Saloons

 

1325 - Stearns Wharf

 

1326 - Refugio Bay

 

1327 - Goleta Street Names

 

1328 - Butcher Defends Chinese

 

1329 - Fremont-Dana Story

 

1330 - Hunters in Santa Barbara

 

1331 - Lending Libraries

 

1332 - Lewis Antique Adobe

 

1333 - Kelly Brothers No.1

 

1334 - Kelly Brothers No.2

 

A3140/R7 [ca. 1972-1973]

 

1297 - Dibblee Hill

 

1298 - Origins of Fiesta Pequond

 

1299 - Rival Grapevines

 

1300 - Santa Rosa Hall

 

1301 - S. P. Station

 

1317 - Four Wheel Brakes

 

1318 - Santa Barbara Girls School

 

1319 - City Hall Bell

 

1320 - Old Pleasure Pier

 

1321 - Boot Legging in County

 

1335 - Early Day Noise

 

1336 - First American Settler

 

1337 - Lone Wolf Burglar

 

1338 - Destroyer Disaster

 

1339 - Steam Auto Era

 

1340 - Clap Board Studies

 

1341 - Airport Annexation

 

A3141/R7 [ca. 1971-1973]

 

1047 - Larkin a POW in Santa Barbara

 

1048 - Simoon of 1859

 

1049 - City Council Anniversary

 

1050 - Naples Pug Dog Rumor

 

1051 - Doctor Harret Belcher

 

1052 - First Clocks in Santa Barbara

 

1053 - The Ellwood Queen

 

1387 - Goleta's Great Train Robbery

 

1388 - Community Christmas Tree

 

1389 - Abadie Adobe Wall

 

1390 - Wagon Trip to San Jose

 

1391 - Volcanoes around Santa Barbara

 

1392 - Santa Barbara's First Automobile

 

1393 - Cayuma Town Sold

 

1394 - Walking on Water

 

1395 - Princess's Christmas Party

 

1401 - 100 Anniversary of Ventura County

 

A3142/R7 [ca. 1971-1973]

 

1127 - Jewish Community

 

1128 - Hope Ranch

 

1129 - President Hayes

 

1130 - Hall of Records

 

1131 - Slippery Rock

 

1142 - Methodist Church

 

1143 - Doom of 1887

 

1144 - Elwood Cooper

 

1407 - Indian Conclave 1923

 

1408 - Quarantina Street Name

 

1409 - Jimeno Road Name

 

1410 - Bernard Ruiz Saga

 

1411 - Banning's Railroad Speech

 

Dictator at City Hall

 

History of Hill Adobe

 

Valerio Street Name

 

Which Tower Came First?

 

Widening Chapala

 

A3143/R7 [ca. 1971-1973]

 

1047 - Larkin A. POW in Santa Barbara

 

1048 - Simoon of 1859

 

1049 - City Council Anniversary

 

1050 - Naples Pug Dog Rumor

 

1051 - Doctor Harriet Belcher

 

1429 - Carpinteria Hotel

 

1430 - Big Highway Celebration

 

1431 - State Street Shop Center

 

A3144/R7 [ca. 1972-1973]

 

1432 - Juana Maria's Deathplace

 

1433 - Water Rates in 1884

 

1434 - Light House Automated

 

1435 - Solvang's Wind Harp

 

1436 - Mrs. R., Welfare Chisler

 

1442 - Kate Bell's Cactus

 

1443 - Montecito Olive Mill

 

1444 - LA-Santa Barbara Car Race

 

1445 - Casa Dorinda

 

1446 - San Jose Mission Winery

 

1447 - Indians Discover Grunnions

 

1448 - Some Santa Barbara Dog Stories

 

1449 - Padre's Pony Express

 

1450 - Artist Alexander Harmer

 

1451 - Colonel Campbell's Estate

 

A3896/R7 [ca. 1972-1973]

 

1452 - Campbell Ranch, Part II

 

1453 - Winchester Canyon

 

1454 - Artist Harmer

 

1457 - Santa Barbara Bullfights

 

1458 - Surf Dunes Balloon

 

1459 - Governor Figueroa's Burial

 

1460 - West Camino Cielo Tour

 

1462 - Montecito's Estates

 

1463 - 1882 Carriage House

 

1464 - 7 Sisters Legend

 

1465 - Bouchard Tricked 1818

 

1466 - Bates Water Works

 

1467 - San Ysidro Ranch

 

1468 - Zaluidea's Expedition

 

1469 - Rattlesnake Canyon

 

1470 - Barbershops in Santa Barbara

 

1471 - Catholic Cemeteries

 

A3897/R7

 

[ca. 1972-1973]

 

1472 - State Street's Dictator

 

1473 - Santa Barbara's Public halls

 

1474 - Wells Fargo Express

 

1475 - Hartnell Wedding

 

1476 - Rochin Adobe

 

[ca. mid-1970s]

 

1782 - Francisco Torre

 

1783 - Dead Japanese

 

1784 - Renaming Ojai

 

1785 - Donahue's Diary

 

1786 - Los Olivos Names

 

1787 - Sailors Riot

 

1788 - Norton Murder

 

1789 - SBHS Anniversary

 

1790 - Judge Gamill [?]

 

1791 - Hollister vs. Bishop

 

1792 - The Ojai Jail

 

1793 - Stow Lake

 

1794 - Nojoqui Park

 

1795 - Baptist Centennial

 

1796 - Peddler Wagons

 

A3145/R7 [ca. 1971-1973]

 

1142 - Methodist Church

 

1143 - Boom of 1887

 

1144 - Elwood Cooper

 

1145 - Old White Mule

 

1146 - Centennial Parade

 

1487 - County Bowl History

 

1488 - Missing Fire Pole

 

1489 - Sixteen Flags over Santa Barbara

 

1490 - Los Alamos Hotel

 

1491 - Crooked Sheriff Hearing

 

1497 - First Santa Barbara Bus Service

 

1498 - Grizzly Bears in Santa Barbara

 

1499 - Jesuits vs. Franciscans

 

1500 - Glendessary Manor

 

1501 - Colonel Hollister's Deer

 

1512 - Famous Local Trees

 

1513 - Waterfront Pelican

 

1514 - Doctor Belle Reynolds

 

1515 - Stagecoach Rules

 

1516 - Police Department in 1917

 

A3146/R7 [ca. 1972-1973]

 

1517 - The Great Vaccinator

 

1518 - Dwarf Elephants

 

1519 - Santa Barbara's First Flag

 

1520 - Isla Vista History

 

1521 - Padre Ripoll

 

1542 - Naming Santa Barbara Streets

 

1543 - Indian Tile Making

 

1544 - Covarrubi Streets

 

1545 - Juvenile Delinqency

 

1546 - Oak Park Nostalgia

 

1547 - Flying A Anecdotes

 

1548 - Santa Barbara's First Air Crash

 

1549 - History of Point Sal

 

1550 - Goleta and Carpinteria Electricity

 

1551 - Theodore Glancy Murder

 

A3147/R7 [ca. 1972-1973]

 

1522 - Old Montecito #1

 

1523 - Old Montecito #2

 

1524 - New Arlington Hotel

 

1525 - Fountains of Santa Barbara

 

1526 - Oil Discovery in Ellwood

 

1527 - Goleta Woman's Club

 

1528 - American Revolution

 

1529 - China Town Stories

 

1530 - The Forbidden Record

 

1531 - Street Car Days

 

1532 - Inton Bell Picnics

 

1533 - Lost Canon Band Concert

 

1534 - History of Three Hospitals

 

1535 - Simpson Wilderness Park

 

1536 - Spider in the Mystery

 

A3148/R7 [ca. 1973]

 

1607 - Sam De La Cuesta

 

1608 - Newspaper Promotions

 

1609 - Wild Predictions

 

1610 - Cimenuguitas Chapel

 

1611 - Carpinteria Lima Beans

 

1612 - Storke's Gun Man

 

1613 - Mayor Hanson , Dictator

 

1614 - Walter N. Hawley

 

1619 - Who Killed off Indians?

 

1620 - McGuire House Shows

 

1621 - Tobacco in Old Santa Barbara

 

1622 - Santa Inez Cattle Drives

 

1623 - News Press Merger

 

1624 - Mission Paintings

 

1625 - Tanning Cowhides

 

1626 - Before Energy Crisis

 

1627 - Indian Village, Clark Established

 

1628 - Doctor A. Boyd Doremus

 

1629 - Hippies of 1850

 

1630 - Comandancia Capitol

 

1631 - Montecito County Theatre

 

A3149/R7 [ca. 1972-1973]

 

1552 - Saint Vincent's Orphanage

 

1553 - Santa Barbara Water and Cachuma

 

1554 - Potter Hotel Fire

 

1555 - San Nicolas Island Treasure

 

1556 - Typhoid Epidemic

 

1637 - Prisoners Tortured

 

1638 - Turkey Raising

 

1639 - Reverend J. A. Johnson

 

1640 - Hope House Tour

 

1641 - Santa Barbara's Post Office Move

 

1642 - Ku Klux Klan

 

1643 - Kate Den's Turtle

 

1644 - Captain Tucker

 

1645 - Summerland Spiritualism

 

1646 - Wild Horse Roundups

 

1682 - Felix Mattei Story

 

1683 - Los Alamos Quake

 

1684 - Oak Park Firehouse

 

1685 - Stan Wood's 1869 Notes

 

1686 - Bee Keeper's of Santa Barbara

 

1687 - Los Olivos Man Hunt

 

1688 - Borrowed Bells

 

1689 - Santa Barbara's Home Guard

 

1690 - River Cabin Sites

 

1691 - Cheap Chinese Labor

 

A3899/R7 [ca. 1973]

 

1615 - Hoff Heights Hospital

 

1616 - Ferris Wheel Inventor

 

1647 - Montecito Country Club

 

1648 - Postal Service History

 

1649 - Presidio Prankster

 

1650 - Bennet Sisters Debut

 

1651 - 1st SB Traffic Fatality

 

1652 - Harry Dollard's Weeds

 

1653 - TB Association History

 

1654 - Shepard's Inn

 

1655 - Presbyterians Moving

 

1656 - Princess Louise Xmas Eve

 

1657 - Xmas Day [?]

 

1658 - Xmas Day [?]

 

1659 - William's Train Ride

 

1660 - Maria Ygnacio Slave Girl

 

1661 - New Year's Custom in SB

 

1662 - Old Time New Year Days

 

1663 - Lewis Memorial [?]

 

1664 - Los Prietos Boys Camp

 

1665 - 1st Auto Court in SB

 

1666 - Potter Farm, Goleta

 

A3900/R7 [ca. 1973]

 

1632 - Freak Water Spout

 

1633 - WPA Era in SB

 

1634 - 1st SB Thanksgiving

 

1635 - Mission Altar Lights

 

1636 - Zaca Park Mystery

 

1637 - Prisoners Tortured

 

1638 - Turkey Raising

 

1667 - San Marcos Hot Springs

 

1668 - Stage Travel to Ventura

 

1669 - Candy Stores in 1924

 

1670 - Snow on E. Camino Cielo

 

1671 - Quicksilver Boom in SB

 

1672 - Ott Hardware

 

1673 - Oil Spills of 1769

 

1674 - Henry Penry House

 

1675 - James McCaffrey Pioneer

 

1676 - Alamo Pintado Strip

 

1677 - Derivation of Name "Palomino"

 

1678 - Derivation of "Stage Coach"

 

1679 - R. T. Buell Ranch

 

1680 - Oil Well Fair 1944

 

1681 - 1st Train to SF

 

A3150/R7

 

1937 - Major Fires

 

1938 - Hobo Anecdotes

 

1939 - First Traffic Injury

 

1940 - Hope House Centennial

 

1941 - Hollister Ranch

 

A3151/R7

 

1942 - Mystery Solution

 

1943 - Rancho La Vega

 

1944 - Trout Club

 

1945 - Coffin Niche

 

1946 - More Brothers

 

A3152/R7 3/11/??-3/19/??

 

1872 - Hollister Sheep

 

1874 - Blanco the Mule

 

1875 - University Club

 

1976 - Irish Colony in Santa Barbara

 

1977 - Hotel Biltmore Name

 

1978 - Goleta Homesteads

 

Lower West Side(1873

 

A3153/R7 3/20/??-3/27/??

 

1979 - Oldest Brick Building

 

1980 - Chinese Labor

 

1981 - County Divided

 

1982 - Diehl's Store Prices

 

1983 - Child's Estate Zoo

 

1984 - Robinson Scare

 

A3154/R7

 

1985 - Second Airport

 

1986 - Vanishing Wildlife

 

1987 - Sir Arthur Bliss

 

1988 - Ellwood Pier

 

1989 - Queen of Goleta

 

1990 - Ham Radio at Quake

 

1991 - Adult Education

 

A3155/R7

 

3117 - Brinkerhoff Avenue

 

3118 - Blimp Airplane

 

3119 - Execution Tree

 

3120 - Father Duran's Expulsion

 

3121 - College Hotel

 

A3156/R7

 

3132 - Hope Ranch Fire Department

 

3133 - Laurel Springs Ranch

 

3134 - Santa Rosa Island

 

3135 - Land Grant Ritual

 

3136 - Las Cruces Hot Springs

 

A3157/R7 8/28/??-9/3/??

 

3137 - Brickyards of Santa Barbara

 

3138 - Santa Barbara in 1872

 

3139 - Judge Lillard

 

3140 - Margaret Baylor

 

3141 - Santa Rosa Hall

 

A3158/R7 9/4/??-9/10/??

 

3142 - Lone Woman's Lament

 

3143 - Pancho Villa Visit

 

3144 - Rincon Volcano

 

3145 - Rabbit Round-up

 

3146 - Chumash Language Record

 

A3159/R7

 

Baby Leo Hillister, January 31, 1983

 

Rainfall in Santa Barbara, February 1, 1983

 

Gypsy Ear Rings, February 10, 1983

 

Alexander House, February 11, 1983

 

Alcatraz Refinery, February 14, 1983

 

Widening Chapala St., February 15, 1983

 

Ward Memorial Blvd., February 16, 1983

 

Indian Medicines, February 17, 1983

 

Excitement on San Andres St., February 18, 1983

 

Poles of Santa Barbara, February 2, 1983

 

Kelly Brothers No. 1, February 3, 1983

 

Kelly Brothers No. 2, February 4, 1983

 

Sheriff Jim Ross, February 7, 1983

 

State & Anapamu, February 8, 1983

 

Hendry Family, February 9, 1983

 

A3160/R7

 

Salora Ranch, February 21, 1983

 

Rancheros Airplane Stunt, February 22, 1983

 

Japenese Shell in Tecolote Canyon, February 23, 1983

 

De Anza Anniversary, February 24, 1983

 

Mamie Goulet Abbot, February 25, 1983

 

Four-Wheel Brakes, February 28, 1983

 

Queen Elizabeth's Visit, March 1, 1983

 

Last Legal Hanging, March 10, 1983

 

Alcalde's Cane, March 11, 1983

 

Perpetual Motion Machine, March 2, 1983

 

Pelican Prophet, March 3, 1983

 

Lugo's Mystery Cache, March 4, 1983

 

Pool Halls in Santa Barbara, March 7, 1983

 

First Department Store, March 8, 1983

 

Fabulous Cooper Doors, March 9, 1983

 

A3161/R7

 

[listed as missing on box], March 14, 1983

 

Peabody Stadium, March 15, 1983

 

Courtship Customs, March 16, 1983

 

Catholic Cemeteries, March 17, 1983

 

Clocks and Timekeeping, March 18, 1983

 

Mystery of Barranca Avenue, March 21, 1983

 

Bullocks Controversy, March 22, 1983

 

1878 Tornado in Santa Barbara, March 23, 1983

 

San Roque Waterspout, March 24, 1983

 

Women Hoboes, March 25, 1983

 

Magnetic Hill and Miscellaneous, March 28, 1983

 

Chief Yanunali, March 29, 1983

 

Fleishmann Restores Mission, March 30, 1983

 

Early Telephones, March 31, 1983

 

Carpinteria Hang Tree, April 1, 1983

 

A3162/R7

 

Sea-going Streetcar, April 11, 1983

 

Builder Charles Urton, April 12, 1983

 

[listed as missing on box], April 13, 1983

 

Captain Louis McLane, April 14, 1983

 

Dwight Murphy, April 15, 1983

 

Mountain Peak Names, April 18, 1983

 

Rattlesnake Pete, April 19, 1983

 

Santa Barbara Medical Clinic, April 20, 1983

 

San Roque, April 21, 1983

 

Eclipse of 1923, April 22, 1983

 

Neal Callahan's Small Hotels, April 4, 1983

 

Upham Hotel, April 5, 1983

 

Sailor's Sycamore Falls, April 6, 1983

 

Murder in Los Olivos, April 7, 1983

 

Indian Dam Dedication, April 8, 1983

 

A3163/R7

 

Davey Brown, April 25, 1983

 

Victor Herbert's, April 26, 1983

 

First Motel in the United States, April 27, 1983

 

Cowboy Artist Ed Broein, April 28, 1983

 

Goleta Street Names, April 29, 1983

 

True or False Quiz, May 10, 1983

 

Santa Barbara during the American Revolution, May 11, 1983

 

Indian Abortion, Birth Control, May 12, 1983

 

Name Change at Refugio, May 13, 1983

 

Montecito Silk Worms, May 2, 1983

 

The Great Vaccinator, May 3, 1983

 

Hollister's Deer Park, May 4, 1983

 

Bird -- Refuge-- Cinco de Mayo, May 5, 1983

 

Ned McGowan's Adventures, May 6, 1983

 

Joseph Chapman, May 9, 1983

 

A3164/R7

 

Mortimer Cook in Washington [see A3161/R7], March 14, 1983

 

Buggy Ride to San Jose, May 16, 1983

 

Major Max C. Fleishmann, May 17, 1983

 

First Baptist Church, May 18, 1983

 

Goleta Valley Water Wells, May 19, 1983

 

Lewis vs. Storke, May 20, 1983

 

Steam Auto Era, May 23, 1983

 

San Roque Canyon Bridge, May 24, 1983

 

Highway Building in 1912, May 25, 1983

 

Lord Bertram Russell Visit, May 26, 1983

 

Ramirez- Gonzales Adobe, May 27, 1983

 

Dos Pueblos Oil Well Fire, May 30, 1983

 

Naples Ghost Town, May 31, 1983

 

Early Gas Plants, June 1, 1983

 

Horse Railroad, June 2, 1983

 

Mystery of Hill's Safe, June 3, 1983

 

A3165/R7

 

Santa Barbara's Big Race Horse, June 10, 1983

 

President Hayes and Chinese Labor, June 13, 1983

 

Bootlegger Tricks, June 14, 1983

 

High School Dress Codes, June 15, 1983

 

Botanic Gardens, June 16, 1983

 

Alameda Plaza Park, June 17, 1983

 

Santa Barbara's Last Bullfight, June 20, 1983

 

Sycamore Canyon Floods, June 21, 1983

 

San Roque Golf Club, June 22, 1983

 

E. F. Hutton and Company, June 23, 1983

 

Arroyo Burro Treasure Tale, June 24, 1983

 

First Appendectomy Doctor, June 6, 1983

 

Eccentric Hollister Women, June 7, 1983

 

Santa Barbara's Mineral Springs, June 8, 1983

 

Girl Scout Anniversary, June 9, 1983

 

A3166/R7

 

Celebrity Visitors in Santa Barbara, June 27, 1983

 

Sheriff Hearne, Racist, June 28, 1983

 

Naming Jimeno Road, June 29, 1983

 

Indian Conclave of 1923, June 30, 1983

 

Visit of USS Iowa, July 1, 1983

 

Figueroa's Burial, July 12, 1983

 

Nidever vs. De La Guerra, July 13, 1983

 

Electricity to Goleta, July 14, 1983

 

Senator T.M. Storke, July 15, 1983

 

Canon Perdido Story, July 4, 1983

 

Goleta Union School, July 5, 1983

 

Talbott's Retreat Hero, July 6, 1983

 

Early Chamber of Commerce [crossed off on box], July 7, 1983

 

Old-time Cattle Drives, July 8, 1983

 

A3167/R7

 

Mummy in Laguna Blanca, July 18, 1983

 

Forest Fires of the Past, July 19, 1983

 

Naming Arlington Hotel, July 20, 1983

 

Kate Bell's Cactus, July 21, 1983

 

City's Celebrity Trees, July 22, 1983

 

Los Prietos Boys Camp, July 25, 1983

 

Trenwith's Department Store, July 26, 1983

 

Las Cruces Ghost Town, July 27, 1983

 

Happy Canyon Name, July 28, 1983

 

More Mesa, July 29, 1983

 

Santa Barbara Home Guard, August 1, 1983

 

Early Wagon Factories, August 2, 1983

 

Parades of the Past, August 4, 1983

 

First Spanish Fiesta, August 5, 1983

 

A3168/R7

 

Ham Radio Satellite, August 10, 1983

 

Carpinteria BBQ, August 12, 1983

 

Origin of Our Barbeques, August 8, 1983

 

Roads into Mission Canyon, August 9, 1983

 

A3169/R7

 

Oscar of the Waldorf, August 11, 1983

 

Doctor A. B. Doremus, August 15, 1983

 

Santa Barbara's Military Occupations, August 16, 1983

 

Arlington Stables, August 18, 1983

 

Nancy Kelsey, August 19, 1983

 

Indian Cemeteries, August 22, 1983

 

A3170/R7

 

University of California, Santa Barbara Landscaping, August 23, 1983

 

Rochin Adobe, August 24, 1983

 

The Year of the Tango, August 25, 1983

 

Montecito's Theater, August 26, 1983

 

Visit of Shenandoah Airship, August 29, 1983

 

Restoring Carillo Adobe, August 30, 1983

 

Guadalupe Dunes, August 31, 1983

 

Doctor Sansum vs. Anti Vivisection, September 1, 1983

 

Goleta Scotsmen, September 2, 1983

 

Pedro's Wife's Ghost, September 5, 1983

 

A3171/R7

 

First Bicycle in Santa Barbara, September 12, 1983

 

West Camino Cielo, September 13, 1983

 

Waterfront Weather Prophet, September 14, 1983

 

Tilting Game, September 15, 1983

 

Early-day Taxis, September 16, 1983

 

Sudden Ranch, September 19, 1983

 

Shephard's Inn, September 20, 1983

 

Trolley-car Tales, September 21, 1983

 

Presidential Visits, September 6, 1983

 

County Bowl, September 7, 1983

 

Honda Shipwreck Anniversary, September 8, 1983

 

Doctor Biggs Hypnotism, September 9, 1983

 

A3172/R7

 

Gin Chow Made History, October 10, 1983

 

Rattlesnake Canyon, October 11, 1983

 

Ed Vail of Santa Rosa Island, October 12, 1983

 

Fairview Avenue Skull, October 13, 1983

 

Potter Hotel Cottage, October 14, 1983

 

El Paseo's 60 Anniversary, October 3, 1983

 

George Washington Smith, October 4, 1983

 

Ruins of Knapp Lodge, October 5, 1983

 

Sun vs. Shade on State Street, October 6, 1983

 

Villa Califia Scandal, October 7, 1983

 

Spirit of Saint Louis, September 22, 1983

 

General W. T. Sherman, September 23, 1983

 

The Scull Ranch, September 26, 1983

 

Mission Sacred Garden, September 27, 1983

 

Spider in the Sky, September 28, 1983

 

Santa Barbara Foundation Origins, September 29, 1983

 

Refugio Bay Smugglers, September 30, 1983

 

A3173/R7

 

Gin Chow and China, October 10, 1983

 

Rattlesnake Canyon, October 11, 1983

 

EdwardVail, October 12, 1983

 

Fairview Avenue Skull, October 13, 1983

 

Potter Hotel Cottage, October 14, 1983

 

Villa Califia Scandal, October 7, 1983

 

A3174/R7

 

Bethania Church, October 17, 1983

 

S. P. Station, October 18, 1983

 

West End of Mesa, October 19, 1983

 

Chumash Plank Canoes, October 20, 1983

 

C. A. Storke Statue, October 21, 1983

 

Square Dancing in Santa Barbara, October 24, 1983

 

Mystery of Lot 109, October 25, 1983

 

Garvey Hotel Reopens, October 26, 1983

 

Buying a Ford on Time, October 27, 1983

 

Year 1937 in Santa Barbara, October 28, 1983

 

A3175/R7

 

Seward Buys Alaska, October 31, 1983

 

Names of High Schools, November 1, 1983

 

Santa Ynez Spellings, November 10, 1983

 

Santa Barbara's First Armistice, November 11, 1983

 

Firewells or Hot Springs, November 14, 1983

 

Disguised Landmarks, November 2, 1983

 

Santa Barbara's Hang Tree, November 3, 1983

 

Oil Conference in Santa Barbara, November 4, 1983

 

1880's Juvenile Delinquents, November 7, 1983

 

Brand Name Food Advertisements, November 8, 1983

 

Summerland Newspapers, November 9, 1983

 

A3176/R7

 

Samarkand White Elephant, November 15, 1983

 

Seasick Punishment, November 16, 1983

 

Stand-Fast Santa Barbara, November 17, 1983

 

Pioneer Homesteads, November 18, 1983

 

End of the Samerkand, November 21, 1983

 

Biltmore Hotel Stories, November 22, 1983

 

La Laguna Rancho, November 23, 1983

 

Santa Barbara's First Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 1983

 

Carrillo's Apology, November 25, 1983

 

Mattei's Tavern, November 28, 1983

 

Chocolate in Old Santa Barbara, November 29, 1983

 

Cities Indian Villages, November 30, 1983

 

Architect Thomas Nixon, December 1, 1983

 

Celebrities Visit Here, December 2, 1983

 

A3177/R7

 

Hoff Hospital, December 12, 1983

 

Naming Storke Road, December 13, 1983

 

Hollister's Bullito Ranch, December 14, 1983

 

Treasure Drive No. 1, December 15, 1983

 

Treasure Drive No. 2, December 16, 1983

 

Are Chumash Extinct?, December 6, 1983

 

History of Blacks in Santa Barbara, December 8, 1983

 

Kate Den's Turtle, December 9, 1983

 

A3178/R7

 

Alexander House, December 19, 1983

 

Ballard School Anniversary, December 20, 1983

 

Stockton Seizes Santa Barbara, December 21, 1983

 

Misnomers, December 22, 1983

 

Gibraltar Dam Teamsters, December 23, 1983

 

Unusual Orange Harvest, December 26, 1983

 

Franciscans vs. Jesuits, December 27, 1983

 

Anapamu's Stone Pines, December 28, 1983

 

A3179/R7

 

Boom Year of 1887, January 2, 1984

 

Doris Fay Palmer, January 3, 1984

 

Ship Cabin Residence, January 4, 1984

 

Mission Candles, January 5, 1984

 

What If? (History Game), January 6, 1984

 

Little Known Firsts, December 20, 1983

 

Gaviota Store, December 29, 1983

 

A3180/R7

 

Pearl Chase Biography, January 10, 1984

 

Saint Vincent Orphanage, January 11, 1984

 

State Street -- Sun vs. Shade, January 12, 1984

 

Murder on Refugio Pass, January 13, 1984

 

First Santa Barbara Service Stations, January 16, 1984

 

Tunnels behind Montecito, January 17, 1984

 

Santa Ynez Land Fight, January 18, 1984

 

Kimberley's Salvage Ship, January 19, 1984

 

Lompoc's Lyndon School, January 20, 1984

 

Santa Barbara County Land Grants, January 23, 1984

 

Whaling Stations, January 24, 1984

 

First Goleta Houses, January 9, 1984

 

A3181/R7

 

Naming Lloyd Avenue, January 25, 1984

 

University of California, Santa Barbara Riots, 1970, January 26, 1984

 

Glacey Murder, January 27, 1984

 

A3182/R7

 

Santa Barbara's Company "C", January 31, 1984

 

Railroad Bridges, February 15, 1984

 

Doctor Harriet Belcher, February 2, 1984

 

Salvaging SS Harvard, April 17, 1984

 

Pioneer George Williams, April 19, 1984

 

Coolidge Inaugural, April 24, 1984

 

Potter Theatre, May 23, 1984

 

Jewish Synagogues, May 28, 1984

 

Sandyland Cove, May 30, 1984

 

Beekeepers, May 31, 1984

 

A3183/R7

 

Montecito Alligators, July 17, 1984

 

Kanaka Sailors, July 18, 1984

 

Revival Meetings, July 19, 1984

 

Yacht Capraice, July 20, 1984

 

Mission Stonemasons, July 31, 1984

 

Mrs. Betty White, August 1, 1984

 

Hollister's Camel, August 2, 1984

 

Riviera School, August 3, 1984

 

Mayor Hanson, August 6, 1984

 

A3184/CS

 

Save the Goleta Depot (cassette), June 15, 1981

 

A3185/CS

 

Goleta Depot (cassette), October 8, 1982

 

A3187/R7

 

Two Special Introductory Shows for Santa Barbara National Bank, n.d.

 

Subseries 2.  Walker Tompkins Birthday Special

A/V Item A3186/R7

Walker Tompkins Birthday Special, 10 July 1984

 

Subseries 3.  Goleta Valley Night

A/V Item A3188/CS

First Goleta Valley Night, 1966, Party for Goleta, the Good Land

A/V Item A3189/CS

Goleta in the 1880s, n.d.

A/V Item A3190/CS

Message for Goleta Valley Night, 1982

 

Subseries 4.  Miscellany

A/V Item A3191/CS

SBCH [Cottage Hospital] History, 7/8/76

A/V Item A3191/CS

Special Dedication to Finis Haskins, Jim Smith, 7/31/78

A/V Item A3192/CS

Special Dedication to Finis Haskins, Jim Smith, 7/31/78