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SERIES 1: LOCAL HISTORY ESSAYS, etc., 1945-1974 [made up of public submissions to Verbarg's "Knave" column in the Oakland Tribune]

 

BOX 1: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, A-B

 

1.1.1: Generalities & Mixed Subjects

 

1.1.2: Cities & Towns, A

 

a-Alameda

 

b-Alleghany

 

c-Alviso

 

d-Angels Camp

 

e-Antioch

 

f-Applegate

 

g-Aptos

 

h-Arcata

 

I-Auburn

 

j-Aukum

 

k-Aurora

 

1.1.3: Misc. Subjects [incl. individuals]

 

a-Allen, Dean H.

 

b-Alvarado, Gov. Juan B.

 

c-Arguello, Gov. Luis

 

d-Audrain, James H.

 

e-Ayers, James J.

 

1.1.4: Alameda County

 

1.1.5: Alpine County

 

1.1.6: Amador County

 

1.1.7: Aviation

 

1.1.8: Cities & Towns, B

 

a-Bagby

 

b-Belvedere

 

c-Benicia

 

d-Bennettville

 

e-Benton

 

f-Berkeley

 

g-Bidwell Bar

 

h-Biggs

 

i-Bloomfield

 

j-Blythe

 

k-Byrne's Ferry

 

1.1.9: Individuals, B

 

a-Baker, Edward D.

 

b-Bancroft, Hubert Howe

 

c-Barton, James A.

 

d-Belanger, François

 

e-Bell, Horace

 

f-Bellingham Family

 

g-Biven, Rasey

 

h-Blakeslee, S.V.

 

I-Bland, Adam

 

j-Bowman, Sam

 

k-Brannan, Sam

 

l-Bromley, George T.

 

m-Brooks, James A.

 

n-Budd, Gov. James

 

o-Buttner, Mary A.

 

1.1.10: Misc. Subjects, B

 

1.1.11: Bidwell, John

 

1.1.12: Bidwell Bar

 

1.1.13: Black Bart

 

1.1.14: Bodie

 

1.1.15: Butte County

 

BOX 2: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, C

 

1.2.1: Cities & Towns, C

 

a-Cahto

 

b-Calico

 

c-Camanche

 

d-Carmel

 

e-Chandlerville

 

f-Clarksville

 

g-Clayton

 

h-Clements

 

I-Coalinga

 

j-Collinsville

 

k-Colusa

 

l-Copperopolis

 

m-Crescent City

 

n-Crockett

 

1.2.2: Individuals, C

 

a-Carson, Kit

 

b-Chalfant, P.A.

 

c-Champlin Family

 

d-Chapel, Charles Edward

 

e-Chapman, Margarita Alviso

 

f-Clark, Galen

 

g-Coburn, Loren

 

h-Colby, William E.

 

I-Cole Family

 

j-Compton, Henry T.

 

k-Connell, Maurice M.

 

l-Cooke, George Bowen

 

m-Crabb, Henry A.

 

n-Crockett, Davy

 

1.2.3: Misc. Subjects, C

 

1.2.4: Calaveras County

 

1.2.5: California - Gold Rush Correspondence

 

1.2.6: California - Historiography

 

1.2.7: California - History - Societies, etc.

 

1.2.8: California Historical Society

 

1.2.9: Civil War

 

1.2.10: Coloma

 

1.2.11: Columbia

 

1.2.12: Concord

 

1.2.13: Conference of Calif. Historical Societies

 

1.2.14: Contra Costa County

 

BOX 3: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, D-G

 

1.3.1: Cities & Towns, D

 

a-Deadwood

 

b-Dorrington

 

c-Downieville

 

d-Dry Bones Bar

 

e-Dublin

 

f-Dutch Flat

 

1.3.2: Individuals, D

 

a-Davidson, George

 

b-Diamond, Goddard E.

 

c-Douglas, David F.

 

d-Durham, Haley

 

1.3.3: Misc. Subjects, D

 

1.3.4: Danville

 

1.3.5: Donner Party

 

1.3.6: Dyer, Ephraim

 

1.3.7: Individuals, E

 

a-Eddy, Harry

 

b-Egan, Martin

 

c-Ellis, Henry H.

 

d-Ellis, William T.

 

e-Evans, Christopher

 

1.3.8: Misc. Subjects [incl. Cities & Towns]

 

a-Emeryville

 

b-Eureka

 

c-Other

 

1.3.9: E Clampus Vitus

 

1.3.10: Earp, Wyatt

 

1.3.11: East Bay Regional Parks

 

1.3.12: El Camino Viejo

 

1.3.13: El Dorado County

 

1.3.14: Elkhorn

 

1.3.15: Cities & Towns, F

 

a-Fiddletown

 

b-Folsom

 

c-Forbestown

 

d-Forest Hill

 

e-Fouts Springs

 

f-Freeport

 

g-French Corral

 

1.3.16: Individuals, F

 

a-Farragut, Adm. David

 

b-Fellows, George

 

c-Finch, Fred

 

d-Foote, Arthur D.

 

e-Forster, Arthur G.

 

f-Fox, Maggie Caldwell

 

g-Freeman, Joshua

 

h-Freeman, Leslie J.

 

I-French, Darwin

 

1.3.17: Misc. Subjects, F

 

1.3.18: Fort Ross

 

1.3.19: Fremont [city]

 

1.3.20: Fruit Industry

 

1.3.21: Cities & Towns, G

 

a-Garden Valley

 

b-Georgia Slide

 

c-Gerber

 

d-Gold Hill

 

e-Gold Mtn.

 

f-Gold Run

 

g-Goodyear's Bar

 

h-Grass Valley

 

I-Greeley Hill

 

j-Greenwater

 

k-Greenwood

 

1.3.22: Individuals, G

 

a-Gainsbry, Aaron

 

b-Garrard, James

 

c-Giddings, Emma

 

d-Gordon, Abbie

 

e-Green, Will Semple

 

1.3.23: Misc. Subjects, G

 

1.3.24: German Pioneers

 

1.3.25: Glenn County

 

1.3.26: Grass Valley

 

1.3.27: Grizzly Bears

 

BOX 4: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, H-L

 

1.4.1: Cities & Towns, H

 

a-Hamilton

 

b-Harrison Gulch

 

c-Healdsburg

 

d-Hillsborough

 

e-Hollister

 

1.4.2: Individuals, H

 

a-Haight, Henry S.

 

b-Harte, Bret

 

c-Hatfield, Charles M.

 

d-Hays, John

 

e-Hearst Family

 

f-Heydenfeldt, Elcan

 

g-Hill, "Auntie"

 

h-Hodgkin, Ella R.

 

I-Hotaling, Anson P.

 

j-Hutchings, James

 

1.4.3: Misc. Subjects, H

 

1.4.4: Humboldt County

 

1.4.5: Hume, George W.

 

1.4.6: Misc. Subjects, I [incl. Cities & Towns; Individuals]

 

a-Ione

 

b-Iowa Hill

 

c-Irving, Washington

 

d-Indians

 

1.4.7: Misc. Subjects, J [incl. Cities & Towns; Individuals]

 

a-Johnsville

 

b-James, George Wharton

 

c-Jenkins, O.P.

 

d-Jepson, Willis L.

 

e-Johnson, Augusta

 

f-Johnson, Edwin H.

 

g-Johnson, Henderson L.

 

h-Johnston, Albert Sidney

 

I-Jose, Richard Juan

 

1.4.8: Misc. Subjects, K [incl. Cities & Towns; Individuals]

 

a-Knowles

 

b-Keith, William

 

c-Kelsey, Earle

 

d-Kempf, John

 

e-Keyes, Jim

 

1.4.9: Cities & Towns, L

 

a-Latrobe

 

b-Lewiston

 

c-Livermore

 

d-Locke

 

e-Los Angeles

 

f-Los Baños

 

g-Lundy

 

h-Lyonsville

 

1.4.10: Individuals, L

 

a-Lasswell, Burt J.

 

b-Latta, John E.

 

c-Lick, James

 

d-Lind, Jenny

 

e-Lindblom, Olaf

 

f-Lockley, E.B.

 

g-Loring Family

 

h-Louderback, Caroline K.

 

I-Lowell, William H.

 

j-Lubeck, Amy

 

k-Lubeck, Charles M.

 

1.4.11: Misc. Subjects, L

 

a-Lake County

 

b-Lake Havasu

 

c-Lake Lahontan

 

d-Lake Tahoe

 

e-Lassen County

 

f-Lassen Park

 

g-Lida Valley

 

h-Lumber

 

BOX 5: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, M-N

 

1.5.1: Cities & Towns, M

 

a-Marysville

 

b-Michigan Bluff

 

c-Mission San Jose

 

d-Modesto

 

e-Mokelumne Hill

 

f-Monitor

 

g-Monoville

 

h-Mount Bullion

 

I-Mount Ophir

 

j-Murphys

 

1.5.2: Individuals, M

 

a-Mahony, Thomas

 

b-Mandel, Frank

 

c-Markham, Edwin

 

d-Marsh, John

 

e-Marquis, Thomas B.

 

f-Mathews, Walter

 

g-Mayhew, Joseph Addison

 

h-McCarthy, Francis F.

 

I-McCarver, M. M.

 

j-McCaughey, Howard

 

k-McCracken, Josephine Clifford

 

l-McDowell, James

 

m-McLaughlin, William

 

n-McMath, Cyrus

 

o-Miller, Charles

 

p-Miller, George A.

 

q-Miller, James Harrison

 

r-Miller, Margaret Ross

 

s-Moore, Lorenzo

 

t-Moraga, Jose

 

u-Mott, Frank K.

 

v-Moulton, Ben

 

w-Mulgarit, Louis Christian

 

x-Murrieta, Joaquin

 

1.5.3: Misc. Subjects, M

 

1.5.4: Marin County

 

1.5.5: Mariposa County

 

1.5.6: Mendocino County

 

1.5.7: Modoc Indians

 

1.5.8: Monterey Bay Area

 

1.5.9: Muir, John

 

1.5.10: Cities & Towns, N

 

a-Negro Hill

 

b-Nevada City

 

c-Niles

 

d-North Bloomfield

 

e-North San Juan

 

1.5.11: Misc. Subjects, N

 

1.5.12: Napa County

 

1.5.13: Neilson, Francis E.

 

1.5.14: Nevada---Misc. Subjects

 

a-Aurora

 

b-Austin

 

c-Belmont

 

d-Bowers, Sandy

 

e-Buckland Station

 

f-Collins, Emma Nevada

 

g-DeLamar

 

h-Gold Discovery by Thomas Orr Jr.

 

i-Mines

 

j-Pioche

 

k-Pony Express

 

l-Pyramid Lake

 

m-Rawhide

 

n-Tonopah

 

o-Valley of Fire

 

p-Virginia City - St. Mary's Church

 

q-Virginia City - Presbyterian Church

 

1.5.15: Nevada County

 

1.5.16: New Almaden

 

BOX 6: OAKLAND---GENERAL; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS

 

1.6.1: Oakland---Generalities

 

1.6.2: Oakland---Individuals

 

a-Adams, Edson

 

b-Atchinson, Charles O.

 

c-Borland, Sarah C.

 

d-Bovee, William Henry

 

e-Breen, Lorena Pombert

 

f-Cantin, Maude H.

 

g-Carpentier, Horace

 

h-Carroll, Thomas

 

i-Carruth, William W.

 

j-Chapman, "Prof."

 

k-Clark, J. Emmett

 

l-Coolbrith, Ina

 

m-Cummings, George A.

 

n-DeFremery, James

 

o-Donohoe, Nellie G.

 

p-Dwinelle, John W.

 

q-Elliott, Maxine

 

r-Ferris, Benjamin F.

 

s-Finch, Fred

 

t-Fitter, Henry

 

u-Forster, Fred

 

v-Galloway, James

 

w-Gray Family

 

x-Greco, Joe

 

y-Griffiths, David D.

 

z-Hassler, John F.

 

aa-Hatton, George

 

bb-Henry, Addis Morgan

 

cc-Henshaw, Harry F.

 

dd-Hitchcock, Frank

 

ee-Holland, Arthur P.

 

ff-Houghton, Frederick T.

 

gg-Johnston, Walter J.

 

hh-King Family

 

ii-Knowland, Joseph R.

 

jj-Kutz, George F.

 

kk-Lim (Chinese)

 

ll-Loomer, Anna C.

 

mm-Loring, Charles M.

 

nn-McCullagh, Mrs. E.J.

 

oo-McDonald, Mr.

 

pp-Miller, Joaquin

 

qq-Nusbaumer, William

 

rr-Ozio, Antonio M.

 

ss-Peralta Family

 

tt-Pestoni, Peter J.

 

uu-Riesner, Chuck

 

vv-Robertson, Robert

 

ww-Smart, Daniel

 

xx-Smith, F.M.

 

yy-Stevens, Landers

 

zz-Tollefsen, Christopher

 

aaa-Trutner, Herman

 

bbb-Tuttle, Ben

 

ccc-Zinnamon, Abram

 

1.6.3: Frank M. Cary Oakland Reminiscences

 

1.6.4: J. Walter Held [Standard Oil executive] Oakland Reminiscences

 

1.6.5: Walter J. Johnston [Southern Pacific employee] Oakland Reminiscences

 

1.6.6: Arthur R. McPhail [postal worker] Oakland Reminiscences

 

1.6.7: Albert E. Norman [insurance salesman] Oakland Reminiscences

 

BOX 7: OAKLAND---MISC. SUBJECTS, A-L

 

1.7.1: Oakland---Businesses & Industry

 

a-Calif. Cotton Mill

 

b-Color Art Press

 

c-Foglia Bros. Auto Machine Works

 

d-Fitzmaurice, J.H. Inc. General Contractors

 

e-Grand Central Hotel

 

f-Holmes Book Store

 

g-Key Route Inn

 

h-Knotty Pine Lunch

 

I-Phillips & Leisz Grocers

 

j-Schellhaus, H. Furniture

 

k-Scoville Iron Works

 

l-Souza Bros. Grocers

 

m-Stone, W.F. & Son Boat Builders

 

n-Washington Brewery

 

o-Western Electric

 

p-Zenith

 

1.7.2: Oakland---City Govt.; Fire; Police; Post Office

 

1.7.3: Oakland---Cemeteries

 

1.7.4: Oakland---Churches

 

a-Beulah Park

 

b-First Congregational

 

c-First Unitarian

 

d-High Street Presbyterian

 

e-Saint Elizabeth's

 

f-St. Jarlath

 

1.7.5: Oakland---Clubs, Societies, etc.

 

a-Acme Athletic

 

b-American Assn. of University Women

 

c-Amphion

 

d-Athenian-Nile

 

e-Athens Athletic

 

f-Brooklyn Athletic

 

g-Elks

 

h-Hundred Year

 

I-Ladies Home Society

 

j-Metropolitan Yacht

 

k-Oakland Canoe

 

l-Orpheus

 

m-Soroptimist

 

1.7.6: Oakland---Clubs: Junior League

 

1.7.7: Oakland---College of California

 

1.7.8: Oakland---College of Holy Names

 

1.7.9: Oakland---Culture

 

1.7.10: Oakland---Fred Finch Children's Home

 

1.7.11: Oakland---Historic Buildings & Sites

 

a-Altenheim, The

 

b-Cameron-Stanford House

 

c-City Hall Plaza

 

d-Dunsmuir House

 

e-Elmhurst Post Office

 

f-14th Street Car Barns

 

g-Grove Street Hotel

 

h-Hotel Oakland

 

I-Klinknerville Hotel

 

j-May House

 

k-Moss House

 

l-Peralta House

 

m-Turner House

 

n-Wilcox Building

 

1.7.12: Oakland---Hospitals

 

a-East Bay Children's

 

b-Peralta

 

1.7.13: Oakland---London, Jack

 

1.7.14: Oakland---Jack London Research Center, Oakland Public Library

 

1.7.15: Oakland---Public Library

 

BOX 8: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, OAKLAND, M-Z

 

1.8.1: Oakland---Mills College

 

1.8.2: Oakland---Museums

 

1.8.3: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Brooklyn

 

1.8.4: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Dimond

 

1.8.5: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Fruitvale

 

1.8.6: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Leona Heights

 

1.8.7: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Temescal

 

1.8.8: Oakland---Parks

 

1.8.9: Oakland---Schools

 

a-Academy of Our Lady of Lourdes

 

b-Allendale

 

c-Brooklyn

 

d-Carpentier

 

e-Durant

 

f-Fremont

 

g-Garfield

 

h-Intermediate #1

 

I-Manzanita

 

j-Oakland H.S.

 

k-Redwood

 

l-St. Joseph's Institute

 

m-Swett (John)

 

n-Tompkins

 

o-Washington

 

1.8.10: Oakland---Streetcars & railways

 

1.8.11: Oakland---Theatres

 

1.8.12: Oakland---Theatres, "Ye Liberty"

 

1.8.13: Oakland---Tribune & other newspapers

 

BOX 9: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, 0-R & T-Z

 

1.9.1: Misc. Subjects, O [incl. Cities & Towns; Individuals]

 

a-Occidental

 

b-Orinda

 

c-Ormsby, William M.

 

d-Owen, Isaac

 

1.9.2: Cities & Towns, P

 

a-Petaluma

 

b-Pine Log

 

c-Placerville

 

d-Pleasanton

 

1.9.3: Individuals, P

 

a-Pacheco Family

 

b-Paul, Rodman

 

c-Perkins, Gov. George

 

d-Pfefferle, John

 

e-Pope Pius IX

 

f-Potrell, Mary

 

g-Putnam, George P.

 

1.9.4: Misc. Subjects, P

 

1.9.5: Piedmont

 

1.9.6: Placer County

 

1.9.7: Pony Express

 

1.9.8: Cities & Towns, R

 

a-Rackerby

 

b-Ramona

 

c-Rattlesnake Bar

 

d-Redding

 

e-Redwood City

 

f-Richmond

 

g-Riverside

 

h-Riverton

 

I-Roach's Camp

 

j-Rough & Ready

 

1.9.9: Individuals, R

 

a-Rand, William H.

 

b-Raspberry, Benager

 

c-Reddy, Pat

 

d-Reed, George W.

 

e-Reeves, Elijah

 

f-Reynolds, William P.

 

g-Roberts de la Fontaine, Oliver

 

h-Root, R.

 

I-Roosevelt, Theodore

 

j-Runnels, Ran

 

1.9.10: Misc. Subjects, R

 

1.9.11: Railroads

 

1.9.12: Red Bluff

 

1.9.13: Redwoods

 

1.9.14: Misc. Cities & Towns, T-Z

 

a-Tahoe City

 

b-Tejon

 

c-Timbuctoo

 

d-Truckee

 

e-Tuolomne City

 

f-Tuttletown

 

g-Union City

 

h-Vacaville

 

i-Vallejo

 

j-Volcano

 

k-Weaverville

 

l-Whiskey Hill

 

m-Witter Spring

 

n-Yankee Jims'

 

1.9.15: Individuals, T-V

 

a-Taylor, Baby Doe

 

b-Taylor William

 

c-Thompson, John "Snowshoe"

 

d-Thorrington, William B.

 

e-Tompkins, Edward

 

f-Tucker, J.C.

 

g-Tupper, Mr.

 

h-Tuttle, Charles R.

 

I-Tuttle, Maria

 

m-Twain, Mark

 

n-Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe

 

o-Van Loben Sels, P.J.

 

1.9.16: Individuals, W-Z

 

a-Wagner, Ernest

 

b-Walker, William

 

c-Warburton, Austen D.

 

d-Warner, Peter

 

e-Whiteker, Herman

 

f-Williamson, Nancy Graves

 

g-Wimmer, Peter

 

h-Winkley, John W.

 

i-Winnemucca, Chief

 

j-Wixom, William W.

 

k-Wright, Ben

 

l-Zumwalt, D.K.

 

1.9.17: Tehama County

 

1.9.18: Trinity County

 

1.9.19: Tuolumne County

 

1.9.20: Universities & Colleges

 

1.9.21: Yosemite

 

1.9.22: Yuba County

 

BOX 10: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, S

 

1.10.1: Cities & Towns, S

 

a-Saint Helena

 

b-San Jose

 

c-San Lorenzo

 

d-San Pablo

 

e-Santa Barbara

 

f-Santa Maria

 

g-Santa Rosa

 

h-Sheridan

 

I-Sierra City

 

j-Silver Mtn.

 

k-Smartville

 

l-South Butte

 

m-Soda Springs

 

n-Solvang

 

o-Summerville

 

1.10.2: Individuals, S

 

a-Searles, John

 

b-Sedlmeier, George A.

 

c-Semich, Mark

 

d-Semple, Robert

 

e-Shane, Charles N.

 

f-Shannon, Mary Fee

 

g-Sharkey Family

 

h-Sherman, Edwin Allen

 

I-Sherman, William Tecumseh

 

j-Shepherd, Jasper Milton

 

k-Sibley, Hiram

 

l-Silliman, James

 

m-Slater, William W.

 

n-Smart, David

 

o-Smith, Donald C.

 

p-Smith, Jedediah

 

q-Smith, Mix

 

r-Smith, William

 

s-Spearman, Arthur D.

 

t-Spiker, Isaac

 

u-Stanford, Leland

 

v-Star, Belle

 

w-Steele Family

 

x-Steere Family

 

y-Stein, Gertrude

 

z-Stevenson, Adlai

 

aa-Stevenson, Robert Louis

 

bb-Stone, John N.

 

cc-Sully, Langdon

 

dd-Sward, John W.

 

1.10.3: Misc. Subjects, S

 

1.10.4: Sacramento

 

1.10.5: San Leandro

 

1.10.6: San Mateo County

 

1.10.7: Santa Clara County

 

1.10.8: Shasta County

 

1.10.9: Ships & Steamers

 

1.10.10: Sonoma County

 

1.10.11: Stockton

 

BOX 11: SAN FRANCISCO---INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS

 

1.11.1: San Francisco---Generalities & Misc. Subjects

 

1.11.2: San Francisco---Earthquake (1906)

 

1.11.3: San Francisco---Ferries

 

1.11.4: San Francisco---Historic Buildings

 

a-Kong Chow Temple

 

b-Livermore Building

 

c-Octagon House

 

d-Old Mint

 

e-Palace of Fine Arts

 

f-Toland's Medical School

 

1.11.5: San Francisco---Individuals

 

a-Hallidie, Andrew S.

 

b-Jacobsen, Peter

 

c-Manning, Agnes M.

 

d-Pearson, James Wilkins

 

1.11.6: San Francisco---South Park Kindergarten (1888)

 

1.11.7: San Francisco---Standard Oil [by J. Walter Held]

 

1.11.8: San Francisco---Streetcars

 

BOX 12: WRITINGS of ROCKWELL HUNT; HENRY MAULDIN & ALEX J. ROSBOROUGH

 

1.12.1: Rockwell D. Hunt Biographical Materials

 

1.12.2: Rockwell D. Hunt. "This Was California" (Jan-Mar) [timeline of important daily events)

 

1.12.3: Rockwell D. Hunt. "This Was California" (Apr-Jun)

 

1.12.4: Rockwell D. Hunt. "This Was California" (Jul-Sep)

 

1.12.5: Rockwell D. Hunt. "This Was California" (Oct-Dec)

 

1.12.6: Rockwell D. Hunt. Biographies of Noted Californians

 

a-Baker, Edward D.

 

b-Bancroft, Hubert Howe

 

c-Barrows, Henry D.

 

d-Behmyer, Lyndon E.

 

e-Benton, Joseph A.

 

f-Bidwell, Annie K. [2]

 

g-Bidwell, John [2]

 

h-Bolton, Herbert Eugene

 

I-Bovard, George Finley

 

j-Bridger, Jim

 

k-Broderick, David

 

l-Buck, Franklin A.

 

m-Carson, Kit

 

n-Cole, Cornelius

 

o-Cooper, Sarah Brown

 

p-Eastwood, Alice

 

q-Engelhardt, Zephyrus

 

r-Fitch, George Hamlin

 

s-Fitzgerald, Oscar Penn

 

t-Fitzpatrick, Thomas

 

u-Galvez, Jose de

 

v-Goethe, Charles M.

 

w-Gwin, William McKendree

 

x-Hearst, Phoebe A.

 

y-Hodge, Frederick W.

 

z-Housh, William A.

 

aa-Hunt, Nancy Cotton

 

bb-James, George Wharton

 

cc-Kearney, Denis

 

dd-Keith, William

 

ee-Lange, Alexis F.

 

ff-Lassen, Peter

 

gg-Leidesdorff, William

 

hh-Lummis, Charles F.

 

ii-McClatchy, James

 

jj-McGroarty, John Steven

 

kk-McLaughlin, Daniel

 

ll-Manley, William Lewis

 

mm-Mighels, Ella Sterling

 

nn-Miller, Frank Augustus

 

oo-Milliken, Robert A.

 

pp-Montgomery, John B.

 

qq-Nevada, Emma

 

rr-Newmark, Harris

 

ss-Ng Poon Chew

 

tt-Olson, Culbert L.

 

uu-Otis, Eliza L.

 

vv-Paxson, Frederick

 

ww-Phelan, James D.

 

xx-Pico, Pio

 

yy-Pottenger, Francis M.

 

zz-Rodman, Ann Page

 

aaa-Rowell, Chester A.

 

bbb-Royce, Sarah Bayliss

 

ccc-Sanchez, Nellie Van Der Griff

 

ddd-Severance, Caroline Seymour

 

eee-Sherman, Edwin A.

 

fff-Shields, Peter J.

 

ggg-Shirley, Dame [Louise S. Clapp]

 

hhh-Shoup, Paul

 

iii-Shuck, Oscar T.

 

jjj-Speegle, Emanuel A.

 

kkk-Stagg, Amos Alonzo

 

lll-Stanford, Jane Lathrop

 

mmm-Stearns, Don Abel

 

nnn-Sutro, Adolph

 

ooo-Sutter, John Augustus

 

ppp-Taylor, William

 

qqq-Vallejo, Mariano G.

 

rrr-Wagner, Henry R.

 

sss-Warren, Earl

 

ttt-Weinstock, Harris

 

uuu-Wheeler, Osgood C.

 

vvv-Willey, Samuel Hopkins

 

www-Winn, Albert M.

 

1.12.7: Henry Mauldin Lake County Historical Articles

 

1.12.8: Alexander J. Rosborough Biographical Materials

 

1.12.9: Alexander J. Rosborough Siskiyou County Historical Articles

 

1.12.10: Alexander J. Rosborough Yreka Historical Articles

 

SERIES 2: VERBARG PERSONAL PAPERS; "KNAVE" CORRESPONDENCE

 

BOX 1: VERBARG BIOGRAPHICAL & PERSONAL PAPERS

 

2.1.1: Leonard Verbarg Biographical Materials

 

2.1.2: Leonard Verbarg Personal Correspondence & Other Personal Papers

 

2.1.3: Papers related to Leonard Verbarg's employment

 

2.1.4: Correspondence re Verbarg's History of Oakland Rotary Club

 

2.1.5: Leonard Verbarg working notes

 

2.1.6: Gertrude Verbarg Personal Injury Papers (1944-1946)

 

2.1.7: Materials on Historic Preservation

 

BOX 2: "KNAVE" CORRESPONDENCE, 1945-1964

 

2.2.1: "Knave" Correspondence, 1945-1950

 

2.2.2: "Knave" Correspondence, 1951-1952

 

2.2.3: "Knave" Correspondence, 1953

 

2.2.4: "Knave" Correspondence, 1954

 

2.2.5: "Knave" Correspondence, 1955

 

2.2.6: "Knave" Correspondence, 1956

 

2.2.7: "Knave" Correspondence, 1957

 

2.2.8: "Knave" Correspondence, 1958

 

2.2.9: "Knave" Correspondence, 1959

 

2.2.10: "Knave" Correspondence, 1960

 

2.2.11: "Knave" Correspondence, 1961

 

2.2.12: "Knave" Correspondence, 1962

 

2.2.13: "Knave" Correspondence, 1963

 

2.2.14: "Knave" Correspondence, 1964

 

BOX 3: "KNAVE" CORRESPONDENCE, 1965-1975

 

2.3.1: "Knave" Correspondence, 1965

 

2.3.2: "Knave" Correspondence, 1966

 

2.3.3: "Knave" Correspondence, 1967

 

2.3.4: "Knave" Correspondence, 1968

 

2.3.5: "Knave" Correspondence, 1969

 

2.3.6: "Knave" Correspondence, 1970

 

2.3.7: "Knave" Correspondence, 1971

 

2.3.8: "Knave" Correspondence, 1972

 

2.3.9: "Knave" Correspondence, 1973

 

2.3.10: "Knave" Correspondence, 1974

 

2.3.11: "Knave" Correspondence, 1975

 

2.3.12: "Knave" Correspondence, undated

 

BOX 4: VOLUMINOUS CORRESPONDENCE W/ HISTORIANS etc.

 

2.4.1: John A. Davies re Calif. Mission Paintings, 1964-1965

 

2.4.2: H.P. Davis re Nevada County History, 1954-1956

 

2.4.3: Rockwell D. Hunt, 1957-1963

 

2.4.4: Ralph Lorimer, Pres. Calif. State Society, 1960-1961

 

2.4.5: Charles M. Loring re steamboats, 1957-1969

 

2.4.6: Howard C. McCaughey re steamboats, 1956-1957

 

2.4.7: Henry Mauldin re Lake County History, 1959

 

2.4.8: Alex J. Rosborough re Siskiyou County History, 1954-1960

 

SERIES 3: MEMORABILIA

 

BOX 1: BAY AREA THEATRE PROGRAMS

 

3.1.1: Oakland---Misc. Theatre Programs

 

a-Dufwin

 

b-Grand-Lake

 

c-Hillside Club

 

d-Lurie

 

e-Mac Arthur

 

f-Oakland Auditorium

 

g-Oakland Technical H.S.

 

h-St. Mary's College

 

i-The Tent Show

 

j-Ye Liberty Playhouse

 

3.1.2: Oakland---Fulton Theatre programs

 

3.1.3: Oakland---MacDonough Theatre programs

 

3.1.4: Oakland---Orpheum Theatre programs

 

3.1.5: San Francisco---Misc. Theatre programs

 

a-Alcazar

 

b-California

 

c-Columbia

 

d-Exposition Auditorium

 

e-Geary

 

f-The Majestic

 

g-Native Sons Hall

 

h-Orpheum

 

i-Pantages

 

j-Van Ness

 

k-War Memorial Opera House

 

BOX 2: "KNAVE" TEAR SHEETS, 1954-1964

 

BOX 3: "KNAVE" TEAR SHEETS, 1964-1969

 

SERIES 4: PHOTOGRAPHS & OTHER VISUAL MATERIALS [subject arr. by Verbarg]

 

BOX 1: A - BOHEMIAN GROVE

 

4.1.1: Admission Day - First

 

4.1.2: Adobes (see also Benicia, Martinez, & oversize)

 

4.1.3: Air Force

 

4.1.4: Alameda - Geo. T. Morris Groceries

 

4.1.5: Alameda - Neptune Beach

 

4.1.6: Alameda - Lincoln Park

 

4.1.7: Alameda - Map (birseye view of Oakland, harbor, and Alameda

 

4.1.8: Alameda - Oil (petroleum plant, ca. 1880)

 

4.1.9: Alameda - Railroad (Locomotive Shed)

 

4.1.10: Alameda - Ships

 

4.1.11: Alameda County - Courthouse - (see also Bieler)

 

4.1.12: Alameda County Historical Society

 

4.1.13: Alcatraz Island

 

4.1.14: Allegheny

 

4.1.15: Almaden (see also oversize)

 

4.1.16: Alvarado (see also oversize)

 

4.1.17: Alviso

 

4.1.18: Amador City

 

4.1.19: Anaheim

 

4.1.20: Angel Island

 

4.1.21: Angels Camp

 

4.1.22: Anna Head School [Berkeley]

 

4.1.23: Arizona

 

4.1.24: Art

 

4.1.25: Art - Sculpture- (see also Oakland - Business Enterprises - Washington Street Market)

 

4.1.26: Automobiles

 

4.1.27: Aviation (see also oversize)

 

4.1.28: Bakersfield

 

4.1.29: Bands/Orchestras (see also oversize)

 

4.1.30: Banks

 

4.1.31: Baseball (see also Oakland - Klinkerville) - Giants

 

4.1.32: Basketball

 

4.1.33: Bay Farm Island

 

4.1.34: "The Bear" [U.S. Coast Guard Ship]

 

4.1.35: Belmont

 

4.1.36: Benicia (see also Adobes oversize)

 

4.1.37: Berkeley (see also oversize & Fires)

 

4.1.38: Berryman Station, 1890 - George Megraw

 

4.1.39: Bidwell Bar

 

4.1.40: Bieler, Ida (Burpee) (contains misc Oakland images)

 

4.1.41: Bigelow's/Bear Creek

 

4.1.42: Bodega

 

4.1.43: Bodega Bay

 

4.1.44: Bohemian Grove (Sonoma County)

 

BOX 2: BOLINAS - JEWEL LAKE

 

4.2.1: Bolinas

 

4.2.2: Boulder Creek

 

4.2.3: Boxers and Boxing

 

4.2.4: Breweries - Falstaff - St. Louis

 

4.2.5: Bridges

 

4.2.6: Bruno, Pete. Barn. Brazil Building Gardens

 

4.2.7: Bunnell's

 

4.2.8: California - History - Art - The Gold Spike Album ( 6 items)

 

4.2.9: California - Book with map, 1669

 

4.2.10: Californios, Tipos - lithograph

 

4.2.11: Campo Seco

 

4.2.12: Camanche

 

4.2.13: Cambria

 

4.2.14: Carmel (see also Portraits - Sterling, George)

 

4.2.15: Carson Hill Mine

 

4.2.16: Circus

 

4.2.17: Civil War - Letter Lewis Durnbaugh to Katey Bartruff

 

4.2.18: Clark, Galen

 

4.2.19: Coloma (see also Brewer)

 

4.2.20: Colorado River - Exploration - Centennial

 

4.2.21: Columbia - Fandango House

 

4.2.22: Concord (see also oversize)

 

4.2.23: Cosumnes River College Library

 

4.2.24: Contra Costa County (see also oversize) - Portraits

 

4.2.25: Coyote Inn, Santa Clara County

 

4.2.26: Death Valley

 

4.2.27: Del Norte County - Military Camps - Forts

 

4.2.28: "Delta Queen"

 

4.2.29: Donner Party

 

4.2.30: Drake, Francis

 

4.2.31: Dublin

 

4.2.32: E Clampus Vitus - Plaques

 

4.2.33: Earthquakes (see also San Francisco - Earthquake)

 

4.2.34: East Bay Children's Hospital

 

4.2.35: Emeryville - Race Track

 

4.2.36: Emeryville - Shellmound Park

 

4.2.37: Emperor Norton

 

4.2.38: Eureka - Carson Mansion

 

4.2.39: Fair Oaks - Orange Grove

 

4.2.40: Felton

 

4.2.41: Ferry Steamers - San Francisco Bay

 

4.2.42: Fire [Berkeley, 1923?] (see also oversize)

 

4.2.43: Football

 

4.2.44: Fort Ross

 

4.2.45: Freeman Family Collection - Brazelle Family

 

4.2.46: Freeman Family Collection - Freeman Family

 

4.2.47: Freeman Family Collection - Freeman's Pharmacy, Oakland

 

4.2.48: Freeman Family Collection - Freeman's Pharmacy, San Leandro

 

4.2.49: Freeman Family Collection - Freeman's Stage - Red Bluff to Lyonsville

 

4.2.50: Freeman Family Collection - Luna Stable, Red Bluff

 

4.2.51: Freeman Family Collection - Lyonsville Mill - Tehama County

 

4.2.52: Freeman Family Collection - Red Bluff

 

4.2.53: Freeman Family Collection - San Leandro - Residence

 

4.2.54: Freeman Family Collection - San Leandro Float, Oakland Parade

 

4.2.55: Freeman Family Collection - San Leandro - Streets

 

4.2.56: Freeman Family Collection - SS "Emile Berliner" Launching, 1943

 

4.2.57: Freeman Family Collection - Tehama County District Attorney

 

4.2.58: Freeman Family Collection - Tehama County - Theatre

 

4.2.59: Freeman Family Collection - Theatre Company - Jesse Shirley Players

 

4.2.60: Fullerton

 

4.2.61: Georgetown

 

4.2.62: Guns

 

4.2.63: Harte, Bret

 

4.2.64: Hayward (see also oversize)

 

4.2.65: Hetch-Hetchy Valley

 

4.2.66: Hotels - Montery - Del Monte

 

4.2.67: Hotels - Winegar's

 

4.2.68: Indians

 

4.2.69: Indian Shell Mounds - Coyote Hills Regional Park

 

4.2.70: Jewel Lake - area (see also Sullivan Ranch)

 

BOX 3: JOHN MUIR TRAIL - NORTH BLOOMFIELD

 

4.3.1: John Muir Trail

 

4.3.2: Kelsey

 

4.3.3: Knowland, Joseph R. - Photo Collection

 

4.3.4: Missions, Buildings, mostly unidentified

 

4.3.5: Ku Klux Klan

 

4.3.6: La Porte - Freight hauling - Drivers

 

4.3.7: Lake Temescal

 

4.3.8: Leona Heights (Oakland)

 

4.3.9: Livermore

 

4.3.10: London, Jack

 

4.3.11: Los Angeles

 

4.3.12: Los Gatos

 

4.3.13: Manteca

 

4.3.14: Marine

 

4.3.15: Masonic

 

4.3.16: McCloud River - Fowler's Hotel

 

4.3.17: Mexican Era

 

4.3.18: Melones (see also Carson Hill Mine)

 

4.3.19: Michigan [Bluff] City - Placer County

 

4.3.20: Mill Valley

 

4.3.21: Miller, Joaquin - Residence

 

4.3.22: Mills College

 

4.3.23: Mission San Jose

 

4.3.24: Mission Santa Ynez

 

4.3.25: Mission, unidentified (see also Knowland Collection)

 

4.3.26: Money - U. S. Treasury

 

4.3.27: Mother Lode

 

4.3.28: Mount Lassen

 

4.3.29: Mount Ophir

 

4.3.30: Mount Tamalpias - excursion train

 

4.3.31: Murphys

 

4.3.32: Nevada - Roff (see also Portraits - Houghton, Fred)

 

4.3.33: Newark

 

4.3.34: Niagara Falls

 

4.3.35: Niles

 

4.3.36: New Mexico

 

4.3.37: North Bloomfield [formerly Humbug] (Nevada County)

 

BOX 4: OAKLAND---A - OAKLAND---GARBAGE COLLECTION

 

4.4.1: Aerial Views (see also oversize)

 

4.4.2: Allendale District

 

4.4.3: Badger Park

 

4.4.4: Bands (see also Oakland, CA - Streets - Clay St.)

 

4.4.5: Baseball (see also oversize; Baseball; Streets - 13th St.; Klinknerville; Freeman Park [oversize])

 

4.4.6: Brooklyn District

 

4.4.7: Buildings - apartments

 

4.4.8: Bushnell Block

 

4.4.9: Business Enterprises - Ball, N.A., Grocers

 

4.4.10: Business Enterprises - Daniels (see also Oakland - Streets - Broadway)

 

4.4.11: Business Enterprises - Heagerty General Store

 

4.4.12: Business Enterprises - Oakland Planing Mill

 

4.4.13: Business Enterprises - Washington Market

 

4.4.14: Claremont District

 

4.4.15: Celebrations

 

4.4.16: Cemeteries (see also Oakland - Transportation)

 

4.4.17: Churches (see also Oakland -Streets - 14th St, Broadway, Clay St, Webster St.) - First Congregational

 

4.4.18: Churches (see also Oakland -Streets - 14th St, Broadway, Clay St, Webster St.) - Presbyterian

 

4.4.19: City Hall

 

4.4.20: College

 

4.4.21: Dimond District (see also Fruitvale) - Dimond Fire Company

 

4.4.22: Dimond District (see also Fruitvale) - Dimond Game Club, Hugh Dimond property

 

4.4.23: Dwellings - Alden, S. E.

 

4.4.24: Dwellings - Armes, George W.

 

4.4.25: Dwellings - Bailey, W.H.

 

4.4.26: Dwellings - Barker, T.L.

 

4.4.27: Dwellings - Benton, Mrs. (Ebell Club met there 1876)

 

4.4.28: Dwellings - Blasdel, H. G.

 

4.4.29: Dwellings - Browne, J. Ross

 

4.4.30: Dwellings - Cameron Stanford House (separate folder)

 

4.4.31: Dwellings - Davis, Robert

 

4.4.32: Dwellings - Floud, John W.

 

4.4.33: Dwellings - Gallagher, "Big Jim" (separate folder)

 

4.4.34: Dwellings - Hays, Col. John C.

 

4.4.35: Dwellings - Hellman, I. W.

 

4.4.36: Dwellings - King, Charles H. (separate folder, includes Family)

 

4.4.37: Dwellings - Latham (later Lukens)

 

4.4.38: Dwellings - Larue, Judge James

 

4.4.39: Dwellings - Mason, Wm. C.

 

4.4.40: Dwellings - Remillard

 

4.4.41: Dwellings - Russ, Mr.

 

4.4.42: Dwellings - Schilling, A. F.

 

4.4.43: Dwellings - Smith, F.M. "Borax", Estate (separate folder)

 

4.4.44: Dwellings - Williams, Mayor (1869)

 

4.4.45: Dwellings - Unidentified

 

4.4.46: Elks Club

 

4.4.47: Elmhurst

 

4.4.48: Estuary (see also Oakland-Port and Oakland-Harbor)

 

4.4.49: Excelsior Heights District

 

4.4.50: Fire Department

 

4.4.51: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Brendenmuhl, August (later Stotts)

 

4.4.52: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Cumming, Capt. G.

 

4.4.53: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Fredrickson, P.C.

 

4.4.54: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Henderson

 

4.4.55: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Heeseman

 

4.4.56: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Hinkley, Daniel B., Harry G.

 

4.4.57: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Sanford, Elizabeth

 

4.4.58: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Stilwell, Henry C.

 

4.4.59: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Stotts, A.P.

 

4.4.60: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Upper Fruitvale

 

4.4.61: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Welch, George D.

 

4.4.62: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Unidentified

 

4.4.63: Fruitvale Area - Fire Dept.

 

4.4.64: Fruitvale Area - Frederickson, P.C. Coal, Hay Grain and Feed Dealers

 

4.4.65: Fruitvale Area - Fruitvale Fire Company

 

4.4.66: Garbage Collection

 

BOX 5: OAKLAND---GENERAL VIEWS - OAKLAND---SHERIFF

 

4.5.1: General Views

 

4.5.2: Havenscourt District

 

4.5.3: Hospitals

 

4.5.4: Hotels - Oakland Hotel - Clark Suite - views

 

4.5.5: Hotels - Grove Street Hotel

 

4.5.6: Hotels - Tepper's

 

4.5.7: Howe Tract

 

4.5.8: Industry

 

4.5.9: Klinknerville (see also Baseball)

 

4.5.10: Labor and Laboring classes - (see also Oakland - Business Enterprises - Oakland Planing Mill)

 

4.5.11: Lake Merritt (see also Oakland - Streets - 12th, 15th, Grand St.; see also oversize)

 

4.5.12: Lakeside Park

 

4.5.13: Melrose District

 

4.5.14: Military Academy

 

4.5.15: Miscellaneous

 

4.5.16: Museum (see also oversize)

 

4.5.17: National Guard (see also Oakland - Streets - Clay Street)

 

4.5.18: Newspapers (see also oversize; Photographers - Press)

 

4.5.19: Ostrich Farm (Fruitvale)

 

4.5.20: Parades

 

4.5.21: Piedmont Baths (see also Oakland - Baseball - Freeman Park [oversize])

 

4.5.22: Police (see also oversize)

 

4.5.23: Port of Oakland (see also Oakland - Estuary & Oakland - Harbor)

 

4.5.24: Real Estate Board

 

4.5.25: Rockridge

 

4.5.26: Rotary Club (see also Oakland - Streets - 13th St.)

 

4.5.27: Schillings Park

 

4.5.28: Schools - Snell's Seminary for Girls

 

4.5.29: Schools - St. Albert's College

 

4.5.30: Schools - St. Mary's College

 

4.5.31: Service Stations

 

4.5.32: Sheriff

 

BOX 6: OAKLAND---STREETS - OAKLAND---TRANSPORTATION

 

4.6.1: Streets - 4th Ave,

 

4.6.2: Streets - 7th St.

 

4.6.3: Streets - 8th St.

 

4.6.4: Streets - 9th St.

 

4.6.5: Streets - 11th St.

 

4.6.6: Streets - 12th St.

 

4.6.7: Streets - 13th St.

 

4.6.8: Streets - 14th St. (see also oversize)

 

4.6.9: Streets - 15th St.

 

4.6.10: Streets - Alice St.

 

4.6.11: Streets - Broadway

 

4.6.12: Streets - Castro St.

 

4.6.13: Streets - Clay St.

 

4.6.14: Streets - Filbert St.

 

4.6.15: Streets - Franklin St.

 

4.6.16: Streets - Grand Ave.

 

4.6.17: Streets - Grove St.

 

4.6.18: Streets - Harrison St.

 

4.6.19: Streets - Jackson St.

 

4.6.20: Streets - Madison St.

 

4.6.21: Streets - Market St.

 

4.6.22: Streets - Park St.

 

4.6.23: Streets - San Pablo Blvd. (see also oversize)

 

4.6.24: Streets - Telegraph

 

4.6.25: Streets - Tunnel Road

 

4.6.26: Streets - Washington St.

 

4.6.27: Streets - Webster St.

 

4.6.28: Telephone Company

 

4.6.29: Temescal

 

4.6.30: Theaters (see also Theaters; Oakland - Streets - Grand Ave.)

 

4.6.31: Tilden Park [Berkeley] - Eucalyptus

 

4.6.32: Transportation - Horse Cars (see also oversize)

 

4.6.33: Transportation - Key System

 

4.6.34: Transportation - Vernon Heights

 

4.6.35: Transportation - Views, Not Identified (see also oversize)

 

4.6.36: Transportation - Wharf (see also Oakland-Port; Oakland - Estuary; Hogan Lumber Co.

 

BOX 7: OVERLAND MAIL - SALOON

 

4.7.1: Overland Mail

 

4.7.2: Pacheco

 

4.7.3: Pacific Gas and Electric

 

4.7.4: Pacific Telephone Co.

 

4.7.5: Palo Alto

 

4.7.6: Pardee Residence (see also Oakland - Dwellings)

 

4.7.7: Pardee Reservoir

 

4.7.8: Piedmont - Piedmont Avenue

 

4.7.9: Piedmont - Residences - Cheney

 

4.7.10: Piedmont - Wildwood Gardens

 

4.7.11: Placer County

 

4.7.12: Plattville (Plumas County)

 

4.7.13: Pleasanton

 

4.7.14: Pleasant Valley Road

 

4.7.15: Poker Flat

 

4.7.16: Police (see also Oakland - Police; oversize)

 

4.7.17: Portraits - Misc. Alameda County, A-J

 

4.7.18: Portraits - Misc. Alameda County, K-W

 

4.7.19: Portraits - Misc. Anderson, Bronco Billy

 

4.7.20: Portraits - Misc. Brewer, C. E. - Coloma

 

4.7.21: Portraits - Misc. Clar

 

4.7.22: Portraits - Misc. Coolbrith, Ina

 

4.7.23: Portraits - Misc. Death Valley Scotty

 

4.7.24: Portraits - Misc. Eaton Family (see also Woodland)

 

4.7.25: Portraits - Misc. Haven, Lila Rand

 

4.7.26: Portraits - Misc. Hearst, Phoebe

 

4.7.27: Portraits - Misc. Houghton, Frederick (see also Nevada - Roff)

 

4.7.28: Portraits - Misc. James, Helen (East Bay Water Company's "Bubbles")

 

4.7.29: Portraits - Misc. King, David Andrew

 

4.7.30: Portraits - Misc. Pickford, Mary (with others)

 

4.7.31: Portraits - Misc. Sterling, George (at Carmel)

 

4.7.32: Portraits - Misc. Tenney, Rev. William Alfred (Fruitvale Congregational Church)

 

4.7.33: Portraits - Misc. Unidentified [possible Verbarg Family]

 

4.7.34: Portraits - Misc. Unidentified

 

4.7.35: Portraits - Misc. Welch, George, family (see also Oakland, Fruitvale area)

 

4.7.36: Post Cards, Misc

 

4.7.37: Putah Creek

 

4.7.38: Radio Station

 

4.7.39: Railroads - Golden Spike Centennial

 

4.7.40: Railroads - Oakland & Antioch

 

4.7.41: Railroads - Southern Pacific (see also Oakland - Streets - Broadway; Oakland - Transportation)

 

4.7.42: Redwoods

 

4.7.43: Roland Ranch - Inspiration Point - Baden Ranch

 

4.7.44: Rugby

 

4.7.45: Sacramento (see also oversize; Sutter's Fort)

 

4.7.46: Saloon, Hanifin's

 

BOX 8: SAN FRANCISCO, A-SOUTH PARK

 

4.8.1: San Francisco - Banks

 

4.8.2: San Francisco - Barbary Coast

 

4.8.3: San Francisco - Buildings - American Trust Co.

 

4.8.4: San Francisco - Chinatown

 

4.8.5: San Francisco - Cliff House

 

4.8.6: San Francisco - Earthquake

 

4.8.7: San Francisco - Fort Point

 

4.8.8: San Francisco - Fort Point Museum

 

4.8.9: San Francisco - Foundry - Whyte & De Rome

 

4.8.10: San Francisco - Golden Gate

 

4.8.11: San Francisco - Harbor

 

4.8.12: San Francisco - Hotels

 

4.8.13: San Francisco - Moss Beach Station

 

4.8.14: San Francisco - Newspapers (see also oversize)

 

4.8.15: San Francisco - Parades

 

4.8.16: San Francisco - Portsmouth Square

 

4.8.17: San Francisco - Rincon Hill

 

4.8.18: San Francisco - South Park

 

BOX 9: SAN FRANCISCO, STREETS - YOUNTVILLE

 

4.9.1: San Francisco - Streets - Clay St.

 

4.9.2: San Francisco - Streets - Market St.

 

4.9.3: San Francisco - Streets - Montgomery St.

 

4.9.4: San Francisco - Theaters

 

4.9.5: San Francisco - Transportation

 

4.9.6: San Jose

 

4.9.7: San Leandro - Business Enterprises

 

4.9.8: San Leandro - People

 

4.9.9: San Leandro - Streets (see also Freeman Family Collection)

 

4.9.10: San Leandro Creek

 

4.9.11: San Simeon

 

4.9.12: Santa Clara County

 

4.9.13: Santa Cruz

 

4.9.14: Schools (see also oversize)

 

4.9.15: Schools - Redwood Canyon

 

4.9.16: Sea Lions

 

4.9.17: Seigler Springs - School

 

4.9.18: Ships (see also "Delta Queen"; Oakland Wharves) - Lighthouse Tenders

 

4.9.19: Ships (see also "Delta Queen"; Oakland Wharves) - Steamers, "Capt. Weber"

 

4.9.20: Shipwrecks - S.S. "Harvard"

 

4.9.21: Shipyards

 

4.9.22: Sonoma

 

4.9.23: Sonora

 

4.9.24: South Shasta Steam Threshing Bee

 

4.9.25: Spring Valley Water Works

 

4.9.26: St. Helena - Italian stone masons

 

4.9.27: St. Theresa's Parish

 

4.9.28: Stage Coach (see also Oakland - Transportation;Wells Fargo, oversize)

 

4.9.29: Street Cars (see also Oakland - Transportation)

 

4.9.30: Sullivan Ranch (Wildcat Canyon)

 

4.9.31: Suñol

 

4.9.32: Surveying

 

4.9.33: Sutter's Mill

 

4.9.34: Table Rock

 

4.9.35: Tahoe City

 

4.9.36: Trees

 

4.9.37: Unidentified (see also oversize)

 

4.9.38: University of California, Berkeley

 

4.9.39: Utah

 

4.9.40: Vallejo (Mare Island) (see also oversize)

 

4.9.41: Wakamatsu Colony

 

4.9.42: Washington D. C.

 

4.9.43: Water Wagon

 

4.9.44: Weaverville

 

4.9.45: Wells Fargo & Co.

 

4.9.46: Wildcat Canyon (see also Sullivan Ranch; Jewel Lake)

 

4.9.47: Windmill

 

4.9.48: Woodland (see also Portraits - Eaton Family)

 

4.9.49: Ygnacio Valley (Heather Farms)

 

4.9.50: Yosemite

 

4.9.51: Yountville

 

BOX 10 [oversize]: LARGE PHOTOGRAPHS

 

4.10.1: Adobes

 

4.10.2: Alameda

 

4.10.3: Almaden

 

4.10.4: Alvarado

 

4.10.5: Aviation

 

4.10.6: Bands/Orchestras

 

4.10.7: Berkeley

 

4.10.8: Capitol (see Vallejo)

 

4.10.9: Communism

 

4.10.10: Contra Costa County

 

4.10.11: Dwellings, not identified

 

4.10.12: Earthquakes

 

4.10.13: Fire [Berkeley, 1923?]

 

4.10.14: Floods

 

4.10.15: Hayward

 

4.10.16: Hotels - Big Valley House

 

4.10.17: Leopard

 

4.10.18: Martinez

 

4.10.19: Mount Diablo - Stage

 

4.10.20: Napa County - Parks

 

4.10.21: Oakland - Aerial Views

 

4.10.22: Oakland - Baseball - Freeman Park

 

4.10.23: Oakland - Brayton Hall

 

4.10.24: Oakland - Corp Yard - sprinkler wagon brigade

 

4.10.25: Oakland - Dwellings - Merritt

 

4.10.26: Oakland - Dwellings - Pardee

 

4.10.27: Oakland - Lake Merritt

 

4.10.28: Oakland - Map

 

4.10.29: Oakland - Museum

 

4.10.30: Oakland - Piedmont Baths

 

4.10.31: Oakland - Streets - 14th St.

 

4.10.32: Oakland - Streets - San Pablo Blvd.

 

4.10.33: Oakland - Transportation - Horse Cars

 

4.10.34: Oakland - Transportation - Oakland Traction Co.

 

4.10.35: Oakland - Transportation - Views, Not Identified

 

4.10.36: Oakland - Wharf

 

4.10.37: Parrot's Ferry

 

4.10.38: Peralta Dwellings

 

4.10.39: Photography - Press

 

4.10.40: Police

 

4.10.41: Railroads - California Western

 

4.10.42: Railroads - Sierra

 

4.10.43: Railroads - Western Pacific

 

4.10.44: Railroads - Yosemite Valley

 

4.10.45: Robinson's [Mill]

 

4.10.46: Sacramento

 

4.10.47: San Francisco - Newspapers

 

4.10.48: San Francisco - Bond Rally, Union 1861

 

4.10.49: Schools

 

4.10.50: Soldiers

 

4.10.51: Stage Coach - Wells Fargo

 

4.10.52: Sutter's Fort

 

4.10.53: Unidentified

 

4.10.54: Vallejo (Mare Island)

 

4.10.55: Ventura County - Limoneira Ranch

 

4.10.56: Wagons - Wagon Trade

 

4.10.57: Water Supply - Flume

 

BOX 11: PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPHS

 

4.11.1: Panama Pacific International Exposition, SF (1915) [2]

 

4.11.2: Shell Mound Pistol and Rifle Club Members (1901)

 

4.11.3: Unidentified coastal town (c1900)

 

B0X 12 [oversize]: "KNAVE" ILLUSTRATIVE ART [chiefly the work of R. Marta, Oakland Tribune staff artist]

 

4.12.1: Academy of Music

 

4.12.2: Assay Office

 

4.12.3: Automobile

 

4.12.4: Automobile/Service Station

 

4.12.5: Balloon launching

 

4.12.6: Barrels

 

4.12.7: Bear in City

 

4.12.8: Boxers

 

4.12.9: Buildings, not identified

 

4.12.10: Celebration in street (night)

 

4.12.11: ChandelIer

 

4.12.12: Chef

 

4.12.13: Chicken in Living Room

 

4.12.14: Christmas tree w/ stockings

 

4.12.15: Cliff House

 

4.12.16: Covered Wagon

 

4.12.17: Cow grazing in foothills

 

4.12.18: Dawn and the Dons

 

4.12.19: Debutantes

 

4.12.20: Doctor with Child

 

4.12.21: The Dreamer #1 v.1

 

4.12.22: Earthquake Ruins

 

4.12.23: Eucalyptus

 

4.12.24: Gold Pan and Pick

 

4.12.25: Gold Panning

 

4.12.26: Ice Wagon

 

4.12.27: Lamp/Scales

 

4.12.28: Lumber Mill

 

4.12.29: Man w/ donkey

 

4.12.30: Man w/ flashlight in office

 

4.12.31: "Merry Christmas" w/ border

 

4.12.32: Mission

 

4.12.33: Mora, Jo - sketch

 

4.12.34: Mt. St. Helena Inn

 

4.12.35: Newsboy

 

4.12.36: Peacock

 

4.12.37: Peerless Stage, Oakland

 

4.12.38: Photographer behind camera

 

4.12.39: Political Cartoon

 

4.12.40: Pony Express Rider

 

4.12.41: Portraits: Ina Coolbrith

 

4.12.42: Portraits: Garret Mc Enerney

 

4.12.43: Portraits: Bret Harte

 

4.12.44: Portraits: Charles Warren Stoddard

 

4.12.45: Radio Stations: KLX

 

4.12.46: Radio Stations: KMN

 

4.12.47: Rifle and shells

 

4.12.48: Roller Coaster

 

4.12.49: Sailing Ship

 

4.12.50: Ship by City

 

4.12.51: Ship w/people at dockside

 

4.12.52: Ship in harbor

 

4.12.53: Shipwreck

 

4.12.54: Social Gathering

 

4.12.55: Soldiers

 

4.12.56: Stage Coach [2]

 

4.12.57: Street Scenes

 

4.12.58: Tankhouse

 

4.12.59: Theatre

 

4.12.60: Toy Horse and Ball

 

4.12.61: Train

 

4.12.62: Turkeys around Verbarg bed

 

4.12.63: Wells Fargo Stage Coach

 

4.12.64: Woman seated in doorway overlooking beach

 

4.12.65: Other Art

 

4.12.66: "Ducks Landing"