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Guide to the San Francisco News-Call Bulletin Newspaper Photograph Archive, ca. 1915-1965
BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG  
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Chinese Doctor C.Y. Ling return from Formosa (Taiwan) (he served as advisor to Chiang Kai Shek and instructor in economics at War College in Taipei)

 

Haile Selassie's fortune teller on tour

 

Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken serving meal in St. Anthony's Kitchen

 

The Core (ship) (looking for telephone cable)

 

Conductor William Denney rehearsing San Francisco Symphony

 

Author(?) Florence Rose

 

"Acid bride" trial

 

Iva Kroeger trial [01-14-63 - 01-29-63, ca. 35 negatives]

 

New Public Welfare Commissioner Ben Blumenthal sworn in by Judge Leland Lazarus (includes Mayor George Christopher)

 

House tour of Victorian home at 415 Douglas Street

 

Main entrance to Temple Emanu-El (Arguello Bulevard and Lake Streets)

 

Press conference with US Under Secretary of Labor William F. Henning and William F. Grader

 

Russian authors Victor S. Rozov, Valentin P. Katayev, and Frida Lurye

 

Radio KPFS press conference (acting President of Pacifica Foundation Trevor Thomas and others)

 

Don Sherwood case

 

Democratic politicians Jesse Unruh and Don King [01-17-63, 4 negatives]

 

Democratic Politicians Jesse Unruh and Don King -- Columbus Avenue(January 17, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 192, [01-17-63.05]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Jesse Unruh and Don King standing at a podium.
 

California Historical Society Awards (Warren Howell, Dwight L. Clark, Walter Starr, and Albert Shumate)

 

Palo Alto drive-in theater

 

Bishop James A. Pike and Archbishop Thomas G. McGucken at lunch

 

Russian scientists at Bay Area Pollution Control District

 

"The Potential of Woman" panel on "The Private World of Mrs. Mitty" at UC Hospital (Alice K. Leopold, Enoch Callaway, Alan Watts, John Money, Esther Peterson, and others) [01-19-63 - 01-26-63, ca. 25 negatives]

 

Hearst team William Randolph Hearst, Frank Coniff, and Bob Considine

 

Allan Sherman press conference

 

Antonio Sotomayer and wife at his show at M.H. De Young Memorial Museum [01-28-63, 3 negatives]

 

Antonio Sotomayer -- M.H. De Young Memorial Museum(January 28, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 192, [01-28-63.05]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Antonio Sotomayer, his wife, and Mrs. Edwin Callan sitting on stairs at the M.H. De Young Memorial Museum.
 

Musician Louis Satchmo Armstrong learns Chinese moon guitar [01-30-63, 3 negatives]

 

Louis Satchmo Armstrong Learns Chinese Moon Guitar -- Fairmont Hotel (January 30, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 192, [01-30-63.07]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Louis Armstrong playing the Chinese moon guitar while owner of Imperial Palace restaurant Kee Joon holds a trumpet.
 

Consul General P.N. Meno of India

 

Interview with J.C. Penny

 

Council for Civic Unity Annual Dinner meeting (Daniel Koshland, Nathaniel Colley, and Mrs. James A. Pike)

 

Actress Shirley Temple as mermaid at Sheraton Palace [01-31-63, 8 negatives]

 

Doctor Carlton B. Goodlett

 

February 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [020063-022863]

Physical Description: 550 negatives (estimate)
 

New President of NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Doctor Thomas Burpri (Afro-Americans) [02-01-63, 3 negatives]

 

New President -- National Association for the Advancement of Colored People(February 01, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-01-63.02]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portrait of the new NAACP president, Doctor Thomas Burpri (civil rights, Afro-Americans)
 

Members of US 1963 Mount Everest expedition [02-01-63, 12 negatives]

 

Members of the United States 1963 Mount Everest Expedition(February 01, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-01-63.03]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Members include biophysicist Will Siri, Doctor Gilbert Roberts, physician and clinical psychologist James T. Lester.
 

Contestants for Chinatown Queen contest and Miss Chinatown USA [various dates]

 

Crab boats (ships) stream out to the bay (funeral cortege) [02-02-63, 8 negatives]

 

Crab Boats Sail in Funeral Cortege(February 02, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-02-63.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Crab ships heading out to the bay for a funeral. View from shore.
 

Beauty therapy (hair dressers show kids hairdos at Youth Guidance Center) (fashion)

 

Scene in front of Brooks Camera Store at Maiden Lane (cityscapes)

 

Gathering at French Consulate at 740 Taylor Street (Consul Pierre Basderant?)

 

San Jose Kapalaney and Iva Kroeger trial [02-04-63 - 02-27-63, ca. 85 negatives]

 

Judging of children's art to be seen at M.H. De Young Memorial Museum

 

Opening of "Flea Market" at I. Magnin store

 

San Francisco Council of Churches (new and old President Reverend G. Howie and Reverend C. Julian Bartlett)

 

Doctor Kenneth Blaylock "peddling dope" (narcotics)

 

Bethel Armenian Presbyterian church at 1620 Irving Street

 

Supervisor Harold Dobbs and family

 

Indian tipi up for auction at Children's Garden Auction

 

Meeting to call strike on Southern Pacific Company (railroad, transportation) (William McGovern, James Weaver, and others) (labor) [02-06-63 - 02-25-63, ca. 35 negatives]

 

Strike Deadline -- Southern Pacific Company -- San Francisco Depot(February 06, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-06-63.03]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Shots of crowds inside the Southern Pacific depot (labor).
 

Strike -- Southern Pacific Company(February 07, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-07-63.01-02]

Physical Description: 13 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Commuters leaving Southern Pacific station at Third Street and Townsend Street (labor).
 

Strike -- Southern Pacific Company(February 07, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-07-63.02]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

K.K. Schemp(?), Manager of Personnel, and Frank O'Neill, Chief of Federal Mediation Board (labor).
 

Railway and Steamship Clerks Meet -- Strike on Southern Pacific Company(February 25, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-25-63.08]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

General Chairman James Weaver and Vice President William McGovern holding up a strike sign (labor).
 

MGM Cinerama movie "How the West was Won" (Mayor George Christopher, Thor Smith, Cindy Kemper, and others)

 

Publishers dinner (Oakland Tribune publisher Joseph Knowland, and AP journalists Wes Gallager and Bob Eunson)

 

UC Berkeley Chancelor Edward Strong

 

Crowning of Miss Chinatown USA

 

Marin County high school marching to Point Reyes

 

Salvation Army candy sale

 

First "negro" Democrat from Georgia Leroy Johnston elected to legislature (Afro-Americans)

 

Tiburon Marine Laboratory submarine (ship)

 

Sita Dimitroff expelled from San Francisco Conservatory of Music

 

HMS Cassandra (ship)

 

5000th Chinese refugee arrives from Hong Kong on President Wilson (ship) [02-19-63, 2 negatives]

 

Five-Thousandth Chinese Refugee Arrives from Hong Kong(February 19, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-19-63.07]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Li Ching-hwa and children Lelia, Florence, Jean, Thomas, Jr., Joseph, Theresa, and Lily getting off the the President Wilson (ship).
 

Press and Union League tipi for movie "How the West was Won" with Princess Tanya and others

 

Chancellor John O. Williams

 

Politician Elmer Eugene Robinson

 

Association of Catholic Newsmen (Jack Miller, Ernie Lans, Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken, and others)

 

Spanish guitarists Romero family

 

Prince and Princess of Tonga

 

New San Francisco Library Commissioner E. Morris Cox

 

Jewish Community Center at California and Presidio Streets

 

Sir Charles Connell aboard Balclutha (ship)

 

News-Call Bulletin writer Dr. Russell Kirk

 

Ex-vice chairman of United Jewish Appeal Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman of New York

 

Hawaiian ukulele class for kids at Junipero Serra Playground

 

Dr. Ilse Wolff and German Consul General Dr. Franz Breer

 

Jewish Community Center at California and Presidio Streets

 

Kindergarten children picket Mayor George Christopher's office protesting rule on animals at Randall Junior Museum (social protests)

 

Former Mayor Roger D. Lapham

 

Demolition of Fox Theatre at Market and Polk Streets [02-28-63, 34 negatives]

 

Demolition of Fox Theatre -- Market Street and Polk Street(February 28, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-28-63.10-11]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Shots of women in model posture perched atop wrecking ball to celebrate demolition of the Fox Theatre. Some medium distance shots of theater being destroyed.
 

Demolition of Fox Theatre -- Market Street and Polk Street(February 28, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 193, [02-28-63.11]

Physical Description: 22 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Lupe Elias sheds a tear for the Fox Theatre, with holes in theater in background. Views from inside the theater towards California State Auto Insurance Company. Medium distance shots of destruction.
 

March 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [030063-033163]

Physical Description: 650 negatives (estimate)
 

California Teachers Conference (Ambassador B.K. Nehru of India and Deputy Secretary of Education Tobias R. Weaver of Great Britain)

 

Southern Pacific Railroad union official (meeting relating to strike) (labor) [03-00-63, 12 negatives]

 

Southern Pacific Railroad Union Official(March 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-00-63.01]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Southern Pacific Railroad union official standing and pointing to a map of the western United States. Union official speaking into a microphone (labor).
 

Iva Kroeger case [03-00-63 - 03-26-63, ca. 40 negatives]

 

Geza DeKapelany case

 

Jewish Home for Aged

 

Artist Mary Augusta Cross

 

Ambassador Heinreik (Heinrich?) K. Knappstein of Germany

 

New south wing at San Francisco Airport

 

Beatniks at Hall of Justice [03-05-63, 12 negatives]

 

Beatniks -- Hall of Justice(March 05, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-05-63.05]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Beatniks standing in court. View of a barefoot woman.
 

UC Berkeley cyclotron scenes, Bevatron [03-05-63, 14 negatives]

 

UC Cyclotron Scenes (Bevatron)(March 05, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-05-63.06]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of installation. Man standing next to the cyclotron. Man in a hard hat pushing a concrete door open. Men observing the cyclotron (atomic age, technology).
 

Panhellenic Fashion Society

 

Young Adult Nite Club (night club, includes musician Bobby Freeman) [03-06-63, 2 negatives]

 

Young Adult Nite Club -- Bush Street(March 06, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-06-63.02]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Pete Marino Jr., Bobby Freeman (holding record), and Bob Joseph sitting around a table.
 

Blind fashion show (disabled persons)

 

Hi-fi set at opening of Decorations and Hi-Fi Show (home audio equipment, fashion, technology)

 

Loyola Guild rummage sale

 

Totem pole gift to Lions Club

 

Gents singing during ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) night

 

Skirt styles by Pat Mahan (fashion)

 

Studebaker Avanti car [03-08-63, 4 negatives]

 

Studebaker Avanti Car -- Bob Waters's Dealership(March 08, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-08-63.06]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Alf Anderson and Bob Waters standing next to the Studebaker Avanti car in Waters's showroom.
 

Democratic committee takes ride in helicopter (William S. Potter and Mayor George Christopher)

 

Easter hats for women (fashion)

 

Chinese opera star Lai Lin Ng from Hong Kong

 

Politician Dean Acheson [03-11-63, 7 negatives]

 

Politician Dean Acheson -- University House, Berkeley(March 11, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-11-63.11]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Dean Acheson seating at a table and speaking into a microphone.
 

Air raid shelter (civil defense) [03-12-63, 14 negatives]

 

Air Raid Shelter -- Seventh and Howard Streets(March 12, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-12-63.02]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mayor George Christopher atop a ladder placing a fallout shelter sign on a pole. Police chief Cahill, fire chief Murray, and Christopher in the shelter testing water from a bucket. Tome Larke, chairman of mayor's(?) committee on civil defense resting against brooms in the shelter (civil defense).
 

Physician Russell V. Lee

 

Master plan for Lake Tahoe presented by George Gatter

 

Grace Cathedral cross [03-19-63, 33 negatives]

 

Grace Cathedral Cross -- Grace Cathedral(March 19, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-19-63.05]

Physical Description: 33 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Bishop Pike blessing the cross as it is raised up by crane, small crowd watching. Views of the cathedral under construction. Views of the cross as it is lowered into position atop the cathedral.
 

Norwegian ship Bergensfjord

 

UC plays role in space program [03-20-63, 10 negatives]

 

UC Plays Role in Space Program(March 20, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-20-63.05]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Cynthia Brush looking at model astronaut sitting in the aft section of proposed space capsule. M. Sabana(?) looks at the Ranger Series Exploration Lunar Landing Capsule Mission (drawings). Paul Kejloff, Roy Holloway, and E.H. Connolly examine space capsule (space age).
 

Artists Bill Geis and Deborah Remington

 

Alcatraz Prison (last prisoners removed, inside cell blocks, etc.) (03-21-63, 80 negatives)

 

Alcatraz Prison Closes -- Alcatraz and Executive(?) Airport(March 21, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-21-63.08-09]

Physical Description: 80 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Alcatraz convicts exiting bus directly into airplane. Last convict, Davis, entering the airplane. General views of guard tower, prison bars, and the interior of the prison (entrance to cafeteria, cells, hallways, spiral staircase). Reporters gathered at a news conference. Exterior views of the prison. Men standing over model replica of the prison. Shots of the "population assignments" board. Views of the convicts exiting the prison. Views of boats leaving the island.
 

Author Kathleen Norris

 

Astronaut Walter M. Schirra [03-22-63, 6 negatives]

 

Astronaut Walter M. Schirra Jr. -- UC Campus(March 22, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-22-63.03]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Astronaut Walter M. Schirra Jr. sitting at a table behind microphones. Schirra standing next to a model space capsule. Schirra speaking with man and woman (space age).
 

Congressman Donald M. Fraser of Minneapolis

 

One of the chaplains to the British Royal Family Dr. Neville Davidson

 

Charge d'Affairs from Embassy of Ghana Osei Tutu

 

Shrine Directors convention

 

Marine receives Purple Heart for service in Vietnam war

 

Presidio designated National Historic Landmark

 

Fashions (furs, shoes, purses, etc.)

 

Artist Shirley Boccaccio

 

Community Music Center rummage sale

 

San Francisco model Pat Mahan files income tax

 

Sherith Israel Sisterhood

 

St. Vincent's Godfathers Club

 

Oriana (ship)

 

Vases from Fox Theatre (includes Ralph J.A. Stern, Homer Arons, and Mayor George Christopher)

 

Peace Corps

 

Proposed construction of tennis courts at Russian Hill debate

 

Shrine parade

 

Dedication of new jet liner named for William Allan Patterson

 

Former NATO Commander in Chief General Lauris Norstad [03-29-63, 2 negatives]

 

Former NATO Commander in Chief General Lauris Norstad -- Fairmont Hotel(March 29, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 194, [03-29-63.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

General Lauris Norstad speaking.
 

Merry-go-round in decay in Golden Gate Park playground

 

Spring Flower Show at Golden Gate Park

 

Junior Grand National Livestock Show at Cow Palace (dressed up animals)

 

April 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 195, [040063-043063]

Physical Description: 675 negatives (estimate)
 

Rotterdam (ship) at Pier Thirty-five

 

Movie director Alfred Hitchcock [04-01-63, 3 negatives]

 

Alfred Hitchcock -- Fairmont Hotel(April 01, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 195, [04-01-63.07]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Movie director Alfred Hitchcock sitting and talking.
 

Press interview with president of Carlsberg Beer Co. A.W. Nielson

 

Children from Presidio Hill Elementary School read letters from Japanese children in Japanese Tea Garden of Golden Gate Park

 

Metropolitan Life Building at corner of Pine and Stockton Streets

 

British historian Arnold Toynbee and wife Veronica

 

Annual awards banquet at Hunters Point Boys' Club

 

Dedication plaque for Pony Express (includes President of Society of California Pioneers Waddell F. Smith)

 

New cobalt room at Children's Hospital (health, nuclear medicine) [04-03-63, 2 negatives]

 

New Cobalt Room -- Children's Hospital(April 03, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 195, [04-03-63.11]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Robert S. Sherman (attending radiologist), Mrs. Ross W. Beales (president of the board of directors), and Mr. Eugene Leedhaw (from General Electric) standing next to the new cobalt machine at Children's Hospital (health, nuclear medicine).
 

Harry Bridges and James Hoffa (labor) [04-03-63, 11 negatives]

 

Harry Bridges and James R. Hoffa -- ILWU Hall(April 03, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 195, [04-03-63.12]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Harry Bridges pinning a delegate pin on James R. Hoffa (Jimmy Hoffa) at the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union hall. Hoffa speaking to the delegates from behind a podium (labor).
 

Singer Barbara Streisand at News-Call Bulletin office (04-03-63, 19 negatives)

 

Singer Barbara Streisand -- News-Call Bulletin Office(April 03, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 195, [04-03-63.13]

Physical Description: 19 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Singer Barbara Streisand sitting at a table with pencil in hand. Streisand sitting on the arm of a chair and talking.
 

Fox Theatre demolition (interior and exterior shots) [04-03-63 - 04-04-63, ca. 25 negatives]

 

Art colony in Los Altos Hills (adobe home of M. Eaton or Eton)

 

1899 electric car at Electric Industry show and conference (transportation)

 

AIA speaker Piero Patri (Italian Culture Group)

 

"Magic Flute" opera benefit (Brenda Black plays flute)

 

Opening of new H. Liebes store in Oakland

 

San Francisco Public Library (business) being torn down for office building

 

New State Public Utilities Commissioner William M. Bennett

 

President John F. Kennedy's sister Mrs. Sargent Shriver

 

Inventor of radar Sir Robert Watson-Watt

 

Iva Kroeger trial (sentencing to death penalty)

 

San Mateo County Junior Museum exhibition

 

National director for Fair Play for Cuba V.T. Lee

 

Easter parade of animals

 

Baron Andrew von Salza case

 

"Spacecoupe" airplane at the Oakland Airport

 

Western artists Vesta M. Gray and Orissa J. Bergengren

 

Oyster expert Dr. Victor Lyon Loosanoff

 

Jerry Emmanuel with his poster for "The Trial" movie

 

"Model" apartment interiors (housing, furnishings)

 

New president of League of Women Voters Mrs. John Galgiani

 

Crystal Springs Dam [04-15-63, 20 negatives]

 

Crystal Springs Dam(April 15, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 195, [04-15-63.03]

Physical Description: 20 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of the dam from the top of it. Long views of the dam with water running over it.
 

Governor Rex Lee of Samoa and wife

 

Princess Murat

 

Public Defender Edward Mancuso for Mayor

 

Vice president of Bond stores Sidney L. Rosenbloom

 

Interview with David Brand of Australia

 

Japanese passenger ship Sakura Maru

 

Democratic victory dinner (Governor Edmund G. Brown and wife, Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman, and Congressman John Francis Shelley) [04-16-63, 6 negatives]

 

Democratic Victory Dinner -- Fairmont Hotel(April 16, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 195, [04-16-63.06]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Orville Freeman, Governor Edmund G. Brown and wife, and Secretary of Agriculture Orville Freeman standing for a photograph. Brown standing with arms raised in victory. The Browns sitting with Congressman John Francis Shelley.
 

"Old Iron Legs" John Stahl

 

Pierre Salinger at press conference

 

Miss USA Macel Wilson

 

Methodist Bishops' Conference

 

Actress Joan Crawford and daughter Cindy Crawford

 

Artist William Mayo

 

Gerald McLindon with drawings of Market Street

 

National Conference of Christians and Jews

 

Ceremony for 1906 earthquake near Lotta's Fountain on Market Street (Senator Tom Maloney and Bill White)

 

Propeller Club proclaims Miss Maritime Queen

 

John Birch Society bookstore in Albany (San Pablo and Solano Avenue)

 

NBC drama editor Paul Speegle

 

Netherlands tulip party in Golden Gate Park

 

Pickle ice cream

 

Public Library Week

 

Angel Island tour

 

Republican congressmen and congresswomen (William Ayers, Catherine May, and Frank Horton) [04-20-63, 2 negatives]

 

Republican Congressmen and Congresswoman -- Hotel St. Francis(April 20, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 195, [04-20-63.02]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

William Ayers (congressman from New York), Catherine May (congresswoman from Washington), and Frank Horton (congressman from New York) sitting at a table.
 

San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank missing bonds

 

Ballerina Nancy Robinson

 

"Claire Zellerbach Saroni Tumor Institute of San Francisco" press conference (health)

 

Alaska Queen (ship)

 

Swedish economist Gunnar Myrdal

 

Judge Walter Carpenti (The Angry Man)

 

Captain T. Komabayashi of the Muneshima Maru (ship) and Cyril Magnin

 

Bonnie Phillips donates libraries to South Sea islanders

 

Director of research for General Electric Co. Doctor C. Guy Suits

 

New dehydrated food for Army [04-24-63, 3 negatives]

 

New Dehydrated Food for Army -- Hotel St. Francis(April 24, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 195, [04-24-63.09]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Brigadier General Merrill L. Tribe eating the new dehydrated food. Views of the dehydrated food.
 

New chief of FBI Curtis Lynum

 

KQED auction (public broadcasting)

 

Labor leader Frank J. Chapple of Great Britain

 

Stolen icon of the Virgin Mary recovered

 

Chancellor Edward W. Strong of UC Berkeley

 

Seatbelt month (automobile safety promotion) at Candlestick Park

 

Chief of Imperial General Staff Sir Richard Amyatt Hull of Great Britain at the Presidio

 

Pianist Gita Karasik

 

May 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [050063-053163]

Physical Description: 600 negatives (estimate)
 

Peace march (social protests) [05-00-63, 4 negatives]

 

March for Peace(May 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [05-00-63.04]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Marchers with banners. Hal Simpson of First Unitarian Church addresses marchers before peace walk (social protests).
 

Iva and Ralph Kroeger case (sentencing and kissing for the last time)

 

Telephone Co. fashion parade of "safety hats"

 

Actress Jayne Mansfield and singer Nelson Sardelli

 

Most modern ambulance (health) [05-01-63, 3 negatives]

 

Most Modern Ambulance(May 01, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [05-01-63.06]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

View of interior of the ambulance featuring Richard Angiotti demonstrating baby incubator.
 

Babies for adoption and boarding home mothers (Childrens Home Society in Oakland)

 

Doctor Jessie M. Bierman and Dr. Arthur Lesser

 

Author(?) William Hanley and wife Pat Stanley

 

Ministers Kamyama Chiume and Massauko Chilembere of Malawi

 

East Bay water system [05-02-63, 25 negatives]

 

East Bay Water System(May 02, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [05-02-63.11]

Physical Description: 25 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of water in jars and in tanks at treatment facility(?). View of facility from across the street.
 

New French Hospital (health) [05-03-63, 32 negatives]

 

Tour of New French Hospital(May 03, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [05-03-63.02]

Physical Description: 32 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Images from inside the hospital including equipment. Outside views of new facility (health).
 

Dr. Henry H. Kessler of Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in Newark

 

Miss Bikini contest

 

Miss New York World's fair

 

General Hugh B. Hester turns pacifist

 

Press interview with author James Baldwin [05-07-63, 11 negatives]

 

Author James Baldwin(May 07, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [05-07-63.01]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portraits of James Baldwin during interview.
 

Jerry Walsh with "miracle spike" to cure arthritis (health)

 

New FBI agent Curtis O. Lynum and Mayor George Christopher

 

Double for Russian politician Nikita Khrushchev poses pounding desk with shoe

 

Cancer experts Joseph C. Presti and Dr. Michael B. Shimkin

 

New pygmy hippos at San Francisco Zoo

 

Group who pasted signs over city "Peace is our only shelter" (social protests, civil defense commentary) [05-13-63, 6 negatives]

 

Suspended Sentences for Pacifists(May 13, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [05-13-63.03]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Arabella P. Colton, Virginia L Rike, Peter V. Giffen, Timothy E. Earle, Ira J. Sandperl, Anthony W. Brown and David L. Price in court for pasting "Peace is our only shelter" signs all over the city (social protests).
 

Paul Speegle in cast of "Carousel"

 

Treasures of Versailles unpacked at Palace of Legion of Honor art museum

 

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps) awards (Thomas J. Cahill)

 

President of Association of American Railroads Daniel P. Loomis

 

Photo Queen and Miss Universe contest

 

Republican convention press conference

 

San Francisco State University students protest segregation (social protests, Afro-Americans, race relations) [05-17-63, ca. 18 negatives]

 

Students Protest Against Segregation -- Fillmore Street (May 17, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [05-17-63.05]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Students, both black and white, shown protesting through the Fillmore District against segregation. Mass meeting on Fillmore at Post Street (social protest, Afro-Americans, race relations).
 

Joe Di Maggio tournament (Joe Di Maggio, Buddy Grecom, and Roy Shipstad)

 

Senator Clair Engle

 

US Ambassador to Malaysia Charles F. Baldwin

 

Bishop Donald Arden of Nyasaland

 

Violinist Daniel Leblanc

 

"Negro parade" (cleric group supporting integration) (Afro-Americans, social protests, race relations) [05-23-63, 6 negatives]

 

Parade in Support of Integration (May 23, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [05-23-63.08]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Bishop James A. Pike and Reverend Hamilton Bosworth at news conference. Reverend Elmer McLaughlin, Reverend Clifford Crummey, and Reverend John Washington (civil rights, Afro-Americans, race relations).
 

Peninsula art exhibit

 

"Big colored parade" (Afro-Americans, social protests, civil rights) [05-26-63, 51 negatives]

 

"Big Colored Parade" -- Market Street to City Hall (May 26, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 196, [05-26-63.01]

Physical Description: 51 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Long views of crowds outside City Hall and gathered in streets. Views of a large crowd gathered around a stage to hear people speak. Parade participants marching with signs "We shall overcome" etc. (Afro-Americans, social protests, civil rights).
 

Founder and editor of "Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists" Eugene Rabinowitch

 

"Drug" doctor James Roth

 

Institute of Industrial Relations Director and speaker Dr. Arthur M. Ross and J. Paul Sture

 

De Anza sarcophagus flying to Mexico (includes Director of California Historical Society Dr. Albert Shumate)

 

Placing of flags on graves at National Cemetery for Memorial Day

 

KQED auction (dancer Siva and teddy bear) (public broadcasting)

 

"Hoodlum priest" Father Charles Clark of St. Louis

 

Digit dialing hearing (blind people) (disabled persons)

 

Children and nuns of St. Patrick School pray for Pope John XXIII

 

Dolphins in Steinhart Aquarium

 

June 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [060063-062963]

Physical Description: 700 negatives (estimate)
 

Fashions at I. Magnin and Sears stores

 

Peace Corps volunteer Gerald McMahon returns from South America

 

Archbishop of Russian Greek Orthodox Church John Shahovskoy

 

Japanese version of play "The Old Man and the Sea" at Japanese Tea Garden

 

New state architect Carl C. McElvy

 

Old Sutter Street cable car (transportation)

 

New Visitors Information Center at 476 Post Street (tourism)

 

Marsalli house at Summit Drive in Hillsborough rumored sold to singer Bing Crosby

 

First Chinese-descent Deputy Marshall Elliott Chan

 

Josephine Randall

 

Pacific Street dug up (cityscapes)

 

Mourning drapes over door for Pope John XXIII

 

Blind workers strike in Berkeley (labor) (disabled persons) [06-04-63, 5 negatives]

 

Blind Workers Strike -- Berkeley(June 04, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-04-63.07]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Grace Petrie with Lloyd Landle and her guide dog, Becky, on the sidewalk with picket signs "Governor Brown, do you approve the State of California running a sweatshop for the blind?". Leonard Charlsen, Clarence Costello and his dog, Hobby, sitting on the curb (labor).
 

Russians tour Kaiser Hospital (health)

 

Shipwrecked Japanese sailors being helped by Red Cross

 

Jack E. Wood, Jr. of NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) (Afro-Americans)

 

President of National Federation of Republican Women Dorothy Elston

 

Guy Wright receives plaque from Harold Hotchner

 

Health Department's old brick building at Seventeenth and Pond Streets

 

Tiny Tot graduation ceremonies at Richmond Playground and Chinese Recreation Center

 

Wedding fashions

 

Wife of Dean Rusk (Virginia Rusk)

 

Doctor Michael Balint of Tavistock Clinic in London

 

Crowds at UC Berkeley's 100th Commencement

 

Reverend John Courtney Murray received honorary degree at University of San Francisco

 

Plastic contact lenses tried on chick (health)

 

Writer Oscar Lewis

 

Premier Eric E. Reese of Tasmania

 

Doctor Tom Brewer of UC Medical School leads pickets (social protests, civil rights) [06-12-63, 7 negatives]

 

Doctor Tom Brewer of UC Medical School Picketing(June 12, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-12-63.10]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Doctor Brewer of UC Medical School leading pickets in front of Woolworths on Powell and Market Streets. (He wants to debate Major General Edwin A. Walker. Department of the Army designated Major General Edwin A. Walker chief of the Arkansas Military District during the Little Rock integration crisis] (social protests, civil rights).
 

Director of Wax Museum Vera Grohm

 

Benjamin R. Epstein of Anti-Defamation League [06-13-63, 5 negatives]

 

Benjamin R. Epstein(June 13, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-13-63.04]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Epstein of Anti-Defamation League at press conference.
 

Madame Tussaud Wax Museum

 

Carrier Ranger (ship) arrival at Alameda Naval station

 

Seventh Day Adventist Convention [06-13-63 - 06-19-63, ca. 50 negatives]

 

Model Pat Mahon

 

Annex bill (Senator Eugene McAteer, Director of Cow Palace Robert McCarthy, Daly City Mayor Joe Verducci, and others)

 

Press conference with CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) (civil rights) [06-17-63, 3 negatives]

 

Press Conference with Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) Leaders (June 17, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-17-63.10]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Kermit Scott, vice chairman-elect, Bill Bradley, chairman-elect, Wilfred Ussery, present chairman, Chet Duncan, western regional field, Stanley Crockett, press chairman of the San Francisco National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and Norman McGhee, of the CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) executive board (civil rights).
 

Stanford University Commencement

 

Longevity Foundation press conference

 

Editior of Holiday Magazine Ted Patrick

 

Dr. Harry Elder on trial

 

Rare book collector and dealer Warren Howell in his office at 434 Post Street [06-18-63, 7 negatives]

 

Warren Howell(June 18, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-18-63.10]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Rare book collector and dealer Warren Howell pictured with some of his collection.
 

Young Republicans convention [06-19-63 - 06-27-63, 40 negatives]

 

Young Republicans Meeting -- Sheraton Palace Hotel(June 19, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-19-63.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Jerry D. Roe, exectuive secretary of National Young Republican Federation from Washington DC, after speaking at the meeting.
 

Young Republicans Convention -- Sheraton Palace Hotel(June 25, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-25-63.05]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Carol Bacciocco, register chairman, handing out envelopes. Candidates for Young Republican National Chairman. Current national chairman and the convention chairman.
 

Young Republicans Convention -- Sheraton Palace Hotel(June 26, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-26-63.02]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mary Anne Kennedy, candidate for "Miss New England". Rabid Republicans stampeding Goldwater headquarters.
 

Young Republicans Convention -- Sheraton Palace Hotel(June 27, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-27-63.08]

Physical Description: 13 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Former Senator William F. Knowland gets applause as he waves in front of a picture of Abraham Lincoln.
 

Young Republicans Convention -- Longshoremen's Hall(June 27, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-27-63.09]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Barry Goldwater with Pat Hutar, co-chairman of National Young Republicans. Goldwater with Pat Hitt, national committeewoman from California.
 

Young Republicans Convention Queen -- Sheraton-Palace Hotel(June 27, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-27-63.11]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Lynn Cook, the eventual winner, pictured with other contestants for the Queen of the Republicans.
 

Japanese training ship entering bay and at Pier Forty [06-19-63, 06-20-63]

 

Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken announces naming of Pope Paul VI

 

Car seat belts

 

General Motors automobile manufacturing plant in Freemont [06-20-63, 32 strip* negatives]

 

Nazi picket David Lee Ford picketed by Allen Finn at Julius and Ethel Rosenberg meeting (social protests) [06-21-63, 4 negatives]

 

Nazi Picket During Julius and Ethel Rosenberg Meeting(June 21, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-21-63.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

At the Dell Web Town house Nazi picketer David Lee Ford holds sign "Americans don't honor communist Jew Traitors, We fry them." Ford is picketed by Allen Finn (social protests, communism, anti-semitism).
 

Concert pianist from Australia and wandering minstrel Buddy Bohn detained by FBI for military draft

 

Candidate for Mayor of San Francisco Sam Jordan announces candidacy

 

Candidates night (George Moscone, Alan Nichols, Jim Eklund, and others)

 

Candidates Night(June 25, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-25-63.07]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

George Moscone, Alan Nichols and Jim Eklund, the host and president of the New American Democrat Club. Also Al Baccari and Leo McCarthy.
 

Mount Everest climber Doctor William Siri

 

Eureka Loan & Savings dedication (Mayor George Christopher and President James B. Kidwell)

 

Oceanographic research ship Davis

 

Author Gerold Frank with his book

 

Lick Observatory

 

New IBM computer system [06-27-63, 4 negatives]

 

New International Business Machines (IBM) Computer System -- City Hall(June 27, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 197, [06-27-63.04]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Assessor Russell pushes a button as Doctor Edward Lewis, electronic data processing consultant for IBM, stands behind.
 

Fountain oposite the California Palace of the Legion of Honor

 

Barber Henry A. Dufils for 57 years at the same spot (2840 San Bruno Avenue)

 

*Note: strip negatives (35mm) too long for standard sleeves are filed sideways at the end of the box containing the relevant date range.

 

July 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [070063-073163]

Physical Description: 513 negatives (estimate)
 

New commanding officer of Presidio Army Lieutenant General Frederic Brown

 

Miss California (Wendy Lee Douglas)

 

Consul General M.P. Chapman of New Zealand

 

Dan McLean (co-owner of the Embassy Theater)

 

HUAC pickets (House Committee on Un-American Activities) (communism) [07-02-63, 9 negatives]

 

HUAC Pickets -- City Hall(July 02, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-02-63.04-05]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of HUAC and anti-HUAC picketers marching outside City Hall. Vincent Hallinan standing at a microphone and addressing the picketers. Overall view of the marchers (communism).
 

Air pollution control

 

Tony Lema

 

New Lilford cranes at San Francisco Zoo

 

"Tall People" convention

 

San Francisco Boys' Club summer camp [07-03-63, 5 negatives]

 

Polish independence

 

Counterfeit money case

 

Serra International convention

 

Deputy Consul Celeste Hasslocher of Brazil

 

Daily Cal editorial on co-ed dormitories (UC Berkeley)

 

Demolition of old Terminal Hotel (redevelopment)

 

Petaluma fair

 

Streetcar tie-up (transportation)

 

Hetch Hetchy and San Francisco Water Department merger (Wesley Getts and Oral Moore) [07-09-63, 7 negatives]

 

Juvenile shotgun gang

 

Hi Y conference (YMCA) [07-11-63, 3 negatives]

 

Handicapped kids go to camp (disabled persons) [07-11-63, 2 negatives]

 

Hunters Point housing hearing (NAACP) (housing) [07-11-63, 3 negatives]

 

Hunters Point Housing Hearing -- Bay View Center (July 11, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-11-63.05]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Frank Quinn, Dr. Thomas Burbridge, Mrs. Ardith Nichols and William Bradley standing and talking (NAACP) (housing, race relations?).
 

Bayfield (ship) arrives [07-12-63, 10 negatives]

 

Elks Grand Lodge convention

 

New building at San Francisco Airport

 

Actor Terry Saunders

 

New municipal judge Joseph G. Kennedy

 

Supervisor J. Max Moore sworn in by Judge John Molinari [07-16-63, 9 negatives]

 

Interviews with actor Leona Anderson

 

Halsey (ship) with new guided missile launcher [07-16-63, 16 negatives]

 

Halsey (ship) with New Guided Missile Launcher -- Hunters Point(July 16, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-16-63.12]

Physical Description: 16 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Captain Herbert H. Anderson standing with a missile. Various views of the Halsey (ship) from afar. Views of sailors working on the missile launchers and on deck. Herchel Turner standing on the deck with audio equipment.
 

Last steel beam on new telephone company building

 

World cyclist Walter E. Devine

 

Swearing in of Judge Norman Elkington for Board of Permits (Mayor George Christopher and W. Allen Ehrhardt) [07-17-63, 2 negatives]

 

Sino-Soviet conflict (Professor Robert A. Scalapino)

 

Author William Peter Blatty

 

Author Allen Drury

 

Mayor George Christopher with Beryl Lyons-Vonderheid

 

Oregon Himalayan expedition gear on Rama Jayanti (ship)

 

Censorship of adult "girlie" magazines sold in Federal Building (pornography)

 

Swearing in of new library commissioner (Michael Salarno, Judge Raymond Arata, and Mayor George Christopher) [07-18-63, 4 negatives]

 

49er football check-in

 

Marijuana planted in corn field (narcotics) [07-19-63, 6 negatives]

 

Ban lifted on communist speakers (communism) [07-22-63, 8 negatives]

 

Ban Lifted on Communist Speakers -- UC Berkeley(July 22, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-22-63.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mickey Lima standing at a podium and speaking to a large crowd. Views of anti-Communist protesters marching with signs outside Wheeler auditorium (communism).
 

William Roth with drawing of proposed Ghirardelli Square (buildings)

 

Jury looks over artist Beniamo Bufano's work (censorship?)

 

Press conference "negros" (Afro-Americans) [07-23-63, 12 negatives]

 

Press Conference "Negroes" -- Turk Street(July 22, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-23-63.06]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of four unidentified people sitting at a table with microphones and speaking (Afro-Americans).
 

Author Betty Friedan [07-23-63, 5 negatives]

 

Author Betty Friedan -- Fairmont Hotel(July 23, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-23-63.08]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Author Betty Friedan sitting and talking.
 

Girl Scout Day at Candlestick Park [07-24-63, 10 negatives]

 

Rapid Transit District test borings

 

Food for Freedom press conference (NAACP member Aaron Henry) (Afro-Americans) [07-24-63, 7 negatives]

 

Food for Freedom Press Conference -- SF Sun-Reporter Offices(July 24, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-24-63.09]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Aaron Henry (president of the Mississippi state committee of the NAACP) and Mrs. Joseph Eichler (co-chairwoman) sitting at a table and speaking into a microphone. Henry standing and talking (Eichler and three unidentified women are standing next to him). Eichler, Henry and three women standing together behind a table (civil rights?).
 

Jefferson A. Beaver speaking on "race relations"

 

Army WACS greet troops from Hawaii en route to Fort Ord [07-25-63, 12 negatives]

 

Students work in Golden Gate Park (education) [07-25-63, 9 negatives]

 

Junior Red Cross training conference [07-25-63, 3 negatives]

 

Siberian tigers at San Francisco Zoo [07-25-63, 9 negatives]

 

Lowell High School students (education) [07-26-63, 12 negatives]

 

Smog (cityscapes, environment) [07-26-63, 18 negatives]

 

Smog Over the City(July 26, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-26-63.09]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of smog over Market and Eighth Streets. Views of smog over the ferry building. Views of smog over Twin Peaks.
 

Tom Sawyer Day at Columbia Park Boys' Club (education) [07-27-63, 4 negatives]

 

Press conference on housing discrimination bill (race relations) [07-29-63, 2 negatives]

 

Press Conference on Housing Discrimination -- Palace Hotel(July 29, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-29-63.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portrait view of Robert D. Weimann.
 

Integration leader Gloria Richardson

 

Press conference on urban redevelopment (SPUR chairman William Roth, John Merrill, and Mortimer Fleishhacker, Jr.) [07-30-63, 2 negatives]

 

Brigadier General Arthur Frye Jr. giving US Engineers' report

 

Picket by bookstore owner Nasser Shabazz (Afro-Americans) [07-30-63, 3 negatives]

 

Picket by Bookstore Owner Nasser Shabazz(July 30, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-30-63.03]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Nasser Shabazz standing with a sign outside a store window. Shabazz standing outside his bookstore.
 

New parking meter maids

 

Press conference on military traffic (Colonel Charles H. Lamback, Major General Rush B. Lincoln and Vincent F. Caputo)

 

Retiring military officers (Brigadier General Robert C. Tripp, Lieutenant General John Ryan, and Major General B.A. Holztworth)

 

Executive director of United Negro College Fund (William J. Trent)

 

Challenger to "red mail" law (Leif Heilberg) (communism) [07-31-63, 3 negatives]

 

Challenger to "Red Mail" Law -- Page Street(July 31, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 198, [07-31-63.07]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of challenger to the "red mail" law Leif Heilberg sitting on a sofa (communism).
 

August 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [080063-083163]

Physical Description: 600 negatives (estimate)
 

Dairy Princess Kathy Bentley

 

United Crusade volunteers visit children's nursery

 

San Mateo County two queens

 

Robert Louis Stevenson monument in Portsmouth Square

 

International students visit Call offices

 

Miss Philippines of 1960 (Theresita Gonzalez)

 

Artist Beniamino Bufano conflict over sculpture for Alcatraz Island [08-02-63, 08-07-63, 14 negatives]

 

Hiroshima peace pickets (social protests, atomic age) [08-03-63, 10 negatives]

 

Hiroshima Peace Pickets -- Alameda Naval Air Station(August 03, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-03-63.01]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

People holding peace symbols and signs outside Alameda Naval Air Station (social protests, atomic age).
 

Post Office bomb scare

 

Parents of student tourists in Cuba

 

Author Dr. Stanley Weintraub

 

Miss King Kong (Carol Eng)

 

San Francisco International Airport parking construction views

 

Grand Jury indictment of Abmad Nasser Shabazz (Charles DeBiew) for extortion

 

New Warrior basketball coach Alex Hannun

 

Nun in motorized wheelchair (Sister M. Clarice) (disabled persons)

 

Gangs at San Quentin State Prison

 

Republican meeting (Claire Williams)

 

Opening of Saint Francis Square community apartments (housing)

 

Latin Americans visit Silver Tree camp for children (Manuel Selva, Joan Towers, Lorenzo del Cid, Frank Geratz, Lunardo Lopez, and Jorge Mario Guzman)

 

Bomb at Mexican restaurant

 

Benefit for handicapped children (disabled persons)

 

Dedication of site of new Saint Mary's Hospital in Daly City

 

Chief Supreme Court Justice Phil Gibson administers oath of office to second African American judge in San Francisco (Joseph Kennedy) [08-09-63, 4 negatives]

 

Chief State Supreme Court Justice Phil Gibson (August 09, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-09-63.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Chief State Supreme Court Justice administers the oath of office to Municipal Judge Joseph Kennedy, second African American judge in San Francisco (Afro-Americans).
 

Destroyer Henry B. Wilson (ship)

 

Former ambassador to Haiti (Raymond Thurston)

 

Afro-Americans allowed to rent housing at Park Merced (race relations) [08-12-63, 1 negative]

 

Chrysler Corporation president Lynn A. Townsend

 

Ex-king Peter(?)

 

Picket of PG&E nuclear reactor at Bodega Bay and views of site (social protests, atomic age) [08-15-63, 08-16-63 (*strip negatives), 08-30-63, 45 negatives]

 

Picketing the Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E)(August 15, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-15-63.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

People picketing on the sidewalk against the Bodega Bay atomic reactor (social protests, atomic age).
 

Views of Bodega Bay and Point Reyes National Park Atomic Power Plant(August 16, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-16-63.04]

Physical Description: 28 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Many landscape views including small roads, water, and construction. A group of trailers and a trash can, men fishing off cliffs, a house under construction and a sign reading "Coming soon Drake's Paradise Estates" (housing development, environment).
 

Bodega Bay Atomic Energy Plant Site(August 30, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-30-63.02]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of construction going on at Bodega Bay at the proposed Pacific Gas and Electric Company's atomic energy plant, site of plant viewed from Doran Park (atomic age).
 

Design solution for Embarcadero Freeway (Walter Nemhauser) (transportation)

 

US Navy and Canadian mine sweepers (ship)

 

Disabled children's benefit

 

African pygmy goats at San Francisco Zoo

 

Pickets at Sun paper (labor) [08-15-63, 10 negatives]

 

Picketing the Sun Newspaper -- Turk Street(August 15, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-15-63.11]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Men picketing the work practices of the Sun Newspaper, press conference with Dr. Thomas Burbridge (labor).
 

World War II veterans honor allies in Union Square [08-16-63, 7 negatives]

 

Disabled children working for Goodwill Industries

 

Ambassador Amelito Mutuc of the Philippines

 

Victorian houses near Washington and Webster Streets (neighborhood)

 

Parking meter key

 

Swedish consulate tour

 

Geophysical group convention (George R. Laclavere, Vladimir Beloussov, Thomas Malone, Donald H. McLaughlin, Jerome B. Weisner, and Lloyd V. Berkner)

 

Young scientists at Wescon conference

 

World Affairs meeting

 

Honoring author Jessica Mitford

 

Views from Coit Tower and Ferry Building (cityscapes) [08-20-63, 18 negatives]

 

Views of Coit Tower and the Ferry Building(August 20, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-20-63.08]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views from atop Coit Tower featuring the Bay Bridge. Looking down Market Street (cityscapes).
 

Blind children on tour of Arboretum in Golden Gate Park (disabled persons)

 

Model of sculpture planned for Alcatraz Island

 

Miss International Beauty luncheon

 

San Quentin State Prison art show

 

Muni drivers (bus drivers) (transportation)

 

Water Department head Jim Turner of Hetch-Hetchy water project retires [08-23-63, 7 negatives]

 

Mayor George Christopher on the Balclutha (ship)

 

Freedom Riders en route to Washington (social protests, civil rights) [08-24-63, 14 negatives]

 

Freedom Riders en Route to Washington(August 24, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-24-63.03]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

A group of Freedom Riders getting into a bus to head to Washington, DC; people creating a banner, people sitting in a room waiting (social protests, civil rights).
 

Book printer Lawton Kennedy [08-26-63, 3 negatives]

 

Vietnam Protest (social protests) [08-26-63, 9 negatives]

 

Vietnam Protest -- Opera House(August 26, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-26-63.04]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

People picketing with signs. Some read "Stop Beating on Buddha" and "Diem must go" in front of the Opera House. Protesters include U. Kim Khanah a Vietnamese UC student, Ann Pake and Conn Hallinan (social protests).
 

Head of Jewish school Frances Sussna (education) [08-26-63, 5 negatives]

 

Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus elephants arrive

 

Catholic Biblical Association press conference

 

Author Herbert Gold

 

"Slug" tour (Consul General Abdon Ugarte of Bolivia and Consul General Toshio Yamanaka of Japan) [08-27-63, 5 negatives]

 

Civil rights demonstration (Mayor George Christopher) (social protests) [08-28-63, 9 negatives]

 

Demonstration for Civil Rights with Mayor George Christopher -- City Hall (August 28, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-28-63.04]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mayor George Christopher in the middle of a large crowd in front of City Hall during a civil rights demonstration (social protests).
 

Bridge tournament (Alfred Sheinwold)

 

Dr. J.C. Geiger

 

New Hilton Hotel construction (clown helps)

 

Freedom marchers return (from Washington?) (social protests) [08-29-63, 2 negatives]

 

Freedom Marchers Return Home(August 29, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 199, [08-29-63.02]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The Freedom Marchers getting off a plane after returning home from Washington (social protests, civil rights).
 

Judge Harold Caufield swears in new head of San Francisco Re-development Agency Larry Palicios [08-29-63, 4 negatives]

 

Fraud trial (Baron Andrew von Salza and lawyer Vincent Hallinan)

 

YMCA youngest volunteer (Cindy Lou Johnson)

 

Author Jose Arnold

 

UC Berkeley football picture day [08-31-63, ca. 35 negatives]

 

[*Note: strip negatives too long for standard sleeves are filed sideways at end of box.]

 

September 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [090063-093063]

Physical Description: 700 negatives (estimate)
 

Old Spaghetti Factory café visited by Board of Permit Appeals (owner Frederick W. Kuh)

 

Trial of Baron von Salza (attorney Vincent Hallinan)

 

Counterfeit case

 

New director of M.H. De Young Memorial Museum Jack Richard McGregor

 

Teachers' institute (education) [09-3-63, 4 negatives]

 

First day of kindergarten at Redding and Yerba Buena schools (education) [09-04-63, 8 negatives]

 

Doctor held on suspicion of abortion

 

Wife of new director of M.H. De Young Memorial Museum Jack Richard McGregor

 

Religion - Race conference with Reverends Charles Dullea, Hamilton Boswell, Elder Hawkins, George Higgins, and Paul Sharpe; Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken; Mayor George Christopher; Rabbi Richard Hirsch; and Doctor Carl G. Howie (race relations) [09-04-63, 09-05-63, 6 negatives]

 

Religion-Race Conference -- University of San Francisco (September 04, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-04-63.11]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

President of the University of San Francisco Reverend Charles Dullea, Reverend Hamilton Boswell, Archbishop Joseph McGucken, Mayor George Christopher, and Rabbi Richard Hirsch sit at the conference table (race relations).
 

Religion and Race Conference -- University of San Francisco(September 05, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-05-63.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Reverend George J. Higgins, Rabbi Richard G. Hirsch, and Reverend Elder Hawkins speaking to each other at the conference (race relations).
 

Opera singer Elizabeth Mosher

 

Repaving of upper deck of Bay Bridge

 

United Crusade with Mayor George Christopher and City Attorney Thomas O'Connor [09-05-63, 4 negatives]

 

Coin and Currency Exhibition with Miss California Karen Jensen

 

Closing night at President Follies Burlesque

 

Public Defender Edward Mancuso files as candidate for Mayor

 

Police recruit officers at graduation exercises of A.P. Giannini Junior High School (education) [09-06-63, 3 negatives]

 

Harold Dobbs files as candidate for Mayor

 

Children play with tops in upper Noe Valley playground

 

Visiting Senator John Goodwin Tower of Texas [09-06-63, 4 negatives]

 

Consul Gideon Saguy of Israel [09-06-63, 2 negatives]

 

Lurline (ship) sails for last time

 

Afro-American rally at Oakland Auditorium (James Meredith, Hal Perry and Reverend Ansel O. Bell) [09-08-63, 6 negatives]

 

African American Rally -- Oakland Auditorium(September 08, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-08-63.02]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Crowd filling portion of the lower level of the auditorium listens as University of San Francisco NCAA basketball champion Hal Perry introduces the organizer of the rally James Meredith (race relations, Afro-Americans). Reverend Ansel O. Bell gave the invocation.
 

Dr. Walter Vivrett speaks on elderly housing

 

New wing at Lone Mountain College (buildings) [09-09-63, 16 negatives]

 

W.R. Hearst award to Press Club President Rene Cazenave by Mrs. Jack Cooke (Phoebe Hearst)

 

Candidate for Mayor John Francis Shelley visits [09-10-63, 09-11-63, 14 negatives]

 

Leo Friedman files as candidate for municipal judge

 

Lee McDonough files as candidate for sheriff

 

Federal Grand Jury hearing regarding gangsters

 

Meetings with Freedom Movement and NAACP (Joseph B. Williams, Dr. Thomas N. Burbridge, Joyce Godwin) (race relations) [09-11-63, 09-13-63, 14 negatives]

 

Race Meeting With Freedom Movement and NAACP -- City Hall(September 11, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-11-63.05]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Chairman of the Freedom Movement's employment committee Joseph B. Williams and president of the local NAACP Dr. Thomas N. Burbridge meet and talk at City Hall (race relations, Afro Americans).
 

Freedom Meeting With Freedom Movement and NAACP -- Mayor's Office(September 13, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-13-63.06]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Joyce Godwin, president of local NAACP Dr. Thomas Burbridge, and other city and state officials in Mayor Christopher's office (race relations, Afro-Americans).
 

New supersonic jet model (airplane) [09-11-63, 6 negatives]

 

World Secret Service Association convention

 

San Francisco State College registration (education) [09-12-63, 7 negatives]

 

School Board hearing (education) [09-12-63, 4 negatives]

 

Al Baccari files as candidate for supervisor

 

Candidates filing for office (Charles Rogers, Gene McAteer, Tom Lynch, Max Moore and Samuel Jordan) [09-12-63, 11 negatives]

 

Royalty from Afghanistan (King Zaher, Queen Momaira, Ambassador John M. Steeves and Mayor George Christopher) [09-12-63, 7 negatives]

 

Ex-chief of police of Sausalito Howard W. Goerndt

 

Sol C. Drossman, Raymond Syufy, and attorney Joseph Bertain at Grand Jury (gangster?) hearing

 

Opening of opera season [09-13-63, ca. 70 negatives]

 

Press conference with Representative Craig Hosmer of Long Beach [09-13-63, 3 negatives]

 

Queen Momaira of Afghanistan

 

King Mohammed Zaher and Queen Momaira of Afghanistan at Marina Safeway supermarket [09-14-63, 14 negatives]

 

US Grand Jury (gangster?) hearing

 

Neighborhood clean-up in Merced Heights district

 

Picketers booked at Hall of Justice (Terry A. Francois) (race relations, Afro-Americans) [09-14-63, 3 negatives]

 

Picketers Booked -- Hall of Justice (September 14, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-14-63.03]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Police officer Donald Ostrem Fingerprinting Terry A. Francois (race relations, Afro-Americans). Tracy A. Soms, Elizabeth A. Goldblatt, Kris Schivo and Nancy D. Handy all booked and waiting on bench in the Hall of Justice (social protests).
 

State narcotics agent finds Japanese shoji with marijuana

 

College of San Mateo near completion (construction site) (education, buildings)

 

San Quentin State Prison hobby shop

 

Don Emmons hired as new architect for Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART, transportation)

 

Hastings College of the Law "old timer" faculty (Dean Everett Fraser and Dean William L. Prosser)

 

Domestic Peace Corps press conference

 

Japanese Youth Hostel visitors

 

Demolition of Wells Fargo building (Sutter and Montgomery Streets)

 

Horses being shipped from Argentina to Japan

 

Matt Carberry files as candidate for Sheriff

 

Raisin Queen (Sophia Bain Ayre)

 

Louis Lourie leases Mark Hopkins Hotel to cowboy actor Gene Autry

 

Valdivia, Chile presents copper plate to Mayor George Christopher

 

Protests and memorial for Alabama hate crime victims (Afro-American leader Leonard Farmer, US Attorney Cecil Poole, Rabbi Alvin Fine, William Chester and others (race relations, social protests) [09-16-63, 09-21-63, 20 negatives]

 

Crowd Rallies for Birmingham Bombing Protests -- Post Office Building (September 16, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-18-63.04]

Physical Description: 16 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Rabbi Alvin Fine, Chairman William Chester, United States attorney Cecil Poole, and Leonard Farmer talk to the huge crowd filling the streets in front of the Post Office building about the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama which resulted in the deaths of four young girls (hate crimes, civil rights). A young woman holds a sign saying "We mourn for the child victims of Birmingham mobs and police" (social protests, race relations).
 

Student March in Memorial to Four Alabama Girls -- University of San Francisco(September 21, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-21-63.04]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Students from the University of San Francisco march to Saint Dominic Church in memorial to the four girls that died in the Alabama church bombing (social protests, race relations).
 

Reception for new director of M.H. de Young Memorial Museum (Richard Rheem, Director Jack McGregor and others)

 

Printers strike at Philips and Van Orden plants (labor) [09-18-63, 10 negatives]

 

Printer Strike -- Philips and Van Orden Plants(September 18, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-18-63.07]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Crowd of pickets outside of the plants. Crew workers refused to take the freight into the yard and got off of the train (labor). Carloads of paper pull past the pickets into Philips plant.
 

Oronsay (ship) arrives

 

Mayor George Christopher appoints James P. Mitchell with Chairman Dr. Thomas N. Burbridge of the Freedom Movement present [09-19-63, 4 negatives]

 

Installation of student body officers at Luther Burbank Junior High School (education) [09-19-63, 3 negatives]

 

Princess Norodan Rasmi Sobhana of Cambodia

 

New meter maid outfits

 

South African official Alec Groschel

 

Spanish American War survivor John J. Brady

 

Attorney general staff members Derald Cranberg and Alvin Goldstein awarded sheriff badges

 

World Trade Fair

 

Laraine Day

 

Press conference with Congressman Clayton Powell [09-20-63, 5 negatives]

 

Conference of California judges (Tom C. Clark and Reverend Charles W. Dulles)

 

National Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins of the NAACP (Afro-Americans) [09-23-3, 2 negatives]

 

National Executive Secretary of NAACP Roy Wilkins -- Sun Reporter(September 23, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-23-63.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Head shots of Roy Wilkins (Afro-Americans).
 

Supervisor William Blake faces Tom Gray of Downtown Association

 

Children's aid rummage sale

 

Afro-American youths arrested

 

Mills College registration of international students

 

Press conference with Mark W. Johnson (coastal area manager, State Dept. of Employment) and Dr. Thomas Burbridge (San Francisco president of local NAACP)

 

Bar Association convention (William P. Gray, Superior Judge Gerald S. Levin, Ben K. Lerer, and others)

 

American Friends Service (YMCA) back from USSR

 

Miss Homebody (Jan Gregg) plays in fountain at Fairmont Hotel

 

Cross burned into lawn of Afro-American home (race relations) [09-24-63, 6 negatives]

 

Cross Burned into lawn of African-American Home -- Ingleside District (September 24, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-24-63.08]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Viola Desso and Josephine Brown look at the cross burned into Josephine Brown's lawn at 599 Bright Street (hate crimes, race relations, Afro-Americans).
 

Indian artifacts found at The Dollar Ranch in Walnut Creek

 

Supreme Court Justice's breakfast

 

"New Math" class at Portola Junior High School for parents (education) [09-24-63, 3 negatives]

 

Berkeley Tennis Club international matches [09-24-63, 09-25-63, 37 negatives]

 

Associate Supreme Court Justice Arthur Goldberg speaking to Hastings law students (education) [09-24-63, 2 negatives]

 

Supreme Court Justices Clark, Black, Warren, Douglas, Reed, White, Brennan, Stewart, Goldberg, Gibson, Whittaker, and Governor Edmund G. Brown [09-25-63, 9 negatives]

 

Supreme Court Justices and Picketing -- Masonic Temple(September 25, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-25-63.01]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Group pictures of Supreme Court Justices Clark, Black, Warren, Douglas, Reed, White, Brennan, Stewart, Goldberg, Gibson, Whittaker, and Governor Edmund G. Brown. Protesters gather outside of the temple and hold signs protesting the American Bar association and Justice Earl Warren's stance on divorce laws (social protests).
 

Press conference with Finance Minister Theophilus Donges and Consul General John Mills of South Africa

 

Obscene literature committee (Murray Schwartz, Richard Donovan, Anthony Beilenson, Gordon Winton and Sheila Jensen) (censorship?, pornography?)

 

United Crusade drive

 

Integration march in East Palo Alto in favor of diversity (race relations) [09-26-63, 11 negatives]

 

Integration March -- East Palo Alto (September 26, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-26-63.03]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Residents of East Palo Alto march through the community with signs urging that it remain a diverse neighborhood and does not turn into "another negro ghetto" (race relations). Other signs praise the diversity of the community and the quality of the people living there (social protests).
 

New Chapel Calvary Presbyterian Church at Jackson and Fillmore Streets (buildings)

 

Miniature Museum

 

Steinhart Aquarium visit with dolphins and seals

 

Conference on metropolitan future with Clark Kerr and Sir Edwin Herbert

 

Artist studio tour with Ruth Asawa sculptures

 

San Francisco Youth Association Youth Council meeting at YMCA [09-26-63, 3 negatives]

 

Perry Mason (actor Raymond Burr)

 

Model of San Francisco waterfront (architect Mario Campi and Director James McCarthy of City Planning Commission)

 

Plans for new Point San Bruno

 

Dr. William L. Cobb appointed assistant superintendent and human relations officer to Board of Education [09-27-63, 4 negatives]

 

Hunters Point Housing Project new youth club director

 

Ground breaking for Boalt Hall (School of Law) at UC Berkeley with Chief Justice Earl Warren [09-27-63, 11 negatives]

 

Ground Breaking for Boalt Hall -- University of California at Berkeley(September 27, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-27-63.09]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Chief Justice Earl Warren shovels dirt and speaks to the crowd gathered for the ground breaking of new law school. Large crowd fills the courtyard of Boalt Hall.
 

Opening day of College of San Mateo (education, buildings) [09-30-63, 6 negatives]

 

Opening Day of College of San Mateo(September 30, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 200, [09-30-63.03]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of students on campus and general college activity (education, buildings).
 

October 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 201-202, [100063-103163]

Physical Description: 950 negatives (estimate)
 

Opening of senior citizen center

 

Percy Moore files as candidate for supervisor [10-00-63, 4 negatives]

 

New director of California Academy of Sciences Dr. George E. Lindsay

 

Former government agriculture official Ezra Taft Benson [10-01-63, 4 negatives]

 

Model of acoustic shell for symphony (President Philip Boone of San Francisco Symphony with Nathaniel Owings and Armand Casini of Skimore, Owings and Merrill architects)

 

New Assistant US Attorney Zeppelin W. Wong [10-01-63, 12 negatives]

 

"Bucks for Better Government" with Roger Kent and Caspar W. Weinberger [10-01-63, 3 negatives]

 

Citizen committee to save library at Library Commission hearing

 

Harold Dobbs campaign for supervisor [10-02-63, many throughout month]

 

Thayer and Pamapa (Pampanito?) ships for National Maritime Museum [10-02-63, 10-03-63, 27 negatives]

 

$1,300,000.00 in narcotics to be dumped into ocean [10-02-63, 10 negatives]

 

Art Festival

 

Hat fashions

 

John Francis Shelley, mayoral candidate, visits Mayor's office [10-02-63, 6 negatives]

 

"Magical" push button dialing for telephones

 

Tree planting at Post Office building

 

Workers strike at Washington Township Hospital (labor) [10-03-63, 28 negatives]

 

Strike at the Washington Township Hospital -- Fremont(October 03, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 201, [10-03-63.03]

Physical Description: 29 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Strikers picket in front of the hospital as cars pull through the crowd (labor). Views of the workers in the kitchen and the laundry room of the hospital. Administrator of the hospital Robert C. Taylor.
 

Superintendent Dr. Speers (education) [10-03-63, 2 negatives]

 

Ribbon cutting with Agriculture Queen Karen Jensen and Chairman Carl Garrison of Agriculture Commission

 

"Mentally retarded" children "open house" (developmentally disabled or mentally handicapped?)

 

Author Virginia Lee

 

Foreign Minister Dr. Bruno Kreisky of Austria

 

Press conference with Willie Long of Mare Island Naval Shipyard and Arthur Jones, chairman of Bay Area Employees for Equal Opportunity (labor, civil rights) [10-04-63, 2 negatives]

 

Announcement of Chinese Independence Day (October 10) with acting Mayor Harold Dobbs [10-04-63, 3 negatives]

 

Press conference with Bishop Samuel

 

United Crusade

 

Queen Lindia Molinari [10-04-63, 3 negatives]

 

St. Paul (ship)

 

San Francisco Naval League Sea Cadet Corps aboard the Midway (ship)

 

Harvest Festival with Future Farmers of America

 

Nuclear disaster casualty training project at Presidio (civil defense, atomic age) [10-05-63, 4 negatives]

 

Nuclear Disaster Casualty Training Project -- Letterman Army Hospital -- Presidio(October 05, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 201, [10-05-63.03]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Simulated casualties of a nuclear disaster being treated by hospital Army nurses (atomic age, civil defense). Lieutenant Pete Phillips is treated for facial injuries from mock nuclear blast by Army nurse Captain Teresa Tinetti and Major Joseph Cusimano.
 

Mine (explosive) recovery effort by Army in Foothills Park, Palo Alto

 

Author Marie Puccinelli

 

Grand opening of Eichler house in Laguna (architecture)

 

West Portal School "big top carnival" for PTA (education) [10-07-63, 4 negatives]

 

Fol de Rol opera ball

 

Bookie raid (gambling)

 

Press conference with Robert Carter

 

Exploration of ocean bottom with new drilling submarine

 

Prime Minister Kurt George Kiesinger of Germany

 

Director Sargent Shriver of Peace Corps

 

Festival of France

 

First baby born on Bay Bridge

 

Mayor Albert Bayerle of Munich, Germany

 

Engineer award winner General Lucius Clay

 

Press conference with Brotherhood Sleeping Car Porters union (A. Philip Randolph) (labor) [10-10-63, 2 negatives]

 

Black Muslim leader Malcolm X (Afro-Americans) [10-10-63, 3 negatives]

 

Black Muslim Leader Malcolm X -- Towne House (October 10, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 201, [10-10-63.03]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Malcolm X at a press conference in the Towne House (Afro-Americans, civil rights).
 

Dewey monument being reconstructed for French Week

 

Self-hypnosis demonstration (Dr. Milton Erickson) (health)

 

Michael Noble, M.P. Secretary of State for Scotland

 

Columbus Day with acting Mayor Harold Dobbs [10-10-63, 4 negatives]

 

Bay Bridge to be one way (various) (transportation)

 

Cable car plant (transportation)

 

Youth Association candidate night (Supervisor Percy Moore) [10-10-63, 2 negatives]

 

Youth Guidance Center "beard" hearing (Probation Officer James Forstner won't shave off beard) (dress code?, fashion?) (10-10-63, 10-18-63, 5 negatives]

 

"Bucks for Better Government"

 

Counterfeit $20 bills

 

Homecoming Queen Wendie Williams of City College

 

Dr. George F. Adams

 

ABC Convention (Girl Scouts) [10-11-63, 2 negatives]

 

President Wilson (ship) with students en route to Japan [10-12-63, 8 negatives]

 

Columbus Day parade

 

Executive Director John F. Delury of Council for Civic Unity [10-14-63, 2 negatives]

 

Executive Director John F. Delury of the Council for Civic Unity(October 14, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 201, [10-14-63.07]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The new Executive Director of the Council for Civic Unity John F. Delury at work.
 

PG&E plant at Bodega Bay (aerial views) [10-14-63, 30 negatives]

 

Aerial Views of the New PG&E Plant -- Bodega Bay(October 14, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 201, [10-14-63.10]

Physical Description: 30 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Aerial views of the site for the new PG&E (Pacific Gas and Electric) power plant at Bodega Bay and the surrounding areas. Ground views of the construction of the plant (atomic power?). [Oversize strip negatives filed out of sequence along the side of the box].
 

New library - business

 

Bank of America president elect Rudolph A. Peterson and out-going President Clark Beise

 

Texan John W. Mecom buys 50% of Hilton Hotel (Conrad Hilton and Jesse W. Tapp of Bank of America)

 

Dope addicts (narcotics)

 

Making movie "Good Neighbor Sam" with actor Jack Lemmon

 

Grand National at the Cow Palace

 

Candidate for supervisor Carl Olsen

 

Freedom from Hunger press conference (Marsha Hunt)

 

Kearney Street location for new Bank of America building

 

Anti-Tito (Josip Broz Tito of Yugoslavia) press conference with Serbian nationalists (Miroslav Djordjevic, Milton Lepstich and Voy Zcheyvich) (communism) [10-16-63, 8 negatives]

 

Anti-Tito Press Conference -- Serbian Nationalists -- Baker and Church Street Serbian Church(October 16, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 201, [10-16-63.14]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Executive secretary of the Citizens' Committee against Tito's visit to the United States Miroslav Djordjevich, president of the local chapter of the Serbian Defense Council of America Milton Lepetich, and member of the Serbian Defense Council of America Voy Cheyovich sit and answer questions at an anti-Tito press conference.
 

Cable car barns (interiors) (transportation)

 

Nursing conference

 

Little children aid Junior Auxiliary

 

Twenty-one-gun salute at Presidio for French frigate (ship) arriving for Festival of France

 

Psychosomatic Medicine Convention speaker Dr. Mary S. Calderone (Planned Parenthood)

 

Design for new school for archdiocese

 

Housing Authority plans for curved building for elderly

 

Author Sterling Hayden

 

Eiffel Tower in Union Square for Festival of France

 

Lieutenant Governor Glenn Anderson and wife greeted by PUC commissioner Ted White [10-17-63, 3 negatives]

 

Author Rachel Carson

 

Voters at City Hall

 

African American dentist named to State Board of Education (Dr. Daniel Collins) (Afro-Americans) [10-18-63, 10-22-63, 7 negatives]

 

Mayor Jean Aubburtin of Paris for French Week

 

Hotel and buildings to be demolished for Fifth and Mission Street parking garage [10-18-63, 6 negatives]

 

Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu of Vietnam speaks at the Sheraton Palace Hotel, protesters [10-21-63, 10-27-63, 10-28-63, ca. 171 negatives]

 

Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu Speaking -- Commonwealth Club -- Sheraton Palace Hotel(October 21, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 201, [10-21-63.01]

Physical Description: 102 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Nhu of Vietnam prepares and speaks to a crowd that totally fills the giant gallery at the palace hotel. She receives red roses after her speech to the commonwealth club. Press conference views of Mrs. Nhu and her daughter Le Thuy. A large crowd of protesters gather in the streets outside of the Palace Hotel to protest the Vietnam War and Mrs. Nhu's visit to the United States (social protests). Some of the signs read "Mme. Nhu paid for by the USA", "End the war in Vietnam Now", and "adhere to 1954 Geneva agreement".
 

Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu Returns to a Crowd of Protesters -- Sheraton Palace Hotel(October 27, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [10-27-63.01]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu of Vietnam and daughter Le Thuy accompanied by spokesperson UN Vietnam observer To Ngoc Thach, arrives to picketers. Protesters mob the sidewalks outside the entrance to the Palace Hotel with signs reading "No Nhus are Good News" and "America is the Real Dragon in Vietnam" (social protests, Vietnam War). One protester holds an effigy of Mrs. Nhu on a stick. Mrs. Nhu is escorted into the hotel by policemen.
 

Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu Speaking -- Commonwealth Club -- Sheraton Palace Hotel(October 28, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [10-28-63.14]

Physical Description: 22 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mrs. Nhu greets and speaks with some people at the conference table before she starts her speech. She stands on a pedestal to speak to the large crowd filling the large hall of the palace hotel. Outside, protesters march around the entrance to the hotel asking for an end to US presence in Vietnam and pointing out the corruption of Mrs. Nhu (social protests, Vietnam War).
 

Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu -- Sheraton Palace Hotel(October 28, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [10-28-63.15]

Physical Description: 25 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Close-ups and long shots of Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu and her daughter Le Thuy at the Sheraton Palace Hotel speaking to city officials and other people present at the conference. Large Crowd of protesters remain outside of the Hotel (social protests).
 

Daughter of Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu, Le Thuy Dines Out -- Kan's Restaurant -- Chinatown(October 28, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [10-28-63.17]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The daughter of Mrs. Nhu, Le Thuy leaves the Sheraton Palace Hotel with a police escort. Le Thuy, private secretary to Mrs. Nhu, Vietnam Observer for the UN To Ngoc Thach, and Bruce Baxter III eat at Kan's Restaurant in Chinatown.
 

King crabs for Steinhart Aquarium

 

Pest control convention with Vice Chancellor Robert A. Metcalf of UC Riverside

 

Mancuso for Mayor campaign (Mrs. Edward Mancuso) [10-22-63, 5 negatives]

 

California Historical Society Bar Association luncheon (Jesse A. Mueller, Joseph Meyerstein and Edward J. Lynch)

 

Test borings on Market Street for Bay Area Rapid Transit subway watched by BART President Adrien Falk [10-22-63, 18 negatives]

 

Test Borings for Bay Area Rapid Transit -- Market and Mason Streets(October 22, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 201, [10-22-63.06]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Driller W.T. Jones sets up the drill and guides the bit into place from the giant drill mounted on the back of a truck at Market Street. President of Bay Area Rapid Transit Adrien Falk and a large crowd gather around the drill and watch as it drills into the ground (transportation).
 

Press conference with Rear Admiral Bernard Clarey, Vice Admiral Elton W. Grenfell and Rear Admiral Vernon Lowrance

 

Heart Association press conference at Mount Zion Hospital with Father Cletus Caffrey, Dr. Meyer Friedman and Dr. Ray Rosenman

 

Tree cutting (logging) at Bodega Bay

 

Boys' Club "Boy of the Year" Ernest Evans [10-23-63, 2 negatives]

 

Dinner for Harold Dobbs (Mrs. John Rosekrans and Lawrence Horenstein) [10-23-63, 4 negatives]

 

Governor Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller (New York) and wife Happy Rockefeller [10-22-63, 10-23-63, 32 negatives]

 

Louis Lomax speaking at Woodrow Wilson High School [10-23-63, 7 negatives]

 

US flyers home from Vietnam (military) [10-23-63, 3 negatives]

 

Bolshoi Ballet auditions (Simon Semonoff)

 

Mayoral and supervisor candidates [10-24-63, 12 negatives]

 

Maori group visits (Consul General M.F. Chapman of New Zealand) [10-24-63, 13 negatives]

 

Grand National Parade with Art Linkletter and Rodeo Queen Ginger Armstrong

 

Senate fact-finding committee on medical assistance for the aged (health, senior citizens) [10-24-63, 7 negatives]

 

Press conference with Senator Jacob K. Javits [10-24-63, 3 negatives]

 

Interview with Vice Admiral John T. Hayward

 

Press conference with Council for Civic Unity [10-24-63, 4 negatives]

 

Press Conference with the Council for Civic Unity -- Oakdale Avenue(October 24, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [10-24-63.14]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Reverend Leonard Ferringe of the All Hallows Catholic Church and the reverend Amos Cambric Jr. of the Ridge Point Methodist Church answer questions at a press conference at 1715 Oakdale Avenue (civil rights).
 

Muscular Dystrophy poster child Tony Hartmann with singer Dorothy Collins

 

Election special: Judge Clayton W. Horn [10-25-63, 2 negatives]

 

Election special: Judge James Welch [10-25-63, 2 negatives]

 

Election special: Charles Rogers(?), registrar of voters [10-25-63, 2 negatives]

 

Real Estate Commissioner Milton Gordon

 

Election special: Judge Leland Lazarus [10-25-63, 2 negatives]

 

San Francisco News-Call Bulletin building

 

Election special: Judge Clarence Linn [10-25-63, 2 negatives]

 

Election special: empty offices [10-25-63, 9 negatives]

 

Governor Mark O. Hatfield of Oregon

 

Senator Jennings Randolph of West Virginia [10-26-63, 4 negatives]

 

Election special: candidate for mayor Robert O. Jones [10-26-63, 2 negatives]

 

Job discrimination picket against Harold Dobbs outside Mel's Drive-in (civil rights) [10-26-63, 2 negatives]

 

Job Discrimination Pickets Against Dobbs -- Mel's Drive-in (October 26, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [10-26-63.04]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Protesters picket the job discrimination at Mel's Drive-in with signs asking "Where are the negro waitresses?" (social protests). Other picketers make reference to Harold Dobbs' job discrimination position (civil rights).
 

Author Margaret Bartlett Anderson

 

Lady Bird Johnson [10-28-63, 5 negatives]

 

Lady Bird Johnson -- Fairmont Hotel(October 28, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [10-28-63.04]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Lady Bird Johnson with Mrs. Thomas Lynch at the Fairmont Hotel.
 

American College of Surgeons conference on breast cancer (David V. Habif, Sir John Bruce, Robert C. Hickey, Justin J. Stein, and Edgar C. White)

 

Adlai E. Stevenson and son John Stevenson [10-28-63, 9 negatives]

 

Acting Mayor Harold Dobbs tours Hall of Justice and City Prison [10-28-63, 6 negatives]

 

Ferry Eureka moved to Hyde Park

 

Conference on Jews in Russia

 

Cancer quackery (health)

 

New Consul General Lancelot F.L. Pyman of Great Britain (former ambassador to Africa)

 

Alistair Cook at World Affairs Council with impresario Hale

 

Air pollution hearing (auto smog devices)

 

Altibano Petrini buying livestock for meat

 

Picket chief Chip Newman of ITU Local 21 (labor) [10-30-63, 3 negatives]

 

Picket Chief Chip Newman of ITU Local 21 -- Union Headquarters(October 30, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [10-30-63.10]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picket Chief Chip Newman sits and talks with a member of the ITU Local 21 at the union headquarters (labor) (Industrial Trades Union of America).
 

Alaskan crab war (Fisherman's Wharf old timers Joe Pastori and Sam Sabella)

 

Governor Edmund G. Brown opens session on Study of Common Mental Retardation (mentally handicapped or developmentally disabled?) [10-30-63, 9 negatives]

 

Model of acoustical shell for San Francisco Opera House

 

Russian movie stars Margarita Volodina and Viacheslav Tikhonov

 

Plant expedition to the Andes

 

November 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [110063-113063]

Physical Description: 500 negatives (estimate)
 

Missing girl (Judith Williamson) from Albany (throughout month) [11-00-63 - 11-22-63, ca. 140 negatives]

 

Team hopes to launch first civilian satellite (Kelly MacDonald and David Guidici) (space age) [11-00-63, 15 negatives]

 

[Barry?] Goldwater [11-00-63, 2 negatives]

 

Harold Dobbs visits telephone company [11-01-63, 9 negatives]

 

New Deputy City Attorney H. Le Roy Cannon [11-01-63, 6 negatives]

 

Drilling for BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) subway (California and Market Streets) [11-02-63, 5 negatives]

 

Drilling for BART -- California and Market Street(November 02, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-02-63.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views on Market and California Streets of construction for BART subway (transportation).
 

"Girl" auto mechanics

 

Hall of Justice press conference on demonstrations at Mel's Drive-In restaurant (social protests, race relations) [11-04-63, 9 negatives]

 

Press Conference on Sit-in Demonstrations at Mel's Drive-in Restaurant -- Hall of Justice (November 04, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-04-63.03]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of sit-in demonstrators gathered inside the Hall of Justice, including Tracy Simms, Philip Davis, and Jeffrey Cole. Demonstrators singing "We Shall Overcome" (civil rights).
 

Interview with Robert Cohen of NBC/CBS

 

Public defender Edward T. Mancuso voting [11-05-63, 4 negatives]

 

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) leader attorney Floyd McKissick of North Carolina (Afro-Americans, race relations) [11-05-63, 2 negatives]

 

CORE Leader Attorney Floyd McKissick of North Carolina -- Fillmore Street (November 05, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-05-63.05]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portraits of Floyd McKissick of CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) (civil rights).
 

John Francis Shelley voting [11-05-63, 3 negatives]

 

Harold Dobbs (acting Mayor) visits [11-05-63, 8 negatives]

 

Leo McCarthy and wife

 

John Francis Shelley (winner) and Harold Dobbs (loser) of mayoral election [11-05-63, 15 negatives]

 

John Francis Shelley and Harold Dobbs -- Market Street and Flood Building(November 05, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-05-63.14]

Physical Description: 15 negatives

Scope and Content Note

John Francis Shelley standing at a microphone and surrounded by a crowd waving victory signs with their hands. Shelley standing and talking on the telephone next to his wife. Views of Leo Freidman standing with his wife. Dobbs standing with his campaign manager Haynie.
 

Flood from rains (Townsend between Seventh and Eighth Streets)

 

Civil rights lawyer (later judge) Cecil F. Poole (Afro-Americans) [11-06-63, 2 negatives]

 

Civil Rights Lawyer Cecil F. Poole -- Hall of Justice(November 06, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-06-63.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Cecil F. Poole sitting with Police Chief Tom Cahill at a table.
 

New supervisor George D. Moscone and family [11-06-63, 4 negatives]

 

New supervisor Leo McCarthy and family [11-06-63, 8 negatives]

 

Press conference with John Howard Griffin

 

Views of Belvedere in Marin County (cityscapes)

 

Press conference with new Mayor John Francis Shelley [11-06-63, 8 negatives]

 

Recovered materials stolen by library employee

 

Stanford students back from the Freedom Summer in the south supporting "Arron Henry" (civil rights, social protests, race relations?)

 

Press conference with Philip Burton (running for Congress) [11-07-63, 6 negatives]

 

Mayor John Francis Shelley [11-07-63, 15 negatives]

 

Federal housing for the aged (senior citizens)

 

Ambassador Braj Kumar Nehru of India [11-07-63, 6 negatives]

 

New Russian Orthodox Church in Burlingame

 

Consul General Jose Carlos Ferreyros of Peru [11-07-63, 9 negatives]

 

Conference on San Francisco Bay swimmers (acting Mayor Harold Dobbs and Rear Admiral Allen Winbeck) [11-08-63, 3 negatives]

 

Council for Civic Unity press conference with James H. Scheuer (chairman of Housing Advisory Committee Against Discrimination) [11-08-63, 4 negatives]

 

Council for Civic Unity Press Conference(November 08, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-08-63.08]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

James H. Scheuer (chairman of the Housing Advisory Committee) sitting at a table and talking (civil rights).
 

Camp Fire Girls conference registration [11-10-63, 6 negatives]

 

Former King Umberto of Italy and Francesco Ruspoli Duca di Morignano with William Hutchinson [11-10-63, 7 negatives]

 

Russian women visit

 

Turn Toward Peace press conference with Norman Thomas (socialist) [11-11-63, 6 negatives]

 

Girl Scout convention [11-11-63, 2 negatives]

 

New District Supervisor R. M. Copeland

 

Youth for Service Project (YMCA) [11-11-63, 2 negatives]

 

Ten-year-old man Harry G. Mathes

 

Osaka (Japan) sister city affiliation committee press conference

 

Waiter serves wine balanced on his head while doing the Twist (dance)

 

Protest at Mel's Drive-in restaurant over hiring (race relations, civil rights) [11-12-63, 12 negatives]

 

Protest of Hiring Practices by Waitress Union -- Mel's Drive-in Restaurant(November 12, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-12-63.06]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Jackie Walsh (president of the local Waitress Union) talking with the press. Joseph Belardi (chairman of the joint committee of Culinary Workers) talking with the press. Views of crowd.
 

Five alarm fire at Cliff House [11-12-63, 11-13-63, 65 negatives]

 

Five Alarm Fire -- Cliff House(November 12, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-12-63.07]

Physical Description: negative

Scope and Content Note

Various views of the blaze, firemen working on the fire, and destroyed buildings.
 

(November 13, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-13-63.02]

Physical Description: 15 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of firefighters fighting the remaining fire and destroyed buildings.
 

World Affairs Council (Director Peter Hayman) [11-12-63, 3 negatives]

 

San Francisco International Film Festival dinner

 

Yugoslavia benefit recital (Consul General Milivoj Catipovic) [11-13-63, 4 negatives]

 

Demolition of building at Stevenson and Third Street for new garage

 

Plans for the new Japanese Culture Center

 

US Department of Health commissioner of welfare, Dr. Ellen Winston

 

Arrival of young lion "Asta" at San Francisco Zoo from Ethiopia

 

Stradivarius Quartette (Ephraim Engleman, Jacob Krachmalmick, Harry Rumpler, and Boris Blinder)

 

Popo the Clown

 

Women from San Francisco Women's Conference on Civil Rights meet at YMCA (Mrs. Joseph McCarthy and Chief Thomas Cahill) [11-19-63, 3 negatives]

 

San Francisco Women's Conference on Civil Rights -- YMCA(November 19, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-19-63.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Thomas Cahill and Mrs. Joseph McCarthy (National Council of Catholic Women) standing together with papers (civil rights).
 

Woman demonstrating the "parking meter Twist" (dance)

 

Honorable Dr. Samuel Antonio de Varona

 

New Protestant Chaplain at Youth Guidance Center (Reverend Lane Barton and Judge Melvyn I. Cronin)

 

Woman foreman of construction crew

 

Unveiling of plaque marking El Camino Real

 

Assassination of President John F. Kennedy (local reactions, prayer services) [11-22-63, ca. 80 negatives]

 

Boy Scouts tree planting day on Twin Peaks [11-23-63, 5 negatives]

 

Mrs. James D. Zellerbach meets conductor Josef Krips

 

New hippopotamidae for San Francisco Zoo (hippopotamuses)

 

Superior Court Judge Raymond J. O'Connor

 

Candidate for US Senate Harold Treskunoff (waiter)

 

Two new rhinoceroses for San Francisco Zoo

 

"Gals" working in Hunters Point shipyard (women) [11-27-63, 12 negatives]

 

American-Soviet affairs counselor Igor K. Kolosovsky speaks to students at San Francisco State [11-27-63, 10 negatives]

 

Conductor Josef Krips with Heinrich Keilholz

 

Thanksgiving at the Salvation Army

 

New BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) headquarters (814 Mission Street) (transportation) [11-27-63, 5 negatives]

 

Post-eye operation exam of Korean girl (health)

 

Fog from Twin Peaks (cityscapes)

 

New building and around town views (cityscapes) [11-28-63, 39 negatives]

 

New Buildings and Town Views -- Hilton, Nob Hill, Golden Gate Project(November 28, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 202, [11-28-63.01]

Physical Description: 39 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views all over the city of buildings being built or just completed (cityscapes).
 

Baron Zu Guttenberg, Christian Democrat in Parliament of Germany [11-29-63, 3 negatives]

 

Family of military man who is spending Thanksgiving in Vietnam

 

Soviet guests (Dr. Nikolai N. Blokhin, A.A. Vergheles, N.N. Inozemtev, Dr. N.M. Chegodaev, and D.A. Shmarinov )

 

Treasure Island civilian fire chief Douglas Allen Golden

 

Conductor Josef Krips with wife

 

December 1963 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [120063-123163]

Physical Description: 350 negatives (estimate)
 

Search for missing girl (Judith Williamson?) [12-01-63, 12-05-63, 7 negatives]

 

Civil defense material piling up in warehouse at Oakland Naval Supply Center [12-03-63, 10 negatives]

 

Civilian Defense Material Piling Up in Warehouse(December 03, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-03-63.01]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Stockman George Flanary checking the seventeen gallon water tanks, stacks of medical kits, Keith Perrin, leaderman, with food and crackers at the Oakland Naval Supply Center (civil defense).
 

Election posters

 

Election of officers and director of Chamber of Commerce [12-03-63, 3 negatives]

 

Balboa reservoir (cityscapes) [12-03-63, 3 negatives]

 

Drawings of new Fox Plaza building (Cyril Magnin and Richard Kirschman) [12-03-63, 9 negatives]

 

Hearing with members of ASTA (American Society of Travel Agents) and Senate fact finding committee (Alan Short, J. Eugene McAteer, and others)

 

Palace of Fine Arts meeting with Mayor elect John Francis Shelley and Mayor George Christopher [12-03-63, 5 negatives]

 

New police crash helmets

 

Russian (Soviet) engineers and contractors inspect building

 

Jefferson High School students re-enact senator's speeches on Federal Reserve system bill (education) [12-04-63, 11 negatives]

 

Victorian mansion at Green and Laguna Street sold at auction (buildings) [12-05-63, 8 negatives]

 

Entertainer Bob Hope and wife at airport

 

Back from Vietnam (Captain Donald A. Wisdom) [12-05-63, 4 negatives]

 

Diamond Jim (embezzler) and girlfriend

 

Pictorial Western Americana "gold rush" exhibit at The Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley [12-05-63, 3 negatives]

 

Pictorial Western Americana "Gold Rush" Exhibit at The Bancroft Library UC Berkeley(December 05, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-05-63.07]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Estelle Rebec, chief manuscript cataloguer with Robert H. Becker, assistant director readying "The Gold Seeker" (painting).
 

SNCC (Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee) press conference with John Lewis (civil rights) [12-06-63, 4 negatives]

 

Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee Press Conference(December 06, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-06-63.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portrait of John Lewis taken during a press conference for the SNCC (civil rights).
 

NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) leader Belford V. Lawson [12-06-63, 5 negatives]

 

San Francisco Real Estate Board 1964 officers

 

California Press Association dinner

 

Miss Teenager of America (Judy Doll)

 

Kidnapping of Frank Sinatra, Jr. [12-09-63, 6 negatives, 73 strip* negatives]

 

Frank Sinatra, Jr. Kidnapping -- Lake Tahoe(December 09, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-09-63.03]

Physical Description: 79 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mug shot photos of suspects in the Frank Sinatra, Jr. kidnapping case. The interior of a motel room, the exterior of a motel with a man pointing, a press conference, police with guns at a roadside checkpoint with a stopped car, a man handcuffed lying on a bed, men talking on the phone, a suspect being moved.
 

Pleasant Hill / Lafayette housing tract [12-09-63, 21 negatives]

 

Housing Tract -- Pleasant Hills -- Lafayette(December 09, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-09-63.06]

Physical Description: 21 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Houses and plots of land in Lafayette development area. Mostly landscape shots.
 

Writer Ella Winter

 

Pesticides meeting

 

Candidates for Mardi Gras Queen

 

Supervisor's Health and Welfare Committee hearing on life ban on selling meat after 6 pm [12-10-63, 2 negatives]

 

Nobel prize winners (Emilio Segre, Robert Hofstadter, Edwin M. McMillan, Melvin Calvin, Wendell Stanley, Donald Glaser and Owen Chamberlain) [12-10-63, 4 negatives]

 

Nobel Day -- California Academy of Sciences(December 10, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-10-63.08]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Seven winners of the Nobel Prize. Emilio Segre, Robert Hofstadter, Edwin M. McMillan, Melvin Galvin, Wendell Stanley, Donald A. Glaser and Owen Chamberlain. standing together.
 

New smog control (environment)

 

Librarian meeting

 

Launching of barge "Kenai"

 

Author Hans Holzer

 

Greek author and poet Kimon Friar

 

Dedication of new Water Department yard (President Stuart N. Greenberg of Water Commission and Mayor George Christopher) [12-11-63, 2 negatives]

 

George Washington High School student Madeline Olsson wins award in English (education) [12-12-63, 5 negatives]

 

Vallecitos Atomic Laboratory (Pleasanton/Livermore) with new Superheat Reactor (atomic age) [12-12-63, 38 negatives]

 

Vallecitos Atomic Laboratory -- Pleasanton/Livermore(December 12, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-12-63.03]

Physical Description: 38 negatives

Scope and Content Note

The inside of the superheat reactor, some men standing outside, the top of the reactor, also with man performing function inside the reactor, man standing in front of the reactor, the plant seen from a distance away with hills in background, copy of photo of overall view of plant, a man at the control panel with dials and switches (atomic age).
 

Tour with smog inspector (environment)

 

PTA talent show (education) [12-13-63, 8 negatives]

 

Salvation Army Drive

 

General Motors Plant strike (labor) [12-13-63, 12 negatives]

 

Payday for Strikers at General Motors Plant -- Fremont(December 13, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-13-63.05]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Men with picket signs standing together, people lined up to pick up their paychecks, man looking at his paycheck, man with child at paycheck table (labor).
 

Entertainer Bob Hope and wife at hospital

 

Children's Nativity Pageant at Canon Kip Community House

 

Balboa High School Students collect money for Youth Guidance Center [12-16-63, 3 negatives]

 

Rehoboth (ship) docked at Treasure Island after visit to Russia

 

Assembly Committee on Revenue and Taxation meeting at Board of Education about lottery bill [12-16-63, 12 negatives]

 

Blind children visit Santa Claus (disabled persons)

 

New dromedary camels arrive from Australia for San Francisco Zoo

 

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) press conference with Chairman Bill Bradley regarding equal rights for workers (labor, race relations) [12-17-63, 5 negatives]

 

Congress of Racial Equality Press Conference -- Macedonia Baptist Church (December 17, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-17-63.08]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Chairman Bill Bradley with the Reverend T.R. Provost and Pug Kilpatric, representing the West Bay Association of Food Industries, Inc. at a press conference (labor, civil rights).
 

Three alarm fire at Pickwick Hotel [12-18-63, 16 negatives]

 

Highway 101 near Corte Madera (no divider)

 

East-West players visit Shrine Hospital for crippled children (disabled persons) [12-19-63, 12 negatives]

 

Proposed new landfill (garbage dump) in Brisbane

 

Mayor George Christopher [12-19-63, 2 negatives]

 

Berkeley man (Robert Fennell) threatens President Johnson's life [12-20-63, 14 negatives]

 

Plans underway for heliport at San Francisco Bay bus terminal

 

Midwinter Ball (debutante presentation)

 

New 49er football coach Jack Christiansen and family

 

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) field worker Maureen Murphy (race relations) [12-26-63, 5 negatives]

 

Congress of Racial Equality Field Worker Maureen Murphy(December 26, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-26-63.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portraits of Maureen Murphy, CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) field worker (race relations).
 

Maritime Museum at Hyde Street Pier (vessels)

 

New Fire Department "pioneer museum"

 

100 year old Mrs. George Mountford

 

San Francisco Boys' Club takes trip to Alcatraz Island [12-27-63, 28 negatives]

 

Imperial Potentate Harold C. Close meets with Islam Temple Potentate Walter R. Castro for East-West game

 

Commissioning of nuclear submarine at Mare Island with Chief Justice Earl Warren (atomic age) [12-27-63, 12 negatives]

 

Commissioning of Nuclear Submarine -- Mare Island Navy Yard(December 27, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-27-63.05]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of the submarine with many servicemen lined up on top of it, Rear Admiral E.E. Yeomans introduces Chief Justice Earl Warren at the microphone, the Rear Admiral lined up with another officer and Justice Warren, Justice Warren boarding submarine (atomic age).
 

Apache Club (motorcyclists) in City Prison

 

East-West game at Kezar Stadium

 

Guy Wright in Sausalito (wanted regatta on New Year's Day)

 

Flags for Mayor George Christopher from Sertoma Club [12-30-63, 5 negatives]

 

Press interview with Bishop Donald H. Tippett

 

Model of new Dillingworth Corporation San Francisco skyscraper (buildings) [12-30-63, 8 negatives]

 

New Sicilian donkey arrives for San Francisco Zoo

 

Zoo keepers in with wild animals (asking for raise)

 

New appointee to California State Fair Employment Commission Louis Garcia (civil rights) [12-30-63, 4 negatives]

 

Appointee to State Fair Employment Commission Louis Garcia -- Flood Building(December 30, 1963) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 203, [12-30-63.09]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Governor Edmund G. Brown shown with Louis Garcia, attorney appointed to the State Fair Employment Commission (civil rights).
 

Neighborhood children plant trees in Berkeley

 

Christmas events (throughout month)

 

January 1964 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [010064-013164]

Physical Description: 525 negatives (estimate)
 

Candidate for Congress Donald H. Danforth

 

Three UC Berkeley students in jail after a sit-in (social protests)

 

Mayor George Christopher makes last public speech [01-03-64, 10 negatives]

 

Mayor George Christopher Makes Last Public Speech -- Palace Hotel(January 03, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-03-64.08]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Mayor George Christopher standing at a podium and speaking.
 

Indians (Apache and Navajo) to learn electronics at Philco Plant in Palo Alto

 

New San Francisco Police Commissioner William P. Clecak

 

Gadget for smog control (environment)

 

James P. Mitchell and Mayor George Christopher

 

Peter Howard of World Moral Rearmament program (religious renewal)

 

Businessman Lee Kaiser announces his candidacy for US Senate

 

Portrait of Father Junipero Serra by Bolivian artist Arturo Reque Meruvia (includes the artist and Father Barry)

 

Beatniks or "similar characters" take over empty house

 

Dr. C.W. Mayo and V.J. Skutt

 

Interview with scientists ready for International Scientific Project on Galapagos Islands (Victor Van Straelen, Robert Unsinger, George E. Victor, and Sir Julian Huxley)

 

New Mayor John Francis Shelley

 

New lights on Sunset Boulevard

 

Opera singer Mary Costa

 

New Potentate for Islam Temple Dr. Lowell R. Braden

 

Mayor Juan Luis Boscio of Puerto Rico

 

Preview of $450,000 maternity center at St. Francis Memorial Hospital (health)

 

Maternity Center -- St. Francis Memorial Hospital(January 09, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-09-64.06]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Preview of $450,000 maternity center. Various views of RN Margaret Scherrer sitting in a chair and feeding a baby. Various views of Dr. Donald Campbell and head nurse Jean Ko attending to patient Sue Lowry. Views of Scherrer standing with baby in the nursery (woman nurses baby in nursery -- a new idea) (health).
 

Travel books authors Helen and Frank Schreider

 

Bevy of beautiful girls standing around Mayor John Francis Shelley as he signs proclamation (the Mayor said "This is better than Washington...")

 

Stowaways Terri and Walter Haas aboard President Wilson (ship)

 

Consul General of Panama Benigna de Morales ("a woman")

 

"Series on smoking" (health) [01-10-64, 01-14-64 and 01-19-64, 24 negatives]

 

"Series on Smoking"(January 10, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-10-64.09-11]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Dr. Elis Sox, Jack Castel and Lenny De Carlo smoking. Various views of Jake Ehrlich sitting in a chair and smoking (health).
 

"Series on Smoking" -- Pine Crest Pipe Shop(January 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-14-64.02]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of people shopping at the Pine Crest Pipe Shop. Roque J. Belaundi showing pipes to Bea Weille (health).
 

"Series on Smoking" -- Whitcomb Hotel(January 19, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-19-64.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

People gathered for the lecture on smoking. Robert E. Duntan standing at a lecturn and speaking into a microphone. Dunton and Dr. Edward John standing at a lecturn. View of a woman sitting in her chair and covering her eyes. Anti-smoking demos including Edward holding a brain encased in a glass container (health).
 

"Mad Hats" for Light House (fashion)

 

Joe Bortin running for US Congress

 

Consul General William J. Gedeon of Jordan

 

US Senate hearing on medical quackery (Mayor John Francis Shelley, Senator Harrison Williams, William E. Oriol, and others) (health)

 

Ballet stars Margot Fonteyn and Rudolph Nureyev (also James Ludwig and Lew Christiensen)

 

New FEPC (Fair Employment Practice Commission) Chairman Carmen Warschaw

 

Diamond Heights Shopping Center ground breaking

 

Jane Hick speaks to the League of Women Voters about lobbyists and legislation

 

Reverend Fred L. Shuttleworth of Birmingham (Alabama) of Christian Movement for Human Rights [01-14-64, 3 negatives]

 

Reverend Fred L. Shuttleworth of Birmingham -- Palace Hotel(January 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-14-64.08]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Reverend Fred L. Shuttleworth sitting in a chair and talking (civil rights, race relations).
 

Republican Nick Verreos announcing candidacy

 

Elizabeth Cole (US Commission on Civil Rights)

 

Edward E. Heavey filing for candidacy for Congress

 

Citizens protest about Rapid Transit (BART) (transportation) [01-14-64, 8 negatives]

 

Citizens Protest Over Rapid Transit -- Bosworth and Diamond Streets(January 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-14-64.14]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Ester P. Franse standing and holding a map (transportation).
 

Citizens Protest Over Rapid Transit -- Glen Park School(January 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-14-64.18]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Marcella Durand, Walter Jebe, and Mrs. J.C. Baxter talking to a seated Winfield Salta (transportation).
 

New Harvey Science building at University of San Francisco

 

Pat Walker getting ready for opening new beauty parlor at 371 Sutter Street

 

Crown Prince Harald of Norway arrival and visit to UC Berkeley (also includes Professor Hakon Hambre, Vice Chancellor Raymond Bresslor, Consul General C.O. Jorgensen of Norway, and others)

 

Interview with Reverend Hamilton Boswell of Jones Methodist Church about new Jones Memorial home (also includes architect Morton Tader with plans of new building)

 

Former Ambassador Doctor Roberto Arias of Panama

 

"Youth for Service Boys" protesting violence against Chinese grocery store man Park Huey (social protests, race relations?) [01-14-64 - 01-16-64, and 01-22-64, 22 negatives]

 

Park Huey -- Franklin Hospital(January 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-14-64.16]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Photograph of Park Huey. Views of Park Huey in a hospital bed (social protests, race relations?).
 

Park Huey's Family -- Revere Avenue(January 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-15-64.06]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Yvonne Huey and her mother Mrs. Park Huey standing together behind a counter (social protests, race relations?).
 

"Youth for Service Boys" Protest March -- Revere Street (January 16, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-16-64.09]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Marchers (including Afro-Americans) with signs protesting violence (social protests, race relations?).
 

Park Huey Back at Work -- Revere Street(January 22, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-22-64.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Park Huey standing outside his store and holding his daughter while shaking hands with some children. Views of Park Huey and his family standing behind the counter in his store (social protests, race relations?).
 

Interview with prominent Russian scientist Professor Mikhail A. Lavrentyev (expert on hydrodynamics)

 

Last tourist souvenir stand on Fisherman's Wharf [01-17-64 and 01-23-64, 27 negatives]

 

Last Souvenir Stand on Fisherman's Wharf(January 17, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-17-64.03]

Physical Description: 19 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of last souvenir stand and its operator C.L. Howle. Views of the wharf without souvenir stands.
 

Sourvenir Stands Now Sell Food -- Fisherman's Wharf(January 23, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-23-64.05]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Tony Cincotta, president of the Fisherman's Wharf Association, standing. View of Mike Geraldi selling bread. Views of unidentified people looking at crabs. View of the wharf without crowds.
 

Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara at airport and at Hunters Point Shipyard [01-17-64, 18 negatives]

 

Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara -- Airport and Hunters Point Shipyard(January 17, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-17-64.04-05]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Robert McNamara shaking hands with Captain John Dolan, surrounded by reporters, and giving a speech. McNamara and Dolan walking together. McNamara sitting in the back of a car. McNamara standing aboard the Higbee (ship) with J.J. Herzog and Rear Admiral William Brockett.
 

President Wilson (ship) delayed by labor dispute

 

Press tour of new Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church (artist Vaseleos Kapousouz and Father Kosturos)

 

Royal Swedish training ship (Commodore Anders Nilson, Captain Alf Berggren, grandson of Swedish King Michael Bernadotte)

 

Mrs. John Fell Stevenson and old Victorian mansion she decorated and painted (2004 Gough Street)

 

"Colored" boy elected student body president at James Denman Jr. High School (race realtions, Afro-Americans)

 

Percy M. Steele Jr. of the Bay Area Urban League

 

Western Furniture Show (includes views of bar made of old barrels and cast iron statue called "Dancing Lady")

 

Chinatown New Years special (owner of Kuo Wah and grandchildren, and Miss Tse from Ethiopia)

 

Art gallery director for Sherman and Clay Tweedie Moskin

 

Snow on Mount Tamalpais

 

Gene McAteer of "Save the Bay Association"/"Bonds for Israel" awards (former Mayor George Christopher, Consul Gideon Saguy of Israel, and Mayor John Francis Shelley)

 

New model of St. Mary's Cathedral [01-24-64, 9 negatives]

 

New Model of St. Mary's Catherdral -- Church Street(January 24, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-24-64.09-10]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of an overall scale model for the proposed St. Mary's Cathedral. Consulting architect Pietro Belluschi, Archbishop Joseph T. McGlucken, Justin Herman, and Reverend Thomas J. Bowe standing with models of the cathedral.
 

San Francisco Youth Conference on Race and Religion

 

Groundbreaking for new Chinese Trade Center

 

Vice Chief of Staff for US Army General Barksdale Hamlett at Presidio

 

Dealers' preview of "'64 Buick" automobile

 

Consul General McLeod P. Chapman of New Zealand

 

Senator Edward Kennedy and his sister meet with Trustee Clarence Heller [01-27-64, 6 negatives]

 

Senator Edward Kennedy -- Fairmont Hotel(January 27, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-27-64.12]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Senator Edward Kennedy and his sister Mrs. Peter Lawford sitting at a table. Kennedy, Mrs. Lawford, and Clarence Heller talking.
 

New officers of United Council of Churches (Judge Joseph Kennedy, Alan Nichols, and Dr. Carl Howie)

 

Pickets in front of the International Building (labor) [01-28-64, 8 negatives]

 

Pickets -- International Building(January 28, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-28-64.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of millmen picketing with signs in front of the International Building (labor).
 

Governor Nelson Rockefeller and wife [01-28-64, 13 negatives]

 

Governor Nelson Rockefeller and Wife -- Airport and Market Street(January 28, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 204, [01-28-64.04-05]

Physical Description: 13 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Governor Nelson Rockefeller and his wife stepping off an airplane and walking together with unidentified people. Mrs. Rockefeller accepting roses from Mrs. Lee Sherry. Rockefeller and his wife in large crowd.
 

Senior partner of the Sutron Co. A.C. Hall

 

Model Pat Mahen (fashion)

 

Columnist Amy Vanderbilt

 

Ann Miller of Red Cross

 

New Chrysler turbine car

 

City to fill up planters in the middle of upper Market Street with cement (neighborhood, street view)

 

Conrad Hilton visits the new Hilton Hotel

 

Joe Di Maggio and Jack McDonald

 

Artist Patri with students in Art School (940 Grove Street)

 

Five person debate by candidates for Congress (Tome Flowers, Joe Bortin, Edward E. Heavey, Harry Johns, and Phil Burton)

 

Opening of Huck Finn Pool at Cow Palace

 

February 1964 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [020064-022964]

Physical Description: 400 negatives (estimate)
 

100th birthday celebration of California Historical Society (Lloyd and Sidney Liebes)

 

Tina Lea Wooley monkey

 

"Andy" of "Amos and Andy" celebrates his seventy-fourth birthday

 

Executive Vice-President of Lincoln University Emma B. Jorss

 

"National or State?" ruckus (protection of Limantour Spit and Francis Drake Bay?) (environment) [02-03-64, 12 negatives]

 

Limantour Spit and Francis Drake Bay(February 03, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-03-64.03]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Litter left by tourists. Landscapes. Oliver Hofmann at his home on the beach (Point Reyes National Seashore area) (environment).
 

South of Market area redevelopment hearing

 

California Maid of Cotton Sharon Lee Moore

 

Author Beulah Roth and her Siamese cat Louie XIV

 

Mission merchants and guests (Mayor John Francis Shelley, Judge Leo Friedman, Chief of Police Thomas Cahill, and others)

 

New York fair "Time capsule" exhibit

 

Vice-Consul Ines Wells of Columbia

 

New planning commissioner Ronald Pelosi

 

Miss Idaho Linda Moulton with one of the largest mountain sheep heads "ever bagged in North America: 26' spread"

 

University of San Francisco registration day (students)

 

Assistant Secretary of Labor Esther Peterson

 

Chinese New Year special

 

New planning commissioner Ronald Pelossi sworn in by Judge Lawrence S. Mana (includes son Mathew)

 

Harbor Boat Tours taking visiting Indians from Nevada

 

Rabbi Belfour Brickner

 

Teenage model legislature (San Francisco teenage delegation leaves for Sacramento)

 

Mayors John Francis Shelley, Wallace D. Henderson, and Sam Yorty [02-07-64, 4 negatives]

 

Mayors Gather -- Mayor's Office(February 07, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-07-64.08]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Mayors John Francis Shelley, Wallace D. Henderson (Fresno) and Sam Yorty (Los Angeles) standing together outside the Mayor's Office.
 

Construction under way to widen Golden Gate Bridge toll plaza approach

 

Keynote speaker for Negro History week Rosa Gragg (Afro-Americans) [02-08-64, 2 negatives]

 

Rosa Gragg -- Bellevue Hotel(February 08, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-08-64.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portrait views of Rosa Gragg.
 

Exterior views of Franciscan Restaurant at Fisherman's Wharf being remodeled

 

Fashion layout in Chinatown [02-08-64, ca. 60 negatives]

 

Chinese family in store that they run on Grant Avenue (Chinatown) [02-08-64, 2 negatives]

 

Miss California Francine Cheryl Herack

 

Professor Robert A. Scalapino

 

Mayor Nicola Maineri of Toirano City (Italy) receives key to city from Mayor John Francis Shelley

 

Sun Heung Club in Chinatown

 

San Francisco Youth Conference on Religion and Race (Reverend Archie Hargraves of New York City and others)

 

Mardi Gras queen and costumes

 

Brooks camera store anniversary (taking pictures of "Sam," lion owned by Jackie Kelly of Oakland)

 

Mayor John Francis Shelley and eleven newly appointed commissioners (Art Commission and Library Commission)

 

Politician Vera Schultz of Marin County

 

Aboard liner Oronsay (ship)

 

Ambassador Thomas J. Kiernan of Ireland with Mayor John Francis Shelley and Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken

 

"Beatle" wigs are coming to Klein Toy Co. (fashion) [02-12-64, 3 negatives]

 

Beatles Wigs -- Klein Toy Company(February 12, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-12-64.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Pete Klein standing with Lou Saunders and holding guitar (fashion).
 

Rabbi Arthur Gilbert

 

Treasure Island fire (taken from Telephone Building)

 

Dr. Hilda Taba of State College

 

Politician Barry Goldwater [02-12-64, 34 negatives]

 

Barry Goldwater -- Airport and Fairmont Hotel(February 12, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-12-64.08-09]

Physical Description: 34 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Barry Goldwater speaking to a large crowd. Goldwater waving to the crowd, and views of the press and supporters. Goldwater supporters holding signs. Overall views of a crowd listening to Goldwater speak. Goldwater supporters marching with signs outside the Fairmont Hotel.
 

Scenes taken from San Francisco Bay Bridge (cityscapes)

 

Ash Wednesday at St. Patrick Church (Monsignor Vincent F. McCarthy)

 

Views (telephoto) from Twin Peaks (of Civic Center, the new Federal Office Building, St. Ignatius and Lone Mountain) (cityscapes)

 

Massachussets training ship

 

News-Call Bulletin photographer Ed "Juby" McKeon with and without "Beatles" wig [02-13-64, 5 negatives]

 

Ed "Juby" McKeon(February 13, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-13-64.08]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of News-Call Bulletin photographer Ed "Juby" McKeon wearing a "Beatles" wig and sitting at a table.
 

Tom Flowers running for Congress

 

Stanford scientist Dr. Rolf Bolin

 

Senator Abraham A. Ribicoff

 

Ralph Stackpole with pictures of his ideas of what to do with Alcatraz Island [02-14-64, 19 negatives]

 

Ralph Stackpole -- Mill Valley(February 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-14-64.01]

Physical Description: 19 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Ralph Stackpole sitting with pictures of stone statues. Stackpole kneeling next to a stone statue.
 

Eichler houses on Argonaut Street after fire

 

Papal honors for seven San Francisco men and women

 

Final steel work, flag raising, and views from top of new Hartford Building (cityscapes)

 

James Roosevelt

 

Annual "capping ceremonies" for nurses at St. Luke's Hospital (new nurses singing)

 

Chanel suits and jewels by model Carla Borelli (fashion)

 

Baseball star Ted Williams with News-Call Bulletin photographer Sid Tate

 

Laying wreath at Phoebe Apperson Hearst memorial

 

President of British Travel Association Lord Mancroft

 

Commemoration of Golden Gate International Exposition (with aviator Douglas "Wrong Way" Corrigan)

 

Politician Phillip Burton

 

Blind den mother Doris Benedict with blind Boy Scouts (disabled persons)

 

Former Ambassador Abba Eban of Israel

 

"Panhellenic show" at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

 

Travel film producers Jean Porterfield and Lisa Chickering

 

New apartment highrise buildings (Golden Gateway at the Embarcadero) (housing)

 

Former Governor Goodwin Knight

 

House of artist Ralph Du Casse

 

North African sheep shipment to Oakland Zoo

 

Mrs. John Pope in Smithsonian Institute

 

Automotive exhibit at Cow Palace

 

Prince Bertil of Sweden escorted into City Hall by Mayor John Francis Shelley (includes Ambassador Herbert de Besche of Sweden)

 

Churches on Lincoln Avenue (Greek Orthodox and Latter Day Saints)

 

Old Louis Bloch mansion about to be torn down

 

Japanese-American Citizens League banquet (JACL)

 

San Francisco Union of Painters picket Lombard Street Gate of Presidio (labor) [02-24-64, 8 negatives]

 

San Francisco Union of Painters Picket -- Lombard Street Gate of Presidio(February 24, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-24-64.01]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Vatious views of picketers marching and holding signs.
 

His Excellency Thubten Jigme Norbu (monk)

 

Japanese city gardener George Tanaka asks for back pay while in internment camp (Japanese Americans) [02-25-64, 4 negatives]

 

Japanese Gardener Asks for Compensation -- City Hall(February 25, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-25-64.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

George Tanaka shown before Judiciary Commission of Supervisors asking for three years' back pay while interned in Utah (Japanese-Americans, war relocation).
 

Health and Welfare press conference (author Edgar May of "Wasted in America" and David R. Hunter)

 

Ambassador Ryuji Taksuchi of Japan

 

Reverend Thomas P. Cosgrave blesses new statue at St. Ignatius Church

 

Women wearing men's fashions at Bardelli's restaurant [02-26-64, 8 negatives]

 

Women Wearing Men's Fashions -- Bardellis Restaurant(February 26, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [02-26-64.04]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of models wearing men's fashions (fashion).
 

Conference on "shop-in" demonstrations with Rev. Hamilton Boswell and Mayor John Francis Shelley (Afro-Americans, race relations, civil rights?) [02-26-64, 10 negatives]

 

John L. Burton running in State Assembly election

 

Condemned building and exiting tenants in Chinatown (neighborhood)

 

Flight engineers picketing airline offices on Powell Street (labor) [02-28-64, 5 negatives]

 

"Fountain of the Four Seasons" turned on at Golden Gateway (housing development: highrise buildings shown)

 

Author of "Born Free" Joy Adamson

 

March 1964 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205-206, [030064-033164]

Physical Description: 475 negatives (estimate)
 

Site for new community park (Thirty-sixth and Ortega Streets)

 

Return of scientific expedition to South Seas (name not provided)

 

Buck (ship) at Pier Forty-three

 

Mayor John Francis Shelley (carnation always in lapel)

 

Jean Ackerman who promoted making a film on poet (name not provided)

 

Five judges up for registering at City Hall

 

Sheraton Palace picketing (social protests, Afro-Americans, race-relations) [03-02-64 - 03-14-64, 40 negatives]

 

Sheraton Palace Picketing -- Hall of Justice(March 02, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [03-02-64.08]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Tracy Sims standing. Overall views of crowds gathered at Hall of Justice. Picketers in court (social protests, Afro-Americans, race-relations).
 

Sheraton Palace Picketing -- Sutter Street(March 06, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [03-06-64.01]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Tracy Sims and Mick Myerson sitting together and talking. Sims and Myerson with Bill Bradley and Dr. Berbridge. Sims, Myerson, Bradley, Berbridge, and unidentified people sitting around a table (social protests, Afro-Americans, race-relations).
 

Sheraton Palace Picketing -- Palace Hotel and Hall of Justice (March 07, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [03-07-64.01-02]

Physical Description: 13 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of protesters gathered along a wall in the basement of Hall of Justice. Protesters engaged in sit-in at the Sheraton Palace. Views of police removing protesters (social protests, Afro-Americans, race-relations).
 

Sheraton Palace Picketing -- Hall of Justice(March 09, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [03-09-64.05]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

People gathered in court. Views of Tracy Sims and attorneys Malcolm Bernstein and Beverly Axelrod standing before the court (social protests, Afro-Americans, race-relations).
 

Jim Forman of Student Non-Violent Committee [03-03-64, 2 negatives]

 

Jim Forman of Student Non-Violent Committee -- Sir Francis Drake Hotel(March 03, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [03-03-64.03]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Jim Forman sitting in a chair and smoking a pipe. (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee?) (civil rights?, social protests).
 

Easter hats (fashion)

 

New automatic reservation machine at American Airlines

 

Easter fashions

 

Exchange books from Russia at San Francisco Public Library

 

Economist Margaret Thal-Larsen

 

Ann Landers speaking on American morality [03-06-64, ca. 25 negatives]

 

NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) pickets Cadillac agency (social protests, race relations) [03-09-64 and 03-14-64, 24 negatives]

 

NAACP Pickets Cadillac Agency -- Van Ness Avenue (March 09, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [03-09-64.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of picketers marching with signs (social protests, race relations).
 

NAACP Pickets Cadillac Agency -- Van Ness Avenue (March 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [03-14-64.01]

Physical Description: 20 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Protesters sitting inside on the floor of the Cadillac agency. Police carrying protesters out of the building. Protesters marching. Police gathered together and talking. View of a Cadillac with people standing near it. Various views of three unidentified men talking and standing near a Cadillac (social protests, race relations).
 

Sister Marie Therese

 

Stretch maternity clothes (fashion)

 

Orcades (ship) at Pier Thirty-two

 

Laurence Rockefeller

 

Dr. Lawrence Katz and Reverend Don Moomaw

 

Groundbreaking for new neighborhood parking lot at Castro Street (between Seventeenth and Eighteenth Streets)

 

John Birch Society leader speaks (William Jacobson, Robert Welch, and Dr. John Richardson)

 

Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken, Dr. Carl G. Howie, Rabbi Alvin Pine, Reverend Eugene A. Boyle, and others

 

Governor Nelson Rockefeller (at UC Berkeley with students, and in Oakland at "Slim Jenkins" restaurant) [03-12-64, ca. 20 negatives]

 

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) aerial structures at 814 Mission Street (transportation) [03-12-64, 17 negatives]

 

Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Model -- Mission Street(March 12, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 205, [03-12-64.06]

Physical Description: 17 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Donn Emmous holding a section of BART model and model itself (transportation).
 

Plans and model of new hospital at San Francisco Presidio

 

Japanese Rock Garden dedication ceremony

 

Stuffed bear that is to be placed atop the new environmental design building at UC Berkeley (campanile in the background)

 

US Commissioner for IRS (Internal Revenue Service) Mortimer M. Caplin

 

Irish flag at City Hall (Consul General Charles V. Whelan, Mayor John Francis Shelley, and others)

 

Joan A. Merriam to fly solo around the world (arriving in Oakland, with Oakland Mayor, take-off, etc.)

 

Lawyer/author Jake Ehrlich (Jacob W. Ehrlich) autographs new book "A reasonable doubt"

 

Marie Rogers beside statue "To the Portuguese Emigrant"

 

First annual St. Patrick's Day Snake Race for aid to "retarded" children (developmentally disabled? or mentally handicapped?)

 

Mrs. Willie Brown and children

 

New Food Land Market at Eddy and Buchanan Streets

 

American Cancer Society press conference (actor Gregory Peck)

 

Interim committee on human relations (includes Pastor Ross F. Hidy, Earl Raab, Mayor John Francis Shelley, and Frank Quinn)

 

Sculptor Ugo Adriano Graziotti with bust of President John F. Kennedy

 

Actor Gregory Peck getting patch from Jerry Denham [03-19-64, 5 negatives]

 

Spring-style safari at Golden Gate Park

 

Presenting flowers to Mayor John Francis Shelley for "East meets the West"

 

San Leandro Memorial Hospital "going broke"

 

Politician Pierre Sallinger (at airport, with Mayor John Francis Shelley, announcing his candidacy for Democratic Senate nomination, at Space Exposition in San Mateo, etc.) [03-20-64 - 03-24-64, ca. 50 negatives]

 

Orange Coast College band performs in Union Square

 

CASL (California Association of School Librarians?) meeting

 

Press conference with attorney Melvin Belli in his office [03-20-64, 15 negatives]

 

"Bums" asleep under freeway ramps near Folsom and Essex Streets (homelessness)

 

Pathelique the Clown (Larry Evers) and his two masks

 

Sixtieth birthday cake at Hotel St. Francis (replica of the hotel)

 

Ripley's French restaurant (Georges Firmignac mixing his famous "Ripley's Punch" and in the kitchen)

 

Red Cross banquet (President of Red Cross General Alfred Gruenther and others)

 

New "President Jack Kennedy" half dollars taken at Federal Reserve Bank

 

Holiday for Weight Watchers party (Ilima Way, Palo Alto)

 

Land's End at Golden Gate Bridge

 

Movie stars Annette Funicello and Jody McCres sign autographs for kids [03-25-64, 2 negatives]

 

Movie Stars Annette Funicello and Jody McCres -- Fox and Warfield Theater(March 25, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [03-25-64.06]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Annette Funicello and Jody McCres standing in a crowd and signing autographs.
 

Aboard the Lock Loyal (ship) (Assistant Curator Anita Ventura and Captain W.A. Kennedy with ship model)

 

New clinical study center at San Francisco Hospital (health)

 

Luncheon in commemoration of the ninetieth anniversary of the birth of poet Robert Frost (includes sculptor of plaque Francis M. Sedgwick and grandson William Prescott Frost)

 

Politician Howard A. McKenzie

 

New baby boy William Aloysius born to Susan and John Brodie

 

Launching of the Bradley (ship)

 

Home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dederich (he runs "Synanon" for helping "dope" addicts) (narcotics)

 

Judge Lenore Underwood adds new touch to the black judicial robe: a white mink collar

 

Politician Barry Goldwater

 

Narcotics raid

 

Parts of structure to be remolded at the Palace of Fine Arts

 

Temporary quarters of Main Library at 45 Hyde Street

 

April 1964 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206-207, [040064-043064]

Physical Description: 550 negatives (estimate)
 

French ball at Fairmont Hotel

 

William Kelley

 

New cut through Golden Gate Park for rapid transit (transportation)

 

New seven-and-a-half-year-old gorilla at San Francisco Zoo

 

News-Call Bulletin writer Bill Drury (includes positives)

 

Connie Harman shows how to peel artichoke

 

Professor Helen Pillans of Mills College

 

Mrs. Jeremy Ets-Hokin and daughter Rebecca

 

Rockefeller luncheon (Vice Chair of Rockefeller Foundation Margaret Alderman and Nelson A. Rockefeller)

 

United Nations (UN) reception and other events [04-01-64 - 04-03-64, 32 negatives]

 

United Nations (UN) Reception -- Palace Hotel(April 01, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-01-64.01]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Secretary General U Thant, Mayor John Francis Shelley, and Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson standing together.
 

Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson and Secretary General of UN U Thant -- UC Berkeley(April 02, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 47, [04-02-64.10]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

U Thant and Stevenson standing at a podium and speaking. Placing sash over Stevenson. Stevenson shaking hands with Dr. Clark Kerr. U Thant shaking hands with Kerr. U Thant holding degree. Placing sash over U Thant. Stevenson holding degree stands next to Kerr.
 

Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson -- Palace Hotel(April 03, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-03-64.05]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Stevenson.
 

Ambassador Adlai Stevenson and Secretary General of UN U Thant -- Mayor's Office(April 03, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-03-64.07]

Physical Description: 15 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of crowds. Adlai E. Stevenson, U Thant, Fleishhacker, and Mayor John Francis Shelley standing together. Various views of reporters holding up microphones to Stevenson, U Thant, Fleishhacker, and Shelley. Views of U Thant receiving a redwood gavel from Shelley.
 

Dedication of UC Berkeley Laboratory of Chemical Biodynamics [04-01-64, 7 negatives]

 

Dedication of Laboratory of Chemical Biodynamics -- UC Berkeley(April 01, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-01-64.03]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Professor Melvin Calvin standing at a podium and speaking to a crowd. President of Nobel Foundation Arne Tiselius standing at a podium and speaking.
 

Press conference with scientist Glenn Theodore Seaborg

 

Diet effects at Highland Hospital in Oakland (Investigator for the National Diet-Heart Study Dr. Laurance W. Kinsell)

 

Hindu globe-girdling bike rider Mishreelal Jaiswal

 

Walter Johnson celebrating his divorce

 

United Nations (UN) Ambassador Adlai E. Stevenson

 

New Director of Human Relations for San Francisco Housing Authority Effie Robinson

 

Campaigner for Harold Stassen Roger Johnson

 

Fort Baker in Marin County [04-03-64, 50 negatives]

 

Fort Baker -- Marin County(April 03, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-03-64.09]

Physical Description: 50 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Fort Baker and nearby beach from the south. Views of the Palace of Fine Arts and unidentified buildings along the coast. Various views of the Golden Gate Bridge.
 

Former Governor Stassen (Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota?)

 

Flag ceremonies honoring General Douglas MacArthur (flag atop Crown Zellerbach Building and flag at half mast) [04-06-64, 04-09-64]

 

Artist Shirley Yudkin

 

New "Cage car" for police

 

Hilton Hotel exterior

 

Cal-Universe beauty pageant

 

Desegregation demonstration (social protests, Afro-Americans, race relations) [04-07-64, 8 negatives]

 

Desegregation Demonstration -- School Board (April 07, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-07-64.05]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers with signs "If we really want integrated schools," "Segregation in housing is immoral," "Protect the right to buy property," etc., outside 170 Fell Street entrance to School Board headquarters building (social protests, Afro-Americans, race relations).
 

Salesian Boys' Club

 

President Robert Halsing of Society of St. Vincent de Paul

 

Clergy march on "Rumford Act" (social protests) [04-08-64, 5 negatives]

 

Clergy March On "Rumford Act" -- Ferry Building(April 08, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-08-64.09]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Marchers leave Ferry Buildings walking up Market Street to Attorney Generals office holding signs "Vote no to initiative" and "Come to the aid of justice" (social protests).
 

Swim suit fashions (model Carla Borelli)

 

San Francisco Ballet opening at Geary Theatre

 

Miss Maritime Day contestants

 

Icon ceremonies at St. Boniface Church (Father Alfred Boeddeker, Russian Orthodox Archbishop John Shahovskoy, and Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken) [04-09-64 - 04-10-64, 8 negatives]

 

Hearing on Golden Gate Bridge arches

 

City College fashion show

 

"Science in Germany" at Masonic Auditorium (1750 large burning glass, 1860 velociped bike, and computer drawing table)

 

Opening of "Spring comes to Maiden Lane"

 

Men's baseball hats (fashion)

 

Professor of Pediatrics Dr. William Silverman of Columbia University

 

Actor Bill Dana

 

Politician Pierre Sallinger arrives at headquarters surrounded by four hundred greeters and "sweetheart girls"

 

Cuban exile leader Antonio Veciana

 

Press conference on Civil Liberties Library (Ann Fagen Ginger, Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn, and display of Civil Liberties publications)

 

Women with flower displays at Buddist temple (1881 Pine Street)

 

Anti-war pickets and tax protests in front of Internal Revenue office (social protests) [04-13-64 and 04-15-64, 7 negatives]

 

Anti-War Pickets and Tax Protests -- Sir Francis Drake Hotel(April 13, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-13-64.04]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Britt Peter, Ira Sandperl, and Denny Wilcher standing at a lecturn together (social protests).
 

Anti-War Pickets and Tax Protests -- Internal Revenue Office(April 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-15-64.16]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of protesters marching in front of the Internal Revenue office with signs (social protests)..
 

Dean of Columbia University Dr. David B. Truman

 

Fire at Standard Oil Refinery in Richmond

 

Hearing on the Cadillac picket (social protests, civil rights) [04-13-64, 8 negatives]

 

Hearing on the Cadillac Picket -- Hall of Justice (April 13, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-13-64.12]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Protesters involved in the Cadillac sit-in at a court hearing with attorney Willie Brown (social protests, civil rights).
 

Return of Kenichi Horie from Japan (shown in lifeboat)

 

Pickets and crowds at Nourse Hall (development protest) (social protests) [04-14-64, 14 negatives]

 

Pickets -- Nourse Auditorium(April 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-14-64.01]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Protesters with signs marching outside Nourse Hall. Views of crowds gathered inside Nourse Hall (social protests).
 

Pickets -- Nourse Auditorium (April 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-14-64.07]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Eddie Mattox standing at a podium and speaking. James Folger sitting and eating. Eugene Eagle, Mrs. Dorothy Shinder, Percy Jones, and Mrs Joye Goodwin standing and speaking. Portrait shot of Willie Brown (social protests).
 

Eugene Burdick

 

Franz Cardinal Koenig of Vienna

 

Woman flying around the world Jerrie Mock and her husband ("Spirit of Columbus" airplane)

 

Author Mary McCarthy

 

Belgian Ambassador H.E. Baron Scheyven

 

Miss Maritime Day

 

Sheraton Palace Hotel picket trial (social protests) [04-15-64 - 04-16-64, 19 negatives]

 

Sheraton Palace Hotel Picket Trial -- City Hall(April 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-15-64.14]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of crowd in a courtroom including Tracy Sims (social protests).
 

Sheraton Palace Hotel Picket Trial -- Hall of Justice(April 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-15-64.18]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of a crowd gathered in a hall. Tracy Sims and others standing in a courtroom. Views of attorney Vincent Hallianan (social protests).
 

Sheraton Palace Hotel Picket Trial -- Hall of Justice(April 16, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-16-64.03]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Attorney Vincent Hallinan and Patrick Hallinan sitting at a table with defendants (seated behind them in the first row of the courtroom). V. Hallinan and prospective jurors (social protests).
 

Attorney Robert Treuaft thrown out of Portugal

 

Dr. Robert Geiger

 

Author Mary McCarthy interviewed by Bill Wong at San Francisco Public Library

 

Disgruntled artists picket in front of Museum of Modern Art (social protests) [04-16-64, 4 negatives]

 

Artists Picket -- Museum of Modern Art(April 16, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-16-64.10]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers marching with signs ("This show unfair to the public," "This show unfair to all artists," etc.) in front of the Museum of Modern Art, including Jean Varda ("agitator") and Gwen Sussex (social protests).
 

Mission Merchants display at Twenty Second and Capp Streets ("Man in Space") (space age)

 

Ferry Building from top (cityscapes) [04-17-64, 16 negatives]

 

Ferry Building(April 17, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-17-64.01]

Physical Description: 16 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Ferry Building from above. Scenes up Market Street towards Twin Peaks. Embarcadero freeway, and City Hall (cityscapes).
 

Fashion at Stonestown

 

Senator Barry Goldwater

 

Demonstration of antique 1883 Rumsey hand pumper at Lake Lagunita

 

Alan Cranston campaigning for senator [04-20-64, 11 negatives]

 

Alan Cranston Campaigning for Senator -- Market and Powell Streets(April 20, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-20-64.04]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Alan Cranston shaking hands with people and walking with supporters on the sidewalk.
 

Aid to Alaskan earthquake victims (Mayor John Francis Shelley and James J. Rudden of Red Cross)

 

Hospital convention (new type of hospital bed in which "electricity does all the work" and "complete surgery habit" for Sisters of the Sacret Heart) (health)

 

Civic Light Opera opening night at Curran Theatre

 

Committee for Nonviolent Action (two peace walkers from India W.P. Menon and Satish Kumar)

 

Actor Lee Tracy

 

Democratic Forum (Birth Control Appropriation luncheon with Dr. Lawrence R. Neblett, Dr. Howard R. Herning, Dr. R. Elgin, and Monsignor James B. Flynn)

 

Edwin J. Lukas of American Jewish Committee

 

YMCA at Embarcadero

 

Presentation of Turkish Nargileh and carved meerschaum pipe to Mayor John Francis Shelley by Consul General Myron B. Goldsmith of Turkish Republic

 

Artist Flo Allen

 

Captain Maino des Granges of submarine tender Nereus (ship) (partial view)

 

Thirty-fourth Annual Association of Western Hospitals conference

 

Appointee to Air Force Academy James Wurm

 

Mission Boarding Stables horse barn near Colma distroyed by fire

 

Martin Luther King press conference and greated by Stanford students [04-23-64, 12 negatives]

 

Martin Luther King -- Airport(April 23, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 206, [04-23-64.14]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Martin Luther King during press conference. King standing next to Stanford University student body president Bud Wedin.
 

Indian art treasures being unloaded from President Hoover (ship)

 

Movie cameraman James Wong Howe (cinematographer) [04-24-64, 5 negatives]

 

Cameraman James Wong Howe(April 24, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [04-24-64.02]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

James Wong Howe sitting at a table with Charles Leong, C.H. Kwock, and Gilbert Woo. Howe standing with an unidentified man.
 

Playground money cut from budget in Sunnyside District and agitation by mothers to restore funds (children with signs, mothers, and scenes in City Hall) [04-24-64 - 04-27-64, 17 negatives]

 

Fountains turned on at new Federal Office Building

 

Alcatraz hearing (Governor Glenn M. Anderson and Senator Edward V. Long)

 

Bearded Muni driver (with goatee) (fashion, dress code?)

 

Madness Dress Shop at 278 Sisvidera [sic] Street (fashion)

 

"Great Saloon Paintings of San Francisco" at Guy Milberry Union (paintings by A.D.M. Cooper, Serendat de Belzin, and others)

 

Hiroshima visitors Dr. Takuo Matsumoto and Shizue Matsube

 

First Chinese to join San Francisco Fire Department Wylie Low [04-28-64, 40 negatives]

 

First Chinese to Join San Francisco Fire Department -- Ninetinth and Folsom Streets(April 28, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [04-28-64.15]

Physical Description: 40 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Wylie Low standing with badge in hand, crouched near a fire truck, climbing the extension ladder, shining a fire truck, and cooking.
 

Communist speaker at College of San Mateo campus (Louis Francis, Robert Coleman, Patrick Olmer, President of College Dr. Julio Bortolazzo, and others) (communism)

 

Opening of new Bell Market

 

New one-million-dollar outpatient wing at Mount Zion Hospital (health)

 

End of US intervention in Vietnam press conference [04-29-64, 3 negatives]

 

End of US Intervention in Vietnam Press Conference -- Attorney Vincent Hallinan's Office(April 29, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [04-29-64.06]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Nguyen Van Luy, Norton Chastain, Beverly Radcliff, Vincent Hallinan, and John Thomas.
 

San Francisco Academy of Arts moves to 604 Sutter Street

 

Announcing freeway protest meeting at Conservatory of Golden Gate Park

 

Anti-redevelopment sign on building ("...Abolish Redevelopment Agency now!")

 

Women for Peace (Mrs. Miriam Leon Bloomberg and Mrs. Janice Merton Dushkes)

 

Ship with missiles at Hunters Point

 

May 1964 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [050064-053164]

Physical Description: 475 negatives (estimate)
 

Writer John Mulholland

 

Miss San Francisco Leanne Marsh

 

Russell Johnson with picture of "Skunk train"

 

Junior Chamber convention

 

Architect Charles Callister

 

Professor Walter C. Lowermilk and director of expedition to Tell Nagila in Israel Richard A. Mitchell

 

Politician Alan Cranston at San Francisco Naval Shipyard [05-01-64, 6 negatives]

 

Politician Alan Cranston -- San Fancisco Naval Shipyard(May 01, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-01-64.04]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Democratic candidate for the Senate Alan Cranston tours the Naval Shipyard and answers questions for a television interview.
 

Minister of Transport Ernest Marples of Great Britain

 

Clinic for alcoholics at Presbyterian Medical Center

 

Attorney Joseph G. Twomey and wife Eve

 

Winner of Pulitzer Prize for Poetry Professor Louis Simpson

 

Explosion at International Harvester Plant at Fifth and Brannan Streets

 

Author Adah Bakalinsky at Film Makers Festival

 

Circus at Kezar Pavilion

 

World famous baloonist Donald L. Piccard

 

Governor Edmund G. Brown's wife and twelve other governor wives get their hair done

 

Rehearsal for "Scoutorama" with float representing Juan R. Cabrillo expedition

 

Baseball player Willie Mays visits eighty-six year old nun Sister Eusebia who is a baseball fan

 

Governor's conference and civil rights speakers [05-06-64, 4 negatives]

 

Governor's Conference and Civil Rights Speakers -- Fairmont Hotel(May 06, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-06-64.10]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Senator Nelson K. Doi of Hawaii, San Francisco Chief of Police Tom Cahill, member of the California Advisory Committee to the President's Commission on Civil Rights Loren Miller, and Governor Edmund G. Brown at the conference table (civil rights).
 

Candidate for Senator George Murphy

 

Construction of forty-three story Wells Fargo building at Sutter and Montgomery Streets (cityscapes) [05-06-64, 35 negatives]

 

Construction of New Forty-three Story Wells Fargo Building -- Sutter and Montgomery Streets(May 06, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-06-64.16]

Physical Description: 35 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of the construction. Giant 133 ft. pilings for the building being lifted up by a large crane and swinging over the street. View of the construction from the top of a high skyscraper next to the site. The construction workers stand inside the large pit for the foundation of the building (cityscapes).
 

Press preview of new car "Barracuda"

 

Interview with (Pierre?) Salinger's mother Jeanne Bietry Salinger (Mrs. Jerry Carlson)

 

United Nations (UN) Secretary for Political Affairs Ralph J. Bunche and UC Berkeley Chancellor Edward W. Strong

 

Doctor Moti Chandra with art pieces from India

 

Wax figure of President Lyndon B. Johnson for Wax Museum paraded through San Francisco financial district

 

Chief Development Engineer of BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) John A. Coil

 

Denial to operate motorized rickshaw in Chinatown (transportation)

 

Woman who completed lone flight around the world Joan Merriam [05-12-64, ca. 20 negatives]

 

Ministers of Unitarian Church of San Francisco march for fair housing and against segregation (social protests, Afro-Americans, race relations) [05-12-64, 22 negatives]

 

Unitarian Church Ministers March for Fair Housing -- Market and Grove Street, and Van Ness Avenue(May 12, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-12-64.10-12]

Physical Description: 22 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Minister of the Unitarian Church of Monterey Robert O'Brien, Minister of the Unitarian Church of San Francisco Harry B. Scholefield, Minister of Saint Johns Unitarian Church of Cincinnati, and other ministers marching with picket signs and asking to vote "no" on the segregation amendment. Marching down Market Street and carrying signs "Clergy support fair housing." Ministers continue onto Grove Street and Van Ness Avenue. Unitarian minister from Memphis, Tennessee, James Madison Barr reads a statement (social protests, Afro-Americans, race relations).
 

Danish Ambassador Count Kield Gustav Knuth-Winterfeldt

 

Alcoholism press conference (Judge Gelead S. Levin and Mrs. Marty Mann)

 

Berkeley portion of BART (Bay Area Rapid Transit) showing maps (transportation)

 

Politicians Alan Cranston and Lee Kaiser

 

Golden Gate Park freeway tree story

 

Danville air crash (FBI and soldiers from Presidio search the site)

 

"Food and Civilization" symposium (Doctor Aloys L. Tappel, Doctor Charles Glen King, and Henry Luce)

 

"Pay TV vs. Free TV" debate (television)

 

Mayor Samuel Yorty of Los Angeles

 

Press conference on space astronauts (Captain James A. McDivitt) [05-15-64, 10 negatives]

 

Press Conference on Space Astronauts -- Del Webb Town House(May 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-15-64.05]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

US Airforce captain James A. McDivitt declares "I'll be on the moon before 1970" (space age).
 

Iva Kroeger back in court

 

Pickets in front of Pittsburg Steel Mills (labor) [05-15-64, 10 negatives]

 

Strike -- Pittsburg Steel Mills(May 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-15-64.07]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Picketers in front of the main gate of the Pittsburg Steel Plant protesting working conditions at the plant (labor).
 

Clyde Irvin in Nazi pose (or starting a Nazi group)

 

Rally against freeway in Golden Gate Park

 

Crowning of Miss San Francisco Jan Newcomer

 

Canberra (ship) arriving

 

Hilton Hotel about ready to open

 

Crowning of World Trade and Travel Week queen Rosie Fang

 

New military toys at Western Merchandise Mart

 

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) boycott at Sausalito Baptist Church (freedom class meeting) (social protests, Afro-Americans, race relations) [05-18-64, 23 negatives]

 

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) -- Sausalito Baptist Church(May 18, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-18-64.09]

Physical Description: 23 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Congress of Racial Equality leads students to the Sausalito Baptist church for a freedom class once a week. Children walk down the street and into the church (social protests, Afro-Americans, race relations).
 

New speedwalk at San Francisco Airport

 

Golden anniversary of "first Chinese troop in the world" (Thomas W. Chinn who went in the group in 1921-43)

 

San Francisco School Safety Patrol review in Golden Gate Park

 

Peace Committee announces Doctor Linus Pauling rally (Lloyd McMurray, Doctor Carlton Goodlett, and Robert Randolph) (nuclear disarmament)

 

LSD smuggling trial (narcotics)

 

Presidio peace marchers before US Commission (social protests) [05-19-64, 6 negatives]

 

Presidio Peace Marchers Before US Commission -- Post Office Building(May 19, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-19-64.10]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Presidio peace marchers Norman Chaslain, Willie Ballard, James Peterson, Percy Jones, Roy Robinson, and Kipp Dawson appear before US Commission for their arraignment hearing (social protests).
 

Director of Child Psychiatric Clinic (1500 Grove Street) Doctor Francis Rigney

 

Pilar H. Lim of General Federation of Women's Clubs in Philippines

 

Owner of Hilton Hotel Conrad Hilton

 

Building Garden for Fragrance for the blind in Golden Gate Park (disabled persons)

 

Burnett School at Oakdale Street built in 1910

 

Model Carla Borelli at M.H. De Young Memorial Museum

 

Hilton Hotel grand opening [05-21-64, 12 negatives]

 

Grand Opening -- Hilton Hotel(May 21, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-21-64.04]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Mayor John Francis Shelley, Bishop James A. Pike, Conrad Hilton, Governor Edmund G. Brown, and others at the ribbon cutting ceremony.
 

Pickets in front of County of Alameda Welfare Department (social protests) [05-21-64, 7 negatives]

 

Pickets -- Alameda Welfare Department(May 21, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-21-64.06]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Small boy sits on the steps of the Alameda Welfare Department holding sign "Have you ever been hungry?" with a dozen more picket signs laying on the ground (social protests).
 

National Federation of Settlement and Neighborhood Centers convention at St. Francis Square Community Apartment Homes

 

State Highway Commission hearing on San Francisco freeways

 

Greek Orthodox Church press conference related to ousted Turkish prelates

 

Nazi speaker Ralph Forbes and student crowd to hear Forbes speaking at UC Berkeley Harmon Gym [05-22-64, 24 negatives]

 

Nazi Speaker Ralph Forbes -- Harmon Gym -- UC Berkeley(May 22, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-22-64.03-04]

Physical Description: 24 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Student crowd fills Harmon Gym and overflows onto the steps outside to hear Nazi speaker Ralph Forbes speak. Forbes and others walk up the stairs to the gymnasium. Students listening to Fobes talk. Forbes converses with others.
 

Secretary General of SEATO (Southeast Asia Treaty Organization) Konthi Suphamongkhon [05-22-64, 6 negatives]

 

Konthi Suphamongkhon -- Mark Hopkins Hotel(May 22, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-22-64.05]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Press conference with Secretary General of SEATO (Southeast Asia Treaty Organization) Suphamongkhon (known also as Mr. Konthi). Head shots of Mr. Konthi at the conference.
 

Nelson Rockefeller visits Laguna Honda Relief Home and breakfast with former Mayor George Christopher

 

Mrs. Pierre Salinger

 

Politician Alan Cranston visits ILWU (International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union) Hiring Hall

 

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) and NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) pickets Bank of America (social protests, Afro-Americans) [05-22-64 - 05-25-64, 21 negatives]

 

CORE and NAACP Picket Bank of America (May 22, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-22-64.12]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) and NAACP picket Bank of America. Protesters fill sidewalks around the corners on both sides of the street, some carry signs protesting Bank of America's hiring policies (social protests, Afro-Americans).
 

CORE and NAACP picket Bank of America(May 25, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-25-64.03]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

President and manger of the day and night branch of Bank of America gives a policy statement to the press in front of Bank of America. The protesters march around the perimeter of the bank (civil rights, social protest).
 

San Rafael/Marin City riot

 

Director of "Miss Bronze" California beauty pageant

 

Palace Hotel sit-ins sentencing (social protests) [05-26-64, 6 negatives]

 

Sentencing of Sit-ins at the Palace Hotel -- Hall of Justice(May 26, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-26-64.03]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Protest participants Stephen de Canio, Stephen Plagemann, Sergio Scherr, and Ron Rohman await sentencing at the Hall of Justice (social protests).
 

San Francisco State College (new work on campus)

 

Artist's drawing of apartment house for senior citizens to be built in Western Addition at Laguna and Ellis Streets (housing)

 

Singer Nancy Wilson and son Casey at Fairmont Hotel

 

Unemployment and collective bargaining panel at UC conference (labor)

 

Ninety year old business at Thirtieth and Mission Streets (run by Mariani brother) is quitting

 

Isometric excercises at St. Ignatius High School

 

Damon Runyon Cancer Fund check presentations (Joe Di Maggio, Nobel Prize winner Doctor Wendel Stanley, and others)

 

Model Carla Borelli poses outside of Swedenborgian Church (2701 Lyon Street)

 

Son of Henry Cabot Lodge George Lodge (Lodge Headquarters at 431 Bush Street)

 

New Miss San Francisco Gerilynn Anne Sturdivant

 

Poor and damaged equipment at Burnett School

 

President of Freedom from Hunger foundation Herbert J. Sugden

 

One hundred year old Richard Shaw with his birthday cake (Afro-Americans)

 

Hunters Point Boys' Club

 

California Safety Congress convention

 

Miss Bronze Theresa Burton and Dianne Silva

 

Admiral Chester Nimtz, Rear Admiral E.E. Yoemans (Yeomans?), and Rear Admiral John McNay Taylor

 

Governor Nelson Rockefeller with Commonwealth Club President J. Hart Clinton

 

Sister M. Evelyn wearing her Daughter of Charity habit at St. Vincent's High School

 

Martin Luther King press conference (civil rights, Afro-Americans) [05-29-64, 10 negatives]

 

Reverend Martin Luther King Press Conference -- Grace Cathedral (May 29, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 207, [05-29-64.03]

Physical Description: 10 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Martin Luther King, Bishop James A. Pike of Grace Cathedral, Reverend George L. Bedford, and others sit at the conference table. Reverend King answers questions for the press and shakes hands with Bishop Pike (civil rights, Afro-Americans).
 

June 1964 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [060064-063064]

Physical Description: 450 negatives (estimate)
 

Archbishop Joseph T. McGucken with architects Pierluigi Nervi and Pietro Belluschi

 

Fashions and dancing at the Peppermint Club on Broadway Street

 

People learning how to run voting machine in City Hall

 

Marijuana seized (narcotics)

 

Actor Sterling Hayden in court (and sentencing)

 

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) leader Bill Bradley jailed [06-01-64, 2 negatives}

 

CORE Leader Bill Bradley -- County Jail (June 01, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-01-64.05]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Bill Bradley standing and looking through the bars of a jail.
 

Views of Grace Cathedral from California and Taylor Streets

 

Playwright and National Chairman of the Anti-Defamation League Dore Schary

 

Pollution warning signs on the beach (environment)

 

Civil rights demonstrators in front of San Bruno County Jail (social protests) [06-03-64, 4 negatives]

 

Civil Rights Demonstration -- San Bruno County Jail (June 03, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-03-64.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of demonstrators marching in front of jail gate (social protests).
 

New Supervisor John A. Ertola, Mayor John Francis Shelley, and Judge Francis McCarthy

 

Golden Gate Breakfast Club (Judge Melvin Cronin and Jack Block)

 

Author Leonard Spigelgass

 

Students and professors press conference at Stanford University on trip to Mississippi this summer (Professors Otis A. Pease and William McCord, and students) and missing students in Mississippi (civil rights) [06-04-64 and 06-26-64]

 

Pediatrician Mei Willmens

 

KGO Radio crew at work by Bayshore Freeway near Brisbane

 

Kathy Crosby auctioning off Bing Crosby's latest record during KQED auction (public broadcasting)

 

Rear Admiral John McNay Taylor

 

White distress flags for Muni bus drivers (transportation)

 

"Status of women" meeting at Temple Emanu-el

 

Civil rights marchers in front of City Hall (social protests, Afro-Americans) [06-06-64 - 06-08-64, 8 negatives]

 

Civil Rights Marchers -- City Hall(June 06, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-06-64.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of protesters marching with signs ("Separate isn't equal, freedom now!," "Jim Crow must go!", "CORE" (Congress of Racial Equality), etc.) in front of City Hall (social protests, Afro-Americans).
 

Civil Rights Marchers -- City Hall(June 08, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-08-64.02]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Judge Lee Lazarus standing in a doorway and looking at protesters marching with signs outside City Hall (social protests).
 

Paul Mantee holding space monkey, and Father George Marionetti [06-08-64, 3 negatives]

 

Paul Mantee -- Fior D'Italia(June 08, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-08-64.01]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Paul Mantee sitting next to Father George Marionetti and holding a "space" monkey (space age).
 

Iva Kroeger in Hall of Justice

 

New public utility boss James Carr

 

Actress Rita Hayworth and her daughter Rebecca Wells after graduation

 

San Mateo home of daughter of (banker Amadeo P.?) Giannini

 

Mayor John Houlihan of Oakland

 

President of PMA (Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association) Austin Smith

 

Publisher of Ramparts ("Catholic layman's journal") Edward M. Keating

 

San Francisco 188th Birthday (at Mission Dolores, Bishop Merlin Joseph Guilfoyle, La Favorita Maria Antonia Wagstaff, Mayor John Francis Shelley, etc.) [06-11-64 - 06-27-64, ca. 15 negatives]

 

Kids getting into shape in YMCA

 

Professor Eric Gattmann of City College

 

Tiny Tots graduation at Richmond playground

 

Ground breaking for new club house at Lake Merced

 

Phyllis Diller in a parade

 

Reading expert M.W. Sullivan (Maurice W. Sullivan)

 

Overall view of commencement exercise at UC Berkeley stadium

 

Stanford engineer forbidden from firearms because of "Alien Act"

 

Face make-up at Joseph I. Magnin (fashion)

 

Graduation party at Macy's store

 

Press conference with Representatives Glenard P. Libscomb (Republican-Louisiana) and Melvin Laird (Republican-Wisconsin)

 

Actor James Stewart (Jimmy Stewart) on movie set in Sausalito [06-15-64, 13 negatives]

 

Actor Jimmy Stewart -- Sausalito(June 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-15-64.12]

Physical Description: 13 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Jimmy Stewart standing with his dog Red. (Also includes apparently unrelated views of Broadway and Broderick Streets).
 

Doctor Haler R. Tolleth and family leave for Nairobi, Africa

 

Socialist Youth conference (Terrence Hallinan and James Tyner) [06-16-64, 3 negatives]

 

Socialist Youth Conference -- McAllister Street(June 16, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-16-64.02]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of James Tyner and Terrence Hallinan standing together.
 

Actor/author Narda Onyx

 

Miss Community Chest Carmencita Yguanco of Manila

 

Research Institute of the new Presbyterian Medical Center (Doctors Frank Gerbode and Victor Richards)

 

"Mr. United Nations" Clark M. Eichelberger

 

Unfamiliar beer labels (result of strike)

 

San Francisco Opera auditions

 

New Mattel toys

 

Award for News-Call Bulletin (editor Tom Eastman) and Cyril Magnin

 

Lady doctor wins award (President of Women Physicians Club Doctor Ilsa Caswell presents award to Dr. Elisabeth McSherry)

 

Youth Opportunities Center (education)

 

Beatles Fan Club rally in Union Square [06-18-64, 5 negatives]

 

Beatles Fan Club Rally -- Union Square(June 18, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-18-64.05]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of the Beatles Fan Club members carrying signs in Union Square.
 

New recon attack bombers (military airplanes)

 

Visit of President Lyndon B. Johnson (communism, social protests) [06-19-64 - 06-20-64, 155 negatives]

 

President Lyndon B. Johnson Visit -- Concord and Palace Hotel(June 19, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-19-64.01-02]

Physical Description: 44 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of a very large crowd lining the streets as Johnson's motorcade drives through. Johnson stepping out of a helicopter and walking away.
 

President Lyndon B. Johnson Visit -- Market Street, Golden Gate Avenue, Civic Center and Airport(June 19, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-19-64.04-07]

Physical Description: 99 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Lyndon B. Johnson shaking hands with spectators on Market Street. Crowds gathered on streets with signs to welcome Johnson. Views of police officers with dogs outside an abandoned building. Men standing around the podium (no crowds present). People waiting for Johnson to arrive at the Federal Building. CIO-AFL sign welcoming Johnson hung on a building. Johnson stepping onto a helicopter. Various views of demonstrators walking with anti-communist signs. Protesters marching with anti-Vietnam war signs (communism, social protests).
 

President Lyndon B. Johnson Visit -- Hilton and Fairmont Hotels(June 20, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-20-64.01-02]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Johnson standing at a podium and speaking. Johnson shaking hands. Views of protesters marching with anti-Vietnam war signs. Johnson walking with police escort and surrounded by unidentified men (social protests)..
 

Miss California Sherridan Raap(?) trying on some of her new wardrobe

 

Lunch for Russian Ambassador Anatoliy Fedorovich Dobrynin and wife [06-22-64, 12 negatives]

 

Lunch for Ambassador Anatoly Fedorovich Dobrynin of Russia -- Ferry Building(June 22, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-22-64.06]

Physical Description: 12 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Governor Edmund G. Brown, Adolph Schuman and Ambassador Anatoly Fedorovich Dobrynin standing together. Various views of Dobrynin and his wife. Dobrynin standing next to a car.
 

Millionaire Barbara Hutton and her seventh husband Prince Doan Vinh

 

Republican convention at Cow Palace

 

Author John Sherlock(?)

 

AMA (American Medical Association) convention (doctors, equipment, and models, including Carla Borelli) (health)

 

Ice Follies cable car

 

Press interview on transplant of kidney from chimpanzee to man (includes Doctor John P. Merrill of Peter Bent Brigham Hospital in Boston) (health)

 

Hat maker Boris Sushkoff and his hats (fashion)

 

Chi Chi night club on 438 Broadway in North Beach (topless evening gowns worn by showgirls)

 

FHA (Federal Housing Administration) loan for new appartments (John F. Pendergast and Mayor John Francis Shelley)

 

White Collar Girl contest at House of Charm

 

Sit-in by COFO (Council of Federated Organizations?) in front of US Attorney's office (social protests, civil rights) [06-24-64, 22 negatives]

 

COFO (Council of Federated Organizations?) Sit-in -- US Attorney's Office (June 24, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-24-64.03]

Physical Description: 22 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Several protesters (including African Americans) sitting on the floor of the US Attorney's office. Various views of Cecil Poole standing and surrounded by reporters. Men carrying or dragging protesters out of the office and building. Tom Miller speaking into a microphone as Poole looks on. Poole standing in an elevator with protesters (social protests, civil rights).
 

"Atomic park" at Bodega Bay [06-24-64, 9 negatives]

 

"Atomic Park" at Bodega Bay -- Market Street(June 24, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-24-64.04]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of miniature "atomic park" at Bodega Bay (atomic age, nuclear power?)
 

Miss Bronze contestants

 

Ice skating star Ana Bauer

 

Views from Twin Peaks toward the Golden Gate (cityscapes)

 

Reverend Galamison and Bill Bradley

 

World casting champ Bud Tatantino (Tarantino?)

 

Model of "Rosenkavlier" production (includes Kurt Herbert Adler)

 

GOP (Republican) National Chairman Representative William Miller

 

Seventh Day Adventist camp in Soquel [06-25-64, ca. 90 negatives]

 

National Newspaper Association convention (E. Washington Rhodes)

 

Project Hope (Doctor William B. Walsh)

 

Baseball players Jesus Alou and Hal Lanier

 

Sit-ins at the Post Office carried out (social protests) [06-26-64, 2 negatives]

 

Sit-ins -- Post Office(June 26, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 208, [06-26-64.04]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Man and woman being carried out of the post office (social protests).
 

Town and Country Club Ernest Corporandy retires

 

Tracy Sims in court

 

Former Governor Thomas LeRoy Collins of Florida

 

Emporium store opening at Terra Linda

 

Short skirts (fashion)

 

Hub Theater at Market Street

 

Daniel Koshland presents plaque to policeman Dante Andreotti

 

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge at Treasure Island exit and at Fifth Street exit

 

Operations resume at Burgermeister Brewery after strike (labor)

 

Coordinator of Scanton campaign George Mooradian campaign headquarters

 

House tour (modern interior decor)

 

July 1964 BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209-210, [070064-073164]

Physical Description: 525 negatives (estimate)
 

Consul General Pierre Basdevant and Mayor John Francis Shelley

 

Airport scenes

 

Republican convention [07-00-64 - 07-17-64, ca. 200 negatives]

 

Republican Convention -- Cow Palace(July 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-00-64.07]

Physical Description: 28 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of convention crowd gathered in Cow Palace. Group of Barry Goldwater supporters holding sings. Various views of a woman holding an inflatable elephant with convention crowd in background.
 

Preparations for Republican Convention -- Hotel St. Francis(July 01, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-01-64.03]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Joan Mowery standing with GOP paraphernalia. Patricia Hitt sitting at a desk and talking on a telephone.
 

Northern California Republican Leaders -- Sun Reporter Building(July 02, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-02-64.01]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Dr. L.S. Kimbrough, Grandvel Jackson, and Arthur Fletcher sitting at a table with microphones.
 

Preparations for Republican Convention -- Hotel St. Francis(July 02, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-02-64.07]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Frank Reynolds sitting at his desk with headache medicine.
 

Melvin R. Lair and George Romney -- Hilton Hotel and Airport(July 06, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-06-64.07-08]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Melvin R. Laird standing at a podium and speaking into microphones. George Romney and his wife stepping off an airplane. Romney with unidentified men, his wife, and sons. Romney at a microphone and surrounded by group of men.
 

Preparations for Republican Convention -- Cow Palace(July 07, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-07-64.06]

Physical Description: 9 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of Cow Palace being prepared for the convention. Group of operators talking on telephones.
 

Abner W. Sibal, Reverend Martin Luther King and Others -- Hilton Hotel and Hotel St. Francis(July 07, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-07-64.15-16]

Physical Description: 25 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Abner W. Sibal standing at a podium and speaking into a microphone. Views of an elephant "statue" atop the Roos-Atkins sign. "Goldwater Girls" and CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) picketers outside Hotel St. Francis. Roy Wilkins, Norman Hill, Charles Evers, Dick Gregory, and Reverend Martin Luther King standing at a podium and speaking into microphones (social protests).
 

BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-07-64.16] Reverend Martin Luther King, CORE and Others -- Hotel St. Francis 1964-07-07 (July 07, 1964)

 

Governor William Scranton Arrives -- Airport(July 08, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-08-64.01]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Governor Bill Scranton and supporters holding signs in the background. Photographer Sam Mikulin standing. Mikulin on the ground getting help from policemen. Scranton standing at microphones.
 

Republican National Leader William Miller -- Mills Tower(July 09, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-09-64.03]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

William Miller shaking hands with Charles H. Clifford.
 

William Scranton and Others -- Hotel St. Francis, Hilton Hotel, Maurice Hotel, Cow Palace(July 09, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-09-64.05-08]

Physical Description: 35 negatives

Scope and Content Note

William Scranton standing at a podium and speaking into microphones (some views include crowd in the background). Child with Goldwater sign, woman and child sitting on steps with Goldwater signs, Mrs. Elly Peterson sitting in a chair, Mrs. Floyd Lee, and San Mateo County Sheriff Earl Whitmore addressing a large group of policemen.
 

Dwight D. Eisenhower's Broadcasting Studio -- Hotel St. Francis(July 09, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-09-64.10]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of Ann Koenig sitting behind a desk and looking at a studio prop wall. Dwight D. Eisenhower's name outside the studio suite.
 

Senator Jacob Javits of New York -- Ernie's(July 09, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-09-64.12]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Senator Jacob Javits of New York and Walter Winchell standing together. Roy Larsen (Time-Life), Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge, and Javits sitting around a coffee table.
 

"GOP Excitement" -- Hotel St. Francis and Hilton Hotel(July 10, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-10-64.06]

Physical Description: 5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Mary Alice Kleinjan holding GOP button. Fran Bryan standing with an unidentified man and holding a sign in support of Kitman. Bryan holding Kitman sign and walking with unidentified people. Wendy Tyler holding GOP elephant radio. Dale Feinsteing blowing up balloons.
 

Republican Convention -- Cow Palace(July 13, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-13-64.04]

Physical Description: 19 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of crowd, including television on a stand, women wearing "Babcock" hats, men wearing "Arizona" hats, etc.
 

Republican Convention -- Cow Palace(July 13, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-13-64.06]

Physical Description: 11 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of crowd at Cow Palace. Women group the "TOPS" standing together. Joe Martin sitting among the Massachusetts delegation. View of the Arizona delegation.
 

Pickets at Republican Convention -- Cow Palace (July 13, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-13-64.09]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of civil rights protesters marching with signs outside Cow Palace (social protests).
 

"Color" for Republican Convention -- Chi Chi Club(July 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-14-64.01]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Sandi O'Brien serving customers and lighting candles.
 

GOP Tickets -- Hotel St. Francis(July 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-14-64.03]

Physical Description: 1.5 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Hands reaching for a ticket held by an unidentified woman.
 

Republican Candidates and Dwight D. Eisenhower -- Hotel St. Francis(July 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-14-64.05]

Physical Description: 4 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Republican candidates lined up to be photographed with Dwight D. Eisenhower.
 

Republican Convention -- Cow Palace(July 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-14-64.08-09]

Physical Description: 34 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Scranton delegates standing and cheering. Chinese dragon and drums entering convention hall. Mrs. Goldwater waving to the crowd. Dwight D. Eisenhower standing and addressing the crowd. William Knowland sitting with Gardiner Johnson and Helen Hill. Reporters interviewing protestesters sitting outside the gates of Cow Palace. Protesters being taken through the gates at Cow Palace. Policemen lined up outside Cow Palace (social protests).
 

California Delegate Meeting and "Color" for Republican Convention -- Fairmont Hotel and Mark Hopkins Hotel(July 14, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-14-64.11-16]

Physical Description: 25 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Helen Alvarez Hill and William E. Miller sitting at a table with Peter Pitches standing behind. Miller standing with Nolan and shaking hands with John Collier. Dawn Marie Bastorello dressed in a cowgirl outfit. Various views of Ann Davey wearing a Scranton hat and taking pictures of an "Evaporate Goldwater" sign. Jim Woo Jr. and Susan Dunphy sitting together with Goldwater and Scranton paraphernalia.
 

Republican Convention -- Cow Palace(July 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 210, [07-15-64.02-04]

Physical Description: 109 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portrait views of an unidentified reverend. Various views of delegations at the convention. Women sitting in "Goldwater" cowboy hats. Delegates outside Cow Palace. Crowds with signs. Television cameraman. Margie Galicich, L.E. Guillot, and Mrs. Jane Fiala getting their hair sprayed gold.
 

Republican Convention -- Cow Palace and Fairmont Hotel(July 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 210, [07-15-64.07-08]

Physical Description: 20 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Overall views of crowd holding signs. Balloons in the air over the crowd. Kay Reagan covered in dollar bills. Richard M. Nixon shaking hands with unidentifed person. Nixon and William F. Nolan sitting at a table. Nixon, Nolan, and Helen Hill sitting at a table together.
 

Republican Convention -- Cow Palace(July 15, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 210, [07-15-64.12-13]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of a huge crowd with signs picketing outside Cow Palace. Crowd with Scranton signs inside Cow Palace. Policemen with hoses standing around large packages. Portrait views of James E. Bent looking at a newspaper (social protests).
 

Republican Convention -- Cow Palace(July 16, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 210, [07-16-64.06]

Physical Description: 18 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Barry Goldwater and his wife waving to the crowd. Richard M. Nixon standing at a podium. Nixon and Goldwater standing together. Various views of CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) picketers holding signs outside Cow Palace (social protests).
 

National (Republican) Committee Meeting -- Hotel St. Francis(July 17, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 210, [07-17-64.04]

Physical Description: 14 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of Dean Burch, William Miller, and Barry Goldwater.
 

San Francisco Woman and Fourth of July fashions

 

President of Ice Follies and George C. Fleharty

 

Committee Against Racial Demonstrations (Reverend C. Fain Kyle) (civil rights related) [07-00-64, 3 negatives]

 

Committee Against Racial Demonstrations(July 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-00-64.10]

Physical Description: 3 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Portrait views of Reverend C. Fain Kyle.
 

Fashion model posing at the planetarium

 

Church Labor Council will march up Market Street on July 12 (Reverend Hamilton Boswell, William Chester, Reverend G.L. Bedford, and others)

 

Ernest Ingold Branch of San Francisco Boys' Club (boys leaving for summer camp in Mendocino)

 

Police Chief Tom Cahill swears in Captain John Engler as chief of inspectors

 

"Modern IWW (Industrial Workers of the World)" around their sign off Geary Boulevard at Laguna Street (labor) [07-01-64, 7 negatives]

 

The "Modern IWW" -- Geary Boulevard and Laguna Street(July 01, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-01-64.09]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

People sitting and standing around IWW (Industrial Workers of the World) sign. Views of empty lot (labor).
 

Hat fashions

 

Eva Kroeger gets life in prison

 

New queen of French colony Gilele Annalorn

 

Mary's Help Hospital in Colma (outside shots)

 

US Navy fleet arriving for Fourth of July (ships) [07-03-64, ca. 50 negatives]

 

Elgar Choir of British Columbia

 

Governor Scranton rally at Union Square

 

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) pickets (social protests) [07-03-64, 2 negatives]

 

CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) Pickets -- Bank of America, Powell and Market Streets(July 03, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-03-64.09]

Physical Description: 2 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Large group of protesters gathered outside of bank building and listening to Bill Bradley (social protests).
 

Executive Secretary of NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Roy Wilkins (Afro-Americans) [07-06-64, 8 negatives]

 

Roy Wilkins -- Airport(July 06, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-06-64.04]

Physical Description: 8 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Executive Secretary of NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) Roy Wilkins walking away from an airplane. Wilkins speaking into microphones (Afro-Americans).
 

Jewish Peace Corps (Rabbis Leima Minkowicz and Shloma Cunin)

 

Composer Arthur Fiedler

 

Flemming (first name not provided) of Church of Christ

 

Fashion model Mimi London

 

Receiving check for two million dollars for the Palace of the Fine Arts (Walter Johnson, Governor Edmund G. Brown, and Mayor John Francis Shelley)

 

Dramatist and journalist Clare Boothe Luce [07-07-64, 7 negatives]

 

Clare Boothe Luce -- Fairmont Hotel(July 07, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-07-64.08]

Physical Description: 7 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Various views of dramatist and journalist Clare Boothe Luce during press conference. View of TV camera.
 

Publisher of "Independet American" Kent Courtney

 

Politician Sylvio Conte from Massachusetts

 

Paul DeVries shown with ivory elephant once owned by Maharajah of Indore, India

 

Human Rights march press conference and civil rights marchers (Afro-Americans, social protests) [07-11-64 - 07-12-64, ca. 25 negatives)

 

Human Rights March Press Conference -- Palace Hotel(July 11, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-11-64.02]

Physical Description: 6 negatives

Scope and Content Note

William Chester, Jackie Robinson, William Turner, and unidentified men.
 

Human Rights Marchers -- Market Street and City Hall (July 12, 1964) BANC PIC 1959.010--NEG, Part 3, Box 209, [07-12-64.01]

Physical Description: 22 negatives

Scope and Content Note

Views of crowds on plazza and marchers on street, some carrying signs ("Christians for social action," etc.) Views of a man walking to one side of the marchers and carrying a sign in support of Barry Goldwater. An unidentified woman and two men standing next to a statue of Abraham Lincoln (Afro-Americans, social protests, civil rights).
 

New telephone switchboard in basement of City Hall