Register of the Stockton (Calif.) Public Documents, 1947-

Processed by Don Walker; machine-readable finding aid created by Don Walker
Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
University Library, University of the Pacific
Stockton, CA 95211
Phone: (209) 946-2404
Fax: (209) 946-2810
URL: http://www.pacific.edu/Library/Find/Holt-Atherton-Special-Collections.html
© 1998
University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.



Register of the Stockton (Calif.) Public Documents, 1947-

Collection number: Mss251

Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections

University Library

University of the Pacific

Contact Information

  • Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
  • University Library, University of the Pacific
  • Stockton, CA 95211
  • Phone: (209) 946-2404
  • Fax: (209) 946-2810
  • URL: http://www.pacific.edu/Library/Find/Holt-Atherton-Special-Collections.html
Processed by:
Don Walker
Date Completed:
1995
Encoded by:
Don Walker
© 1998 University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Stockton (Calif.) Public Documents,
Date (inclusive): 1947-
Collection number: Mss251
Creator: Holt-Atherton staff
Extent: 3.5 linear ft.
Repository: University of the Pacific. Library. Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
Stockton, CA 95211
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Stockton (Calif.) Public Documents, Mss251, Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

Biography

Stockton was founded in 1847 by Captain Charles M. Weber. The city was named after Robert F. Stockton, an American military officer important at the beginning of the American period in California whom Weber admired. During the Gold Rush, Stockton became an important starting point and supplier to the southern mines. Later the city was home to numerous agricultural implement manufacturers, most notably the Caterpillar Tractor Co. (1890-1925). Today, Stockton serves as an inland port connected to San Francisco by a 75-mile-long channel. Its major industry is food processing. Stockton is home to the University of the Pacific and San Joaquin Delta Junior College.

Scope and Content

The Stockton, California Public Documents collection consists of printed matter relating to various aspects of twentieth century Stockton commerce, demographics, education, finances, housing, planning, transportation, and various other topics (1952-). Ms251 was created by Holt Atherton staff as a convenient location for city government publications. Periodic additions to the collection are anticipated.

Container List

Box Box 1

COMMERCE; DEMOGRAPHICS; EDUCATION

Folder Folder 1

COMMERCE

 

- Stockton Port District. Port of Stockton; California's Inland World Port (c. 1961)

 

- City Planning Department. An Evaluation of Commercial Space in the City of Stockton (June 1966)

 

- Stockton Board of Realtors. Stockton, California (1966)

 

- Port of Stockton. General Characteristics and Maps (1970, 1978-)

 

- Port of Stockton

 

- Port of Stockton (c. 1983)

 

- Port of Stockton's 50th Anniversary (1983)

 

- Stockton's Port Soundings (May/June 1986)

 

- Port of Stockton Annual Report (1986-2005 some unavailable)

 

- Port of Stockton General Plan (1992-2000)

 

- Port of Stockton Specifications Folder (2001)

 

- Port of Stockton Map

Folder Folder 2

DEMOGRAPHICS

 

- U.S. Department of Commerce. Census Tracts: Stockton, California (1960)

 

- City Planning Department. Metropolitan Stockton Special Census (October 6, 1967)

 

- U.S. Department of Commerce. Special Census of Stockton, California (October 6, 1967)

 

- City Planning Department. 1960-1967 Population (July 1968)

 

- City of Stockton Neighborhood Analysis Program. Report No. 1 (1970)

 

- Population & Housing Comparison of 1960, 1970, 1980: City of Stockton.

 

- City of Stockton Neighborhood Analysis Program. Profile No. 8: Families, Children & Unrelated Individuals

 

- City of Stockton Neighborhood Analysis Program. Profile No. 8: Socio-Economic Characteristics of Stockton's Major Ethnic and Racial Groups

Folder Folder 3

EDUCATION

 

- Teacher's Kit For Course in Local and State Government (September 5, 1952)

 

- California Resources Unit Discussion Questions

 

- California Unit: Suggested Resource Material

 

- California Unit: Your State Government

 

- Historical Reviews of San Joaquin County and Stockton

 

- Stockton Unif. School Dist. General Statistical Information Regarding the Tax Election (1971)

 

- City of Stockton Neighborhood Analysis Program. Education Study Profile No. 5 (1974)

Box Box 2

FINANCES

Folder Folder 1

Finances

 

- The Department of City Planning, Stockton. The Metropolitan Stockton Economy (1964)

 

- City of Stockton Neighborhood Analysis Program. Profile No. 4 (1973)

 

- Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce. Management Letter (1977)

 

- Stockton: Economic Conditions (1980)

 

- An Overall Economic Development Plan For the City of Stockton (October 1982)

 

- Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce. Community Economic Profile: Stockton, California (c. 1984)

 

- City of Stockton. City of Stockton: 1984-85 Budget (1984-85)

 

- City of Stockton. Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1988 (1988)

Box Box 3

HOUSING

Folder Folder 1

Housing

 

-U.S. Department of Commerce. U.S. Census of Housing 1960: Stockton California Area

 

- U.S. Department of Commerce. U.S. Census of Housing: City Blocks (1960)

 

- City Planning Department. Planning Information (1966)

 

- City of Stockton. Housing in Stockton Report No. II (1969)

 

- City of Stockton. Housing in Stockton Report No. II (1969)

 

- City of Stockton. Housing Plan: Element of General Plan (1970)

 

- U.S. Department of Commerce. Block Statistics: Stockton, CA (1970)

 

- U.S. Department of Housing. Metropolitan Housing Characteristics: Stockton, California (1970)

 

- Central Core Apartment Study: An Analysis of Apartment Development in Stockton's Central Core Since 1962 (c. 1973)

 

- Community Development Program. Housing: Stockton Planning Area (1973)

 

- Population and Housing Projections 1975-2000

 

- Housing and Population Projections (c. 1980)

 

- Gruen & Gruen. The Need For Additional Residential Land On Stockton (1982)

 

- Gruen & Gruen [For Grupe Communities Inc.]. The Need For Additional Residential Land in Stockton: Summary (1982)

Box Box 4

PLANNING; TRANSPORTATION

Folder Folder 1

Planning

 

- City Planning Commission. Annual Report of the City Planning Commission: Stockton, California (1947)

 

- City of Stockton. Planning Progress: Stockton, California (1959)

 

- Redevelopment Agency of the City of Stockton. Progress and Previews (1962)

 

- City of Stockton. Stockton Community Renewal Policies and Program (1965)

 

- City Planning Department. Golf Course Study (1965)

 

- Redevelopment Agency of the City of Stockton. Urban Renewal (1965)

 

- Trees & Beautification (1966)

 

- City of Stockton. A Plan For Community Centers (1967)

 

- City Planning Department Civic Center Marina (1967)

 

- City of Stockton. General Plan Report No. 3 (1969)

 

- City Planning Department. Land Use Data: Report No. 1 (1970)

 

- A Development Plan for the Stockton Channel (1974)

 

- City of Stockton. Capital Improvement Program 1970-1975

 

- Ironside & Associates. Environmental Impact Report: Proposed Downtown Stockton Redevelopment Project (1979)

 

- Lands for Development: Stockton, California

 

- Stockton R/UDAT [Regional/Urban Design Assistance Team Report] (1981)

 

- City of Stockton. Capital Improvement Program 1984-1989 (1984)

 

- Stockton Waterfront Revival Task Force (1996)

 

- Zoning Map: Stockton, California

Folder Folder 2

Transportation

 

- Stockton Area Transportation Study. vol 2: Origin & Destruction Survey (1967)

Box Box 5

OTHER TOPICS

Folder Folder 1

Other Topics

 

- City Government (1952)

 

- Department of Public Works. Specifications for Construction Program for Highway District X Division of Highways Stockton, California (1954)

 

- Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. Report on Water Supply for City of Stockton, Stockton, California (1955)

 

- City Planning Department. A Comprehensive Directory of Committees, Boards, and Commissions (1971)

 

- Community Action Council. Minutes, Reports, etc. (1971/1976)

 

- University of the Pacific. Stockton Metropolitan Airport Air Cargo Feasibility Study. (1973)

 

- City of Stockton Neighborhood Analysis Program. Profile No. 3: Public Assistance (1974)

 

- City of Stockton Neighborhood Analysis Program. Profile No. 11: Fire (1974)

 

- City of Stockton. Stockton: State of the City (1975)

 

- Supplementary Regulations For Use of the Stockton Memorial Auditorium (1975)

 

- Community Development Department. Annual Report 1978 (1978)

 

- State of California. Labor Market Review: Stockton Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area (1978)

 

- Guide to Social Services in Stockton Community

 

- Bill Dendy & Associates and Madrone Associates. Environmental Impact Report: City of Stockton Proposed Delta Water Diversion Project (1980)

 

- Temporary Organizing Committee for a Unified Stockton. First Annual Convention (1981)

 

- City of Stockton. Centrex: 1982 Directory of City Offices (1982)

 

- Marenco, Dario. "What's worse than becoming another San Jose?" (1986) [views on city election issues]

 

- Public Administration Service. Report Survey of the City Government of Stockton, California

 

- Employment Development Department. Annual Planning Information: Stockton (1988)