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Guide to the Thomas More Storke Papers, [ca. 1906-1971]
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Key to Arrangement

Boxes 1-38

Correspondence

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 39. Ctns 1-4 and 9-10.
Letters written to Storke and copies of his replies; include many letters regarding his term as U. C. Regent and his outspoken stand against the John Birch Society, numerous congratulatory letters, etc. Arranged alphabetically. A partial list of significant correspondents follows the Key to Arrangement. Unlisted letters are arranged alphabetically in miscellanies preceding each letter of the alphabet. Annotations on folders in the Subject, Regent and Ranch files, which are described below, indicate where correspondence has been removed for inclusion in the files of significant correspondents.
Box 39

Las Alturas Land Company

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence and papers of the Santa Barbara land development partnership of William G. McAdoo, Douglas Fairbanks and T. M. Storke.
 

Correspondence- 1919-1927

Scope and Content Note

Includes letters by Clarence P. Day, W. H. Howe, E. A. Irish, Warren H. Kerr, W. W. Pedder, Rachel G. Sittle, Charles W. Trumbull and John S. Wright.
 

Legal documents - indentures, agreements, specifications, release of mortgages, etc. Two folders

 

Maps, property descriptions, etc.

 

Statements - reports of receipts, disbursements, lot sales, assets and liabilities

 

Bills and receipts

 

vol. l : Check book- 1919-1921

Scope and Content Note

W. G. McAdoo, Tract, predecessor to Las Alturas Land Company.
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Subject files

Scope and Content Note

Primarily miscellaneous correspondence and printed matter arranged alphabetically as follows:
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Alder, Joseph James

Scope and Content Note

Storke scholarship recipient, 1966-1970
 

Biographical material - biographical notes, proofs for Who's Who, The California Register, etc.

 

Borein, Edward, 1873-1945. Memorial- 1950-1965

 

Boston Trips - travel arrangements, etc. 1966-1968

 

Cable TV of Santa Barbara- 1962-1970

 

California. Special Crime Study Commission on Organized Crime. 1951-53 Miscellaneous correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, testimony, investigations, etc. 4 folders.

 

California. University. Regents. See Subject Files in Ctns 6-8.

 

California. University, Berkeley. Earl Warren Legal Center- 1960-1964

 

California. University, Santa Barbara. A-E - miscellaneous correspondence, memos, reports, etc. arranged alphabetically

 

California. University, Santa Barbara. G-V

 

California. University, Santa Barbara. Storke Communications Building, 1967-1969

 

California Editor. Acknowledgments for books received.

 

California Editor. Book requests - primarily orders through Sigma Delta Chi

 

California Editor. Wholesale and retail book orders

 

Cards and notes - birthday cards, thank you notes, etc. Two folders

 

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions- 1960-19'10

 

Channel Islands National Park- 1939-1964

 

Civic Dinner for T. M. Storke - April 30, 1964, Miramar Hotel, Santa Barbara

 

Common Cause

 

Donations and contributions - philanthropic gifts

 

El Mirasol Investment Company- 1968-1971

 

Essay Contest - re Robert Welch and "the problem of character assassination", 1961-1962

 

European trip reports- 1955-1957

 

Fiftieth anniversary as a publisher - congratulatory letters Jan. 1951

 

Franciscan Fathers - primarily correspondence with the Fathers of Old Mission Santa Barbara 1947-1970

 

Freedom Documents Foundation

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Genealogy

Scope and Content Note

Letters, clippings, charts, etc. re Storke, Hill. Ortega, More, Thompkins families, etc. Two folders. See also Volumes 14 and 15.
 

Genealogy. English Storkes In America - requests for book by C. A. Storke

 

Hispanic Society of Santa Barbara- 1954-1960

 

Jesuit Fathers

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correspondence with the Fathers of Our Lady of Sorrows Rectory, Santa Barbara 1952-1970
 

John Birch Society

Scope and Content Note

Includes Storke's review of Robert Welch's The Politician. See also Volume 17
 

John Birch Society. Requests for materials arranged alphabetically. 9 folders

 

John Birch Society. Resource materials - copies of American Opinion, The John Birch Coloring Book, Bibliography on The Origins and History of the John Birch Society, congressional subcommittee reports, etc.Two folders

 

KCOY - Santa Maria radio station 1946

 

Last will and testament of T. M. Storke

Scope and Content Note

Typescript of will, Feb. 10, 1962, and codicil, 1963
 

Lauterbach award. Letters of congratulations.

Scope and Content Note

Neiman Foundation award 1961, arranged alphabetically. 3 folders
 

Letters of recommendation, written by Storke, 1960-1964

 

Los Angeles Metropolitan Opera Association- 1948-1949

 

Los Angeles Newspaper Guild- 1963-1964

 

Lovejoy award. Letters of congratulations- 1962

 

McAdoo, William Gibbs, Estate. Correspondence. 1952-1958

Scope and Content Note

Storke's correspondence as trustee for McAdoo's estate. 3 folders. See also Volume 19.
 

McAdoo, William Gibbs, Estate. Deposits and checks- 1953-1956

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Memberships

 

Miscellany

 

Missouri. University. Journalism award - includes ms. of speech by Walter D. Scott 1966

 

Montecito Home Estates

Scope and Content Note

Santa Barbara County property left by C. A. Storke to his three children as a trust and managed by T. M. Storke 1929-1945
 

Moral Re-armament

 

National Jewish Hospital at Denver- 1962-1963

 

National Recovery Administration

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correspondence, bulletins, forms, procedures, etc. 1933
 

News-Press. Dedication of new building

Scope and Content Note

Congratulatory cards and letters Apr. 6, 1952. Two folders
 

News-Press. Dedication of new production facilities - Apr. 15, 1962

 

News-Press. Employment applicants

 

News-Press. Jubilee edition- 1952

 

News-Press. Labor matters

Scope and Content Note

Labor, wage and retirement plans, work agreements, National Labor Relations Board hearings, etc. Two folders
 

News-Press. Managing editor- 1943-1955

 

News-Press. Miscellany.

Scope and Content Note

See also Volume 11.
 

News-Press. Prospective purchasers- 1962-1964

 

News-Press. Sale- 1964

 

Nielsen, Byron. Cable TV- 1965-1969

 

Oil leases, royalties, etc.- 1928-1954

 

Otologic material- 1965-1967

 

Paulding, Litti

Scope and Content Note

Notes for articles on Santa Barbara, Edward Borein, etc.
 

Personalia of T. M. and Marion Day Storke

Scope and Content Note

Passports, certificates, diplomas, tax returns, awards. memorabilia. etc.
 

Pulitzer award. Letters of congratulations

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically 1962. 4 folders
 

Rancheros Visitadores. 1953-1972. 2 folders

 

Refugee editorials

Scope and Content Note

Congratulatory letters. 1943-1944
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Riess, Stephen. Water resources- 1959-1961

 

Ross, John D. Candidacy for Sheriff of Santa Barbara County- 1954-1958

 

Santa Barbara. Airport annexation- 1959-1960

 

Santa Barbara. Colleges

Scope and Content Note

Notes re early history; includes correspondence with Mrs. Edna Rich Morse
 

Santa Barbara. Historical Society

Scope and Content Note

Includes miscellaneous correspondence with Hilmar O. Koefod and W. Edwin Gledhill. 1955-1969
 

Santa Barbara. Horse show

 

Santa Barbara. Miscellany

 

Santa Barbara. Old Spanish Days

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous correspondence, brochures. programs. etc. 1959-1961
 

Santa Barbara. Performing Arts Center

 

Santa Barbara. Presidio

Scope and Content Note

Historical notes and re Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation
 

Secretarial instructions

Scope and Content Note

Instructions to Storke's substitute secretary [ca. 1959]
 

Security Van & Storage Co., Inc. 1927-1928

Scope and Content Note

Storke's management and subsequent sale of the company; includes correspondence with his sister Martha "Minita" Storke Pyper, Alexander C. Pyper, Eugene G. Rice and Jessica B. Clarke
 

Security Van & Storage Co., Inc. 1929-1935

 

Security Van & Storage Co., Inc. Santa Monica lots- 1927-1946

 

Sigma Delta Chi

Scope and Content Note

Professional journalistic society. 1966-1971
 

Sinclair, Upton Beall, 1878-1968

Scope and Content Note

Reports of incidents during Sinclair's visit to Santa Barbara. Sept. 1935
 

Stanford University. KZSU radio- 1964-1965

 

Stanford University. Miscellany-2 folders

 

Stanford University. PACE program- 1961-1965

 

Stanford University. Professional journalism fellowship

 

Stanford University. Storke Student Publications Building- 1962-1969

 

Stokes, Thomas L., Award Committee, Inc.- 1960-1962

 

Storke, Thomas More, Foundation

Scope and Content Note

Scholarship awards. 1960-1969
 

Storke Trust- 1960-1961

 

Subscriptions and publications

 

U. S. Post Office, Santa Barbara

Scope and Content Note

Includes Storke's miscellaneous correspondence as Santa Barbara Postmaster and re the new 1937 Santa Barbara Post Office 1909-1969
 

U. S. Senatorial appointment. Letters of congratulations

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically. Nov. 1938. 3 folders
 

Vassar Alumnae Magazine

Scope and Content Note

Article prepared by Storke re the John Birch Society 1961
 

Wolfe, Burton E. and Dorsey, George

Scope and Content Note

Libel suit, 1962-1963
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Memoirs

Scope and Content Note

See also Volume 18.
Biographical materials used in the preparation of California Editor. 1958, by T. M. Storke in collaboration with Walter A. Tompkins.
 

vol. 2: Annotated first carbon. master copy

Scope and Content Note

Typescript, (xviii, 403 p.)
 

vol. 2: Annotated galley and page proofs

Scope and Content Note

Unarranged
 

vol. 2: Part I. 1876-1902

Scope and Content Note

Annotated carbon copies -typescript
 

vol. 2: Notes. rough drafts. organization of chapters. cover design. etc.

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California. University. Regents

Scope and Content Note

A subject file, arranged alphabetically by Storke. Includes printed reports for the Regents, 1955-1960, and a Regent's meeting file arranged chronologically, 1956-1959, containing printed agenda and recommendations for action, together with minutes and reports of executive subcommittees. The files reflect Storke's close concern for the Santa Barbara campus.
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Academic plan

 

Account of expenses to Regent's meetings

 

Additional campuses

 

Athletics

 

Audit reports

 

Berkeley. School of Medicine

 

Board of Regents. Constitutional amendments. etc.

 

Budgets - two folders

 

Capital outlay program, 1957-1959

 

Cashier shortages

 

Committee on Grounds and Buildings

 

Davis campus

 

Development plans

 

Endowments - Fleishmann Foundation, etc.

 

Funds. Allocations and reports on closings - two folders

 

General financial statements - two folders

 

Gifts to the University

 

Goleta zoning

 

Honorary degrees

 

Insurance

 

Internal audit program

 

La Jolla campus

 

Legislative matters

 

Los Almos Trip - Oct. 29, 1956

 

Los Angeles. Appointment of Dr. Howard Wilson

 

Los Angeles. Educational policy and program

 

Los Angeles. Harbor General Hospital

 

Los Angeles. School of Medicine

 

Loyalty oaths

 

Mesa property

 

Miscellany

 

Neuropsychiatric Institute

 

Parking

 

Pension and retiring annuities system

 

Personnel

 

President's budget message, 1955-1956

 

President's retirement

 

Regulations on student government and use of University facilities

 

Reserve officer's training corps

 

Riverside campus

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Salary increases

 

Santa Barbara. Access road

 

Santa Barbara. Appointment of Dr. Clark Kuebler

 

Santa Barbara. De-emphasization of Fine Arts Department

 

Santa Barbara. Industrial arts

 

Santa Barbara. Landscaping

 

Santa Barbara. Master plan, 1958

 

Santa Barbara. Miscellany

 

Santa Barbara. School of Mines and Metallurgy

 

Santa Barbara. Small boat and yacht harbor

 

Santa Barbara. Sororities and fraternities

 

Schedule of investments

 

State colleges

 

Statewide building programs

 

University Bulletin

 

Veteran's Administration land

 

Regent's meeting files

 

Sept. 27-28, 1956 Santa Barbara

 

Oct. 25, 1956 Los Angeles

 

Nov. 16, 1956 Berkeley

 

Dec. 14, 1956 Los Angeles

 

Jan. 18, 1957 Berkeley

 

Feb. 15-16, 1957 Riverside

 

Mar. 15, 1957 Berkeley

 

Mar, 29, 1957 Los Angeles

 

Apr. 25-27, 1957 Santa Barbara

 

May 24, 1957 Los Angeles

 

June 20-21, 1957 Berkeley

 

July 16, 1957 Berkeley

 

Aug. 15-16, 1957 Lake Arrowhead

 

Sept. 20, 1957 Los Angeles

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Oct. 18, 1957 Davis

 

Nov. 15, 1957 Berkeley

 

Dec. 13-14, 1957 Los Angeles

 

Jan. 17-18, 1958 Berkeley

 

Feb. 21, 1958 La Jolla

 

Mar. 14, 1958 Berkeley

 

Apr. 17-18, 1958 Los Angeles

 

May 16, 1958 Berkeley

 

June 18-20, 1958 Lake Arrowhead

 

July 18, 1958 Berkeley

 

Aug. 15, 1958 Los Angeles

 

Sept. 18-19, 1958 Santa Barbara

 

Oct. 16, 1958 Davis

 

Nov. 21, 1958 Berkeley

 

Dec. 19, 1958 Los Angeles

 

Jan. 23, 1959 San Francisco

 

Feb. 19, 1959 Riverside

 

Mar. 12-13, 1959 Berkeley

 

Apr. 15-17, 1959 Los Angeles

 

May 15-16, 1959 La Jolla

 

June 18-19, 1959 Lake Arrowhead

 

July 16, 1959 Mount Hamilton

 

Sept. 18, 1959 Santa Barbara

 

Oct. 23, 1959 Davis

 

Nov. 20, 1959 Los Angeles

 

Dec. 11, 1959 Berkeley

 

Dec. 18, 1959 Berkeley

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T. M. Storke Ranches

Scope and Content Note

A subject file, arranged alphabetically, and six account books. Includes correspondence, legal documents, tax reports, grazing permits, bills, receipts, maps and notes regarding the acquisition, maintenance and operation of the T. M. Storke Ranches in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties. Predominantly represented are Storke's cattle raising, wood selling and lemon growing interests.
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Agricultural property statements, 1964-1971

 

Bank reconcile statements, 1947-1949

 

Cachuma Lake leases, 1957-1999

 

Cachuma Lake water charges, 1960-1972

 

Cattle matters, 1939-1970. Two folders

 

Cooley Ranch purchase, 1951-1958

 

Electricity, 1943-1965

 

Equipment, 1953-1963

 

Farm land leases, 1944-1945

 

Fences, 1952-1961

 

Fish and game licenses, 1959-1962

 

Goleta Ranch miscellany, 1948-1956

 

Gray Ranch purchase, 1942-1967

 

Grazing permits, 1939-1971

 

Heating and fueling, 1937-1942

 

Improvements, 1960-1968

 

Inventory

 

Laborers, 1953-1965

 

Roads, 1960-1964

 

San Marcos Ranch, Collins purchase, 1957-1966

 

Santa Paula Ranch miscellany, 1926-1962

 

Santa Ynez Ranch miscellany, 1937-1971

 

Sheep matters, 1955-1964

 

Sprinkler booster pump, 1960

 

Steffens, William, Nursery, 1939-1955

 

Sundstern, Ragner and Erna, Caretakers, 1957-1970

 

Torrens title, Goleta Ranch, 1951

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U.S. Department of Agriculture. Conservation Program, 1956-1972

 

U. S. Department of Commerce. Census of Agriculture, 1955-1972

 

U. S. War Assets Administration, 1937-1956 - re Goleta Ranch. Three folders

 

Vehicles, 1943-1951

 

Water contracts, 1959-1971. Two folders

 

Water reservoir No. 1, 1937-1947

 

Water reservoir No. 2, 1958-1966

 

Water reservoir No. 3, 1960-1963

 

Water reservoir No. 4, 1960-1963

 

Water reservoir No. 5, 1963-1964

 

Water sprinkling system, 1960 - fire sprinklers for buildings

 

Wood matters, 1947-1969

 

Account books

 

vol. 3: Account book. New T. M. S. Ranch No. 2

Scope and Content Note

Covers maintenance and operation of ranch, real estate, equipment, insurance, rental properties, wood and fruit accounts, 150 p.
 

vol. 4: Check stub book. Santa Paula Ranch

Scope and Content Note

Nov. 1944-May 1946, 100 p.
 

Check stub books. Storke Ranch Co.

 

vol. 5: July 1944-Apr. 1945, 100 p.

 

vol. 6: Apr. 1945-Feb. 1946, 100 p.

 

vol. 7: Feb. 1946-Aug. 1949, 34 p.

 

vol. 8: Receipt book. Storke Ranch Co.

 

Mar. 1950-Dec. 1951, 30 p.

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Speeches

Scope and Content Note

Speeches and papers written and delivered by Storke, 1950-1969. Include drafts, related notes and final reading copies. Arranged alphabetically by title,
 

Advice to young Americans. Santa Barbara. Jan. 4, 1966

 

American Association of Retired Persons. June 6, 1966

 

Associated Press welcome for Robert McLean. Santa Barbara. 1966

 

California Newspaper Hall of Fame. Election of Charles Albert Storke. San Francisco. Dec. 1, 1961

 

California publishers address. San Francisco. Dec. 4, 1959

 

Carpinteria Union Schools. Feb. 3, 1961

 

Chamber of commerce dinner. T. M. Storke's semi-retirement as owner and publisher of the Santa Barbara News-Press. Santa Barbara. Apr. 30, 1964

 

Charter Day Ceremonies. University of California, Santa Barbara. Apr. 5, 1960

 

Columbia School of Journalism Honor Award for distinguished service in journalism. Columbia, Missouri. May 6, 1966

 

Community and science. Hoffman Science Center. Santa Barbara. Nov. 17, 1960

 

Dedication of new News-Press production building. Santa Barbara. Apr. 15, 1962

 

Dedication of Storke Plaza and inauguration of Dr. Vernon Cheadle as Chancellor. University of California, Santa Barbara. Sept. 21, 1962

 

Doctorate of laws degree. Colby College, Waterville, Maine. May 17, 1963

 

Fiesta dinner. Biltmore Hotel, Santa Barbara. Aug. 7, 1952

 

Fifty years of California journalism. Stanford University. June 23, 1951

 

Junior Chamber of Commerce address. Santa Barbara. Mar. 3, 1966

 

KCOY's fifth anniversary. Santa Maria. n.d.

 

Dr. Clark Kerr testimonial dinner. Biltmore Hotel, Santa Barbara. Dec. 2, 1957

 

Kiwanis Club. Santa Barbara. May 1951

 

Lauterbach award. Biltmore Hotel, Santa Barbara. Nov. 5, 1961

 

Looking ahead. Storke's 82nd birthday. Santa Barbara. Apr. 20, 1964

 

Lovejoy convocation. Colby College, Waterville, Maine. Nov. 8, 1962

 

Native Sons of the Golden West. Plaque award. May 10, 1963

 

News-Press address to employees. Santa Barbara. 1964

 

Reminiscences of La Mesa. La Mesa Improvement Association, Mar. 26, 1953

 

St. Francis Hospital drive. Santa Barbara. n.d.

 

Santa Barbara City Schools Teacher's Association. Santa Barbara. June 4, 1952

 

Santa Barbara early history. n.d.

 

Santa Maria Historical Society. Sept. 18, 1962

 

Science building ground breaking. University of California, Santa Barbara. Nov. 26,1952

 

Seventy-fifth birthday dinner. Santa Barbara. Nov. 23, 1951

 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. Feb. 12, 1956

 

Sixtieth Anniversary dinner for News-Press employees. Santa Barbara. Mar. 1, 1960

 

Stanford University PACE dinner. Santa Barbara. May 22, 1962

 

Storke Student Publications Building dedication. Stanford University. Nov. 20, 1964

 

Storke Student Publications Building dedication. University of California, Santa Barbara. Sept. 28, 1969.

 

Storke Student Publications Building site dedication. Stanford University. Nov. 22, 1963

 

Twitchell, "Cap". Testimonial dinner. Santa Maria. Jan. 11, 1950 - re Cachuma water project

 

Photographs and portraits

Scope and Content Note

Removed to the picture collection, indexed as pictures 17178(1-213), and the portraits have likewise been removed to the portrait collection. 10 folders.
See also Oversize Folder
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Clippings

Scope and Content Note

Include clippings, tear sheets and entire issues from predominantly southern California newspapers. Arranged alphabetically by subject, as follows
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Alaska earthquake. Mar. 1964

 

Armistice day. Nov. 11, 1918

 

California. Special Crime Study Commission on Organized Crime

 

California. University

 

California. University, Santa Barbara - two folders

 

Central California. 1943

 

Churchill, Winston. Death. Jan. 1965

 

Dedication of new News-Press building. Mar. 1955

 

Doctor of Laws degree. University of California. Apr. 1960

 

Eisenhower, Dwight D. Inauguration as U. S. President. Jan. 20, 1953

 

European newspapers. 1952-1953 - brought back by Storke on his first European trip

 

Fiesta days. Santa Barbara

 

First U. S. Astronaut orbits the earth. Feb. 20, 1962

 

"Ham and Eggs. campaign. 1940

 

I Write For Freedom. 1963 - two folders

 

Japanese surrender. World War II. Aug. 14, 1945

 

John Birch Society. Christian Science Monitor

 

John Birch Society. Congressional Record

 

John Birch Society. Freedom Press

 

John Birch Society. Human Events

 

John Birch Society. News-Press editorial Feb. 26, 1961

 

John Birch Society. News-Press reprints

 

John Birch Society. "The Fright Peddlers. by Senator Thomas H. Kuchel

 

John Birch Society. U. N. I. C. E. F.

 

John Birch Society. Unsorted - two folders

 

KTMS Radio. Santa Barbara

 

Kennedy, John F. Assassination. Nov. 1963

 

Kennedy, John F. Election as U.S. President. Nov. 9, 1960

 

King Albert's visit to Santa Barbara. Oct. 1919

 

Los Angeles Times. Nov. 28, 1951

 

Lovejoy award. Colby College. 1962

 

Miscellany

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News-Press Diamond Jubilee. Feb. 27, 1938

 

News-Press miscellany

 

News-Press sale. Mar. 3, 1964

 

Oil sanctuary and tidelands

 

Poetry

 

Politella, Dario. Clippings and publications

 

Political editorials

 

Politics. 1960

 

Politics. 1964

 

Pulitzer award. 1961

 

Race track articles by Homer George

 

Refugee editorials. 1943

 

San Francisco Examiner. Feb. 5, 1911

 

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge dedication. Nov. 13, 1936

 

Santa Barbara

 

Santa Barbara business directory. 1905

 

Santa Barbara Daily News. June 6, 1922

 

Santa Barbara Star

 

Santa Paula Chronicle. Oct. 18, 1929

 

Santa Ynez Valley News. Feb. 16, 1951

 

Stahlman, James Geddes. Clippings and editorials

 

Stanford University

 

Storke, Charles Albert, II

 

Storke, Harry Purnell. Sept. 1964

 

Storke, T. M. Appointment to Board of Regents. 1955

 

Storke. T. M. Editorials

 

Storke, T. M. European trip. 1955-1957. Three folders

 

Storke, T. M 60th anniversary as publisher. Dec. 1950

 

Storke. T. M. 90th birthday. Nov. 1966

 

Storke. T. M. Personal clippings - five folders

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Storke, T. M. Retirement. Apr. 1964

 

Storke, T. M. 75th birthday. Nov. 1951

 

Storke Student Publications Building. Stanford University

 

U. S. Spacemen ride. 1961-1963

 

Water - articles and editorials

 

Wilson, Woodrow. Nomination as U. S. President. July 3, 1912

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Miscellaneous volumes

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vol. 9: Autograph book

Scope and Content Note

Signed by members of the California Legislature, Mar. 1889. [80] p.
 

vol. 10: Empty accordion file

Scope and Content Note

With financial annotations by Storke on the folder covers.
 

vol. 11: News-Press family album, 1901-1964

Scope and Content Note

Presentation scrapbook of reproductions of front pages of Santa Barbara newspapers and signatures of employees in order of their seniority with the News-Press. [76] p.
 

vol. 12: The Politician, by Robert H. W. Welch, Jr 1963.

Scope and Content Note

cxlviii, 300 p. Annotated.
 

vol. 13: Litti Paulding scrapbook

Scope and Content Note

Clippings of articles by Litti Paulding regarding the early history and families of Santa Barbara.
 

vol. 14: A sketch of the life of Captain Don Jose Francisco de Ortega accompanied by a genealogy of Thomas More Storke of the 7th generation, by Tomás Workman Temple, II, San Gabriel, California, 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript, 110 p., illus.
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vol. 15: Pedigree charts and family group charts for Thomas More Storke and his grandchildren, by Thomas Workman Temple, II.

 

vol. 16: Frederick W. Sherman vs. Thomas M. Storke.

Scope and Content Note

Draft of defendant's proposed bill of exceptions, vol. II. Superior Court of Santa Barbara County. July 1913. C. A. Storke, attorney for defendant. 384 p.
 

vol. 17: Scrapbook

Scope and Content Note

Clippings regarding Storke's stand against the John Birch Society, his character assassination essay contest, Lauterbach and Pulitzer awards, etc.
 

vol. 18: California Editor

Scope and Content Note

Scrapbook of published book reviews, clippings, advertisements, etc.
 

vol. 19: Check book

Scope and Content Note

T. M. Storke, trustee under the will of William Gibbs McAdoo, deceased. July 1953-July 1956.
 

vol. 20: Account book

Scope and Content Note

Record of outside job printing orders of the Santa Barbara Daily News. July 1928-Nov. 1931. 142 p.
 

vol. 21: The Daily Palo Alto

Scope and Content Note

Sept. 3, 1897-May 25, 1898. Presented to Storke by the Publications Board of the Associated Students of Stanford University, Nov. 20, 1964.
package Package 1

Plaque

Scope and Content Note

Reproduction of the front page of the San Francisco Examiner, Apr. 30, 1964. Salute to Mr. California: Thomas M. Storke.
package Package 2

Plaque

Scope and Content Note

Resolution of commendation by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. n.d.
oversize Oversize folders

Awards. tributes, certificates, etc.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs

Partial List of Correspondents

 

Abbott, Edward L.

See Santa Barbara. Mayor

 

Abravanel, Maurice, 1903-

 

Letter, Nov. 16, 1961. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Lauterbach award.

 

Agee, Warren Kendall, 1916-

 

3 letters, 1968. Written while Dean of the William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas. Includes one letter addressed to Mrs. Roy A. Roberts.

 

Ahlport, Brodie E., 1898-1968

 

8 letters, 1955-1956. Written while U. C. Regent and California Superior Court Judge re the University. Also one letter, Jan, 10, 1969, by his wife Margaret Ahlport.

 

Ailes, Stephen, 1912-

See Federal City Council for Community Development in the Nation's Capital

 

Alaska Transportation Company

See Perkins, Samuel Albert

 

Albright, Horace Marden, 1890-

 

Letter, May 29, 1962. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Pulitzer award.

 

Albuquerque ( New Mexico) Journal

See Pepperday, Thomas M.

 

Alioto, Joseph Lawrence

 

Letter, Aug. 11, 1970. Written while Mayor of San Francisco commenting on California Editor.

 

Allan, Robert Moffat, 1920-

 

Letter, July 12, 1961. Wr-itten while Vice-President of The Times-Mirror Co. commenting on California Editor and personal visit

 

Allen, Bruce Franklin, 1916-

 

2 letters, 1957-1958. Written while California State Assemblyman re the University and engineering education.

 

Allen, Raymond Bernard, 1902-

 

9 letters, 1956-1959. Some letters written as Chancellor of the University of California at Los Angeles. Includes invitations to symposiums, acknowledgment of Storke gifts and comments on California Editor.

 

Allen, Riley Harris, 1884-

 

3 letters, 1952-1957. Written while Editor of the Honolulu Star Bulletin. Comments on the dedication of the new News-Press building and perspective managing editors Richard F. MacMillan and Robert Hiatt.

 

Allen, Robert Sharon, 1923-

 

85 letters, 1947-1971. Written while a nationally syndicated columnist. Candid observations of political activities including advance notes and special releases written in collaboration with John A. Goldsmith and copies of Allen's letters to Pierre Salinger and William O. Douglas.

 

Allen, Stephen Valentine Patrick William, 1921-

 

2 letters, 1962-1963. Comedian. Congratulatory letter on Storke's Pulitzer award and acknowledgment of a copy of I Write for Freedom.

 

Altrocchi, Julia Cooley, 1893-

 

Letter, Sept. 6, 1957. Form letter written as Chairman of the University of California Widows Committee addressed to U. C. Regents enclosing "A Widow's Record and a Plea"

 

American Association for the United Nations, Inc.

 

2 letters, 1961-1962. One letter, May 19, 1961, by Clark M. Eichelberger as Executive Director and one letter, Nov. 28, 1962, by Oscar Abenum de Lima as Chairman of the Resolutions Committee commending Storke for his outstanding leadership.

See also Deutsch, Monroe Emanuel.

 

American Broadcasting Company

See Hinckley, Robert Henry

 

American Legion

See Cone, John Carroll

 

American Medical Association

 

Letter, Oct. 10, 1964. Photocopy by Donovan Frederick Ward as President addressed to Dan R. Coletti re Freedom Documents Foundation.

 

American Newspaper Publishers Association, Inc.

 

2 letters, 1960-1962. One letter, Feb. 1960, by Orvil Eugene Dryfoos as Chairman of the Dinner Committee of the Bureau of Advertising acknowledging Storke's reservations and one letter, Jan. 9, 1962, by Russ Stewart as Chairman of the Board of Directors.

See also Williams, Cranston

 

American President Lines

See Eugene Dewey Flaherty and George Leonard Killion

 

American Press Institute

 

2 letters, 1959-1967. By Walter Everett as Associate and Executive Director acknowledging News-Press sponsorship contributions.

 

American Security Council

 

Letter, Mar. 13, 1961. By Wayne Andrew Johnston soliciting Storke's membership in the council.

See also Wood, Robert E.

 

American Smelting & Refining Company

 

2 letters, 1952. By Frederick Ward as Pacific Coast General Manager of the Federated Metals Division.

 

American Society of Newspaper Editors

See Isaacs, Norman Ellis

 

Anderson, Clinton Presba, 1895-

 

Letter, Dec. 18, 1961. U. S. Senator from New Mexico. Re Storke's John Birch Society article in the New York Times magazine.

 

Anderson, Glenn Malcolm, 1913-

 

8 letters, 1959-1964. Lieutenant Governor of the State of California. Primarily congratulatory letters. Includes one letter, Mar. 16, 1964, by Mrs. Evelynne Meade as Secretary to the Lieutenant Governor.

 

Anderson ( South Carolina) Independent

 

Letter, Nov. 6, 1961. By Wilton Earle Hall as Publisher requesting copies of Storke's John Birch Society editorials, etc.

 

Annenberg, Walter H., 1908-

 

3 letters, 1965-1967. Editor and Publisher of The Philadelphia Inquirer.

 

Anthony, Edward, 1895-

 

Letter, May 29, 1962. Author. Congratulatory letter on Storke's Pulitzer award.

 

Arizona Daily Star

See Matthews, William Rankin

 

Armstrong, Eric

 

9 letters, 1958. Writing as landscape architect with Armstrong, Sharfman & Brinkerhoff re landscaping the U. C. Santa Barbara campus. Includes copies of letters written to others.

See also Regents Subject file. Santa Barbara. Landscaping,

 

Arnold, Ralph, 1875-

 

5 letters, 1954-1959. Geologist. Re Santa Barbara water situation. Includes copies of letters written to others.

 

Arnstein, Lawrence, 1880-

 

23 letters, 1963-1970. Written while Executive Director of the San Francisco Social Hygiene and Health Association and as a member of the sponsoring committee of the Charles E. Smith Memorial Student Loan Fund. Includes copies of letters written to others.

 

Arthur, Franklin Kilnore, 1910-

 

3 letters, 1969. Written while Editor and Publisher of the Monterey Peninsula Herald re Storke's exchange with Westbrook Pegler in the Columbia Journalism Review.

 

Ashe, Harry

 

4 letters, 1952-1970. Former personal pilot for William G. McAdoo's airplane "Blue Streak."

 

Ashmore, Harry Scott, 1916-

 

21 letters, 1959-1970. Written while Editor in Chief and Chairman of Encyclopaedia Britannica and Executive Vice-President of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Includes copies of reports, speeches and letters written to others.

 

Associated Press

 

14 letters, 1953-1964. Includes one letter, Mar. 8, 1962, by Harry Thomas Montgomery as Assistant General Manager.

See also Robert John Cavagnaro, Kent C. Cooper, J. Wes Gallagher, Alan Jenks Gould, Hubbard Keavy, Frank (Francis) J. Starzel and Seymour Topping.

 

Atlanta (Georgia) Constitution

 

Letter, Oct. 22, 1942. By Ralph Tatton Jones as Associate Editor recommending Homer C. George for a position with the News-Press.

 

Atlantic Monthly

See Morton, Charles W.

 

Autry, Orvon Gene, 1907-

 

Letter, Jan. 15, 1960. Actor. Re his interest in purchasing the Santa Barbara News-Press.

 

Baker, Melvin Houston, 1885-

 

Letter, Dec. 3, 1956. Written while Chairman of the Board of the National Gypsum Company soliciting funds on behalf of the National Council of Churches.

 

Baker, Richard Terrill, 1913-

 

Letter, Oct. 16, 1969. Photocopy of letter written while Acting Dean of the Graduate School of Journalism of Columbia University addressed to F. K. Arthur, Jr. regarding the Columbia Journalism Review.

 

Bakersfield Californian

See Kane, Walter

 

Baldwin, Benjamin Harrison, 1919-

 

Letter, June 30, 1967. Written while Chairman of the Editorial Department of Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University re California Editor.

 

Bancroft, Philip, 1881-

 

Letter, Nov. 9, 1938. Congratulatory telegram upon Storke's appointment as U. S. Senator.

 

Bank of America

 

Letter, May 20, 1964. By Robert Thomas Shinkle as Vice President and Senior Trust Officer.

See also A. W. Clausen, Amadeo Peter Giannini and Rudolph A. Peterson.

 

Barber, Joseph, 1909-

 

Letter, Mar. 8, 1963. Written while Director of the Committees on Foreign Relations of the Council on Foreign Relations, Inc. re organizing a branch committee in Santa Barbara.

 

Bard, Ralph A., 1884-

 

Letter, June 12, 1945. Written while U. S. Under Secretary of the Navy addressed to Charles A. Storke, II.

 

Barham, Frank Forrest, 1879-

 

Letter, Nov. 11, 1938. Written while Publisher of the Los Angeles Evening Herald Express congratulating Storke on his appointment as U. S. Senator.

 

Barrett, Edward Ware, 1910-

 

69 letters, 1957-1970. Written while Dean of the Graduate School of Journalism of Columbia University and as Director of the Communications Institute of the Academy for Educational Development, Inc. Includes form letters, copies of letters written to others and several letters by Barrett's Secretary.

 

Bartholomew, Frank H., 1898-

 

13 letters, 1951-1963. Written while Vice President, President and later Chairman of the Board of United Press International.

 

Bartlett, Cosam Julian, 1913-

 

Letter, Oct. 19, 1965. Photocopy of letter written while Dean of Grace Cathedral addressed to Robert Hutchins re the selection of the most prominent American in the field of government and politics.

 

Bassett, Robert Cochem, 1911-

 

2 letters, 1961. Re his interest in purchasing the Santa Barbara News-Press and KTMS Radio.

 

Batchelder, George Aiken, 1860-

See The Rivera.

 

Batt, William Loren

See National Planning Association

 

Battson, Leigh McMaster, 1891-

 

4 letters, 1956-1959. Petroleum executive. Telegrams inviting the Storkes to lunch and to view horse racing handicaps.

 

Beaton, Roderick Whitney, 1923-

See United Press Associations Inc.

 

Beinecke, Edwin John, 1886-

 

4 letters, 1957-1964. Acknowledges a copy of California Editor and forwards copies of George L. McKay's The Stevenson Library of Edwin J. Beinecke.

 

Belding, Don, 1898-

 

2 letters, 1943-1957. Includes one letter addressed to Charles A. Storke, II and one letter written as Chairman of the Southern California Coordinating Committee of the Council for Financial Aid to Education.

 

Bell, Robert Samuel, 1915-

 

Letter, Sept. 24, 1965. Written while Chairman of the Board of Packard Bell Electronics Corporation acknowledging a visit with Storke.

 

Belli, Melvin Mouron, 1907-

 

Letter, July 30, 1959. Re Belli's talk before the Santa Barbara Channel City Club.

 

Bemis, William Hay, 1897-

 

Letter, Aug. 24, 1966. Attorney at law. Addressed to William Henry Joyce, Jr. re appointment with Storke.

 

Benjamin, Robert S., 1909-

See Roosevelt ( Eleanor) Memorial Foundation

 

Bernays, Edward L., 1891-

 

2 letters, 1959-1960. Conducting opinion survey of newspaper publishers who personify the ideals of Joseph Pulitzer.

 

Belts, Bert A., 1923-

 

2 letters, 1964. Written while Treasurer of the State of California congratulating Storke on his California Newspaper Publishers award.

 

Bingham, Barry, 1906-

See International Press Institute

 

Biscailuz, Eugene Warren, 1883-

 

4 letters, 1948-1962. Written while Sheriff of the County of Los Angeles and Chairman of the Board of Teletronic Security Systems, Inc.

 

Bitner, Lynn Nevin, 1904-

 

Letter, Oct. 19, 1962. Written while Vice President and General Manager of The Gannett Newspapers acknowledging Storke's hospitality.

 

Black, David Statler, 1928-

See U. S. Department of the Interior

 

Black, James Byers, 1890-

 

4 letters, 1954-1963. Some letters written as President and Chairman of the Board of Pacific Gas and Electric Company.

 

Blair, William McCormick, 1916-

 

3 letters, 1960-1964. Includes letters written while U. S. Ambassador to Denmark.

 

Blake, Berkeley Barrington, 1888-

 

Letter, Nov. 26, 1951. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's 75th birthday.

 

Blake, Eugene Clark, 1906-

See The United Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A.

 

Blakeslee, Edwin M.

See General Telephone Company of California

 

Bliss, Robert Woods, 1875-

 

Letter, Apr. 21, 1951. Re the appeal of Maynard Geiger to the Carnegie Foundation.

 

Blumberg, Nathan Bernard, 1922-

 

Letter, June 27, 1967. Written while Dean of the School of Journalism at the University of Montana acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Boger, Robert Forrester, 1900-

 

2 letters, 1961-1964. Congratulatory letters written while Publisher of McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Inc. and while Vice President-Administration of McGraw-Hill Publications upon Storke's Lauterbach award and Stanford Student Publications Building gift.

 

Bonelli, Frank G.

 

Letter, Sept. 14, 1962. Written while Supervisor, First District, of the County of Los Angeles re California Editor.

 

Booher, Edward E., 1911-

 

Letter, Oct. 2, 1958. Photocopy of letter written while Executive Vice President of McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. addressed to Clark Kerr re the selection of Samuel Gould as Chancellor of U. C. Santa Barbara.

 

Borein, Edward, 1873-1945

See Carton One for a subject file containing material, 1950-1965, establishing the Edward Borein Memorial in Santa Barbara, California.

 

Bortolazzo, Julio Lawrence, 1915-

 

6 letters, 1956-1970. Written while President of Stockton College and later while President of the College of San Mateo.

 

Bourjaily, Monte Ferris, 1894-

 

Letter, Sept. 9, 1960. Written while President and Editor of the Globe Syndicate following a visit to Santa Barbara.

 

Boutelle, Richard Schley, 1898-

 

Letter, Jan. 13, 1954. Written while President of Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corporation.

 

Bowles, John, 1916-

 

Letter, Jan. 31, 1962. Written while President of Rexall Drug Company re Rancheros Visitadores art exhibit

 

Bowman, Leonard Leon, 1900-

 

2 letters, 1957-1960. One letter written as Director of the Santa Barbara Junior College endorsing Elmer Noble for Provost of U. C. Santa Barbara.

 

Bowman, Robert Jay, 1891-

See The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company

 

Boyd, Philip Linnaes, 1900-

 

6 letters, 1956-1962. Some letters written as Chairman of the Citizens University Committee and as a U. C. Regent.

 

Boys' Clubs of America

See Herbert Clark Hoover and Stanley Resor

 

Braceland, Francis James, 1900-

 

5 letters, 1961-1967. Written while Psychiatrist-in-Chief and Senior Consultant of The Institute of Living.

 

Braden, Thomas Wardell, 1918-

 

3 letters, 1963-1964. Former President of the California State Board of Education writing while Publisher of The [Oceanside] (Calif.) Blade-Tribune re "Story of a Newspaperman" and California Editor.

 

Bradford, Robert B.

See California. Department of Public Works

 

Bradley, Frank R., 1900-

 

Letter, July 16, 1957. Writing as Director of Barnes Hospital re George W. Lynn.

 

Bradley, Lester Goodwin, 1881-

 

5 letters, 1938-1961. Written while President and Treasurer of The San Diego Union and The Evening Tribune.

 

Bradley, Henry D., 1893-

 

Letter, Feb. 4, 1960. Written while President of the St. Joseph News-Press and St. Joseph Gazette re Bradley's bid for an Associated Press Directorship.

 

Bramblett, Ernest King, 1901-

 

Letter, Mar. 28, 1952. Telegram written while U. S. Congressman acknowledging Storke's invitation to attend the new News-Press building dedication.

 

Branch, Harlee, 1879-

 

2 letters, 1962. Former Second Assistant Postmaster General and Atlanta newspaperman. includes two letters, 1962, from his grandson Harlee "William" Branch, III.

 

Brandin, Alf Elvin, 1912-

See Stanford University. Vice President

 

Brandt, Joseph August, 1899-

 

2 letters, 1951-1954. One letter written on behalf of the Graduate Department of Journalism of U. C. L. A

 

Bray, William John, 1903-

 

2 letters, 1953-1954. One letter written while U. S. Assistant Postmaster General. Seeks Storke's suggestions in securing employment.

 

Brown, Edmund Gerald "Pat", 1905-

 

77 letters, 1950-1970. Includes letters written while District Attorney of the City and County of San Francisco, Attorney General and Governor of the State of California and Attorney at law with Ball, Hunt, Hart & Brown. Includes copies of letters written to others.

 

Brown, Edmund Gerald, 1938-

 

Letter, Oct. 14, 1970. Acknowledging Storke's support in Brown's election as California Secretary of State.

 

Brown, Francis, 1903-

See The New York Times Book Review

 

Brown, Harold

See California Institute of Technology

 

Brown, Warren, Jr.

 

14 letters, 1946-1969. Written while Business Manager and later Publisher of the Richmond (Calif.) Independent

 

Brubaker, Carroll Harper, 1921-

See Hughes Aircraft Company

 

Brucker, Herbert, 1898-

 

12 letters, 1966-1969. Includes letters written as Director of Professional Journalism Fellowships of the Department of Communication, Stanford University. Includes copies of letters written to others

 

Bryce, Peter Cooper

 

Letter, Nov. 14, 1938. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's appointment as U. S. Senator.

 

Buckley, Carper W.

See U. S. Government Printing Office

 

Bunzel, John Harvey, 1924-

 

Letter, Oct. 20, 1970. Written while President of San Jose State College acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Burdick, Eugene L., 1918-

 

4 letters, 1959-1961. Written while Associate Professor of the Department of Political cience at U. C. Berkeley re his book The Ugly American and the John Birch Society, Includes copies of letters written to others including William J. Fulbright and a copy of Burdick's paper "Imagination and Dreams in Foreign Aid."

 

Burkett, William A., 1913-

See California. Superintendent of Banks

 

Burton, Phillip, 1926-

 

Letter, Sept. 8, 1970. Written while a member of Congress acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Bush, Chilton Rowlette, 1896-

 

9 letters, 1951-1967. Includes letters written while Director of the Institute for Journalistic Studies and Professor Emeritus of the Department of Communication, Stanford University re the National Advisory Committee, Stanford Professional Journalism Fellowship Program. Includes copies of letters written to others.

 

Bush, Martin H.

 

11 letters, 1963-1970. Includes letters written as Deputy Administrator of Manuscripts soliciting Storke's personal papers for Syracuse University. Also letters written while Assistant Dean for Academic Development of Syracuse University.

 

Butcher, W. Preston

 

Letter, Apr. 20, 1969. Written as retiring Judge re his career.

 

Byrd, Harry Flood, 1914-

 

Letter, Apr. 17, 1964. Written while Editor and President of the Winchester Evening Star and Daily News-Record re Storke's sale of the Santa Barbara News-Press to Robert McLean.

 

California. Attorney General

See Edmund Gerald "Pat. Brown and Stanley Mosk.

 

California. State Board of Equalization

 

Letter, Mar. 9, 1958. Telegram by Robert E. McDavid as Chairman.

See also Paul R. Leake and Richard Nevins.

 

California. Controller

 

4 letters, 1928. By Ray L. Riley.

See also Cranston, Alan.

 

California. Crime Study Commission on Organized Crime

See LeRoy Phillip Hunt, Alan A, Lindsay and Warren Olney, III.

See also subject file in Carton One.

 

California. Department of Corrections

 

Letter, June 3, 1954. By Richard A. McGee as Director, addressed to LeRoy Philip Hunt re the tenth anniversary of the Department.

 

California. Department of Finance

 

5 letters, 1950-1960. Includes two letters, 1960, by John E. Carr as Director.

 

California. Department of Industrial Relations

See MacDonald, S. W.

 

California. Department of Public Works

 

15 letters, 1940-1963. Includes two letters, 1940, by Frank W. Clark as Director; one letter, Nov. 4, 1957, by Frank B. Durkee as Director; three letters, 1961-1962, by Robert B. Bradford as Director; and one letter, June 1, 1954, by George Thomas McCoy as Highway Engineer addressed to James A. Guthrie re State Route 80.

See also Kelly, Earl Lee.

 

California. Director of Education

See California. Superintendent of Public Instruction

 

California. Director of Finance

See Killion, George Leonard

 

California. Director of Water Resources

See Warne, William Elmo

 

California. Division of Buildings and Loans

See Hunt. LeRoy Phillip

 

California. Governor's Advisory Committee on Children and Youth

See MacGregor. Helen R

 

California. Lieutenant Governor

See Glenn Malcolm Anderson, Robert Hutchison Finch, Goodwin Jess Knight and Harold J. Powers

 

California. Secretary of State

 

6 letters, 1955-1964. By Frank M. Jordan. Includes a history of the Australian type ballot in use in California

See also Brown, Edmund Gerald, Jr.

 

California. State College

See Dumke, Glenn S.

 

California. State College, San Francisco

See Hayakawa, Samuel Ichiye

 

California. State College, San Jose

See Bunzel, John Harvey

 

California. State College, San Luis Obispo

See McPhee, Julian A,

 

California. Superintendent of Banks

 

Letter, Jan. 19, 1957. By William A. Burkett acknowledging a copy of Storke's editorial "Banking Related to Convenience and Necessity."

 

California. Superintendent of Public Instruction

 

7 letters, 1955-1962. By Roy E. Simpson as Superintendent of Public Instruction and Director of Education.

 

California. Treasurer

See Betts, Bert A.

 

California. University, Assistant to the President

 

5 letters, 1948-1949. By George Albert Pettitt.

 

California. University. Centennial Fund

 

9 letters, 1967. By Joseph R. Mixer as Director and Special Assistant to the Chancellor at Berkeley.

 

California. University. Comptroller

See Corley, James Henry

 

California. University. President

See Charles Johnston Hitch, Clark Kerr, Robert Gordon Sproul and Harry Richard Wellman.

 

California. University. Regents

 

54 letters, 1955-1969. Includes eight letters, 1956-1966, by Thomas James Cunningham; twenty-six letters, 1955-1968, by Robert MacKenzie Underhill as Treasurer and Secretary; four letters, 1968-1969, by Owsley B. Hammond as Treasurer; letters by George D. Mallory as Assistant Secretary; Marjorie Woolman as Assistant and Associate Secretary; and Elizabeth O. Hansen as Assistant Secretary.

See also Brodie E. Ahlport, Philip Linnaes Boyd, Edward William Carter, Dorothy Buffum Chandler, William Kraemer Coblentz, Edward Augustus Dickson, Frederick Gary Dutton, Earl J. Fenston, William Eugene Forbes, Gerald Hanna Hager, Catherine (Campbell) Hearst, Edward Hellman Heller, Raymond William Kettler, Donald Hamilton McLaughlin, Samuel Barlow Mosher, John Francis Neylan, Edwin Wendell Pauley, William French Smith, Jesse Henry Steinhart and John Vernon Vaughn.

 

California, University. Vice-President

 

13 letters, 1949-1971. Includes eleven letters, 1949-1962, by James Henry Corley as Vice President-Business Affairs and Governmental Relations and Projects and one letter, May 24, 1971, by C. O. McCorkle, Jr. re Charles J. Hitch television documentary.

See also Stanley Eugene McCaffrey, Harry Richard Wellman and Robert MacKenzie Underhill.

 

California. University, Berkeley. Chancellor

 

9 letters, 1965-1968. Includes one letter, Mar. 31, 1965, by Martin Meyerson as Acting Chancellor re Storke's pledge towards purchase of the Honeyman Collection and eight letters, 1966-1968, by Roger William Heyns with copies of letters written to others. See also Clark Kerr and Glenn Theodore Seaborg.

 

California. University, Berkeley. Dept. of Political Science

See Burdick, Eugene L.

 

California. University, Berkeley. Faculty Club

 

Letter, Nov. 10, 1958. By Frank LeRoy Kidner as President inviting Storke to become an honorary member.

 

California. University, Berkeley. School of Law

 

2 letters, 1960. By William Lloyd Prosser as Dean

 

California. University, Davis. Chancellor

See Mrak, Emil W.

 

California. University, Los Angeles. Chancellor

 

4 letters, 1955-1960. Includes three letters, 1957-1960, by Vernon O. Knudsen.

See also Raymond Bernard Allen and Franklin David Murphy.

 

California. University, Los Angeles. Dept. of Journalism

 

2 letters, 1960-1961. By William S. Caldwell.

See also Joseph August Brandt and William W. Johnson.

 

California. University, Los Angeles School of Law

 

11 letters, 1955-1957. Includes four letters, 1955-1957, by L. Dale Coffman as Dean and five letters, 1956, by Louis Piacenza as Librarian of the Law School Library. Both re Storke's gift of his father's law library to U. C. L. A.

 

California. University, Los Angeles. School of Medicine

 

2 letters, 1956-1958. By Stafford L. Warren as Dean.

 

California. University, Riverside. Provost

See Watkins, Gordon S.

 

California. University, San Francisco. Provost

 

6 letters, 1957-1960. Includes five letters, 1957-1958, by John Bertrand de Cusance Morant Saunders as Provost and Dean,

 

California. University, Santa Barbara. Chancellor

See Vernon Irvin Cheadle and Samuel Brookner Gould.

 

California. University, Santa Barbara. Provost

See Clark George Kuebler, Elmer Ray Noble and John Clifton Snidecor.

 

California Advisory Committee on Mental Health

 

Letter, Mar. 21, 1957. By W. Turney Fox as Chairman urging the construction of the Neuro-Psychiatric Institute at U. C. Los Angeles.

 

California Alumni Association

 

Letter, Feb. 20, 1958. By Richard E. Erickson as Executive Manager, Berkeley.

See also Stanley Eugene McCaffrey and Cyril C. Nigg.

 

California Club, Los Angeles

 

Letter, Dec. 6, 1967. By John M. Robinson as Chairman of the Library Committee acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

California Farm Bureau Federation

 

Letter, Oct. 3, 1960. By Louis A. Rozzoni as President re Floriculture Station, U. C. L. A.

 

California Institute of Technology

 

4 letters, 1969. By Harold Brown as President re the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

See also DuBridge, Lee Alvin.

 

California Newspaper Publishers Association, Inc.

 

6 letters, 1951-1963. Includes letters by John B. Long, Clarence H. Hoiles and Ben D. Martin

 

California Press Association

 

19 letters, 1959-1970. Includes biographical data on Charles Albert Storke and his election to the California Newspaper Hall of Fame.

See also Craemer, Justus F.

 

California Railroad Association

 

Letter, Apr. 19, 1956. By Walter J. Little as General Counsel re Robert M. Underhill's remarks about the University of California's investment portfolio.

 

California Roadside Council

 

4 letters, 1962-1967. Includes two letters, 1962-1963, by William Penn Mott, Jr. as President.

 

California State Board of Agriculture

See Watson, John S.

 

California War Memorial Park Association

See Elliott, John B.

 

Callahan, Joseph J.

 

6 letters, 1962-1969 and n.d. Includes letters written as Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Santa Barbara.

 

Cameron, George Toland, 1873-

 

Letter, June 28, 1951. By Mrs. Minna C. Pokens, his secretary, acknowledging a copy of Storke's address "Fifty Years of California Journalism."

 

Cameron, Ronald Brooks

 

Letter, Sept. 10, 1962. Written while California State Assemblyman re Harvey Wertz and a proposed meeting regarding the John Birch Society.

 

Carnegie Corporation of New York

See Gardner, John William

 

Carr, James Kennedy, 1914-

 

38 letters, 1955-1969. Some letters written as U. S. Under Secretary of the Interior re the Channel Islands National Park, while Assistant General Manager of the Sacramento Utility District and while General Manager of Public Utilities of the City and County of San Francisco. Includes four letters by special and executive assistants and copies of letters written to others.

 

Carr, John E.

See California. Department of Finance

 

Carrell, Tom

 

Letter, Dec. 14, 1962. Written while California State Assemblyman re proposed special state credentials for the press.

 

Carrillo, Leo A., 1880-1961

 

18 letters, 1938-1961. Actor.

 

Carson, Cale William, 1891-

 

Letter, Nov. 23, 1943. Written while President of the First National Bank of Albuquerque, New Mexico, re Storke's editorial "To Refugees Who Are Guests in Our City.

 

Carter, Edward William, 1911-

 

17 letters, 1954-1970. Some letters written as a U. C. Regent and while President of Broadway-Hale Stores, Inc. Includes copies of letters written to others.

 

Casassa, Charles Stephen, 1910-

 

Letter, Nov. 6, 1964. Photocopy of letter written while President of Loyola University of Los Angeles addressed to Dan R. Coletti re The Freedom Documents Foundation.

 

Catledge, Turner, 1901-

 

2 letters, 1962-1967. Written while Managing and Executive Editor of the New York Times acknowledging copies of Storke's correspondence with Westbrook Pegler and criticizing the writings of Julius Duscha.

 

Cavagnaro, Robert John, 1905-

 

4 letters, 1951-1964. Include letters written as General Executive of the Associated Press.

 

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

 

Letter, Oct. 20, 1964. By Tom Ellas Shearer as Director of Development.

See also Harry Scott Ashmore, Robert Maynard Hutchins, Frank K. Kelly, Donald John McDonald and John Lawrence Perry, Jr.

 

Chandler, Albert Edward, 1872-

 

Letter, Sept. 13, 1948. Acknowledging receipt of Francis V. Kessling's "Another Commencement 1948.

 

Chandler, Dorothy Buffum

 

21 letters, 1958-1970. Include letters written as President of the Southern California Symphony Association and as a U. C. Regent. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Chandler, Norman, 1899-1973

 

11 letters, 1951-1965. Written while Publisher of the Los Angeles Times and while President and Chairman of the Board of the Times Mirror Company. Include copies of letters written to others and two letters by a secretary and assistant to Chandler.

 

Chandler, Otis, 1927-

 

17 letters, 1961-1969. Include letters written as a Trustee of Stanford University and while Publisher of the Los Angeles Times.

 

Channel Islands National Park

See James Kennedy Carr, Clair Engle, Harlan Francis Hagen, Joseph Franklin Holt, III, U. S. Department of the Interior, U. S. National Park Service and U. S. Secretary of the Interior.

See also subject file in Carton One.

 

Chapman, Oscar Littleton, 1896-

 

4 letters, 1949-1960. One letter written while U. S. Under Secretary of the Interior. Re national political affairs.

 

Chase, Harold Stuart, 1890-1970

 

11 letters, 1944-1969. Re property jointly held in trust with Storke for the University of California and the etchings of Edward Borein. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Chase, Newton K.

 

11 letters, 1961-1964. Include letters written as Headmaster of The Thacher School and as a candidate for California Democratic State Senator.

 

Chase, Pearl

 

15 letters, 1944-1970. Include letters written on behalf of the Plans and Planting Committee of the Community Arts Association of Santa Barbara and as Vice-President of the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation as a natural resources advocate.

 

Cheadle, Vernon Irvin, 1910-

 

67 letters, 1962-1971. Some letters written as Chancellor of U. C. Santa Barbara. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Company

 

Letter, Feb. 19, 1947. Photocopy of letter by Robert Jay Bowman as President addressed to Thomas Hart Kennedy re the anticipated use of autotrain ferries.

 

Chickering, Alan Lawrence, 1907-

 

3 letters, 1958-1963. One letter written as President of the Board of Trustees of The Thacher School. Includes copy of letter, Apr. 16, 1958, addressed to Thomas B. Bishop.

 

Christopher, George, 1907-

 

13 letters, 1961-1968. Written while Mayor of San Francisco and Chairman of the Board of the Commonwealth National Bank of San Francisco re Drew Pearson and the Dorsey-Wolfe libel suit.

 

Clark, Frank W.

See California. Department of Public Works

 

Clark, Hervey Parke, 1899-

 

6 letters, 1966-1969. Architect. Re designing of the Storke buildings at Stanford University and U. C., Santa Barbara.

 

Clark, John Edward, 1905-

See U. S. Navy

 

Clark, Peter Bruce, 1928-

 

Letter, [Sept. 1963]. Written while vice president and assistant publisher of The Evening News Association of Detroit, Michigan, seeking an appointment with Storke upon Clark's visit to Santa Barbara.

 

Clark, Thomas Campbell, 1899-

 

8 letters, 1968-1970. Written while U. S. Supreme Court Justice.

 

Clarke, Thurmond, 1902-1971

 

23 letters, 1955-1970. Written while U. S. District Court Judge. Include copies of letters written to others and one letter by Clarke's secretary.

 

Clarvoe, Frank Auld, 1896-

 

25 letters, 1952-1964. Formerly with the Santa Barbara News-Press. Written while Editor of the San Francisco News and as an instructor at Chico State College.

 

Clausen, A. W.

 

Letter, Nov. 25, 1970. Congratulatory letter written while President of the Bank of America upon Storke's 94th birthday.

 

Clements, Frederic Edward, 1874-

 

Letter, Feb. 12, 1925. Written while geologist of the Carnegie Institution of Washington Ecological Research re his interest in a Santa Barbara home site. Included also one letter, Jan. 11, 1925, by his wife Edith S. Clements.

 

Clendinen, James Augustus, 1910-

See The Tampa Tribune

 

Clinton, John Hart, 1905-

 

3 letters, 1961-1964. Written while editor and publisher of The San Mateo Times re the Associated Press Bureau dinner and a copy of one letter addressed to J. E. Wallace Sterling re the Storke Student Publications Building.

 

Cobb, Irvin Shrewsbury, 1876-1944

 

Letter, May 9, 1938. Author. Acknowledges Storke's hospitality after a visit to the Storke Ranch.

 

Cobb, Richard Nell, 1911-

 

Letter, Sept. 18, 1965. Included also: one letter, Sept. 18, 1965, by his wife Barbara Nell re their Santa Barbara visit.

 

Coblentz, Edmond David, 1882-

 

3 letters, 1951-1958. Letters of appreciation written while Associate Publisher of The San Francisco Call-Bulletin

 

Coblentz, William Kraemer, 1922-

 

Letter, May 6, 1970. Written in part as a U. C. Regent re problems with campus student publications, in response to a complaint by Storke.

 

Coca-Cola Export Corporation

See Farley, James Aluysius

 

Coffman, L. Dale, 1905-

See California. University, Los Angeles. School of Law

 

Cole, Frederick E., d. 1963

 

13 letters, 1951-1963. Re his contributions to the Storke Foundation scholarship fund, Include one letter, Mar. 17, 1965, by his wife Alice M. Cole.

 

Coletti, Dan R.

See Freedom Documents Foundation subject file in Carton One.

 

College of Notre Dame. Belmont, California

 

8 letters, 1967-1970. By Catherine Julie Cunningham as President.

 

College of San Mateo, California

See Bortolazzo, Julio Lawrence

 

Collier, Randolph, 1902-

 

2 letters, 1963. Written while California State Senator re the Local Street and Road Development Act.

 

Colorado. University. Boulder

 

Letter, July 19, 1967. By Ralph E. Ellsworth as Director of Libraries acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Columbia University

 

12 letters, 1961-1970. Include two letters, 1969, by Andres Wellington Cordier as President inviting Storke to a conference and charter day activities.

See also Richard Terrill Baker, Edward Ware Barrett, Louis G. Cowan and John Hohenberg.

 

Common Cause

See Gardner, John William.

See also subject file in Carton One.

 

Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco

 

Letter, Dec. 13, 1967. By Hilary Herbert Crawford Sr. as Chairman of the membership committee soliciting Storke's membership.

 

Conant, James Bryant, 1893-

 

Letter, Apr. 11, 1963. Written while a member of A Study of the Education of American Teachers acknowledging a visit with Storke.

 

Cone, John Carroll, 1893-

 

2 letters, Sept. 22, 1943. Written while Commander of The American Legion, Air Service Post No. 501 re Storke editorials.

 

Conland, Henry J., 1882-

 

Letter, May 4, 1944. Written while publisher of The Hartford Courant to James A. Farley re T. M. Storke, Jr.

 

Conley, William Maxwell, 1866-

 

Letter, Nov. 9, 1928. Congratulatory telegram upon Storke's U. S. Senatorial appointment.

 

Conn, Kenneth Smith, 1900-

 

6 letters, 1950-1966. Formerly with the Santa Barbara News-Press. Written while Executive Editor of the San Jose Mercury-News.

 

Connolly, Donald Hilary, 1886-

See U. S. Army. Corps of Engineers

 

Cooley, Richard P.

 

Letter, Aug. 14, 1970. Written while President of Wells Fargo Bank acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Cooper, Kent C., 1880-

 

3 letters, 1946-1949. Written while manager and executive director of the Associated Press re Edward Kennedy and a prospective managing editor for the News-Press.

 

Copley, James Strohn, 1916-1973

 

3 letters, 1962-1970. Include letters written as a director of the Inter American Press Association and while chairman of The Copley Press, Inc. Also, one letter by E. Robert Anderson expressing Copley's regrets for not attending the Storke building dedication at U. C., Santa Barbara.

 

Cordier, Andrew Wellington, 1901-

See Columbia University

 

Corley, James Henry, 1904-

See California. University. Vice-President

 

Cornell University

 

Letter, Aug. 20, 1956. By Deane Waldo Malot as president, suggesting provosts for U. C., Santa Barbara.

 

Cortelyou, George Bruce, 1862-1940

See U. S. Treasury Department

 

Costello, John D., 1894-

 

3 letters, 1938-1962. Attorney-at-law. One letter re his associate's son, Albert B. Fink--a grandnephew of Hiram W. Johnson.

 

Council on Foreign Relations

See Barber, Joseph

 

Courtright, Hernando

 

6 letters, 1959-1964. Acknowledging Storke's yearly dinner invitations for Rancheros Visitadores.

 

Cowan, Louis G., 1909-

 

2 letters, 1966. One letter written as Director of Special Programs for Columbia University re the Elmer David Memorial Lecture.

 

Cowles, John, 1898-

 

2 letters, 1961. Written while president of The Minneapolis Star and Tribune congratulating Storke on his Lauterbach award.

 

Cox, Exum Morris, 1903-

 

3 letters, 1951-1965 and n.d. Included also two letters, [1960]-1962, by his wife Elsie Margaret (Storke) Cox.

 

Craemer, Justus F., 1886-

 

5 letters, 1949-1962. Two letters written as president of the California Press Association and others written while chairman of the board of the San Rafael Independent Journal.

 

Crandall, Lou Revere, 1893-

 

Letter, Jan. 12, 1959. Written while chairman of the board of George A. Fuller Company, acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Cranston, Alan, 1914-

 

18 letters, 1958-1970. Include letters written while California Controller and U. S. Senator from California. Also included a copy of "Rafferty's Primary Campaign of Smear and Misrepresentation Against Senator Kuchel" prepared by Californians for Cranston and copies of letters written to others.

 

Crawford, Hilary Herbert, 1894-

See Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco

 

Creel, George, 1876-1953

 

8 letters, 1933-1952. Include one telegram written as California State Director of the National Emergency Council and others written while a member of the U. S. Golden Gate Exposition Commission with observations on the California political climate. Include copy of letter, June 27, 1952, addressed to Senator Richard Nixon.

 

Cresmer, William T., 1876-

 

4 letters, 1943-1958. Written while chairman of the board of Cresmer & Woodward, Inc.

 

Crocker-Anglo National Bank

See Paul Edward Hoover and Emmett Gamaliel Solomon.

 

Crown, Henry, 1896-

 

6 letters, 1960-1961. Re the development of the Santa Barbara Bishop Ranch. Include one letter from Crown's secretary.

 

Crown, Robert, 1921-

 

2 letters, 1958-1961.

 

Crown Zellerbach Corporation

See Gerald Engilbert Young, Harold Lionel Zellerbach, Isadore Zellerbach and James David Zellerbach.

 

Cummings, Walter J., 1879-

 

Letter, Jan. 12, 1951. Written while chairman of the board of Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago acknowledging the 50th anniversary edition of the Santa Barbara News-Press.

 

Cunningham, Catherine Julie

See College of Notre Dame. Belmont, California

 

Cunningham, Thomas James, 1905-

See California. University. Regents

 

Curran, Thomas Raphael, 1901-

 

5 letters, 1957-1969. Written while vice president and general European manager of the United Press Associations of America.

 

Curtis, Josiah Montgomery, 1905-

See American Press Institute

 

Curtis, Mark Hubert, 1920-

 

Letter, Sept. 3, 1971. Written while president of Scripps College acknowledging a copy of Storke's autobiography.

 

Dale. Albert Ennis, 1890-

 

2 letters, 1950. Applying for the position of editor of the News-Press.

 

Dallman, Vincent Y., 1873-

 

3 letters, 1951-1958. Written while editor of the Illinois State Register.

 

Davenport, Demorest, 1911-

 

Letter, Jan. 5, 1956. Written while associate professor of zoology at U. C., Santa Barbara, acknowledging a visit with Storke.

 

Davidow, Leonard S., 1900-

 

Letter, Nor. 3, 1961. Congratulatory letter written while president of Family Weekly upon Storke's Nieman award.

 

Davis, Edwin Weyerhaeuser, 1895-

 

Letter, Mar. 10, 1961. Telegram written while associate secretary of the N. E. A. Defense Commission requesting permission to reprint Storke's John Birch Society editorial.

 

de Lima, Oscar Abenum, 1898-

See American Association for the United Nations, Inc.

 

Del Monte Properties Company

See Morse, John B.

 

Democratic Party. California. State Central Committee

 

4 letters, 1961-1964. By Roger Kent as Chairman.

See also Wyatt, Joseph L., Jr.

 

Democratic Party. National Committee

 

3 letters, 1960-1967. Include one letter, Nov. 2, 1960, by Henry Martin Jackson as chairman re Storke's editorial endorsing John F. Kennedy for President. Also, form letters by Matthew H. McCloskey and John M. Bailey.

See also Wayne Phillips and Roger Wellington Tubby.

 

Deutsch, Monroe Emanuel, 1879-

 

2 letters, 1952. Include one congratulatory letter written as President of the Santa Barbara Chapter of the American Association for the United Nations, Inc.

 

Dibblee, T. Wilson

 

Letter, Mar. 1, 1944. Geologist with the U. S. Geological Survey. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's refugee editorial

 

Dickson, Edward Augustus, 1879-1956

 

8 letters, 1953-1955. Include letters written as chairman of the Board of U. C. Regents and while president of Western Federal Savings and Loan Association. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Dies, Martin, 1900-

 

Letter, May 3, 1962. Writing as an ex-U. S. Congressman in defense of his House Un-American Activities Committee hearings conducted in July, 1940.

 

Dilliard, Irving, 1904-

 

5 letters, 1963-1968. Journalist.

 

Dockery, Alexander Monroe, 1845-

See U. S. Post Office Department

 

Doherty, Emmett E. "Pat.

 

6 letters, 1959-1968. Written while judge of the California Superior Court at Los Angeles.

 

Dooley, Edmund James, 1914-

 

4 letters, 1956-1967. Include letters written while editor and publisher of Pacific Business re various News-Press employment positions.

 

Dorn, Warren M.

 

11 letters, 1960-1965. Written while supervisor, fifth district, of the County of Los Angeles. Include one form letter and carbon copy, Mar. 19, 1965, addressed to Governor Edmund G. Brown.

 

Douglas, William Orville, 1898-

 

Letter, Nov. 2, 1961. Congratulatory letter written while U. S. Supreme Court Justice upon Storke's Lauterbach award.

 

Downey, Sheridan, 1884-1961

 

Letter, Dec. 17, 1958. Acknowledges a copy of California Editor.

 

Draper, Paul A., d. 1969

 

28 letters, 1960-1968. Re Rancheros Visitadores and national political commentary. Included also two letters, 1969, by his wife Marjorie Draper.

 

Dreyfus, Louis Goethe, 1889-

 

Letter, Sept. 4, 1945. Written while in the U. S. Foreign Service at Reykjavik. Iceland, acknowledging receipt of a Storke editorial.

 

Dryfoos, Orvil Eugene, 1912-

See American Newspaper Publishers Association, Inc.

 

DuBridge, Lee Alvin, 1901-

 

Letter, Jan. 10, 1956. Written while president of California Institute of Technology to Albert B. Ruddock re the selection of a new provost for U. C., Santa Barbara.

 

Duke of Windsor, The

See Edward VIII, King of Great Britain

 

Dumke, Glenn S., 1917-

 

Letter, Mar. 28, 1963. Written while chancellor of The California State Colleges acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Duncan, Charles Thomas, 1914-

 

2 letters, 1961. Written while president of the Association of Education in Journalism and while dean of the School of Journalism at the University of Oregon congratulating Storke on his Pulitzer and Lauterbach awards.

 

Dunn, Harry Lippincott, 1894-

 

Letter, Apr. 6, 1960. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's LL. D. degree.

 

Durkee, Frank B.

See California. Department of Public Works

 

Dutton, Frederick Gary, 1923-

 

5 letters, 1956-1964. One letter written as Southern California Campaign Chairman of the Stevenson-Kefauver Campaign Committee. Include photocopy of one letter addressed to Governor Edmund G. Brown acknowledging Dutton's appointment as a U. C. Regent and three letters written while U. S. Assistant Secretary of State.

 

Eccles, Marriner Stoddard, 1890-

 

3 letters, 1967. Written while chairman of the board of Utah Construction & Mining Company re his speech "Vietnam--its Effect On The Nation." Include one letter, Sept. 19, 1967, by his secretary.

 

Edmonds, Warner, 1886-

 

3 letters, 1952-1962. Written while president and chairman of the executive committee of First National Trust and Savings Bank of Santa Barbara. Included also a biographical sketch.

 

Edward VIII, King of Great Britain, 1894-1972

 

Letter, May 4, 1959. Written as the Duke of Windsor acknowledging a copy of California Editor and a visit with Storke.

 

Edwards, Paul Carroll, 1882-

 

Letter, Jan. 8, 1959. Editor. Acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Eichelberger, Clark Mell, 1896-

See American Association for the United Nations, Inc.

 

Eisenhower, Dwight David, 1890-1969

 

2 letters, 1954-1960. Photocopies. One letter addressed to H. Cristian Sonne re the National Planning Association and one to Lt. General Harry P. Storke re the Pacific troop review.

 

Eller, Ernest McNeill, 1903-

 

Letter, Jan. 16, 1962. Photocopy of letter written while director of naval history for the U. S. Navy addressed to Rear Admiral Clarence C. Ray re his short story "We Dive At Dawn."

 

Elliott, John B., 1878-

 

31 letters, 1948-1967. One letter, Dec. 13, 1948, written while chairman of the California War Memorial Park Association. Include copies of letters written to others and one letter, Feb. 6, 1967, by his secretary.

 

Ellsworth, Ralph E., 1907-

See Colorado. University

 

Emergency Civil Liberties Committee

 

Letter, Nov. 6, 1961. By Clark H. Foreman as director congratulating Storke on his stand against the John Birch Society.

 

Encyclopaedia Britannica

See Robert Maynard Hutchins and Harry Scott Ashmore.

 

Engle, Clair, 1911-1964

 

14 letters, 1958-1964. Written while U. S. Congressman and Senator from California re Channel Islands National Park and other congressional matters. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

English, Earl Franklin, 1905-

See Missouri. University. School of Journalism

 

Entwistle, Basil

See Mackinac College

 

Epilepsy Foundation of America

 

Letter, June 21, 1968. By Neal Gilliat as President acknowledging Storke's contribution to the foundation.

 

Erburu, Robert F.

See The Times-Mirror Company

 

Ernest, Roger Charles, 1914-

See U. S. Department of the Interior

 

Ettelson, Lee, 1898-

 

3 letters, 1938-1961. Include letters written while executive editor and publisher of the San Francisco Call Bulletin and editor of the San Francisco Examiner.

 

Everett, Walter

See American Press Institute

 

Fairbanks (Douglas) Pictures Corporation

 

18 letters, 1920-1924. Includes correspondence of H. D. Buckley, John Fairbanks, C. E. Erickson and Robert P. Fairbanks re their part ownership in the Las Alturas Land Company along with Storke and William G. McAdoo.

See also Box 39.

 

Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corporation

See Boutelle, Richard Schley

 

Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco

See Swig, Benjamin Harrison

 

Farley, James Aloysius, 1888-

 

37 letters, 1936-1971. Include one letter, Dec. 30, 1956, written while U. S. Postmaster General and others written while chairman of the board of the Coca-Cola Export Corporation. Include copies of letters written to others and two letters by Farley's Secretary.

 

Farr, Frederick S.

 

Letter, Nov. 9, 1965. California State Senator. Letter addressed to Mr. and Mrs. William H. Joyce after a visit with Storke.

 

Fauver, James Ray, 1880-

See Tulare County (Calif.) Water Commission

 

Federal City Council for Community Development in the Nation's Capital

 

5 letters, 1965-1966. Include one letter, Mar. 22, 1963, by Gordon Gray as president informing Storke of his election as a national trustee and one letter, June 9, 1966, by Stephen Ailes as president accepting Storke's resignation.

See also O'Rourke, John Thomas.

 

Fenston, Earl J., 1895-1958

 

6 letters, 1956-1957. Written while a U. C Regent. Include letters written to others

 

Ferger, Roger Henry, 1894-

 

Letter, June 28, 1954. Written while president and publisher of The Cincinnati Enquirer answering Storke's request for a young editorial writer.

 

Ferguson, Harry, 1903-

 

Letter, May 20, 1957. Written while executive editor of United Press Associations, Inc.

 

Field, Marshall [III]

 

Letter, Aug. 21, 1970. Written while Publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Fifield, James William, 1899-

 

Letter, Dec. 10, 1962. Clergyman. Re Storke's editorial on Fifield's interest in the election of Max Rafferty as California State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

 

Finch, Robert Hutchison, 1925-

 

4 letters, 1968-1970. Include letters written while California Lieutenant Governor, U S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare and while counselor to the President.

 

Finder, Leonard V.

See The Sacramento Union

 

Finley, Ernest Latimer, 1875-

 

Letter, [Nov. 1938]. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's U. S. Senatorial appointment

 

Fitzpatrick, John Francis, 1889-

 

2 letters, 1959. Written while publisher of The Salt Lake Tribune acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Flaherty, Eugene Dewey, 1898-

 

5 letters, 1928-1966. Include one letter, Nov. 23, 1928, written as secretary of the Seaboard Development Company enclosing assignment of an oil and gas lease. Other letters written while vice president of American President Lines.

 

Fleishhacker, Herbert, 1872-1968

 

Letter, Oct. 28, 1955. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's appointment as a U. C Regent

 

Fleischmann, Max C., 1877-

 

Letter, Aug. 19, 1943. Re Storke's editorial addressed to refugees in Santa Barbara Included also one letter, Dec. 2, 1958, by his wile Sarah H. Fleischmann acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Fleming, Samuel M., 1908-

 

Letter, May 7, 1967. Photocopy of letter written while president of the Third National Bank of Nashville, Tennessee, addressed to James G. Stahlman re Stahlman's talk at Vanderbilt University.

 

Foley, Edward T.

 

3 letters, 1955-1967. Written while chairman of the board of the Los Angeles Turf Club, Inc. re his gift to Loyola University and horse racing invitations.

 

Forbes, William Eugene, 1906-

 

3 letters, 1962-1969. Written while a U. C. Regent.

 

Ford, Frank Robert, 1898-

 

Letter, May 8, 1962. Congratulatory letter written while chief editorial writer for Scripps-Howard Newspapers upon Storke's Pulitzer award.

 

Ford, John Anson, 1883-

 

2 letters, 1968. Re California Editor. Included also: one letter, Oct. 9, 1967, by his son, John Arnold Ford, writing as executive director of the Educational Opera Associations, Inc.

 

Fordham, Jefferson Barnes, 1905-

See Pennsylvania. University

 

Foreman, Clark H., 1902-

See Emergency Civil Liberties Committee

 

Fortas, Abe, 1910-

 

Letter, Mar, 18, 1949. Re the loyalty proceedings against a Dr. Warren.

 

Fox, W. Turney, 1892-

See California Advisory Committee on Mental Health

 

Francis, Warren Briggs, 1908-

 

2 letters, 1951-1962. One letter written while Washington correspondent for the Los Angeles Times. Congratulatory letters upon Storke's fiftieth anniversary as editor and Pulitzer award.

 

Fraser, Hugh Russell, 1901-

 

Letter, Jan. 26, 1961. Enclosing a copy of his review of California Editor published in the Daily Commercial News.

 

Free, Arthur Monroe, 1879-1953

 

Letter, Jan. 23, 1922. Written while U. S. Congressman from California acknowledging Storke's resignation as Santa Barbara postmaster and regarding the appointment of his successor.

 

Freidel, Frank Burt, 1916-

 

Letter, Apr. 8, 1969. Written while with the Department of History at Harvard University acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Frey, Michael J., 1898-

 

Letter, May 6, 1968. Photocopy of letter written while president of The Oregonian, addressed to Herbert Brucker, submitting Frey's resignation from the Advisory Committee of Stanford Professional Journalism Scholarships

 

Fry, James C., 1897-

 

Letter, Aug. 26, 1943. Written while regimental commander of the U. S. 69th Armored Regiment re Storke's refugee editorials and the appointment of Lord Louis Mountbatten to command the Asiatic Theatre.

 

Fuller, William Parmer, 1913-

 

Letter, Sept. 9, 1969. Written while president of the Board of Trustees of Leland Stanford Junior University re the appointment of Gordon Craig as the first J. E. Wallace Sterling Professor in the Humanities.

 

Fund for Survival, Inc.

 

Letter, Mar 26, 1962. By Ails Stanford Mitchell as president seeking Storke's endorsement

 

Fund for the Republic Inc

See Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

 

Funk, Cary Deane

 

Letter, Mar. 18, 1971. Written while publisher and general manager of the Santa Monica Evening Outlook.

 

Gallagher, J. Wes, 1902-

 

12 letters, 1962-1970. Written while general manager of the Associated Press.

 

Gallivan, John William, 1915-

 

Letter, May 25, 1971. Written while publisher of The Salt Lake Tribune thanking Storke for his recent stay at the Storke Ranch

 

Galvin, John A.

 

5 letters, 1961-1963 and n.d. Re his Rancho San Fernando Rey property and Carrillo family manuscript.

 

Gannett Newspapers

 

3 letters, 1963-1964. By Paul Miller as president.

 

Gardner, John William, 1912-

 

12 letters, 1962-1971. Include letters written as chairman of the White House Conference on Education and as chairman of Common Cause, including form letters; and letters written while president of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and while U. S. Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare.

 

Geiger, Maynard Joseph Andrew, 1901-

 

11 letters, 1948-1966. Re the Howell-Zeitlin Collection offered for sale by Warren Howell, and his book on Mission Santa Barbara. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

General Electric Company

See Francis Kimber McCune and Harry Oliver Paxson.

 

General Telephone and Electronics Corporation

See Power, Donald Clinton

 

General Telephone Company of California

 

9 letters, 1958-1968. Include one letter, June 26, 1961, by Edwin M. Blakeslee as chairman and two letters, 1961, by Leroy Emory Lattin as president; both re the Santa Barbara Telephone Directory. Also, two letters, 1963, by Harlan William Holmwood as executive vice president re a contribution to the Santa Barbara Historical Society.

See also Sullivan, Richard Parker.

 

Getty, J. Ronald, 1929-

See Tidewater Oil Company

 

Giannini, Amadeo Peter, 1870-1949

 

Telegram, July 18, 1934. Photocopy. Written while chairman of the Board of Bank of America addressed to John B. Elliot re the impending gubernatorial nomination of Upton Sinclair.

 

Gilliat, Neal, 1917-

See Epilepsy Foundation of America

 

Girvetz, Harry Kenneth, 1910-

 

6 letters, 1952-1970. Written while professor of philosophy at U. C.,Santa Barbara. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Gladwin, Winifred Jones

 

Letter, Nov. 3, 1961. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's John Birch Society stand.

 

Glaser, Robert Jay, 1918-

See Stanford University. President

 

Glover, Frederic O.

 

25 letters, 1961-1971. Include letters written as executive assistant to the president of Stanford University. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Goldberg, Arthur Joseph, 1908-

See U. S. President's Advisory Committee on Labor Management Policy

 

Golden, Ross, 1889-

 

Letter, Feb. 29, 1960. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's LL. D. degree written while with the Department of Radiology of the School of Medicine, U. C. Medical Center at Los Angeles.

 

Goldwater, Barry Morris, 1909-

 

Letter, Nov 7, 1963. Written while U. S. Senator from Arizona re his first knowledge of Robert Welch and the John Birch Society.

 

Goodrich (B. F.) Company

See Keener, Jefferson Ward

 

Gordis, Robert, 1908-

 

Letter, Nov. 3, 1961. Congratulatory letter written while professor of Bible at The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, upon Storke's Lauterbach award.

 

Gortatowsky, Joseph Dewey, 1885-

 

4 letters, 1952-1962. Written while chairman of the board of the Hearst Newspapers.

 

Gould, Alan Jenks, 1898-

 

9 letters, 1958-1962. Written while executive editor of the Associated Press.

 

Gould, Charles Lessington, 1909-

 

46 letters, 1962-1971. Written while publisher of the San Francisco Examiner. Include copies of letters written to others and three letters by Gould's secretary.

 

Gould, Samuel Brookner, 1910-

 

27 letters, 1958-1970. Include letters written while president of Antioch College, Ohio, as chancellor of U. C., Santa Barbara, while president of the Educational Broadcasting Corporation and as president of the State University of New York.

 

Goux, Julien Francis

 

7 letters, 1952-1968. Attorney-at-law. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Grady, Marion Behethlan, 1913-

See Indiana. Ball State University

 

Grafe, Paul, 1895-

 

2 letters, 1948-1959. Written while president of the Grafe-Callahan Construction Company.

 

Grand Rapids Press

 

Letter, July 3, 1962. By Lee Mackle Woodruff as editor to John A. McDonald endorsing the Booth Newspapers, Inc.

 

Gray, Gordon, 1909-

See Federal City Council for Community Development in the Nation's Capital

 

Gray, Howard Adams, 1876-

See U. S. Federal Emergency Administration of Public Works

 

Greenaway, Emerson, 1906-

See Philadelphia. Library

 

Greenway, Isabella Selmes, 1886-1953

 

3 letters, 1952.

 

Griggs, Earl Leslie, 1899-

 

Letter, June 30, 1962. Written while professor of English at U. C. Los Angeles enclosing a photograph of the first faculty of Stanford University.

 

Grimes, George, 1894-

 

3 letters, 1952-1962. Written while editor and publisher of The Oxnard Press-Courier

 

Gros, Robert Richart, 1914-

 

28 letters, 1953-1971. Written while Vice President-Public Relations of Pacific Gas & Electric Company. Include one letter, Feb. 14, 1969, by his secretary and copies of letters written to others.

 

Groves, Walter Alexander, 1898-

 

Letter, Nov. 22, 1955. Written while president of Centre College of Kentucky addressed to Fred B. Wachs soliciting contributions to the Frederick M. Vinson Memorial.

 

Guggenhime, Richard Elias, 1908-

 

24 letters, 1959-1967. Attorney-at-law. Re Storke's gift to Stanford University and the Dorsey vs. Wolfe, Storke et al libel suit. Include photocopies and copies of letters written to others.

 

Gullion, Edmund Asbury, 1913-

See Tufts University. Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

 

Guthrie, James Alan, 1888-

 

49 letters, 1951-1965. Include letters written while editor and publisher of The Sun Company, as a member of the California Highway Commission and while chairman of the board of the San Bernardino Sun-Telegram

 

Haas, Walter A., 1889-

 

16 letters, 1965-1971. Written while chairman of the board of Levi Strauss & Company. Include photocopies.

 

Hagar, Gerald Hanna, 1892-1965

 

4 letters, 1955-1957. Written while a U. C. Regent. One letter, Sept. 20,1956, by Hager's secretary

 

Hagedorn, Hermann, 1882-

 

Letter, Oct. 19, 1962. Inviting Storke to a Moral Re-Armament sponsored dinner.

 

Hagen, Harlan Francis, 1914-

 

Letter, July 11, 1958. Written while U. S. Congressman from California re Hagen's efforts to change the name of the Channel Islands.

 

Hahn, Kenneth

 

2 letters, 1962. Written as supervisor, second district, of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Hall, Wilton Earle, 1901-

See The Anderson Independent

 

Hamill, Harold Louis, 1908-

See Los Angeles, Library

 

Hamilton, George E., 1895-

 

Letter, June 1, 1965. Addressed to Robert McLean.

 

Hamilton, Pierpont Morgan, 1898-

 

Letter, June 26, 1962. Pledging a contribution to the Santa Barbara Historical Society.

 

Hammond, George Peter, 1896-

 

8 letters, 1960 1965. Writing as director of The Bancroft Library and as secretary of The Friends of The Bancroft Library, acknowledging a copy of California Editor and Storke's contribution towards the purchase of the Honeyman Collection.

 

Hammond, Owsley B.

See California. University Regents

 

Hampton, Robert Edward, 1922-

 

2 letters, 1959. Written as special assistant in the White House acknowledging letters recommending Goodwin Knight for Secretary of Commerce. One letter, June 30, 1959, addressed to Samuel I. Golden.

 

Hancock, G. Alan

 

6 letters, 1958-1964. Some letters written as Chairman of the Advisory Committee on Community Relations for Cooke Air Force Base.

 

Hanna, Paul Robert, 1902-

 

3 letters, 1961-1962. Congratulatory letters written while the Lee L. Jacks Professor of Child Education at Stanford University.

 

Hansen, Victor Russell, 1904-

 

6 letters, 1954-1962. Written while judge of the California Superior Court, as a U. C. Regent and while U. S. Assistant Attorney General.

 

Harcourt, Hastings

 

2 letters, 1968. Re the Internal Revenue Service and commercial cattle holdings of the Storke Ranch.

 

Harding, Warren Gamaliel, 1865-1923.

 

4 letters, [ca. 1922-1923]. Photocopies of fragments of letters addressed to Miss Nettie Harding re the appointment of a postmaster at Santa Barbara.

 

Harriman, William Averell, 1891-

 

Letter, June 8, 1962. Written while U. S. Assistant Secretary of State congratulating Storke on his Pulitzer award.

 

Harris, George Barnes, 1881-

 

Letter, Aug. 3, 1970. Written while U. S. District Judge of the Northern District of California acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Harrison, Benjamin, 1888-

 

3 letters, 1951-1959. Written while U. S. District Judge of the Southern District of California. Includes congratulatory letters and Harrison's remarks on the lack of prosecution in the 1959 collapse of the Equitable Plan Company.

 

Harrison, Walter Munford, 1888-

 

3 letters, 1946. Written while managing editor of The Oklahoma Publishing Company enclosing his detailed study of the operations of the Santa Barbara News-Press.

 

Hart, Dwight Howard, 1921-

See Clift Hotel. San Francisco

 

Hart, James David, 1911-

 

Letter, Jan. 24, 1962. Note written as assistant secretary of the Friends of The Bancroft Library acknowledging Storke's support.

 

Harvard University. President

 

3 letters, 1965-1968. By Nathan M. Pusey re the Neiman Foundation.

 

Hayakawa, Samuel Ichiye, 1906-

 

Letter, Aug. 4, 1970. Written while president of San Francisco State College acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Hayden, Charles Trumbull "Carl", 1877-

 

17 letters, 1957-1970. Written while U. S. Senator from Arizona. Include one letter, Oct. 30, 1957, by Paul R Eaton as administrative assistant and copies of letters written to others.

 

Hayes, Will

 

7 letters, 1951-1960. Include letters written while with the Department of Education at U. C. Santa Barbara and as director of Camp Cachuma. Included also one letter, Aug. 6, 1968, by his wife Barbara G. Hayes.

 

Hays, Howard H.

 

2 letters, 1959-1960. Written while president of The [Riverside] Press-Enterprise Company. One letter addressed to Philip L. Boyd re California Editor.

 

Hays, Howard H. "Tim", Jr.

 

12 letters, 1961-1969. Written while editor and co-publisher of The [Riverside] Press-Enterprise Company.

 

Healy, George William, 1905-

 

3 letters, 1966. Written while vice-president of The Times-Picayune Publishing Corporation re an investigation of The Executive and Professional Hall of Fame.

 

Heaney, John William, 1891-

 

10 letters, 1928-1952. Attorney-at-law. Re Santa Barbara oil leases and water permit applications. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Hearst, Catherine (Campbell)

 

4 letters, 1956-1964. Include congratulatory letters and letters written while a U. C. Regent.

 

Hearst, David Whitmire, 1915-

See Hearst (William Randolph) Foundation

 

Hearst, Randolph Apperson, 1915-

 

10 letters, 1957-1967. Written while president of the Hearst Publishing Company, Inc. and Hearst Consolidated Publications, Inc. and while chairman of the executive committee of The Hearst Corporation. Include letters by Bill Culbertson, Hearst's secretary.

 

Hearst, William Randolph, 1863-1951

 

Letter, n.d. Photocopy of letter of recommendation written for Eugene Bascou.

 

Hearst, William Randolph, 1908-

 

Letter, June 19, 1970. Re Hearst Foundation grants.

 

Hearst ( William Randolph) Foundation

 

Letter, May 21, 1968. By David Whitmire Hearst as president addressed to Rosario Curletti re applications for foundation grants.

See also Hearst, William Randolph, Jr.

 

Hearst Consolidated Publications, Inc.

See Hearst, Randolph Apperson

 

Hearst Corporation

See Hearst, Randolph Apperson

 

Hearst Newspapers

See Gortatowsky, Jacob Dewey

 

Hearst Publishing Company, Inc.

See Hearst, Randolph Apperson

 

Hebberd, Wallace

 

9 letters, 1958-1969. Publisher. Include photocopies.

 

Heckendorf, Percy C.

 

5 letters, 1951-1969. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Hegland, Sheridan N.

 

2 letters, [1959]-1961. Written while California State Assemblyman. Included also one letter, Dec. 6, 1959, by his wife Edwina Hegland enclosing a portion of her unpublished ms. on Santa Barbara.

 

Heiskell, John Netherland, 1872-

 

4 letters, 1963-1967. Written while editor of the Arkansas Gazette.

 

Heller, Edward Hellman, 1900-1961

 

3 letters, 1955-1959. Written as a U. C. Regent.

 

Heller, Elinor Raas, 1904-

 

2 letters, 1962.

 

Hentschell, Charles J., 1899-

See St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 

Hersey, John, 1914-

 

Telegram, Nov. 2, 1961. Congratulatory telegram upon Storke's Lauterbach award.

 

Heyns, Roger William, 1918-

See California. University, Berkeley. Chancellor

 

Higginbotham, Alfred Leslie, 1895-

 

4 letters, 1962. Written while chairman of the Department of Journalism of the University of Nevada at Reno re a proposed memorial for John Long.

 

High, Robert King, 1924-

 

2 letters, 1963. Writing as mayor of Miami, Florida, extending greetings via Caesar LaMonaca.

 

Hilton, Ronald, 1911-

See Stanford University. Hispanic American Studies

 

Hinckley, Robert Henry, 1891-

 

42 letters, 1959-1971. Include letters written while vice president and member, executive committee, of the board of directors of the American Broadcasting Company.

 

Hitch, Charles Johnston, 1910-

 

3 letters, 1969-1970. Written while president of the University of California.

 

Hobby, Oveta Culp, 1905-

 

Letter, Oct. 16, 1963. Written while president of The Houston Post.

 

Hodgdon, Daniel Russell, 1885-

 

Letter, Mar. 31, 1952.

 

Hoffman, Herman Leslie, 1905-

 

5 letters, 1960-1966. Written while president of Hoffman Electronics Corporation.

 

Hogle, James Edward, 1912-

 

Letter, June 1, 1960. Acknowledging Storke's hospitality during a Rancheros Visitadores trek.

 

Hohenberg, John, 1906-

 

3 letters, 1965-1968. Include photocopies. One letter written as secretary to the advisory board on the Pulitzer Prize of Columbia University. Also, one letter by Rose Valenstein as administrative assistant and one letter addressed to Paul Veblen.

 

Holliday, Robert Paul, 1894-

 

Letter, Nov. 10, 1938. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's U. S. Senatorial appointment.

 

Hollis, Orlando John, 1904-

See Oregon. University

 

Hollister, John James, Jr., d. 1961

 

6 letters, 1956-1961. Written while California State Senator. Primarily letters of criticism on the lack of News-Press coverage of Hollister's activities as Senator.

 

Hollywood (Calif.) Citizen-News

See Palmer, Harlan G.

 

Holmes, James Loren, 1903-

 

5 letters, 1955-1958. Written while California State Assemblyman. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Holmwood, Harlan William, 1903-

See General Telephone Company

 

Holohan, James B.

 

Letter, Nov. 10, 1938. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's U. S. Senatorial appointment.

 

Holt, Joseph Franklin, 1924-

 

Letter, July 16, 1958. Written while U. S. Congressman from California re renaming of the Channel Islands.

 

Honolulu (Hawaii) Star Bulletin

See Allen, Riley Harris

 

Hoover, Herbert Clark, 1874-1964

 

6 letters, 1943-1963. Includes copies of printed letters to others and one letter, Oct. 23, 1943, by Hoover's secretary. Two letters written on behalf of the Boys' Clubs of America.

 

Hoover, Herbert Clark, 1903-

 

Letter, May 16, 1962. Acknowledging Storke's invitation to attend a meeting at Stanford University.

 

Hoover, John Edgar, 1895-1972

See U. S. Federal Bureau of Investigation

 

Hoover, Paul Edward, 1898-

 

Letter, Apr. 13, 1959. Written while president of Crocker-Anglo National Bank acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Horn, Charles W., d. 1971

 

36 letters, 1962-1970. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Hosack, Robert Ewing, 1911-

 

Letter, Nov. 20, 1961. Congratulatory letter written while chairman of the Borah Committee of the Outlawry of War Foundation at the University of Idaho upon Storke's Lauterbach award.

 

Hosmer, Craig, 1915-

 

Letter, Nov. 1, 1965. Cover letter written while U. S. Congressman from California enclosing eulogy for Senator Clair Engle.

 

Hotchkis, Preston, 1893-

 

10 letters, 1957-1971. Include letters written while executive vice president of the Fred H. Bixby Ranch Company and vice president of Founders' Insurance Company. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Hotchkiss, Loyal Durand, 1893-

 

Letter, Mar. 28, 1952. Complimentary letter written while editor of the Los Angeles Times.

 

Howard, Jack Rohe, 1910-

 

Letter, May 18, 1959. Written while president of Scripps-Howard Newspapers acknowledging a copy of California Editor

 

Howell, Warren Richardson, 1912-

 

Letter, May 23, 1959. Written as managing Partner of John Howell Books re the Howell-Zeitlin Mexican Collection being offered to The Bancroft Library. Howes, Benjamin Durwood, 1899 Letter, Nov. 21, 1951, Extends birthday greetings.

 

Hoyt, Edwin Palmer, 1897-

 

8 letters, 1956-1965. Written while editor and publisher of The Denver Post. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Hughes Aircraft Company

 

Letter, Nov. 12, 1957. By Carroll Harper Brubaker as vice president and manager of Ground Systems Division endorsing the proposed Fullerton campus of the University of California

 

Hummell, Edward A., 1909-

See U. S. National Park Service

 

Hunt, LeRoy Phillip

 

5 letters, 1951-1953. Include letters written as Chairman of the California Special Crime Study Commission on Organized Crime and while Commissioner of the California Division of Building and Loan. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Hunter, Robert Edward, 1886-

 

Letter, June 6, 1962. Solicits funds on behalf of the Yale Program for Arts and Sciences.

 

Huntress, Frank G., 1870-

 

Letter, Jan, 9, 1951. Congratulatory letter written while president and publisher of the San Antonio Express and Evening News upon Storke's fifty years as a newspaper publisher.

 

Hutchins, Robert Maynard, 1899-

 

43 letters, 1959-1970. Include letters written as President of The Fund for the Republic Inc., as chairman of The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions and as chairman of the board of editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Include copies of letters written to others and one letter, Nov. 19, 1965, by Hutchins's secretary.

 

Hyde, Charles Gilman, 1874-

See Young Men's Christian Association, Berkeley

 

Indiana. Ball State University

 

Letter, Oct. 25, 1967. By Marion Behethlan Grady as librarian acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Indiana. University

 

Letter, Sept. 11, 1961. By Leon Harry Wallace as dean of the School of Law addressed to Paul Veblen re the Storke essay contest.

 

Ingebretsen, James Christopher, 1906-

 

Letter, Sept. 17, 1948. Writing as personal representative of Earl Warren and the Dewey-Warren campaign regarding Max C. Fleischmann.

 

International Press Institute

 

2 letters, 1962. Include letter, Mar. 12, 1962, by Barry gingham as vice president and one letter, Mar. 1, 1962, by Philip Marshall Wagner as treasurer of the American Committee.

 

Intertype Company

 

Letter, Nov. 29, 1961. By Harry G. Willnus as president.

 

Irvin, R. J.

 

Letter, Jan. 12, 1960. Written while president of Seaside Oil Company acknowledging a copy of Storke's speech before the California Press Association.

 

Isaacs, Norman Ellis, 1908-

 

4 letters, 1970. Some letters written as president of the American Society of Newspaper Editors and while vice president and executive editor of The Courier-Journal and The Louisville Times Included also: an annotated photocopy of Isaacs' speech delivered Apr. 2, 1970 at the Association of Catholic Newsmen.

 

Jackson, Charles H., Jr., "Pete"

 

5 letters, 1959-1963.

 

Jackson, Harry Andrew, 1900-

 

2 letters, 1949-1950. Written while president of Seaside Oil Company

 

Jackson, Henry Martin, 1912-

See Democratic Party. National Committee

 

Jackson, Philip Ludwell, 1893-

 

Letter, Jan, 13, 1951. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's fiftieth anniversary as a publisher.

 

Jacobs, Harold Duane, d. 1959

 

7 letters, 1951-1957. Included also: five letters, 1962-1964, by his wife Ethel Jacobs.

 

Jacobsen, Einar William, 1893-

 

14 letters, 1951-1956. Include letters written as Superintendent of Santa Barbara City Schools.

 

Jean, George William, 1874-

 

Letter, Sept. 14, 1943. Re anti-Jewish sentiment in the U. S.

 

Jesse, William Herman, 1908-

See Tennessee. University

 

John Birch Society

See Welch, Robert Henry Winborne

 

Johnson, Earl J., 1900-

 

11 letters, 1956-1964. Written while vice president and editor of United Press International, Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Johnson, Franklyn Arthur, 1921-

 

2 letters, 1963. Written while president of Jacksonville University and president of Los Angeles State College.

 

Johnson, Hiram Warren, 1866-1945

 

2 letters, 1943. Written as U. S. Senator from California re Storke's refugee editorial.

 

Johnson, Louis Arthur, 1891-

See U. S. Secretary of War

 

Johnson, Lyndon Baines, 1908-1973

 

9 letters, 1961-1965. Written while U. S. Vice President and President; one photocopy. Include four letters by Johnson's personal secretary and assistants.

 

Johnson, Robert Elliott, 1907-

See United Air Lines

 

Johnson, Walter, 1915-

 

3 letters, 1967. Written while editor of The Papers of Adlai E. Stevenson. Include one letter, Sept. 22, 1967, by Carol Evans, assistant editor.

 

Johnson, William W., 1909-

 

3 letters, 1963-1967. Written while professor of journalism at U. C., Los Angeles, re Johnson's review of Storke's I Write for Freedom.

 

Johnston, Felton M.

See U. S. Senate

 

Johnston, Wayne Andrew, 1897-

See American Security Council

 

Jones, Charles S.

 

4 letters, 1958-1963.

 

Jones, Edward Magruder, 1928-

 

2 telegrams, 1961-1962. Congratulatory telegrams written while producer of CBS Reports.

 

Jones, Finas P., 1906-

 

4 letters, 1959-1969. Written while with The Superior Oil Company answering, in part, Storke's charges against the oil industry in Santa Barbara.

 

Jones, Ralph Tatton, 1885-

See The Atlanta Constitution

 

Jones, Walter Parker, 1894-

 

14 letters, 1951-1970. Written while executive editor of The Sacramento Bee. One letter, Oct. 17, 1966, by his secretary.

 

Joyce, William Henry, Jr.

 

30 letters, 1956-1968. Some letters written as chairman of Southern Californians for Stevenson and as president of the Montecito Sanitary District of Santa Barbara County. Include copies of letters written to others and one letter, Oct. 3, 1969, by his wife "Friday" Joyce.

 

Kander, Allen, 1888-

 

5 letters, 1958-1963. Re the sale of the Santa Barbara News-Press.

 

Kane, Walter, 1900-

 

9 letters, 1961-1964. Written while publisher of The Bakersfield Californian.

 

Kansas City (Kansas) Star

 

2 letters, 1966. By Paul Virgil Miner as assistant to the president regarding a portrait of William Rockhill Nelson.

 

Kaplan, Jacob Merrill, 1893-

 

2 letters, 1963. Re the sale of the Santa Barbara News-Press.

 

Kasberg, Karl Gary, 1932-

See Santa Barbara. College. Adult Education Center

 

Kasem, George Albert, 1919-

 

Letter, Nov. 8, 1961. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Lauterbach award.

 

Keavy, Hubbard, 1902-

 

16 letters, 1949-1970. Some written as chief of the Los Angeles Bureau of the Associated Press.

 

Keener, Jefferson Ward, 1908-

 

3 letters, 1963. Some written as president of The B. F. Goodrich Company.

 

Keesling, Francis Valentine, 1877-

 

9 letters, 1948-1962. Written while president of West Coast Life Insurance Company.

 

Kefauver, Carey Estes, 1903-

 

2 letters, 1952. Written while U. S. Senator from Tennessee seeking Storke's counsel on Kefauver's presidential campaign.

 

Keith, Willard Woodward, 1899-

 

Letter, Jan. 21, 1960. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's editorial regarding Joseph R. Knowland.

 

Kelly, Earl Lee

 

2 letters, 1938-1955. One letter, Nov. 2, 1938, written as California Director of Public Works; one letter, Nov. 1, 1955, written while vice president of Bank of America.

 

Kelly, Frank K.

 

61 letters, 1959-1970. Many written as vice president of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, The Fund for the Republic, Inc. Include copies of many letters written to others.

 

Kemper, James Scott, 1914-

 

3 letters, 1966-1968. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Kemsley, James Gomer Berry, 1883-

 

Letter, Jan. 13, 1959. Acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Kennedy, Edward

 

8 letters, 1949-1963. Written while assistant publisher of the Monterey Peninsula Herald. Included also one letter, [June 1965], by his wife Frances Kennedy.

 

Kennedy, Edward Moore, 1932-

 

3 letters, 1964-1968. Written while U. S. Senator from Massachusetts.

 

Kennedy, Gerald Hamilton, 1907-

 

Letter, May 8, 1962. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Pulitzer award.

 

Kennedy, John A., 1898-

 

2 letters, 1960-1962. Written while publisher and editor-in-chief of the Sioux Falls Argus-Leader. Former owner of the San Diego Journal.

 

Kennedy, John Fitzgerald, 1917-1963

 

8 letters, 1957-1963. Written while U. S. Senator and President; include one photocopy; photocopy of one letter, Feb. 15, 1963, by Frederick L. Holborn as special assistant; and photocopy of one letter, Mar. 14, 1964, by secretary to Jacqueline Lee (Bouvier) Kennedy acknowledging a memorial book from the people of Santa Barbara.

 

Kennedy, Robert Francis, 1925-1968

 

3 letters, 1960-1967.

 

Kent, Roger, 1906-

See Democratic Party. Calif. State Central Committee

 

Kerr, Clark, 1911-

 

90 letters, 1954-1971. Many written as Chancellor of U.C. Berkeley and as University President. Include form letters and copies of letters written to others. Also fourteen letters, 1956-1970, by his wife Kay Kerr.

 

Kersey, Vierling, 1890-

 

Letter, Nov. 10,-1938. Congratulatory letter written while superintendent of Los Angeles City Schools upon Storke's U. S. senatorial appointment.

 

Kettler, Raymond William, 1912-

 

4 letters, 1956-1959. Written while controller of U. C. Regents.

 

Kidner, Frank LeRoy, 1910-

See California. University, Berkeley. Faculty Club

 

Kiewit, Peter, 1900-

 

Letter, Jan. 9, 1959. Acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Killion, George Leonard, 1901-

 

2 letters, 1941-1960. One letter, Oct. 22, 1941, written as California Director of Finance and one letter, Sept. 24, 1960, while president of American President Lines, Ltd.

 

Kingman, John J.

See U. S. War Department. Chief of Engineers

 

Kirk, Grayson Louis, 1903-

See Columbia University. President

 

Kirwan, Michael Joseph, 1886-1970

 

12 letters, 1957-1963. Written while U. S. Congressman from Ohio.

 

Kleiner, Theodore

 

12 letters, 1952-1968.

 

Klutznick, Philip M., 1907-

See Roosevelt (Eleanor) Memorial Foundation

 

Knight, Goodwin Jess, 1896-1970

 

50 letters, 1952-1969. Include letters written as California Lieutenant Governor, Governor, president of Cosmopolitan Life Insurance Company and as chairman of the advisory board of Imperial Bank of Torrance. Include copies of letters written to others and seven letters, 1957-1970, by his wife Virginia Knight.

 

Knoll, Samson B.

See The Monterey Institute of Foreign Studies

 

Knowland, Joseph Russell, 1873-1966

 

Letter, Aug. 21, 1950. Written while president and publisher of the Oakland Tribune acknowledging Storke's dinner invitation.

 

Knowland, William Fife, 1908-1974

 

12 letters, 1945-1966. Written while U. S. Senator from California and while assistant publisher of the Oakland Tribune. Include four letters, 1958, by his wife Helen Knowland re the California right-to-work initiative.

 

Knudsen, Vern O., 1893-

See California. University, Los Angeles. Chancellor

 

Koshland, Daniel Edward, 1892-

 

Letter, Aug. 31, 1967.

 

Kramer, Charles, 1879-1943

 

Letter, Apr. 11, 1940. Written while U. S. Congressman from California re the old Santa Barbara Post Office building.

 

Kuchel, Thomas Henry, 1910-

 

42 letters, 1954-1969. Written while U. S. Senator from California. Include copies of letters written to others and nine letters by assistants and secretaries to Kuchel.

 

Kuebler, Clark George, 1908-

 

5 letters, 1954-1955. Include letters written while president of Ripon College and as provost of U. C., Santa Barbara.

 

Lagomarsino, Robert J.

 

3 letters, 1966-1971. Written while California state senator.

 

Lally, Francis Joseph, 1918-

See The Pilot

 

LaMonaca, Caesar, 1886-

 

22 letters, 1963-1968. Band Leader.

 

Lamb, Edward James

 

8 letters, 1951-1969. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Lane, Laurence William, 1890-

 

14 letters, 1957-1964. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Lane, Laurence William, Jr.

 

3 letters, 1963. Written while president and publisher of Lane Magazine Company, publishers of Sunset Magazine.

 

Larsen, Roy Edward, 1899-

 

Letter, Sept. 7, 1943. Written while president of Time Incorporated addressed to Don gelding re Storke's refugee editorials.

 

Las Alturas Land Company

See Douglas Fairbanks Picture Corporation, William Gibbs McAdoo and The Riviera.

See also correspondence and papers in Box 39.

 

Lasch, Robert, 1907-

See St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 

Lattin, Leroy Emory, 1896-

See General Telephone Company of California

 

Lawler, Oscar, 1875-

 

Letter, Jan. 21, 1959. Acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Lawrence, David, 1888-

 

Letter, Nov. 9, 1964. Re Lawrence's U. S. presidential poll favoring Lyndon B. Johnson.

 

Leake, Paul R., 1890-

 

90 letters, 1947-1971. Includes letters written while collector of the U. S. Treasury Department Bureau of Customs at San Francisco, chairman of the California State Board of Equalization and while with the Woodland Daily Democrat. Include copies of letters written to others and letters by Leake's Secretary.

 

Lee, Eugene C.

 

Letter, Oct. 10, 1962. Written while assistant director of the Bureau of Public Administration at U. C., Berkeley acknowledging use of Storke's ticket purchased for a dinner honoring Governor Edmund G. Brown.

 

Leeds, Charles Tileston, 1879-

 

2 letters, 1927. Re proposed construction of the Santa Barbara breakwater.

 

Lehman, Herbert Henry, 1878-

 

3 letters, 1963. Re California Editor. Include one letter, Oct. 9, 1963, by his secretary.

 

Leonard, Neil, 1898-

 

10 letters, 1964-1968.

 

Levi Strauss and Company

See Haas, Walter A.

 

Lewis, Hugh Alban, 1893-

 

2 letters, 1963. Written while editor of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner.

 

Lieberman, Jacob J., 1887-

 

Letter, Nov. 28, 1938. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's U.S. senatorial appointment.

 

Libby, Willard Frank, 1908-

 

Letter, May 9, 1962. Congratulatory letter written upon Storke's Pulitzer award.

 

Lick Observatory

 

Letter, Oct. 19, 1956. By Charles Donald Shane as Director.

 

Lillie, Mildred L., 1915-

 

4 letters, 1958-1962. Written while judge of Division One of the California Second Appellate District.

 

Lindsay, Alan A.

 

15 letters, 1951-1955. Include letters written as assistant counsel for the California Special Crime Study Commission on Organized Crime.

 

Littell, Norman Mather, 1899-

 

84 letters, 1943-1967. Re the U. S. Navy's confiscation of Storke Ranch property, the Goleta Sanitary District and Littell's civil action against Stewart L. Udall on behalf of the Navajo Indians.

 

Little, Walter J., 1894-

See California Railroad Association

 

Loeb, Carl M., 1904-

See National Council on Crime and Delinquency

 

Long Beach (Calif. ) Independent Press-Telegram

See William F. Prisk and Herman Henry Ridder.

 

Los Angeles ( Archdiocese)

 

2 letters, 1940. By Joseph T. McGucken as Chancellor, re the old Santa Barbara Post Office property.

 

Los Angeles. College

See Johnson, Franklyn Arthur

 

Los Angeles. Library

 

Letter, Dec. 26, 1962. By Harold Louis Hamill as city librarian re pending California library development legislation.

 

Los Angeles. Mayor

See Yorty, Samuel William

 

Los Angeles Co., Calif. Board of Supervisors

See Frank G. Bonelli, Warren M. Dorn, Kenneth Hahn and Gordon T. Nesvig.

 

Los Angeles Co., Calif. Sheriff

See Eugene Warren Biscailuz and Peter J. Pitchess.

 

Los Angeles Daily News

See Smith, Robert L.

 

Los Angeles Evening Herald

See Barham, Frank Forrest

 

Los Angeles Herald Examiner

See Hugh Alban Lewis, Franklin Storey Payne and Warden Woolard.

 

Los Angeles Mirror

See Pinkley, Virgil M.

 

Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society

 

Letter, Mar. 21, 1957. By Leo Rangell as president protesting the delay in construction of the neuropsychiatric wing in the hospital at U. C., Los Angeles.

 

Los Angeles Times

See Norman Chandler, Otis Chandler, Warren Briggs Francis, Loyal Durand Hotchkiss, Kyle Dulaney Palmer and Nick Broddie Williams.

 

Los Angeles Turf Club

 

Letter, Jan. 10, 1958. By Charles H. Strub as executive vice president enclosing a check for the Music Academy of the West.

See also Edward T. Foley, Robert P. Strub and Percy Glen Winnett.

 

Louisell, David William, 1913-

 

8 letters, 1961-1962. Written while professor of law at Boalt Hall at U. C. Berkeley as a judge in Storke's character assassination essay contest. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Lovelace, William Randolph, 1883-

 

Letter, July 20, 1951. Asking for appointment to visit Storke.

 

Loyola University, Los Angeles

See Casassa, Charles Stephen

 

Lucas, Almazon Ira "Sunny", 1872-

 

14 letters, 1949-1952.

 

Luckman, Charles, 1909-

 

23 letters, 1950-1964.

 

Lurie, Louis Robert, 1888-

 

Letter, July 30, 1970. Acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Lutz, Ralph Haswell, 1886-

 

Letter, Sept. 12, 1958. Inquiring re the disposition of the personal papers of William G. McAdoo on behalf of the Hoover Institution.

 

Lyman, Richard Wall, 1923-

See Stanford University. Provost

 

Lynn, George Winopol, 1897-

 

17 letters, 1934-1957.

 

Lyon, Elijah Wilson, 1904-

See Pomona College. President

 

Lyons, Louis Martin, 1897-

 

8 letters, 1961-1967. Written while curator of the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University.

 

McAdoo, Francis Huger

 

8 letters, 1952-1964. Re the settlement of his father's estate and his personal papers. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

McAdoo, William Gibbs, 1863-1941

 

57 letters, 1919-1938. Include letters, 1921-1926, re McAdoo's interest in the Las Alturas Land Company and while U. S. Senator from California; copies of letters written to others and letters signed by his secretary. Also a photocopy of his will.

 

McBride, James J.

 

2 letters, 1956-1959. Written while California State Senator regarding a proposed rehabilitation unit at the U. C. L. A. Medical School.

 

McCabe, Frank Wells, 1903-

 

Letter, May 23, 1962. Written while president of The National Commercial Bank and Trust Company of New York acknowledging Storke's hospitality.

 

McCabe, Gibson, 1911-

 

Letter, Oct. 22, 1963. Written while president of Newsweek re the thirty year anniversary of Raymond Moley with Newsweek.

 

McCaffrey, Stanley Eugene, 1917-

 

20 letters, 1955-1962. Include letters written while executive manager of the California Alumni Association at Berkeley; vice president-executive assistant, University of California; executive assistant to the U. S. President and president of the San Francisco Bay Area Council.

 

McCarthy, Dennis, 1912-

 

3 letters, 1960-1969. Re Rancheros Visitadores.

 

McCarthy, John F., 1924-

 

9 letters, 1961-1970. Written while California state senator.

 

McCarthy, Robert I.

 

Letter, June 10, 1958. Written while California State Senator acknowledging Storke's support in McCarthy's unsuccessful candidacy for California Attorney General.

 

McClatchy, Charles Kenny, Jr.

 

Letter, Dec. 11, 1968. Written while executive editor of The Sacramento Bee re California Editor.

 

McClatchy, James

 

4 letters, 1959-1994. Written while business manager for The Modesto Bee

 

McClure, Samuel Grant, 1863-

 

Letter, Nov. 10, 1938. Congratulatory letter written while president of the Santa Monica Evening Outlook upon Storke's U. S. Senatorial appointment.

 

McCorkle, Chester Oliver, 1925-

See California. University. Vice-President

 

McCormack, John William, 1891-

 

Letter, Sept. 21, 1964. Addressed to Phil Regan.

 

McCoy, George Thomas, 1889-

See California. Dept. of Public Works. State Highway Engineer

 

McCune, Francis Kimber, 1906-

 

Letter, Feb. 3, 1960. Written while vice president of engineering services for General Electric Company re California Editor.

 

McDavid, Robert E.

See California. Board of Equalization

 

McDonald, Donald John, 1920-

 

2 letters, 1965. Written while dean of the College of Journalism at Marquette University, Wisconsin, and while acting director of development for the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.

 

McDonald, John A., 1895-

See Booth Newspapers, Inc.

 

McDonald, Kenneth, 1905-

 

Letter, May 15, 1963. Written while executive vice president and editor of The Register and Tribune of Des Moines, Iowa.

 

MacDonald, S. W.

 

Letter, Oct. 28, 1958. Congratulatory letter written while chairman of the Industrial Accident Commission of the California Department of Industrial Relations upon Storke's appointment as a U. C. Regent.

 

McGee, Richard A.

See California. Dept. of Corrections

 

McGill, Ralph Emerson, 1898-

 

3 letters, 1961-1963. Written while publisher of The Atlanta Constitution. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

MacGillivray, W. Donald

 

6 letters, 1964-1970. Include letters written as mayor of Santa Barbara and while California state assemblyman.

 

McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc.

See Booher, Edward E.

 

McGraw-Hill Publishing Company

See Boger, Robert Forrester

 

MacGregor, Helen R.

 

2 letters, 1962. One letter, May 9, 1962, written as chairman of the Governor's Advisory Committee on Children and Youth for the State of California re youth unemployment.

 

McGucken, Joseph Thomas, 1902-

See Los Angeles ( Archdiocese)

 

McGuire, Matthew Francis, 1899-

 

2 letters, 1955. Written while U.S. district judge.

 

McIntyre, Francis Aloysius, 1886-

 

Letter, [1953].

 

McKelway, Benjamin Mosby, 1895-

 

Letter, Jan. 25, 1966. Written while editorial chairman of The Washington Evening Star acknowledging Storke's hospitality.

 

Mackey, Joseph T.

 

Letter, Nov. 10, 1938. Congratulatory letter written while president of Mergenthaler Linotype Company upon Storke's U. S. senatorial appointment.

 

Mackinac College

 

3 letters, 1966. By Basil Entwistle as chairman of the board of trustees.

 

McLaughlin. Donald Hamilton, 1891-

 

27 letters, 1955-1965. Include letters written as chairman of the U. C. Board of Regents.

 

McLaughlin, Emma (Moffat), 1880-1968

 

Letter, July 9, 1962. Addressed to Brayton Wilbur re California Editor.

 

McLean, Robert, 1891-

 

7 letters, 1963-1967. Include letters written while publisher of The Philadelphia Bulletin and copies of letters written to others.

 

McMillan, Edwin Mattison, 1907-

 

Letter, Oct. 27, 1959. Written while with the U. C. Radiation Laboratory at Berkeley re the Nobel peace prizes awarded LRL Professors Segré and Chamberlain.

 

MacMillan, Richard F., 1912-

 

7 letters, 1954. Written while with The Honolulu Advertiser re the position of managing editor of the News-Press.

 

McMurray, James David, 1911-

 

Letter, Feb. 24, 1964. Written while president of the Racine Journal-Times following a visit with Storke.

 

McMurry, Robert Noleman, 1901-

 

Letter, Aug. 16, 1963. Offering management consultant services.

 

McPhee, Julian A., 1896-

 

Letter, Sept. 25, 1962. Written while president of California State Polytechnic College at San Luis Obispo re his cherished association with Charles A. Storke.

 

Magg, William Frederick, 1883-

See The Youngstown Vindicator.

 

Mahoney, Michael Fidelis

 

30 letters, 1954-1959. News-Press correspondent.

 

Maier, Victor Irwin, 1899-

 

2 letters, 1954. Written while publisher of The Milwaukee Journal.

 

Mailliard, William Somers, 1917-

 

Letter, Aug. 19, 1970. Written while U. S. Congressman from California acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Maizlish, I. Paul

 

Letter, Nov. 12, 1938. Congratulatory telegram upon Storke's U.S. senatorial appointment.

 

Malone, George Wilson, 1890-1961

 

Letter, Dec. 28, 1954. Signed form letter written while U. S. Senator from Nevada re Congressional Minerals, Materials and Fuels Economic Subcommittee.

 

Malott, Deane Waldo, 1898-

See Cornell University

 

Manning, Lucius Bass, 1894-

 

Letter, Aug. 19, 1943. Congratulatory letter on Storke's refugee editorial.

 

Marquette, Arthur Frederick, 1899-

 

Letter, Mar. 21, 1951.

 

Martin, George Ralph

 

2 letters, 1965. Author.

 

Mason, Frank Earl, 1893-

 

2 letters, 1955.

 

Matthews, William Rankin, 1893-

 

11 letters, 1955-1968. Written while editor and publisher of The Arizona Daily Star. Include copies of letters addressed to others; some regarding his experiences with Westbrook Pegler.

 

Mattoon, Henry Amasa, 1914-

 

2 letters, 1963. Written while vice president and general manager of McCann-Erickson, Inc.

 

Mayer, Frederick

 

Letter, Mar. 6, 1962. Written while with the University of Redlands.

 

Mearns, David Chambers, 1899-

See U. S. Library of Congress

 

Mellquist, Proctor, 1915-

 

Letter, July 27, 1961. Written while editor of Sunset Magazine re California Editor.

 

Merriam, Lawrence Campbell, 1898-

See U. S. National Park Service

 

Merrill, John Lisgar, 1903-

 

Letter, May 19, 1960.

 

Merriman, Lee Mills, 1899-

 

4 letters, 1946-1961. Written while managing editor and assistant to the publisher of the Pasadena Star-News and while editor of the Independent Star-News.

 

Meyers, Carl W., 1891-

 

2 letters, 1952-1953.

 

Meyerson, Martin, 1922-

See California. University, Berkeley. Chancellor

 

Miller, George, Jr.

 

Letter, May 26, 1964. Written while California State Senator re Francis Sedwick statue for Earl Warren Park.

 

Miller, Paul, 1906-

See The Gannett Newspapers

 

Miller, Robert Watt, 1899-

See Pacific Lighting Corporation

 

Mills College, Calif. President

 

2 letters, 1964. By President Charles Easton Rothwell, offering Storke a visiting professorship.

 

Minahan, Victor Ivan, 1921-

 

Letter, Sept. 26, 1961. Written while president and editor of the Appleton Post-Crescent.

 

Miner, Paul Virgil, 1911-

See The Kansas City Star

 

Minotto, James, 1891-

 

3 letters, 1951-1967.

 

Missouri. University. School of Journalism

 

9 letters, 1966-1967. By Dean Earl Franklin English re the honor medal for distinguished service awarded Storke by the University of Missouri.

 

Mitchell, John James, 1897-

 

7 letters, 1954-1962. Re Rancheros Visitadores.

 

Mitchell, Ulyss Stanford, 1902-

See Fund for Survival, Inc.

 

Mixer, Joseph R.

See California. University. Centennial Fund

 

Moeller, Walter Henry, 1910-

 

Letter, Feb. 7, 1964. Written while U. S. Congressman from Ohio re I Write for Freedom.

 

Moley, Raymond, 1886-

 

31 letters, 1938-1970. Include photocopies, copies of letters written to others and letters signed by Moley's secretary.

 

Monagan, Robert T., 1920-

 

Letter, June 18, 1963. Written while California State Assemblyman requesting the News-Press position on state personal income withholding taxes.

 

Monroe, Lynne C., 1906-

 

Letter, Dec. 3, 1957. Written while professor of industrial arts at U. C. Santa Barbara acknowledging Storke's hospitality.

 

Montagu, Ashley Francis, 1905-

 

Letter, Dec. 10, 1961.

 

Monterey (Calif.) Peninsula Herald

See Franklin Kilnore Arthur, Jr. and Edward Kennedy.

 

Monterey Institute of Foreign Studies

 

Letter, Dec. 13, 1968. By Samson B. Knoll, chancellor.

 

Montgomery, Harry Thomas, 1909-

See Associated Press

 

Montgomery, John Flournoy, 1878-

 

Letter, July 27, 1933.

 

Montgomery, Norris

 

22 letters, 1943-1963. Some written as city attorney and mayor of Santa Barbara and as president of the Santa Barbara National Horse and Flower Show. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Morgan, Emerson Burleigh, 1900-

 

Letter, Feb. 13, 1970.

 

Morgan, Frank A.

 

3 letters, 1959-1968. Geologist.

 

Morgan, Neil

 

2 letters, 1969. Written while with the San Diego Evening Tribune. One letter, Oct. 22, 1969, by his secretary.

 

Moritz, Charles Frederic, 1917-

 

Letter, June 14, 1963. Writing as editor of Current Biography asking for biographical information on Storke.

 

Morrow, Robert Dalton, 1903-

 

2 letters, 1961. Written while superintendent of Tucson Public Schools Include photocopy of letter addressed to George W. Kingston.

 

Morse, John B.

 

Letter, May 24, 1951. Written while president of Del Monte Properties Company, Pebble Beach, California.

 

Morton, Charles W., 1899-1967

 

9 letters, 1961-1966. Written while associate editor of the Atlantic Monthly. Included also: one letter, Apr. 20, 1966, by his wife Mildred Morton.

 

Morton, Harold C.

 

2 letters, 1956. Re charges by Drew Pearson against Charles Lyon. Include copy of one letter written to Pearson.

 

Morton, Sterling, 1885-

 

Letter, June 6, 1958.

 

Mosher, Samuel Barlow, 1892-1970

 

14 letters, 1952-1967. Include letters written while owner of Dos Pueblos Flower Company, president and chairman of the board of Signal Oil & Gas Company and while a U. C, Regent, Include copies of letters written to others and letters by secretaries for Mosher and his wife Margaret (Clinch) Mosher.

 

Mosk, Stanley, 1912-

 

10 letters, 1958-1964. Written while judge and California Attorney General. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Moss, John Emerson, 1913-

 

Letter, Feb. 26, 1957. U. S. Congressman from California writing as Chairman of the House Government Information Subcommittee re Lee Hargus.

 

Motley, Arthur Harrison, 1900-

 

10 letters, 1958-1964. Written while president of Parade Publications, Inc. and president of the Chamber of Commerce of the U. S.

 

Molt, Frank Luther, 1886-

 

Letter, June 28, 1951. Written while dean of the Institute for Journalistic Studies at Stanford University acknowledging a copy of Storke's address "Fifty Years of California Journalism."

 

Mott, William Penn, Jr.

See California Roadside Council

 

Mrak, Emil M., 1901-

 

2 letters, 1960-1962. Written while Chancellor at U.C. Davis.

 

Murphy, Dwight, 1884-

 

29 letters, 1942-1968. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Murphy, Francis S., 1882-

 

2 letters, 1952-1953. Written while editor and publisher of The Hartford Times.

 

Murphy, Franklin David, 1916-

 

3 letters, 1962-1964. Written while Chancellor of U. C, Los Angeles.

 

Murray, Stuart Shadrick, 1898-

 

Letter, Feb. 10, 1957. Re his qualifications for the position of Provost of U. C. Santa Barbara.

 

Naffzinger, Howard Christian, 1884-1961

 

5 letters, 1955-1957. While with the U. C. Medical Center at San Francisco.

 

Nash, Louis Rogers, 1907-

 

Letter, July 9, 1965. Written while superintendent-medical director of the California State Hospital at Camarillo.

 

National Committee on U. S. - China Relations, Inc.

 

4 letters, 1967-1969. By Robert Anthony Scalapino as chairman and Cecil A. Thomas as executive director.

 

National Council of Churches

See Baker, Melvin Houston

 

National Counsel on Crime and Delinquency

 

Letter, Dec. 11, 1967. By Carl M. Loeb, Jr., president, acknowledging Storke's contribution.

 

National Emergency Council. California

See Renshaw, Donald

 

National Planning Association

 

Letter, Oct. 1, 1956. By William Loren Batt as chairman of the membership committee.

 

National Theatres Amusement Co., Inc.

See Ehoden, Elmer Carl

 

Neblett, William Haynie, 1889-

 

21 letters, 1927-1968. Include letters re Security Van and Storage Company and copies of letters written to others, Also three letters, 1966-1968, by his wife Lorraine Neblett.

 

Nelson, Lyle Morgan, 1918-

 

120 letters, 1963-1971. Many written as director of university relations for Stanford University. Include copies of letters written to others and letters signed by Nelson's secretary. Also three letters, 1965-1968 and n.d., by his wife Corrine Nelson.

 

Nesvig, Gordon T.

 

Letter, Sept. 17, 1962. Written while clerk of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

New Mexico. University. President

See Popejoy, Thomas Lafayette

 

New York Civil Liberties Union

 

Letter, Sept. 11, 1964. By George E. Rundquist, executive director.

 

New York Herald Tribune

See Thomas Lambard Robinson and Dwight Emerson Sargent.

 

New York Times

See Catledge, Turner

 

New York Times Book Review

 

2 letters, 1963. By Francis Brown as editor re Storke's review of The Politician by Robert Welch.

 

Newman, Frank Cecil, 1917-

 

Letter, Nov. 8, 1961. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Lauterbach award written while dean of Boalt School of Law at U. C. Berkeley.

 

Newman, John V., 1910-

 

5 letters, 1966-1968. Written while president of Rancheros Visitadores.

 

Newsweek

See Gibson McCabe and Joseph Becker Phillips.

 

Nevins, Richard

 

6 letters, 1958-1970. Written while a member of the California Board of Equalization.

 

Neylan, John Francis, 1885-1960

 

37 letters, 1944-1959. Include copies of letters written to others and one letter by Neylan's secretary. Include letters written while a U. C. Regent.

 

Nigg, Cyril C.

 

2 letters, 1956-1957. Written while president of the California Alumni Association at Los Angeles.

 

Nimitz, Chester William, 1885-1966

 

2 letters, 1957-1965.

 

Nixon, Richard Milhous, 1913-

 

10 letters, 1950-1970. Written while U. S. Senator from California, Vice President and President. Include one photocopy and two form letters. Also one letter, Oct 8, 1969, by Noble M. Melencamp, staff assistant to the President.

 

Noble, Elmer Ray, 1909-

 

5 letters, 1956-1959. Written while Acting Provost and Vice Chancellor of U. C. Santa Barbara.

 

North Dakota. University

 

Letter, Nov. 1, 1961. By Olaf H. Thormodsgard as dean of the School of Law addressed to Paul Veblen re the Storke essay contest.

 

Noyes, Newbold, 1918-

 

Letter, May 25, 1970. Written while editor of The Washington Star.

 

Oakland ( Calif. ) Tribune

See Knowland, William Fife

 

O'Brien, George J., 1896-

 

3 letters, 1955-1958.

 

O'Brien, Richard Frank, 1921-

See Stanford University. Pace Program

 

Oceanside (Calif.) Daily Blade-Tribune

See Braden, Thomas Wardell

 

O'Connor, George R., 1894-

 

Letter, Nov. 10, 1938. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's U. S. senatorial appointment..

 

O'Connor, William V.

 

2 letters, 1954. Written while California Chief Deputy Attorney General and chairman of the Adlai Stevenson Dinner Committee.

 

Odell, Robert Stewart, 1898-

 

33 letters, 1938-1970. Include copies of letters written to others and letters signed by Odell's secretary.

 

Older, Cora Miranda (Baggerly), 1873-

 

11 letters, 1949-1964.

 

Olney, Warren, 1904-

 

28 letters, 1951-1962. Some letters written as counsel for the California Special Crime Study Commission on Organized Crime. Includes letter by Olney's secretary and copies of letters written to others.

 

Olney, Warren, 1937-

 

Letter, Feb. 13, 1962. Seeking employment with the Santa Barbara News-Press.

 

Oregon. University

 

Letter, Nov. 6, 1961. By Orlando John Hollis, dean of the School of Law, acknowledging Storke character assassination essay materials.

 

Oregon Statesman

See Sprague, Charles Arthur

 

Oregonian

See Frey, Michael J.

 

O'Rourke, John Thomas, 1900-

 

Letter, Apr. 4, 1963. Written while editor of The Washington Daily News requesting a News-Press editorial in support of the Federal City Council.

 

Ott, Charles Adam, 1920-

 

5 letters, 1963-1969 and n.d. Include letters written while chairman of the building committee of the Santa Barbara Young Men's Christian Association; a form letter as chairman of The Affiliates of U. C. Santa Barbara and president of the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital.

 

Ousdal, Asbjorn Pedersen, 1879-

 

Letter, Aug. 16, 1943. Re Storke's refugee editorial.

 

Outland, George E., 1906-

 

Letter, Nov. 22, 1964. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Student Publications Building at Stanford University.

 

Oxnard (Calif.) Press-Courier

See Grimes, George

 

Pacht, Isaac, 1890-

 

Letter, Oct. 4, 1954. Written while Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Richard Graves for Governor Committee.

 

Pacific Gas and Electric Company. San Francisco

See James Byers Black and Robert Richart Gros.

 

Pacific Lighting Corporation

 

Letter, July 20, 1964. Photocopy of letter by Robert Watt Miller, chairman of the board re KTMS Radio.

 

Packard Bell Electronics Corporation

See Bell, Robert Samuel

 

Page, Ernest Winslow, 1909-

 

Letter, Feb. 26, 1960. Written while chairman of the committee on public ceremonies at U. C. Medical Center, San Francisco.

 

Page, Henry Markham, d. 1965

 

2 letters, 1964-1965. Son of Benjamin E. Page.

 

Palmer, Charles Forrest, 1892-

 

4 letters, 1961-1962.

 

Palmer, Harlan G.

 

3 letters, 1955-1961. Written while publisher of the Hollywood Citizen-News re the estate of Orlando C. Horn.

 

Palmer, Kyle Dulaney, 1891-

 

3 letters, 1943-1952. Written while editor of the Los Angeles Times.

 

Pantaleoni, Helenka, 1900-

See United Nations. Children's Fund, U. S.

 

Park, John A., 1910-

 

7 letters, 1956-1963.

 

Parma, John Angelo, 1886-

 

12 letters, 1940-1966. Include form letters written while president of the Santa Barbara Foundation and copies of letters written to others.

 

Parten, Jubal Richard, 1896-

 

Letter, Nov. 19, 1966.

 

Parton, James, 1912-

 

Letter, Sept. 29, 1949. Seeks position as managing editor of the Santa Barbara News-Press.

 

Pasadena, California. College

See Robbins, Catherine J

 

Pasadena (Calif.) Independent Star-News

See Merriman, Lee Mills

 

Patterson, Grove Hiram, 1881-

 

5 letters, 1951-1955. Written while editor-in-chief of the Toledo Blade.

 

Patterson, William Allan, 1899-

See United Air Lines

 

Patterson, William Dudley, 1910-

 

Letter, Sept. 29, 1963. Re his interest in purchasing the Santa Barbara News-Press

 

Pauley, Edwin Wendell, 1903-

 

65 letters, 1953-1970. Include many letters written while chairman of the board of U. C. Regents and copies of letters written to others together with their replies. Also several letters by Pauley's secretary.

 

Paxson, Harry Oliver, 1905-

 

3 letters, 1958-1967. Include photocopy of letter written while manager of environmental studies for General Electric Company and two letters while acting president of the Hispanic Society of Santa Barbara.

 

Payne, Franklin Storey, 1896-

 

9 letters, 1958-1962. Written while publisher of the Los Angeles Herald Examiner. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Peale, Norman Vincent, 1898-

 

2 letters, 1960-1969. Form letters written while minister of the Marble Collegiate Church of New York City.

 

Pearson, Drew, 1897-

 

23 letters, 1943-1966. Included also fifteen copies of "Personal from Pearson: A Weekly Interpretive Washington News Letter". 1954-1955, edited by Pearson.

 

Pearson, Lester Bowles, 1897-

 

Letter, Apr. 19, 1967.

 

Pegler, James Westbrook, 1894-1969

 

4 letters, 1955-1962. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Pennsylvania. University

 

2 letters, 1961. By Jefferson Barnes Fordham, dean of the Law School. Critical letter of Storke's essay contest and the John Birch Society. Include copy of letter, Oct. 3, 1961, addressed to Dwight D. Eisenhower.

 

Peoples, Christian Joy, 1876-

See U. S. Treasury Department

 

Pepperday, Thomas M., 1886-

 

2 letters, 1946-1952. Written while president of the Albuquerque Journal.

 

Pepperdine College, Los Angeles

 

2 letters, June 5, 1969 and n.d. By Matt Norvel Young, Jr., president.

 

Pereira, William L., 1909-

 

4 letters, 1958-1962. Include a master plan for the Storke Ranch and copies of letters written to others.

 

Perkins, Samuel Albert, 1865-1955

 

6 letters, 1944-1951. Written while chairman of the board of the Alaska Transportation Company.

 

Perry, John Lawrence, 1928-

 

Letter, Feb. 13, 1967. Written while director of development for the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.

 

Petersen, Theodore Scarborough, 1896-

 

13 letters, 1954-1964. Include letters written while president of Standard Oil Company of California and national co-chairman of the Stanford University Pace Program.

 

Peterson, Rudolph A., 1904-

 

3 letters, 1964-1970. Written while president and chairman of the executive committee of Bank of America

 

Pettitt, George Albert

See California. University. Assistant to the President

 

Philadelphia. Librar

 

Letter, Aug. 29, 1967. By Emerson Greenaway, director, acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Phillips, Joseph Becker, 1900-

 

Letter, Mar. 11, 1950. Written while with Newsweek.

 

Phillips, Wayne, 1925-

 

Letter, June 16, 1964. Written while director of news and information for the Democratic National Committee.

 

Phoenix (Ariz.) Republic and Gazette

See Pulliam, Eugene Collins

 

Piacenza, Louis

See California. University, Los Angeles. School of Law

 

Pickard, Samuel Nelson, 1897

See Ripon College

 

Pike, Thomas Potter, 1909

See Stanford University. Trustees

 

Pillsbury, Evans Searle, II

 

9 letters, 1956-1971. Include letters written while president of the board of trustees of The Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara. Also one letter, n.d., by his wife Kitty Pillsbury.

 

Pilot

 

Letter, Mar. 6, 1961. Photocopy of letter by Francis Joseph Lally, editor, addressed to Mrs. Elizabeth B. Strochan re the John Birch Society.

 

Pinkerton, Roy David, 1885-

 

4 letters, 1957-1964. Written while editor of the Ventura Star-Free Press.

 

Pinkley, Virgil M., 1907-

 

5 letters, 1952-1969. Include letters written while editor and publisher of The Los Angeles Mirror.

 

Pipkin, James Harold, 1907-

 

Letter, Oct. 27, 1953. Written while vice president of The Texas Company.

 

Pitchess, Peter J.

 

3 letters, 1962. Written while sheriff of Los Angeles County.

 

Pitzer, Kenneth S., 1914-

See Stanford University. President

 

Politella, Dario

 

36 letters, 1967-1971. Include letters written while president of the National Council of College Publications Advisers and copies of letters written to others.

 

Pomona College. President

 

11 letters, 1954-1963. By Elijah Wilson Lyon as president.

 

Popejoy, Thomas Lafayette, 1902-

 

Letter, Dec. 19, 1961. Written while president of The University of New Mexico requesting copies of Storke's anti-Birch Society editorials.

 

Porter, Langley

 

6 letters, 1951-1957.

 

Powell, Philip Wayne, 1913-

 

Letter, Nov. 2, 1959. Written while professor of history at U. C. Santa Barbara acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Power, Donald Clinton, 1899-

 

Letter, May 27, 1963. Written while chairman of the board of General Telephone and Electronics Corporation.

 

Powers, Harold J.

 

4 letters, 1954-1960. Written while California Lieutenant Governor and deputy administrator of the U. S. General Services Administration.

 

Preisker, C. Leo

 

4 letters, [1943]-1959.

 

Prescott, Robert Wilson, 1913-

 

Letter, June 24, 1952. Acknowledging receipt of a photograph.

 

Price, Francis, 1890-

 

20 letters, 1951-1961. Include letters written while chairman of the California Fine Arts Committee of the Hispanic Society of Santa Barbara and copies of letters written to others. Also: one letter. May 7, 1962, by his wife Josephine C. Price.

 

Price, Francis, Jr.

 

51 letters, 1951-1962. Include copies of letters written to others while acting as attorney for T. M. Storke.

 

Prisk, William F., 1870-

 

6 letters, 1944-1962. Written while editor-publisher of the [Long Beach] Press-Telegram.

 

Prosser, William Lloyd, 1898-

See California. University, Berkeley. School of Law

 

Pulliam, Eugene Collins, 1889-

 

7 letters, 1962-1970. Written while publisher of the Phoenix Republic and Gazette. Include photocopies.

 

Pusey, Nathan M., 1907-

See Harvard University. President

 

Quinton, Harold, 1899-

See Southern California Edison Company

 

Rafferty, Max, 1917-

 

Letter, Apr. 15, 1964. Written while California Superintendent of Public Instruction and Director of Education, addressed to the Santa Barbara Chamber of Commerce, re a civic dinner honoring Storke.

 

Rancheros Visitadores

See Hernando Courtright, Paul A. Draper, Dennis McCarthy, John James Mitchell, John V. Newman and Roland Rich Wooley.

See also subject file in Carton Three

 

Rangell, Leo, 1913-

See Los Angeles Psychoanalytic Society

 

Ray, Clarence C.

 

19 letters, 1957-1966. Include letters written as president of the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association and copies of letters written to others. Also two letters, 1963, by his wife Ruth (Hurst) Ray.

 

Ready, Frank A., 1884-

 

4 letters, 1953-1957. Written while vice president of the Hotel Waldorf-Astoria Corporation. Include one letter by his secretary.

 

Reagan, Bruce V.

 

Letter, May 23, 1962. Written while California State Assemblyman acknowledging a visit with Storke

 

Reagan, Ronald, 1911-

 

4 letters, 1968-1970. Written while California Governor; include one photocopy and one letter, Sept. 18, 1968, by William P. Clark, Jr., executive secretary.

 

Redwood City (Calif. ) Tribune

See Spangler, Raymond Luper

 

Reedy, George Edward, 1917-

 

Letter, Sept. 3, 1964. Written while press secretary to President Lyndon Baines Johnson.

 

Rees, Thomas M., 1925-

 

Letter, July 2, 1956. Written while California State Assemblyman after meeting Storke at a U. C. Regents meeting.

 

Regan, Edwin J., 1906-

 

Letter, Apr. 4, 1960. Written while California State Senator inviting Storke to serve on the board of directors of a committee to oppose Senate reapportionment.

 

Regan, Philip M.

 

13 letters, 1962-1966. Include copies of letters written to others. Also: eight letters, 1960-1965 and 2 n.d., by his wife Jo Blaze (Dwyer) Regan and two letters, 1965-1967, by Philip Regan, Jr.

 

Reinholt, Oscar Halvorsen

 

Letter, Oct. 28, 1955. Re proposed school of mines for U. C. in southern California.

 

Reinsch, James Leonard, 1908-

 

Letter, Nov. 9, 1961. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Lauterbach award.

 

Renshaw, Donald

 

Letter, Nov. 12, 1938. Congratulatory letter written while California state director for the National Emergency Council upon Storke's U. S. Senatorial appointment.

 

Reppeto, Vergil C,. 1896-

 

5 letters, 1951-1952. Re his desire to join the staff of the Santa Barbara News-Press.

 

Reppy, William Arneill, 1912-

 

2 letters, 1966. Written while judge of the California Superior Court at Ventura.

 

Resor, Stanley, 1879-

 

Letter, Oct. 19, 1959. Written while chairman of J. Walter Thompson Company on behalf of the Boys' Clubs of America.

 

Rexall Drug Company

See Bowles, John

 

Rhoden, Elmer Carl, 1893-

 

4 letters, 1957-1960. Include two letters written while President of the National Theatres Amusement Company, Inc.

 

Ribble, Frederick D. G., 1898-

See Virginia. University

 

Rice, Archie, d. 1953

 

2 letters, 1949. Include Mss of short stories on the early history of Santa Barbara.

 

Richfield Oil Corporation

 

2 letters, 1963. By Norman Fred Simmonds, secretary, re contributions to the Santa Barbara Historical Society.

 

Richmond (Calif.) Independent

See Brown, Warren, Jr.

 

Rickard, John T.

 

9 letters, 1953-1969. Include letters written while mayor and Superior Court Judge of Santa Barbara. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Rice, Grantland, 1880-

 

Letter, Oct. 28, 1942. Letter of recommendation for Homer George.

 

Riddell, Robert A.

 

Letter, July 2, 1959. Written while district director of the U. S. Internal Revenue at Los Angeles acknowledging a copy of California Editor.

 

Ridder, Bernard J., 1913-

 

Letter, [1966]. Re Philip M. Regan, Jr.

 

Ridder, Herman Henry, 1908-

 

2 letters, 1963. Written while publisher of the [Long Beach] Independent Press-Telegram.

 

Ridder, Victor Frank, 1886-

 

3 letters, 1961-1962.

 

Riggs, Lutah Maria, 1896-

 

Letter, Nov. 26, 1961. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's John Birch Society editorials.

 

Riley, Ray L., 1874-1952

See California. Controller

 

Rinehardt, Robert E.

 

9 letters, 1957-1971. Former editor of the Santa Barbara Daily News.

 

Ripon College

 

Letter, Dec. 15, 1955. By Samuel Nelson Pickard, chairman of the Board of Trustees, re Clark Kuebler.

 

Riverside (Calif. ) Press-Enterprise Company

See Howard H. Hays and Howard H. "Tim. Hays, Jr.

 

Riviera

 

4 letters, 1921-1925. By George Aiken Batchelder, president, re construction work for the Las Alturas Land Company.

 

Robbins, Catherine J.

 

3 letters, 1962-1968. One letter written while president of the Pasadena City College.

 

Robert, Lawrence Wood ["Chip"], 1889-

 

92 letters, 1950-1971. Include letters by Robert's secretary and copies of letters written to others. Also five letters, [1964]-1971, by his wife Evie Robert.

 

Roberts, Roy Allison, 1887-1967

 

12 letters, 1949-1966. Include letters by Roberts' secretary; also: three letters, 1968, by his wife Florence Roberts.

 

Robertson, Alfred W.

 

Letter. Mar. 8, 1945. Written while California State Assemblyman.

 

Robinson, John M., 1910-

See California Club

 

Robinson, Thomas Lambard, 1907-

 

13 letters, 1956-1961. Include letters written while president-publisher of The Charlotte (North Carolina) News and senior vice president of the New York Herald Tribune, and one letter, Apr. 13, 1959, by his secretary.

 

Roche, Theodore, 1903-

 

Letter, Nov. 6, 1957.

 

Rogers, Cameron, 1900-

 

Letter. June 4, 1957. Offers to write the biography of Charles A. Storke.

 

Rogers, Will, 1911-

 

2 letters, 1969.

 

Roosevelt, Franklin Delano, 1882-1945

 

Letter, Mar. 16, 1938. Photocopy of letter addressed to Senator William G. McAdoo re McAdoo's desire "to return to private life."

 

Roosevelt ( Eleanor) Memorial Foundation

 

2 letters, 1964-1965. One letter, Dec. 17, 1965, by Robert S. Benjamin, executive vice chairman, soliciting funds, and one letter, May 4, 1964, by Philip M. Klutznick, national campaign chairman.

 

Roper, Daniel Calhoun, 1867-1943

 

4 letters, 1915-1936. Several written while First Assistant U. S. Postmaster general.

 

Rope, Elmo Burns, 1900-

 

10 letters, 1961-1966. Include photocopies and copies of letters written to others.

 

Rosecrans, William Starke, 1889-

 

Letter, Nov. 7, 1961. Requests copies of Storke's John Birch Society editorials.

 

Rothwell, Charles Easton, 1902-

See Mills College. President

 

Rozzoni, Louis A.

See California Farm Bureau Federation

 

Ruddock, Albert Billings, 1886-

 

15 letters, 1956-1970.

 

Rundquist, George E., 1896-

See New York Civil Liberties Union

 

Rusk, Dean, 1909-

See U. S. Secretary of State

 

Russell, Madeleine Haas, 1915-

 

Letter, Mar. 20, 1964.

 

Russell, Richard Brevard, 1897-

 

Letter, Oct. 18, 1966. Written while U. S. Senator.

 

Ryon, Harrison, 1892-

 

Letter, May 10, 1962. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Pulitzer award.

 

Sacramento (Calif.) Bee

See Walter Parker Jones and Charles Kenny McClatchy, Jr.

 

Sacramento (Calif.) Union

 

4 letters, 1964-1965. By Leonard V. Finder, president and publisher, re the John Birch Society.

 

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

 

2 letters, 1962-1963. Congratulatory telegram, May 7, 1962, by Robert Lasch, editor of the editorial page, upon Storke's Pulitzer award and one letter, Dec. 2, 1963, by Charles J. Hentschell, president and general manager.

 

Salinger, Jehanne (Bietry) Carlson

 

Letter, Mar. 6, 1964.

 

Salinger, Pierre Emil George, 1925-

 

8 letters, 1962-1964. Include letters written while press secretary to President John F. Kennedy.

 

Salt Lake Tribune

See John Francis Fitzpatrick and John William Gallivan.

 

San Bernardino (Calif. ) Sun-Telegram

See Guthrie, James Allen

 

San Diego (Calif. ) Evening Tribune

See Lester Goodwin Bradley and Morgan Neil

 

San Diego (Calif.) Sun

See Stephens, John Boyd

 

San Diego (Calif.) Union

See Bradley, Lester Goodwin

 

San Francisco. District Attorney

See Brown, Edmund Gerald

 

San Francisco. Mayor

See George Christopher and Joseph Lawrence Alioto

 

San Francisco Bay Area Council

See McCaffrey, Stanley Eugene

 

San Francisco Call-Bulletin

See Edmond David Coblentz and Lee Ettelson

 

San Francisco Chronicle

See Thieriot, Charles De Young

 

San Francisco Examiner

See Lee Ettleson, Charles Lessington Gould and Nathan A. Tebbetts

 

San Francisco News

See Clarvoe, Frank Auld

 

San Francisco News-Call Bulletin

See Scheider. Charles Harold

 

San Francisco Social Hygiene and Health Association

See Arnstein, Lawrence

 

San Jose (Calif.) Mercury-News

See Conn, Kenneth Smith

 

San Mateo (Calif.) Times

See Clinton, John Hart

 

San Rafael (Calif.) Independent Journal

See Craemer, Justus F.

 

Santa Barbara. College. Adult Education Center

 

Letter, Mar. 9, 1964. By Karl Gary Kasberg and Spencer Blickenstaff, co-chairmen of the Writers' Conference.

 

Santa Barbara. Mayor

 

5 letters, 1960-1962. By Edward L. Abbott.

See also W. Donald MacGillivray, Norris Montgomery and John T. Rickard.

 

Santa Barbara Co. Board of Supervisors

See Callahan, Joseph J.

 

Santa Barbara Daily News

See Rinehardt, Robert E.

 

Santa Monica (Calif.) Evening Outlook

See Samuel Grant McClure and Cary Deane Funk.

 

Sargent, Dwight Emerson, 1917-

 

49 letters, 1962-1971. Written while editorial page editor for the New York Herald Tribune and curator for the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University.

 

Satterfield, John Creighton, 1904-

 

Letter, Aug. 7, 1962. Photocopy of letter endorsing the brochure "Documents of Freedom.

 

Saunders, John Bertrand de Cusance Morant, 1903-

See California. University, San Francisco. Provost

 

Scalapino, Robert Anthony, 1919-

See National Committee on U. S. -China Relations, Inc.

 

Scharer, Norman B.

 

14 letters, 1957-1969. Written while superintendent of Santa Barbara City Schools. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, 1917-

 

Letter, Oct. 31, 1961. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Lauterbach award.

 

Schneider, Charles Harold, 1912-

 

2 letters, 1962-1963. Written while editor of the San Francisco News-Call Bulletin and editor of the Memphis Press-Scimitar.

 

Schooley, Clarence Herschel, 1902-

See U. S. Department of the Interior

 

Schrade, Jack

 

Letter, June 22, 1959. Written while California State Assemblyman re the placing of mission bells along El Camino Real.

 

Schramm, Wilbur Land, 1907-

 

Letter, May 10, 1962. Congratulatory letter upon Storke's Pulitzer award, written while director of the Institute for Communication Research at Stanford University.

 

Schwengel, Frank Rudolph, 1885-

 

Letter, Apr. 28, 1958.

 

Schwengel, Frederick Delbert, 1907-

See United States Capitol Historical Society

 

Scripps, Edward Wyllis, 1909-

 

Letter, Nov. 12, 1965.

 

Scripps, John P., 1912-

 

Letter, Nov. 12, 1954.

 

Scripps College, Claremont, Calif.

See Curtis, Mark Hubert

 

Scripps-Howard Newspapers

See Frank Robert Ford and Jack Rohe Howard

 

Scudder, Richard B., 1913-

 

Letter, Mar. 13, 1964. Written while publisher of the Newark (New Jersey) News.

 

Seaborg, Glenn Theodore, 1912-

 

4 letters, 1959-1961. Written while Chancellor of U.C. Berkeley. Also: one letter, Dec. 22, 1958, by his secretary.

 

Seaboard Development Company

See Flaherty, Eugene Dewey

 

Seaside Oil Company

See R. J. Irvin and Harry Andrew Jackson

 

Seaton, Frederick Andrew, 1909-

 

Letter, Jan. 26. 1966.

 

Seattle, Washington. Library

 

Letter, Jan. 18, 1968. By Willard Oliver Youngs, librarian, acknowledging a gift by Storke.

 

Security First National Bank, Los Angeles

 

3 letters, 1960-1961. By Widen Smith, chairman of the executive committee.

 

Security Van and Storage Company

See Neblett, William Haynie

See also subject file in Carton Four

 

Sedgwick, Francis Minturn, 1904-1967

 

29 letters, 1960-1967. Include letters written while president of the Citizens Planning Association of Santa Barbara County, Inc. and copies of letters written to others. Also one letter, [Feb. 1967], by Pamela Sedwick Dwight.

 

Seldis, Henry James, 1925-

 

3 letters, 1956-1961.

 

Shane, Charles Donald, 1895-

See Lick Observatory

 

Shaw, Norman, 1904-

 

Letter, Sept. 21, 1949. Written while associate editor of the Cleveland Press.

 

Shearer, Tom Ellas, 1906-

See Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

 

Shell, Joseph C.

 

2 letters, 1956-1966. Written while California State Assemblyman.

 

Sheppard, Harry Richard, 1885-

 

10 letters, 1949-1964. Written while U. S. Congressman from California. Include one letter, Aug. 7, 1952, by his secretary.

 

Shinkle, Robert Thomas, 1916-

See Bank of America

 

Shippey, Lee, 1884-

 

Letter, Oct. 11, [1959].

 

Shiveley, Douglas, 1896-

 

2 letters, 1934-1938.

 

Shoemaker, Winfield A., 1930-

 

2 letters, 1966-1968. Written while California State Assemblyman.

 

Signal Oil and Gas Company

See Mosher, Samuel Barlow

 

Simmonds, Norman Fred, 1907-

See Richfield Oil Corporation

 

Simon, Norton, 1907-

 

Letter, Nov. 6, 1963. Re the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.

 

Simpson, Roy E., 1893-

See California. Superintendent of Public Instruction

 

Small, Merrell Farnham

 

11 letters, 1946-1971. Include letters written as deputy secretary to Governor Earl Warren

 

Smiley, David Elmer, 1879-

 

Letter, Sept. 21, 1942. Letter of recommendation for Homer George written while editor and publisher of The Tampa Daily Times.

 

Smith, C. Rodney, 1902-

 

Letter, Feb. 3, 1965. Addressed to Admiral Chester Nimitz.

 

Smith, Elden, 1906-

See Security First National Bank, Los Angeles

 

Smith, Paul Samuel, 1897-

See Whittier College

 

Smith, Robert L., 1906-

 

5 letters, 1952-1961. Written while publisher of the Los Angeles Daily News. One letter addressed to Samuel B. Mosher.

 

Smith, Thor Merritt, 1906-

 

12 letters, 1960-1969. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Smith, William French

 

Letter, Mar. 23, 1971. Written while a U. C. Regent.

 

Snidecor, John Clifton, 1907-

See California. University, Santa Barbara. Provost

 

Snodgrass, David E., 1894-

 

Letter, Aug. 31, 1961. Note written to Paul Veblen re the Storke character assassination essay contest.

 

Solomon, Emmett Gamaliel, 1907-

 

Letter, Oct. 12, 1962. Written while President of Crocker-Anglo National Bank.

 

Southern California Edison Company

 

2 letters, 1963. By Harold Quinton, chairman of the Board, re a contribution to the Santa Barbara Historical Society.

 

Southern California Symphony Association

See Chandler, Dorothy Buffum

 

Southern Counties Gas Company of California

 

Letter, Sept. 23, 1969. Photocopy by Guy Woodbridge Wadsworth, Jr., president.

 

Spaeth, Carl Bernhardt, 1907-

 

2 letters, 1956-1961. Telegram co-signed with Robert A. Walker and one letter by Spaeth's secretary.

 

Spangler, Raymond Luper, 1904-

 

3 letters, 1951-1961. Written while publisher of the Redwood City (Calif.) Tribune.

 

Spaulding, Edward Seldon, 1891-

 

15 letters, 1950-1967. Many written while headmaster of the Laguna Blanca School at Santa Barbara re Edward Borein.

 

Spivak, Lawrence Edmund

 

14 letters, 1959-1964.

 

Spolar, Walter

 

2 letters, 1961-1965. Written while special assistant to the U. S. Postmaster General.

 

Sponsel, Clifford W., 1910-

 

Letter, Nov. 20, 1970.

 

Sprague, Charles Arthur, 1887-

 

Letter, May 8, 1962. Congratulatory letter written while editor and publisher of The Oregon Statesman upon Storke's Pulitzer award.

 

Sproul, Robert Gordon, 1891-

 

31 letters, 1948-1962. Written while President of U. C. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Sproul, Robert Gordon, Jr.

 

3 letters, 1971. Written on behalf of the U. C. Citizens' Committee.

 

Spruance, Raymond Ames, 1886-

 

Letter, June 13, 1958. Written on behalf of the Monterey County Citizens Committee for a University of California Branch Campus.

 

Stahlman, James Geddes, 1893-

 

61 letters, 1950-1971. Written while president and publisher of the Nashville Banner. Include four letters by his secretary and copies of letters written to others.

 

Standard Oil Company of California

 

3 letters, 1954-1962. One letter by Howard Gockley Vesper, president.

See also Petersen, Theodore Scarborough.

 

Stanford University. Dept. of Communication

See Herbert Brucker, Chilton Rowlette Bush, Wilbur Land Schramm and Clifford Francis Weigle.

 

Stanford University. Director of University Relations

See Nelson, Lyle Morgan

 

Stanford University. Hispanic American Studies

 

3 letters, 1955-1965. By Ronald Hilton, director.

 

Stanford University. Pace Program

 

9 letters, 1961-1962. By Richard Frank O'Brien.

See also Petersen, Theodore Scarborough.

 

Stanford University. President

 

3 letters, 1968-1970. Photocopy of letter, Nov. 22, 1968, by Robert Jay Glaser, acting president, addressed to William Randolph Hearst, Jr. requesting a memorial fellowship, and two letters, 1969-1970, by Kenneth S. Pitzer.

See also Frederic O. Glover and John Ewart Wallace Sterling.

 

Stanford University. Provost

 

Letter, June 17, 1968. By Richard Wall Lyman, vice president and provost, acknowledging Storke's pledge to Stanford.

 

Stanford University. Trustees

 

6 letters, 1961-1962. By Thomas Potter Pike, chairman of the Board of Trustees.

See also Otis Chandler and William Parmer Fuller, III.

 

Stanford University. Vice President

 

3 letters, 1962-1964. By Alf Elvin Brandin, vice president for business affairs, re land leases and palm trees for Stanford. Include copies of letters written to others.

See also Lyman, Richard Wall.

 

Stanford University. Vice Provost

 

Letter, Nov. 4, 1965. By Robert Joseph Wert.

 

Stans, Maurice Hubert, 1908-

 

2 letters, 1956. Written while Deputy U. S. Postmaster General.

 

Starzel, Frank (Francis) J., 1904-

 

8 letters, 1951-1961. Written while general manager of the Associated Press.

 

Stearns, Charles Edward, 1920-

 

4 letters, 1963-1964. Written while dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Tuft University, Massachusetts. Include one letter addressed to Edward J. Lamb.

 

Stearns, Newton A., 1915-

 

2 letters, 1953-1954. Written while press secretary to Governor Goodwin J. Knight.

 

Steffen, Roy John, 1894-

 

Letter, Mar. 29, 1952. Congratulatory letter written while president of The Montecito Country Club upon Storke's 50th anniversary as a publisher.

 

Steinhart, Jesse Henry, 1881-1965

 

12 letters, 1955-1964. Include letters written while a U. C. Regent.

 

Stephens, John Boyd, 1905-

 

6 letters, 1938-1959. Written while managing editor of The San Diego Sun, news editor of the New York World-Telegram and managing editor of The Indianapolis Times. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Sterling, John Ewart Wallace, 1906-

 

50 letters, 1956-1971. Many written while president of Stanford University. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Steven, William Pickford, 1908-

 

Letter, Dec. 9, 1969. Re California Editor.

 

Stevenson, Adlai Ewing, 1900-1965

 

21 letters, 1952-1965. Include one photocopy and five letters by administrative assistants, etc. Some are copies of letters written to others.

 

Stewart, Russ, 1909-

See American Newspaper Publishers Association, Inc.

 

Stockton, Calif. College

See Bortolazzo, Julio Lawrence

 

Stokes, Frederick Hallock, 1892-

 

Letter, May 3, 1965.

 

Stork, Byron Claude, 1879-1963

 

10 letters, 1948-1962. Artist.

 

Storke, Charles Albert, 1911-

 

20 letters, 1938-1969. Include photocopies and copies of letters written to others.

 

Storke, Harry Purnell, 1905-

 

87 letters, 1955-1971. Some written while U. S. Army Assistant Chief of Staff, U. S. Army Chief of Information, Commander of Allied Land Forces in Southeastern Europe and while President of Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Include photocopies and copies of letters written to others.

 

Strider, Robert Edward Lee, 1917-

 

54 letters, 1962-1971. Many written while president of Colby College, Maine. Include copies of letters written to others, and also, three letters, [1970], by his wife Helen Strider.

 

Strub, Robert P.

 

7 letters, 1959-1970. Include letters written while president of the Los Angeles Turf Club, Inc. and letters by his administrative assistant.

 

Sturgeon, Vernon L., 1915-

 

Letter, May 10, 1966. Written while California State Senator.

 

Sullivan, Jeremiah Francis, 1891-

 

10 letters, 1958-1969.

 

Sullivan, Richard Parker, 1914-

 

3 letters, 1963-1965. Written while president of the General Telephone Company of California.

 

Summerfield, Arthur Ellsworth, 1899-

See U. S. Postmaster General

 

Sunset Magazine

See Laurence William Lane, Jr. and Proctor Mellquist.

 

Superior Oil Company

See Jones, Finas P., Jr.

 

Swensson, Paul S., 1907-

See The Wall Street Journal

 

Swig, Benjamin Harrison, 1893-

 

7 letters, 1963-1969. Some written while chairman of the board of the Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco.

 

Swing, Philip David, 1884-

 

5 letters, 1938-1962.

 

Symington, William Stuart, 1901-

 

9 letters, 1960-1971. Written while U. S. Senator from Missouri. Include two letters by administrative assistants.

 

Tampa Tribune

 

Letter, May 8, 1962. By lames Augustus Clendinen, editor, upon Storke's Pulitzer award. Seeks reprints for the Masthead Quarterly of National Conference of Editorial Writers.

 

Taylor, John Ingalls, 1911-

 

3 letters, 1964-1966. Written while president of The Boston Globe.

 

Taylor, Reese Hale, 1900-1962

 

4 letters, 1959. Written while chairman of the board of Union Oil Company of California. One letter written while co-chairman of The California Committee for The Eisenhower Presidential Library.

 

Taylor, W. Davis

 

74 letters, 1964-1971. Written while publisher of The Boston Globe re the Nieman Foundation. Includes copies of letters written to others.

 

Teague, Charles McKevett, 1909-1973

 

52 letters, 1955-1970. Include one letter by Montgomery Winkler, administrative assistant, and copies of letters written to others.

 

Tebbetts, Nathan A., 1899-

 

21 letters, 1948-1970. Son of George P. Tebbetts. Written while with the San Francisco Examiner.

 

Temple, Thomas Workman, II

 

10 letters, 1957-1968. Re the Storke family genealogy. Include copies of letters written to others.

 

Tennessee. University

 

Letter, Aug. 11, 1967. By William Herman Jesse, director of libraries, acknowledging receipt of one volume from Storke.

 

Thacher School

See Newton K. Chase and Alan Lawrence Chickering, Jr.

 

Thieriot, Charles De Young, 1915-

 

3 letters, 1963-1971. Written while publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle.

 

Thomas, Charles S., 1897-

See U. S. Secretary of the Navy

 

Thomas, John Charles

 

Letter, July 10, 1951. Acknowledging Storke's check for Lobero tickets.

 

Thormodsgard, Olaf H., 1891-

See North Dakota. University

 

Thurman, Samuel David, 1913-

 

2 letters, Mar. 16, 1962. Written while professor of law at Stanford University acknowledging receipt of a dictionary from Storke.