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Description of Collections

Pictorial Collections

 

Afro American Posters, Greeting Cards, and Portraits--James de T. Abajian BANC PIC 1982.034-.036

Note

Physical Description: ca. 260 items (posters, greeting cards, and portraits)

Additional Note

James Abajian, former librarian of the California Historical Society and author in the field of African American history, has presented significant documentary material on African Americans to The Bancroft Library. His gifts include books, printed ephemera, manuscripts, sheet music, periodicals and photographs which he collected in the course of his own research on African Americans in California and the West. Pictorial material in the collection includes 19th century daguerreotypes and tintypes, early postcards and greeting cards portraying black stereotypes, and photographs and posters documenting African American history through the early 1970's. Manuscript material is accessioned under BANC MSS 86/213 c and BANC MSS 86/206 c
 

Alice Iola Hare Photograph Collection BANC PIC 1905.04663-05242

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Physical Description: 575 items

Additional Note

The Hare collection contains 575 silver gelatin prints, taken by Mrs. Hare circa 1900-1910. Most of the photographs were taken in and around the Santa Clara Valley region of Northern California, especially in the vicinities of Santa Clara and San Jose. Other areas featured in the collection are Saratoga, Los Gatos, the Santa Cruz Mountains, Big Basin Park, San Francisco, Monterey, Palo Alto, Sonoma County, Lake County, and Pebble Beach. The subject matter of Mrs. Hare's work is diverse, including gardens, gardening and botany, architecture, streets and roadways; parks, landscapes, and other scenes of nature; agriculture and industry, travel and recreation, and the local Chinese, Spanish and native Californian cultures of the time.
 

Art by Daniel Moore and Photographs of the Floating Lotus Magic Opera Company BANC PIC 1973.028

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Physical Description: 256 items (paintings, drawings and photographic prints)

Additional Note

The Bancroft Library's Daniel Moore Collection consists of manuscripts, typescripts, audio and video recordings, published works, drawings, and photographs documenting the literary and artistic career of this San Francisco Bay Area poet. Moore is best known for his "Dawn Visions", published by City Lights in 1962 , and for his "Floating Lotus Magic Opera Company" of the late 1960's . In his own words (as quoted by Ferlinghetti and Peters in Literary San Francisco), the company was created "for visceral manifestation and expansion of poetic vision for human figures and real voices and orchestra, torchlighting nights open with the dance-rhythm'd Word." The majority of the photographic portion of the Moore Collecti on documents the theatrical productions of the company. Non-pictorial material can be found in BANC MSS 73/63 c. Based on Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Nancy Peters, Literary San Francisco (San Francisco: City Lights Books, 1980), p. 197.
 

C. Hart Merriam Collection BANC PIC 1978.008

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Physical Description: 4,462 items

Additional Note

The C. Hart Merriam ( 1855-1942 ) collection of manuscripts and photographs contains detailed records of Merriam's work as a scientist, explorer and administrator. As one of the most distinguished naturalists of his generation, Merriam founded the U.S. Biological Survey and co-founded the National Geographic Society. He participated in many important field expeditions and served as the scientific director of the Harriman Alaska Expedition in 1899. The photographs from this trip are impressive; along with Merriam's own photographs, the collection contains a large body of work by Edward S. Curtis, who was the official photographer for the expedition. In 1910 , Merriam began work under a trust fund set up by Mrs. E. H. Harriman which allowed him to focus his energy on biological and ethnological studies in the West. He set out to record the vocabularies of vanishing Indian tribes in California and he used photography as one way of documenting the people and places he visited. Other accession numbers for C. Hart Merriam material are BANC MSS 80/18 c, BANC MSS 83/129 c and BANC PIC 1980.023.
 

Charles L. Camp Collection of Stereographs BANC PIC 1905.16269-16449

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Physical Description: 181 photographic prints

Additional Note

A native of North Dakota, paleontologist Charles L. Camp (1893-1975) was educated at the University of California (A.B. 1915) and Columbia University (A.M. 1916, PhD. 1923). After serving with the U.S. forces in World War I he became a professor of paleontology at the University of California. In 1931 he was chosen as director of the university's Museum of Paleontology. Aside from his academic interests in early reptiles and amphibians, he studied and wrote on the history of the Western U.S. BANC MSS C-B 862 contains correspondence and papers relating primarily to his historical research on California and the West, his association with the California Historical Society and E Clampus Vitus. Additional material concerns his career as a paleontologist at U.C. Berkeley and his experiences in World War I. Includes research material on Kit Carson and James Clyman. Correspondents include Charles and Edward Eberstadt, Carl I. Wheat, and Henry Raup Wagner. BANC MSS 73/178 c contains correspondence, course notes, manuscripts, and subject file concerning his interest and activity with paleontology, zoology, and the U.C. Berkeley Department of Paleontology. Includes notes and copies of lectures and publications by Camp, many on paleontology of California and the American Southwest.
 

Early San Francisco Views--T.E. Hecht BANC PIC 1905.06999-.07772

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Physical Description: ca. 670 photographic prints, 700 glass negatives, 300 film negatives, and 600 transparencies

Additional Note

The Bancroft Library's collection of photographs by San Francisco photographer T.E. Hecht consists of 772 glass and film negatives from which viewing prints have been made. The collection contains views of San Francisco and environs between ca. 1900 and 1920, and copy views made by Hecht after earlier photographers such as George Fardon.
 

Farm Security Administration Photograph Collection BANC PIC 1942.008

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Physical Description: 8 boxes (ca. 960 photographic prints)

Additional Note

United States, Farm Security Administration, Regional Office I, San Francisco records, 1936-1946 . The eight cartons of letters, publications, publicity material & pictures relating to the Farm Security Administration's program in Region I (California, Arizona, Utah & Nevada) document the economic and demographic upheavals of the Great Depression and dust bowl migration. Later material concerning evacuation of Japanese Americans from the West Coast and anchoring programs in migrant source states is also included (see BANC MSS C-R 1).
The photographic portion of the collection consists of images documenting drought conditions in the Midwest and South, living conditions of migrants, migrant agricultural workers in the West, FSA Migratory Labor Camps, Farm Associations, other FSA programs, and Resettlement Administration activities. Images date from the mid-1930's to the evacuation of Japanese Americans during World War II, and include work by Dorothea Lange.
 

Frank B. Rodolph Photograph Collection BANC PIC 1905.17146-.17161

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Physical Description: 16 albums (1254 photographic prints)

Additional Note

The Frank B. Rodolph Collection consists of approximately 875 original photographs taken by Rodolph (an Oakland photographer), and his associates. It was presented to The Bancroft Library by California historian Margaret Schlictmann, who engaged in considerable research to identify the majority of the images. The photographs are remarkable in their candid, often humorous view of life in Northern California in the 1880's. Included are street scenes in Oakland and San Francisco, as well as many outings by a local group calling itself the "Merry Tramps." Their excursions resulted in many images of camping trips in the redwoods, picnics on the coast, and other recreational gatherings. Also present are several views showing amateur photographers at work. Historic buildings, photographed before modern restoration was undertaken, also feature prominently. Photographs by other photographers, such as Isaiah West Taber, are included.
 

Free Speech Movement Photographs UARC PIC 24B

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Physical Description: ca. 25 photographic prints

Additional Note

Includes photographs of rallies, speakers and crowds, etc.
 

George E. Hyde & Co. Canning Operations BANC PIC 1982.069

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Physical Description: 1 album (17 photographic prints and 11 printed product labels)

Additional Note

This album contains 17 photoprints illustrating the 1920-1921 operations and facilities of the Hyde canning plant in Campbell, Santa Clara County. The album also contains several sample fruit labels from the factory.
 

Hearst Mining Collection of Views by C.E. Watkins BANC PIC 1905.17175

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Physical Description: 150 photographic prints on mounts

Additional Note

The Hearst Mining Collection consists of 139 original large-format photoprints by San Francisco photographer Carleton E. Watkins, and eleven early 20th century copy enlargements of other California views by Watkins. For many years before their transfer to The Bancroft Library in 1972, these important photographs were housed in the Hearst Mining Building of U.C. Berkeley. The original 139 "mammoth plates" depicting mining operations in California and Nevada are believed to have been acquired by the Hearst family in the 1870's or 1880's, soon after their creation. This is among the many collections of Watkins photographs held by The Bancroft Library, a major repository of the works of this important California photographer.
 

Henry J. Kaiser Pictorial Collection BANC PIC 1983.001-.075

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Physical Description: ca. 75,000 items (photographic prints, negatives, and albums)

Additional Note

The papers of Henry J.Kaiser (BANC MSS 83/42 c), Henry J. Kaiser, Jr. (BANC MSS 88/205) and Edgar F. Kaiser (BANC MSS 85/61), together with their associated photograph collections, document the activities of the Kaiser family and their many industrial and business interests in California, Hawaii, and the world. Materials date from the 1870's into the 1980's. These collections provide an excellent record of the industrial development of California and the West in the 20th century. The photographic collections provide images of the Kaiser family and the operations of Kaiser Steel, Kaiser Metals, Kaiser Sand and Gravel, Kaiser Shipyards, Kaiser Hospitals, and many other Kaiser concerns. Examples of prominent projects pictured are the construction of Hoover and Shasta Dams, operations of the Richmond Shipyards, and aircraft production.
 

Historic Photographs of California and the Southwest from the Francis P. Farquhar Collection BANC PIC 1905.16896 

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Physical Description: 68 photographic prints; albumen and b&w

Additional Note

Francis P. Farquhar ( 1887-1974 ) was a conservationist, mountaineer, historian, and the author of numerous books and articles on the history of the Sierra Nevada and the American West. The collection of his personal papers, BANC MSS C-B 517, reflects his active involvement with the Sierra Club, the California Historical Society, the California Academy of Sciences, and other organizations with an historical or geographical emphasis. His collection of photographs includes personal photographs, many related to the Sierra Club, and historical photographs of California and the Southwest.
 

James D. McClure Photograph Collection of Historic Western Landmarks BANC PIC 1905.03378-.03885

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Physical Description: ca. 520 photographic prints

Additional Note

Photographs by James McClure and other unidentified photographers of the San Francisco Chronicle primarily of locations including: Weaverville, Bodie, Mare Island, Berkeley, Petaluma, Columbia, Downieville, Fort Ross, San Francisco, Monterey, Palo Alto (Stanford Univ.), Sutter's Fort, Yosemite National Park, Oakland, and others.
 

Joseph Rous Paget-Fredericks Dance Collection BANC PIC 1964.009-.024

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Physical Description: ca. 2,000 drawings, paintings, and photographs, and items of memorabilia

Additional Note

The manuscript (BANC MSS 72/156 c) and pictorial collections of Joseph Rous Paget-Fredericks are a wonderful source for the study of 20th century dance. A writer, dancer, and artist, Paget-Fredericks' personal papers contain a wealth of information, images and memorabilia related to such artists as Isadora Duncan, Anna Pavlova, Vaslav Nijinsky, and Ruth St. Denis. The pictorial portions of the collection consist largely of Paget-Fredericks' own sketches of these dancers and others, as well as figure studies, costume and fashion designs, illustrations, paintings, and photographs. Also present are 14 portraits by celebrated San Francisco photographer Arnold Genthe.
 

Oakland Municipal Airport and Other Aviation Related Views BANC PIC 1991.034

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Physical Description: 1 album (ca. 600 photographick prints) and 86 loose items

Additional Note

Views of aircraft dating from 1912 through the 1930's, primarily in Oakland, California. Also includes views of other Bay Area locations and events, such as the U.S. S. Constitution in San Francisco and the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges under construction. Clippings and ephemera relating to air shows and various aviators are also present. Some photos and letters related to Frank [Francis] J. Riley or his family.
 

Panorama of San Francisco from California Street Hill--Eadward Muybridge BANC PIC 1946.011

Note

Physical Description: 12 mounted photographic prints (forming 1 panorama)

Additional Note

Views taken from the roof of the Mark Hopkins mansion on Nob Hill.
 

Photographs of California Highways--State of California Department of Public Works, Division of Highways BANC PIC 19xx.165

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Physical Description: 46 photographic prints

Additional Note

This collection of 46 copy photoprints, made from negatives held by the California Department of Public Work's Division of Highways, date from 1958-1966. They picture freeways and highways throughout the state, as well some images of road conditions prior to improvements and the creation of modern highways.
 

Portrait File of The Bancroft Library BANC PIC 1905.00002

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Physical Description: ca. 100 linear ft.

Additional Note

Portraits of identified individuals and groups. Includes photographs, drawings, and prints primarily of individuals and families associated with the history of the San Francisco Bay Area, California, and the American West
 

Robert B. Honeyman, Jr., Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material BANC PIC 1963.002

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Physical Description: 1,737 items (paintings, drawings, lithographs, engravings, etchings, pictorial lettersheets, photographic prints, etc.

Additional Note

The Robert B. Honeyman Collection was acquired by the Bancroft Library in 1963. It consists of original paintings, drawings, lithographs, engravings, photographs, pictorial letter sheets and a wide variety of other pictorial ephemera collected by Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. The collection contains original works by some of the most notable artists of the American West, Including Albert Bierstadt, Maynard Dixon, Charles Nahl, Thomas Hill, and William Keith. Consisting of more than 1,800 items, it is an unparalleled source for images of 19th century California and the West.
 

San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Photographs--The Miles Brothers BANC PIC 19xx.181

Note

Physical Description: 43 photographic negatives

Additional Note

The Miles Brothers Collection consists of forty-four copy photoprints of scenes of the damage caused by the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906. The images were takes by Miles Brothers, San Francisco photographers in business at 790 Turk St
 

Scenic California--C.E. Watkins BANC PIC 1965.008

Note

Physical Description: 14 photographic prints

Additional Note

Photographs taken by Carleton E. Watkins. Includes views of Yosemite, San Francisco buildings (interior of the Palace Hotel, the new City Hall, Cliff House, etc.), the Golden Gate, Seal Rock, picnicking in the redwoods along the Russian river, Santa Cruz, Camp Capitola, etc.
 

Sierra Club Collections BANC PIC 1971.031

Note

Physical Description: ca. 300 albums

Additional Note

The Sierra Club collections of The Bancroft Library consist of manuscript and photographic materials documenting the growth of this environmental organization from its inception in 1892 through the 1980's. They consist of official records of the organization as well as personal papers and photographs of active members. The photographic collections contain over 44,500 images recording early Club outings to the Sierra Nevada and other wilderness areas, and Club activities of all descriptions. Included are photographs used in Sierra Club publications, and the work of many significant photographers including Ansel Adams and Cedric Wright. Manuscript materials are accessioned under BANC MSS 71/103 c and BANC MSS 71/295.
 

Sierra Nevada Views--George Fiske BANC PIC 1905.02298-.02345

Note

Physical Description: 48 photographic prints

Additional Note

This Collection of George Fiske's views of Yosemite was presented to The Bancroft Library by Charles Gregory Crampton, professor of history at the University of Utah. Crampton was employed by the library in the late 1930's to seek out and acquire historical documents on behalf of The Bancroft Library, and in later years continued to contribute to the collections through gifts of various material.
 

Views of Some of the Buildings of the California Wine Association BANC PIC 1932.003

Note

Physical Description: 1 album (25 photoprints)

Additional Note

The photo album of the California Wine Association contains 25 photoprints depicting wine making facilities and operations in the Napa Valley region of California, ca. 1898. Views include the wine making operations of C. Carpy & Co., with illustrations of all aspects of process at the Greystone Winery. The Uncle Sam Cellar and Brown St. Cellar in Napa City are also pictured.
 

War Relocation Authority Photographs BANC PIC 1967.014

Note

Physical Description: 38 boxes (ca. 5,000 photographic prints)

Additional Note

Japanese-American evacuation and resettlement records. [ca. 1941-1953] Primarily surplus copies of U.S. War Relocation Authority documents (including publications, staff papers, reports, correspondence, memoranda, press releases, photographs, films, etc.) and material collected and/or generated by the Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement Study, University of California, Berkeley (including evacuee diaries and letters, staff correspondence, reports and studies prepared by the staff, etc.). Includes records and publications of the California Joint Immigration Committee. Manuscript material consists of 256 cartons, 5 boxes, 31 volumes and 1 oversize folder and can be found under the call number BANC MSS 67/14 c. The Photographic portion of this collection consists of 76 binders of photoprints arranged by evacuation center, subject, and then by original War Relocation Authority number. An additional 15 linear feet of material awaits arrangement. These images provide a rich source of documentation for the study of the evacuation and resettlement of Japanese-Americans during the second world war. Of particular note are the photographs of Dorothea Lange, who was one of the many photographers employed by the War Relocation Authority.
 

William C. Barry Collection of Los Angeles Area Photographs BANC PIC 1964.056

Note

Physical Description: 74 photoprints

Additional Note

The William C. Barry Collection consists of seventy-four photoprints dating from ca. 1886-1910. Views of various modes of transportation in Southern California predominate. Images include Los Angeles street scenes picturing horse-drawn, cable, and electric cars. There are also views in San Diego, Santa Barbara, Redlands, Riverside, San Pedro, Catalina Island, and Tiajuana, Mexico. The work of various photographers is represented. The original album was presented to The Bancroft Library by William C. Barry of Glendale, California in 1963. Mr. Barry acquired the album from a friend who had purchased it from an unknown source.
 

Wyland Stanley Collection BANC PIC 1905.05278

Note

Physical Description: 328 photoprints

Additional Note

The Wyland Stanley Collection consists of 328 copy photoprints of historic San Francisco and Oakland views. Stanley made the copy prints from original early engravings, lithographs and photographs. Included are some of the earliest depictions of San Francisco, as well as copies of the works of some of the cities most prominent photographers of the 19th century.
 

Zelda Mackay Pictorial Collection BANC PIC 1905.16242

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Physical Description: 191 photographic prints

Additional Note

The Mackay Collection is one of the richest sources of early San Francisco views and portraits. In addition to numerous important views of mining operations and California pioneers of the 1850's, the collection contains what may be the earliest surviving photograph of San Francisco: a daguerreotype taken by William Shew in the early 1850's.
 

Single Items From Various Collections

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Additional Note

A sampling of photographic prints from various collections in The Bancroft Library Pictorial Collection.

Books

 

F786 .B275 Personal narrative of explorations and incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuahua, connected with the United States and Mexican Boundary Commission, during the years 1850, '51, '52, and '53.

Creator/Collector: Bartlett, John Russell, 1805-1886

Note

Physical Description: 2 v. New York, London, D. Appleton & Company, 1854.
 

G440 .B48 Voyage autour du monde, principalement à la Californie et aux îles Sandwich, pendant les années 1826, 1827, 1828, et 1829.

Creator/Collector: Bernard du Hautcilly, Auguste, 1790-1849

Note

Physical Description: 2 v. Paris, A. Bertrand; [etc., etc.] 1834-35.

Additional Note

Auguste Bernard du Hautcilly, Captain of the French ship Hero, published in 1834 an account of his voyage around the world. His narrative focuses on his observations of California and the Sandwich Islands, which he visited in 1827.
 

F786 .B88 Reisen und Abenteuer im Apachenlande.

Creator/Collector: Browne, J. Ross (John Ross), 1821-1875

Note

Physical Description: 486 p. Jena, H. Costenoble, 1871.

Additional Note

Adventures in the Apache country. German. Bibliothek geographischer Reisen und Entdeckungen.
 

xF851 .D85 Exploration du territoire de l'Orégon, des Californies et de la mer Vermeille, exécutée pendant les années 1840, 1841 et 1842.

Creator/Collector: Duflot de Mofras, M., 1810-1884

Note

Physical Description: 2 v. and atlas. Paris, A. Bertrand, 1844.

Additional Note

Duflot de Mofras' Exploration du Territoire de l'Orégon, des Californies et de la Mer Vermeille, published in 1844, is a detailed account of French exploratory expeditions of 1840-1842. These expeditions were intended to provide the French government with detailed geographic, political, social, and commercial information about the Pacific Coast of North America in order to facilitate the possible establishment of French interests in the region. The detailed text and illustrations provide invaluable information for historians of early California.
 

xE51 .C76 v.3 Tribes of California.

Creator/Collector: Powers, Stephen

Note

Physical Description: 1 v. Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1877.

Additional Note

This publication documents and illustrates the U. S. Geographical and Geological Survey of the Rocky Mountain Region conducted by the Department of the Interior and lead by J.W. Powell. Contents include descriptions of the following native American tribes: The Karok--Karok fables--The Yurok--The Tolowa--The Hupa--Tribes tributary to the Hupa--The Patawat--The Viard--The Mattoal--The Wailakki--The Yuki--The Tatu--The Pomo--The Yokaia--The Gallinomero--The Gualala--The Ashochimi--The Kabinapek--The Makhelchel--The Patwin--The Wintun--The Shastika--The Modok--The Achomawi--The Nozi, etc.--The Maidu--The Nichinam--The Miwok--Yosemite--The Yokuts--Tribes related to the Paiuti--General facts--Aboriginal botany--Supplementary facts--Appendix: Linguistics, ed. by J.W. Powell
 

xF865 .R4 A tour of duty in California.

Creator/Collector: Revere, Joseph W. (Joseph Warren), 1812-1880

Note

Physical Description: New York, C.S. Francis & Co.; Boston, J.H. Francis, 1849.
 

xF786 .U45 Report on the United States and Mexican boundary survey, made under the direction of the secretary of the Interior.

Creator/Collector: United States. Dept. of the Interior

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Physical Description: 2 v. in 3. Washington, C. Wendell, printer, 1857-59.

Selected Images

Pictorial Collections

 

Afro American posters, greeting cards, and portraits collected by James de T. Abajian

 

1982.035 Maya Angelou and Cecil Williams at Glide Memorial Church, Sunday, July 14, 1974.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

African-Americans
San Francisco

 

1985.079-AX Newton trial 2nd day [members of the Black Panther Party], July 16,1968.

Photographer/Artist: Peterson, Garney
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

African-Americans
Oakland
Black Panther Party

 

Alice Iola Hare Photograph Collection

Note

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1905.04953 Olive picking on the Quito Ranch.

Photographer/Artist: Hare, Alice Iola
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Agriculture
Chinese Americans
Quito Ranch

 

1905.04978 Threshing onion seed on seed ranch of W. J. Fosgate, Santa Clara, California.

Photographer/Artist: Hare, Alice Iola
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Agriculture
Santa Clara

 

1905.05008 Boys with cotton sacks.

Photographer/Artist: Hare, Alice Iola
Original: Photoprint (in Accopress)

Subjects/Genres:

Agriculture

 

1905.05228 Padre in mission garden (possibly Mission Santa Barbara)

Photographer/Artist: Hare, Alice Iola
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Missions
Santa Barbara Portraits

 

Art by Daniel Moore and Photographs of the Floating Lotus Magic Opera Company

 

1973.028.139 Floating Lotus Magic Opera Co. [probably a production of "Bliss Apocalypse," Berkeley, [1969].

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint, color

Subjects/Genres:

Arts
Floating Lotus Magic Opera Co.

 

C. Hart Merriam Collection

 

1978.008 303:2 Box 5, Folder 22 Native Americans -- old Chuk-chan'-sy tribe..., 1902 Sept. 22.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans

 

1978.008 519:29 Box 9, Folder 40 Salmon fishing on Deer Creek [Ishi], May, 1914.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans
Deer Creek
Ishi
Portraits
Waterscapes

 

Charles L. Camp Collection of Stereographs

Note

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1905.16274-STER Father of the forest, 112 feet -- entrance to the Horseback Ride, Mammoth Grove [ca.1870-1880].

Photographer/Artist: Houseworth, Thomas
Original: Stereo

Subjects/Genres:

National and state parks
Calaveras County

 

Early San Francisco Views-- T. E. Hecht

 

1905.07141 View from Steamboat point, 1870.

Photographer/Artist: Hecht, T.E.
Original: Positive transparency (lg. format)

Subjects/Genres:

San Francisco history
Shipping
Transportation
Waterscapes

 

1905.07335 Cable cars at Ferry Building, San Francisco.

Photographer/Artist: Hecht, T.E.
Original: Neg., large format copy

Subjects/Genres:

San Francisco history
Transportation
San Francisco
Cityscapes

 

Farm Security Administration Photograph Collection

 

1942.008 Folder 101 #2464E Migrant family of Mexicans on the road with car trouble, February, 1936.

Photographer/Artist: Lange, Dorothea
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Mexican Americans
Agriculture
Labor

 

1942.008 Folder 102, Part 2 #16439E Migratory Mexican field worker's home, March, 1937.

Photographer/Artist: Lange, Dorothea
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Mexican Americans
Agriculture
Labor
Imperial Valley

 

1942.008 Folder 102, Part 2 #1811C Home of Oklahoma drought refugees, February, 1936.

Photographer/Artist: Lange, Dorothea
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Labor
Agriculture
Bakersfield

 

1942.008 Folder 102, Part 2 #9665E Drought refugees from Oklahoma camping, mother feeding child, August, 1936.

Photographer/Artist: Lange, Dorothea
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Women
Labor
Portraits

 

Frank B. Rodolph Photograph Collection

Note

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1905.17147 (34)-NEG Washington St., Oakland, Calif. [ca. 1880-1885].

Photographer/Artist: Rodolph, Frank Bequette
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Oakland
Cityscapes

 

1905.17149 (45) Tennis players [possibly Oakland, . [ca. 1880-1885].

Photographer/Artist: Rodolph, Frank Bequette
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Leisure

 

1905.17152 (69)  Picnickers on the beach, ca. 1880.

Photographer/Artist: Rodolph, Frank Bequette
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Leisure
San Francisco Bay Area (?)

 

1905.17155 (18) Palmer & Rey Type Foundry, ca. 1880-1885.

Photographer/Artist: Rodolph, Frank Bequette
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Labor
Industry
Palmer & Rey Type Foundry

 

1905.17158.3 Chinese Americans in redwoods.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Chinese-Americans
Labor

 

1905.17159 (62)  World's Fair Big Tree, ca. 1892.

Photographer/Artist: Taber, I. West
Original: Albumen (?) print (2 items)

Subjects/Genres:

Lumbering
National and state parks

 

1905.17159 (63)  World's Fair Big Tree, ca. 1892.

Photographer/Artist: Taber, I. West
Original: Albumen (?) print (2 items)

Subjects/Genres:

Lumbering
National and state parks

 

Free Speech Movement Photographs

 

UARC Pic file 24B:6 Group carrying "Free Speech" banner through Sather Gate [ca. 1965].

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Politics and government
Berkeley
University of California, Berkeley

 

George E. Hyde & Co. Canning Operations

Note

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1982.069-ALB Women cannery workers, 1920.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint (in album)

Subjects/Genres:

Industry
Santa Clara Valley
George E. Hyde & Co.

 

Hearst Mining Collection of Views--C.E. Watkins

Note

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1905.17175.99 Malakoff Diggings.

Photographer/Artist: Watkins, Carleton E.
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Mining
Environment
Malakoff Diggings

 

Henry J. Kaiser Pictorial Collection

 

1983.018.25 Many small machine tools are repaired by women [portrait of a Kaiser worker, ca. 1945].

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Women
Labor
Shipping
World War II
Kaiser Industries
Portraits

 

1983.018.38 Kaiser women workers' basketball team, ca. 1945.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Women
Labor
World War II
Shipping
Leisure
Kaiser Industries

 

Historic Photographs of California and the Southwest from the Francis Farquhar Collection

 

1905.16896 (16) Wawona, Mariposa Grove [ca. 1880-1890].

Photographer/Artist: Blanchard, J.B.
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Leisure
National and state parks
Mariposa Grove

 

1905.16896 (47) On the beach at Camp Capitola, 1885.

Photographer/Artist: Watkins, Carleton E.
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Leisure
Santa Barbara
Capitola

 

James D. McClure Photograph Collection of Historic Western Landmarks

 

1905.03421-NEG Steam train, Shattuck Avenue, Berkeley, ca. 1890.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint, 4X5 (in Accopress)

Subjects/Genres:

Railroads
Berkeley
Shattuck Ave, Berkeley
Cityscapes

 

1905.03635 Yosemite Valley Upper & Lower Yosemite Falls & Merced River.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint, Black and White

Subjects/Genres:

National and state parks
Women
Yosemite

 

Joseph Rous Paget-Fredericks Dance Collection

Note

View the Joseph Rous Paget-Fredericks collection finding aid
 

1964.023.649-B Isadora Duncan.

Photographer/Artist: Genthe, Arnold
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

Modern Dance
Choreographers
Women
Duncan, Isadora
Portraits

 

Oakland Municipal Airport and Other Aviation Related Views

 

1991.034-ALB Allinio Aircraft [group with plane at El Cerrito].

Photographer/Artist: Cohen, M.L.
Original: Photoprint (in album)

Subjects/Genres:

Industry
Transportation
El Cerrito

 

Panorama of San Francisco from California Street Hill--Eadward Muybridge

 

1946.011-ALB Nob Hill mansions, San Francisco, 1877.

Photographer/Artist: Muybridge, Eadweard
Original: Photoprint (in published book)

Subjects/Genres:

San Francisco history
Estates
San Francisco
Panoramic views
Cityscapes

 

Photographs of California Highways--State of California Department of Public Works, Division of Highways.

 

19xx.165 Freeway [possibly Interstate 10], Los Angeles, December 18, 1964.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Los Angeles area
Transportation
Los Angeles
Cityscapes Aerial photographs

 

Portrait File of The Bancroft Library

 

1905.00002 Adams, Ansel Ansel Adams.

Photographer/Artist: Grainey, Ed
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

Arts
Adams, Ansel
Portraits

 

1905.00002  Afro-American Council-1 Afro-American Council, 13th annual meeting, Oakland, 1907.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

African-Americans
Oakland
Portraits

 

1905.00002 Bancroft, Hubert Howe-1 Hubert Howe Bancroft, ca. 1852.

Photographer/Artist: Vance, Robert H.
Original: Cabinet card

Subjects/Genres:

Arts
Bancroft, Hubert Howe
Portraits

 

1905.00002 Brown, Edmund G.-113 Edmund G. (Pat) Brown and Desi Arnaz in Palm Springs.

Photographer/Artist: Anderson
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

Politics and government
Palm Springs
Brown, Edmund G. (Pat)
Arnaz, Desi
Portraits

 

1905.00002 Chinese-38 Chinese girl with bound feet.

Photographer/Artist: Taber, I. West
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Chinese-Americans
Portraits

 

1905.00002 Chinese-39 Chinese butcher and grocery shop, Chinatown, San Francisco.

Photographer/Artist: Taber, I. West
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Chinese-Americans
Business
Portraits

 

1905.00002 Didion, Joan-1 Joan Didion.

Photographer/Artist: Dunne, Dominick
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

Women
Arts
Didion, Joan
Portraits

 

1905.00002 London, Jack-65 Jack London and George Sterling.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

Leisure
Arts
London, Jack
Sterling, George
Portraits

 

1905.00002 Muir, John-65 Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir at Glacier Point, 1903.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

environment
National and state parks
Glacier Point
Roosevelt, Theodore
Muir, John
Portraits

 

1905.00002 Pleasant, Mary Ellen-1 Mary Ellen (Mammy) Pleasant at 87 years of age.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

Women
African Americans
San Francisco history
San Francisco
Portraits

 

1905.00002 Steinbeck, John-31 New straw hats [John Steinbeck and family, 1945].

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

Arts
Steinbeck, John
Portraits

 

Robert B. Honeyman, Jr. Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material

 

1963.002.1023 ff-ALB Ein tanz der Indianauer in der Mission in St. Jose in Neu-Californien, ca. 1806.

Photographer/Artist: Langsdorff, G.H. von
Original: Brush drawing

Subjects/Genres:

Missions
Native Americans
San Jose

 

1963.002.1306-FR View taken near Monterrey.

Photographer/Artist: Beecher, Richard B.; Blossom, M.S.
Original: Watercolor over pencil

Subjects/Genres:

Missions
Spanish and Mexican California
Monterey
Panoramic views

 

1963.002.1312-FR Danse des Californiens [at San Francisco, from a drawing ca. 1815].

Photographer/Artist: Choris, Louis
Original: Watercolor over pencil

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans
Missions
San Francisco history
Spanish and Mexican California

 

1963.002.1321-FR Joaquin Murieta, 1859.

Photographer/Artist: Nahl, Charles C.
Original: Brush drawing w/ watercolor

Subjects/Genres:

Mexican Americans
Spanish and Mexican California
Transportation
Murieta, Joaquin
Portraits

 

1963.002.1350-FR Native Californians lassoing a steer.

Photographer/Artist: Ferra, Auguste
Original: Oil painting

Subjects/Genres:

Agriculture
Mexican Americans
Spanish and Mexican California

 

1963.002.1360-FR Blessing of the Enrequita Mine.

Photographer/Artist: Edouart, Alexander
Original: Oil painting

Subjects/Genres:

Mining
Spanish and Mexican California

 

1963.002.1377-FR Days of gold.

Photographer/Artist: Narjot, Ernest Etienne
Original: Painting, oil

Subjects/Genres:

Gold rush

 

1963.002.1380-FR The Elopement.

Photographer/Artist: Nahl, Charles C.
Original: Oil painting

Subjects/Genres:

Mexican Americans
Spanish and Mexican California
Transportation

 

1963.002.1399-AX Mongolian miners working.

Photographer/Artist: Storqueler, B.
Original: Pen and ink drawing

Subjects/Genres:

Mining
Chinese Americans

 

1963.002.1457-D Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, Cal., 1857.

Photographer/Artist: Kuchel & Dresel
Original: Lithograph

Subjects/Genres:

Los Angeles area
Business
Los Angeles
Hellman & Bro.
Britten & Rey
Bird's-eye views
Cityscapes

 

1963.002.1476-C Los Angeles, Cal., 1873.

Photographer/Artist: Mathews, A.E.
Original: Lithograph

Subjects/Genres:

Los Angeles area
Los Angeles
A. L. Bancroft & Co.
Bird's-eye views
Cityscapes

 

1963.002.1491-FR Bird's eye view of the City and County of San Francisco, 1868 (copy dated 1873).

Photographer/Artist: Gray, W.V., and Gifford, C.B.
Original: Lithograph, color

Subjects/Genres:

San Francisco history
San Francisco
A. L. Bancroft & Co.
Bird's-eye views
Cityscapes

 

1963.002.1508 TRANS Emigrant train attacked by Indians.

Photographer/Artist: Colman, Samuel
Original: Watercolor/Gouache/Pastel (?)

Subjects/Genres:

Immigrants
Transportation
Native Americans

 

1963.002.1526-FR The gold seeker.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Lithograph, hand colored

Subjects/Genres:

Gold rush
Portraits

 

1963.002.1529-FR S. E. Hollister, the great American hunter & trapper... 1853.

Photographer/Artist: Henry C. Eno
Original: Lithograph, hand colored

Subjects/Genres:

Early exploration
Hollister, S. E.
Portraits

 

1963.002.200-B Sacramento [ca. 1850-1855].

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Lithograph, color

Subjects/Genres:

Sacramento history
Shipping
Sacramento
Bird's-eye views
Cityscapes

 

1963.002.224-A Oh boys I've struck it heavy.

Photographer/Artist: Seamon, Victor
Original: Drawing, colored (watercolor?)

Subjects/Genres:

Gold rush
Mining

 

1963.002.270-C San Diego, 1850.

Photographer/Artist: Conts, C.G.
Original: Lithograph, color

Subjects/Genres:

San Diego
Bird's-eye views
Cityscapes

 

1963.002.600-D View of the town and harbour of San Francisco..., 1851.

Photographer/Artist: Collison, R.E., Boosey, W.
Original: Lithograph, color

Subjects/Genres:

Gold rush
San Francisco history
Shipping
San Francisco
Bird's-eye views
Cityscapes
Waterscapes

 

1963.002.772-A Wagon in the desert.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Watercolor over pencil

Subjects/Genres:

Immigrants
Transportation

 

1963.002.999-B Working a rastia.

Photographer/Artist: Boot, J.
Original: Watercolor

Subjects/Genres:

Mining

 

San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Photographs--The Miles Brothers

 

19xx.181:014 Wrecked house, Scott near Post St. [SF earthquake, 1906].

Photographer/Artist: Miles Brothers
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

San Francisco history
San Francisco

 

19xx.181:040 One of first motion picture exchanges "Sunset Films" [ca. 1906].

Photographer/Artist: Miles Brothers
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Arts
San Francisco history
Industry
San Francisco
Sunset Films

 

Scenic California--C.E. Watkins

 

1965.008.11-PIC Picnicing [sic] in the redwood groves -- Russian River [ca. 1875-1880].

Photographer/Artist: Watkins, Carleton E.
Original: Albumen (?) print, size AX

Subjects/Genres:

Leisure
Railroads
Russian River

 

Sierra Club Collections

 

1971.031.1914.09 #38 Letting the sun dry spray-soaked clothing [Sierra Club outing].

Photographer/Artist: Pillsbury Picture Co.
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

Environment
Leisure
National and state parks
Yosemite
Sierra Club

 

1971.038.014:21-PIC Yosemite in winter.

Photographer/Artist: Pillsbury Picture Co.
Original: Photoprint, Black and White;

Subjects/Genres:

National and state parks
Yosemite
Half Dome

 

1971.038.014:28 Grizzly Giant (Sequoia); Vermont and Wawona [redwood tree drive-through, ca. 1900-1910].

Photographer/Artist: Pillsbury Picture Co.
Original: Photoprint, Black and White; (2)

Subjects/Genres:

National and state parks
Sierra Club

 

1971.038.014:29 Grizzly Giant (Sequoia); Vermont and Wawona [redwood tree drive-through, ca. 1900-1910].

Photographer/Artist: Pillsbury Picture Co.
Original: Photoprint, Black and White; (2)

Subjects/Genres:

National and state parks
Sierra Club

 

Sierra Nevada Views--George Fiske

 

1905.02345-NEG Honest John [mule and wagon of photographer George Fiske in Yosemite, 1875].

Photographer/Artist: Fiske, George
Original:

Subjects/Genres:

Arts
National and state parks
Yosemite
Fiske, George

 

Views of Some of the Buildings of the California Wine Association

Note

View the California Wine Association finding aid
 

1932.003-ALB [p. 2] Front view of Greystone Winery.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint (in album)

Subjects/Genres:

Industry
Greystone Winery
California Wine Association

 

War Relocation Authority Photographs

 

1967.014 8CA-294 Japanese-Americans awaiting buses to Manzanar, April 1, 1941.

Photographer/Artist: Albers, Clem
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Japanese-Americans
World War II
Manzanar

 

1967.014 8CB-204-205 Basketball game [Manzanar], February 13, 1943.

Photographer/Artist: Stewart, Francis
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Japanese-Americans
World War II
Leisure
Manzanar

 

1967.014 8CB112 Japanese American man in barracks, April 2, 1942.

Photographer/Artist: Albers, Clem
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Japanese-Americans
World War II
Manzanar
Portraits

 

1967.014 8CC-697 Box 7 Grandfather and grandson.

Photographer/Artist: Lange, Dorothea
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Japanese-Americans
World War II
Manzanar
Portraits

 

William C. Barry Collection of Los Angeles Area Photographs

Note

View the William C. Barry collection finding aid
 

1964.056 (17) Spring Street looking north from 3rd [Los Angeles], 1902.

Photographer/Artist: Park
Original: Albumen (?) print

Subjects/Genres:

Transportation
Los Angeles area
Los Angeles
Calif. Carpet Co.
N.B. Blackstone Co.
Mitchell & Co. Real Estate
Cityscapes

 

1964.056 (3) Twenty mule borax team, 1908.

Photographer/Artist: Pierce, C.C.
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Industry
Mining
Transportation

 

1964.056 (4) Prospector [ca. 1908].

Photographer/Artist: Pierce, C.C.
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Mining
Transportation
Goldfield Desert and Freighter

 

1964.056 (66) Los Angeles -- out Temple from Courthouse, ca. 1901.

Photographer/Artist: Park
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Los Angeles area
Los Angeles
Cityscapes

 

1964.056 (67) Float, Pasadena Tournament of Roses, ca. 1901.

Photographer/Artist: Park
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Los Angeles area
Pasadena

 

Wyland Stanley Collection

 

1905.05278 (45)-PIC Entrance hall in a San Francisco mansion, ca. 1885.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint (copy print)

Subjects/Genres:

San Francisco history
San Francisco

 

Zelda Mackay Pictorial Collection

Note

View a related Zelda Mackay collection finding aid
 

1905.16242.25 Joseph Sharp, with pick axe in hand, 1849 gold miner, of Sharp's Flats.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Ambrotype

Subjects/Genres:

Gold rush
Sharp's Flats
Sharp, Joseph
Portraits

 

1905.16242.61 Six miners with rocker, wheel barrows, picks and shovels and gold pans.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Daguerreotype

Subjects/Genres:

Mining
Gold rush

 

1905.16242.81 Mining scene, Grizzly Flats, ca. 1850.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Daguereotype

Subjects/Genres:

Mining
Gold rush

 

Single Items From Various Collections

 

1905.01561 Blue and Gold Gravel Mill, Bangor, Butte Co., 1892 Aug. 1

Photographer/Artist: Kay & Clark
Original: Photoprint, mounted

Subjects/Genres:

Industry
Butte County
Bangor

 

1905.11611 Andy at sluice box, Auburn Ravine, Calif., in the early 1850s.

Photographer/Artist: Dressler
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

African-Americans
Mining Auburn Ravine

 

1945.007:6 Pickets on the highway calling workers from the fields, 1933 cotton strike.

Photographer/Artist: International News Photos, Inc.
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Mexican Americans
Agriculture
Labor

 

1971.007 The Padron [mounted horseman].

Photographer/Artist: Walker, James
Original: Oil painting

Subjects/Genres:

Spanish and Mexican California
Mexican AmericansPortraits

 

1985.061 Oil wells in Long Beach.

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Photoprint

Subjects/Genres:

Industry
Los Angeles area
Long Beach

 

fG420.K84.C6 Vault Part 3, Plate III Danse des habitantes de Californie a la mission de San Francisco [ca. 1815].

Photographer/Artist: Choris, Louis
Original: Print, color

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans
Missions
Spanish and Mexican
California
San Francisco

 

fG420.K84C6 1822x Part 3, Plate II Vue du Presidio de San Francisco [ca. 1815].

Photographer/Artist: Choris, Louis
Original: Print, color

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans
Spanish and Mexican
California
San Francisco

 

fG420.K84C6.1822 Part 3, Plate X Bateau du port de San Francisco [ca. 1815].

Photographer/Artist: Choris, Louis
Original: Print, color

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans
San Francisco history
San Francisco
Missions

Books

 

Personal narrative of explorations and incidents in Texas, New Mexico, California, Sonora, and Chihuhua, 1854

Creator/Collector: Bartlett, John Russell.
 

F786.B275  v. 2x p. 33 California Indians catching salmon, ca. 1854 [book illustration].

Photographer/Artist: Bartlett, John Russell
Original: Print (book illustration)

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans

 

Voyage autour du monde, 1834

Creator/Collector: Bernard du Hautcilly, Auguste.
 

G440 .B48 Vault v. 1 opp. p. 215 Mission of San Luis Rey.

Photographer/Artist: Bernard du Hautcilly, Auguste
Original: Print (book illustration)

Subjects/Genres:

Missions
Spanish and Mexican California
San Luis Rey

 

G440 .B48 Vault v. 2 View of the Russian establishment, 1827.

Photographer/Artist: Bernard du Hautcilly, Auguste
Original: Print (book illustration)

Subjects/Genres:

Early exploration
Fort Ross
Panoramic views

 

Reisen und abenteuer im Apachenlande, 1871

Creator/Collector: Browne, John Ross.
 

F786 .B88  p. 348 Indians collecting taxes, ca. 1864 [book illustration].

Photographer/Artist: Browne, J. Ross
Original: Print (book illustration)

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans
Chinese Americans

 

Exploration du Territoire de l'Orégon, des Californies, 1844

Creator/Collector: Duflot de Mofras, M.
 

xF851 .D85  v. 1 Fol. p. 199 Rev. Father N. Duran and Indian Child [book illustration].

Photographer/Artist: Duflot de Mofras, M.
Original: Print (book illustration)

Subjects/Genres:

Missions
Native Americans
Spanish and Mexican California
Duran, N.
Portraits

 

Tribes of California, 1877

Creator/Collector: Powers, Stephen.
 

xE51 C76  v. 3 p. 350 Miwok acorn granaries [book illustration].

Photographer/Artist: Unknown
Original: Print (book illustration)

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans
Agriculture
Miwok Indians

 

A tour of duty in California, 1849

Creator/Collector: Revere, Joseph W.
 

xF865 .R4 Sutter's Fort -- New Helvetia, ca. 1849 [book illustration].

Photographer/Artist: Revere, Joseph W.
Original: Print (book illustration)

Subjects/Genres:

Early exploration
Sacramento history
Spanish and Mexican California
Sutter, John

 

Report on the United States and Mexican boundary survey, 1857

Creator/Collector: United States. Dept. of the Interior.
 

xF786 .U45  v. 1 Diegueno Indians [book illustration].

Photographer/Artist: Schott, Arthur
Original: Print (book illustration)

Subjects/Genres:

Native Americans