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SERIES ONE: FAMILY PAPERS

 

BOX 1: HENDERSON/DROWN FAMILIES---BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIAL

 

i.1.1---Pond Collection--Background information by Ellen Deering

 

I.1.2---Inez H. Pond--Biography

 

I.1.3---Henderson/Drown family genealogy

 

I.1.4---R.W. Henderson, D.D.S.--Biographical statement

 

I.1.5---Walter R. Henderson, D.D.S.--Silhouette, business card

 

I.1.6---Do.--Odd Fellows' certificate, 1893

 

I.1.7---Do.--Professional & dental school papers

 

I.1.8---Drown Family [IHP's mother's family]--Misc. documents

 

I.1.9---Henderson Family--Business papers

 

I.1.10-IHP--Birth certificate & misc. docs.

 

I.1.11-IHP & Charles McH. Pond marriage, 1919

 

I.1.12-IHP--Business papers

 

I.1.13-"Chad" Pond--School work

 

I.1.14-Mary Virginia Pond--ephemera

 

BOX 2: HENDERSON/DROWN FAMILIES--CORRESPONDENCE, 1890-1920s

 

I.2.1.1---Alan N. Ramsay to IHP, 1906-08 [17 items, 29 leaves] N.B.--Ramsay may have been a suitor, but, if so, a shy one. Although he and IHP never lived in the same locale for very long, he continued to write friendly, intimate letters to her for thirteen years. Ramsay never attended college and for some years was obliged to live in the wilds of Shasta County. He later served for two years with the Allied Expeditionary Force in Europe during World War I. Inez Henderson, meanwhile, attended Stanford University, enjoying a rich and varied social life in Stockton and Palo Alto before marrying the scion of a Bay Area family more distinguished than her own.

 

I.2.1.2---ANR to IHP, 1909 [9 items, 23 leaves]

 

I.2.1.3---ANR to IHP, 1910 [14 items, 39 leaves]

 

I.2.1.4---ANR to IHP, 1911 [9 items, 26 leaves]

 

I.2.1.5---ANR to IHP, 1912 [11 items, 21 leaves]

 

I.2.1.6---ANR to IHP, 1913 [10 items, 20 leaves]

 

I.2.1.7---ANR to IHP, 1914 [7 items, 15 leaves]

 

I.2.1.8---ANR to IHP, 1917 [10 items, 17 leaves]

 

I.2.1.9---ANR to IHP, 1918 [9 items, 25 leaves]

 

I.2.1.10- ANR to IHP, 1919 [3 items, 9 leaves]

 

I.2.2.1: IHP to FAMILY & FRIENDS, 1908/09 [7 items, 14 leaves] Between 1909 and 1914 IHP was a student at Stanford. She wrote frequent letters to her mother detailing life at the school. She wrote somewhat less frequently, though on similar topics, to her father and maternal grandmother. Letters from 1918 on are to IHP from school friends.

 

I.2.2.2---IHP to FAMILY & FRIENDS, 1910 [7 items, 12 leaves]

 

I.2.2.3---IHP to FAMILY & FRIENDS, 1911 [11 items, 29 leaves]

 

I.2.2.4---IHP to FAMILY & FRIENDS, 1912-14 [11 items, 25 leaves]

 

I.2.2.5---IHP to FAMILY & FRIENDS, 1918 [4 items, 7 leaves]

 

I.2.2.6---IHP to FAMILY & FRIENDS, 1919 [2 items, 4 leaves]

 

I.2.2.7---IHP to FAMILY & FRIENDS, 1920s [10 items, 15 leaves]

 

I.2.3.1---Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, 1890s [3 items, 3 leaves] These letters consist principally of family news sent to IHP's mother, Elizabeth Drown Henderson, or her mother, Mrs. Ella T. Drown, from relatives in New England. Letters from IHP's younger sister, Irma, to her mother and grandmother and a few items addressed to Dr. Walter R. Henderson make up the rest of this portion of the correspondence.

 

I.2.3.2---Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, Pertaining to birth of ES Seymour, Jr. [IHP lst cousin], 1893 [7, 7]

 

I.2.3.3---Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, 1900-08 [7, 7]

 

I.2.3.4---Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, 1909 [7, 7]

 

I.2.3.5---Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, 1910 [3, 3]

 

I.2.3.6---Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, 1911 [3, 4]

 

I.2.3.7---Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, 1912 [9, 11]

 

I.2.3.8---Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, 1913-15 [13, 20]

 

I.2.3.9---Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, 1916-18 [12, 21]

 

I.2.3.10-Henderson/Drown Family Correspondence, 1919/20 [3, 8]

 

BOX 3: HENDERSON/DROWN FAMILIES---CORRESPONDENCE, 1930-1960s For the most part, letters in this group were written either by IHP's business correspondents (esp. 1930-1939) or by her mother (until 1944), sister, and daughter, Mary Virginia Pond Culbertson.

 

i.3.1---1930 [8 items, 13 leaves]

 

I.3.2---E.D. Holden to IHP [re early Stockton], 1930-32,37 [18, 24]

 

I.3.3---1931/32 [7, 10]

 

I.3.4---1933/34 [13, 15]

 

I.3.5---1935-39 [10, 13]

 

I.3.6---1940-42 [14, 18]

 

I.3.7---1943 [9 items, 18 leaves]

 

I.3.8---1944 [8, 12]

 

I.3.9---1945 [15, 23]

 

I.3.10-1946 [16, 21]

 

I.3.11-1947 [14, 18]

 

I.3.12-1948 [6, 6]

 

I.3.13-1949 [4, 5]

 

I.3.14-1950 [16, 23]

 

I.3.15-1951 [5, 12]

 

I.3.16-1952 [18, 24]

 

I.3.17-1953 [9, 12]

 

I.3.18-1954 [34, 42]

 

I.3.19-1955 [39, 56]

 

I.3.20-1956 [24, 31]

 

I.3.21-1957 [7, 12]

 

I.3.22-1958 [10, 16]

 

I.3.23-1959 [1, 2]

 

I.3.24-1960 [6, 11]

 

I.3.25-1961 [23, 31]

 

I.3.26-undated [28, 30]

 

I.3.27-w/ 11/14/36 from Calif. State Ch. of Commerce

 

I.3.28-w/ 11/4/53 from Mary V. Pond Culbertson

 

BOX 4: HENDERSON/DROWN FAMILIES ---SCRAPBOOKS

 

i.4.1---Wm. H. Drown Copybook (c1880s) [contains clippings, essays and poems pertaining to Civil War viewed from northern perspective]

 

I.4.2---Sacramento and San Francisco concert and theater programs scrapbook, 1893- 1903 [emphasis on Frederick Warde]

 

i.4.3---Irma Henderson advertising and religious cards scrapbook, 1903 [olive green cloth covers]

 

i.4.4---IHP California history scrapbook, 1930s-50s [brown leatherette covers]

 

i.4.5---Stockton (Calif.) clippings [obits, history, social life]

 

i.4.6---Unidentified fragments [poetry, menus, notes]

 

BOX 5: IHP STOCKTON & STANFORD UNIV. MEMORABILIA

 

I.5.1.1---Stockton years: memorabilia

 

A) By-laws, Morning Star Lodge No. 68, Masons, 1872:::::::

 

B) "A service of thanksgiving & prayer commemorative of the 100th anniversary of American independence," 1876:::::::

 

C) 4th public rehearsal, Stockton Choral Society, 1887 [2]:::::::

 

D) 2d anniv., lst Congregational church, 1891:::::::

 

E) Melvin H. Orr/Pamela E. Ladd wedding, 1892:::::::

 

F) 1st Congregational church program, 1903:::::::

 

G) 37th encampment, Rawlins Post 23, GAR, 1903:::::::

 

H) Newton Rutherford, Eagles membership cert., 1905:::::::

 

I) Stockton High School commencement program, 1909:::::::

 

J) Memorial Day, 1910:::::::

 

K) "Best wishes to Little Miss Drowne-Henderson Pond," c1922:::::::

 

L) Lorraine Cutting/Chas. Mack wedding, 1924:::::::

 

M) Georgea A. Catts/Edwin B. Fuld wedding, 1927:::::::

 

N) E. Holden calling card, c1930 [w/ notes on E.S. Holden]:::::::

 

O) "Lighted Candles," by Stockton Poetry Society, 1940:::::::

 

P) Recommendations of Citizens' Advisory Committee, Stockton::::::: School Board, 1947

 

Q) Geraldine C. Kennedy/Jeremy C. Cole wedding, 1951:::::::

 

R) Dee Morton Hays studio tea, 1952:::::::

 

S) Mabel Rubin drawings of Stockton homes exhibit, 1952:::::::

 

T) Frances Alice Mack/Philip C. Bush wedding, 1954:::::::

 

U) Nineteenth Century Club program, 1960/61:::::::

 

I.5.1.2---Stockton years: Yosemite Club--Constitution & By-laws, n.d. [c1890s?]

 

I.5.1.3---Stockton years: IHP's Book of Common Prayer, c1897

 

I.5.1.4---Stockton years: IHP's New Testament, 1898

 

I.5.1.5---Stockton years: IHP's Hymnal, c1898

 

I.5.1.6---Stockton years: IHP's autograph book, 1903

 

I.5.1.7---IHP Stockton High School sorority materials, 1909

 

I.5.1.8---Stockton years: dance programs, 1909-11

 

I.5.1.9---Stockton years: Picture postcards [chiefly California & Pittsfield, Mass.]

 

i.5.2.1---Stanford University: Dance programs, 1910/11 [social organizations incl. Encina Club, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi fraternities and Alpha Phi, Gamma Phi Beta, Pi Beta Phi and Kappa Alpha Theta sororities]

 

I.5.2.2---Stanford University: Dance programs, 1912-14

 

I.5.2.3---Stanford University: Party invitations, 1910

 

I.5.2.4---Stanford University: Do., 1911

 

I.5.2.6---Stanford University: Do., 1912

 

I.5.2.7---Stanford University: leather book mark

 

BOX 6: HENDERSON/DROWN FAMILIES---MEMORABILIA

 

i.6.1---Hymnal publ. Springfield (Mass.?), 1829

 

I.6.2---Notebook containing ruminations on the Deity (author unidentified), late 19thc

 

I.6.3---Edwin Markham & his family--Misc. docs.

 

I.6.4---"Boston Bill; Or, the Mad Mountaineer," 1881 [dime novel]

 

I.6.5---Misc. art exhibitions

 

A) Elmer E. Garnsey, n.d.:::::::

 

B) Huntington Library, 1957:::::::

 

C) Thomas Rowlandson, 1957:::::::

 

D) Oakland Museum, 1960

 

I.6.6---Misc. concert & theatre programs

 

A) Fritz Kreisler, 1915:::::::

 

B) Omar, the Tentmaker, 1915:::::::

 

C) Mme. Butterfly, 1916:::::::

 

D) Agnes Boone, dance program, 1930:::::::

 

E) Ruth St. Dennis, dance program, 1945:::::::

 

I.6.7---Misc. unrelated publ.

 

A) San Joaquin County Schools. "Course of study in reading," 1934:::::::

 

B) lst Annual Institute, Calif. History Foundation, 1948:::::::

 

C) The Call Number 19:1 (Fall 1957):::::::

 

D) Oregon El. Principals' Assn. Multiple roles of the elementary principal, 1957:::::::

 

I.6.8---Baker, Oregon---History clippings, 1959/60

 

i.6.9---California history---misc. publ.

 

A) Manual of Cumberland Presbyterian Church, San Jose, c1877:::::::

 

B) Rev. H.C. Haydon. "The Work: American Board," 1881:::::::

 

C) Evelyn Thurston & IHP. "History of San Joaquin County & Stockton," c1935 [for use by 4th graders in public schools]:::::::

 

D) "Nevada in 1856" [litho reproduced, 1935]:::::::

 

E) "A final bottle of champagne--another old mansion dies," SF Chronicle (8/12/54):::::::

 

F) Mills College. "Some drought-tolerant California native plants for the garden," n.d.

 

I.6.10-California tourism

 

A) "Redwood forest is feature of Oakland park," n.p., n.d. [c1930]:::::::

 

B) Winchester Mystery House, n.d. [1930s]:::::::

 

C) Motorland (May 1933) [fragments]:::::::

 

D) "Yosemite National Park," 1936:::::::

 

E) Yosemite visitor's guide, 1937:::::::

 

F) "Yosemite calls me back," 1951

 

I.6.11-Portraits of famous Californians [unident.]

 

I.6.12-IHP Stockton High diploma

 

I.6.13-Drown Family genealogies [4 blueprints]

 

BOX 7: POND/MCHENRY FAMILY---BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

 

i.7.1.1----Pond Family: McHenry/Pond genealogy

 

i.7.1.2----Pond Family: Adm. Chas. F. Pond (1856-1929)---Clippings

 

I.7.1.3----Pond Family: Emma McHenry Pond (1857-1934)---Clippings

 

I.7.1.4----Pond Family: Chas. McH. Pond (1882-19??)---Clippings

 

I.7.1.5----Pond Family: Elizabeth Keith Pond (d. 1955)---Biographical

 

I.7.1.6----Pond Family: Do.---"The William Keith Miscellanea" [poems], 1931

 

I.7.1.7----Pond Family: Do.---Scrapbooks, clippings, corresp.

 

A) Notebook of poems:::::::

 

B) Alice G. Howard. "Yours," 1900:::::::

 

C) Benjamin P. Kurtz. "Joseph Cummings Rowell," 1938

 

I.7.2.1----McHenry Family: John McHenry (1809-1880)---Biographical

 

I.7.1.2----McHenry Family: Ellen J. Metcalf McHenry (1827-1922)---Published poetry

 

I.7.1.3----McHenry Family: Do.---Manuscript poetry

 

I.7.1.4----McHenry Family: Do.---Corresp., 1868

 

I.7.1.5----McHenry Family: Other McHenrys

 

A) James McHenry (1753-1816):::::::

 

B) Elizabeth H. McHenry Samare (1847-1907):::::::

 

C) John McHenry, architect (1858-1935)

 

BOX 8: POND/MCHENRY FAMILIES---MEMORABILIA

 

i.8.1.1----Pond Family: memorabilia

 

A) Univ. Calif. Class Day program, 1876:::::::

 

B) Univ. Calif. Commencement program, 1876:::::::

 

C) GAR encampment, Berkeley, 1910

 

I.8.1.2----Pond Family: unidentified pencil sketches [probably by Elizabeth Keith Pond]

 

I.8.1.3----Pond Family: Oil sketch of parrot [probably by Elizabeth Keith Pond]

 

i.8.2.1----McHenry Family: The Lost Cause: A Confederate War Record (1902-03) [4 issues]

 

I.8.2.2----McHenry Family: Scrapbook pertaining to US History [Southern bias], c1860-1920s

 

I.8.2.3----McHenry Family: Miscellany

 

A) "Town's Speller," n.d. [signed 'Emma McHenry']:::::::

 

B) John Howell. "Lure & lore of the West," n.d.:::::::

 

C) [book sale catalog, incl. (p. 13) law books from John McHenry library]:::::::

 

D) The Last Days 23:12 (Dec 1920) [incl. Ellen McHenry poem, p.7]:::::::

 

E) Rudyard Kipling. "The seal national anthem" together w/ clipping about seal extermination (1911)

 

SERIES II: INEZ HENDERSON POND WRITINGS

 

BOX 1: NOTES FOR LOCAL HISTORY ESSAYS

 

ii.1.1----Early settlers of Stockton, Calif. [blue spiral notebook]

 

ii.1.2----Notebook of newspaper coverage San Joaquin County & foothills, 1850s [torn black leatherette covers]

 

ii.1.3----Notebook on library history in Calif. ["Ye Liberty Bell" No.761]

 

ii.1.4----Notebook of newspaper coverage, San Joaquin County & foothills, 1850s ["Compositions" mottled black & white paper covers]

 

ii.1.6----Notebook on SJ Co. agricultural [black leatherette; typescript]

 

ii.1.7----Material on E.S. Holden & steamer "Oregon" (1849-50)

 

ii.1.8----City of Stockton---statistical info, 1920s-30s

 

ii.1.9----San Joaquin County notes #1

 

ii.1.10--Do. #2

 

ii.1.11--Do. #3

 

ii.1.12--Chamber of Commerce---History

 

ii.1.13--Other notes from Stockton newspapers

 

ii.1.14--"Stevenson's Regiment in California by Francis D. Clark"

 

ii.1.15--Misc. notes

 

BOX 2: STOCKTON CH. OF COMMERCE SQUIBS & OTHER SAN JOAQUIN CO. ARTICLES [typescript drafts unless otherwise indicated]

 

ii.2.1----Roster of articles & squibs placed in 1932

 

ii.2.2----SJ Co. articles: Special topics (1932)

 

A) Leading hotels, restaurants, etc. in Stockton.:::::::

 

B) Charles Thomas' rammed earth home in Burkett Acres:::::::

 

C) SJ Co. airports:::::::

 

D) "The Battle of Waterloo":::::::

 

E) SJ Co. Fair:::::::

 

F) "1732--Bicentennial Year, Stockton, Calif.--1932":::::::

 

G) Haggin Museum:::::::

 

H) "Public projects in Stockton in 1932"::::::::

 

I) "The College of the Pacific celebrates 75th::::::: commencement"

 

J) The History of Capt. Weber's land patent:::::::

 

K) The Story of the San Joaquin River:::::::

 

L) Gold Rush express companies:::::::

 

M) The Stockton Police Dept.:::::::

 

N) The Stockton National Guard:::::::

 

O) "Field & stream--sure Stockton sportsmen":::::::

 

P) Stockton Female Seminary:::::::

 

Q) "The Delta Lands":::::::

 

R) "Westward Ho on the San Joaquin River":::::::

 

S) "Hospitality played a large part in the early history of Tracy"

 

ii.2.3----Stockton Deep Water Port, 1932, fol. #1

 

ii.2.4----Do., fol. #2

 

ii.2.5----Ch. of Commerce columns from Port News, 1932-33

 

ii.2.6----A.M. Robertson, Pres. Stockton. Ch. of C. "Stockton--Past, present & Future," 6/32. [speech given by AMR as part of dedication ceremony for Stockton Federal Bldg.; by IHP]

 

ii.2.7----Stockton: General sketches for Ch. of Commerce applications

 

A) "Stockton: The gateway to interior California":::::::

 

B) "Material prepared for 'Dobbsie' broadcast over Columbia network from Fox-California Theatre...":::::::

 

C) "Stockton":::::::

 

D) "Exploring the thousand miles of inland streams...," 1931:::::::

 

E) "Fishermen are getting out their rods...," 1932:::::::

 

F) "Stockton, The Home City---Its points of interest," 1933:::::::

 

G) "Stockton, The hub of central California":::::::

 

H) "In 1841, when the fields of the San Joaquin Valley...," 1933:::::::

 

I) "Stockton, whose roots reach deep into the historic soil...":::::::

 

J) "Long before the era of the white man...":::::::

 

K) "San Joaquin County & its resources":::::::

 

L) "San Joaquin County":::::::

 

M) "Signposts to Stockton's prosperity":::::::

 

N) "Stockton--Pioneer outpost on the San Joaquin":::::::

 

O) "Original personal radio talk, Rhodora Club":::::::

 

P) "Stockton--City of romance & pioneer pluck"::::::::

 

Q) "For Masonic Trestle Board":::::::

 

R) "Stockton: An inland port":::::::

 

S) "...coming to the crest of the coast range hills...":::::::

 

T) "Stockton: Gateway city of the San Joaquin Valley":::::::

 

U) "Stockton, oldest city in the San Joaquin Valley...":::::::

 

V) "Speech for Mr. Robertson, RPO, Apr 30":::::::

 

W) "Stockton--Portal of the San Joaquin"

 

ii.2.8----Stockton typescripts

 

A) "Stockton goes to the theater, pioneer style":::::::

 

B) "Stockton, 90 miles inland from the Golden Gate":::::::

 

C) "The port":::::::

 

D) "Life in the growing city":::::::

 

E) "Stockton--Oldest city in the San Joaquin Valley":::::::

 

F) "Honors in leadership go to Stockton State Hospital"::::::

 

G) "Stockton--The Home City w/ an industrial future":::::::

 

H) "Important dates in the founding of Stockton":::::::

 

I) "The floods":::::::

 

J) "Capt. Weber--The man who founded the city":::::::

 

K) "Stockton: The gateway to the mines":::::::

 

L) "Stockton: The Indian days":::::::

 

M) "Advertising directed to the feminine element":::::::

 

N) "Romance colored the simplest activities"

 

ii.2.9----"French Camp---an outpost of the Canadian trappers"

 

ii.2.10--Chas. M. Weber, III. Speech on occasion of laying of cornerstone of Stkn Federal Bldg., 6/32. [by IHP?]

 

ii.2.11--Stockton Regatta sketches

 

ii.2.12--"Stars of the Big Top on the golden trail" [Gold Rush circuses; many drafts w/ pencil corrections]

 

ii.2.13--California other---typescripts & manuscripts

 

ii.2.14--Fragmentary pencil drafts

 

ii.2.15--"With a man in sight for every event..." [sports journalism; possibly a student exercise]

 

ii.2.16--"Egypt & her possibilities" [possibly a student exercise]

 

BOX 3: UNPUBLISHED LITERARY ESSAYS & FICTION

 

ii.3.1----"A mountain fire," Guard & Tackle (1909) [Stockton High School]

 

ii.3.2----Literary essays on 19th & 20th c. British & American writers, fol. #1

 

ii.3.3----Do., fol. #2

 

ii.3.4----"You American women are cold!..." [short story]

 

ii.3.5----"Little Miss Pilgrim" and other stories & sketches by "Hannah Thorne"

 

A) "Wedding music":::::::

 

B) "Indians":::::::

 

C) "Hostage":::::::

 

D) "Personally conducted"

 

ii.3.6----"Part I: Pioneer Days" [portion of play set in 19th c. Stockton]

 

ii.3.7----"Part II: The sentimental '70's"

 

ii.3.8----unidentified play fragment, pp. 47-91 [set in Stockton, incl. character "Chips Hale"]

 

ii.3.9----"Buffalo! The cry was taken up from wagon to wagon" [fragment of novel about plains crossing]

 

ii.3.10--"Sally Love draped the folds of her India shawl..." [fragment of novel about plains crossing]

 

ii.3.11--unidentified novel fragment about Isthmus crossing & settlement of Stockton, Chapt. 1-5 [incl. character "Chips Hale"]

 

ii.3.12--"The story of Zicky (Zuleika)," 1952 [about Mrs. Mary McH. Keith]

 

ii.3.13--"Grandma knits a story: Willow District School"

 

ii.3.14--Notes & drafts for fiction projects

 

BOX 4: PUBLISHED ARTICLES ON LOCAL HISTORY TOPICS [clipped from Stockton Record or Stockton Independent unless otherwise indicated]

 

ii.4.1----Undated (6)

 

ii.4.2----1930 (47)

 

ii.4.3----1931 (51)

 

ii.4.4----1932 (45)

 

ii.4.5----1933 (35)

 

ii.4.6----1934 (36)

 

ii.4.7----1935 (11)

 

ii.4.8----Inez Pond's Stockton Record articles mentioned in Oakland Tribune (6-1-30)

 

ii.4.9----"The Big Trees of old Calaveras County...," Santa Fe Magazine (Sep 1932)

 

ii.4.10--"Trails of the pioneer," Motor Land (May 1931) [Murphys, Calaveras Co.]

 

ii.4.11--"City created by magic of situation," The Masonic World 13:2 (Aug 1931)

 

BOX 5: MOTHER LODE ARTICLES & NOTES; LOCAL HISTORY CLIPPINGS

 

ii.5.1----Mother Lode sketches

 

A) "Historic Murphys":::::::

 

B) "Calaveras, land of romance...":::::::

 

C) "Lofty sentinels that sheltered the mammoth creatures..."[Calaveras Big Trees]:::::::

 

D) "Summer time is holiday time in Stockton" [misc. Sierra sidetrips]:::::::

 

E) "Follow the trail of the pioneer..." [Calaveras & Tuolumne misc.]:::::::

 

F) "When Mark Twain sat in the barroom of the old Tryon Hotel..."::::::: [Jumping Frog contest]

 

G) "A woman once asked, `Who is that Mother Lode...'"[Calaveras misc.]:::::::

 

H) "Crinoline days and ways live again for the visitor..." [Murphys]

 

ii.5.2----Pencil drafts: Placerville--Special topics

 

A) Calif. troops in Civil War:::::::

 

B) John Studebaker:::::::

 

C) "Odd place names of El Dorado Co.":::::::

 

D) "The old bell":::::::

 

E) Christian Science Church:::::::

 

F) Will O. Upton, Old-timer of Placerville:::::::

 

G) Misc. Placerville churches

 

ii.5.3----Calaveras Big Trees State Park dedication, 1935?

 

ii.5.4----Biographical clippings, Calif. personalities [possibly saved because of association w/ Wm. Keith]

 

A) Chas. Keeler, Berkeley poet (1937):::::::

 

B) John & Joseph LeConte (1940):::::::

 

C) John Muir (1925; 1953):::::::

 

D) Lillie V. O'Ryan, sculptress (1924)

 

ii.5.5----Mother Lode Misc.

 

SERIES III: Materials relating to William Keith & his family

 

BOX 1: KEITH FAMILY BIOGRAPHICAL MATERIALS

 

iii.1.1.1----WILLIAM KEITH: Writings

 

iii.1.1.2----WILLIAM KEITH: Lecture by, 1894 or 95

 

iii.1.1.3----WILLIAM KEITH: Lists of works

 

iii.1.1.4----WILLIAM KEITH: Prints of various paintings

 

iii.1.1.5----WILLIAM KEITH: Bibliography

 

iii.1.1.6----WILLIAM KEITH: Writings about, folder 1

 

iii.1.1.7----WILLIAM KEITH: Writings about, folder 2

 

iii.1.1.8----WILLIAM KEITH: Business cards & invitations

 

iii.1.1.9----WILLIAM KEITH: Exhibition catalogs

 

iii.1.1.10--WILLIAM KEITH: Oakland Museum. An introduction to the art of William Keith

 

iii.1.1.11--WILLIAM KEITH: Keith Family Miscellany

 

iii.1.1.12--WILLIAM KEITH: Keith Art Assn. Bulletins v. 1-4 (1946-51); descr. brochure

 

iii.1.1.13--WILLIAM KEITH: Do.

 

iii.1.1.14--WILLIAM KEITH: William Dallam Armes. The man with a hoe. [essay on the famous Millet painting inscribed to Keith by author]

 

iii.1.2.1----MARY MCHENRY KEITH: Biographical

 

iii.1.2.2----MARY MCHENRY KEITH: Correspondence

 

iii.1.2.3----MARY MCHENRY KEITH: Shelflist of her library

 

iii.1.2.4----MARY MCHENRY KEITH: Cello recital programs

 

iii.1.2.5----MARY MCHENRY KEITH: Essay on her husband's character

 

iii.1.2.6----MARY MCHENRY KEITH: Clippings

 

BOX 2: CLIPPINGS RELATING TO WILLIAM KEITH

 

iii.2.1----WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: During his lifetime, c1900-11

 

iii.2.2----WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Obituaries

 

iii.2.3----WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Funeral

 

iii.2.4----WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Will

 

iii.2.5----WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Anecdotes, trivia, relata

 

iii.2.6----WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Retrospective exposition, 1912-13

 

iii.2.7----WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Exhibit at SF World's Fair, 1940

 

iii.2.8----WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Misc. paintings & exhibitions

 

iii.2.9----WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Keith Memorial Hall, St. Mary's College, Moraga, Calif.

 

iii.2.10--WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Biography by Brother Cornelius, 1942

 

iii.2.11--WILLIAM KEITH CLIPPINGS: Homesite plaque, 1954

 

BOX 3: KEITH MEMORIAL SKETCH CLUB PAPERS, 1925-1936

 

iii.3.1----"The Record of the William Keith Memorial Sketch Club of Berkeley," Apr 1925-May 1928 ["Blue & Gold Composition No. 2347" paper covers]

 

iii.3.2----"The Record of the William Keith Memorial Sketch Club of Berkeley," Sep 1928-May 1931 [black paper cover w/ photo landscape pasted on front]

 

iii.3.3----Sketch Club Record Book III, 1931-33 [black covers w/ 2 ring binding]

 

iii.3.4----"The William Keith Memorial Sketch Club of Berkeley and San Francisco---Record Book IV," Feb 1934-Nov 1936 [grey-blue paper cover w/ photo forest landscape on front]

 

iii.3.5----"The Sketch Club's Book of Verses"

 

iii.3.6----"Reflections" by Pauline Webley Morgan

 

SERIES IV: PHOTOGRAPHS AND PAINTINGS (1.5 linear feet)

 

Box 1: Pond Family

Abstract: Including photographs of: Admiral Charles Fremont Pond, Emma McHenry Pond, Elizabeth "Bessie" Keith Pond, Charles McHenry Pond. Admiral Pond's photographs from Berkeley, Lake Tahoe, Alaska, Fort Ozama, Guam, Honolulu, Manila, Japan, Mare Island, Midway Island, China, San Domingo, Yerba Buena, San Francisco Earthquake and Fire 1906.
 

Box 2: Pond, Keith, Henderson, McHenry, Hay, Metcalfe, Ramsey, Clark Families

Abstract: Including photographs of: Inez Henderson Pond, Chad Pond, Mary Virginia Pond, William Keith, Mary McHenry Keith, Judge John McHenry, Ellen Metcalfe McHenry, William Hay, Emily Hay, Alan Ramsey, Elizabeth Clark.Two William Keith paintings, "Mary McHenry Keith" and "San Mateo Creek" hang at Holt-Atherton Special Collections.Oversize photo portrait of William Keith by W.E. Dassomniu with oversized materials in map case (Sept. 2010)
 

Box 3: Henderson, Drown, Trethwartha families, and miscellaneous indentified and unidentified photographs from the Pond Collection.