Jump to Content

Collection Guide
Collection Title:
Collection Number:
Get Items:
Register of the Lampson (Robin) Collection, 1868-1975
Mss56  
View entire collection guide What's This?
PDF (79.69 Kb) HTML
Search this collection
 
 
Table of contents What's This?

Container List

 

BOX ONE: CLIPPINGS, AUDIO TAPES & MEMORABILIA

 

1.1-Miscellaneous clippings about Lampson's activities (1934-41)

 

a- "Relics Will Be Shown at Mills", Oakland Tribune (3-1-34) [William Morris]

 

b-"Robin Lampson Visits Sacramento" Pacific Bindery Talk 8:5 (1-36)

 

c-"Poet to tell of argonauts Monday night," The Daily Californian (7-10-36)

 

d-"Fan-about-town," SF Chronicle (8-4-36)

 

e-"Peninsula Art Notes," Burlingame Advance-Star (11-28-36)

 

f-"Fall Occident to appear today," Daily Californian (12-3-36)

 

g-"Lampson Contracts To Write New Novel", Carmel Pine Cone (1-22-37)

 

h-"Lampson Lectures", SF News (1-26-37)

 

i-"Robin Lampson busy," San Jose Mercury-Herald (2-14-37)

 

j-"Poets Publish Verse", Berkeley Gazette (4-15-37)

 

k-"Robin Lampson to lecture on material in unpublished book," Daily Californian (7- 9-37)

 

l-"Local notes," Oakland Post-Enquirer (7-10-37)

 

m-"Author to set lecture," Alameda Times-Star (7-12-37)

 

n-"Robin Lampson to lecture on campus," Berkeley Gazette (7-12-37)

 

o-"Robin Lampson to read poems at UC," SF Examiner (7-12-37)

 

p-"Poet will talk on new book," Daily Californian (7-13-37)

 

q-"Robin Lampson at U.C. Hall," SF Examiner (7-14-37)

 

r-"Noted writer in Wheeler lecture," Daily Californian (7-23-37)

 

s-"Berkeley poet finds east lures & claims Bay talent,"Oakland Tribune (9-11-37)

 

t-"Old West lives again...," Oakland Tribune (11-28-37)

 

u-"Robin Lampson wins new poetry honors", Berkeley Gazette (1-6-39)

 

v-"School For Poets Now Offered", Berkeley Record (1-6-39)

 

w-"Poem by Lampson Wins Recognition", Oakland Tribune (1-9-39)

 

x-"Book-and-Author Gossip:", SF Chronicle (1-10-39)

 

y-"Berkeley Poet Gets National Recognition", SF Mission Enterprise (1-13-39)

 

z-[Lampson appearance announcement], Berkeley Courier (1-14-39)

 

aa-[same as previous] Albany, Calif. Enterprise (1-19-39)

 

bb-"Out of Print", The Carmel Cymbal (12-8-39) [2 items,incl. photo]

 

cc-"So Many Books!" Oakland Tribune (7-24-41)

 

1.2-"THE QUESTION MARK COLUMN" THE INDEPENDENT [Richmond, Calif.] (1969) [15 contributions by and references to Robin Lampson]

 

1.3-CLIPPINGS SAVED BY RL DUE TO PERSONAL INTEREST

 

a-"A Pioneer of Calaveras Co.," Mother Lode Magnet (5-31-11) [obit. of RL's grandfather]

 

b-"Born Free-Lion cub's journey," SF Chronicle (4-8-66)

 

c-"To have lived in vain...," The Almanac (10-21-66)

 

d-"A man to remember," [John Steinbeck] SF Chronicle (1-5-69)

 

e-"Local Plan to Stop Flood Havoc Is Advanced", The Independent (4-16-69)

 

f-"In Yosemite Valley It's Suddenly 1970," SF Chronicle (5-11-69)

 

g-"Robin Lampson Speaker For Soroptimists", The Independent (10-7-69)

 

h-"48th annual dinner draws 160 poets" Independent-Gazette (3-21-74)

 

1.4-AUDIO CASSETTES [11]

 

a-"At Russ Whitings"

 

b-"Robin Lampson Oct. 17, 1970, Coolbrith Banquet; readings from Death Loses A pair of Wings"

 

c-do.

 

d-"Robin Lampson & M.F.L. [Margaret Fraser Lampson, his wife] talking and reading"

 

e-"Special talk about Judah in California and yellow fever at Columbia and U.O.P in 1971"

 

f-"'The Man Who Gave the Golden Spike'," written and recorded by Robin Lampson, plus a tribute to D. Hewes by Jim Sleeper

 

g-"Backstage of a Biography by Robin Lampson, plus recording of Death loses a pair of wings"

 

h-"Robin Lampson reading 'A Casual Stroll on Telegraph Hill', plus New Vistas article on opening of Silverado Museum in St. Helena"

 

i-"Poems by Margaret Fraser Lampson, read by her on December 14, 1970"

 

j-"M.F.L.- one"

 

k-"M.F.L's poems, August 24, 1971"

 

1.5-MEMORABILIA

 

a-envelope addressed to Miss Faith Fraser of Hewitt Hall, Barnard College, N.Y. [sister-in-law to Lampson includes: newsclippings; "Grades of Intelligence" by Mary A. Holt and "Why the Bostonian Lost Out" by Denis A. McCarthy (1927)]

 

b-University of California, Phi Beta Kappa Annual Public Address [poster]

 

c-Tom Hood. The Rhymester (1905). [RL copy a gift of H.K. Cummings, to whom he later dedicated sonnets]

 

d-San Francisco Souvenir letter by RL, n.d. [probably 1938]

 

e-list of lecture topics, n.d. [late 1930s]

 

f-Robin Lampson education and experience sketch, n.d. [c1940]

 

g-RL Letterhead

 

h-Leaflet on East Bay Collectors Club [postage stamps]

 

i-Laughter out of the ground [publisher's cover design]

 

j-Gleeson Library "Nuremberg Chronicles" exhibit program

 

k-handwritten "Why I Collect Stamps" by RL written on New York Delta, Phi Beta Kappa invitation to initiation of Dwight David Eisenhower

 

l-Notice for Estate hearing requested by Everett Lampson, brother of Robin, for estate of Augustus Lampson, 11-24-61

 

BOX IIA: POETRY--WRITINGS & PUBLICATIONS

 

2a.1-MANUSCRIPTS: "Sonnets to Cummings" (1916-19) [9x7 binder]

 

2a.2-MANUSCRIPTS: Sonnets (1916-19); Notes, jottings, fragments (1933-34) [9x7 binder]

 

2a.3-MANUSCRIPTS:"Sonnets to F.T.R." [Frances Teresa Russell] (1921, 31)

 

2a.4-MANUSCRIPTS: Terza rima sonnets (1931-33) [9x7 binder]

 

a-"Conscious of Mortality"

 

b-"Invocation"

 

c-"How Long the Sunlight"

 

d-"The Truth About Beauty"

 

e-"To English Poetry"

 

f-"To a Famous Man Dying"

 

g-"On Consciousness I & II"

 

h-"Outraged Hand"

 

i-"Maxim Gorky Loves the Sun"

 

j-"Prayer For a Song I & II"

 

k-"Only the Happy"

 

l-"No Night Annuls"

 

m-"A Woman Protests"

 

n-Sonnets To Margaret [6]

 

o-Pagination

 

2a.5-MANUSCRIPTS:"Submissions to magazines" (1917-39) [9x7 binder]

 

2a.6-MANUSCRIPTS:"Two poems from 'Death loses a pair of wings'": "Night Is No Haven" and "Bitter, Sunlight and Earth";"Prologue from pt. 5 of Laughter out of the ground"

 

2a.7-MANUSCRIPTS:"Julia Altrocchi"

 

a-two 3"x4" photographs of Robin Lampson

 

b-tribute to Julia Cooley Altrocchi, written by Robin Lampson; read at UOP Institute and Writers Conference Luncheon, April 7, 1973

 

2a.8-PUBLISHED POETRY: author's copy of "The Mending of a Continent"

 

2a.9-PUBLISHED POETRY:"After the Prickings and Half-Hurts", Prologue part 5 of "Laughter out of the Ground"; "Redirect to D.J. Hall's Response to Lampson on 'Macbeth's Response'"

 

2a.10-PUBLISHED POETRY:"When I behold a clock that tells the time..." Kaleidograph (11-32)

 

2a.11-PUBLISHED POETRY:"The sail" [tr. from Lermontov] Westward (8-33)

 

2a.12-PUBLISHED POETRY:"The Mending of a continent" [author's special illuminated copy]

 

2a.13-PUBLISHED POETRY:"The mending of a continent," Best poems of 1937

 

2a.14-PUBLISHED POETRY:"Sometimes I envy the blind," Best poems of 1938

 

2a.15-PUBLISHED POETRY:"Before Balboa," The North America Book of Verse, v. 3 (1939)

 

2a.16-PUBLISHED POETRY:"To keep our scorn immortal," The North America Book of Verse,v.3 (1939)

 

2a.17-PUBLISHED POETRY:"How long the sunlight," The Theosophical Forum (5-47)

 

2a.18-PUBLISHED: San Francisco Souvenir by Robin Lampson (1938)

 

2a.19-PUBLISHED: On Reaching Sixteen and Other Verses by M. Robbins Lampson (1916)

 

2a.20-PUBLISHED: A Song of Pindar in Hades by Robin Lampson (1935) large format (stored with oversize collections)

 

BOX IIB: CRITICICAL WRITINGS & REVIEWS

 

2b.1-ESSAYS & CRITICISM:"Poetic grist," Westward 3:1 (Aug 1933)

 

2b.2-ESSAYS & CRITICISM:"The myth of only one true sonata form," Fantasy (1936)

 

2b.3-ESSAYS & CRITICISM:"A writer's view," Oakland Tribune (11-4-38)

 

2b.4-ESSAYS & CRITICISM:"The Lyre Versus The Opinion Mill" California Monthly (11-41)

 

2b.5-ESSAYS & CRITICISM:"Could it have been called Shakespeare's hoist with his own petard?," CEA Critic 36 (3-74)

 

2b.6-REVIEWS:"POETIC VIEWPOINT," [Robin Lampson, editor/critic] BERKELEY COURIER (1933-1935)

 

a-(4-26-33) [5 reviews, incl.: Tennyson; Mildred Anderson; Nell Wilson]]

 

b-(5-10-33) [5 reviews, incl.: Claire Thomson; Jo Woodfin; Kate Archer; Rosalie Moore & Helen Lehman]

 

c-(8-2-33) [5 reviews, incl.: Thomas Vaughan; Winifred Stewart; Arthur Merrill; Dora Hagemeyer; Lori Petri]

 

d-(9-1-34) [6 reviews, incl.: Anne Hamilton; Carl Burklund; Donald Paquette; Charles Ballard; Mabel Mays]

 

e-(9-8-34) [4 reviews, incl.: William Leonard; Raymond Kresensky; Lawrence Harper]

 

f-(9-15-34) [5 reviews, incl.: Mabel Mays; Ellen Campbell; Douglas Branch; Frost; Chaucer]

 

g-(9-22-34) [6 reviews, incl.: Martha Weiss; Joyce Hoeft; RL; Florence Hult]

 

h-(9-29-34) [4 reviews, incl.: Constance Lewis]

 

i-(10-6-34) [5 reviews, incl.: Stanley Blackpool; Lew Sarett; Keith Thomas; Winifred Stewart]

 

j-(10-13-34) [7 reviews, incl.: Don Blanding; Louise Barber; Charles Malam; Paul Engle]

 

k-(10-20-34) [2 reviews, incl.: Jeffers; Derrick Lehmer]

 

l-(10-27-34) [5 reviews, incl.: Tessa Webb; Maria Lorenzini; Elsa Gidlow

 

m-(11-10-34) [1 review]

 

n-(11-17-34) [5 reviews, incl: Kate Archer; Strickland Gilliland; Vachel Lindsay]

 

o-(11-24-34) [5 reviews, incl.: Mabel Mayers]

 

p-(12-1-34) [1 review, incl.: John Keats]

 

q-(12-8-34) [5 reviews, incl.: Tessa Webb; Mary Provines; Arthur Price; Pearl Mayefsky]

 

r-(12-15-34 ) [3 reviews, incl.: Virginia Ferguson; Walter Kidd]

 

s-(12-22-34) [5 reviews, incl.: Harriet Monroe; Thomas Tusser; Shakespeare; Scott; Tennyson; Clement C. Moore; Thomas Chubb; RL]

 

t-(12-29-34) [4 reviews, incl.: Edna Millay; Paul Engle; Keith Thomas]

 

u-(1-5-35) [4 reviews, incl.: Loverne Wilson; Raymond Larsson; Nora Mahon]

 

v-(1-12-35) [3 reviews, incl.: RL on terza rima]

 

w-(1-19-35) [5 reviews, incl.: Wilder Bentley; Harriet Monroe; Maxine Wilson; Georgia Lockwood]

 

x-(1-24-35) [6 reviews, incl.: Bonaro Overstreet; Edna Yelland]

 

y-(2-2-35) [4 reviews, incl.: Jeffers; Stevens]

 

z-(2-9-35) [8 reviews, incl.: Grace Minard; Helen Hunter; Nora Mahon; Leon Richardson; Mabel Mays]

 

aa-(2-16-35) [6 reviews, incl.: Claude McKay; Marie Welch]

 

bb-(2-23-35) [6 reviews, incl.: RL; Derrick Lehmer]

 

cc-(3-2-35) [4 reviews, incl.: RL; Eunice Lehmer; Arthur Price; Carol Egland]

 

dd-(3-9-35) [5 reviews, incl.: Edna Yelland; Gretchen Van Rumble]

 

ee-(3-30-35) [6 reviews, incl.: Wilder Bentley, RL]

 

ff-(4-6-35) [4 reviews, incl.: Claire Thomson]

 

gg-(4-13-35) [1 review on terza rima]

 

hh-(4-20-35) [3 reviews, incl.: Marie Welch; Ruth De Menezes]

 

ii-(6-8-35) [4 reviews, incl.: Margaret Trusler; Yetza Gillespie]

 

jj-(6-15-35) [3 reviews, incl.: Mary Arden; Ernest Hemingway; RL]

 

kk-(6-29-35) [4 reviews, incl.: Noboru Itamura; Arthur Price; Margaret Fraser]

 

ll-(7-6-35) [4 reviews, incl.: Noboru Itamura; Margaret Fraser; RL]

 

mm-(7-13-35) [3 reviews, incl.: Genevieve Taggard; RL]

 

nn-(7-20-35) [5 reviews, incl.: Chard Smith; Russell Loines; Dorothy Bennett]

 

00-(8-3-35) [2 reviews, incl.: Katherine Chapin; Kenneth Robinson]

 

pp-(8-10-35) [3 reviews, incl.: Margaret Fraser; David Greenhood; Laura Everett]

 

qq-(8-17-35) [3 reviews, incl.: Benjamin Musser; Margaret Trusler]

 

rr-(8-24-35) [2 reviews, incl.: W.R. Benet; Ted Olson]

 

ss-(8-31-35) [3 reviews, incl.: Yeats; Lori Petri; RL]

 

tt-(9-7-35) [5 reviews, incl.: Bonard Overstreet; Alex Schmidt; RL]

 

uu-(9-14-35) [2 reviews, incl.: Charles Malam; RL]

 

vv-(9-21-35) [4 reviews, incl.: Beulah May]

 

ww-(9-28-35) [4 reviews, incl.: Stanley Ferber; Janet Calhoun; I.E. Nelson; RL]

 

xx-(10-5-35) [3 reviews, incl.: Sir Wm. Watson; Margaret Fraser]

 

yy-(10-12-35) [3 reviews, incl.: RL]

 

zz-(10-19-35) [5 reviews, incl.: Tom Bair; Beulah May]

 

2b.7-CRITICAL WRITINGS ABOUT ROBIN LAMPSON: Charles Scribner's Sons. "Laughter out of the ground," Scribner's Fall Books, 1935

 

2b.8-CRITICAL WRITINGS ABOUT ROBIN LAMPSON: Dorothy Fraser. "Laughter out of the ground," The Occident (1935)

 

2b.9-CRITICAL WRITINGS ABOUT ROBIN LAMPSON: Constance D. Lewis. "Laughter out of the ground," Shards (1936)

 

2b.10-CRITICAL WRITINGS ABOUT ROBIN LAMPSON: Bonaro W. Overstreet. "More music than gold," Voices 84 (Winter 1936)

 

2b.11-CRITICAL WRITINGS ABOUT ROBIN LAMPSON: Charles Scribner's Sons. "Death loses a pair of wings," Scribner Fall Book List, 1939

 

2b.12-CRITICAL WRITINGS ABOUT ROBIN LAMPSON: Anne Hamilton. The Seven Principles of Poetry (1940)

 

2b.13-CRITICAL WRITINGS ABOUT ROBIN LAMPSON: Edward Shipsey. "Death loses a pair of wings," The Owl (Feb 1940)

 

2b.14-CRITICAL WRITINGS ABOUT ROBIN LAMPSON: T.D.A. Cockerell. "Death loses a pair of wings," Bios 11:1 (3-40)

 

2b.15-CRITICAL WRITINGS ABOUT ROBIN LAMPSON: Franz Schneider. Students examine their professors (ed. 1939; ed. 1967)

 

BOX THREE: CORRESPONDENCE; BUSINESS PAPERS

 

3.1-Corresp. w/ Frances Theresa Russell, Stanford U. (4-18-21)

 

3.2-Corresp. w/ Ernest Tu (1927-35) [3 items; 5 photos of ET]

 

3.3-Corresp. re Tungsten stock (1927-28)

 

a-Mrs. Myrle R. Lampson from J.G. Clark, 10-1-27

 

b-Stockholders of Tungsten Production Co. from Independent Securities Exchange, 9-1-27

 

c-Myrle R. Lampson from J.G. Clark, president of Tungsten Production Company, Inc., 12-27

 

d-To "friend" from Independent Securities Exchange, 8-2-28

 

e-Myrle R. Lampson from Independent Securities Exchange, 5-9-29

 

3.4-Corresp. w/ Marie de L. Welch (1934-35) [1 letter; 2 poems]

 

3.5-Corresp. w/ S.A. Coblentz, ed. of Wings (1935-37) [2 items]

 

3.6-Corresp. w/ Jake Zeitlin, bookstore, Los Angeles (1935-39) [5 items]

 

3.7-Corresp. w/ "Who's Who in America" (1936) [3 items]

 

3.8-Corresp. w/ UC Dean of Summer Sessions (1936-37) [8 items]

 

3.9-Corresp. w/ University of Buffalo (1937-39) [6 items]

 

3.10-Corresp. w/ Alexander G. Weygens, printer (1937) [1 item]

 

3.11-Corresp. w/ Esther Travaglio (1937-39) [4 items]

 

3.12-Corresp. w/ Phyllis Wrightson & Bernard Zakheim (1938)

 

a-Phyllis Wrightson, 4-26-38

 

b-Bernard Zakheim and Phyllis Wrightson, "Tolland Hall frescoes UC Med School," 1938

 

3.13-Corresp. w/ Esther Whitson Cope (1939) [2 items]

 

3.14-Misc. corresp., 1930s

 

a-"Margaret," 8-1-32

 

b-Gilbert von Klatt, 12-13-35

 

c-Charles Scribners Sons, 12-15-35 [Telegram re "copies of Laughter to be autographed for the Carl K Wilson store, Fresno"]

 

d-Adele Levi, 5-6-37 [in appreciation of his "epic poem"]

 

e-Lawrence Lee, Charlottesville, Virginia, 6-3-37

 

f-Harold Vinal, 8-9-37 [re Voices review of RL work]

 

g-M.D. promoting a "No" vote on Prop. 2, "State Humane Pound Act," 10-3-38

 

h-Mira Maclay, California Arts & Architecture, 6-5-39

 

3.15-Misc. corresp., 1940s

 

a-"Concerning Black Mack & Black Mack, an Advertisement of a Semi-Private Press" 7-19-40 (answ. 1/3/41)

 

b-Madeline Elder, 4-22-40

 

c-Hagemeyer, 8-28-40

 

3.16-Misc. Corresp., 1960s

 

a-Val Gielgud, Sussex England, 8-3-68

 

b-"Chick," 7-24-69 [contributions to "Question Mark Column"]

 

c-RL positive response re pro-govt. editorial on anti-Vietnam protests, n.d. [1965-70]

 

3.17-Lampson's Stamp Shop, Richmond CA--Account Book (1960s)

 

BOX 4: TEACHING & OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

 

4.1-Western Writers Congress, San Francisco (1936-37) [10 items]

 

4.2-Correspondence (1936-1940)

 

a-Bernice Hubbard, Executive Secretary, Class Department, 6-15-36

 

b-Boyd B. Rakestraw, Asst. Dir. UC Extension, 4-29-39

 

c-Lou Richardson, student, 5-26-40

 

d-Bernice Hubbard, 2-1-40

 

e-Bernice Hubbard, 2-16-40

 

4.3-Clippings (1936-1940) [58 items; chiefly re RL at UC Extension]

 

4.4-UC Extension Course Materials , 1936-37 [3 items] [brochures; course descriptions, etc.]

 

4.5-UC Extension Course Materials , 1937-38 [6 items] [brochures; Verse Writing course descriptions; pay stubs, etc.]

 

4.6- UC Extension Course Materials , 1938-39 [13 items] [brochures; Verse Writing course descriptions; salary records, etc.]

 

4.7- UC Extension Course Materials , 1939-40 [13 items] [brochures; Verse Writing course descriptions; salary records, etc.]

 

4.8- UC Extension Course Materials , 1940-41 [8 items] [brochures; Verse Writing & Early Calif. Writers course descriptions; salary records, etc.]

 

4.9-Robin Lampson autograph

 

4.10-drawing of "John Carr Blacksmith" shop

 

BOX 5: RESEARCH INTERESTS: ROSE/HILL/TERRY; GOLDEN SPIKE

 

5.1-ROSE/HILL/TERRY PAPERS #1

 

a-Robin Lampson to Dr. R. Coke Wood, Director of Calif. History Foundation at UOP; explaining general contents of the collection.

 

b-"Confessional" of Mrs. Sarah Mitchell written on Hotel St. Nicholas stationary, San Francisco [12 pp.; photocopy]

 

c-Seven pages of correspondence between Mrs. Mitchell and "Charlie" [photocopy]

 

5.2: ORIGINAL COPIES OF ABOVE DOCUMENTS + TWO PRIVATE LETTERS TO ROBIN LAMPSON

 

a- Robin Lampson to Dr. R. Coke Wood

 

b- two envelopes -- one addressed to Mrs. Mitchell and another addressed to Mrs. Mitchell (letters from Livingston); description cards of envelopes and main characters and general description of events

 

c-"Confessional" from Mrs. Mitchell [12 pp.]

 

d-Sallie from Charlie, 6-7-1887

 

e- Do., 6-14-87

 

f- Do., December 1, 1888

 

g- Do., December 7, 1888

 

h- two photo copies of above letter

 

i- Sallie from Charlie, October 11, 1889

 

j- two photo copies of above letter

 

k- Sallie from Charlie, August 11, 1890

 

l- single photo copy of above letter

 

5.3: SARAH ALTHEA HILL CORRESPONDENCE

 

a- Sallie from Charlie, June 20, 1887

 

b- Sallie from Charlie, June 22, 1887

 

c- Martha from Livingston, June 25, 1887

 

d- Mrs. Mitchell from Livingston, December 5, 1888 [telegram; photocopy included in introductory letter from Robin Lampson, above]

 

e- Mrs. Mitchell from Livingston, December 10, 1888 [telegram; photocopy included in introductory letter from Robin Lampson, above]

 

f- Sallie from Livingston, October 3, 1889

 

g- Sallie from Livingston, October 8, 1889

 

h- Sallie from Livingston, October 9, 1889

 

i- Sallie from Livingston, October 12, 1889

 

j- Sallie from Livingston, October 14, 1889

 

k- Sallie from Livingston, October 15, 1889

 

l- Sallie from Livingston, October 18, 1889

 

m- Sallie from Livingston, October 19, 1889

 

n- Sallie from Livingston, October 22, 1889

 

o- Sallie from Livingston, October 23, 1889

 

p- Sallie from Livingston, two letters, no date

 

q- Sallie from Livingston, July 2, 1890

 

r- Sallie from Livingston, December 28, 188?

 

s- Sallie from Livingston, October 26, 1889

 

t- Sallie from Livingston, October 23, 1889

 

5.4: CLIPPINGS RE SHARON/HILL/TERRY CASE; CORRESPONDENCE

 

a-"Judge Terry's Widow Dies At Age of 86," February 16, 1937 [photocopy]

 

b-"The Sharon Contract Case," S.F. Evening Bulletin (September 28, 1885) [photocopy]

 

c-"An Outgrowth of the Sharon Case," S.F. Evening Bulletin (October 5, 1885) [photocopy]

 

d- "The Sharon-Hill Case," S.F. Evening Bulletin (Sept. 29, 1885) [photocopy]

 

e- "Ex-Senator Sharon," S.F. Bulletin (November 6, 1885) [photocopy]

 

f- Sallie from Charlie, Sunday, ? 1888

 

g- Sallie from Charlie, July 6, 1890

 

h- Sallie from Charlie, August 9, 1890

 

i- Sallie from Charlie, August 12, 1890

 

j- Sallie from Charlie, August 15, 1890

 

k- Sallie from Charlie, August 18, 1890

 

l- Sallie from Charlie, August 26, 1890

 

m-Piper analysis of Sharon-Hill Holographs

 

5.5-Frederick Law Olmsted & UC Landscaping: 26 pages of 3 checks each; establishing funds for University of California at Berkeley

 

5.6-Golden Spike:Photograph of "The Last Spike"

 

5.7-Golden Spike:"Coke - KOVR"

 

5.8-Golden Spike:Golden Spike Centennial Celebration--official program Tickets and general information

 

5.9-Golden Spike:Golden Spike Centennial Celebration Commission

 

a-Golden Spike Centennial welcoming letter, invitation and reservation card

 

b-Golden Spike Centennial response to RSVP and thanks for attending

 

c-The Independent; Owens Publications identifying Robin Lampson

 

d-Southern Pacific Bulletin May 1940

 

e-New Vistas, Weekend Magazine, Berkeley Gazette (3/14/70)

 

f-"The Question mark column," The Independent (8-19-69)

 

g-"Strange Story of Missing Golden Spike" by Robin Lampson, The Independent (6-4-69)

 

h-Hansen Planetarium brochure

 

i-"100 years ago, the last spikes were driven and a continent was joined -- but not without some last-minute hitches", Stanford Observer (4-69)

 

j-"Old engines to join gold spike centennial", Palo Alto Times (3-20-69)

 

k-"Historic Document of Famed Railroad Event Is Owned By Berkeley Woman", Oakland Tribune (12-22-37)

 

l-"Yankee Know-How Wins Again", SF Chronicle (5-18-69)

 

m-"It's Begun: Week of the Golden Spike", SF Chronicle (5-4-69)

 

n-"National Historic Site: Ground-breaking", Southern Pacific Bulletin (8-68)

 

5.10-Golden Spike: Celebration, San Francisco

 

a-Welcome letter to the "Wedding of the Rails"; including name tags for Mr. & Mrs. Robin Lampson

 

b-Map of the San Francisco waterfront

 

c-"The Last Spike is Driven", National Golden SpikeCommission Official Publication, Winter 1969, Volume 37, Number 1

 

5.11- Golden Spike: "David Hewes Material"

 

a-Southern Pacific Bulletin (May 1940)

 

b-photograph of David Hewes

 

c-Goldsmith bill to David Hewes

 

BOX SIX: RESEARCH INTERESTS--JACK LONDON; YELLOW FEVER

 

6.1-Jack London : "London Collection"

 

a-"The Question Mark" The Independent (11-17-1969)

 

b-"UOP Acquires Full Works of Jack London," Sacramento Bee (12-8-1971)

 

c-"Collection of Jack London Books Presented to UOP", Stockton Record (12-14- 1971)

 

d-9 page handwritten list of Jack London collection

 

e-"What's New About London, Jack?", Jack London (1876-1916)

 

f-October 7, 1975 letter to Lampson from David H. Schlottmann

 

g-Note to Fred Lockley from Jack London w/ photograph [photocopy]

 

6.2-Yellow Fever : Robin Lampson. "Backstage of a Biography" [Wm. C. Gorgas] California Monthly (9-39)

 

6.3-Yellow Fever : R.L. Hughes, MD. "The Great destroyers" (1915).

 

6.4-Yellow Fever : William C. Gorgas, MD. "Journal of Willieam C. Gorgas, Chairman of the Yellow Fever Commission" (1919).

 

6.5-Yellow Fever : Albert E. Truby, MD. Memoir of Walter Reed: The Yellow Fever Episode (1943).

 

6.6-Yellow Fever : J.M. Keating. History of the Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1878, in Memphis, Tenn. (1879).

 

6.7-Yellow Fever : Henry Rose Carter, MD. The Early History of Yellow Fever (1931).