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Campaign materials, clippings, some posters.
Interview on her life and career, conducted by Therese Pipe, with the assistance of Jerri Lange, Feb. and Nov., 1993, and Dec. 1994.
Transcript of interview with Ahonen and his involvement with cooperatives, August 1979.
Photocopies of articles compiled by Aronovici on various vessels bearing the name Berkeley.
Material written by and collected by James Baumohl for his study of street people in Berkeley.
Documents various aspects of operation and activities of the troop.
Files arranged by participating organizations with the intent of preserving the Berkeley bayfront through open space planning and public acquisition of lands and waters along San Francisco Bay.
Reports for 1903-04, 1908-23, 1936-87, 1988-90, 1992-93.
3 undated charts recording incidence of various diseases.
Miscellaneous account books and ledgers, mainly 1895-1918.
Based on statistics derived from the 1980 U.S. Census.
Miscellaneous studies and reports by city and outside agencies.
History of the service station, with 10 photographs.
Record of street improvements and related activities.
Miscellaneous studies and reports.
Miscellaneous reports, some done by city offices, some by outside consultants.
Miscellaneous documents assembled from various sources.
A collection of miscellaneous reports.
The collection contains statistical data collected and compiled pertaining to civic affairs, civic organizations, manufacturing establishments and their products.
Records of the association from its incorporation to dissolution.
Certificate issued by the California Secretary of State
Records of the organization, mainly from 1974, but including some event programs from the 1940s.
A miscellaneous collection of administrative and student materials.
Scrapbooks from the Spartan Club, Viking Club, and the Girls Athletic Association.
Records include administrative records, newsletters, schedules, and trip reports.
Loose sheets on various facets of Berkeley, Calif. history.
Contains minutes of meetings, constitution, program materials, etc.
Diplomas issued by various Berkeley schools.
Miscellaneous clippings kept by school district office.
Scrapbooks contain letters re work of Myrtie Gifford and photographs of her students.
A chronological file by year of miscellaneous documents, reports and some newsletters.
The collection contains administrative records in various subject categories, as received, bound volumes of reports and directories, plus miscellaneous documents and papers.
Reports on school desegregation and reorganization.
Contains clippings, leaflets, some pamphlets on a wide variety of topics and organizations, mainly concerning Berkeley, Calif.
Mainly re displays in the store's windows.
A volume from the Berkeley, Calif. rental library, The Book Balcony.
A history of the club.
Paper on politics in Berkeley, Calif., in early 1960s.
Life in San Francisco and Berkeley; teaching; her writing career.
Some PTA materials, histories of the school, some student materials.
Details of all work required for the building of the library.
Proposals and grantee reports.
Munutes, 1980-83, 1986-87, 1989-91; business and management repor5s, 1977-87.
Some PTA materials, class and various activity photos, histories of the school, etc.
Certificate of recognition by the national society.
Mainly clippings of society photographs, including many weddings.
Description of the program in 1961 with some historical figures.
Announcement of opening of Dougan's photographic studio.
A history of Berkeley drugstores from 1876.
Essay, a photograph, and newspaper articles of the mural.
History of the school, early photographs, list of graduates.
Mainly materials concerning demolition of the school and subsequent disposition of the property.
Interview with Ruth Hayashi, Japanese-American living in Berkeley at the time of internment during World War II and return to Berkeley thereafter.
Contains some PTA materials, materials on closure of the school, a history of the school, some class photographs.
Reports on housing by city and outside agencies.
Articles of incorporation; tax forms; ledger volume
History of the McKusick house, Berkeley, Calif. and surrounding lands.
PTA and Dads' Club materials, photo albums and scrapbooks, history, etc.
Documents her career as "A Teller of Tales in Song."
Transcript of oral history interview in the Consumers Cooperative ob Berkeley Oral History collection.
Warden book for sector 12, Berkeley, Calif.
Correspondence arranged by tract name, by street, or alphabetically
Minutes of meetings.
Nollenberger's role in the early years of Berkeley coop.
Primarily correspondence between Partridge and Berkeley city officials. Also, one folder of material on undergrounding Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) tracks.
A joint University of California, Berkeley/City of Berkeley effort to address the status of People's Park.
Two disbound photograph albums with photos of Berkeley schools and students.
Statistics on benefits of police and fire departments.
Rader's high school career and World War II.
Materials on various controversies on the Berkeley Unified School District in the early 1980s.
Report cards, and first communion, confirmation certificates.
Papers for preliminary discussion of building the school.
UC Berkeley faculty involvement in the Free Speech Movement of 1964.
Mainly clippings from the Berkeley Gazette, 1947-1972, with a few volumes of special subjects.
Programs from various Berkeley, Calif., venues, bills and receipts of various Berkeley businesses, and a notebook containing observations on health and a number of prescriptions.
History of St. Mary's College High School, and history of Peralta Park area of Berkeely, Calif.
Miscellaneous report by both city and outside agencies.
One plaque and one framed resolution.
Oral history of Robert E. Treuhaft; interviewer, Robert Gordon .Larsen; interviews conducted October 1988-January 1989
Photographs of UC Express and Storage company and its subsidiary Yellow Van Shipping Company.
Postmaster's account and record books.
Mainly PTA materials and student writings.
Correspondence concerning the building of a refuse disposal incinerator.
Documents relating to the development of the Berkeley waterfront.
Files relating to West Berkeley industry and redevelopment projects.
Early history of the school, building and dedication; some student writings; handbooks; class photos.
Wofsy comments on his support of the Free Speech Movement and his activities in peace movement during the Vietnam War.
Oral history interview with Betsy Rannels Wood, conducted by Therese Pipe in August 1988.