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Special Collections and Archives, UC San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive, Dept. 0175
La Jolla, California 92093-0175
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Email: spcoll@ucsd.edu
Collections with online items: 55
Physical collections: 436
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Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate Project Records

The collection consists of administrative files, technical documents, legal materials, correspondence and audiovisual materials from the Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate Project.

Adams, Claude M. Photographs

The collection consists of photographs taken by or given to Claude M. Adams while he worked in Japan for the Supreme Commander for the Allied Powers (SCAP), Natural Resources Section, Fisheries Division from 1945-1951.

 
Akin (David) Audiorecordings

The audiorecordings of David Akin, an American anthropologist specializing in Kwaio culture of the Solomon Islands, includes cassette audio recordings, largely in the Kwaio lanuage or Pidgin English, with a typescript index. The collection also includes two annotated photocopies of...

Alaska Commercial Company Records

A small collection of business correspondence and records from the Alaska Commercial Company, a San Francisco trading firm concerned with the Alaskan fur trade in the late 19th century.

 
Alford (Joanne) Baja California Collection

Writings, slides, and films documenting a 1963-64 mule expedition through Baja California organized by Joanne Alford and Andrew Meling.

 
Alfven (Hannes) Papers

Papers of Hannes Olof Gosta Alfven, Nobel Prize winning astrophysicist who contributed to significant advances in the fields of magnetohydrodynamics, plasma physics, geophysics, thermonuclear reaction, and cosmology. He shared the Nobel Prize for Physics with Louis Neel in 1970. Alfven...

 
Allen (Donald) Collection

Papers of Donald Allen, an important editor who had a significant impact on the development of post WWII American poetry. The Donald Allen Collection consists of materials pertaining to the editorial work at Grove Press, Four Seasons Foundation, Grey Fox...

Allen (Winfred Emory) Papers

Papers of Winfred Emory Allen, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) biologist. The collection consists of personal and professional correspondence, research data, newspaper features, manuscripts, Allen's writings on and about SIO, and photographs.

 
American Academy of Underwater Sciences Records

Records of the American Academy of Underwater Sciences (AAUS), including extensive documentation of the organization's efforts to exempt scientific diving from OSHA commerical diving regulations in the early 1980s, and board meeting minutes.

 
American Friends Service Committee - United States-Mexico Border Program Records

The American Friends Service Committee - US/Mexico Border Program (USMBP) is a human rights advocacy organization that was established to support immigrant rights and concerns by documenting human and civil rights abuses by law enforcement agencies in and around communities...

 
American Tunaboat Association Records

Records of the American Tunaboat Association (ATA), a non-profit cooperative association representing the interests of tunaboat owners and crews. The collection documents the activities of the ATA as well as the history of the tuna industry in San Diego.

 
Archive for New Poetry. Curator's Correspondence and Subject Files

Records created primarily by Michael Davidson, curator of the Archive for New Poetry (ANP), a collection housed in the Mandeville Special Collections Library. The records include correspondence with many prominent figures in contemporary American writing, and files on ANP projects...

 
Armantrout (Rae) Papers

Papers of American poet and teacher Rae Armantrout, including personal and professional correspondence, notebooks, and typescript drafts of poems and manuscripts. The collection also contains notebooks and lecture notes from literature courses taught by Armantrout from 2000 through 2008.

 
Armed Revolutionary Organizations in Mexico documents (Microform)

A microfilm collection comprised of printed and manuscript materials created between 1965 and 1998 by twenty-two separate revolutionary groups in Mexico. The collection presents a wealth of primary material documenting the organization and activities of these twenty-two groups. It is...

 
Arnold (James) Papers

Papers of James Arnold, chemist, professor, and scholar. The collection documents Arnold's professional career, especially his work on Carbon-14 dating, gamma rays, the Apollo 11, 12, 15, and 16 missions, lunar sample research, meteorites, solar, and lunar history. The collection...

 
ARSHILE Magazine Records

Records of , founded in 1993 by Mark Salerno. Published biannually in Los Angeles through 1999, it featured new work by established and emerging writers and artists.

 
Ashton (Christopher) Audiorecordings

Twenty-three cassette audiorecordings of radio interviews and documentaries made by Christopher Ashton in Papua New Guinea between 1972 and 1975.

 
Ayres (Mary Clifton) Fieldnotes and Recordings

Fieldnotes and recordings of Mary Clifton Ayres, ethnographer and professor of anthropology, made during her ethnographic fieldwork (1979-1981) in the Morehead District, Western Province, Papua New Guinea. Ayres' research formed the basis for her doctoral dissertation entitled .

 
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Baca (Herman) Papers

The papers of Herman Baca, a National City, California, Chicano rights activist and prominent member of the Mexican-American community, document the contributions and accomplishments made by Herman Baca and the Committee on Chicano Rights. Since the 1960s, Herman Baca has...

 
Back (Frank) Papers

Papers of Frank Back, optical engineer and founder and president of Zoomar Inc., an optical engineering company specializing in lens design for television, motion picture and single-lens reflex cameras. Materials include biographical documents, reprints and typescript drafts of Back's professional...

 
Baily (Norman) Papers

Papers of Norman Arthur Baily (1915-1992), medical physicist, who devoted his career to radiological physics and engineering, focusing on medical imaging, experimental and theoretical work in dosimetry, and therapeutic uses of radiology. The collection includes memos and correspondence relating to...

 
Baja California and the West Postcard Collection

A collection of about 1,270 postcards depicting images of the American West, Southwest, and Baja California. The collection is arranged geographically by the location represented on the postcard. Sites of interest include Ensenada, La Paz, Tijuana, Del Mar, San Diego,...

 
Baja California Government Documents Collection

Municipal and government documents relating to official policies, civil matters, contracts, litigation, war, and state infrastructure development in Baja California, including Santo Tomas, Rosarito, Mexicali, Tecate, Tijuana, and other towns and cities.

 
Balke (Bruno) Papers

Writings of Bruno Balke, a physician and researcher specializing in the areas of sports medicine and the impact of environmental factors on work performance of humans. Covering the years 1937-1982, the collection includes Balke's 1937 doctoral dissertation in sports medicine,...

 
Balsas Valley Navigation and Improvement Company. Documents

Documents related to the Balsas Valley Navigation and Improvement Company (Compania de Navegacio y Mejoras del Valle y Rio Balsas Mexico) that operated a navigation concession on the Balsas River in the Mexican states of Michoacan and Guerrero from 1909...

 
Bancroft Family Correspondence

Papers of the family of book dealer and historian Hubert Howe Bancroft (1832-1918). The collection consists of letters from his first wife, Emily Ketchum, to her family, 1859-1869; and to her sister, Mrs. Coit, 1860-1869. It also includes the journal...

 
Barlow Family Collection of Manuscripts

Manuscripts, signed by European rulers and nobles and dating mostly from the 17th and 18th centuries, collected by the family of writer Jarvis Barlow and his father Dr. Walter Jarvis Barlow, both of Southern California. The bulk of the collection,...

 
Barr (Edward Sheldon) Papers

A small collection of papers, photographs and sound recordings documenting the experiences of Edward Sheldon Barr, a crew member who participated in the MidPac Expedition of 1950 and the Capricorn Expedition of 1952.

 
Bartlett (Elizabeth) Papers

The papers of American writer, poet and editor Elizabeth Bartlett (1911-1994). The papers cover the period from ca. 1940-1994 and include correspondence, typescript poetry and prose, artwork, and ephemera. The collection also includes Bartlett's editing work for and , as...

 
Bascom (Willard) Papers

Papers of engineer and oceanographer Willard Bascom, including his correspondence, research files, writings, photographs and films, along with materials from his company, Ocean Science and Engineering, Inc.

 
Bates (Charles) Papers

The collection consists of papers documenting Charles Bates's career, including courses taken at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) in 1943, and subsequent government service and consulting work.

 
Berenson (Bernard) Correspondence

Correspondence of art historian Bernard Berenson primarily with San Diego artist Norah Bisgood Woodward from 1950 to 1959. The collection is comprised of manuscript letters and postcards, a copy of by Alexia Mitchell, unsigned cards from Bernard Berenson, and photographic...

 
Bernstein (Charles) Papers

Papers of Charles Bernstein, writer, editor, librettist, educator, and publisher, who is most often associated with L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E, a body of writing named for the journal (1978-1982) by this name which Bernstein co-edited with Bruce Andrews. Bernstein writes poetry, essays and...

Beyster (J. Robert) Collection

The J. Robert Beyster Collection documents the career and business records of Dr. J. Robert Beyster (1924-2014), the founder, former chairman and chief executive officer of Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC), the San Diego based employee-owned research and development firm...

 
Bilateral Commission on the Future of United States-Mexican Relations Records and Papers

The Bilateral Commission on the Future of United States-Mexican Relations was formed in 1986 by a group of intellectuals, public servants and private citizens to assess policy, problems, and opportunities between the two countries. The collection includes drafts of the...

 
Blackburn (Paul) Papers

Papers of Paul Blackburn, an American poet, translator, editor, and literary agent. Blackburn was the author of nineteen books of poetry published between 1955 and 1980, the last six appearing posthumously. He translated the work of such writers as Pablo...

 
Blanco Aguinaga (Carlos) Papers

Papers of Carlos Blanco Aguinaga, writer and professor of Spanish literature. Blanco Aguinaga was one of the founders of UC San Diego's Literature Department, Third College (Thurgood Marshall College), and the Third World Studies Program. The collection contains a small...

Bond (William) Papers

Papers of William Bond (d. 1776), Revolutionary Army officer and colonel in the 25th Regiment of Foot from Massachusetts. Bond led the regiment from July 1775 to August 31, 1776, when he died from an illness at Mount Independence near...

 
Booker (Henry G.) papers

Professional papers of Henry G. Booker, mathematician and physicist trained at Cambridge University in the 1930s. His research focused on radio wave propagation, during a long teaching career first at Cambridge University (1936-1947) and, subsequently, at Cornell University (1948-1964), and...

 
Borders Book Store Portraits of Writers

A collection of forty-three black and white, 8x10 photographs taken by Carl Schur of contemporary poets reading at the Borders Book Store in Birmingham, Michigan.

 
Borsum (Marjorie Kelly) Papers

Correspondence (1927-28) from Marjorie Kelly (Borsum) to family members during a year traveling in Europe and North Africa and a year living in Paris. Correspondence (1929-65) to Marjorie Kelly Borsum from one of Picasso's former mistresses, Fernande Olivier, from Mme....

 
Bradfield Family Scrapbooks

Four scrapbooks, probably kept by Mr. and Mrs. Vergil F. Bradfield, parents of Robert Bradfield. Vergil Bradfield lived in China from 1919 to 1938. He was associated with the Peking Union Medical College. Robert Bradfield was born in China. The...

Bradner (Hugh) Papers

Papers of physicist Hugh Bradner, including his correspondence, research files, teaching material and writings.

 
Brainard (Joe) Archive

Materials collected by Robert Butts, consisting primarily of diverse works by and regarding New York artist and writer Joe Brainard (1942-1994).

 
Brainard (Joe) Letters

Letters to Joe Brainard, author and artist. The collection is comprised of correspondence from various poets and artists, including John Ashbery, Ted Berrigan, and Kenward Elmslie, and includes letters, postcards, images and ephemera. The materials date from 1957 through 1994,...

 
Brighton Press Archive

Production materials (1985-2001) for books and broadsides published by Brighton Press, a San Diego (Calif.) fine press directed by Bill Kelly and Michele Burgess. Materials include correspondence with artists, production notes, woodcut blocks, etching plates, plate proofs, letterpress proofs, mock-ups,...

 
Brinton (Edward) Papers

Papers of Scripps Institution of Oceanography research biologist Edward Brinton, including his correspondence, research data and notes.

 
Bromidge (David) Correspondence

The correspondence of David Bromige, poet, playwright, and educator.

 
Brooks (Elaine) Interviews

The collection consists of typewritten transcriptions and audiocassette recordings of Elaine Brooks's interviews with San Diego public officials and educators on social issues. The interviews were conducted for her San Diego State University thesis, "Domestic Policy Since the New Federalism:...

 
Bruce (James Stuart and Stevey) Papers

Papers and photograph collection of James and Stevey Bruce, anthropologists, photographers, and filmmakers, specifically of New Guinea native tribes. The collection contains mainly narratives (scripts) to films of his expeditions, plus many photographs and slides. Bruce made expeditions from 1961...

 
Brueckner (Keith A.) Administrative Records

Administrative records of Keith A. Brueckner, professor of physics and administrator at the University of California, San Diego. Brueckner came to UCSD in 1959 and served as the founding chairman of the Department of Physics (1959-1961), Dean of the School...

 
Brueckner (Keith A.) Papers

Keith A. Brueckner (1924-2014), a theoretical physicist, worked in academia and as a consultant to government and industry. His research focused on many-body theory and laser fusion. Throughout his career, Brueckner consulted with numerous federal and private agencies on research...

 
Buck (John B.) Papers

The collection consists of biologist John B. Buck's papers regarding the 1969 R/V New Guinea Expedition, Program C, to study terrestrial and coastal marine bioluminescence in Madang, Papua New Guinea. Includes correspondence, logistical planning documents, and field reports.

 
Burckhardt (Sigurd) Manuscripts

Manuscripts (1955-1969) of Sigurd Burckhardt, literary scholar specializing in Shakespeare, Goethe, and Kleist, and founding member of the University of California, San Diego, Literature Department. Materials include published and unpublished essays and articles, reprint copies, chapbooks, drafts, relevant notes, Burckhardt's...

 
Burns (Gerald) Manuscripts and Other Documents

Literary papers and artwork of Gerald Burns, "postmodern" poet, critic, artist, and editor. Included are typescripts of Burns' untitled poetry collection; galleys for Burns' critical books (1979) and (1982); page proofs of Robert Trammell's , for which Burns set the...

 
Buskirk (Elsworth) Physiology and Performance of Track Athletes Experiment Materials

Research materials of Elsworth R. Buskirk, American physiologist, related to his high altitude research project, "Physiology and Performance of Track Athletes at Various Altitudes in the United States and Peru." In 1965, Buskirk along with Paul Baker, J. Kollias, E....

 
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California Historic Landmark Project Collection

The California Historic Landmark Project Collection contains historical essays about Californian registered landmarks, monuments and state parks. The essays were written between 1936 and 1940 as part of the W.P.A. Federal Writer's Project. In addition to typescript essays, the collection...

 
Camp Matthews Architectural Drawings

Collection of architectural drawings of Camp Calvin B. Matthews, a former U.S. Marine base located north of San Diego (Calif.) and transferred to the University of California, San Diego, in 1964. The drawings, usually pencil on tracing paper, were created...

 
Cargile (Edward C.) Papers

Papers of author, editor, engineer, and diving officer Edward Cargile. Papers reflect Cargile's life and work as a diver, underwater photographer, author, editor of dive journals, and consultant in the dive industry, as well as illustrate the history of diving...

 
Carpenter (Ford A.) Papers

Papers created by Ford Ashman Carpenter, meteorologist, aeronaut, author and photographer. The papers contian photographs, including several aerial and panoramic photographs of the Los Angeles area and images of the Pacific Northwest and Panama Canal. Also included is an edited...

 
Carstens (August S.) Collection

Materials related to the social movement that opposed the construction and operation of nuclear power generating plants in California. The bulk of the collection, dating from the late 1970s and early 1980s, consists of materials collected by August S. "Bill"...

 
Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences Records

The records of the UCSD Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences (CASS) include materials related to the administrative functions, research proposals, and projects of CASS, as well as the records of the High Energy Astronomy Group (HEAG).

Chapman Family Correspondence and Other Documents

A small collection of the family papers of American painter John Gadsby Chapman (1808-1898), consisting mostly of letters to Chapman from colleagues and associates, and correspondence with his son, Conrad Wise Chapman. Of special interest are Conrad Chapman's letters to...

 
Chowning (Ann) Papers

Papers of Ann Chowning, American anthropologist, related to her fieldwork in Papua New Guinea among the Molima people of Milne Bay Province on Fergusson Island in 1957-1958 and 1975-1976, the Sengseng people of West New Britain Province in 1962-1966 and...

 
Christensen (Erik Hohwü) Laboratory Books and Photographs

Laboratory data and photographs compiled by Erik Hohwü Christensen and related to the 1935 International High Altitude Expedition to Chile. The collection includes two sets of test results for exercise on a cycle ergometer, one set taken at sea level...

 
Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Workshop: Archive of Stories by Participants

The archive of the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers' Workshop documents the science fiction and fantasy writing seminar from 1969-1970, 1973-2002, and 2007-2016. The collection includes writings of participants, memorabilia, and class rosters.

 
Clarke (Ethan Ray) Correspondence and Ephemera

Correspondence and ephemera collected by Ethan Ray Clarke, a Rhode Island Civil War regimental chaplain and small-town minister in New York and Michigan, with the bulk of the material representative of the period of the 1860s-1880s.

 
Cole (Norma) Papers

Papers of poet, artist and translator Norma Cole. Cole lived and worked in the San Francisco Bay Area and collaborated with American, French and Canadian poets. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, notebooks, translations, photographs, negatives, sound and video recordings, digital...

 
Colebatch (H. K.) Papers

Papers of Hal Colebatch, an Australian political scientist who taught in Papua New Guinea in the late 1960s and 1970s and became involved in the independence and development of that country. The materials consist largely of subject files and unpublished...

 
Combs (Tram) Papers

Papers of Tram Combs, writer and bookseller. Combs lived in the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 1940s and was associated with many well-known writers. In 1951 he moved to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, where he owned and operated...

 
Conrad (Robert) Papers

Papers and audio recordings of translator Robert Conrad document linguistic research on languages of Papua New Guinea, including Mufian, Mountain Arapesh and other closely related Arapesh dialects, as well as research on the May River Iwam language.

Cook (Edwin) Papers

Papers of Edwin Aubrey Cook (1932-1984), American anthropologist, professor, and specialist in Manga culture in Papua New Guinea. Cook devoted his career to anthropological work, focusing on kinship and social structure of the Manga tribe in Papua New Guinea. The...

 
Counts (David and Dorothy) New Britain Journals and Films

Typescripts and films by husband and wife ethnographic team, David and Dorothy Counts. The collection includes typescript field journals, constructed from field notes, from ethnographic work conducted in New Britain, Papua New Guinea, as well as 16mm film documenting the...

 
Covey (Elwin H.) Association of Oak Ridge Engineers and Scientists Files

The Elwin H. Covey, Association of Oak Ridge Engineers and Scientist Files includes correspondence, flyers, informational materials and newsletters. Materials range in date from 1945-1947 and document the Association of Oak Ridge Engineers and Scientists' efforts to influence early U.S....

 
Crick (Francis) Personal Papers

Personal papers of British scientist and Nobel Prize winner Francis Harry Compton Crick, who co-discovered the helical structure of DNA with James D. Watson. The papers document Crick's family, social and personal life from 1938 until his death in 2004,...

 
Crippen Family Papers

Papers of the Crippen Family, including patriarch George H. Crippen, who settled in San Diego in 1886 and helped develop the city through real estate and investment ventures. The papers include writings of John Crippen, son of George Crippen, personal...

 
Crippen (George) Business Records

Business records of George Crippen, early San Diego businessman and investor. The records document the George Crippen Investment Company and Crippen's partnerships with brother-in-law Frank S. Jennings, including the Point Loma Investment Company. Materials include bond and real estate sales...

 
Crosby (Elisha Oscar) Papers

The Elisha Oscar Crosby Papers consist mainly of autobiographical essays, documents, and correspondence regarding an early (1849-1895) California pioneer, lawyer, politician, diplomat, and civil servant.

 
Crosby (Harry) Collection

The Harry Crosby Collection contains photographs of UC San Diego; an exhibit of photographs entitled "Baja California, 1967-1992: Photographs by Harry Crosby" and a book proposal which led to the publication of (1975). Also included are black-and-white negatives documenting Sonora,...

 
Crosson (Robert) Papers

The papers of Robert Crosson, Hollywood actor and contemporary Los Angeles poet, contain manuscript and typescript drafts for Crosson's published collected works, especially GEOGRAPHIES (1981), ABANDONED LATITUDES: NEW WRITINGS BY 3 LOS ANGELES POETS (1983), CALLIOPE (1988), and THE BLUE...

Cupp (Easter Ellen) Papers

The collection consists of papers and photographs documenting the life and career of marine biologist Easter Ellen Cupp, including her graduate studies and research at Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

 
Cutler-Shaw (Joyce) Papers

Papers of Joyce Arlene Cutler-Shaw, artist, lecturer and founder of the Landmark Art Project, Inc., and Landmark Art Collaborative. The collection documents Cutler-Shaw's teaching career at the University of California, San Diego Extension (1972-1974), Palomar College (1974-1978), and San Diego...

 
Cuyamaca Water Company Records

Records of the Cuyamaca Water Company, formerly the San Diego Flume Company, which was owned and operated by Colonel Ed Fletcher and Montana businessman James A. Murray from June 1, 1910, until its sale to the La Mesa, Lemon Grove...

 
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Daniel (Oliver) Correspondence with Ernst Krenek

Correspondence between Oliver Daniel and Ernst Krenek, most written during Daniel's tenure with Broadcast Music, Inc. Collection includes original letters and telegrams from Daniel and photocopies of letters from Krenek.

 
Dawson Family Papers

Papers (1852-1950) of the Dawson family, including patriarch John Barkley Dawson (1830-1918), a trailblazer, Texas Ranger and cattle rancher in New Mexico and Colorado, and several generations of his descendants. J. B. Dawson purchased part of the Maxwell Land Grant...

 
Dean of Arts and Humanities Records

The administrative files for Office of the Dean of Arts and Humanities, the academic-administrative leader of the Division of the Arts and Humanities, contains records documenting the oversight and coordination of UCSD's arts and humanities departments and programs. The files...

 
Degnan (June Oppen) Papers

Papers of June Oppen Degnan, writer, publisher, political activist, and sister of poet George Oppen (1908-1984). Most of the collection documents Degnan's activities as publisher of the San Francisco Review in the 1960s, and her association with New Directions Books....

 
Delawie (Homer) Papers

The papers of San Diego architect Homer Delawie. The papers, ranging in date from 1945-2007, document Delawie's career as an architect, with information for projects, both completed and unrealized. While files exist for many projects, the collection contains very few...

 
Delgado de Torres (Demetrio) papers

Papers of Demetrio Delgado de Torres, Undersecretary of the Spanish Ministry of the Treasury during the period of the Civil War and personal advisor to Juan Negrin, president of the Spanish Republic. The materials, written mostly in Spanish, cover the...

 
Denton Ranch Collection (Jacume, Baja California Norte, Mexico)

Title documents and correspondence related to the ownership of the Denton Ranch, also known as Rancho Jacume, located on the international border in Baja California Norte, Mexico near La Rumerosa. The collection forms the documentation for the Denton Family's claim...

 
Dering (Richard) Letters

Letters providing a detailed account of Dering's activities and travels in Sonora, Baja California, the islands of the Gulf of California, and up the Pacific Coast to San Francisco. Written principally from Elide Island, Georges Island, Guaymas, Magdalena Bay, and...

 
Dill (David Bruce) Harvard Fatigue Laboratory Reprints

Reprints (1924-1985) of journal articles by David Bruce Dill, physiologist and informal director (1927-1946) of the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory, director (1947-1961) of medical research for the U.S. Army Chemical Research and Development Laboratory, and director of the Laboratory of Patho-Environmental...

 
Dixon (Laurence Belmont) Papers

Papers of Laurence Belmont Dixon, electrical engineer and amateur photographer. The collection consists primarily of materials documenting Dixon's travels in Japan in 1905, including a large group of photographs and a personal diary. Also included in the collection is an...

 
Doolittle (Russell) Biochemistry Laboratory Records

The Russell Doolittle Biochemistry Laboratory Records document the activities of a UCSD science laboratory engaged in research on the structure of the human fibrinogen molecule. The materials are arranged in three series: 1) NEWAT, 2) LABORATORY NOTEBOOKS and 3) AMINO...

 
Doyle (Kirby) Papers

Papers of American poet and novelist Kirby Doyle, who was associated with the San Francisco Renaissance poets and the Beat Generation. Doyle's papers include biographical information, correspondence, photographs, and published and unpublished writings.

 
Du Toit (Brian M.) Papua New Guinea Research Materials

Research documentation from Brian du Toit's anthropological fieldwork from 1961-1962 in Papua New Guinea. Du Toit worked with the Gadsup people in Akuna, a village located in the Arona River Valley of Eastern Highlands Province. Research materials include 16mm films,...

 
Durdin (Frank Tillman) Papers

Papers of Frank Tillman Durdin, China specialist, journalist for the (1937-1974) and the first American journalist granted a visa to reenter China in 1971. During his career, Durdin reported on the Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945), the collapse of European colonial rule...

 
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Eckart (Carl) Papers

A small collection of the correspondence and professional papers of the physicist, physical oceanographer and geophysicist Carl Eckart.

 
Edwards (Charles) Papers

Papers of Charles Edwards, physician, surgeon, administrator, and former Assistant Secretary for Health (1973-1975) of the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Edwards also served as Commissioner (1969-1973) of the United States Food and Drug Administration, senior vice...

 
Ellingham (Lewis) Poet be Like God Research Materials

Papers of writer Lewis Ellingham, containing audio recordings and photocopies of materials used in his research on poet Jack Spicer (1925-1965) and the Spicer Circle, which flourished from roughly 1956 to 1965. The collection consists largely of interview recordings and...

 
Elliott (Robert) Papers

Papers of Robert Carl Elliott, scholar and professor of literature. Elliott specialized in the study of satire and its relationship to utopian societies. The collection includes manuscripts of writings by Elliott, correspondence with friends and colleagues, and material related to...

 
Elmslie (Kenward) Papers

Papers of Kenward Elmslie, writer, performer, editor and publisher associated with the "New York School" of writers and artists. Elmslie's lyrics and libretti for operas and musicals-- MISS JULIE (1965), LIZZIE BORDEN (1966), THE SWEET BYE AND BYE (1966), THE...

 
Epstein (Arnold Leonard and T. Scarlett) Papers

Papers of anthropologists Arnold Leonard and Trude Scarlett Epstein. The accession processed in 1985 contains field notes and produce market studies compiled by the Epsteins between 1959 and 1961, relating to the Tolai people from the Island of New Britain...

 
Erickson (Robert) Papers

Papers of Robert Erickson, American composer and co-founder of the Music Department at UC San Diego.

 
Eshleman (Clayton) Papers

The papers of Clayton Eshleman, American poet, translator, and editor. Included is extensive correspondence dating from 1963 to 1992; original typescripts and manuscripts of Eshleman's prose and verse writings; travel notebooks; interviews; original typescript and manuscript drafts of original works;...

 
Eshleman Family Papers

Documents, covering the period 1890-1985, of the family of Clayton Eshleman, writer, editor and translator. Includes correspondence between Clayton and his parents and between Clayton and his first wife Barbara; an extensive collection of family photographs; the family's school, church...

 
Espinosa (Paul) Papers

Papers of Paul Espinosa, an award-winning filmmaker and producer specializing in documentary and dramatic films focused on the U.S.-Mexico border region.

 
Ex-Mission of Santa Catarina Legal File

Correspondence, legal documents, expense statements, and sales agreements compiled to demonstrate rightful ownership of the lands deriving from the Ex-Mission of Santa Catarina, a large tract of land in northern Baja California originally the possession of the Catholic Church.

 
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Fager (Irene) Papers

Papers of collector and newsletter publisher Irene Fager. The papers relate to the publication of her newsletter, , and include correspondence, subject files focused on submersibles, and album pages.

 
Felicita Collection of Photographs and Ephemera

The collection is comprised of photographs, negatives, programs, and promotional materials relating to the historical pageant , written by Benjamin F. Sherman and performed annually from 1927-1932 in Escondido, California.

 
Ferrer (Francisco) Collection

This collection was compiled primarily by Sol Ferrer Sanmarti, the daughter of Francisco Ferrer Guardia (1859-1909), a theoretical anarchist from Catalonia and the founder of La Escuela Moderna. The Francisco Ferrer Guardia material spans the last eight years of his...

 
Fisher (Frederick H.) Papers

The collection consists of oceanographer Frederick H. Fisher's research files, professional correspondence and writings.

Fisher (Robert L.) Papers

Scripps Institution of Oceanography research geologist Robert L. Fisher's papers, correspondence, professional materials, research files and writings.

 
Fishman (Lillian W. and William H.) Papers

The Lillian W. and William H. Fishman Papers document the medical and research careers of two cancer scientists, William Fishman and Lillian Fishman, who specialized in the oncodevelopmental biological approach to cancer. Included in the papers are files on the...

 
Fitch (Neil R.) Letters

Letters written to "Mother" (B.R. Fitch) and other family members during World War I by Neil R. Fitch, a United States Navy recruit, from San Francisco and the Bay Area military bases of Goat Island and Camp Sims between September...

Fletcher (Ed) Papers

The papers of Ed Fletcher of San Diego, California, consisting primarily of Fletcher's business records from his years as a noted San Diego land developer, civic leader, and member of the California State Senate. The papers document all aspects of...

 
Flores Magón (Ricardo) Documents

Photocopies of documents collected by the Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores de Mexico and held in the Archivo General de la Nacion in Mexico City, related to the investigation for violation of neutrality laws, indictment, and extradition of Ricardo and Enrique...

 
Forge (Anthony) Papers

The papers of Anthony Forge, British anthropologist, professor and specialist in the art and aesthetics of the Abelam people of Papua New Guinea, include field notes, photographs and original Abelam art commissioned by Forge during his fieldwork in the Sepik...

Foundation for Enterprise Development Records

Records of the Foundation for Enterprise Development (FED), which was founded by Dr. J. Robert Beyster in 1986. The collection includes meeting minutes, administrative files and publications.

 
Fox (Charles Elliot) Papers

Photostatic copies of papers of a British missionary who served on San Christobal in the Solomon Islands and elsewhere in Melanesia. Materials consist of Fox's manuscript for a dictionary, grammar, and transcribed tales of the Arosi language of San Cristobal...

 
Fox (Marye Anne) Papers

The papers of physical organic chemist Marye Anne Fox, documenting her career as a researcher and professor. The collection dates from 1969-2011 and includes reprints, teaching files, subject files, notebooks, and grant proposals.

 
Fraser (Kathleen) Papers

Papers of Kathleen Fraser, American poet, teacher and scholar. Influenced by the experimental poets of the New York School in the 1960s, Fraser became a prolific poet, an advocate of innovative women's writing, and a professor of creative writing at...

 
Freeman (Betty) Papers

Papers of Betty Freeman, photographer, philanthropist, and patron of New Music and contemporary composers. The collection dates between 1965 and 2008 and contains photographs both of and by Freeman; correspondence with numerous artists and composers; and original artworks by Robert...

 
Freeman (Derek) Papers

Papers of Australian anthropologist Derek Freeman. The collection documents the research and publication career of a prominent Australian anthropologist; his correspondence with Australian, British and American colleagues; and, the scholarly debates that he sparked with his critical analysis of Margaret...

 
Friedkin (Morris E.) Papers

Papers of Morris Friedkin, American biochemist, professor and university administrator. His research interests included folic acid metabolism, cancer chemotherapy, enzymology, DNA synthesis, biochemical dynamics of the cell cycle, pharmacology, and positron emission tomography. Materials include laboratory notebooks, loose notes, data,...

 
Friedman (Ken) Collection

Correspondence, manuscripts, conceptual and mail art work, and ephemera documenting Ken Friedman's affiliation with Fluxus art movement spearheaded by George Maciunas. The collection includes examples of Friedman's Fluxus offset press, art work of other Fluxus artists, publications by Aktual, and...

 
FRONTERAS 1976 Executive Committee. Records

Records of the FRONTERAS 1976 Executive Committee (Hamilton Marston, chairman), the San Diego-based bicentennial celebration project sponsored by the City of San Diego; the University of California, San Diego; San Diego State University; the University of San Diego; the San...

 
Frost (Frances) Papers

Papers of an American author and mother of the poet Paul Blackburn. The materials, originally part of the Paul Blackburn papers, include a small selection of Frost's writings, memorabilia, and correspondence. Included is correspondence with Frost's father, Amos Frost, her...

 
Frym (Gloria) Papers

Papers of Gloria Frym, Bay Area-based poet, educator, and writer. The collection contains correspondence with other prominent poets and writers; typescripts and drafts of published and unpublished creative literary works; teaching materials; and notebooks. The papers also include biographical materials,...

 
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Gajdusek (D. Carleton) Papers

The collection contains the papers of D. Carleton Gajdusek, physician, virologist, and medical researcher who received the 1976 Nobel Prize in medicine for his discoveries concerning a new mechanism for the origin and dissemination of infectious disease. This research originated...

 
Galbraith (John Semple) Papers

Papers of John S. Galbraith, professor of history and university administrator. Galbraith specialized in the history of the British Empire and taught at the University of California, Los Angeles (1948-1964 and 1968-1984) and the University of California, San Diego (1984-1987)....

 
Gansz (David) Papers

Papers of David Gansz, poet, librarian, educator, and author. Mentored by Robert Kelly at Bard College, Gansz became influenced by the Black Mountain School, the San Francisco Renaissance, and the Deep Image School. The collection contains correspondence with prominent poets...

 
García Calderón (Francisco) Collection

Francisco García Calderón's bound manuscript (1896) entitled "Replica al Alegato del Ecuador" and two preliminary drafts were compiled between 1892 and 1896 to document the history of border disputes between Peru and Ecuador over the provinces of Mainas, Jaen and...

 
Geddes (Lewis) Notebooks

Papers of Lewis Geddes, San Diego photographer and historical researcher. The bulk of the materials relate to historic adobe structures in San Diego County, Baja California, and Arizona. Included are notes and photographs created in the 1930s relating to the...

 
Geng (Xiufeng) Diaries

Writings of Geng Xiufeng, peasant activist and leader from the village of Wugong, China. The collection contains 55 bound, handwritten diaries and one folder of loose pages written by Geng from 1944 to 1992, documenting his reactions to agricultural reforms...

Genter (Tillie) Papers

Tillie Genter's papers and photograph collection, assembled over the course of her career from 1919-1948 as secretary to three consecutive directors at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

 
George (Charley) Papers

Papers of poet Charley George. Included are manuscripts of George's poetry and prose, correspondence and biographical materials. The papers contain the manuscript for his posthumously published collection of poetry entitled SUNDAY'S ENDING TOO SOON and his earlier chapbook A MORE....

 
Glasheen (Robert) Photograph Collection

Photographs of faculty, staff, students, buildings and events at UC San Diego taken between 1964 and 1986. Also includes negatives from Glasheen's commercial studio in La Jolla.

 
Glenner (George) Papers

Papers of George Glenner (1928-1995), physician and research pathologist who specialized in Alzheimer's disease. In 1984 Glenner indentified the molecular structure of the beta amyloid protein and its relation to Alzheimer's disease. The collection includes biographical materials, notebooks, writings, correspondence,...

 
Glick (Paula Brown) Papers

Papers of anthropologist Paula Brown Glick. Glick did much of her research in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, particularly Chimbu. Papers include correspondence, writing, research files and notebooks, as well as a large number of photographs and slides.

 
Goldberger (Marvin L.) Papers

Papers of Marvin Leonard "Murph" Goldberger, a particle physicist who worked on the Manhattan Project, the fifth president of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and a founding member and chairman of the JASON group of scientists. Goldberger served on...

 
Goodale (Jane Carter) Papers

Papers of Jane C. Goodale, an American anthropologist and photographer who conducted ethnographic research on Kaulong-speaking people of New Britain Island in Papua New Guinea. Goodale studied daily life and customs, identity, gender identity, gender relations, attitudes towards sexuality and...

 
Goodman (John B.) Collection

Collection of John Bartlett Goodman, III, motion picture art director, bibliophile, author, and collector of Western Americana. Materials include manuscripts, correspondence, movie research materials, artwork and sketches, family memorabilia, ephemera, photographs, postcards, newspaper clippings and historical manuscripts associated with Goodman's...

 
Goodman (Murray) Papers

Papers of UC San Diego chemist Murray Goodman, including correspondence, a few manuscripts, and teaching materials.

 
Gould (Robert J.) Papers

Papers of Robert J. Gould, physicist and research professor at the University of California, San Diego. Materials include notes, calculations, drafts and reprints of many of Gould's research papers.

 
Graves (Bradford) Letters from John Taggart and Others

Letters written by John Taggart to artist Bradford Graves discussing poetry projects, teaching, music and daily life. Also included is a small amount of correspondence between Graves and Bob Callahan and Graves and Gil Ott regarding the publication of Graves'...

Graves (Charles H.) Image Collection

A 35mm color slide show and 16mm color film documentary of the early history (1963-1967) of the University of California, San Diego, created by Charles Graves. The two formats were photographed nearly simultaneously and include the construction and dedication of...

 
Gulick (Howard E.) Papers

Papers of Howard E. Gulick, author, cartographer and traveler in the Mexican states of Baja California Norte, Baja California Sur and Nayarit.

 
Gusfield (Joseph) Papers

Papers of Joseph R. Gusfield, professor of sociology and founding chair of the UC San Diego Department of Sociology. The collection includes drafts of published and unpublished writings, a small amount of correspondence and biographical materials, and planning materials for...

 
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Hale (Terrel) Papers

Papers of Terrel Hale, American poet and editor, dating from 1975 to 2003. Included are original notebooks, typescripts, and drafts of Hale's prose, poetry, and plays; proofs, typescripts, paste-ups, lists of contributors, and correspondence related to the publication of .

Hall Family Papers and Sugar Plantation Records

Family papers and sugar plantation records (1709-1835) of the Hall family of England and Jamaica, including William Hall (b.1696), Thomas Hall (1725-1772), Hugh Kirkpatrick Hall (b.1748?), and Thomas Kirkpatrick Hall (b.1776). The Hall family owned and operated the sugar plantations...

 
Hamburger (Robert N.) Papers

Papers of Robert N. Hamburger, UCSD professor of pediatrics and researcher in allergy and immunology. Hamburger investigated the relationship between peptides and immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies and synthesized human IgE pentapeptide (HEPP), a substance shown to inhibit allergic response. Included...

Hamilton (Edwin Lee) Papers

Papers of marine geologist Edwin Lee Hamilton documenting his work with the NEL Sea Floor Studies Group and MidPac Expedition. Includes photographs, field notebooks, and correspondence with Robert Dietz, Harry Hess, Gordon MacDonald, and H. William Menard.

 
Harris (Iverson and Helen) Papers

Papers of a theosophist and member of the Theosophical Society in Point Loma, California, dating chiefly from the early foundation of Lomaland to the Society's relocation in 1942 to Covina, California. Included are descriptions of the Theosophical Society's Raja Yoga...

 
Hawkins (Helen S.) Collection

Two manuscript versions of the book (1987) prepared by Helen S. Hawkins and co-edited with G. Allen Greb and Gertrude Weiss Szilard. The early version (1974-1976) contains a larger volume of documents by Leo Szilard than the later condensed version....

 
Hays (Terence) Papers

Papers of anthropologist and professor Terence Hays. The archive primarily concerns Hays' three field studies in the Papua New Guinea highlands in 1971-1972, 1981, and 1985, where he researched language and interactions between the sexes. The collection includes correspondence, field...

 
Health Sciences Communications. Public Relations Materials

The records of Health Sciences Communications include the public relations materials collected and created by that office. Materials include promotional items that document the history and activities of the Medical Center and the School of Medicine.

 
Hejinian (Lyn) Papers

Papers of Lyn Hejinian, American poet, publisher and editor of Tuumba Press, co-editor of POETICS JOURNAL, and co-director of the literary project Atelos. She has been a member of the Poetics Faculty at the New College of California and is...

 
Hickman (Leland) Papers

The papers of Leland Hickman, actor, American poet, and editor. The bulk of the material dates from 1979 to 1989 and is related to the publication of the literary magazines Bachy, Boxcar, and Temblor, including extensive correspondence, original submissions, paste-ups,...

 
Hill (Lindsay) Papers

Papers of Lindsay Hill, American poet and editor. Included is correspondence with friends and colleagues; original typescripts and manuscripts of Hill's poetry and prose; business material related to Hill's production company, Spoken Engine Co.; original submissions, correspondence, and business materials...

 
Hilton (John W.) "Hardly Any Fences: Baja California in 1933-1959" Typescript

Manuscript of John Hilton's book (1977), published as volume 38 of the Baja California Travel Series. Included are edited typescripts of individual chapters, some of which were omitted from the published version, correspondence, examples of illustrations and miscellaneous production materials....

Hinton (Sam) Papers

Papers of Sam Hinton, professional folk singer, illustrator, aquarist, and teacher of literature and folklore at UC San Diego. The collection is arranged in two accessions. The accession processed in 2009 consists of music-related and professional files, and includes Hinton's...

Hoffmeister (J. Edward) Papers

John Edward Hoffmeister (1899-1991) earned his degrees from Johns Hopkins University; an A.B. in chemistry in 1920 and a Ph.D. in geology in 1923. Field work in Tonga and Fiji in 1926, 1928, and 1934 formed the basis of his...

Hollis (George Fearing) Papers

Papers of George Fearing Hollis, Union Naval officer (1861-1865) and United States Consul to Cape Town, South Africa (1888-1893). The papers consist mainly of correspondence Hollis wrote to his mother and wife during the Civil War.

 
Holmboe (Jorgen) Papers

The papers of meteorologist Jorgen Holmboe contain mainly personal and professional correspondence, but also document his participation on the Lincoln Ellsworth Antarctic Expedition of 1934-1936. The bulk of this material is in Norwegian with some material in English and German.

 
Hornbein (Thomas) Papers

Papers of Thomas Hornbein, M.D., professor emeritus at the University of Washington in Seattle Departments of Anesthesiology, and Physiology, and Biophysics and veteran mountaineer climber, explorer, and educator. The papers document the American Mount Everest Expedition where Hornbein and his...

 
Horvath (Steven) Papers

Papers of Steven Michael Horvath, professor of physiology, researcher and director (1962-1984) of the Institute of Environmental Stress at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Horvath studied the physiological effects of the environment, particularly air pollutants, altitude, and heat. The...

 
Houston (Charles) Papers

The papers of Charles Houston, high altitude researcher and mountaineer, document his medical and high altitude expedition career from 1945-2009. The materials include correspondence, research from the Operation Everest I and II, high altitude medical research investigations, Peace Corps materials,...

Howard (James) Collection

Photographs and documents from the collection of James Howard, a mining foreman with the Amparo Mining Company who lived in Guadalajara, Mexico and worked in the Bolaños region starting in 1889.

 
Howe (Susan) Papers

Papers of Susan Howe, American poet. The collection consists of Howe's literary correspondence, poetry manuscripts, notes and typescripts for readings and talks, personal and working journals, recordings, research files, and art/poetry installations dating from the 1950s to 2002.

Hubon Family Papers

The Hubon Family Papers contain the correspondence of early San Diego settler Frederick Hubon (1827-1882), and include letters from three generations of Hubons, with some additional correspondence from other acquaintances. The correspondence touches upon major events of the nineteenth century,...

 
Huerta (Jorge) Papers

Papers of Jorge Huerta, playwright, Chicano director, and professor at the University of California, San Diego. The papers primarily document Huerta's directoral projects, academic work, and involvement with various national theatre organizations and committees. The bulk of the collection is...

 
Hultgren (Herbert) Papers

Papers of Herbert Hultgren, cardiologist, mountain climber, researcher in high altitude medicine, and specialist in the study of high altitude pulmonary edema (HAPE). Hultgren and his colleague, Dr. Warren Spickard, were the first to publish a full account of high-altitude...

 
Hundt (Reed) Collection of Federal Communications Commission Records

Papers and records relating to the United States Federal Communications Commission from Reed Hundt (b. 1948), an American attorney who served as chairman of the Commission from November 29, 1993 to November 3, 1997.

 
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Ignatow (David) Papers

Papers of David Ignatow, distinguished American poet. In the 1950s and 1960s, Ignatow edited several important periodicals, among them (co-editor, 1950-1959), (poetry editor, 1962-1963), (consulting editor, 1969-1971), and the (editor-at-large, 1972-1976). Ignatow taught at many colleges and universities including the...

 
Ignatow (Rose Graubart) Papers

Papers of Rose Graubart Ignatow, artist, poet and author. Materials include correspondence with friends and subjects of her drawings; letters from her husband, poet David Ignatow; and materials reflecting her career in art.

 
Innerst (J. Stuart) Papers

Papers of J. Stuart Innerst (1894-1975), missionary, Quaker activist, editor, and critic of American foreign policy toward China. Innerst worked in China as a United Brethren in Christ missionary (1920-1927) and later returned as a guest of the People's Republic...

 
inSite Archive

The archive of inSite, an organization that produced collaborative contemporary public art projects in the San Diego-Tijuana region. The materials range in date from 1992 to 2006, and include publications, administrative files, audio and video materials, and digital materials which...

 
Itano (Harvey) Papers

Papers of Harvey Itano, American biochemist and pioneer in the study of sickle cell anemia hematology. The collection documents Itano's research on sickle cell anemia disease and his work in the field of molecular medicine focusing on understanding of genetic...

 
Itano (Harvey) Personal Correspondence and Memorabilia

Personal papers and memorabilia of Harvey Itano, American biochemist and pioneer in the study of sickle cell anemia hematology. During World War II, Itano, along with his parents and siblings were sent to an internment camp; of particular interest in...

 
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Jackson (Calvin) Papers

Papers of Calvin Jackson (1919-1985), jazz pianist, composer, arranger, ensemble leader, and host of radio and television programs featuring jazz music and performers. The material consists of manuscript scores and instrumental parts for Jackson's own compositions, his arrangements of the...

 
Jackson (Gabriel) Papers

Papers of Gabriel Jackson, hispanist, historian and professor of modern European history at UC San Diego. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, and manuscripts of Jackson's writings, particularly on the history of Spain, the Spanish Civil War, and current events in...

 
Jarolim (Edith) Collection

Edith Jarolim's project files for her two editions of Paul Blackburn's works, and . Included are photocopies of Blackburn's correspondence and manuscripts deposited in other libraries and Jarolim's correspondence with Blackburn's family and friends. Also of interest are her copious...

 
Jensen (Joan) Asian Indian immigrant research materials

Research materials for PASSAGE FROM INDIA: ASIAN INDIAN IMMIGRANTS IN NORTH AMERICA by Joan Jensen, emerita professor of history from New Mexico State University. Jensen's book looks at Asian Indian immigration to the western United States and Canada; ethnic discrimination;...

 
John Muir College Publications

The John Muir College publications include academic and residential handbooks, and newsletters. The publications provided policy and education information for current and/or prospective students, and their parents.

 
Johnson (Gerald) Papers

Papers of Gerald Woodrow Johnson, physicist and specialist in the fields of nuclear policy and atomic energy. The papers contain subject files on a range of nuclear issues; writings by Johnson, especially ; correspondence with prominent figures in government, the...

 
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Kamen (Martin David) Papers

Martin David Kamen (8/27/13- ) received a B.S. in chemistry from the University of Chicago in 1933 and a Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the same institution in 1936. He continued his research at Berkeley's Radiation Laboratory (later known as...

 
Kaplan (Nathan O.) Papers

Papers of Nathan Oram Kaplan, university administrator and eminent biochemist affiliated with Brandeis University, where he developed that university's graduate program in biology during the late 1950s and early 1960s, and subsequently with the University of California, San Diego, where...

 
Kaplan (Oscar and Rose) Public Opinion Surveys

Surveys, dating from 1951-1992, conducted by Oscar and Rose Kaplan, public opinion pollsters and analysts for businesses, politicians, attorneys and newspapers in the San Diego area. A small number of surveys were conducted in the Los Angeles area and nationwide....

Keesing (Roger M.) Papers

Papers of cultural and linguistic anthropologist Roger M. Keesing, who studied the culture, history and language of the Kwaio people of Malaita in the Solomon Islands. The Keesing Papers contain research material generated from his fieldwork with the Kwaio and,...

Kelco Aerial Photograph Collection

The collection consists of black and white, color, and infrared aerial photography of kelp beds and coastline from Baja California to Point Conception.

 
Kendall (T. Robert) Papers

The collection consists of T. Robert Kendall's research files on the history of underwater photography and diving, materials documenting his participation in the San Diego Underwater Photographic Society (SDUPS), and vintage diving equipment catalogs.

 
Knauft (Bruce M.) Papers

Papers of an American anthropologist, consisting largely of carbon copies of anthropological field notes taken by Bruce Knauft and his wife Eileen when they lived among the Gebusi people of Papua New Guinea from 1980-1982. The notes include information on...

 
Kofoid (Charles Atwood) Papers

Papers documenting the life and career of University of California, Berkeley zoologist Charles Atwood Kofoid and his wife, Carrie Kofoid. The collection includes material on the Kofoids' families and education, in addition to correspondence, diaries, manuscripts, published writings, scientific research...

 
Krenek (Ernst) Letters to Mildred Kayden

Letters from European composer Ernst Krenek to his former student, Mildred Kayden, and other related ephemera. Collection materials date from 1940 to 1986 and include letters, postcards, newsclippings, programs and a musical score.

 
Krenek (Ernst) Manuscript and Letters to Will Ogdon

Two photographs, one typewritten manuscript of Krenek's book , and four folders of letters from Krenek to Will Odgon, written between 1943 and 1985. The letters include references to music composition, occasional advice on career and personal matters, and happenings...

 
Kyger (Joanne) Correspondence

The correspondence of Joanne Kyger, an important member of the 'post-beat' West Coast poetry community, mostly dating from 1957 to 1972. Included are letters, cards, drawings, and poems from Joe Brainard, Robert Creeley, Robert Duncan, Allen Ginsberg, Jack Spicer, Lewis...

 
Kyger (Joanne) Papers

The papers of Joanne Kyger, an important member of the 'post-beat' West Coast poetry community. The papers document Kyger's life and writing as she traveled through San Francisco, Japan, New York, and Bolinas, California. The bulk of the collection covers...

 
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La Jolla Civic-University Orchestra and Chorus Association. Records

Records (1957-1984) documenting the La Jolla Civic-University Orchestra and Chorus Association, consisting largely of correspondence of the organization's officers, subject files and various publicity materials for events. Materials include committee records, board minutes, membership lists, printed programs, posters, and photographs....

 
LaFond (Eugene Cecil) Papers

Papers of oceanographer Eugene Cecil LaFond. The collection includes oceanographic data records from LaFond's research at the Navy Electronic Laboratory, as well as photographs of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography campus, vessels and personnel in the 1930s.

Lambert (Sylvester M.) papers

The papers of American physician Sylvester Maxwell Lambert (1882-1947) relate primarily to his public health work for the International Health Board of the Rockefeller Foundation. He worked in this capacity in Oceania between 1918 and 1939, documenting the prevalence of...

 
Lanouette/Szilard Papers

Papers relating to writer and public policy analyst William Lanouette's research for , published in 1994 with Szilard's brother Bela Silard as co-author. Research materials are mostly photocopies of correspondence, clippings, patent documents, and other materials related to Szilard's life...

 
Lasser (David) Papers

Papers of David Lasser, labor activist and aerospace visionary. In the early 1930s, David Lasser founded and became the first president of both the American Interplanetary Society and the Workers Alliance of America. He wrote one of the first books...

 
Latimer (Jonathan) Miscellaneous Scripts and Screenplays

Papers of Jonathan Latimer, journalist, screen writer and detective story author. Materials include a small collection of story ideas, outlines, scripts and screenplays arranged alphabetically by title.

 
Layard (John Willoughby) Papers

Papers of John Willoughby Layard, English anthropologist and Jungian psycho-therapist. The collection includes extensive correspondence; drafts of Layard's writings, both published and unpublished; extensive notes and research materials; artifacts; and personal, patient and family materials. A significant proportion of the...

 
Leavitt (Stephen) Fieldnotes and Recordings

Ethnographic fieldnotes and audio cassette recordings (1984-1986) created by Stephen Leavitt, American anthropologist and researcher in Melanesian culture. Included are fieldnotes, tape recorded interviews, interview transcripts, census materials, and Arapesh language materials related to the ethnography of the Bumbita Arapesh...

 
Lewis (Leland) Aerial Photographs of Baja California Collection

Aerial photographs of Baja California (Mexico) coastal features, including black-and-white images of points, ports, capes, bays, and islands, taken by Leland Lewis, a west coast navigator, sailor and author. Port towns represented include Ensenada, La Paz, Loreto, Mulege, Santa Rosalia,...

Limbaugh (Conrad) Papers

The collection consists of scuba diving pioneer Conrad Limbaugh's professional files, correspondence, field notes, writings, photographic media and films.

 
Lingenfelter (Richard) Papers

Papers of Richard E. Lingenfelter, research astrophysicist and UCSD physics lecturer. The collection documents his years at UCSD (1979-1999) as a member of the Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences. Lingenfelter worked in the areas of solar high energy emissions,...

Livingston (Robert B.) Papers

Papers of Robert Burr Livingston (1918-2002), professor of neuroscience and medical administrator. The collection includes correspondence, writings, talks and lectures, project materials, UC San Diego administrative and teaching materials, photographs, audiovisual materials, and digital files. Also included are papers of...

 
Loeweke (Eunice) Collection

Papers of Eunice L. Loeweke, missionary and translator working for Wycliffe Bible Translators in the Southern Highlands Province of Papua New Guinea from 1961-1993. The collection includes correspondence, photographs, negatives, slides, audio recordings and films documenting the language and culture...

 
Longenecker (Martha) Papers

Papers of Martha Longenecker, ceramic artist, professor of art, and founding president of Mingei International Inc., a non-profit foundation dedicated to furthering understanding of arts of the people. The collection contains Longenecker's notebooks documenting her glazing techniques, some files on...

 
Low (Molly) Photograph Collection

Photographs, prints and negatives created by photographer Molly Low. The majority of the images are portraits from several projects including "Hidden Faces of La Jolla," "Teens at Risk," "Women in Recovery" and "Images of Aging."

 
Luft (Ulrich Cameron) Papers

Papers of Ulrich Cameron Luft, 1910-1991. A research physiologist and physician, Luft was an authority in the fields of lung physiology and acclimatization to high altitude. The collection contains correspondence, much of it related to Luft's research interests; published and...

 
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Ma (Shang-keng) Papers

The papers of Shang-keng Ma document Professor Ma's professional career at the University of California, San Diego and his standing in the international community of theoretical particle physicists. The papers cover the years 1966-1983 and are restricted to Ma's professional...

 
Mac Low (Jackson) Papers

Papers of Jackson Mac Low, a poet, composer and performance artist who frequently used systematic chance operations and other non-intentional compositional methods in his work. The bulk of the collection dates between 1938 and 2004. The collection contains notebooks; biographical...

 
Macedo (Pablo) Collection of Mexican Notorial, Mining and Colonial Documents

The collection contains 17th century Mexican colonial documents relating to land tenure in the Itzmiquilpa region of Mexico; inspection reports from Mexican mines dating from the late 18th and early 19th centuries; two papal documents, dated ca. 1806 and 1811;...

 
María y Campos (Armando de) Collection

Papers collected by Armando de María y Campos, Mexican poet, novelist, biographer, and journalist. Materials include a collection of twentieth-century corridos, a list of Mexican periodicals, documents (1633-1818) related to the Conde del Valle de Orizaba, and numerous historical documents...

Marine Biological Association of San Diego Records and Photographs

The collection consists of early records, meeting minutes, and photographs documenting the formative years of the Marine Biological Association of San Diego, predecessor of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

 
Marquis Collection of French Revolution Prints

The Marquis Collection of French Revolution Prints contains documentary prints, mainly engravings, which portray events, scenes and historical figures of the French Revolution. Included in the collection are 24 maps of France and Paris. The items date from the period...

 
Martinez (Roberto) Papers

Papers of Roberto Martinez, Chicano rights activist, political organizer, and director of the American Friends Service Committee's (AFSC) San Diego chapter from 1983 to 2001. The collection documents Martinez's career as an activist, locally in San Diego, as well as...

 
Mastrotoro (Francis) Letters to Eva Mikelonis

Letters from Francis "Pete" Mastrototoro to his girlfriend, then wife, Eva Mikelonis over the course of Mastrototoro's military service in World War II from 1942 to 1945. The letters primarily deal with his day-to-day life on bases in California, Texas,...

 
Matthias (Bernd) Papers

Papers of Bernd Teo Matthias (1918-1980), physicist, professor and researcher in superconductivity. Matthias began his research in superconductivity at the University of Chicago (1949-1951), joined the UCSD Physics Department in 1961, worked at Bell Laboratories and the Los Alamos National...

 
Mayer (Bernadette) Papers

Papers of Bernadette Mayer, writer, teacher, editor, and publisher. Most often associated with the New York School, Mayer uses compositional methods such as chance operations, collage and cut-up. Materials include correspondence (1963-1996) with writers, artists, publishers, and friends; manuscripts and...

Mayer (Joseph) Papers

Papers of Joseph Mayer, a theoretical chemical physicist, researcher, author, consultant, and professor of chemistry at UC San Diego from 1960 until his retirement in 1973. Mayer is best known for his work in statistical mechanics and the application of...

 
Mayer (Maria Goeppert) Papers

Papers of Maria Goeppert Mayer, Nobel Prize winning physicist and professor at the University of California, 1960-1964. The collection includes correspondence, biographical information, reprints, manuscript drafts, notebooks, teaching materials, subject files, news clippings and photographs.

 
McElroy (William D.) Papers

Papers of William David McElroy (1917-1999), professor of biochemistry, the fourth chancellor (1972-1980) of the University of California, San Diego; and former director (1969-1971) of the National Science Foundation. McElroy's significant contributions to biology include isolating and crystallizing the compounds...

 
McGill (William J.) Papers

Papers of William James McGill, experimental psychologist, university administrator, author, teacher and community leader. McGill's research in reaction time measurement contributed to advances in cognitive psychology and his leadership as chancellor of the University of California, San Diego (1968-1970), and...

 
McGraw (DeLoss) Papers

The papers of DeLoss McGraw, artist, children's book illustrator, fine arts lecturer, and educator, document McGraw's artistic career from the mid-1980s to 2003, especially his use of literary texts in his compositions and his collaborations with poets, most notably W.D....

 
McKean (William) Log of the USS Niagara and Related Papers

The collection consists of two log books and a small amount of related papers from Union naval Flag Officer William McKean, captain of the USS and commander of the Gulf Blockading Squadron from 1861 to 1862.

Meigs (Peveril) Baja California Research Materials

Photographs, journals, maps and related research materials on Baja California, Mexico, created by geographer Peveril Meigs III. Meigs conducted field research in northern Baja between 1925 and 1936 observing geology, climate, indigenous populations, mission sites, and local culture in preparation...

 
Melanesian Archive Miscellaneous Manuscript Collection

This collection contains single manuscripts, typescripts and other materials which have been given to the Melanesian Archive since 1982. It includes many conference papers and other unpublished reports, most concerning anthropological topics. The geographic scope of the collection includes Papua...

 
Melville (Margarita) Papers

Papers of Margarita Melville, a former Maryknoll sister and human rights activist, that document revolutionary movements in Guatemala from the 1960s through 1993. Revolutionary groups represented in the collection include Fuerzas Armadas Rebeldes (FAR), Guatemala Human Rights Commission and the...

 
Microcirculatory Society Records

The Microcirculatory Society Records, 1948-2001 (bulk 1954-1999), document primarily the society from its beginning through the 1990s. Items within the collection include documents pertaining to Society organization and operation, photographs of members and events, and reel-to-reel and digital audio of...

 
Miles (John) Papers

Papers of John Miles, fluid mechanics engineer, geophysicist, and educator from 1964-2003. Miles is known for research of wave propagation and generation, hydrodynamic stability, and fluid dynamics. The papers include over three hundred published scientific articles, fluid mechanics reports, and...

 
Milledge (James) Papers

The papers of James Milledge, a British high altitude physiologist and mountaineer. The collection includes diaries, databooks, correspondence, and clipping files documenting Milledge's participation in the 1960-61, 1964, and 1981 expeditions to Mt. Everest and the 1981 expedition to Mt....

 
Miller (Max) Papers

Papers of Max Miller, La Jolla (California) author and reporter for the San Diego Sun. Miller is best known for his book I COVER THE WATERFRONT (1932), the first of nearly twenty books on subjects including the modern U.S. military,...

 
Miller (Stanley) Papers

The papers of Stanley Miller, chemist, biologist, and professor at the University of California, San Diego, known for his research into the origins of life. The papers date from 1952 to 2010 and include correspondence, writing, referee reports, research and...

 
Millerd Family Documents

Documents (1712-1900) of the Millerd family of Rhode Island. Included are sermon books, correspondence, birth and death date information for family members, and records of debt. The collection is organized in two series: 1) SERMON BOOKS and 2) FAMILY DOCUMENTS.

 
Momentum Press Archive

Production materials of Momentum Press, a Santa Monica, California, literary press operated by writer and editor William Mohr between 1974 and 1985. Materials include correspondence, manuscripts and production proofs for numerous monographic works by Los Angeles poets, typescripts and paste-ups...

 
Moramarco and Zolynas Editorial Files

Editorial files of Fred Moramarco and Al Zolynas, poets and editors. The bulk of the materials date from 1989 to 1992 and document the editorial and publishing process for the poetry anthologies and . The collection contains correspondence with prospective...

 
Morgan (Judith and Neil) Dr. Seuss & Mr. Geisel Book Production Materials

Papers of Judith and Neil Morgan for the production of (1995), the first published biography written about Ted Geisel. Materials in the collection include extensive research files beginning with Ted Geisel's childhood through the incorporation of Seuss Enterprises, audio cassette...

 
Morgan (Neil) Papers

Papers of Neil Morgan, prominent San Diego columnist, writer, editor, and civic commentator, who is best known for his column "Neil Morgan" that appeared in the SAN DIEGO EVENING TRIBUNE (1961-1992) and the SAN DIEGO UNION (1992-2004). Morgan was the...

 
Morse (Ephraim W.) Family Papers

The Ephraim W. Morse family papers (1838-1907) document the private and public life of an important San Diego pioneer, businessman, merchant, and civic leader. The papers include family and general correspondence, documenting the concerns of 19th-century life both in New...

 
Morse (E.W.) Papers

Papers (1861-1884) of Ephraim W. Morse, a San Diego merchant, real estate broker, insurance agent, and city promoter. Materials include storebooks and account books for Morse's Old Town and New Town stores; correspondence; cased daguerreotypes and ambrotypes of unidentified subjects;...

 
Mosher (Robert) Architectural Drawings

Architectural drawings of San Diego architect Robert Mosher. The collection includes drawings, project plans, proposals, photographic materials, correspondence and other documents relating to Mosher's career spanning six decades.

 
Mourelatos (Linda Oppen) Correspondence

The papers of Linda Oppen Mourelatos, daughter of the Objectivist poet George Oppen and his wife Mary. Of particular importance is the correspondence between Oppen and her parents; 3 folders of typescript poetry by George Oppen; and 8 folders of...

 
Murray (Earl) Papers

Papers of Earl Murray, Scripps Institution of Oceanography staff research associate and expert deep diver. The collection consists of material from the U.S. Navy's SeaLab II project including Murray's journals and logs, papers relating to his diving and consulting career,...

 
Murray (William) Papers

Papers of William Murray, noted writer and published novelist. Materials document the literary and professional career of California-based writer noted for his mystery fiction and contemporary feature writing. The collection contains correspondence, both professional and personal; typescripts and drafts of...

 
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Nee (Thomas) Papers

The papers of Thomas Nee, conductor and University of California, San Diego emeritus professor of music, include correspondence and biographical materials related to his fifty years of classical and experimental music conducting.

 
New Guinea Micro-Evolution Project Papers

Papers related to the New Guinea Micro-Evolution Project, led by James B. Watson. Also included are papers written for an American Anthropological Association conference session looking back at the study and its impact on the discipline. Papers range in date...

 
New Rosario Silver Mining Company Ltd. Papers

Business documents and correspondence related to the New Rosario Silver Mining Company Ltd., a British company with mines located in Mexico. The bulk of the materials are dated 1870 and deal mainly with the formation of the company.

 
North (Alfred) Correspondence and Other Documents

Papers of Alfred North (1807-1869), Presbyterian missionary, minister, and printer. North served abroad for the American Board in Singapore (1836-1843) and in Madura, India (1843-1847). He subsequently worked as a minister in New York, Kansas, Missouri, and Wisconsin until his...

 
Northup (Harry) Papers

Papers of Harry Northup, Los Angeles poet, screen actor, and editor and founding member of Cahuenga Press. The papers largely comprise Northup's literary correspondence; his writings, including notebooks and journals, working papers, poem drafts, and manuscripts for collected published works,...

 
Norwood (Hugh). Port Moresby Research Materials

Research materials for Hugh Norwood's study of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, urban settlements entitled . Materials include aerial photographs, notes, maps, and survey forms and are arranged alphabetically by village or settlement name.

 
Notley (Alice) Papers

Papers of Alice Notley (1945-), an American artist and poet. The collection includes manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, and original artwork.

 
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O'Brien (John) Papers

Papers of John S. O'Brien, UC San Diego professor of neurosciences, internationally known for his discovery of the genetic cause of Tay-Sachs disease and his development of screening tests for the disease.

 
Oceanography: The Making of a Science, People, Institutions & Discovery Collection

Video recordings and oral history transcripts from a program entitled "Oceanography: The Making of a Science, People, Institutions and Discovery." The program was sponsored by the Office of Naval Research (ONR) in cooperation with the H. John Heinz III Center...

Office of Architects and Engineers Records

The collection consists of maps, architectural drawings, blueprints, reports, photographs and administrative files relating to the development of campus infrastructure at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and UC San Diego.

Office of the Assistant Vice Chancellor, Facilities Design & Construction Camp Matthews Photographs

The Camp Matthews photographs include black and white negatives and a selection of oversize prints taken after Camp Matthews closed operations in 1964, through building modifications in 1967.

 
Office of the Chancellor. Administrative Files for John S. Galbraith

Administrative files created by John S. Galbraith, the second chancellor (1964-1968) of UCSD. The collection includes correspondence relating to matters of personal concern to Galbraith, including his relations with members of the campus and San Diego communities, relations with his...

 
Office of the Chancellor Calendar Notebooks (Atkinson)

The Office of the Chancellor calendar notebooks includes administrative daily and month calendars for Chancellor Richard C. Atkinson, created by Executive Secretary Dorothy Keffala, 1980-1995. The calendar notebooks document the daily activities coordinating the Chancellor's meeting, travelling, and organizational schedules.

 
Office of the Chancellor. Campus Expansion Files

Records (1951-1964) concerning the expansion of the La Jolla campus of the University of California, consisting largely of the correspondence of Roger Revelle, director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, dean of the School of Science and Engineering and first...

 
Office of the Chancellor. Outgoing Correspondence

Outgoing correspondence (1978-1994) from the Office of the Chancellor arranged in chronological order.

 
Oliveros (Pauline) Papers

Papers of Pauline Oliveros, American experimental musician, composer and key figure in the development of contemporary electronic music. The collection contains Oliveros' original writings, compositions, correspondence and sketches. Also included are interviews, programs and reviews, teaching materials and writings about...

 
O'Neill (James) Collection

A collection of British and American literary manuscripts and correspondence primarily from the latter half of the nineteenth century.

 
Oppen (George) Letters

Research files compiled by Rachel Blau DuPlessis concerning American poet George Oppen, comprising photocopies of Oppen's letters (1930-1982), copies of Oppen's FBI file, and miscellaneous correspondence between DuPlessis and others pertaining to those Oppen materials. The results of DuPlessis's research...

 
Oppen (George) Papers

Literary papers of George Oppen (1908-1984), objectivist poet and winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 1969. Most of the materials date from the period 1958-1978. Included are manuscripts and typescripts for all the poems contained in Oppen's nine...

 
Oppen (Mary) Papers

Papers of Mary Oppen, writer, painter, and wife of poet George Oppen. The Mary Oppen Papers contain extensive photographic documentation of the Oppen family, along with artworks by George and Mary Oppen and a small file of papers. The artworks...

 
Orgel (Leslie) Papers

Papers of Leslie Orgel, chemist, molecular biologist and Senior Fellow and Research Professor at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, where he directs the Chemical Evolution Laboratory. Orgel's research interests include nucleic acid chemistry, molecular evolution, prebiotic chemistry, and problems...

 
Origins of the School of Medicine at UCSD

Transcripts, correspondence, and one composite photograph pertaining to a symposium devoted to the origins of the UCSD School of Medicine. The symposium was organized by Robert N. Hamburger, and it took place on 1 November 1984. Roger Revelle, Clark Kerr,...

 
Otay Ranch Records

The Otay Ranch Records document the history of San Diego county through the administrative, economic, financial, employment and agricultural records that describe the operations of this large south county ranch. The documents include correspondence from Stephen Birch, Sr., the original...

 
Owen (Maureen) Papers

Papers of Maureen Owen, poet, editor, publisher and coordinator/director of the St. Mark's Poetry Project (1976-1980). The papers contain correspondence with colleagues, including Rebecca Brown, Bernadette Mayer, Susan Howe, and Ron Padgett; poetry manuscripts and drafts; production materials for published...

 
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Pace (Nello) Himalayan Documents

The Nello Pace Himalayan Documents contain writings relating primarily to the 1954 California Himalaya Expedition to Makalu, the world’s fifth highest peak, located in Nepal. Dr. Nello Pace served as the assistant leader and chief scientist for the expedition, studying...

 
Page Mothers Conference Tapes

Video- and audiotapes of a conference on innovative writing by American women. Organized by Fanny Howe and Rae Armantrout, the conference took place on March 5-6, 1999 at UCSD. The audiotapes include the entire conference proceedings, including poetry readings by...

 
Parry (Chris) Papers

The papers of Chris Parry, Tony Award-winning theatre lighting designer and University of California, San Diego, faculty. The materials illustrate his extensive production career for both stage and film lighting design from 1975-2006 and as a lighting design instructor. The...

 
Partch (Harry) Music Scores

The Harry Partch Music Scores consists of facsimiles of musical and theatrical compositions by Harry Partch, written between 1922 and 1972. Compositions include seminal works such as , , and .

 
Pearce (Roy Harvey) Papers

Papers of scholar, critic, and founder of the UCSD literature department and the Archive for New Poetry. Included is correspondence regarding a wide variety of topics, for example, Jack Spicer research and the creation of the poetry archive. Correspondents include...

 
Pence (Harry) Papers

Papers of Captain Harry Langley Pence, U.S. Naval Academy graduate (1906), career United States Navy officer (1902-1945), and Red Cross administrator (1945-1946). The papers contain correspondence, diaries, memorabilia, memoranda, orders, photographs, reports and Pence's scrapbooks.

 
Penner (Stanford S.) Papers

Papers of Stanford Solomon Penner, professor of engineering physics and director of the Center for Energy and Combustion Research at the University of California, San Diego. Penner is known for his research in combustion and energy, applied spectroscopy, and thermophysics....

 
Perelman (Bob) Papers

Papers of American poet Bob Perelman, documenting his career as a poet, professor, literary critic, and one of the founders of the Language poetry movement on the West Coast. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, teaching materials, conference materials, interviews, ephemera,...

 
Peters (Robert) Papers

Papers of Robert Peters, American poet, critic, scholar, and teacher. A professor of literature (1968-1991) at the University of California, Irvine, Peters reviewed contemporary poetry for small press magazines beginning in the 1970s, published over thirty poetry collections, and performed...

 
Peterson (Laurence) Papers

Papers of Laurence E. Peterson, professor of physics, leader of the High Energy Astronomy Group, and director (1988-1997) of the UCSD Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences (CASS). Peterson was involved in the planning and design of experiments and instruments...

 
Peterson (Ray G.) Papers

Correspondence and professional papers of oceanographer Ray G. Peterson, including research files on ocean currents.

 
Phetteplace (Jon) Papers

Papers of Jon Phetteplace, composer and performer of contemporary music. The papers include drafts, transparencies, and Ozalid prints of his own scores, as well as materials for the performance of works by others; correspondence with composers and friends in English...

 
Phillips (Dennis) Papers

Papers of Dennis Phillips, a Los Angeles poet who has also worked as poetry editor for the LOS ANGELES WEEKLY and as book review editor for the literary magazine SULFUR. The accession, covering the years 1971-1992, includes notebooks and typescripts...

 
Pickett (Rex) Papers

The papers of Rex Pickett, American novelist, screenwriter, film maker and playwright best known for his novel and his play based on the novel. The papers document Pickett's childhood through his writing career to date. The bulk of the papers...

 
Pletcher (Carol) Collection on the U.S. Women Scientists China Study Tour

Papers and photographs documenting Carol Pletcher's trip with the U.S. Women Scientists China Study Tour in 1981, including her travel journal.

 
Prado (Holly) Papers

The Holly Prado Papers include material spanning the career of poet Holly Prado, from examples of early efforts written in her youth in the 1950s, through her professional work into the early 2000s, with the greatest portion of material dating...

 
Pugh (L. G. C. E.) Papers

The papers of L.G.C.E. Pugh, a British physiologist and mountaineer who combined field and laboratory research in pioneering work in modern high-altitude physiology and sports medicine. Pugh conducted studies on the impact of the environment on human physiology and performance...

 
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Raitt (Russell W.) Papers

Papers of Scripps Institution of Oceanography geophysicist Russell W. Raitt, including correspondence, research files, laboratory notebooks, and teaching materials.

 
Rakosi (Carl) Papers

Papers of Carl Rakosi, American poet and social worker, who professionally practiced psychotherapy under the name Callman Rawley. Rakosi was known for his association with the Objectivist movement as well as other Jewish writers. The collection contains correspondence, prose, poems,...

 
Ramaty (Reuven) Papers

Papers of Reuven Ramaty, astrophysicist, pioneer in high energy astrophysics, and a leading theorist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center for over 30 years. The collection documents his years at Goddard Space Flight Center first as post-doctoral research associate, then...

Rappaport (Roy) Papers

Papers of Roy A. Rappaport, an ethnographic anthropologist. The collection includes research papers and materials generated from his fieldwork with the Tsembaga Maring of the Simbai Valley in Papua New Guinea during two field trips (1962-1963 and 1981-1982). Rappaport's first...

 
Read (Kenneth E.) Papers

The papers of anthropologist and professor Kenneth E. Read contain typescript articles and essays based on his field work in Papua New Guinea in the 1940s - 1950s, as well as 1981-1982. Also included are three papers written by patrol...

 
Reeves (John T.) Papers

The papers of John T. Reeves, M.D., professor emeritus of medicine, pediatrics and surgery in the School of Medicine at Colorado University. The papers document his medical and scientific contribution to high altitude, neonatal, and molecular and cellular pulmonary circulation...

Reid (Freda) Papers

A small collection of papers and photographs of marine phytoplankton specialist Freda M. H. Reid. Included are files on Reid's work with plankton taxonomy and ecology, as well as those pertaining to her involvement with the SIO Building Advisory Committee...

 
Reissner (Eric) Papers

Papers of Eric Reissner (1913-1996), professor of mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1938-1969) and professor of applied mechanics and engineering sciences at the University of California, San Diego (1970-1979). Reissner's research interests included problems of turbulence and aerodynamic...

 
Reissner (Hans) Papers

Papers of Hans Reissner (1874-1967), aeronautical engineer, physicist, professor, and researcher. Reissner designed the first successful aircraft with all-metal wing and tail surfaces and the first controllable-pitch propeller. He began his career in Germany, working with Ferdinand Zeppelin, Hugo Junkers...

 
Revelle College Publications

The publications of Revelle College, the first established college at UCSD, contain published materials produced by the Office of the Provost. The publications, including commencement programs, newsletters, and handbooks were produced as informational and educational brochures for current and/or prospective...

 
Revelle (Roger) Papers

Papers of Roger Revelle, distinguished scientist, academic administrator and early climate change theorist. The collection contains his professional correspondence, writings, research and administrative files, and photographs.

 
Reznikoff (Charles) Papers

The papers of a distinguished American literary figure. Reznikoff was a prolific writer of poetry, prose, essays, and chronicler of Judaism and the American Jewish experience. He worked both as an editor and contributing author on and , and was...

 
Róheim (Géza) Papers

Papers of Géza Róheim, a Hungarian anthropologist who applied psychoanalytic techniques to cultural studies. The collection includes drafts of writings and research materials, including transcriptions of the dreams and stories of Australian aborigines, and a vocabulary of the Normanby Islanders.

 
Riedel (William R.) Papers

Correspondence and select subject files of Scripps Institution of Oceanography micropaleontologist William R. Riedel, including JOIDES Planning Committee files related to the Deep Sea Drilling Project.

Ritter Family Papers

The collection consists of correspondence, legal documents, and early photographs from the Ritter families of Syracuse, New York and Hampden, Wisconsin, the immediate relatives of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography founder William E. Ritter.

Ritter (William E.) Papers

The collection consists of professional correspondence, administrative papers documenting the formative years of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, a selection of Ritter's manuscripts and notes, and photographs.

 
Robinson Versus Pauling Case Files

Photocopies of legal documents pertaining to litigation initiated Arthur B. Robinson, an employee and co-founder of the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, against Linus Pauling, the Institute, and several members of the Board of Trustees for, among other...

 
Roland (Patricia D.) Papers

The papers of Patricia D. Roland range in date from 1995-2007 and include letters from poets John Taggart and Dominique Fourcade; typescript drafts of John Taggart's writing; and Patricia Roland's personal papers.

 
Ronk (Martha) Papers

Papers of Martha Ronk, fiction writer, editor, and American poet. The papers primarily document Ronk's literary correspondence, poetry manuscripts, and editorial projects from the mid-1980s to 2008. The bulk of the collection is made up of Ronk's poetry manuscripts and...

 
Rosenbluth (Marshall N.) Papers

Papers of Marshall Rosenbluth, professor at University of California, San Diego, and plasma physicist noted for his work in thermonuclear fusion, the Rosenbluth formula on theoretical scattering, and his role in the discovery of Rosenbluth-Hinton flows. The bulk of the...

 
Ross (Harold) Papers

Papers of cultural anthropologist Harold Marion Ross, who was known for his ethnographic studies of the Baegu people of Malaita in the Solomon Islands. The collection includes correspondence, research files, manuscripts, notebooks, photographs, slides, and audio recordings.

 
Rossfelder (André M.) Papers

Papers of Algerian-born geologist André Rossfelder detail his varied professional and personal interests. Materials include research and subject files, biographical information, photographs, maps, patents, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and film and audio of the Cousteau Diving Saucer. Much of the collection...

 
Rothenberg (Jerome) Papers

Papers of Jerome Rothenberg, American poet, performance artist, editor, translator, and teacher.

 
Rubenstein (Richard) Papers

Papers of Richard Rubenstein, American poet. The papers contain letters (1950-1958) to Rubenstein, letters his wife received after his death about his manuscripts, manuscripts, and a bound scrapbook of clippings and letters. His correspondence includes two letters from William Carlos...

 
Rudee (M. Lea) “Jazz in San Diego” Photographs

These photographs were all taken during live performances of jazz in San Diego. A few were taken in night clubs. Most were taken at performances of either the San Diego Jazz Festival, when I served on its board of directors,...

 
Rudwick (Martin) Papers on the UC San Diego Science Studies Program

Papers retained by history of science professor Martin Rudwick, related to the development of the Science Studies Program at UC San Diego. The collection includes correspondence, memos, meeting minutes, and brochures.

 
Ryan (John T.) correspondence

The correspondence of John T. Ryan (1891-1934) documents the activities of a Tuolumne County, California, quartz and placer gold mine owner. The bulk of the correspondence deals with Ryan's attempts to find financial backers to help him develop the Ryan...

 
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Salerno (Mark) Papers

Papers of Mark Salerno (1956-), a Los Angeles-based poet and founding editor of .

Salk (Jonas) Papers

Papers of Dr. Jonas Salk, noted physician, virologist, humanitarian, and founder of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego, California. Salk is best known for his development of the world's first successful vaccine for the prevention of poliomyelitis,...

 
Saltman (Paul) Papers

Papers (1933-1999) of Paul Saltman, biochemist, professor of biology and administrator at the University of California, San Diego. Saltman studied the basic chemistry of metal ions in biological systems, the role of trace metal elements in nutrition and gained popular...

 
San Diego County Hospital Records

Records of the San Diego County Hospital. This collection comprises hospital registers, discharge records and service analysis ledgers, as well as birth and death registers. The materials range between 1912 and 1954, with the bulk dating between 1940 and 1942.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Construction Collection

The collection documents the planning and structural engineering of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge from the project binders of junior bridge engineer, Nathan Davis Whitman, Jr., who worked for the State of California Department of Public Works, Division of Highways...

 
Scalapino (Leslie) Papers

Papers of Leslie Scalapino, Bay Area poet, scholar, experimental prose writer and founding editor of O Books, an Oakland, California publisher. The collection contains correspondence with other prominent poets and writers, typescripts of published and unpublished literary works, and talks...

Scheffler (Harold) Papers

Papers of anthropologist Harold Scheffler, relating to Scheffler's field research on ambilineal descent groups on Choiseul Island in the Solomon Islands between 1958 and 1961, and to his comparative study of religious revitalization movements, especially the Christian Fellowship Church, conducted...

 
Schelling (Andrew) Papers

Papers of Andrew Schelling, American poet, translator, editor, and teacher. The collection documents his career as a poet, essayist, editor, ecologist, translator of classical Indian poetry, and as a professor at Naropa University. Schelling's papers include correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, translations,...

 
Schneider (Alan) Papers

Papers of Alan Schneider, a prominent American theater director who staged the U.S. premiere of Samuel Beckett's . The collection includes Schneider's production files, which contain the director's prompt books with conceptual notes, analysis of theme and characters, and notes...

 
Schnorr (Michael) Collection of Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo Records

The collection contains records, photographs, and audiovisual media from the artist collective Border Art Workshop/Tallér de Arte Fronterízo (BAW/TAF), as gathered and maintained by Michael Schnorr, one of the founding members of the group.

 
Scholander (Per Fredrik) Papers

The collection consists of papers documenting the life and professional career of physiologist Per Fredrik Scholander. Papers include biographical materials, admistrative files, research and expedition activities, lectures and writings, committee service and honors, as well as images, media and...

 
Schuyler (James) Papers

Papers of James Schuyler, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and member of the New York School circle of poets and painters. A New York City resident since 1950, Schuyler moved among prominent artists and writers of the period and worked as an...

 
Schwerner (Armand) Papers

Papers of Armand Schwerner, poet, performance artist, musician, translator, editor and professor of literature. The papers contain correspondence, drafts of published and unpublished poetry and prose, journals, notes, translations, reviews and editorial work. Schwerner's readings and performances are represented...

 
Scobie (James) Papers

Papers of historian James Ralston Scobie, an author, educator, and scholar of Latin American history. The bulk of the collection consists of research files and publication materials relating to his study of the the social and economic development of major...

 
Scripps Research Institute Office of Public Affairs Records

Records of the Office of Public Affairs of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), a biomedical research, educational and clinical institution first located on Prospect Street in La Jolla, California, and later moved to Torrey Pines mesa. The collection contains public...

 
Seaton (Peter) Papers

Papers of Peter Seaton, an American poet and writer associated with the Language poets. Materials include typescript and manuscript drafts of Seaton's writing, drafts of unpublished poetry books, and ephemera related to Seaton and his career.

Seuss (Dr.) Collection

Manuscripts and drawings of Theodor S. Geisel, author and illustrator known internationally as Dr. Seuss. The collection (1919-1992) includes early drawings, manuscripts and drawings for the majority of his children's books, scripts and storyboards for Dr. Seuss films, television specials...

 
Seymour (Tony) Papers

Papers of poet Tony Seymour (1951- ), a contemporary San Francisco-based poet and performance artist. The collection contains writings, drawings, photographs, ephemera, and recordings related to Seymour's life and literary career.

 
Shimkin (Michael Boris) Papers

Michael Boris Shimkin was born in Siberia in 1912 and emigrated to the United States in 1928. Shimkin played an important role in American cancer research as a clinical and experimental researcher and an editor of major research journals. He...

 
Shippey (Lee) Papers

The papers of Lee Shippey, writer and journalist for the LOS ANGELES TIMES (1923-1958), include correspondence, poetry, published and unpublished manuscripts, lyrics, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings. The scrapbooks document his LOS ANGELES TIMES daily column "Leeside o' L.A.," and his...

 
Shipway (Verna Cook) Papers

Papers of Verna Cook Shipway, American architect and author. Shipway designed homes in New York State and California, and wrote, with her husband Warren Shipway, five books on contemporary Mexican residential architecture and interior design. The papers include correspondence, travel...

 
Shor (George G.) Papers

Papers of marine geophysicist George Shor, including his correspondence, committee files, teaching materials and geophysics research files. The collection also includes materials regarding the historic preservation of the Old Scripps Building.

 
Silliman (Ron) Papers

Papers of Ron Silliman, American writer and editor. Silliman has lived in the San Francisco Bay Area most of his life and is associated with the Language school of contemporary writers. He edited the anthology In The American Tree, published...

 
Simnad (Massoud T.) Papers

Papers of Massoud T. Simnad (1921-2002), an engineer in nuclear energy and UCSD adjunct professor of materials science and engineering. The collection documents Simnad's work in the field of nuclear reactor technologies and superconductivity and contains files related to his...

SIO Biographical Files

The collection contains biographical information about Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) students, faculty, staff, and other individuals associated with SIO or with the history of oceanography.

 
SIO Subject Files

The Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) Subject Files contain materials documenting the history of SIO and, more broadly, the historical development of oceanography in the twentieth century.

 
Smith (Alex) Papers

Papers of Alex Smith, poet, writer, teacher and bibliographer. The collection includes typescripts of hundreds of Smith's poems, manuscripts of his short stories and long poems, and correspondence with a number of important literary figures including: Steve Benson, Alan Bernheimer,...

 
Smith (David) Collection of Diane Wakoski Materials

The David Smith Collection of Diane Wakoski Materials is comprised mainly of Smith's unpublished manuscript on Wakoski's writings. There is correspondence between Smith and Wakoski included, as well as some drafts of Wakoski's published works. The collection spans from 1950,...

 
Snyder (Gary). Letters to Shandel Parks

Letters from poet Gary Snyder to Sally “Shandel” Parks, friend and prominent member of the local San Francisco Bohemian scene, written during the period from June 1953 to April 1966. Collection contains letters, postcards, poems, and ephemera - including one...

 
Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies. Records

The records (1969-1985) of the Society for Spanish and Portuguese Studies document the Society's administrative and program activities for the promotion and support of historical scholarship and research in Iberian history and related fields. The material includes correspondence, conference programs...

 
Spiess (Fred N.) Papers

Papers of oceanographer and deep-sea explorer Fred Noel Spiess, including his correspondence, research files, professional materials and writings. The collection also includes some family papers, such as early correspondence between Spiess and his wife, Sally, and materials documenting their joint...

 
Spruce Street Forum and Fresh Sound Records

The collection consists of the records of Spruce Street Forum, an organization founded in 1995 by Bonnie Broderick Wright as a venue for experimental and avant-garde artists, writers, theorists and scholars to present their work. It contains artist files relating...

 
Stein (Leonard) Papers

Papers of Leonard Stein, American music scholar, pianist and musical director of "Encounters," a series of musical events performed in Los Angeles and co-sponsored by the Pasadena Art Museum, the Coleman Chamber Music Association, the Pasadena Music Teachers' Association, and...

 
Stewart (James) Papers

Papers of James Stewart, former chief Diving Officer at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and scuba training pioneer. The collection contains correspondence, professional materials, writings, photographs, and diving-related subject files and diving manuals.

 
Stewart (John) Papers

The papers of John Stewart, author, musician and UCSD Muir College provost (1965-1987) contain the research materials for his book about composer Ernst Krenek titled (1991), including typescript drafts; notes describing correspondence, essays, and articles about Krenek; chronologies; and a...

 
Strathern (Andrew) and Pamela J. Stewart Photographs and Audiorecordings

Photographs and audiorecordings of Professor Andrew Strathern and Dr. Pamela J. Stewart, who are a husband and wife research team. Strathern and Stewart have carried out long-term fieldwork in the Western and Southern Highlands Provinces of Papua New Guinea, studying...

 
Stuart Collection Records

The Stuart Collection at the University of California, San Diego, is a collection of site-specific public art in settings where people can encounter it as part of their everyday lives. The artists invited to contribute proposals by the Stuart Collection's...

 
Studebaker (Marvin) Papers

Papers of Marvin Studebaker, an amateur historian of the Civil War and San Diego. Included in the papers are Studebaker's research on Henry J. Hartstene, a participant in Arctic exploration parties of the 1850s and a naval officer in the...

 
Suess (Hans) Papers

Papers of Hans Suess, an Austrian-born geochemist who pioneered radiocarbon dating techniques and was a founding faculty member of the University of California, San Diego. His papers span the years 1875-1991 and contain grant proposals, conference materials, subject files, photographs,...

Sumner Family Papers

Papers of Francis Bertody Sumner, one of the first Scripps Institution of Oceanography biologists, and his family. The collection consists of correspondence, academic papers and reports, photo albums and prints, scrapbooks, and records of the Sumner Club.

 
Sun & Moon Press Archive

Archives of the Sun & Moon Press, Douglas Messerli's "alternative" publishing venture, dedicated to experimental poetry, fiction and drama. Sun & Moon Press was founded in 1976 in College Park, Maryland, and later relocated to Los Angeles. The bulk of...

 
Sushi Contemporary Performance and Visual Arts Archive

Archive of Sushi Contemporary Performance & Visual Arts documents the organization from its inception in 1980, to its end in 2011, and records Sushi's contribution to the San Diego art scene. The collection details the activities of the organization and...

Sverdrup (Harald) Manuscripts

The collection consists of typewritten manuscripts and related materials co-authored or written by Sverdrup, including .

Swope Family Correspondence

Letters from Charles Byron Swope to his wife, Gretchen, written during his tour of duty during World War I at Fort McDowell on Angel Island in San Francisco Bay.

 
Szilard (Gertrud Weiss) Papers

Papers of physician Gertrud Weiss Szilard. Weiss was a professor of preventive medicine and a public health officer, researcher, and consultant. She was married to nuclear physicist and biologist Leo Szilard and edited his papers after his death. Her papers...

Szilard (Leo) and Aaron Novick Research Files

Laboratory notebooks (1948-1953) of Leo Szilard and Aaron Novick. Szilard, a nuclear physicist, biologist and advocate of global arms control, held an appointment (1948-1955) as a professor of biophysics at the Institute of Radiology and Biophysics, University of Chicago, and,...

Szilard (Leo) Letters to Gertrud Weiss

The Leo Szilard Letters to Gertrud Weiss collection contains letters written between 1937 and 1959 from Szilard to Weiss. The letters document the development of their relationship during this period and cover a variety of topics, including Szilard's battle with...

Szilard (Leo) Papers

Papers of Leo Szilard, nuclear physicist, biologist, and advocate of global arms control. Most of the material in the accession processed in 1988 dates from the late 1930s to the early 1960s, the period following Szilard's move to the United...

 
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Taggart (John) Papers

Papers of John Taggart, a contemporary American poet known for his formal and prosodic innovations. The collection contains manuscripts and typescripts of Taggart's published and unpublished poetry, juvenilia from the 1960s and 70s, fiction, and essays devoted to the work...

 
Tardos (Anne) Papers

Papers of Anne Tardos (1943-), a multilingual poet, composer, and artist. The collection documents Tardos's highly collaborative creative process, especially her decades-long partnership with poet Jackson Mac Low. Her papers include personal documents; correspondence with friends, family, and colleagues; manuscripts...

 
Telford (Chiyo Thomas) Papers

The Chiyo Thomas Telford Papers contain correspondence, memorabilia and photographs from the World War II period, when Telford was with the American Red Cross in the Philippines, to the early 1950s. Principal correspondents include Elbert D.Thomas, her father and senator...

 
Theatre and Arts Foundation of San Diego County. Records

Records of the Theatre and Arts Foundation of San Diego County, a non-profit corporation founded in 1954 to promote the county's cultural development through educational lecture programs, special events, international friendship programs, and the performing arts, especially the La Jolla...

 
Thompson (William) Papers

Papers of William Bell Thompson, physicist, researcher, professor, editor, and administrator. Thompson did pioneering work in plasma physics and established the field at Oxford University and the University of California, San Diego. He did theoretical and applied work in controlled...

 
Thurgood Marshall College Provost Records

The records of the Thurgood Marshall College Provost, formerly the Third College Provost, contain administrative correspondence and subject files, outgoing chronological correspondence files, newspaper clippings (1969-1981), and photographs (1970-1989) of people and events. Additionally, the records include publications created by...

 
Tisi (Gennaro) Papers

Papers of Gennaro M. Tisi, noted clinical and research specialist in the area of pulmonary medicine and a founding member of the School of Medicine, University of California, San Diego. Author of over 100 original articles, chapters, and abstracts, Tisi's...

 
Topolobampo Collection

The Topolobampo Collection contains Albert Kimsey Owen's business records and promotional materials related to the colony and railroad enterprise established on Topolobampo Bay, Sinaloa, Mexico between 1872 and 1910. Materials include business correspondence, writings by Owen, legal documents, descriptions of...

 
Townsend (Patricia) Traditional Birth Attendants in Papua New Guinea Project materials

Survey form responses, correspondence, and report drafts for the UNICEF funded Papua New Guinea Institute of Applied Social and Economic Research (IASER) project entitled "Survey of Traditional Birth Attendants in Papua New Guinea." The project was conducted by Dr. Patricia...

 
Traylor (Teddy G.) Papers

Papers of Teddy G. Traylor, organic chemist and professor of chemistry at the University of California, San Diego. Traylor's research interests included organometallic chemistry, autooxidation, oxygen transport, and bioorganic chemistry. He made significant contributions to biomimetic chemistry through studies of...

 
Turnbull (Gael). Letters to Cid Corman and Misc. Papers

The Gael Turnbull Papers are arranged in two series: 1) LETTERS TO CID CORMAN and 2) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS....

 
Tuzin (Donald) Papers

The papers of Donald Tuzin, Melanesian anthropologist, UC San Diego Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and specialist on the Ilahita Arapesh people of Papua New Guinea. His papers include correspondence, photographs, notebooks and other materials relating to his field research trips...

 
Tyson (Ian) Collection

The Ian Tyson Collection contains book production materials for collaborations between Ian Tyson, the British painter, printmaker and book artist, and prominent poets including Andrew Crozier, Larry Eigner, Wai-lim Yip, Jackson Mac Low, and Jerome Rothenberg. Materials include correspondence, manuscripts,...

 
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UC San Diego. Friends of the International Center Records

The Friends of the International Center Records document the activities of the Friends, a volunteer organization dedicated to supporting the programs of the UC San Diego International Center and fostering international education, friendship, and cooperation.

 
UC San Diego. Office of the Chancellor. Subject Files

Subject files maintained by Policy and Records Administration, including records from the Office of the Chancellor, the Office of the Associate Vice-Chancellor for Business Affairs, as well as selected materials from the offices of the Vice-Chancellor for Administration and the...

UCSD 25th Anniversary Oral Histories

Oral histories conducted by Kathryn Ringrose and sponsored by the Mandeville Special Collections Library of various persons involved with the establishment and development of the University of California, San Diego in the early 1960s. The interviews were conducted as part...

 
UCSD Center for Research in Computing and the Arts Collection

The UCSD Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA) collection documents the activities of the experimental music and computer-based music research unit between 1972-1993. The documents were collected internally by staff and faculty for educational and archives purposes....

 
UCSD Natural Reserve System Records

Records of the UCSD Natural Land and Water Reserves System (NLWRS), later designated as the Natural Reserve System, established in 1965 as part of the University of California Natural Reserves System represents materials from both the UC Natural Reserves System...

 
UCSD Office of Capital Planning Project Planning Guides

The Capital Planning Project Planning Guides contain administrative and planning documents for proposed facilities and building spaces, or renovation initiatives for the main campus, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, and the UCSD Medical Center (Hillcrest). Project Planning Guides are prepared by...

 
United Artists (New York, N.Y.) Records

Records of a publishing company established by poets Lewis Warsh and Bernadette Mayer in 1977. Successor to Angel Hair magazine and Angel Hair Books, United Artists published works of contemporary poets and writers, including Ted Berrigan, Clark Coolidge, Alan Ginsberg,...

 
University Art Gallery Records

The records of the UCSD University Art Gallery include materials related to the administrative functions of the Gallery and the Art Council Executive Board, as well as records of exhibitions that were curated between 1966 and 2015.

 
University Communications Public Relations Materials

Public relations materials created and collected by University Communications, the UCSD administrative office responsible for informing the public about teaching, research, administration, public services, and student life at the University. The collection includes national and regional newspaper clippings (1961-1999) about...

 
University of California, San Diego. Associate Dean for Curriculum and Student Affairs. Committee Files

Correspondence, minutes, and reports of various committees (1961-1998) reporting to the Associate Dean for Curriculum and Student Affairs in the UCSD School of Medicine. Collectively the committees share responsibility for development and administration of curriculum in the UCSD School of...

 
University of California, San Diego. Campus Planning Office Administrative Files

Administrative files of the UCSD Campus Planning Office, including materials related to academic and facilities planning at UCSD between 1956 and 1984. The files document the development of campus master plans, new programs, capital outlay, new colleges, and facilities and...

 
University of California, San Diego. Chair, Dept. of Physical Education. Administrative Records.

Administrative records for the Department of Physical Education from 1975-1994. The collection includes correspondence of the department chair, departmental memoranda and minutes of department committee meetings, departmental policy statements, reports of accreditation reviews and of audits, and files pertaining to...

 
University of California, San Diego. Committee for Arts and Lectures. Records

The records of the UCSD Committee for Arts and Lectures document the activities of an early interdepartmental committee which reported directly to the chancellor. The committee planned, scheduled, publicized, and managed all events on campus, including fine arts exhibits, film...

 
University of California, San Diego. Contemporary Black Arts Program. Records

The records of the Contemporary Black Arts Program consist of program files related to its academic administration, publicity materials for various events sponsored by CBAP, files associated with the participation of the program director, Floyd Gaffney, in the Black Faculty...

 
University of California, San Diego. Council of Provosts. Meeting Minutes.

Meeting minutes, agendas and related documents (1986-1994, 1995-1999) of the UCSD Council of Provosts. Materials created between July 1994 and June 1995 are not included in this collection.

 
University of California, San Diego. Department of Music Program and Publicity Files

The files for the UCSD Department of Music include programs and publicity materials from 1966-2000. The materials document the performance history for the department and the collaborations with musicians and artists, both regionally and internationally.

 
University of California, San Diego. Friends of the UCSD Library. Records

Records documenting the growth and development of the Friends of the UCSD Library, a non-profit educational organization dedicated to supporting the interests and needs of the libraries at the University of California, San Diego. The materials consist primarily of correspondence,...

 
University of California, San Diego. Office of the Vice Chancellor for Graduate Studies and Research Records

The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Graduate Studies and Research records contain subject and academic program files representing the administration and organization for graduate studies affairs and research activities. The majority of the files reflect the administration of Richard...

 
University of California, San Diego, Office of the Vice-Chancellor, Student Affairs Records

Records of the Vice-Chancellor, Student Affairs (1962-2004) at the University of California, San Diego contain administrative files related to student life, student committees and activities, facilities, and campus student services. The files also document early campus activities and publications, including...

 
University of California, San Diego. Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. Administrative Files

Administrative files (1960-1994) of the Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at the University of California, San Diego. Included are administrative correspondence and subject files, bulk dates from 1972 to 1994, related to the academic functions and responsibilities of the office....

 
University of California, San Diego. Vice Chancellor for Administration. Records

Records of the Vice Chancellor for Administration (V. Wayne Kennedy), including outgoing correspondence (1982-1992) and subject files (1965-1994). The materials relate to property acquisition and management, especially Blackhorse Farms, La Jolla Farms, and the Elliott Field Station; facility construction, including...

 
University of California, San Diego, Vice Chancellor for Health Sciences and Dean, School of Medicine Records

Records of the Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the School of Medicine at the University of California, San Diego. Included are the subject files (1955-1981) and outgoing correspondence (1970-1978) related to the academic functions and responsibilities arranged in three series: 1)...

Urey (Harold Clayton) Papers

Papers of Harold Clayton Urey, Nobel Prize-winning chemist who contributed to significant advances in the fields of physical chemistry, geochemistry, lunar science, and astrochemistry. He received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1934 for his discovery of deuterium, and made...

 
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Vangelisti (Paul) Papers

Papers of Paul Vangelisti, poet, editor, translator, publisher, and radio producer. The collection includes correspondence with colleagues; drafts of single poems and collected works; translations; book and art reviews; notebooks; and materials relating to Vangelisti's poetry readings and literary conferences.

 
Vanguard Press. Dr. Seuss files

The Vanguard Press publishing files are related to distribution rights for THE 500 HATS OF BARTHOLOMEW CUBBINS and TO THINK THAT I SAW IT ON MULBERRY STREET by Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel). Largely a correspondence (1968-1985) between Vanguard Press...

 
Vanuatu Oral Histories of World War II

The Vanuatu Oral Histories of World War II contains transcripts of interviews, conducted from 1987-1988, with Vanuatu men and women who experienced the war. The bulk of these transcripts are in Bislama, and describe topics such as the arrival...

Vaughan (Thomas Wayland) Papers

The collection consists of professional correspondence, photographs, and manuscripts relating to the research interests of Thomas Wayland Vaughan.

Vermilion (William F.) Papers

Papers of William F. Vermilion, physician, Civil War captain (1862-1865), Iowa state senator, and lawyer. The collection includes materials from Vermilion's military service in Company F of the 36th Infantry Regiment of Iowa Volunteers, such as wartime correspondence with his...

 
Vermont (Charlie) Papers

Papers of an American poet and editor which shed light on the careers of a group of writers who began publishing in the late 1960's. Vermont published three books of poetry: CHARLIE IS LAUGHING, TWO WOMEN, and SELECTED POEMS. He...

Villegas (José) Collection on Mining

Papers of José A. Villegas, a scholar and lecturer specializing in technological development in Latin America. The collection includes Villegas's research materials on 18th and 19th century mining technologies; original and reproduced mine illustrations, sections, and maps; and original documents,...

 
Vogt (Marguerite) Collection

Collection of Marguerite Vogt, prominent molecular biologist and virologist at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies. She is noted for her research in the development of a polio vaccine and studies linked to the genetic nature of cancer. Her collection...

 
Voigt (Melvin) Papers

Papers of Melvin Voigt, first university librarian (1960-1976) at the University of California, San Diego. The materials relate to Voigt's professional career in library science as an editor, writer, reviewer, researcher, and consultant. Included are correspondence, journal articles, book reviews,...

 
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Ward (Michael P.) Papers

Manuscripts, photocopies of typescripts, and reprints documenting Michael Ward's medical and geographical investigations in the Bhutan Himalayas....

 
Warren (Gerald) Papers

Papers of Gerald Lee Warren, deputy press secretary during the Nixon and Ford administrations and editor (1975-1995) of the . The collection contains Warren's office files from the editorial department of the and includes subject files, correspondence, department files, membership...

 
Warren S. Wooster Papers

A small collection of expedition files and photographs by oceanographer Warren Wooster.

 
Weimer (Jan) Papers

Papers of Jan Weimer, former executive food editor of , author, food writer, and consultant. The collection dates from 1974 to 2004, and contains letters, drafts of articles, clippings, tear sheets, awards, ephemera, and photographs, as well as video and...

Weiner (Hannah) papers

Papers of Hannah Weiner (1928-1997), a New York City poet and significant member of the "language-centered" group of writers. The papers, covering the years 1946-2002, contain notebooks, typescripts of poems, prose works, typed transcriptions of notebooks, audiorecordings, and miscellaneous materials....

 
Welch (Lew) Papers

The papers of an important member of the West Coast Beat poetry community. Lew Welch's papers include correspondence, poetry, prose, plays, essays, songs, scrolls, and notebooks. The collection as a whole contains information pertaining both to Welch's personal battle with...

 
West (John B.) Papers

Papers of John B. West (b. 1928), professor of physiology, researcher in high-altitude medicine and adaptation, author, and leader of the 1981 American Medical Research Expedition to Mt. Everest (AMREE). West participated in Sir Edmund Hillary's 1960-1961 Himalayan Scientific and...

 
Westmoreland Versus CBS Collection

The WESTMORELAND/CBS COLLECTION contains many of the joint exhibits entered into the record during the libel suit of General William Westmoreland against the Columbia Broadcasting Company in 1985. Included are photocopies of interview transcripts, notes, memoranda, cables, CIA records, books,...

 
White Mountain Research Station Administrative Files

Administrative files of the White Mountain Research Station, a University of California Multicampus Research Unit (MRU) supporting high altitude research. The station operated under the direction of Nello Pace (1950-1977) and William J. Welch (1977-1979) of UCB, Clarence A. Hall,...

 
Williams (Harrison) Collection on Expeditions of William Beebe and George P. Putnam

A small archive of papers collected by Harrison Williams, a wealthy businessman who provided financial support for three major natural history expeditions: William Beebe's Galápagos Expedition (1923) and Arcturus Expedition (1925) for the New York Zoological Society; and George P....

Williams (Milo Woodbridge) Papers

Papers and photographs created by Milo Woodbridge Williams, who was a graduate student at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography from 1947-48 and a professional photographer.

 
Williams (Sherley Anne) Papers

The papers of Sherley Anne Williams, a distinguished African American professor of literature at the University of California, San Diego, documents Williams' literary and teaching career through manuscripts of her writings, transcripts of her readings, correspondence, teaching materials, news...

 
Wilson (Edwin C.) Papers

Papers of Edwin C. Wilson, (1893-1972), American diplomat, served as U.S. Minister to Uruguay from 1939-1941, U.S. Ambassador to Panama from 1941-1943 and U.S. Ambassador to Turkey from 1945-1948. Materials include correspondence, writings, photographs, U.S. State Department documents and ephemera.

 
Wyss (Oscar) Oxygen Generator Files

A collection of documents pertaining to Dr. Oscar Wyss's modification of an oxygen generator manufactured by Mine Safety Appliances in Pittsburgh, Penn. for use by climbers during the 1951 Swiss Everest Expedition. The collection includes correspondence among Dr. Wyss and...

 
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Yates (Peter) Papers

Papers of a music critic, author, teacher, and poet, who championed modern avant-garde music, presented a series of chamber concerts in Los Angeles called "Evenings on the Roof," and headed the music department at Buffalo State University. The materials consist...

 
Yellen (Ben) Correspondence with Arthur Brunwasser

This small collection of correspondence contains approximately fifty letters and notes consisting mainly of correspondence (most covering the period 1987-1991, with attachments dating back to 1972) that Imperial Valley physician and social activist, Dr. Ben Yellen, sent to others, and...

 
Yellen (Ben) Correspondence with Charles L. Smith

The Ben Yellen correspondence with Charles L. Smith files contain mainly correspondence in the form of prescription-pad notes (1960-1970s) from Yellen to Smith regarding water rights in Imperial County (Calif.), writings and lists (1970-1999) created by Smith about Yellen, and...

 
Yellen (Ben) Papers

Papers of Benjamin L. Yellen (1907-1994), physician and political activist in Brawley, California. Most materials date from 1948 to 1994 and pertain to water, farming and medical issues in Southern California. Typewritten correspondence forms the core of the collection, while...

 
Yellen Versus Imperial Irrigation District Collection

The files contain the official transcripts of two federal trials regarding water use in the Imperial Valley and the non-enforcement of two provisions of the original Reclamation Act of 1902. The provisions concerned a 160-acre land size limitation and a...

 
Yellow Aster Mine Research Material

Clippings, correspondence, notes and documents related to the Yellow Aster Mine and mining life in Randsburg, California.

 
York (Herbert F.) Papers

Papers of Herbert Frank York, founding director of the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory (1952-58); member of the Presidential Scientific Advisory Committee under Presidents Eisenhower and Johnson; chief scientist of the Department of Defense's Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA); first chancellor of...

 
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Zetler (Bernard D.) Papers

Papers of Bernard D. Zetler, a research oceanographer at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography who studied tides and tsunamis.

 
Zimm (Bruno) Papers

Papers of Bruno Zimm, inventor, educator, and polymer DNA scientist. Professor of chemistry and biochemistry at University of California, San Diego, from 1960 to 1991 and professor emeritus after his retirement in 1991. Zimm is known for his work on...

ZoBell (Claude E.) Papers

Marine microbiologist Claude E. ZoBell's biographical materials, correspondence, professional files, writings and photographs.

 
Zweifach (Benjamin) Papers

Papers of Benjamin W. Zweifach, pioneering researcher in the field of microcirculation and co-founder of the Bioengineering Department at the University of California, San Diego. Zweifach served as professor of bioengineering at UCSD from 1966-1981 and was designated emeritus professor...