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[G.?] A. Story letter, 1911 November 11

One letter (ALS) to Walter Crane, English artist and book illustrator, complimenting him on his work and saying he is forwarding some sketches to him. South Hampstead, [England], Nov. 11 , 1911. Alpha list.

 
G. Cramer Oude Kunst Gallery Records

The records of G. Cramer Oude Kunst in The Hague in the Netherlands document the gallery's business since the early 1920s until the late 1990s, with the bulk of the collection dating from 1938 to 1998. Of particular research value...

 
G. E. Tempo collection, circa 1972-1973

Pamphlets and ephemera from the UCSB Library's Local History File, re the Santa Barbara-based long-range research and planning component of the General Electric Company, and protests against it, ca. 1972-1973. Alpha list.

 
G. Edward Vandeventer Collection of Public Transportation Ephemera, Reports, and Other Material

Gale Edward Vandeventer was an employee of the Southern California Rapid Transit District (SCRTD) from 1975 to the 1997. During this time, Vandeventer contributed to the creation of a new scheduling system for SCRTD's Scheduling Department and was part of...

 
G. H. de Brugada correspondence, 1925

Three letters (two TLS and one ALS) from Brugada to the duc de Bauffremont re literary matters, including the literary review Zodiaque. Ile Maurice [Mauritius] , 1925. Found in Zodiaque: Cahiers Litteraires Trimestriels (Ile Maurice 1925), nos. 1-3. Alpha list.

 
G. Lawrence Rarick papers, circa 1965-1992.

Materials from George Lawrence Rarick's tenure in the Department of Physical Education at the University of California, Berkeley, including correspondence (1978-1992), professional files, writings, and research files on topics relating mostly to Rarick's work on motor development in disabled children....

 
G. P. Rollins letter, 1878 February 27

One letter (ALS) to C. G. Pervear of East Andover N.H. re political squabble. United States Senate Chamber, Washington, D.C., 27 Feb. 1878.

 
G. Sutton Breiding papers, 1974-1996.

Correspondence, chiefly with Don Herron, 1974-1996, and George Haas, 1974-1976, and writings by Breiding, including dark fantasy poems and prose, notes, and fragments, along with reviews, articles, and announcements. Includes Breiding's manuscripts for Gothic twilight and Necklace of blood.

 
G. V. Fox letter to H. R. Anthony, 1865 November 10.

One brief holograph letter written from Washington D.C., regarding Anthony's request for information.

 
G. W. Cassidy letter to his brother C.C. Cassidy : Gold Hill, Nev. : ALS, 1868 Feb. 28.

Written on the blank leaf of printed copy of the Constitution of the Gold Hill Democratic Club, which he had helped organize.

 
Gaard (David) Theatrical Works and Short Stories

Scripts and screenplays of original theatrical works and adaptations for the stage and screen by David Gaard, alone and in collaboration with others. Production and performance materials, including contracts, set designs, printouts of e-mail, schedules, fliers, postcards, programs, and reviews.

 
Gabensky (Dora) papers

Correspondence, bulletins, newsletters, reports, pamphlets, serial issues, certificates, and photographs, relating to Bulgarian literature and culture; Bulgarian émigré activities; activities of various anti-communist organizations, including the Bulgarian National Front, the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations, and the Assembly of Captive European...

 
Gabon subject collection

Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, reports, speeches, and other printed matter, relating to political social and economic conditions in Gabon.

 
Gabor (Aron) papers

Writings, correspondence, personal documents, photographs, sound recordings, and video tapes, relating to conditions in Soviet forced labor camps, and to political conditions in Hungary. Includes some papers of Emmy Gábor, wife of Áron Gábor.

 
Gabor (Robert) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, legal agreements, clippings, and photographs, relating to establishment of the Jomo Kenyatta Foundation, Kenneth Kaunda Foundation and Milton Obote Foundation for the purposes of publishing and other educational and cultural activities in Kenya, Zambia and Uganda respectively.

 
Gabriel Colvin Wharton Railroad collection, circa 1850s, 1867-1880s

Correspondence, financial records, legal documents, and reports relating to Gabriel Colvin Wharton's career as a civil engineer specializing in railroad construction. Wharton was a VMI honors graduate and Civil War Confederate brigadier general with the Virginia 45th Infantry, but the...

 
Gabriel (Israel) Papers

This collection comprises personal papers documenting the career and academic work of choreographer, dancer, and University of California, Irvine dance instructor Israel "El" Gabriel. The bulk of this collection consists of photographic material and memorabilia documenting the work of Gabriel...

 
Gabriel Sovulewski papers, 1864-1977 (bulk 1906-1938).

Contains correspondence mostly while Sovulewski was Superintendant of Yosemite National Park. Many of the letters were from Harry C. Benson, his superior in the Dept. of the Interior. The correspondence discusses Yosemite roads, trails, bridges, forestry, and the Sentinel Hotel,...

 
Gabriel Vargas drawings of Familia Burrón comic book characters [graphic].

Original drawings of various Familia Burrón comic book characters.

 
Gabrieliño Indians Publications Collection

This collection brings together publications about the Gabrieliño Nation of Southern California. It includes books, periodical and newspaper articles, dissertations, and government documents, and covers the Nation's rich history, from prehistoric times to the present.

 
Gabrielson (Walter) papers

Walter Gabrielson (1935-2008) was a southern California painter, sculptor, professor, and arts writer. He served as professor at California State University Northridge (1966-1981) and helped form the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art (1973-1988). The collection consists of professional records...

 
Gaddis (William) Collection

William (Bill) Gaddis was born in Berkeley, California in 1920.  Gaddis was about ten years old when his father, a Captain in the United States Navy, was posted to command a ship on the China Station. He spent two years...

 
Gaddis (William P., Jr.) Papers

This collection documents the underground gay life of William P. Gaddis, Jr. during his military service in the United States Navy at the time of World War II and contains letters from his travels in the late 1950s, as a...

 
Gadsby (Henry Franklin) papers

Writings, correspondence, printed matter, and memorabilia, relating to Canadian and British politics, primarily in the interwar period, and to British Empire war efforts during World War I.

 
Gaelic (steamer-bark) logbook

The Gaelic (steamer-bark) logbook (SAFR 16501, HDC 223) is a photocopy of a ship's log on a passage from San Francisco to Yokohama to Hong Kong in 1880. This item is available for use without restriction.

 
Gaer (Joseph) Papers

Joseph Gaer (originally Joseph Fishman) (1897-1969) was a lecturer in contemporary literature at UC Berkeley (1930-35), editor-in-chief and chief field supervisor for the Federal Writers Project (1935-39), consultant to the administrator of the Farm Security Administration (1939-41), special assistant to...

 
Gaeth (Arthur) radio news broadcast

Broadcast from Nuremberg, Germany, over the Mutual Broadcasting System, relating to the execution of leading Nazis convicted of war crimes.

 
Gaffey (John T.) Papers

Materials relate mainly to activities in the Democratic party; Los Angeles civic organizations, including the Free Harbor League and the Federated Tax Reduction Leagues of Los Angeles County; business interests in Los Angeles, Texas, and Mexico.

 
Gaffney (Thomas St. John) Papers

Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to international relations, the World War I war guilt question, reparations, Irish independence, American domestic politics and foreign policy, and Jews. Includes correspondence with Kaiser Wilhelm II in exile, Baron Hermann Speck von Sternberg...

 
Gage Canal collection

This collection contains newspaper clippings, articles, and other material on the history of the Gage Canal and the water lawsuit of 1959 between the City of Riverside and the Gage Canal Company. Correspondence from and photographs of John M. Mylne...

 
Gage (Merrell) sculpture and clipping

The collection consists of Merrell Gage's sculpture of Saint Francis and a clipping of an article that appeared in the Los Angeles Times on January 16, 1949 on the artist Glen Lukens in which the sculpture, owned by Lukens, was...

 
Gage (N. L.) interview transcript

Relates to activities of the American Educational Research Association in promoting educational research in the United States. Interview conducted by David Madsen. Photocopy.

 
Gage (Nathaniel) Papers

Correspondence, drafts, and notes related to non-Stanford professional activities; teaching materials and departmental files; student files kept by Gage regarding his graduate students; SCRDT administrative records as well as files of scholars, conferences, associations, labs and publishers; organizations represented include...

 
Gage (Stephen T.) Papers

Summary: Diary of trip overland to California, 1852. Reminiscences 1852-1862 and [1862-1871?]. Also includes two letters from Norris Gage about Leland Stanford's employment of Stephen Gage. Diary and reminiscences are typescripts. ...

 
Gahagan (G. William) Collection

Includes propaganda magazines, pamphlets, and leaflets used both in the Pacific and Atlantic theaters of war; OWI outpost reports; U.N. Conference press releases, circulars, correspondence and photos relating to a public relations officer for the Office of War Information's Overseas...

 
Gahagan (G. William) Papers

Photographs, maps, motion picture film, and miscellany, relating to Office of War Information analysis of Japanese propaganda, and preparation of American propaganda during World War II. Includes a few examples of postwar American anti-communist propaganda.

 
Gahn (Larry) photographs

Depicts refugees and relief activities in China. Includes biographical data. Digital copies.

 
Gail (Dr. Charles E.) Photographs

This collection contains gelatin silver photographs of Okinawa, taken from 1951-1952.

 
Gainer (Elizabeth Butler) Papers

Papers documenting the history and geneology of the families Butler, Jones, Morgan, and Thomas from seventeenth-century Wales and England to the United States.

 
Gaines (Jack) and Perls (Fritz) Collection

Jack Gaines is a former industrialist who went on to work with the Esalen Institute. These are the papers and recorded interviews associated with his biography of Fritz Perls, the founder of Gestalt Therapy.

 
Gaines (Laurell) papers

Laurell Gaines was a dancer who performed in vaudeville, musical revues and Hollywood films from the 1920s-1940s. This collection contains newspaper clippings, letters, programs, portraits and publicity photographs. It covers both her U.S. engagements and her tour of Asia and...

 
Gaines (Marcus Junius) letterbook

Copies of dispatches to and instructions from the United States Department of State, relating to American-Tripolitanian relations.

 
Gaitán (Henry) International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), Local 13 Collection

The Enrique "Henry" Gaitán Collection documents the unity between ILWU, Local 13 and their union counterparts throughout the shipping ports of Mexico. The collection contains correspondence between members of various longshore unions in the ports of Colima, Mazatlá, Sonora, Veracruz,...

 
Gajda (R.) photograph album

Depicts Czechoslovak, White Russian and Allied troops in Siberia during the Russian Civil War. Includes photographs of Admiral Aleksandr Kolchak.

 
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...

 
GALA Collection

For nearly a century Los Angeles has played a major role in the development of Gospel music. In order to document this history and raise awareness about Los Angeles' role as a center for contemporary Gospel, the UCLA Ethnomusicology Archive...

 
Galambos (Ludwig) photographs

Depicts social conditions in Romania.

 
Galarza (Ernesto) Papers

Correspondence, reports, minutes, legal documents, notes, newsletters, press releases, newsclippings, statistical information, questionnaires and photographs documenting Galarza's career as a labor organizer, scholar, Research Director in the National Agricultural Workers Union (1947-1960), and nationally prominent Mexican American activist.

 
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)....

 
Gale (Raymond F.) Papers

The Raymond F. Gale Papers include typescripts of published books and papers, notes, exercises, lectures, and other works by Gale, a professor of humanistic psychology at Ball State University from 1962-1983. Also included in the collection are the elements of...

 
Galen Clark letter, 1903.

Letter written by Galen Clark to a Mr. Kelsey in New Hampshire on September 17, 1903, on a "Greetings from Yosemite Valley" lettersheet. Typecript also included.

 
Galen Merriam Fisher correspondence, 1941.

Included is one letter written by Fisher; remainder consists of letters addressed to him, reacting to a statement by the Northern California Committee on Fair Play for Citizens of Japanese Ancestry.

 
Galerie Bonnier Records of the Svensk-Franska Konstgalleriet (Stockholm, Sweden) and the Galerie Bonnier

Complete business records of the Svensk-Franska Konstgalleriet, Stockholm, Sweden (1918-1974) and the successor gallery, Galerie Bonnier, Geneva, Switzerland (1961-1997). The combined galleries dealt in Impressionist, Post-impressionist, Cubist, German Expressionist, and early abstract art.

 
Galerie Paul Maenz Koln Records

German gallery in Cologne, dealing in contemporary art. Maenz exhibited, loaned, and sold works by conceptual artists and the German neo-Expressionist painters. Correspondence, financial files, artists' biographies, press clippings, printed matter, and photographs cover virtually every facet of the gallery's...

 
Galerie Schmela Records

Galerie Schmela was one of the most important art galleries in Germany in the postwar period. Through a prescient program of exhibitions, founder Alfred Schmela introduced and promoted innovative European and American artists, such as Joseph Beuys, Arman, Gerhard Richter,...

 
Galileo Galilei papers : mss., [17--]

Chiefly correspondence, copied from the originals by several different scribes in the late eighteenth century, for an edition planned by Giovanni Battista Clemente Nelli, 1725-1793.

 
Galinski (Adam J.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, personal documents, writings, photographs, and printed matter, relating to conditions in Soviet forced labor camps, and to twentieth century Polish history and culture.

 
Gallagher (J. Ray) Papers

Correspondence, clippings, legal papers, and certificates of gay activist, J. Ray Gallagher, 1970-1985. Part of the collection documents Gallagher's candidacy for public offices, including Santa Monica City Council, Los Angeles County Supervisor, U.S. Congress, and California State Assembly. The bulk...

 
Gallagher (John) Papers

Personal reminiscences of the War in Upper and Lower California between Americans and Mexican in 1847 to 1849. The bulk of the narrative takes place in Lower California. Includes colorful description of battles and actions. John Gallagher's personal story of...

 
Gallagher (Leo) Papers

The Leo Gallagher Papers are divided into five series. They are: PERSONAL, J. B. MCNAMARA, CASES, INVESTIGATIONS, and POLITICAL INTERESTS. Folder 1 in the PERSONAL series contains biographical material on Gallagher, a resume prepared during his 1949 campaign for the...

 
Gallagher, Mary E. (Mary Eleanora) Photographs relating to American socialism and labor from the Gallagher collection [graphic]

Collection includes scenes from the San Pedro raid of 1924 (victims of tarring and feathering, wreckage, wounded children); portraits of George Holmes, Mary Gallagher, Douglas Robson, Byron Kitto, Honore Joseph Jaxson (one is a tintype), William D. Haywood, and Lena...

 
Gallagher (Philip Benjamin) Collection

Collection includes clippings and other biographical materials; photographs, 1932-60; copies of some of his articles; press releases, 1960-61; and correspondence and reports on the Philip B. Gallagher Memorial Book Fund in the Stanford University Libraries, 1999-2002.

 
Gallagher (Ray) interview

Relates to the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945.

 
Gallant (Ara) photographs

The Ara Gallant photographs span the years 1974-1985 and encompass 14 linear feet. The collection consists of 16,762 items. The photographs, primarily of major celebrities, were taken by Gallant in New York City primarily for magazine publishing clients, including A&M...

 
Gallardo, Luciano J. Diaries recollecting courtship of Carlota Gil : Guadalajara, San Luis Potosí, etc., 1864,1869.

These diaries record Gallardo's long courtship of Carlota Gil, and the exchange of letters between them. Very little mention of political or national affairs. Some parts signed. Index in each volume.

 
Gallem (Leopold) judicial report

Relates to military judicial action taken against Sergeant L. Gallem, German army, for violation of traffic regulations.

 
Galleriea dell'Ariete Records

The complete business records of the Galleria dell'Ariete of Milan, Italy, from 1955, when it opened, through its closing in the mid-1980s. It was among the most important galleries in Italy for contemporary art, and had extensive connections with dealers,...

 
Gallery Paule Anglim records, circa 1976-2011.

Contains institution, artist and client files, correspondence, press materials, and photographic slides.

 
Galley proofs and illustrations for the book: Mother Lode album, ca. 1948.

Published by Stanford University Press (c1948) under the same title and available at the Bancroft Library, BANC F866.W46.

 
Gallois (Pierre M.) Speeches and Writings

Books, articles, and lectures, relating to aviation, nuclear weapons, French defense policy, the Cold War, collective security, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

 
Galloway (Dennis) Photographs of the University of California, Berkeley

Photographs taken for campus publications of scenes, people, and events.

 
Galloway Family Papers

Collection contains letters from various persons to Alexander Galloway and to his son, Richard H. Galloway, many relating to Egypt. Correspondents include Jeremy Bentham, Marquis de Lafayette, Sir Charles Napier, and William Turner. Also contains miscellaneous materials removed from an...

 
Galloway family papers, 1850-1895.

Includes letters to Captain Joseph Galloway, one concerning shipping activities between Charleston, South Carolina and San Francisco, and one transmitting a gift in recognition of his work on the Washington Street Wharf in 1853; and letters of recommendation and teaching...

 
Galloway (John D.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, photographs, and miscellaneous material, relating to various bridges, dams, water supply systems, and hydroelectric power installations in California, including the Hetch Hetchy Project, the Los Angeles Aqueduct, the Golden Gate Bridge, the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and to...

 
Galloway (John D.) Papers

Correspondence, clippings, and miscellaneous promotional material relating to his participation in the Hoover presidential campaigns, and to his efforts to obtain gifts from various sources for the Lick Observatory.

 
Galloway (Terry R.)

Best Manufacturing Company photograph albums and patent books.

 
Gallup (Josiah) Collection

Account books, business papers, correspondence, photographs....

 
Gally (Benjamin W.) miscellany

Photocopies of an inventory of items released by the United States government to the Chinese National Palace Museum in Peking, 1946; and photocopies of letters from a British consular official in Tientsin, describing the communist occupation of Tientsin, 1949.

 
Gally family papers, [ca. 1855-1877]

Letters written by Martha and James Gally; diaries of Martha Gally, 1866-1871; and manuscripts of poems, stories, and articles by James Gally.

 
Galpern (Lasar) Papers

Lasar Galpern (b.1896) was a ballet master and teacher, guest artist, and director of various ballet companies in Europe (1919-32) before relocating to the U.S. in 1932 where he was affiliated with a number of dance performances in New York....

 
Galpin (Perrin C.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, photographs, clippings, and printed matter, relating to the Commission for Relief in Belgium, the American Relief Administration, Herbert Hoover and American electoral politics, and the 1938 trip to Europe and 1946 food relief activities in Europe of Herbert...

 
Galsworthy (John) Papers

Summary: Letters chiefly to Leon Lion and Sheila Kaye-Smith and one literary manuscript....

 
Galsworthy (John) Papers

John Sinjohn Galsworthy (1867-1933) was born in Kingston Hill, Surrey, England. He studied law, but did not practice. He wrote plays and novels including (1906) and (1906). The collection consists of correspondence between John Galsworthy and Dr. J. Morris Slemons,...

 
Galt (Curtis M.) Papers

Primarily correspondence, some photographs, maps, journals, and Tailu manuscripts....

 
Galvin (John A. T.) collection

Reproductions of paintings, depicting scenes from the Franco-Prussian War, the Boxer Rebellion, and the Russo-Japanese War, including the Battle of Tsushima Straits. Also includes miscellaneous scenes, mainly of Japan.

 
Gambian Subject Collection

Statements, pamphlets, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Gambia.

 
Gamble (David P.) collection

Serial issues, bulletins, posters, other printed matter, and radio broadcast transcripts, relating to political and economic conditions and education in Sierra Leone.

 
Gamble (David P.) papers

Anthropologist David P. Gamble was born in 1920 in Northern Ireland and passed away in California in 2011 after a long career of research and teaching. The collection contains a variety of material related to Gamble’s more than six decades...

 
Gamble (David Paul) Collection

Slides, photo prints, tape reels, and commercial audio cassettes related to collector's work in Gambia and Sierra Leone. Also includes Senegal and Ireland. Extensive collection indexes prepared by the collector.

 
Gamboa (Diane) Art Documentation Collection

This is a small collection housed in one oversized document box, mainly one large binder assembled by the artist that consists of a cross section of documentation representing her work. Contents include ephemera and photos of the artist’s exhibits between...

 
Gamboa (Harry, Jr.) Papers

This collection of 8.5 linear feet (10 manuscript boxes, 1 half-sized manuscript box, 4 print boxes and 2 map case folders) of papers and items relating to the career of L.A.-based Chicano artist Harry Gamboa Jr. was purchased from the...

 
Gamboa (Harry, Jr.) Photographs

The 93 B&W prints are unique in that they were hand-printed in 1995 by Willie Garcia along with Gamboa's supervision. Although several of these images have been printed elsewhere, the quality and tonality of these prints will not be reproduced...

 
Gamboa (Manazar) Collection

This collection consists of Chicano poet Manazar Gamboa's manuscripts, plays, poems, writing notes, and his written experiences of growing up in Chavez Ravine.

 
Gambone (Philip) Interviews

Materials related to Philip Gambone's book, , include interview transcripts, audio recordings of interviews, newspaper clippings, biographical information, book reviews, photographs and writing samples. The Gambone collection also includes eight volumes of , two earlier versions of , a manuscript...

 
Gamburg (Pierre) diaries

Relates to conditions in German prison camps during World War II.

 
Game fishing on Santa Catalina Island, California [graphic]

Includes views of sport fishermen posed with their catches, a hunter and his dog, boats, campers, and leisure groups.

 
Gamelin (Maurice Gustave) miscellany

Memoranda, notes, directives, and declarations, relating to pre-World War II plans for the defense of the northern frontier of France, and to the conduct of General M. Gamelin in commanding French defenses against the German offensive in May 1940.

 
Gamet (Kenneth) papers

Kenneth Gamet (d.1971) wrote scripts for radio, screen, and television. He also co-founded the Screen Writers Guild. The collection consists of story outlines, treatments, production notes, memoranda, correspondence, radio scripts, television scripts, original screenplays and supporting materials. Television scripts include...

 
Gamet (Wayne Neal) typescript

Relates to American naval operations in European waters, 1918-1920, and activities of Squadron 40-T in European waters, 1939-1940.

 
Gamio, Manuel Photographs relating to Manuel Gamio's research on Mexican immigration to the United States [graphic]

Photographs show Mexicans, both in Mexico and in the United States; everyday life in the states of Jalisco and Michoacan (including streets, homes, churches, peddlers, fishermen, etc.); views of Tucson, Arizona including many homes, and children and adults at the...

 
Gamut Club Collection

The Gamut Club was founded in 1904 by L.E. Behymer and a group of Los Angeles musicians. The membership of this musical society was exclusively male and its objective, as described by their librarian Ben F. Field in 1918, was...

 
Gandert (Miguel) Photographs

The collection contains 229 photographs documenting His work deals with Hispanic rituals, family life, and gang life. In addition to the photographic prints there are related books, magazines, reviews, and clippings.

 
Gankin (Olga) writings

Drafts and notes for the book by Olga Gankin, The Bolsheviks and the World War : The Origin of the Third International. Relates to Russian political events and the Russian Army during World War I, Bulgarian political events during World...

 
Gann, Lewis H. and Peter Duignan papers

Drafts and galleys of books by L. H. Gann and Peter Duignan, and related correspondence, photographs, and research materials relating to colonialism in Africa, the history of Northern and Southern Rhodesia (Zambia and Zimbabwe), the Rhodesian administrator Godfrey Huggins, aspects...

 
Gann (Paul) Archive

Campaign materials for State Proposition 13, a property tax reduction initiative passed in 1978, and other propositions, among them Proposition 8, the Victims' Bill of Rights, Propositions 24, 36 and 4, and the 1980 campaign for the United States Senate....

 
Ganong (Whitfield T.) World War I Diaries

The collection consists of two handwritten diaries written by Canadian Private Whitfield T. Ganong from 1918-1919, which document the daily experiences of his battalion in Europe during World War I. Also included is Ganong’s pay book, which states his rate...

 
Gans (Edward) Collection of Materal about Numismatics

Collection consists of 112 items including pamphlets, a small group of mailings from Numismatics forum, a typescript Catalog of Gans' Numismatic Library, and a run of , September 1950-December 1958....

 
Ganson (Eve) Manuscript Pages and Drawings

Eve Ganson was an artist, author, and poet who was a resident of Los Angeles, California circa 1930. This collections contains ink drawings and manuscript pages for illustrated and written by Eve Ganson and published in 1928.

 
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...

 
Gant (Charles G.) California Democratic Council Records

Charles Green Gant (b.1916) served as president of the Northridge Democratic Club (1958) and the Santa Ana Democratic Club (1960-61), California Democratic Council (CDC) director for the 35th congressional district (1963-65), was the manager of the 1964 CDC convention, and...

 
Gantner and Mattern Co., San Francisco records, circa 1901-1957.

Primarily material maintained by advertising and promotional department, including scrapbooks, price lists, merchandise catalogs, publicity material, etc.

 
Ganz (Lowell) & Mandel (Babaloo) Collection

The Lowell Ganz & Babaloo Mandel Collection, 1985-1994 is comprised of materials relating to the writing duo’s screenwriting careers, including handwritten and fully typed drafts, story notes, treatments, partial drafts and rewrites, re-shoot notes, and assorted production materials for eight...

 
GAPA Community HIV Project (CGHP) Papers

This collection contains materials related to the GAPA Community HIV Project (GCHP) which grew out of the Gay Asian Pacific Alliance (GAPA) HIV/AIDS Committee. It includes, minutes, correspondence, grant and program materials, administrative, organizational, social service and educational files, and...

 
Gapen family papers, [1834-ca. 1920]

Chiefly correspondence of William Gapen, who died of cholera June 13, 1850, en route to California from Dublin, Indiana. Seven letters are to his wife, 1839 and 1850; one to his father-in-law, 1850. Six letters to him, 1834-1850, mostly of...

 
G.A.R. Register of Visitors, 1886-1887

1 volume ; 26 x 35 cm. Part of the register is for the Grand Army of the Republic gathering in San Francisco (August 1886) and part is for Los Angeles (February 1887).

 
Gar Sheldon – Mining Engineer's correspondence, circa 1880s

Mainly letters from Sheldon, with the Corralitos Company in Chihuahua State, Mexico, to family, about personal affairs and local news such as an earthquake in 1887. .05 linear feet (1 folder).

 
Garber (Eric) Papers

The Eric Garber papers document the professional work of this activist and groundbreaking historian who wrote extensively about LGBT people in the Harlem Renaissance and alternative sexualities in science fiction, fantasy and horror literature.

 
Garber (Linda) papers

Linda Garber is an associate professor of Women's and Gender Studies at Santa Clara University. She received her BA from Harvard in English and American Literature in 1987. She also received her teaching credentials in the same year from Harvard....

 
García (Adelina) collection

Adelina García is consider to be the most renowned singer of the Mexican bolero movement of the 1930s and 1940s. Adelina García had a wide following throughout the United States, Mexico and Latin America. She began her singing career in...

 
Garcelon family letters, 1854-1873.

Contains 45 letters to and from various Garcelon family members correspondents including C.C. Garcelon, Helen Kings Ley and the Steward family. Letters discuss being a railroad engineer in Calif., the Civil War in Calif. and Maine, Northern Democrats called Copperheads,...

 
Garcelon-Steward family papers, 1849-1876.

Letters written by various family members in Chico and Susanville to family in Maine, describing social life and customs concerning the management of a hotel and livery service with the assistance of Chinese.

 
Garcia Calderon (Francisco) Collection

Francisco Garcia Calderon'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...

 
Garcia (Jose Joel) Collection

Jose Joel Garcia was instrumental in the nascent Chicano movement at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1968 and 1969. The papers in this collection help to chronicle these momentous years when activism was a significant part of many...

 
Garcia (Maria) Papers

The (1968-1997) document the establishment of the Chicano Federation of San Diego County and Garcia's work in education.  Of particular interest are early Chicano Federation records, including Federation newsletters and documents relating to the Federation's Leadership Training Program.  In addition,...

 
Garcia (Mario T.) Chicano Collection

This collection contains papers relating to the professional and political life of Chicano scholar and historian Mario T. Garcia during his years in San Diego in the early 1970s.

 
Garcia (Rupert and Sammi Madison Garcia) Collection

This collection contains materials assembled by Rupert Garcia and document his passion for civil rights and activist art. Garcia was a student at San Francisco State where some of the earliest protests against racism in higher education institutions took place....

 
Garden Valley Mining Properties Collection

Correspondence, agreements, deeds, leases, lists, and reports concerning Black Oak Mine and Clark Mining Properties, Garden Valley, California....

 
Garden Valley Mining Properties Collection, 1934-1938

Corespondence, agreements, deeds, leases, lists and reports concerning Black Oak Mine and Clark Mining Properties, Garden Valley, California.

 
Gardiner (Alexander J.) Collection

The collection consists of a scrapbook kept by Alexander J. Gardiner (1852-1921), and maintained by his widow, Hattie Gardiner, following his death. The scrapbook contains clippings, mostly about the Southern Pacific -- history, special events, personnel, retirements and wrecks, as...

 
Gardiner, John M. Correspondence with E.R. Clark and B.A. Smith of Nampa, Idaho, 1935.

Originals and copies of 21 letters and telegrams concerning Owyhee County mining properties.

 
Gardiner Johnson campaign file, 1944.

Contains Gardiner Johnson's campaign file for the primary election of May 16, 1944 and general election of November 7, 1944 for the California State Assembly. File includes correspondence, election ballots, tables, pamphlets, opponents literature, affidavits, campaign contributions and finances and...

 
Gardinier (David E.) writings

Printed writings, relating to education in the states of Equatorial Africa.

 
Gardner (Alexander) (1821-1882) Collection, 1868-1869

Photographs of construction on the Union Pacific Railway from the book "Across the Continent on the Union Pacific Railway". Several photos are of cities in Kansas, where Gardner went in 1867 to photograph the country and the railroad construction. Thirty-five...

 
Gardner (David Pierpont) papers

Contains personal, professional, and family papers (including correspondence and papers of his wife, Libby Gardner) of David Pierpont Gardner, including writings, speeches, correspondence, committee papers, and photographs.

 
Gardner Family Papers

The Gardner family was important in the land development and citrus production of Orange County, California. His son, Dian Rathbun Gardner, was a attorney who helped establish the Gardner Company by the family heirs after the death of his mother,...

 
Gardner (Frances T.) Papers

This collection consists of notes and drafts for a number of articles on a variety of topics, most of which are related to medicine in California.

 
Gardner (John) Papers

The collection contains a typescript draft and printer's proof of John Gardner's autobiographical (London: Frederick Muller, 1964), as well as typescript drafts and other material relating to his Boysie Oakes stories and, and introductory material for a proposed series featuring...

 
Gardner (John W.) Papers

The papers include original manuscripts and notes of many publications, 1961-1975, as well as files from the major task forces and commissions on which Gardner served, 1962-1982. There is considerable material from the National Urban Coalition including correspondence with national...

 
Gardner (John W.) Papers

Collection includes speeches and writings by, as well as articles about Gardner; correspondence, awards and honors, photographs, audiovisual material, and files from many of Gardner's organizations including Common Cause, the White House Fellows, the Haas Center for Public Service, and...

 
Gardner (John William) miscellaneous papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, and memoranda, relating to urban policy, social policy, and efforts of Common Cause to promote political, economic, and educational reforms in the United States. Photocopy.

 
Gardner (Martin) Papers

These papers pertain to his interest in mathematics and consist of files relating to his mathematical games column (1957-1986) and subject files on recreational mathematics. Papers include correspondence, notes, clippings, and articles, with some examples of puzzle toys. Correspondents include...

 
Gardner (Rev. David Charles) Collection

Materials pertaining to Gardner include notes for a talk "Memories of Stanford"; typescript of his address at the dedication of Memorial Church, 1903; typescript article on the Bible, n.d.; appeal letter by Gardner laying out the idea of a convalescent...

 
Garemani Family Collection of Persian and Arabic Manuscripts and Books

The collection consists of Persian and Arabic printed works and manuscripts dating from approximately 1514-1899. Subjects include history, literature, medicine, mathematics, diplomatics, theology, and poetry.

 
Garfield (James A.) Collection

One Civil War letter (ALS) by James A. Garfield, future President and then major general in the Union Army, to Colonel Lionel C. Sheldon, criticizing the President's [Abraham Lincoln's] conduct of the war and noting that "Halleck is as cold...

 
The Garfield Merner residence [graphic] /

Photos of Spanish style residence of Garfield Merner (in Palo Alto[?]) showing interior and exterior views as well as the garden.

 
Garfield Park Improvement Club Records

Contains photocopies of club by-laws, rosters & minutes from 1924-1967.

 
Garfinkel (Harold) papers

Harold Garfinkel was a professor of sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) from 1954 to 1987. The papers include: materials relating to Garfinkel's study of correspondence received by California Governor Edmund G. (Pat) Brown regarding the criminal...

 
Garin Compatriotic Union Records

The Garin Educational Union was founded in 1908 in Boston to provide educational work in Garin (now known as Erzurum), Turkey. After the 1915-23 Turkish massacres of Armenians, its name changed to the Garin Compatriotic Union (Karnoy Hayrenakts'akan Miut'iwn). In...

 
Garland (Hamlin) Papers

Primarily letters written by Garland to Zulime Mauna (Taft) Garland, Mary Isabel (Garland) Johnson Lord, and Constance (Garland) Harper Doyle. The letters chiefly contain biographical information on Garland: his literary activities while on the lecture circuit, books and articles in...

 
Garland (Hamlin) papers

The Hamlin Garland Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, literary notebooks, photographs, and other memorabilia, by and about the American realist writer (1860-1940).

 
Garland, Jr. (Robert) drawings

The Robert Garland Jr. drawings span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1959 to circa 1990. The collection consists of one flat file folder containing two different projects: the Esther Bear residence remodel and a sketch of an unidentified...

 
Garland (Terri L.) Photographs

Contains some photographs from Garland's series "American White Racism - A Social Document" , "The Good Books - Katrina Bibles and Prayer Books" as well as a few miscellaneous photographs.

Garment (Leonard) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The office files of Leonard Garment reflect his responsibilities as a Special Consultant to the President concerned with domestic issues in the areas of civil and human rights, Native American affairs, plans for the American Revolution Bicentennial celebration, cultural affairs...

 
Garnet Holme papers, circa 1920-1924.

Contains correspondence, list of plays produced by Holmes, press notices for "Serra," excerpts from "Ersa," and clippings.

 
Garnier (Ralph L.) Papers

Collection contains plates for engravings, testimonials, two engravings on silk, correspondence, manuscripts, and related printed material concerning Ralph Garnier's career as a printer and engraver in Los Angeles. Includes his manuscript and typescript notes on the early history of printing...

 
Garnier-Lancon (Monique) Papers

Correspondence, conference papers, agenda, memoranda, studies, press releases, clippings, serial issues, other printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to French foreign and cultural relations, European defense policy and collective security, and international anti-communist movements.

 
Garofali (Ingrid) miscellany

Passport and genealogical booklet, relating to Latvian emigration.

 
Garoutte (Eudora) Collection

Correspondence, clippings, certificates, receipts, book lists....

 
Garrett (Alexandra) Papers and Records of the Beyond Baroque Foundation

Alexandra Garrett was associated with the short-lived literary magazines and . The first office of Beyond Baroque, a non-profit cultural and educational foundation in the Venice section of Los Angeles, opened in 1968. In the same year, the first issue...

 
Garrett (Garet) letter

Relates to American foreign policy during World War II. Annotated by Robert A. Millikan, physicist.

 
Garrett Hardin oral history, 1983

In this directed autobiography, Professor Hardin traces his distinguished career as a biologist and author. Finished version: Loitering with Intent: The Life and Times of Garrett Hardin. Oral history conducted by David E. Russell, Santa Barbara: Davidson Library Oral History...

 
Garrett (Henry) photograph album

Album of photographs, mostly cartes-de-visite, depicting members of the extended Garrett family from Ireland. The album also includes a few scenic photographs. Inscribed on the verso of the first page: "Henry Garrett's Family album/1876-1896".

 
Garrett (James J.) collection

Letters, writings, printed matter, photographs, memorabilia, and miscellany, relating to conditions in Germany during and after World War II, control of the border between West Germany and East Germany, and Cold War propaganda in Germany.

 
Garrett (Murray) photographs

The Murray Garrett photographs span the 1940s-1970s and encompass 11.3 linear feet. The collection consists of 11,587 prints and negatives of subject photographs. These include images from motion picture, television, and radio productions and premieres and other Hollywood industry events....

 
Garrigues (Beulah "Dickie") Collection

Beulah "Dickie" Garrigues was a founding board member (and treasurer) of the Inglewood chapter of the Business and Professional Women's Club, which later became known as the Soroptimist International of Inglewood. She was a legal secretary who lent her expertise...

 
 
Garrity (Devin A.) papers

Correspondence, manuscripts and galleys of books, reviews, printed matter, photographs, and motion picture film, relating to publishing activities of the Devin-Adair Company.

 
Garside (Bettis A.) Papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, minutes, and printed matter, relating to mission schools in China, the life of the American missionary Henry W. Luce, communism in China, and post-World War II relief to China and refugees from China.

 
Garthwaite (Marion H.) Papers

The Garthwaite collection includes draft versions of a number of her books including: Bright Particular Star(1958; Coarse Gold Gulch(1956); Holdup on Blackjack Hill; Locked Crowns (1963); Mario (1960); Shaken Days (1952); Tomas and the Redheaded Angel (1950); Twelfth Night Santons;...

 
Gartner (Margarete) writings

Relates to the interwar dispute between Germany and Lithuania over Memel; East Germany under Soviet occupation after World War II; and the Berlin blockade of 1948-1949.

 
Garver, Oliver B., Jr. (UCLA 1945). UCLA Navy ROTC memorabilia and photographs.

Record Series 637 contains UCLA Navy ROTC memorabilia collected by Oliver B. Garver. Materials include publications, photographs, plaques, reunion documents, class roster, and biographical information.

 
Garvey (Kent) Photographs

Kent Garvey photographs of a demonstration in West Hollywood, the Great American Yankee Freedom Band of Los Angeles, and Donna Brown Diecken and the Company of LA (COLA), 1986, undated.

 
Garvi (Petr Abramovich) writings

Writings, entitled Vospominaniia Sotsialdemokrata, relating to the Russian Social-Democratic Workers Party, 1906-1917; Profesional'nye Soiuzy Rossii v Pervye Gody Revoliutsii; and Rabochaia Kooperatsiia v Pervye Gody Russkoi Revoliutsii, 1917-1921.

 
Gary Snyder typescript poems, circa 1964

Two signed, typescript poems, "7.IV.64" and "The Bed in the Sky," ca. 1964. Purchase from Stephen Acronico, $50

 
Garztecki (Marek) collection

Postage stamps issued by the Polish organization Solidarnosc, and photographs and printed miscellany relating to Solidarnosc.

 
Gaskill (C.A.) diary

Relates to conditions in Ukraine during the Russian Civil War.

 
Gaspar (Bela) Collection of Patents for Color Photography

Collection contains some of the original patents of Bela Gaspar, inventor of a three-color separation process. Includes U.S., Canadian and European patents. Also contains British government patent publications from 1855-1939....

 
Gaspar Días Ferreira letters : Amsterdam : ALS, 1645.

Five letters to Johan Maurits, Count of Nassau-Siegen, concerning Brazil.

 
Gaspar de Alba (Alicia)

This is a collection of artifacts made by students to honor those women murdered in Juarez, Mexico in what has become known as the Maquiladora Murders. Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding...

 
Gaspar Orẽna papers, 1834-1878.

Contents: copy of title to land near Santa Barbara, the proceeds of which had been divided between the widow and children of Cesareo Lataillade; account presented by Domingo Donglade against Lataillade's estate; letters to Oreña's mother in Spain; letter, 1854,...

 
Gasper (Jo Ann) papers

The collection documents the political activities of Jo Ann Gasper from 1970 to 1993. The collection is focused on her time as the editor and publisher of “The Right Woman” newsletter, as the Deputy Assistant Secretary for Population Affairs for...

 
Gassmann (Remi) Papers

This collection comprises the papers of Remi Gassmann, composer, critic, conductor, pianist and educator. The collection documents all phases of Gassmann’s career, including his youth in Kansas, musical education in the United States, studies during the 1930s under Paul Hindemith...

 
Gassner (Dennis) papers

The Dennis Gassner papers span the years 1990-2001 and encompass approximately 29 linear feet. The collection consists of set plans, elevations, and drawings....

 
Gates (Leonard John) papers

The Leonard John Gates papers (SAFR 14032, HDC 38) is comprised of 18 documents spanning the years 1848, 1879,1883-1889. Documents include letters of reference regarding job performance on the KIMBERLEY (steam schooner) and MOUNT EDGECUMBE (steam schooner) as well as...

 
Gates (William) Computer Science Building Dedication [videorecording]

Videotape of the dedication ceremony, with speakers Gerhard Casper, Bill Gates, John Freidenrich, James F. Gibbons, and John L. Hennessy; and the symposium, "The Future of Computer Science Technology," featuring Bill Gates and Raj Reddy.

 
Gateway Literature Collection (University of California, Irvine)

This artificial collection comprises fliers, brochures, and newsletters produced by various student and off-campus groups, and distributed near UC Irvine's Gateway Plaza--the entry to the center of campus, located between the Main Library and Gateway Commons. Library staff collected the...

 
Gatewood-Goodwyn Duel, 1859.

Correspondence, August-September 1859

 
Gathering dusk and related papers, circa 1970-1971.

Typescript copy of his poem and a photocopy of his letter to Gordon Allenbaugh (23 March 1971) and a photograph of Banks (circa 1970)

 
Gatzert-Schwabacher family papers, 1878-1945 (bulk 1893-1900)

Part I, v. 1 - Testimonials and memorials for Bailey Gatzert (1829-1893), pioneer Seattle merchant. v. 2 - Messages of condolence received by Mrs. Babette Schwabacher Gatzert at her husband's death; letters received on death of her brother, Louis Schwabacher;...

 
Gaudette (Thomas A.) Papers

The holdings in the Thomas A. Gaudette Papers consist of materials that Gaudette gathered to document both his work in community organizing as well as that of other persons and groups.

 
Gauld (Charles Anderson) Papers

These papers pertain largely to Stanford anecdotes and history and include his typescript articles on George E. Crothers and Jane Stanford; letters from George E. Crothers, 1956, regarding vandalism to the Angel of Grief statue and the rebuilding of San...

 
Gauld (Charles Anderson) Papers

Clippings, correspondence, pamphlets, and serial issues, relating to political, social, and economic conditions in Latin America, especially Brazil, to Latin America's role in World War II, to the Castro regime in Cuba, and to problems of birth control, food production,...

 
Gault (William Campbell) Collection

The bulk of the collection consists of work by Santa Barbara crime and young adult fiction writer William Campbell Gault, including hard covers, paperbacks, and stories in anthologies and pulp magazines.

 
Gautereaux (Standley) Papers

Collection consists of manuscripts and other papers....

 
Gautier (Gilbert) caricature

Depicts Georges Clemenceau, French premier and war minister during World War I.

 
Gauze (René) papers

Diary, relating to the 1959 race riots in Brazzaville; and a history, entitled La République du Congo ex-Fran¸ais vers son Destin, published in an abridged English translation.

 
Gaver, Edward Shea Memorial

Memorial on the death of Edward Shea Gaver, a life member of the Society of California Pioneers. Born January 5, 1831 in Columbus, Ohio. Joined a company from Columbus and set out overland from St. Joseph, Mo in May of...

 
Gavere (Cor de) papers

Small collection of loose sketches, sketchbooks and oil paintings.

 
Gaviola (Ruel) Zine Collection

The collection contains zines [aka fanzines, sometimes magazines] acquired by Ruel Gaviola, Santa Barbara collector and editor/publisher of [AYTD], a review zine issued from 1997 to 1999.

 
Gavrilovic (Milan) Papers

Correspondence, diaries, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Yugoslav politics and government, relations between Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union, Yugoslavia during World War II, the Yugoslav government-in-exile, Draza Mihailovic and the Cetnik resistance movement...

 
Gavronsky (A. B.) papers

Reports, protocols of meetings, statistics, and photographs, relating to conditions in Vienna immediately after World War II, especially demography, economic conditions and food supply, and to activities of the four-power Inter-Allied Command in administering the city. Includes hand-painted crests autographed...

 
Gavronsky (J. O.) papers

Passport, certificates of appointment, letters, biographical material, and photographs, relating to foreign relations of the Russian Provisional Government, and to the medical career of J. O. Gavronsky. Includes photographs of Aleksandr Kerensky, caricatures of Kerensky and other members of the...

 
Gawlikowski (Lechoslaw) interviews

Sound recordings of interviews of former Radio Free Europe Polish Service employees, relating to Radio Free Europe broadcasts to Poland. Also includes selected Radio Free Europe broadcast recordings.

 
Gawsworth (John) Papers

Terence Ian Fytton Armstrong (1912-1970) was the founding editor (1939-41) and London editor (1957-8) of the , London editor of the (1946-9), and editor of (1948-52). He also published books of poetry under the pseudonym John Gawsworth. The collection consists...

 
Gay Academic Union Records

Clippings, correspondence, meeting minutes, manuscripts, flyers, notes, financial documents, receipts, photographs, organizational forms, conference programs, tax forms, grant applications, chapter lists, bylaws, articles of incorporation and other material documenting activities of the [Lesbian and] Gay Academic Union (GAU), circa 1970...

 
Gay Activists Alliance, New York Collection, 1969-1998

Constitution and bylaws, correspondence, committee structure and reports, along with newspapers, informational pamphlets, fliers, lists of gay and lesbian organizations, photographs, and clippings of the Gay Activists Alliance (GAA), New York. The GAA sought to avoid internal conflict by democratically...

 
Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) Records

Organizational records of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), 1985-2009, and primarily of the Media Monitoring and Response Committee, 1992-2011. The committee collected materials regarding LGBT defamation in the media, used email mailing lists to inform the LGBT...

 
Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) theater committee collection

Programs, playbills, fliers, agendas, clippings, notes and promotional photographs (1968-2008) collected by the Los Angeles theater committee of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) for its annual Media Awards. The annual ceremony honors outstanding representations in news, entertainment,...

 
Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation/San Francisco Bay Area Clippings

GLAAD clipped references to gays and lesbians in newspapers and magazines as part of “Media Watch,” an on-going project to monitor and respond to media coverage. The subjects range from the Boy Scouts to gays in the military, and from...

 
Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation/San Francisco Bay Area Records

The GLAAD/SFBA records (1.65 linear feet) document the organization's range of activities from late 1989 to mid-1993. Any records prior to that time, and after its founding in 1987, have not been made available to The Gay and Lesbian Historical...

 
Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center of Orange County Records

This collection comprises the records of The Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center of Orange County (The Center OC), a not-for-profit organization serving the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender community in Orange County, California. The collection documents the Center OC's...

 
Gay and lesbian issues in schools : student papers from Education 188, 1998.

Collection of 39 student papers from Eric Rofes' 1998 undergraduate class on gay and lesbian issues in schools taught at UC Berkeley's School of Education. Students interviewed and observed gay and lesbian teachers in their classrooms, predominantly in the San...

 
Gay and Lesbian Police Advisory Task Force (Los Angeles) Records

Correspondence, meeting minutes, clippings, press releases, member lists, task force statements, financial documents, articles, legal papers, police/civil service documents, organizational forms, bylaws, a photograph, and flyers documenting activities of the Gay and Lesbian Police Advisory Task Force in Los Angeles,...

 
Gay and Lesbian Press Association Collection

Pamphlets, flyers, correspondence, media releases, articles, convention publicity, annual reports, membership forms, publication lists, conference registration lists, memoranda, project proposals, and reports documenting activities of the Gay and Lesbian Press Association (GLPA), 1980-1987. The GLPA was founded in 1981 as...

 
Gay Bands Collection

Flyers, performance programs, correspondence, bylaws, meeting minutes, clippings, press releases, financial documents, member lists, posters, photographs, memoranda, and conference materials primarily documenting Great American Yankee Freedom Band in Los Angeles, a gay marching band established in 1978.

 
Gay Community Alliance Collection

Statement of purpose, notes, meeting minutes, photographs, correspondence, flyers, member lists, publicity releases, bylaws, and ephemera documenting activities of the Gay Community Alliance (GCA), 1971-1973. The GCA was established in 1971 as a political organization using "tactics of confrontational politics"...

 
Gay (Edwin Francis) Papers

Correspondence, diary, reports, memoranda, and writings, relating to American economic mobilization and government control of the economy during World War I, and to activities of the Central Bureau of Planning and Statistics, War Industries Board, War Trade Board, Shipping Board,...

 
Gay Event Photographs

Photographs include images of the 1992 Folsom Street Fair in San Francisco, 1992 Halloween, 1993 March on Washington, 1993 Gay Pride Parade on Santa Monica Boulevard, 1993 Sunset Junction, and 1993 Halloween.

 
Gay Faire Records

Flyers, organizational correspondence, financial documents, contracts, event planning documents, news releases, legal documents, clippings, meeting notes, grant disbursal and participant lists, and notes documenting the administration of the Gay Faire, 1977-1983. Gay Faire was an annual summer street fair located...

 
Gay Freedom Day Committee (San Francisco) Records

Press releases, bylaws, flyers, event permit documents, parade participant lists, financial records, contractual agreements, clippings, correspondence, legal documents, event schedules, police ordinances, and other material documenting the activities of the Gay Freedom Day Committee in San Francisco, 1973-1991, the organization...

 
Gay Games Collection

Programs, clippings, flyers, correspondence, articles, news releases, competition schedules, competition results, advertising pamphlets, graphic design documents, and notebooks documenting the Gay Games (formerly the Gay Athletic Games), an athletic event founded in 1982 by Tom Waddell and held in various...

 
Gay (George I.) papers

Correspondence relating to relief activities of the Commission for Relief in Belgium during World War I, and drafts and galleys of the book compiled by G. I. Gay, Public Relations of the Commission for Relief in Belgium : Documents (Stanford,...

 
Gay Greeting Card Collection

This collection consists of 33 gay Christmas and Valentine greeting cards.

 
Gay [John] Beggar's Opera Scrapbook

Scrapbook relating to , by John Gay, with leaves from the 1787 printed version of the play, clippings from late 18th century London newspapers, and playbills of 1832-1833 London productions....

 
Gay Jones and His Orchestra photograph album [graphic].

Album of snapshots documenting a tour of the jazz band Gay Jones and His Orchestra. Includes views taken in California, Arizona (espcially Phoenix), Washington, Idaho and Oregon. Scenes deipict band members at leisure during travel, on stage during performance, and...

 
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Periodicals Collection

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Periodicals Collection (1968-2003) contains a variety of periodicals that document the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) movement. The place of origin for a majority of these periodicals is California, with the remainder originating...

 
Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network records, 1991-1998.

Collection consists primarily of organization newsletters, publications for distribution at training conferences and schools, directories of student gay/straight alliances, brochures regarding the GLSEN and volunteer opportunities, an annual report, along with news articles and statistics on the country's response to...

 
Gay Liberation Front (GLF) Los Angeles Records

Founded in 1969, the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) was a loosely structured group of gay rights activists who were interested in the radical sexual liberation for all people. This collection consists of publicity material, photographs, correspondence, clippings, and writings that...

 
Gay Library Project Records

The bulk of the collection is the operating policies of the library which lists scope of materials, gifts and exchanges. Also included in the records are minutes, letters and funding sources.

 
Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles Records

Flyers, photographs, negatives, meeting notes, financial records, press releases, member rosters, correspondence, notes, memoranda, sheet music, performance programs, publicity handouts, magazines, and clippings documenting activities of the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles (GMCLA), 1979-2000. According to its website, GMCLA...

 
Gay Persons Alliance Collection

Correspondence, fact sheets, new releases, memoranda, and articles documenting activities of the Gay Persons Alliance (GPA), 1975-1976. Formed in Los Angeles in March of 1976, the GPA argued that the California Fair Employment Practices Commission should include sexual orientation among...

 
Gay Rights National Lobby Records

Press releases, notes, memoranda, member and legislator lists, policy statements, administrative records, financial documents, annual reports, correspondence, articles, and clippings documenting activities of the Gay Rights National Lobby, 1976-1985. Conceived of in Chicago in 1975, the Gay Rights National Lobby...

 
Gay Sunshine Records

The records, 1955-2005, comprise the publications, editorial records, audio-visual materials, and administrative and personal records collected, used and/or created by Winston Leyland as the publisher of , Gay Sunshine Press, and Leyland Publications, 1970-2005. The records include the works, interviews,...

 
Gay (Theressa) Papers

The bulk of this collection consists mainly of research notes, correspondence and manuscript material pertaining to Theressa Gay's historical research on the California Gold Rush. This collection also includes materials relating to other areas of historical research as well (see...

 
Gay United Fund Records

Articles of Incorporation, financial documents, correspondence, notes, press releases, flyers, and other materials documenting activity of the Gay United Fund, 1979-1982. According to its literature, "The United Fund is an outgrowth of a resolution to create an annual charity function...

 
Gayle Lynds papers, circa 1970s-2004

Drafts of manuscripts, research files, publicity, photographs, and other materials of Santa Barbara suspense/thriller writer Lynds (formerly Gayle Stone).

 
Gay/Lesbian Network Collection

Mission statement, newsletter layouts, logo design sheets, article drafts, and press releases documenting activity of the Gay/Lesbian Network, 1983-1985. According to its mission statement, "the GLN is a non-profit, charitable, educational organization whose purpose is to transform the experience of...

 
Gaylord (Horace O.) Papers

Memorial addressed to San Francisco Town Council dated December 25, 1849 requesting compensation to the owner of a building, Horace O Gaylord, that was demolished to prevent the spread of a fire.

 
Gaytes (Herbert) Photograph Collection

Locations photographed include: Chicago, Mexico, Salt Lake City, Alaska, and many locales in the American West and Southwest, with California views predominating. California locations include Oakland and the San Francisco area, Sierra Nevada scenes, and mining districts. In addition to...

 
Gayton (A.H.) Papers

The A.H. Gayton Papers contains material relating primarily to her work as an anthropologist at the University of California, Berkeley and especially to her research on the Yokuts Indians in California, including correspondence to and from other anthropologists, field notes,...

 
Gazeta wyborcza photographs

Depicts scenes of political and social conditions in Poland following the fall of the communist regime. Includes portraits of political leaders, scenes of protest movements, and scenes of religious activities.

 
G.B. Worden letters : to his sister and brother-in-law, 1856-1867.

In letters to his sister Phoebe and brother-in-law Ira written from California locations of Jacksonville, Mountain Meadows above Big Oak Flat, and Cottonwood, G.B Worden writes of family and friends at home, and describes his mining claim and income. He...

 
G.C. Jackson letters to his brother : Sacramento, Calif., 1852-1853.

Reporting on conditions in California, including his own ranching operations.

 
Gödel Editorial Project Records

Collection includes photocopied source materials, correspondence of the editors, typescripts, galleys, illustrations, and other materials generated during the editing and production of Kurt Gödel's COLLECTED WORKS. Editors and others represented in the correspondence include Solomon Feferman, Jean van Heijenoort, Stephen...

 
GDR Oral History Project Interviews

Sound recordings and transcripts of interviews of East German government and Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands leaders, and East German dissidents, relating to political processes and policymaking in East Germany from 1945 to 1990. Project directed by A. James McAdams, and sponsored...

 
G.E. Berry letters to his father, 1857-1860.

Letters describe mining life in Indian Creek and Brandy City, Sierra County, California.

 
Ge Ming Dao Shi Sun Zhongshan Xian Sheng video tape

Relates to the Chinese revolutionary Sun Yat-sen.

 
G.E. Tempo Collection

The collection was donated by T. A. Kvaas (TEMPO Manager - Synthesis), who had been Physical Scientist in the Missiles Division of The RAND Corporation - concerned with aerodynamic and control system design and later Project Engineer for air-to-air weapons;...

 
Geary (John R.) letters

Relates to the Tokyo earthquake in 1923.

 
Geballe (Theodore H.) Papers

Professional correspondence; materials from meetings, conferences, workshops, and symposia; and abstracts, notes, and transparencies from talks relating to his teaching and research in materials science, superconductivity, and electronics.

 
Geballe (Theodore), "Superconductivity" [videorecording]

Three tapes from an interview with Theodore Geballe on superconductivity, November 1988; and four tapes on superconductivity, December 1988, including a levitation experiment, crystal growth, and a meeting.

 
Gebhard (David) papers

The David Gebhard papers span 233 linear feet and date from circa 1949 to 1996. The collection includes correspondence, research and reference notes organized alphabetically by architect or architectural topic, photographs, newspaper clippings, Gebhard’s lectures and presentations, and awards....

 
Gebhard (Patricia and David) research papers

The Patricia and David Gebhard research papers contain research, art works, and decorative objects. The research papers include notes and manuscripts, printed materials, photographs and slides related to David and Patricia Gebhard's research projects, including David Gebhard's research on Purcell...

 
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...

 
Gee Pon Bow family immigration documents, 1912 Mar. 14-16.

Contains immigration documents for Gee Pon Bow's sons Gee Kim and Gee Shaw.

 
Gee (Zand) papers

Zand Gee is a printmaker, graphic designer, and photographer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She contributed to the development of the Kearny Street Workshop since the 1970s. She is known for her silkscreen series on the Asian American...

 
Gehlke (Florence) diary

Relates to Hoover family life in the White House.

 
Gehring (Fred) Letters, 1957-1963

Three files of Assistant Director Gehring's correspondence pertaining to the William S. Hart County Park. See also Gen. Col 1192-The William S. Hart County Park Research Files, and General Collection 1012-The William S. Hart Papers.

 
Gehry (Frank) sketch of the Cross Check armchair

The Frank Gehry sketch of the Cross Check armchair spans 3 linear feet and dates from circa 1990. The collection consists of a single sketch of the Cross Check Armchair in black marker on the side of a cardboard box...

 
Geiger (Milton) Papers

Milton Geiger wrote radio and television scripts as well as motion picture plays, theater plays, and short stories, some of which were performed or directed by Orson Welles, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Edward G. Robinson, Lorne Greene, and Richard Dreyfuss....

 
Geiger (Theodor Julius) memorandum

Relates to reconstruction of the German educational system after World War II.

 
Geiken (Stacy H.) Photographs of Green Library, Bing Wing

These photographs were commissioned by the Stanford University Libraries to document the reopening of the Bing Wing of Green Library, which had been closed since the Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989. Selected images were used in the Fall 1999 issue...

 
Gelbart (Larry) papers

Collection consists of material related to the career of writer and producer, Larry Gelbart. Includes scripts, treatments, production material, scrapbooks, clippings, correspondence, photographs, and video and audio tapes. Contains material from radio, television, theater, and motion picture productions such as...

 
Gelder (J. G. van [Jan Gerrit]) Papers

Dutch art historian. Correspondence, notes, photographs, offprints, and annotated books and journals, the bulk organized according to the historical period or artist to which the material pertains. The largest single group of material belongs to the re-publication project of...

 
Gelett Burgess correspondence, 1931-1933.

Nine letters written from France to Carolyn Wells, 1931-1933. Carbon copy of his letters to Mr. Frisbie, Nov. 30, 1932, commenting on Frisbie's use of acrostics to prove Edward de Vere wrote Shakespeare's plays. Also with these: letter, June 17,...

 
Gelett Burgess diaries, 1885-1887, 1889, 1891-1895, 1917-1951.

Covers his daily activities and social life from early adulthood until shortly before his death. Entries describe his student days at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, teaching at the University of California, Berkeley, his work as a journalist and creative...

 
[Gelett Burgess riding to fame on a purple cow [graphic] /

Original undated drawing inscribed by Burgess "To Charlie Stoddard, from his conceited friend," no doubt intended as an ironic comment upon the fame his original 1895 verse brought. Accompanied by a set of color progressive proofs by the Allied Arts...

 
Geller (Marc) Photographs

Marc Geller black and white photographic prints of LGBT protests, people, and events, 1987-1993. The 5"x 7" and 8"x 10" photographs include a series taken of the LGBT community in Russia. The protest photographs predominantly document those occurring San Francisco,...

 
Gell-Mann (Murray) papers

The scientific and personal correspondence, organizational and government files, technical and teaching notes, writings and talks, civic and social action files, biographical and family papers, and a small collection of audiovisual material of Murray Gell-Mann (b. 1929) form the collection...

 
Gelo Freeman Parker diaries and letterbook : A.mss.S, 1868-1884.

Diaries, v. 1-5 (1868-1875), describe his life in Petaluma, California, his v. 6 (1884), experiences farming and hunting, his schooling; and, his work as surveyor in Oregon. Some accounts included.

 
Gelpke (Alhard) collection

Writings, leaflets, and correspondence, relating to activities of anti-Nazi organizations in Switzerland during the 1930s and World War II. Includes samples of anti-Nazi propaganda.

 
Gelpke (Rudolf) collection of Arabic and Persian manuscripts

Collection consists of 24 bound manuscripts. Subjects include astronomy and astrology, belles-lettres, grammar, history, philosophy and theology.

 
Gen. Joseph E. Johnston engraved portraits, circa 1850s-1860s

Two engraved portraits, [ca. 1850s-1860s].

 
Gen. T. J. Jackson (Stonewall) portraits, circa late 19th century

Six engraved portraits of Jackson in uniform, some Civil War era.

 
Genay Family Correspondence

Correspondence, photographs, greetings, and published ephemera, 1917-1935, primarily illustrating the World War I Era narrative of the French Genay family and their involvement with the charitable organization, Fatherless Children of France [Fraternite Franco-Americaine].

 
Gene Anthony photograph collection [graphic].

Includes prints, slides and negatives taken by Anthony throughout his career. Projects represented in significant quantity include Vacaville Prison (1960), Ernest Hemingway's funeral (1961), Richard M. Nixon and family (1962), Mendocino (1962, 1985), Brendan Behan (1965), protests (1965-1980), Admiral Chester...

 
Gene Kelly collection of home movies, dance excerpts, and other material, circa 1940-1969.

This collection features home movies of parties for Gene Kelly's children, Christmas gatherings, Kelly fishing, Kelly in Dakar, Accra, Paris, Abidjan, Ghana, Kelly in Monte Carlo with Yul Brynner and Prince Rainer, and Kelly getting his footprints in cement at...

 
Gene Larson papers, 1972 - 1982

Catalogs and ephemera relating to the Topanga Center in Los Angeles.

 
Genealogical charts for the Mack, Lilienthal, Fleishhacker, Gerstle and Levison families, 1972 Sept.

Preferred citation: Genealogical charts for the Mack, Lilienthal, Fleishhacker, Gerstle and Levison families, BANC MSS 73/129 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Genealogical information about the Reading family and related families, [ca. 1944]

Notes and genealogical charts, typescript and photocopy.

 
Genealogical notes on the Hoth and Waibel families : ms.S., 1961.

Notes on the families of Hans Peter Emanuel Hoth and Joseph Waibel, who came to California from Germany.

 
Genealogical records and California census data for pioneer families of California, circa 1926-1958.

Contains 26 volumes of "Records of the Families of California Pioneers," Volumes 1-8 and 10 of "Honor Roll: World War II Service Records 1941-1945," and miscellaneous chapter yearbooks. The volumes contain filled out forms of genealogical records, in either original...

 
Genealogical records from Nueva Galicia (Mexico), 1537-1777.

Collection of genealogical documents (originals and certified copies) concerning interrelated families of Nueva Galicia-notably the Flores, de la Torre, Alvarado, Contreras, Angulo, Figueroa, Padilla, Bañuelos, and Oñate families. Composed principally of files on genealogical inquiries conducted by the Audiencia of...

 
Genealogical tables, letters and other information regarding Thomas Jeffersons African-American descendants : ms., [ca. 1950]

Also enclosed: a postcard reproduction of Rembrandt Peale's portrait of Thomas Jefferson with explanatory note and two locks of hair.

 
Genealogy of Mr. Thomas Knight and Mrs. Serena Haines Knight : San Francisco, 1872-1927.

Compilation of materials relating to his father, California pioneer Thomas Knight, including notes, typed transcripts of items in Bancroft Library, clippings, biographical information, and genealogies for the Knight, Haines and Kilburn families.

 
Genecin (Milton) papers

Correspondence, writings, minutes, internal bulletins, other internal party documents, serial issues, and pamphlets, relating to socialist and communist movements in the United States, especially the Socialist Workers Party, and to activities of Trotskyist groups abroad.

 
Genentech legal counsel and vice president, 1976-1988, and entrepreneur : oral history transcript / 2002.

Education in chemical engineering, law; early experiences as patent examiner and patent solicitor; intellectual property trial lawyer, Lyon & Lyon; outside legal counsel to Genentech, 1976-1980; vice president and general counsel, Genentech, 1980-1988: Genentech's IPO, 1980; Diamond v. Chakrabarty Supreme...

 
General Court Martial Orders No. 84., 1868 December 15

Printed document: Courts martial of Private George Marston and Private Thomas Schortal. Washington, [DC], Dec. 15, 1868. Found in unsorted Wyles SC.

 
General E. W. Stone portraits, circa late 19th century

Five black and white portraits of General Stone and family, ca. latter 1800s. In- hand as of 6/16/11. Ovesize boxed.

General Electric Ontario Hotpoint Works Collection

Earl H. Richardson was a meter reader for the Ontario Power Company in the early 1900’s. In his spare time, he experimented with electrifying flat irons. Designing a small, lighter weight model (flatirons could weigh 5-10 pounds each), he convinced...

 
General Historical Manuscripts and Ephemera collection

This artificially created collection consists of notes, letters, documents, and photographs created by and for important American historical figures, 1790-1928 and undated. Of particular historical interest are the letters written by Thomas Jefferson, William Smith, and Eugene Debs, and the...

 
General James W. Forsyth collection, circa 1867-1892

Photocopies of: a letter (ALS) from Libbie Bacon Custer, 1867; Union Pacific Railroad notices and time cards, ca 1872; typescript copies of letters from William W. Bellnap re George A. Custer, 1876; "Notes on the country in the vicinity of...

 
General Literary Manuscripts collection

The General Literary Manuscripts collection is an artificially created collection comprised chiefly of literary works and manuscript fragments of well-known writers and other public figures. The time covered is late 17th century to the first half of the 20th century.

 
General Map Collection

An artificial map collection.

 
General Music Corporation Collection of television music

This collection consists of manuscripts and/or ozalid copies of manuscripts (predominantly) of conductor scores and parts for television cues.

 
General Music Manuscripts collection

This small, artifical collection consists of materials relating to 19th and 20th century musicians--sheet music, a photograph, a letter, clippings, programs, and a postcard.

 
General order and letters signed by D. G. Farragut, 1862 April 26; 1863 July 1; 1863 September 24.

Holograph general order and letters signed by D. G. Farragut, a flag officer in the United States Navy during the American Civil War who became its first Rear Admiral, Vice Admiral, and Admiral. The general order, written on behalf of...

 
General Orders no. 153 from Headquarters, Department of the South, 1864 November 7.

Printed General Orders no. 153 from Headquarters, Department of the South, Hilton Head, S. C. about the failed attack on Forts Johnson and Simpkins [Battery Simpkins, James Island, S. C.]. The account states that on July 3d, 1864, the 52d...

 
General Orders no. 4 from Headquarters 2d Brigade, N. G. S. N. Y., 1867 May 13.

Printed General Orders no. 4 from Headquarters 2d Brigade, N. G. S. N. Y. [National Guard State of New York] to request the 2d Brigade to parade, fully uniformed, armed, and equipped, for practice in Evolution of the Line, School...

 
General Orders No. 61, 1865 May 26.

Printed order stating the terms of a convention on the part of General E. K. Smith, commander of the Trans-Mississippi Department, and Major-General E. R. S. Canby, commander of the Military Division of West Mississippi, to surrender their forces and...

 
General Orders nos. 23, 24, 239, 85, 86, 88 from Headquarters Department of the Cumberland, 1862 November 27, 28; 1863 October 15; 1864 June 7, 9, 26.

Printed General Orders nos. 23, 24, 239, 85, 86, 88 from Headquarters Department of Cumberland. General Orders nos. 23 and 24, dated respectively Nov. 27th and 28th, 1862, are by command of Major General Rosecrans and Assistant Adjutant General and...

 
General Photo File Collection, circa 1860-1980s

The General Photo File Collection represents an important collection of historical photographs of early California and Los Angeles, from the mid-19th Century through the 1980s. The collection of approximately 9,100 photographic prints was assembled by former History Department archivists and...

 
General Pike family album [graphic]

Images include pets, family members, Market Street (San Francisco) illuminated at night and during a parade (for a Masonic event?), home interiors, a curio cabinet, a football game, a view up "The Chutes" water slide, and a hotel or restaurant...

General Records, University Archives (Institutional Records)

The records in this series apply to the General Records of the University as a whole, and not a specific department or school. Subseries include publications by the University, General News Releases and Clippings, Newsletters and Bulletins, Student Publications, Institutional...

 
General Services Dept. -- State Building Standards Commission Records

The records of the California Building Standards Commission reflect the administrative processes of review, approval, adoption, publication, and implementation of California's building codes.

 
General Steamship Corporation, Ltd. charter party ledgers

The General Steamship Corporation, Ltd. charter party ledgers, 1923-1941 (SAFR 23818, HDC 1663) collection contains charter party agreements pasted into 6 large ledger books. The collection has been processed to the collection level and is open for use without restrictions.

 
General Subjects Photography Collection

Contains photographs and picture postcards depicting scenes of California places, people, activities, and cultural resources from the 1850s to the 1980s.

 
 
General Wastemoreland photograph and memorabilia collection [graphic].

Photographs of anti-Vietnam War activist Tom Dunphy in costume as General Wastemoreland. Includes two copy photographs from Dunphy's younger years. Also includes original uniform costumes and props used by Wastemoreland. Poster, owned by Dunphy, bears a portrait and quotation of...

 
General Wastemoreland's wedding and anti-Vietnam war protests [graphic] /

Images of the anti-Vietnam war street theater group that included "General Wastemoreland" (Tom Dunphy) and "General Hershey Bar". Most images are of the wedding of General Wastemoreland at the Lutheran University Chapel in Berkeley, March 7, 1970. Also inlcudes one...

 
Genesis, rise and decline of terrorism in Italy conference papers

Relates to the ideology of the Red Brigades and other terrorist groups in Italy in the 1970s and 1980s, their relationship to the political situation in Italy, and the tactics of terrorist and counter-terrorist operations in Italy. Conference co-sponsored by...

 
Genevieve Adale Davis photograph collection [graphic].

Photographs include studio portraits, publicity photographs, snapshots and other photographs pertaining to the personal life and entertainment career of California actress and vaudeville singer Genevieve Davis. Davis is depicted chiefly from childhood through the end of her performing career. Also...

 
Genevieve Green Hamilton McEnerney papers.

Manuscripts of plays and other writings; certificate of her marriage to Garret W. McEnerney; manuscript of a short story by Zoe Akins (Ms.S.); manuscript of a poem by Sara Bard Field (Ms.S.).

 
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...

 
Genie (pseudonym) - David Rigler collection of research materials related to the linguistic-psychological studies of Genie

"Genie" (b. 1957) is the pseudonym of a young girl raised in an abusive and isolated environment until the age of 13. The collection consists of material that chronicles her discovery and the study and rehabilitation efforts of researchers. Items...

 
Genis (June R.) papers

Correspondence, press releases, notes, election campaign literature, serial issues, clippings, sound recordings, and memorabilia, relating to libertarianism in the United States and to Libertarian electoral campaigns for Congress in California.

 
Genkin (E.) typescript

Relates to the development of the communist movement in Mongolia. Original report published in Tretii S'ezd Mongolskoi Narodnoi Partii, 1924.

 
Gennett Sound Recording Collection

The collection consists of 78 rpm. sound recordings published by the Gennett Record Company.

 
Genns (Whitney T.) Photograph Collection

Photographs, mainly b/w, of the Genns family and bookstore in Santa Barbara. Most of the photos are undated but the bulk seem to be latter 1950s to 1978....

 
Genny Schumacher Smith papers, 1956-1985 (bulk 1965-1983).

Contains the personal papers of Genny Schumacher Smith documenting the trans-Sierra-road controversy in the Mammoth Pass-Minaret Summit area and the subsequent establishment of the Ansel Adams Wilderness. Collection includes correspondence with Norman B. "Ike" Livermore, Jr., Raymond "Ray" Sherwin, W....

 
Genter, Tillie Papers, 1901-1955 bulk 1919-1944

The accession includes approximately 250 photographic prints and 170 photographic negatives of images of SIO or associated with SIO during the period 1901-1944. Miss Genter collected these images while she served as secretary to the Director of SIO from Oct....

 
Gentili - Barnabei archive

Principally records relating to the production and decoration of ceramics, especially majolica, by three generations of the Gentili family, ca. 1650-ca. 1813. Included are some 19th and 20th century papers of Barnabei and his family relating to the history of...

 
Gentry (Helen) and David Greenhood Papers

The Helen Gentry and David Greenhood Papers, 1748-1988 (bulk 1930-1980) contain materials relating to Gentry's career as a printer and designer, and Greenhood's work as a writer.

 
Genung (Charles Baldwin) Manuscript Collection

Charles Baldwin Genung was an Arizona pioneer in the 1860s and 1870s. This collection includes carbon copies of typed manuscripts by Genung, recounting his experiences in the 1860s and 1870s.

 
Geoffrey Chaucer leaves, circa 1551-1561

Two Chaucer leaves from the sixteenth century blackletter folios: one from the undated edition printed ca. 1551 and one from the 1561 edition which was read by Shakespeare. 1 of 88 commemmorative copies printed by Duncan H. Olmsted and Roger...

 
Geoffrey F. Chew papers, circa 1921-1991.

The Geoffrey F. Chew papers contain materials related to his professional career as a Physics Professor at the University of California, Berkeley and his work on theoretical particle physics. These include correspondence, writings, course materials, administrative materials related to the...

 
Geography Department. Chair Correspondence files.

Record Series 30 contains correspondence files of the chair of the Geography department dating from 1924-1984. Correspondence pertains to the Geography Departments at the University of California campuses; the Institute of International and Foreign Studies; the College of Letters and...

 
Geography Department. Materials on the history of University of California Geography Departments.

Record Series 33 contains accounts, notes, history and chronology of the development of geography education in the University of California system and history of the geography Department at UCLA.

 
Geography Department. Newsletters, handbooks, and announcements.

Record Series 32 contains records from the UCLA Geography Department. Materials include: departmental newsletters dating from 1966-1985; Geographic Society newsletters dating from 1938-1950, and 1983; and departmental handbooks and announcements dating from 1948-1982.

 
Geography Department. Reports, minutes of meetings, and memos.

Record Series 31 contains the administrative files of the Geography Department. Includes: departmental reports, department meeting minutes, Geographic Society meeting minutes, and departmental memoranda.

 
Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) Photographs from the Hayden Survey of the territories [graphic]

Photographs show waterfalls and landscapes at Yellowstone National Park, a camp on the Snake River, and other views from the area.

 
Geological and Mining Society of American Universities, Stanford Section, Records

Collection includes minute books for 1901-1909, 1914, and 1925-46. Minutes usually include the speaker's name and topic.

 
Geological Club of Stanford University Minute Book

Minute book of the Geological Club of Stanford University....

 
Geological Survey of California. Correspondence on the geological survey of California, 1861-1866.

Letters concerning the work of the Survey: Aug. 2, 186l, from J.D. Whitney to W.H. Brewer; Mar. 28, l864, from William Ashburner to Brewer; Apr. ll, l864, from Brewer to Whitney; June 2l, l866, from Charles F. Hoffmann to Whitney.

 
Geological Survey of California Papers

Fieldnotes and memoranda; notebooks concerning geological data, fossils, meteorology, roads and surveys; sketches, diagrams and parts of maps bound together with some items; reprints of scientific reports and other materials related to the survey are also included.

 
Geological Survey Records

The California State Geological Survey was created by statute in 1860. The records include the correspondence of the State Geologist, Josiah D. Whitney, with the Governor and State Legislature. Included are four file folders of correspondence, reports, and statements of...

 
Geometria practica, y mecanica dividida en tres tratados ... : Mexico City, [1706-1727?]

A group of three treatises prepared for the instruction of officials and surveyors in New Spain; with diagrams and charts. Sáenz is described on the title pages and in his own statement as merely the compiler of the work, but...

 
Georg Decristel letter, 1966 May 12

One letter (TLS) to Scottish concrete poet and artist Ian Hamilton Finlay and six accompanying examples of concrete poetry by Decristel, which he hopes Finlay willl consider publishing in his journal [Poor. Old. Tired. Horse]. Innsbruck, Austria, May 12 ,...

 
George A. Applegarth papers, 1908-1970.

Drawings of various buildings, primarily in San Francisco [see list in portfolio]; copy of his proposal for a Cabrillo monument at Monterey Bay, with photographs of his sketches; genealogical information on the Applegarth family.

 
George A. Nourse document, 1861 March

One Civil War era document (ADS): Duplicate application to President Lincoln for post of U.S. District Attorney for Minnesota. St. Paul, Minnesota, with long list of petitioners supporting the appointment, Mar. 1861.

 
George A. Pettitt papers, 1951-1958.

Box 1 contains correspondence and papers as member of the board of directors of the Bay Area Educational Television Association (BAETA) and its station, KQED, and material relating to the founding of the association, and BAETA clippings. Box 2 contains...

 
George A. St. George letter, 1944 October 27

1 letter (ALS) to [?] Wyant, thanking him for signing book. Bombay, India, 27 Oct. 1944. Laid in St. Geroge's With Lyre and Saxophone (Spec PR9499.3.S23 W59 1943). Alpha list.

 
George A. Treadwell papers, 1866-1910.

Include letters written to his daughter Minnie relating to mining ventures in Mexico and Arizona and to oil speculation in California; letters to him from John James Rivers (concerning zoological and botanical specimens sent him by Treadwell from Arizona), the...

 
George Adams Locke letters and related papers, 1866-1909.

Letters to his family include one from San Francisco, 1866; two from Slabtown, California, 1867; and eight from Montana, 1869-1871, 1898, written at Reynolds City, Bear Town, Yreka, and Bear Mouth, exhibiting the vicissitudes of mining, the activities of vigilante...

 
George (Alan) Collection

Documents relating to the growth and development of the cotton farming industry.

 
George (Alexander L.) Student Unrest Collection

This collection pertains to the antiwar movement of college students and the resulting disruptions on college campuses, in particular that of Stanford University. Included are press releases from the Stanford News Service, memoranda, statements and handouts from student organizations, statements...

 
George Alfred Raymond letters, 1849-1852, to his sister, Sarah.

Written from Stockton, Carson Creek and San Francisco, with accounts of his experiences gold mining and storekeeping, and descriptions of San Francisco. With these: two letters, 1852, written to him by miners; bill from Pinto Jordan & Co. covering transactions,...

 
George Armstrong Custer miscellany, circa 1839-1876

Printed miscellany/ephemera about Custer, including newspaper articles., [dates?] [Oversize boxed].

 
George Atcheson papers, 1917-2004 (bulk 1937-1948).

His account of the bombing of the U.S.S. Panay in China by the Japanese in December 1937 and related papers, including copies of statements of witnesses, U.S. Department of State letters and telegrams, and naval despatches, etc.; letters written by...

 
George B. Kennison document, 1866 January 12

[Massachusetts Artillery, 1st Regiment, F Company]. One Civil War era document (ADS): Receipt for property of deceased soldier Kennison. Washington, [D.C.], 12 Jan. 1866.

 
George B. McClellan [Civil War General] photograph, 1939

One photograph [carte de visité] of Civil War General George McClellan and wife, n.d., with letter of verification from Lincolniana expert H. E. Baker to William Wyles, 1939. Apparently

 
George B. Roberts recollections : Cathlamet, Oregon, 1878-1882.

A series of letters to Mrs. F.F. Victor, usually in reply to queries, and one to H.H. Bancroft, 1879. A naval apprentice to the Hudson's Bay Company in Oregon from 1830 and for many years clerk at Fort Vancouver, Roberts...

 
George B. Sudworth notebooks, 1899-1904.

Collection of 13 handwritten field notebooks documenting forest conditions in California. Describes locations and aspects of photographs taken during field investigations.

 
George B. Sudworth notebooks, 1899-1904.

Collection of 13 handwritten field notebooks documenting forest conditions in California. Describes locations and aspects of photographs taken during field investigations.

 
George Bailey Papers, ca. early 2000s.

Copy of unpublished typescript by liaison officer and journalist Bailey, entitled False Dawn: Liaison Officer to the Red Army. This manuscript appears to be an English version of Bailey's book Verbindungsmann, published posthumously in German. Collection also includes a biographical...

 
George Ballin Epstein papers, 1899-1910.

Typed copy (four pages) of a letter Epstein wrote and sent to his father describing his experience in the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, letter written by Epstein's father-in-law, Leopold Veith, on the occasion of his 90th birthday (c....

 
George Bancroft letters, 1845-1886.

Primarily social correspondence. Includes letter to Horace Davis.

 
George Belden Crane diaries, 1839-1898.

The diaries discuss the care of Crane's grape vines, wine making, and the weather.

 
George Bernard Shaw letter, 1930 March 12

One letter (ALS) to [Augustine?] Birrell re political strategies. London, 12 Mar. 1930. Also an undated invoice to Shaw and a b&w print of Shaw. Alpha list.

 
George Bernard Shaw note, 1947 January 26

One note (ANS), re advice on successfully establishing new magazines, to J. S. Vader, Leisure Magazine (Australia), 26 Jan. 1947. Alpha list.

 
George Bernard Shaw offprint, 1928 September 2

1 offprint of Harry Steinhauer, "'Faust' and 'Peer Gynt'," with lengthy handwritten critique by Shaw, 2 September 1928. Returned to Steinhauer papers (FacP 19) on 7/12/04.

 
George Blowers writings, circa 1937-1961.

The bulk of the collection contains manuscripts, typescripts and drafts of articles written by journalist George Blowers. Also includes clippings of articles, correspondence and photographs.

 
George Boosinger papers, 1836-1857.

Includes promissory notes for land and property, county records of lawsuits, letters regarding a Mormon wagon train's journey, family letters, certificate of church ordination.

 
George Brimley letters received, 1852-1853.

Includes letters by John L. Davies and Fenton J.A. Hort.

 
George Britton letters, 1938-1945.

Copies of transcripts of letters written by George and Helena Britton to their daughter, Elizabeth Britton Elkus, describing life in wartime England; snapshot inserted in v.1. v.1, 1983-1942; v.2, 1943-1945.

 
George C. Bugbee papers, [ca. 1866]

Contains letter to his family, while at anchor in San Francisco Bay. A crew member of the ship "Premier," he writes of shipboard activities and events. There is a brief description of San Francisco Bay, and a few sketches, one...

 
George C. Collier collection of works on California history, circa 1850-1890, collected circa 1962-1972.

Works and notes compiled circa 1962-1972 for material circa 1850-1890. Carton 1: Papers on Contra Costa County government and departments, etc.; carton 2: ranchos - histories; carton 3: miscellaneous writings on Contra Costa County, other topics, primarily California related.

 
George C. Fraser letters : California, to his brother Roderick M. Fraser, Yorkville, New York, 1854-1860.

Describes work as a stonecutter including cutting stone for the San Quentin Penitentiary and the California State Capitol building. Also includes descriptions of the Chinese, a hanging, a vigilance committee, and the areas he lived and worked including San Francisco,...

 
George C. Pimentel audio visual collection, 1969-1994.

Interviews, lectures, documentary films Pimentel participated in, video recording of his memorial service, video of dedication of Pimentel Hall in 1994.

 
George Catlin papers, 1798-1874.

Letters, diary, and family papers relating chiefly to Catlin's travels and the execution and exhibition of his Indian portraits.

 
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....

 
George Chismore papers : typed transcripts, 1840-[ca. 1900] (bulk 1866-1881).

Logbook of "a trip among the Siwash of British Columbia" (August 31-September 28, 1866), on the way to join, as surgeon, the Western Union Telegraph Company's expedition for the Russian Extension; record of a hunting trip to Old Tongass, March...

 
George Chismore writings, 1871-1900.

Include: journal of journey to Peace River Mines, British Columbia, June-Dec. 1871, with descriptions of mines and mining, encounters with Indians, and an account of performing surgery on an injured miner; eleven journals, 1883-1893, primarily of hunting trips to Rogue...

 
George Clayton Foulk photograph collection [graphic]

Chiefly portraits of Korean friends or colleagues taken in Japan and Washington, D.C. Includes one portrait of Foulk, one of Foulk and his Japanese wife, another of his wife, and one photo of tomb of G.C. Foulk.

 
George Clinton Gardner papers, [ca. 1857-1903]

v. 1: copies of letters, Sept. 1857-Mar. 1860, written to John G. Parke, chief astronomer and surveyor of the Northwest Boundary Commission, while serving as his assistant, describing progress of work in surveying the boundary along the 49th parallel, in...

 
George Constantine Guins papers, [ca.1920-1971].

Manuscripts of writings and related materials.

 
George Cosgrave papers, circa 1931-1945.

Includes letters from J.N. Bowman, John Howell, John N. LeConte and others; and writings by Cosgrave. Also contains an 1874 letter from Henry Ross to his siblings. Some materials relate to a biography of Robert Wood as told to George...

 
George Counts papers, 1849.

Copies of diary, Mar. 23-May 4, 1849, travel agreement, and miscellaneous papers. With notes supplied by Mrs. Henry Metcalf.

 
George Cruikshank papers, 1840-1878.

Relate to his career as illustrator, and to his work with the Temperance movement in England.

 
George D. Brewer postcards, circa early 20th century

Two black and white photo postcards of George D. Brewer, one with Eugene V. Debs, [ca. early 1900s]. Alpha list.

 
George D. Lyman papers, 1928-1946.

Letters from Whitney Darrow and John Hall Wheelock for Charles Scribner's Sons concerning the publication of Ralston's Ring; and genealogical notes entitled A Pedigree of John Marsh.

 
George D. Roberts correspondence, 1871-1877.

Chiefly concerning mining properties in the West.

 
George Davidson letterbooks, 1846-1882.

Reel 1: May 1846-June 1850, 1850-51, 1867 "Book 12"; Reel 2: Oct. 1873-Dec. 1880; Reel 3: Dec. 1880-Nov. 1882; also letters and accounts, 1882.

 
George Davidson letters to Jane Dale Owen Fauntleroy, his mother-in-law, 1851-1860.

Comments on his work with the U.S. Coast Survey, his family, life in San Francisco, etc.

 
George Davis Louderback papers, 1914-1949 (bulk 1914-1916)

Deals primarily with Louderback's geological trip to China for a survey of coal resources.

 
George E. Grant deeds and tax records for property in Clinton, California, 1855-1885.

Preferred citation: George E. Grant deeds and tax records for property in Clinton, California, BANC MSS C-I 32, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
George E. Holl woodcuts collection, 1930s

2 scrapbooks of woodcuts, clipped from various unidentified sources.

George E. Hyde & Co. Canning Operations, 1915-1921

The album contains 17 photographic prints taken of the George E. Hyde & Co. canning operations between 1915 and 1921. The album includes a panoramic view of the George E. Hyde & Co. works, with various buildings labeled. Other views...

 
George E. Metcalf letter to his father Dr. A. B. Metcalf, 1846 Nov. 28.

One holograph letter written and signed by George E. Metcalf to his father Dr. A. B. Metcalf about his experience in the Mexican War, including General Twiggs ordering his soldiers not to charge a 3rd fort after taking the 1st...

 
George E. Outland Japanese Internment Collection 1942-1967.

Contains correspondence, pamphlets, statistical surveys, ephemera: California State documents supporting internment, municipal resolutions supporting internment, citizens' organization documents against internment, citizens' organization documents supporting internment, individual communications to Rep. Outland, Resolution of the California Delegation to the House of Representatives...

 
George E. Outland Japanese Internment Collection 1942-1967.

Contains correspondence, pamphlets, statistical surveys, ephemera: California State documents supporting internment, municipal resolutions supporting internment, citizens' organization documents against internment, citizens' organization documents supporting internment, individual communications to Rep. Outland, Resolution of the California Delegation to the House of Representatives...

 
George E. Tillitson collection on railroads

Collection contains outlined corporate histories of railroads in the United States and Canada. The collection covers almost every railroad that ever operated in the United States and Canada and includes some records of roads that were projected though never built,...

 
George Edward Rice letter, 1852 November 27

One letter (ALS) to Epes Sargent, re book he is sending (Ephemera), 27 Nov. 1852. Alpha list.

 
George Edwin and Mary Lamoreaux Burnell collection, circa 1890s-1960s

Includes typescripts of lecture series, pamphlets and other printed materials by Los Angeles area New Thought practitioners George Edwin Burnell and Mary Lamoreaux Burnell (founders of the Burnell Foundation), and Genevieve Burnell Forgey / Robinson.

 
George Ellery Hale papers, 1882-1937.

History of the observatories; theoretical and instrumental development of astrophysics; history of California Institute of Technology; science and government, particularly with respect to the affairs of the National Academy of Sciences and the National Research Council; affairs of the scientific...

 
George Ernest Gibson papers, 1908-1958.

Consist of correspondence with family, friends, colleagues including Max Planck and University officials, laboratory notebooks, published professional work and that of his father and colleagues, translations of vedic texts, clippings and photographs. Also includes "Sanskrit-Worterbuch: Nach den Petersburger Worterbuchern Bearbeitet...

 
George Evans papers, circa 1970-2003.

Correspondence, manuscripts, files regarding professional activities.

 
George F. Chamberlain letters : to his father Isaac, Roxbury, Mass., 1849-1852.

Letters from George F. Chamberlain (in Callao, San Francisco, Dry Town, Sacramento, Dry Creek, and Mokelumne Hill) to his father Isaac Chamberlain in Roxbury, Mass. describe life in California during the gold rush. Chamberlain describes the voyage around the horn...

 
George F. Glaser papers, 1862-1903

Mainly relating to Glaser's Civil War [Missouri State Militia] Service.

 
George F. Koehler letter, 1785 April 20

Typescript copy of a letter to Captain Drinkwater, with drawing re cannon design. Woolwich, [England], April 20, 1785. Original in the possession of a K. Lionel [Fortes?] of Reading [England]. Found in John Spilsbury's A Journal of the Siege of...

 
George F. Malone collection of anti-communist and right-wing literature, 1940-1965.

The collection consists of anti-communist and other right-wing literature that was distributed in the U.S. from the late 1940s through the early 1960s (with the bulk of material from the early 1950s). George F. Malone's purpose in collecting these materials...

 
George F. Price correspondence : ALS, 1855-1878.

Contains 12 letters. Four letters written in 1855 by George F. Price to his mother, Mrs. Melissa Price (later, Knapp), and 1 letter to his grandmother, from Yreka, Calif. These include descriptions of mining conditions, concerns about nearby Indians, and...

 
George F. S. Robinson letter to Mr. Field, 1871 May 10.

One holograph letter written and signed by the Earl de Grey (George F. S. Robinson) to Mr. Field on mourning stationery, dated two days after the treaty settling the Alabama claims was signed. It states his delight to hear that...

 
George Fong miscellany, 1943-1953.

Contains 2 scrapbooks of newsclippings: one concerning the Sino-Japanese War in 1943, and the other containing articles about Calif. from the San Francisco Chronicle, 1950 to 1953. Also includes an atlas of China and a publication relating to the Silver...

 
George Foster Emmons papers, 1849-1877.

Deed from Charles T. Botts, with abstract of title from William Richardson family, for property in Sausalito, 1849; letters, 1867-1877, from William L. Maury, John J. Almy, and George M. Colvocoresses, fellow naval officers and former members of the U.S....

 
George Frederic Degen family papers, 1875-1924.

Contains letters and legal documents of George Frederic Degen and family, many from Portland, Oregon and California. Includes letter from a small child with description and drawings of a neighbors dog.

 
George G. Champlin (bark) logbook

The George G. Champlin (bark) logbook (SAFR 14271, HDC 63) is comprised of a photocopy of a logbook kept by Philip G. Bailey and later by Richard Mitchell Sherman. The logbook dates are 1844 to 1848. This collection has been...

 
George G. Sharp (Firm) cargo ship design booklet

The George G. Sharp (Firm) cargo ship design booklet, 1965 (SAFR 23835, HDC 1672) is a bound volume of specifications and plans titled, "Preliminary design booklet cargo ship for Trans-Pacific Service, States Steamship Company." The collection has been processed to...

 
George G. Sharp (Firm) cargo ship design booklet

The George G. Sharp (Firm) cargo ship design booklet, 1965 (SAFR 23835, HDC 1672) is a bound volume of specifications and plans titled, "Preliminary design booklet cargo ship for Trans-Pacific Service, States Steamship Company." The collection has been processed to...

 
George, Grand Duke, Letters to Princess Kseniia

Relates to political and military conditions in Russia during World War I, the Russian Revolution, and family affairs. George, Grand Duke of Russia is also known as Georgii Mikhailovich, Grand Duke of Russia.

 
George (Grand Duke of Russia) letters

Relates to political and military conditions in Russia during World War I, the Russian Revolution, and family affairs.

 
George Gridley papers, 1850-1859.

Letters written by Gridley and his brother, John, to family members in Illinois, describing their journey overland to California; mining in Northern California gold fields; experiences as proprietors of several general stores and boarding houses; the gold trade; and cattle...

 
George Grosz printed drawings, undated

Two printed drawings by German artist, one b/w entitled "Two Nudes" and another color, of boats and New York skyline. Also a b/w greeting card, with printed drawing of boats and New York skyline, n.d. Laid in George Grosz', Drawings...

 
George H. Cobb photograph album, circa 1900-1905

One disbound photo album containing 115 black/white images, various sizes, of family and friends, Santa Barbara and Montecito scenes including Santa Barbara Mission and Riven Rock, President McKinley's visit to Santa Barbara, San Francisco, ca 1900-1905.

 
George H. Goddard, 1969.

Two variants of revisions of his manuscript, published as The life of George Henry Goddard ..., Keepsake no. 17 of Friends of the Bancroft Library, BANC xf860.G618.S5. Account of Goddard's arrival in California, 1850; experiences during the Mariposa Indian War;...

 
George H. McLain scrapbook, 1932-1949.

Newspaper clippings concerning his campaigns for organizing the unemployed, for Mayor of Los Angeles and for old age pensions.

 
George H. Smith diaries : mss.S, 1943-1945.

Kept while a prisoner of war (mainly at Stalag XVII in Austria) up to his release and return to America in May 1945.

 
George H. Smith letters to his wife, 1943-1945.

Written while a prisoner of war at Stalag XVII. Also included: letters to his mother and other members of the family, and a few other letters addressed to Mrs. George Smith.

 
George H. Thomas letter to L. H. Whittlesy, R. W. Smith, and Louis Schafner, 1867 October 26.

One brief holograph letter written from Louisville, Kentucky, responding favorably to an autograph request to benefit the Suffering Widows and Orphans of Deceased Soldiers.

 
George Haas & Sons candy factory panoramic group portraits [graphic].

Includes two panoramic group portraits of employees of the George Haas & Sons candy factory. At least one of the photographs appears to be taken on the factory grounds at 54 Mint St., San Francisco, Calif.

 
George Hampton Crosman letters received, 1847 May 16-29.

Letters addressed to Major Crosman, Quartermaster, by Col. Robert T. Paine (San Francisco, May 16), Depot Superintendent A[rnold] Angell (San Francisco, May 19), and W.S. Gregory (Reynosa, Mexico, May 29); relating to the war with Mexico, particularly to supply vessels...

 
George Hampton Crosman letters to W.A. Gordon : Camp Floyd, Utah Territory, 1858-1860.

Written while a member of the U.S. military expedition into Utah Territory. Two letters, from John H. Dickinson and Carlos A. Waite, stationed at Camp Scott and Camp Floyd respectively, also addressed to Gordon, included. Comment on reaction of the...

 
George Harrington Emerson / Russian Railway Service Corps collection, 1917-1919

Includes diary of 1917-1918 events, a few documents, and two photograph albums, 1917-1919. See dealer description for details.

 
George Hearst letters : Dakota Territory to James B. Haggin, San Francisco, Calif., 1877-1890.

Contains 13 letters, 1877-1879, written from Deadwood and Lead City, Dakota Territory [South Dakota], referring to the Homestake Mine among others in the Black Hills. Also includes one letter from Tucson, Arizona Territory in 1880 and one letter fragment discussing...

 
George Henry Elliot letterbook : U.S. Coast Survey, San Francisco, 1858 Jan. 16 - 1860 Jan. 4.

Letters while on duty as Lieut., Engineers, U.S.A., with the Coast Survey. Many in his handwriting.

 
George Henry Hinkle and Bliss McGlashan Hinkle California photograph collection [graphic].

Chiefly 19th century California views in and around Truckee, Donner Lake, the Tahoe basin, and San Francisco. Of particular note are numerous views of C.F. McGlashan's Rocking Stone Tower (Where he housed Donner Party relics), a series of views of...

 
George Henry Hinkle and Bliss McGlashan Hinkle papers, circa 1880-1950.

Contains materials used to write Sierra-Nevada Lakes, by George and Bliss Hinkle. Also includes papers relating to Hinkle's teaching career; a scrapbook; and materials relating to C.F. McGlashan. The C.F. McGlashan materials include: items used by the Hinkles to revise...

 
[George Henry Pierce Civil War Letters, 1861-1862]

This collection consists of correspondence from May 1861 to March 1862, between members of the Hiram Dwight Pierce family of Troy, New York, to son George H. Pierce during his service in the Civil War as a Private, later Colonel,...

 
George Henry Preble letter to William B. Sewell, Esq., 1859 October 8th.

One holograph letter written and signed by George Henry Preble from Cambridge, Massachusetts to William B. Sewell, Esq. in Kennebunk, Maine about his move from the Navy Yard to Cambridge to serve on the steamer Narragansett in the Pacific for...

 
George Holbrook Baker collection, 1848-1965.

The George H. Baker collection is an eclectic assortment of ca. 130 items associated with Baker. Materials date from 1848 through 1965 but individual dates are widely scattered throughout this period with no continuity. The collection is divided into two...

 
George Horatio Derby papers, 1846-1870.

Original manuscripts (mainly from the T.W. Norris Collection) and photocopies (from the National Archives), 1846-1859, assembled by Francis P. Farquhar and others. Contains letters and reports as U.S. topographical engineer, including report and map of a visit to the mines...

 
George House Civil War correspondence, 1863-1865

Correspondence, 1863-1865. Photocopies of original letters (in German) and typescript translations.

 
George Ives letter, circa 1946 October

One letter (ALS) from German-British poet and author George Ives to a Mrs. Lloyd, re various matters including origins of certain quotations and copy of an unidentified book by Ives that he is sending. London, October [1946?]. Alpha list.

 
George J. Gray photograph postcard, 1921 July 21

One [wedding?] photograph postcard of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Gray, 21 July 1921. Laid in Gray's John Siberch: The First Cambridge Printer, 1521-1522 (Printers Z232.S56 G73 1921). [Printers]. Alpha list.

 
George J. Hatfield papers, 1923-1953.

Preferred citation: George J. Hatfield papers, BANC MSS C-B 556, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
George J. Wittenstein oral history, 1990-2008 (bulk 1992 - 1998

life history, esp. WWII and White Rose. Interviewer: David E. Russell Interviewee(s): George Wittenstein, Transcript: Numerous versions. Edited version: George J. Wittenstein and David E. Russell, Civil Courage (Santa Barbara: University of California Santa Barbara Library, 2011) is only version...

 
George Johnson reminiscences and papers chiefly concerning Coloma, California and its inhabitants, 1849-1942.

Biographical sketches of his father, Charles J. Johnson and other members of his family; data on mines, the Chinese in the area and the political organization of El Dorado County, included. Four scrapbooks (volumes 29-32) relate mainly to California politics,...

 
George Knight papers, 1955-1986.

Correspondence, business records, personal papers.

 
 
George Knight photographs of Robert Louis Stevenson homes, haunts and travels [graphic].

Photographs pertaining to the homes, haunts and travels of Robert Louis Stevenson, as well as research material pertaining to the photographs, and illustration layout mock-ups. Material was created and collected to illustrate Knight's book: Search for Stevenson: a biographic sketch...

 
George L. Faxon Civil War documents, 1865-1866

[Lieutenant, U.S. Colored Heavy Artillery, 10th Regiment; U.S. Colored Infantry, 77th Regiment]. Five Civil War documents (ADS), re return of stores and court martial trial, 1865-1866.

 
George L. Stewart papers, 1914-1937 (bulk 1929-1937)

Papers relating to the Alaska Hydraulic Gold Mines, Inc. and to mining property in Mexico. Also copies of original documents (1858-1921) relating to land in Baja California.

 
George Leonard oral history, 2004-2005

George Leonard and David Russell, George Leonard—A Life (Santa Barbara: UCSB Oral History Program, 2004.) 485 pages. The oral history presents a view of the major forces that shaped the second half of the 20th Century. A southerner by birth,...

 
George Lockwood papers, 1862-1873.

Appointment and list of duties as Assistant Keeper, Golden Gate Park, 1873, included.

 
 
George Lundy Hunt letters and diary, [ca. 1866-1870]

V. 1. typed transcript of diary, Jan.-Nov. 1867, written at Campo Seco, Calaveras Co., Calif., describing life in mining camp. At the end is a list of his groceries and supplies--v. 2. photocopies of transcripts of letters addressed to him...

 
George M. Briggs papers, circa 1940-1988.

Collection includes correspondence, course files, subject files, tapes of lectures, and grant files.

 
George M. Gibson collection, circa 1948-1955

Primarily correspondence, re Gibson's collection of Lincolniana.

 
George M. Hayden diaries : mss., 1846-1848.

v. 1 - Journal of voyage, New York to California, as a member of Stevenson's Regiment, and experiences in Calif. (Sept. 1846-June 1847) Detailed notes on plant and animal life included. v. 2 - Diary (Apr.-June 1847, portions of which...

 
George M. Wheeler scrapbook : and related material.

Pasted clippings, 1871-1886, pertaining to Wheeler's explorations and "Surveys West of the 100th Meridian," including letters written from the field by various members of his parties. A few relate to the Hayden Survey; 11 letters written by Samuel R. Adams...

 
George M. Whitin letters : Miles City, [Mont.] to parents : ALS, 1881.

Contains 2 letters describing ranch life in Mont. including relationship with Native Americans. Also discusses Chief "Rain in the Face," General Custer and brother Thomas Custer at the Battle of Little Big Horn.

 
George Malcolm Stratton Papers, 1898-1957.

Correspondence, including letters from H. B. Torrey, J.M. Baldwin, R.H. Gault, J.M. Cattell, E.B. McGilvary, D. Warnotte and Ira Remsen; manuscripts of writings; notes; and clippings relating to his career as professor psychology, University of California, Berkeley.

 
George Marmont article diagrams, 1949.

Contains the diagrams from his article "Studies on the axon membrane."

 
George Max letters, 1849-1851.

Written to Curtiss & Co., Hartfold, Conn., relating to merchandise damaged in trip from New York to San Francisco and to various business ventures in San Francisco and Sacramento.

 
George May letters : to Joseph S. Curtiss, Hartford, Connecticut, 1850.

Two handwritten letters, with integral addresses, to a business partner in Connecticut concerning a mismanaged voyage of goods aboard the Hartford and destined for California at the height of the gold rush and other business related to gold mining. The...

 
George McClellan engraved portraits, 1861, 1864, n.d.

Three engraved portraits of McClellan in uniform, 1861, 1864, n.d. [Oversize boxed].

 
George McClellan political cartoon, circa 1864

Political cartoon, "How Columbia receives McClellan's Salutation from the Chicago Platform," referring to McClellan's 1864 Presidential race to end the Civil War by compromising with the South.

 
George McKinstry Collection, 1816-1890.

Correspondence, business papers, clippings, legal documents, draft of petition to Congress.

 
George Miller papers, [ca. 1951-1968]

Relating to his service as California state senator (Contra Costa County).

 
George Moore letter, 1928 December 18

One letter (TLS), thanking unknown correspondent for interest in his work. Laid in Moore's A Mummer's Wife. London, 18 Dec. 1928. Alpha list.

 
George Moore papers, 1921.

Include corrected page proof for Fragments from Héloïse and Abélard, and letters to Werner Laurie concerning the publication of the booklet.

 
George N. Brown letters and drawings, 1849.

Contains two letters written while aboard the ship Columbus of New London traveling around Cape Horn to Calif. Also contains two sketches, one of Fernando [de] Noronha Island, and one of Cape Frio at sea.

 
George (Noelle Bobbe) Collection

The Noelle Bobbe George Collection consists of memorabilia collected by San Jose State College alumna Bobbe George (1950) and her mother, Stella Onah Bunch-Hillis (1913). The collection includes normal school documents, teaching certificates, class reunion literature, three-dimensional artifacts, textiles, and...

 
George O. Linbarger list of ancestors, circa 1890s

List of ancestors, [ca. 1890s]. Laid in bible [Baltimore, 1834?]. Alpha list.

 
George Ohleyer letter, 1853, circa 1870s

California Gold Rush letter (ALS) to N. Haskell in Ohio, mainly about gold mining , the changing fortunes of the author, and money to be made from high prices for livestock and grain in Suisun, California (between Sacramento and San...

 
George Oldendorph journals, 1867-1872.

Manuscript journals (3) containing details of a trip to California via Panama from his home in Waterloo, Ill. and a railroad trip to Pilot Knob, Mo. on the St. Louis and Toon Mountain Railroad. A portion of the journal is...

 
The George P. and Mary Tebbetts Memorial Collection, [ca. 1830s - 1950s]

The collection contains manuscripts, including three diaries, 1856, 1863, 1866, correspondence, photographs, ledgers/account books, scrapbooks, newspapers (include. 1883-1885 Santa Barbara Daily Independent, papers and documents from the San Francisco Examiner and a tape and partial transcript of a recording by...

 
George P. Clements papers, 1920-1946.

Includes correspondence, subject files, publications, scrapbooks, and clippings relating primarily to California agricultural development, water resources, forestry, and conservation.

 
George P. Hammond collection of documents relating to Navajo Indians : prepared for use in litigation before Indian Claims Commission, circa 1849-1957.

Primarily transcripts of documents from the National Archives and other repositores. In addition to records relating to the Navajo there are records concerning other Indian tribes, including the Hopi and Ute.

 
George Peabody College for Teachers reports

Relates to a project carried out by the George Peabody College for Teachers in cooperation with the Government of South Korea to provide technical assistance in the training of teachers in South Korea.

 
George Pepperdine College Records

The collection contains materials produced by and related to George Pepperdine College. Items in the collection include school records; recruitment material; memorabilia; publicity and newspaper clippings; programs; college history; photographs of educational departments, university events, and student life; scrapbooks; and...

 
George R. Dorman Collection.

This collection consists of genealogical research and findings, both original and copies, for the extended family of George R. Dorman, residents of Fresno and the State of California, specific ethnic groups, and persons of historical interest to California. Its material...

 
George R. Noyes letter, 1936 May 24

One letter (ALS) from George R. Noyes, re his Congreve essay and other writing, to Walter [?], May 24 , 1936. Laid in Blok's The Rose and the Cross (PG3453.B6 R613 1936). Alpha list.

 
George R. Taber papers, 1867-1904.

The George R. Taber papers consist primarily of his diaries dating from 1869-1895. The diaries record Taber's emigration from New Jersey to California in 1869 via Panama and the steamer Colorado. The diaries record his arrival in San Francisco, his...

 
George Rapall Noyes correspondence, 1926-1951.

Personal and professional correspondence (circa 200 letters) of a professor of Slavic language studies at the University of California, Berkeley. Correspondents include other scholars of 17th century literature and journal editors. Also includes correspondence related to revising his 1909 edition...

 
George Raymond letter, 1853

One letter (ALS) to father, mother and sisters re voyage to Melbourne, Australia, 29 May -- 4 August 1853. Upon arrival, says most of the ship's passengers were heading immediately for the mines [a gold rush was underway in New...

 
George Reeb Collection, 1862-1910.

Business papers, correspondence, legal papers, printed materials, Trustee of Hornitos records

 
George Rodden papers, 1859-1877.

Promissory notes; power of attorney from Frederick Lux; deed for land in Kern County; bill of sale for mining property in Tuolumne County.

 
George Romney letter, 1794

One letter (ALS) from portrait painter Romney to John [?], re commissions he is working on or has refused, 1794. Laid in William Hayley's The Life of George Romney (Chicester, 1809). Alpha list.

 
George (Rosemary) textbook collection

Cuban elementary and secondary school textbooks, relating to the Cuban political system, and to world affairs.

 
George S. Sturges papers, [ca. 1905-1920]

Material for the Yellow Jacket, Ophir, Crown Point, Belcher, and related Comstock Lode mining companies. Some papers of Edward B. Sturges included.

 
George S. Waterlow travel album of watercolor and pencil sketches of Western scenery [graphic].

Includes drawings in pencil and watercolor depicting scenery of various locations throughout the Western United States and Canada, including prairie lands, Nevada plains, Monterey Bay, Rocky Mountains, and several locations in British Columbia (Victoria, Trail, Rossland, Arrow Lakes, Kootenay Mine)....

 
George Sandy memoirs : and supplementary material relating to the Communist Party : oral history transcript / 1992.

Interview begins with George Sandy's Indiana childhood and family, education, early interest in Socialism, and odd jobs and travel (hitchiking and catching trains) around the United States. The interview continues with his involvement in the Young Communist League as an...

 
George Sandy papers on the Congress of California Seniors, 1981-1996.

Collection contains notes, programs, publicity materials, letters, photographs, and miscellaneous items relating to George and Mary Sandy's involvement in the Congress of California Seniors from 1981-1996. Most of the collection documents specific events such as the Congress' annual conventions, political...

 
George Simmons papers, 1902-1904.

Contains a booklet of admission passes for George Simmons to the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition, which took place in St. Louis, Mo. (the booklet also has a photograph of George Simmons); a publication describing the exhibition of the District of...

 
George Steers letters : San Francisco, to various correspondents : ALS, 1855-1856.

Concerning ship design and yachting on the San Francisco Bay.

 
George Sterling letters, 1905-1925.

Letters, poems, and typescripts.

 
George Sterling letters and poems : California, to Grace Warlock, 1917-1996 (bulk 1923-1925)

Twenty-one letters (57 p.) from George Sterling, mostly on Bohemian Club stationery, to Grace Warlock, who Sterling addresses as "niece" and "Jazette," at Oaks Resort in Applegate and elsewhere. Letters discuss pets, travels, Warlock's new home in "Wopland" North Beach,...

 
 
George Sterling letters to Marie Parmelee and related papers : San Francisco, California, 1920 November - 1925 December.

Papers include typescripts and inscribed copies of books of poetry by Sterling; Box 2 also contains a typescript titled "A Life of George Sterling" by John G. Moore.

 
George Sterling photograph collection [graphic]

Snapshots & portraits of George Sterling, friends, and associated places. At least one portrait with Jack London.

 
George Sterling's Friends and Family Photograph Album, 1898-1905.

The bound volume contains 133 gelatin silver and 2 cyanotype prints which document trips that the creator took between 1898 and 1905. Most of the trips take place in Northern California, although the album includes visits to British Columbia, Washington,...

 
GEORGE STEVENS: A FILMMAKER'S JOURNEY collection

The GEORGE STEVENS: A FILMMAKER'S JOURNEY collection spans the years 1954-1983 (bulk 1981-1983) and encompasses 3 linear feet. The collection consists of interview transcripts and cassette tapes of filmed interviews conducted by George Stevens Jr. and Susan Winslow, the film's...

 
George Stoddard letter: Boston, Mass. to F.H. Waterman, San Francisco, Calif. , 1875 Dec. 3.

Manuscript correspondence on letterhead stationery and envelope of May & Co. Hardware and Metals addressed to Waterman at the Grand Hotel in San Francisco. Stoddard writes that he left 100 shares "ophir" [i.e. Ophir Silver Mining Co.?] in a C....

 
George Sumner Albee papers, [ca. 1959-1964].

Correspondence, including copies of letters written by him, and letters to him from Joseph W. Krutch; Benjamin H. Lehman; Margerie Lowry (re his dramatization of Under the Volcano); John D. MacDonald; Ira Wallach; his publisher, Simon and Schuster; and his...

 
George Swan property tax receipts : El Dorado County : DS, 1862-1866.

For personal and real property owned by Swan such as Swan's Toll Road (from Kingsberry Road on the east to Strawberry Valley on the west), horses, oxen, wagon, buggy and watch.

 
George T. Davis collection of legal documents related to Thomas J. Mooney and Warren K. Billings, 1916-1971 (bulk 1930-1937).

Collection of briefs, petitions, testimony, exhibits, etc. related to various legal actions involving Thomas J. Mooney and Warren K. Billings. Includes testimony from the original trial in 1916-1917, petitions and arguments for Billings' pardon, documents pertaining to two suits Mooney...

 
George T. Davis papers, circa 1910-1990.

Contains biographical information, correspondence, speeches, writings, scrapbooks, publicity materials, subject files and photographs. The major cases and topics covered in the collection include Caryl Chessman, capital punishment, Tom Mooney.

 
George T. Richards letters, 1852.

Written from Woods Creek, Tuolumne Co., to his brother, Charles, relating mainly to mining.

 
George Tasheira biographical materials, 1926-1940.

Biographical sketch, Christmas greeting cards, and obituary and probate notices.

 
George Taylor letters to his family during the American Civil War, 1861 August 15; 1861 September 19; 1861 December 27; 1862 January 9, 20; 1862 May 9; 1862 September 19, 30; 1862 October 6; 1862 November 30; 1862 December 1.

Eleven holograph letters written and signed by George Taylor to his family about his experience as a private in Company D of the 104th Illinois Infantry Regiment during the American Civil War. The eleven letters include personal correspondence about family...

 
George Tays writings.

Manuscripts relating to early California history, California state parks, and Korea.

 
George Thacher Balch letters, 1855-1862.

Consists chiefly of letters written by Captain Balch while serving as an ordnance officer on the Sioux campaign, Apr.-Dec. 1855, and later from Ft. Pickens, Fla. and Wash., D.C. A copy of Special Orders No. 12, May 12, 1855, issued...

 
George Tufly correspondence, 1855.

These two letters, in German, relate to Carson's life in California before coming to Nevada. One to a brother in Germany, Mount Pleasant Ranch, April 10, 1855, written on an illustrated lettersheet, "Crossing the Plains," discusses hard times in the...

 
George Vandenhoff poem, 1861

Short handwritten Civil War era poem, 1861.

 
George Vanderbilt Foundation Records

This collection includes correspondence primarily regarding the dissolution of the Foundation after Vanderbilt's death in 1961, and agreements between the Foundation and Stanford University. Major correspondents include Earl Herald, Robert Rofen, Giles Mead, Curtis Tarr, James Thurber and trustees of...

 
George Verne Blue correspondence concerning Samuel Hancock's Thirteen years on the Northwest Coast, 1922-1923.

Two letters from E.J. Hancock, Coupeville, Wash., with information about his uncle; letter from Joseph Schafer and notes from F.C. Matthews about the brigs, Kendall, G.W. Kendall, Eagle and Cayuga.

 
George W. Farris diaries, 1879-1910.

Kept while a farmer in Yolo County (1879-1880) and while working as a carpenter in San Francisco and Oakland (1902-1903) and (1905-1910). Two small "gem" tintype portraits of young men are present in v.2.

 
George W. Gardiner documents, circa 1866-1867

5 documents re additional bounty for Civil War service, to Gardiner, a private in Company G, Third Regiment, R.I.H. Artillery Voluneers, 1866-1867. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

 
George W. Gibson correspondence : ALS, 1854-1865.

Contains business letters to George W. Gibson from A.K.P. Harmon in Boston and the Sacramento banking firm of D.O. Mills and Co. Harmon letters pertain to Gibson's business (a shoe store?), supplying goods, business in Boston, and mutual friends. D.O....

 
George W. Kimble Papers, 1872-1910.

Scrapbook of clippings; notes on mines, ore deposits, mining geology, American cement, diamond mines, black sands, and Butte County; index of minerals in his collection; memorandum book of engineering notes; brief geological reports on mines in California; and field notes...

 
George W. Marston letters received : TLS, 1923 October 31 - 1945 November 8.

Contents: TLS from Charles Lummis, October 31, 1923, re an unspecified Lummis publication; TLS from Hiram Johnson, US Senate Committee on Imm igration, February 18, 1928, ackowledging receipt of telegram protesti ng the naval program of Secretary of the Navy...

 
George W. Pomeroy Civil War collection, 1863-1907 (bulk 1863 - 1865

Correspondence and documents of an Ohio soldier. .05 linear feet (1 folder).

 
George W. Stewart correspondence, 1905-1930.

Include single letters from the following: Mary Austin, Alfred L. Kroeber and C. Hart Merriam; and copies of letters written by Stewart, 1905-1907, re purchase of private land holdings in Sequoia National Park.

 
George W. Swan Internal Revenue receipts : California : DS, 1864-1866.

For toll road revenue, signed by Robert Steers (collector of Division no. 3 of the 4th District).

 
George W. Trippon papers, circa 1940-2010.

Contains correspondence, clippings, and miscellany, mostly concerning George Trippon's career as a fashion designer and host of the television show, "Sew What's New." Also includes three front page facsimile reprints of extra editions of the Honolulu Star-Bulletin and the Honolulu...

 
George W. Trippon World War Two scrapbook and photograph albums [graphic].

Includes contents of scrapbook (vol. 1) documenting George W. Trippon's personal experience in the United States military during World War Two and his subsequent interest in the war, the military and related topics. Scrapbook includes original military documents, rations and...

 
George W. Woodburn letters, 1849-1850.

Sterling, Illinois,1849 Mar. 21. Handwritten letter (4 p.) to mother, Agnes Woodburn, in Newtown, Pennsylvania. George W. Woodburn is about to embark on an overland journey to California to search for gold. Gives reasons for his decison and plans including...

 
George Walter Caldwell papers, 1884-1933, undated.

Manuscripts of poems, stories and miscellaneous writings; incomplete journal of trip around the world, 1932-33. Includes typescript written in 1884 when Caldwell was 18 years old.

 
George Walton letters : to Stella Walton : ALS, 1898 Feb. 22-1900 July 6.

Letters written to his wife, Stella, describing train trip from Chicago to Seattle, getting outfitted, and getting to the Klondike mines via British Columbia. Collection of more than 28 letters, some written over a period of several days, details Walton's...

 
George Washington collection of papers, 1777-1792.

Assembled from various sources. Includes letters written by him to William Alexander (Lord Stirling), Col. Elias Dayton, and Lt. Col. Weltner; transcript of letter to James Madison; and army discharge certificate for Henry Vankleek.

 
George Washington printed engraving, circa 19th century

One printed engraving of George Washington in uniform, by A. B. Durand, from the full-length portrait by Col. Trumbull, belonging to Yale College, [ca. 1800s]. Alpha list.

 
George Wellen papers, circa 1906-1970.

Concerning his interest and activity in leatherwork, metal craft, and drawing in Seattle, San Francisco, and Honolulu. Correspondence, scrapbooks, catalogs, photographs, and notes.

 
George Wesley Davis photograph album, circa 1895-1900

Album of George Wesley Davis, with images of the 1895 Santa Barbara Flower Show, other Santa Barbara locales, a newspaper clipping by Davis about a trip to Cuba around the time of the Spanish American War, and related commercial photographs...

 
George Wharton James letters, 1902-1923.

23 letters written by George Wharton James on everyday business matters, such as his books, pamphlets, and lectures.

 
George Wharton James letters, 1902-1923.

23 letters written by George Wharton James on everyday business matters, such as his books, pamphlets, and lectures.

 
George Wheeler Gibson collection, 1857-1866.

The Gibson collection includes both business correspondence of George Wheeler Gibson and personal correspondence from his extended family during the late 1850s and early 1860s.

 
George Wilbert Skilling papers, [ca.1900-1910?]

Carbon typescript of work entitled "Three California Boys" (57 p.) n.d. ; plat map (blueprint, 36 x 34 cm. ) of Skillings Subdivision of the Mathews Tract. Berkeley, Cal. Aug. 22, 1906; invitation to opening of Skilling's "new quarters at...

 
George William Stewart Collection, 1870-1930.

Correspondence, biographical materials, military papers, maps, deeds, diary, photographs, etc.

 
George Wood land grant : Sierra County, Calif., 1880 Apr. 30.

Contains grant for 160 acres of land in California made by President Rutherford B. Hayes.

 
Georgescu (Haralamb H.) Papers

The collection documents the professional career of Romanian-born architect Haralamb H. Georgescu. While incomplete, these papers shed light on the prevalence of modernism and its European sources while further broadening the understanding of twentieth-century California modernism.

 
Georgescu (Horia) Papers

Correspondence, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to Romanian diplomacy during World War II, and to postwar Romanian emigre affairs. Includes a few papers of the Romanian diplomat Catalin Vladescu-Olt.

 
Georgeson (Duane) Papers

Duane L. Georgeson worked as a civil engineer for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and the Metropolitan Water District. The Duane L. Georgeson Papers document his 53-year career working as an engineer with water and water systems...

 
Georgevich (Dragoslav) typescript

Relates to the adherence of Yugoslavia to the Tripartite Pact, and to the coup against the government of Prince Paul in Yugoslavia. Photocopy.

 
Georgia E. Tanner Woodbridge Borton papers, 1857-1928.

Letters to Mrs. Borton from Illinois attorneys, and others, re her husband's estate and move to Pasadena, Calif. from Illinois; letters from her son, written while assigned to U.S. Ambulance Service Company from Pasadena, encamped in Pennsylvania, 1917; miscellaneous family...

 
Georgia Lee papers, circa 1968-1997.

The papers include project reports, publications, field notes, maps, drawings, and correspondence. There are also photographs and photographic slides.

 
Georgia Lee photographs of petroglyphs in Easter Island, Hawaii and California [graphic].

Chiefly images of petroglyphs and other rock art taken at Easter Island, Hawaii and at Lava Beds National Monument in California.

 
Georgia O'Keefe card, undated

One inscribed greeting card, n.d. Alpha list.

 
Georgia O'Keeffe letter : to Mrs. Robert Young, Palm Beach, Fla., 1977 Jan. 3.

Framed, typescript letter (1 p.), signed and annotated ("Best greetings for 77") by O'Keefe, asking for confirmation of the ownership of her painting "Oak Leaves, Pink and Grey." O'Keeffe adds that she is including a photograph of the painting for...

 
Georgian pictorial collection

Photographs, depicting elections and scenes of political activity in Georgia and especially in Ajaria, and military operations in South Ossetia.

 
Georgian Subject Collection

Press releases and clippings, relating to various aspects of Georgian history, especially during the Russian Revolution and in the period leading up to establishment of Georgian independence in 1991.

 
Georgiana Caroline Carden papers, 1920-1946.

Primarily concerning her work for the California Department of Education and the education of migrant and Indian children. Included are letters from Ralph Palmer Merritt, Katharine Conway Felton, and others; some reports and papers written by Miss Carden; and records...

 
Georgievich (M.) typescript

Relates to Russian military organization during World War I.

 
Gerald Cassidy pictorial collection [graphic]

Collection includes art by Gerald Cassidy, mainly of western subjects including Indians and scenes from the Southwest. Also includes photographs of simliar subjects (stereographs of New Mexico, etc.) and family scenes.

 
Gerald D. Belchick papers, 1967-1971.

Includes reports and articles by and about Mr. Belchick and his work with disabled students at Cowell Hospital at the University of California, Berkeley.

 
Gerald D. Berreman papers, circa 1950-2000.

The papers include drafts of article, books, reviews, and speeches; subject files; and class notes.

 
Gerald Hanna Hagar papers, 1920-1964 (bulk 1948-1964).

Correspondence, clippings, scrapbook, subject files, and photographs concerning his activities with the University of California as a regent, (including Board of Regent Executive session minutes) and Eli Katz Communist Party affiliation case. Also including records concerning his property in California,...

 
Gerald Robert Vizenor papers, 2008-2011.

Includes writings, correspondence, and publicity materials from readings.

 
Gerald V. Browns album : Tientsin, China.

The album (196 p.), compiled by Gerald V. Browns while stationed in the American barracks at Tientsin, China during the years of 1928 to 1931, contains 755 black and white photographs and 23 hand-colored photographs, with hand-drawn captions and illustrations....

 
Gerald Wilson Commercial Recordings and Ephemera

Gerald Wilson (1918- ) is a jazz trumpeter, conductor, composer/arranger, and educator. He taught jazz history as an adjunct assistant professor at UCLA for over 13 years. Wilson is often regarded as one of the most influential artists in modern...

 
Geraldine M. Johnson papers, 1973-1997 (bulk 1985-1997).

The collection documents Johnson's work as an activist and includes correspondence, speeches, newspaper clippings and subject files relating to the numerous organizations she was involved with. Materials have been broken down according to relevant organization/ project with reference files and...

 
Gerard E. Caspary papers, 1933-2005.

The papers include class notes for University of California, Berkeley courses History 4B, 103B, 155B, 156A, and 156B, detailed course handouts, fragments of his one published work, "Politics and Exegesis: Origen and the Two Swords" (U.C. Press, 1979), and a...

 
Gerard family papers, 1859-1897.

Included are letters by Peter Gerard, a sea captain, written to his father and to his brother, August, from various parts of the world (New Orleans, Bombay, South Africa, etc.), describing his travels; letters from Edward Gerard to his brother...

 
Gerard Malanga typescript poems, 1972

Tyepscript poems, with holographic corrections. Santa Cruz [CA] , 1972. Alpha list.

 
Gerard (Ralph Waldo) Papers

This collection contains the professional papers of Ralph Waldo Gerard. It includes college papers, personal and professional correspondence, research materials, writings, draft reports of experiments, papers relating to travels, lecture materials, awards, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, photographs, audio recordings, slides, and...

 
Gerber (Henry) Collection

Often referred to as the forefather of the United States gay movement, Henry Gerber in 1924 created the first known gay organization in the United States, the Society for Human Rights, and the first known gay publication, . The collection...

 
Gerber (Merrill Joan) Stop here, my friend : papers

Summary: Author's typescript copy of STOP HERE, MY FRIEND, a collection of short stories with manuscript corrections and editing. Several of the stories are printed (clipped from magazines). Two galley proofs, one corrected and one final....

 
Gerbode (Martha) report

Relates to British, Malay, and Chinese public opinion regarding the Malayan independence movement, as revealed by an analysis of British press coverage.

 
Gerda Isenberg papers, 1931-1990.

Consist of correspondence, writings, speeches, reports, interviews, subject files, clippings, a scrapbook, photographs and ephemera. Collection includes records of the European Bookshop (1931-1936), papers of her Civil Rights activities (1941-1984), including the focus of the collection, Japanese-American relocation (1942-1951), her...

 
Gere (John) Research papers and photographs regarding Italian Old Master drawings

Papers and photographs document Gere's research on Italian old master drawings, especially Raphael and his circle, and Taddeo and Federico Zuccaro.

Gergen (David R.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1972

The materials of relate to David Gergen's responsibilities first as Ray Price's deputy in overseeing the Office of Research and Messages and then Gergen's directorship of the same office in 1973 and 1974. The largest portion of the files document...

Gergen (David R.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1972

David Gergen was a Staff Assistant to the President and reported directly to Ray Price, the Director of the Office of Research and Messages. The Gergen materials in the Special Files consist of Presidential action requests and memoranda to or...

 
Gergetek photograph, circa late 19th century

Black/white photo, ca. 15" x 19 1/2 ", panorama of the village of Gergetek, caption in Cyrillic, possible Russian/Serbian region. [Oversize, boxed]. Alpha list.

 
"Gerhard Casper: A Celebration of the First Five Years" [videorecording]

Video tape (with DVD copy) includes clips from talks by Casper as well as clips from campus events during his first five years.

 
Gerhard (Edward Ashley) diary

Relates to the Japanese conquest of the Philippines, and conditions in Japanese camps for American prisoners of war. Includes photocopy of typed transcript.

 
Gerhardt (Philipp) collection

Printed matter, letters, notes, bibliography, and photographs, relating to the Soviet economist Nikolai Kondrat'ev and to economic long-cycle theory. Includes printed copies and typed copies of writings by Kondrat'ev; holograph fragments by Kondrat'ev; typed copies of letters from Kondrat'ev to...

 
Gerhardt (Wally) Photograph Collection

This collection includes one box of photographs and six boxes of unprinted negatives of Newport Beach, Costa Mesa, Corona del Mar, and other Orange County, California, localities taken in the 1940's and 1950's. Images include individual, group, and family portraits;...

 
Gerharter (Rick) Photographs

Rick Gerharter photographs from the 9th International AIDS Conference in Berlin, Germany, June 6, 1993; Gay Day in Berlin, Germany, June 26, 1993; San Jose Gay Pride Parade, June 14, 1992; and the Stonewall 25 Parade in New York City,...

 
Gerharter (Rick) Photographs Collection

Rick Gerharter is a San Francisco-based free-lance photojournalist. This collection of images was selected by the artist and documents activities in San Francisco's LGBT community from 1988 through mid-1995. Many photos were taken while on assignment for the and capture...

 
Gerlach (Roman T.) papers

Writings, correspondence, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to twentieth-century Polish history, especially during World War II, and to scouting in Poland. Includes a book-length study, "Diamond-Tipped Arrows," relating to resistance activities of Polish boy scouts during World War II.

 
Germain (Diane F.) Lesbian Art and Memorabilia Photographs

Diane F. Germain photographs of lesbian art and memorabilia, including protest posters, 2007. The photographs were taken in 2007, but the creation dates of the art and memorabilia are unknown.

 
Germain (Diane) papers

Diane F. Germain is a French-American lesbian-feminist psychiatric social worker. She conducts the Lesbian History Project and created and conducted a strength group for Women Survivors of Incest and/or childhood molestation for five years. She was one of the founding...

 
German American Bund records

Minutes of the Executive Committee, translations of Führer commands, financial records, propaganda, and photographs, relating to activities of the Bund. Collected by Paul Dunne. Photocopy.

 
German American Citizens' League, San Francisco. Letter and ephemera concerning the Deutsches Volksfest, 1925.

Includes letter, ALS, 1925; and printed program for the Deutsches Volkfest (German folk festival) held in California Park, San Rafael, July 12, 1925. Program contains description of California Park.

 
German artists miscellaneous correspondence

Miscellaneous correspondence between German artists.

 
German celebratory verse (Gelegenheitsdichtung) : collection

These poems celebrate marriages, funerals, births, farewells, New Years, inaugurations and installations, and fests and feasts. The collection concentrates on Lower Saxony in the era of George I, elector of Hanover and King of England. An indication of the many-layered...

 
German Diplomatic service papers in Mexico : ms.

Box 1: Correspondence and papers of Mexican officials with the consuls in Mexico City of Frankfurt, Bremen, and various German towns. Box 2: Outgoing correspondence of Etienne Benecke, consul of Prussia and later of Germany, 1850-1876, and other papers, 1838-1871,...

 
German East Africa Postcard Collection, ca. 1900-1920.

138 photographic postcards, most black and white but a few chromolithographic of Dar-es-Salaam and other parts of German occupied Tanganyika (now Tanzania), prior to and during the East African campaign of World War I. The majority are German postcards, unused,...

 
German family photograph album, circa 1916-1924

18 black and white snapshots, some with captions in German, several of group dancing, some World War I era with men in uniform. Purchase with large unrelated batch of photographs/albums, eBay

 
German Letters

The collection consists of several apparently unconnected sets of correspondence written in German and Low German. Letters are addressed to friends and relatives in California mining towns during the period 1852-1888. Several sets were sent to Richard Vorlander in Jackson...

 
German Letters, 1852-1888.

German letters, in the German and Low German languages, written to friends and relatives in California mining towns.

 
German photo cards, circa 1920s-1930s

16 b/w and 8 color, most from Album Nr. 8 "Deutschland erwacht", with printed captions on the reverse, depicting scenes of the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler, ca. 1920s-1930s. Purchase, eBay

 
German Pictorial Collection

Photographs, postcards, and slides, depicting various political, military, and naval scenes in Germany, including communist rallies in the 1920s, the Berlin blockade of 1948-1949, and various prominent German personalities, including East German head of state Walter Ulbricht.

German poster and broadside collection, chiefly from the Nazi party during the Second World War

Chiefly Nazi propaganda material, including handbills, broadsides, and illustrated broadsides as well as posters. Many items are specifically anti-British or anti-American. A few items promoting other political parties during earlier German elections of the 1930s are present....

 
German (Robert A.) Collection

The collection contains architectural project files, blueprints, professional records, academic papers, portfolios, and biographical files that encompass the professional achievements of Robert Alan German (1957-2004). German, a San Jose State University (SJSU) alumnus, was a prolific Bay Area architect and...

 
German Soldier's Photograph Album

The album, entitled by its owner "!" [, "Remembrance of my Service", is embossed on the cover] is the record of the military service of a German soldier, Helmuth Heuschen (probably from Lüdenscheid in Northwest Germany), during the Nazi era...

 
German South West Africa Photograph Album

German South West Africa photograph album, ca. 1915, containing 43 black/white snapshots, some with captions, including several of the WWI British campaign in South West Africa - now Namibia (Tsadbis, Otjiwarongo, Omaruru River, Ehako Bridge, German Light Railway, Asis Copper...

 
German South West Africa Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1914.

48 black and white albumen prints from a disbound album mainly of colonial German soldiers (Schutztruppe) in present-day Namibia. Photos primarily of soldiers, animal transport, Windhoek buildings, Angola mission station, Herero inhabitants, Okawayo military station, and Otjimbojo mines. Also includes...

 
German subject collection

Pamphlets, leaflets, serial issues, election campaign literature, other printed matter, reports, memoranda, letters, depositions, and miscellany, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Germany, primarily since the German Revolution of 1918, and relating especially to the Weimar period, post-World...

 
German Theater and Movie programs

The collection consists predominantly of theater, cabaret, opera, and movie programs from European German-speaking countries, 1929-1937.

 
German World War I Photograph Album, 1917-1918.

From dealer description: Photo album with 33 photo engravings and 87 original photographs. Oblong album, 24 x 32.5 cm., engravings and photographs all have the same size (208 x 295 mm.) with a printed caption underneath and a printed plate...

 
German World War II Russian Front Photograph Album

The album is primarily the record of a German soldier serving on the Eastern front during World War II. There are 131 black and white photos with some captions handwritten in pencil (in Sütterlinschrift) identifying various locales and activities of...

 
German World War II Stereo Cards and Viewer, ca. 1940.

Incomplete set (numbered 1-100) of small stereoviews and accompanying viewer, titled "Der Kampf im Westen" (the battle in the west) published by Raumbild-Verlag Otto Schönstein K. G., Munich, circa 1940. Photos are black and white with captions in German on...

 
German-Soviet treaty protocols

Secret protocols of agreements between the German and Soviet governments relating to delineation of spheres of influence in eastern Europe prior to and following the outbreak of World War II. Photocopy.

 
Germany. Auswartiges Amt. Archivkommission press release

Announces the publication of Roosevelts Weg in den Krieg as the first volume of a series to be entitled Die Entstehung des Krieges von 1939, consisting of documents from captured Allied archives, relating to the origins of World War II.

 
Germany. Auswartiges Amt. Geschaftstelle fur die Friedensverhandlungen memoranda extracts

Relates to negotiations concerning the eastern boundaries of Germany at the Paris Peace Conference. Includes notes made by Alma Luckau.

 
Germany. Auswartiges Amt Records

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, relating to German foreign relations in the interwar period and during World War II. Photocopy.

 
Germany Deutsche Kongress-Zentrale Records

Correspondence, memoranda, pamphlets, conference proceedings, clippings, and newspaper issues, relating to conferences of cultural, scientific, social reform, professional, business, educational, and other organizations.

 
Germany. Extraparliamentary movement

(Extra-parliamentary opposition, student movement; anti-authoritarian movement; leftist and alternative groups post 1967)....

 
Germany. Geheime Staatspolizei. Aussendienststelle miscellaneous records

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, relating to the secret national socialist movement in Polish Silesia.

 
Germany. Geheime Staatspolizei reports

Relates to agitation activities, particularly anti-militarist activities, of the Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands between the two world wars, and to communist anti-Nazi activities in Germany and German-occupied areas in the latter half of 1941.

 
Germany. Geheime Staatspolizei. Staatspolizeistelle Breslau bulletins

Relates to individuals wanted for political offenses, escaped prisoners, and censorship activities in Germany during World War II.

 
Germany. Grosses Hauptquartier telegrams received

Telegrams from Berlin to German Army Headquarters at Charleville, France, mostly addressed to Captain Schnitzer, reporting political and war news gleaned from the foreign press.

 
Germany Heer 2 Landsturm-Infanterie-Bataillon Heidelberg 5 Kompanie war journal

Relates to German military activities during World War I. Includes rosters and maps.

 
Germany. Heer. Armeekorps 9 regulations

Relates to censorship in Hamburg during World War I.

 
Germany. Heer. Infanterie-Regiment 163 photographs

Depicts officers and men of Infanterie-Regiment 163 of the German army, and scenes of the activity on campaigns in France and Belgium during World War I.

 
Germany. Heer. Kraftwagen Park 2 war journal

Relates to German military transportation on the Western Front during World War I.

 
Germany. Heer. Propaganda-Abteilung Italien portfolio

Mounted propaganda leaflets, flyers, broadsides, posters, postcards, and stamps, issued between September 1943 and March 1944, and directed at the Italian civilian population.

 
Germany. Konsulat (San Francisco) press releases

Relates to the national socialist regime in Germany.

 
Germany: miscellaneous letters and documents.

Documents in this collection concern armed forces, antiques, celebrations, awards, education, dogs, a proposed government in exile, and French medieval literature. Cataloged separately; see individual records for more complete description of collection content. Search under title: Germany: miscellaneous letters and...

 
Germany. Oberkommando der Wehrmacht. Fuhrerhauptquartier. Stenographischer Dienst conference transcripts

Stenographic records of conversations of Adolf Hitler, Führer of Germany, with civilian and military aides, relating to German policy during World War II, December 1942-March 1945.

 
Germany. Oberkommando der Wehrmacht orders

Relates to German plans for attack on Belgium. Captured from a German officer at Mechelen, Belgium, January 10, 1940. Photocopy.

 
Germany. Oberkommando der Wehrmacht. Wehrbezirkskommando Berlin V memoranda

Relates to the organization and duties of offices for the registration and conscription of civilians for military service.

 
Germany. Oberste Heeresleitung records

Intelligence and other reports, leaflets, radio news scripts, clippings, and press releases, relating to political conditions in Russia and the Netherlands, Allied and Bolshevik propaganda, German propaganda, and military positions at the front during World War I.

 
Germany, Palestine, Northern California : political and architectural activities, 1993 /

Childhood in Breslau, Germany, and Berlin; emigration to Palestine in 1935; studies at Hebrew University, Jerusalem; spying for Haganah, night patrol, while undertaking pre-med studies at American University, Beirut; meeting and apprenticing with architect Eric Mendelsohn; with British army in...

 
Germany. Reichsernahrungsministerium memoranda

Relates to German food supply in the period 1924-1935.

 
Germany. Reichskanzlei. Adjutantur des Fuhrers Records

Correspondence, memoranda, personnel records, and miscellanea, relating to the German economy, military activities of the Schutzstaffel (SS) Begleitkommando, and miscellaneous administrative matters.

 
Germany. Reichskanzlei. Fuhrerschutzkommando logbook

Correspondence sent and received by the Führerschutzkommando.

 
Germany. Reichskommissar beim Prisenhof Hamburg record extracts

Relates to the seizure of Baltic ships on high seas during World War II, and to indemnification questions. Transcripts made by Heinz von Bassi.

 
Germany. Reichsluftfahrtministerium report

Report and supporting documents, relating to the history of German military aviation, 1919-1927. Prepared by General Wilberg.

 
Germany. Reichsministerium fur Volksaufklarung und Propaganda Miscellaneous Records

Political newsletters, radio broadcast transcripts, and letters of radio listeners. Includes an abstract of a speech given before the Berlin Association of Foreign Correspondents on October 14, 1941, and a protocol of the Ministry for Eastern European Affairs regarding its...

 
Germany. Reichsrat miscellaneous records

Petitions, applications, memorials, proposals, and presentations, submitted by various companies, persons, organizations, and local governments, for deliberation and consideration, December 1928-December 1929.

 
Germany. Reichswirtschaftsministerium memoranda

Relates to foreign currency cash requirements for German industry, and to liaison between the Ministry of the Economy and the office of the Deputy to the Führer.

 
Germany. Sonderbeauftragter fur die personenbezogenen Daten des ehemaligen Staatssicherheitsdienstes typescript

Relates to investigation of the Staatssicherheitsdienst collaborator code-named IM Sekretär, and the possibility of his identification as the German politician Manfred Stolpe. Photocopy.

 
Germany speaks typescript

Relates to national socialism in Germany. Written by several Nazi leaders, and originally intended for publication in the U.S. under the title Germany Speaks. Includes copy of a foreword by Adolf Hitler.

 
Germany. Statistisches Reichsamt tables

Relates to changes in the German labor force from May 31, 1939 to May 31, 1940, broken down by industry, sex, and region.

 
Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : U.S. Zone) Office of Military Government for Bavaria Kreis Traunstein

The records of American administration of occupied Germany (U.S. Zone), Kreis Traunstein relating to civil administration, including problems of public health and safety, administration of justice, allocation of economic recourses, organization of labor, denazification, and disposition of displaced persons contain...

 
Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : U.S. Zone) Office of Military Government miscellaneous records

Correspondence, reports, memoranda, statistics, indexes, laws, proclamations, press releases, and bulletins, relating to American administration of occupied Germany after World War II, and especially to civilian relief, economic conditions, housing, and denazification.

 
Germany (Territory Under Allied Occupation, 1945-1955) Records, 1945-1949

The records relate to demilitarization, denazification, democratization, and reconstruction of Germany after World War II. Includes minutes, reports, memoranda, laws, proclamations, press releases, agenda, and bulletins.

 
Germany. Waffenstillstandskommission 1918-1919. Unterkommission fur die Ruckgabe von Maschinen und Material an Belgien und Frankreich records

Reports, memoranda, and statistics, relating to the German surrender of heavy equipment in compliance with armistice agreements at the end of World War I.

 
Gernreich (Rudi) papers

Rudi Gernreich (1922-1985) was a controversial Austrian-American fashion designer and dancer, created clothes that celebrated the natural shape and movement of the body, including his most famous designs, the topless swimsuit and the thong swimsuit. In addition to fashion photographs,...

 
Gerrard (Saida) papers

The collection consists of costumes, manuscripts, programs, photographs, and clippings pertaining to choreographer/dancer Saida Gerrard from the 1930s through the 1970s.

 
Gerret A. Empie correspondence, 1864-1865

[178th New York]. Eleven Civil War era letters addressed to family, 1864-1865. [about what?].

 
Gerrish family papers.

Samuel Howard Gerrish (1834-1912) diaries, 1860-1912; (52 v. A.Ms.S. 12-18 cm.); and diaries of Charles Gerrish, Mrs. Sarah J. Gerrish, and Edward Gerrish.

 
Gerrit Smith letter to Selah Mathews, Esq., 1840 August 28.

One holograph letter written in Peterboro, N. Y. and signed by Gerrit Smith about enclosing a Compensation Certificate, his sister's side of the family, and his late father's estate.

 
Gerry (Vance) and the Weather Bird Press Archive

The collection of Vance Gerry's Weather Bird Press jobs primarily consists of illustrations, layout sketches, galley, page, and signature proofs, dummies, correspondence, ephemera, pochoir samples, and stencils. It was given to the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library in 1988 and...

 
Gershe (Leonard) Papers

Leonard Gershe The collection consists of scripts, correspondence, ephemera, clippings, and legal and financial clippings, and legal and financial papers for various productions. Also includes a variety of lyrics and music sheets, a small collection of material written or...

 
Gershman (Carl) Papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, minutes, resolutions, discussion bulletins, and printed matter, relating to socialist and radical movements in the U.S., the Young People's Socialist League, and Social Democrats, U.S.A.

 
Gerson and Sulamith Goldhaber papers : regarding the first antiproton annihilation event, 1955-1958 (bulk 1956).

Consists of research notes, laboratory results, manuscript notes, drafts and other documents related research on the antiproton-nucleon annihilation process.

 
Gerson Goldhaber papers, 1949-1991.

Includes correspondence, reports, research files, lecture notes, and course materials documenting Professor Goldhaber's career in physics research and teaching at UC Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

 
Gerson (T. Perceval) Papers

T. Perceval Gerson (1872-1960) was a member of the Severance Club, a cultural conversation group, serving as president from 1917 until his death. He founded the Hollywood Bowl Association serving as charter board member and leader. Gerson was also a...

 
Gerson (Theodore P.) Papers

The personal and business correspondence of Dr. T. Perceval Gerson chiefly for the years 1934-37, which includes letters from conductors, musicians, lecturers on liberal causes, etc. Also 2 sets of newspaper clippings covering the San Francisco Graft Trial of 1907...

 
Gerstle Mack papers, 1903-1974.

Principally correspondence and research materials pertaining to Mack's published and unpublished works, including an annotated typescript for The Land Divided. Includes some theater programs (ca. 1920s), mostly from San Francisco theaters, many listing Mack as one of the production designers....

 
Gerstle Mack photograph collection.

Includes views of Spanish architecture, views of art works, the Panama Pacific International Exposition, Greek ruins, theatrical productions, and travel scenes in North America and Europe.

 
Gerstle, William L. Photographs of Alaska [graphic]

Volume 1 includes views of Sitka, Unalaska, the Russian Mission on the Yukon River, native Alaskans, canoes and paddle wheel steamers, and numerous views of camps and coastlines. Volume 2 includes shipboard scenes, Kodiak, St. Michael, the Apollo Mine on...

 
Gerstley (James Mack and Elizabeth Lilienthal) family papers and photographs

The collection consists of the papers, scrapbooks, photographs, and photo albums of the family of James Mack and Elizabeth Lilienthal Gerstley. The family papers include some correspondence, a small amount of material from James Mack Gerstley's tenure at Borax, and...

 
Gerston (Larry N.) Calif. Democratic Council Collection

Larry N. Gerston is a professor of political science at San Jose State University. His work concerns issues of regional government, highway travel, light rail, and traffic and housing. The collection consists of materials concerning the history of the California...

 
Gerth (Donald R.) Papers

The personal and academic papers of Donald R. Gerth consist of materials documenting the history of higher education in California and elsewhere in the last half of the 20th century and Gerth’s academic career at the University of Chicago,...

 
Gerth (Edwin P.) papers

Diary and letters, relating to American military activities in France.

 
Gertrud Themal Lovey autobiography and reminiscences, circa 1959.

Volume 1: portfolio of loose items; volume 2-3: autobiography; volume 4: photo albume; volume 5: articles by Gertrud Themal Lovey and letters to the editor; volume 6: about and dedicated to General Douglas MacArthur; volume 7: about Kirsten Flagstad; volume...

 
A. Gertrude Anthony papers, 1906-1968.

Consists of correspondence of Gertrude Anthony pertaining to her time as a teacher for the American Committee for Armenian and Syrian Relief (Near East Relief) in Armenia and Turkey following World War I. Correspondence from 1919 to 1922 is from...

 
Gertrude Atherton correspondence.

Letter and postcard written by Gertrude Atherton.

 
Gertrude Atherton correspondence.

Letter and postcard written by Gertrude Atherton.

 
Gertrude Atherton letters : to Clifford Smyth : ALS and TLS, 1910 April 14-1916 April 23.

Consists of 29 letters to New York Times Book Review literary critic, Clifford Smyth, written primarily from New York, as well as San Francisco, Chicago, London, and Frankfurt. The letters are mostly concerned with literary gossip, Atherton's health and activities,...

 
Gertrude Block papers, 1912-1970.

Letters of recommendation from Germany and England testifying to Gertrude's Block's skills as a nurse and kindergarten matron, including a letter from the Head Nurse of the Society of Jewish Nurses in Frankfurt, Germany; a 1939 Nazi passport; Gertrude Block's...

 
Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton letters, 1915-1937, to Charlotte Rudyard Hallowell.

Include fifty-three letters and five postcards. Some of the letters written from Hollywood, 1921-1922, comment on her work for the film industry.

 
Gertrude Stein manuscripts : typescript, 1967, undated.

Typescript copies, with holograph corrections. Included are two plays, Not Sightly, and Old and Old. Latter also has holograph title page.

 
Gertrude Stein photographs from the Paul Padgette collection [graphic] /

Chiefly portraits of Gertrude Stein and Alice Toklas in the 1930s. Includes photographs taken at Bilignin Villa, Chambery, Stein's home at 27 Rue de Fleurus, in New York, and at University of Virginia and the College of William and Mary....

 
Gertrude's Silver Eighth Note Cafe records

In the fall of 1975, a group of women opened Gertrude's Silver Eighth Note Cafe in Eugene, Oregon with the idea of supporting a Women's Center. The restaurant functioned as a collective without designating a manager or boss and food...

 
Gerua Collection

Correspondence, reports, communiques, and printed matter, relating to White Russian military activities in northern Russia during the Russian Revolution, and to White Russian liaison with the British War Office. Consists mainly of records of the White Russian special military mission...

 
Gesamtverband Deutscher Antikommunistischer Vereinigungen records

Writings, reports, and clippings, relating to the international communist movement and to Jews.

 
Gesellschaft fur Deutsch-Sowetische Freundschaft. Kreisverband Jena records

Minutes, correspondence, resolutions, announcements, programs, printed matter, and photographs, relating to German-Soviet cultural ties. Includes a holograph memoir by Emil Kühn of his experiences as a German prisoner in Russia during World War I.

 
Gesellschaft fur kulturellen Austausch mit dem Ausland photographs

Depicts social and economic conditions in East Germany, particularly in the district of Cottbus, and events in the life of Wilhelm Pieck, first president of the German Democratic Republic.

 
Gessen (B.) typescript

Relates to transportation systems in Russia during the Russian Civil War.

 
Gessen (Iosif V.) Papers

Reports, letters, and leaflets, relating to the White Army in the Russian Civil War. Includes two translations of I. V. Gessen's memoirs, V Dvukh Vekakh, one entitled Reminiscences, translated from the Russian by E. Varneck, and a second entitled Legality...

 
Get Oil Out (GOO) Collection

Office files (bylaws, minutes, fundraising, publications, newsletters), governmental action, legal, and subject files, mainly pertaining to efforts to contain and monitor oil industry off coast of Santa Barbara, especially in the aftermath of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill.

 
Get Oil Out (GOO) Collection, [ca.1969-1990]

From the GOO office, mainly pertaining to efforts to contain and monitor oil industry off coast of Santa Barbara, especially in the aftermath of the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill.

 
Get your congressman to vote for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition at the Exposition City, San Francisco, 1915 [graphic] : California guarantees an exposition that will be a credit to the nation.

Postcard promoting congressional approval of San Francisco as the site for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition. Ilustrated with various symbolic figures and objects associated with California and the United States -- e.g. Liberty figure, miner with shovel, grizzly bear, bear flag,...

 
Gethsemane Congregational Church School group portraits [graphic]

Photographs show groups of teachers, students, and officers of the Gethsemane Congregational Church School (possibly in Los Angeles) posed in front of the church.

 
Getsinger (Joseph W.) papers

Orders, photographs, maps, clippings, and pamphlets, relating to activities of the 340th Field Artillery Regiment in France during World War I and as a part of the occupation force in Germany in 1919.

 
Getty Art History Information Program, Interviews regarding the study of art history

The records comprise interviews that were conducted by the Getty Art History Information Program (AHIP) and Brown University's Institute for Research in Information and Scholarship (IRIS) in 1986 and 1988. The interviews consist of discussions with experts and researchers in...

 
Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities records of facilities at 401 Wilshire

The collection comprises architectural records, photographs, and ephemera documenting the development of the facilities and activities of the Center for the History of Art and the Humanities (GCHAH) of the J. Paul Getty Trust at 401 Wilshire Boulevard in Santa...

 
Getty Centerfor Education in the Arts, Dobbs (Stephen M.) records

The records comprise the correspondence and subject files of Stephen M. Dobbs, Senior Program Officer for the Getty Center for Education in the Arts(GCEA), from 1987 to 1989. The records provide insight into the programs of the GCEA and its...

 
Getty Conservation Institute. Abomey Project Records, 1845-2000 and undated (bulk 1994-1997)

The records consist of administrative records, project field materials, project reports, and conference-, publication-, and exhibition-related materials all concerning the Getty Conservation Institute's field project for the conservation of the bas-reliefs of the Royal Palaces of Abomey in the Republic...

 
Getty Conservation Institute, Field Projects Division, RecorDIM project records

Records comprise reports, meeting materials and handouts, correspondence and memoranda, budgets, contracts, publication development and design material, images, and training materials, dating 1994-2007, created and maintained by the Field Projects Division of the Getty Conservation Institute. The materials concern the...

 
Getty Conservation Institute, Nefertari Project Logbooks

The Nefertari Project logbooks (1989-1992) document Phase III of the joint project of the Getty Conservation Institute and the Egyptian Antiquities Organization to conserve the wall paintings in the tomb of Nefertari. The entries in the logbooks were made by...

 
Getty Conservation Institute, Orpheus Mosaic (Paphos, Cyprus) project files and training program records

Dating from 1986-1993, materials comprise project files relating to the conservation of the third-century Orpheus Mosaic in Paphos, Cyprus by the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI). Also included are records detailing the organization and implementation of training programs (focused on the...

 
Getty Conservation Institute Training Manuals

The records comprise training manuals created by the Getty Conservation Institute, dating from 1985 to 2001. The materials were distributed at workshops and conferences to help professionals in the conservation of paintings, photographs, rock art, architecture, mosaics, and cultural heritage...

Getty Education Institute, Art Education History Archives Project, 1998-1999

The records consist of a Getty Education Institute sponsored program to video-record interviews with leading art educators of the 1980s and 1990s. The resulting 45 VHS cassette recordings and transcriptions, produced during 1998 and 1999, document the ideas and programs...

 
Getty Education Institute for the Arts, event and publication images

Records consist of black-and-white and color photographs, color slides, black-and-white and color negatives, forms, and letters, 1985-1997, created for and used by the Getty Education Institute (GEI), and housed in the Slide Library. The images depict conferences and seminars organized...

 
Getty Education Institute for the Arts publications

Collection contains copies of publications of the Getty Education Institute, formerly known as the Getty Center for Education in the Arts, dating from the 1980s to 2003. The materials include published books, booklets, and video recordings; general unpublished video recordings...

 
Getty Foundation, reports submitted by recipients of conservation grants

The records consist entirely of final and annual progress reports made up of correspondence, reports, surveys, architectural drawings, publications, specifications, print and slide photographic documentation, CD-ROMs, video, and floppy diskettes, dating 1985-2009, submitted to the Getty Foundation by recipients of...

 
Getty (J. Paul) and Ashby sisters papers

Records consist of personal correspondence and telegrams, clippings, a book, and photographs, 1926-1992 and undated, related to J. Paul Getty, Allene Ashby (Getty's second wife), and Belene Ashby. The records provide some information on the relationship between Getty and Allene,...

 
Getty (J. Paul) assorted building plans

Records consist of blueprints, architectural drawings, a photograph, and a manuscript, 1906, 1941-1967 and undated, that depict and describe buildings having some relationship to J. Paul Getty, the Getty family and Getty businesses.

 
Getty (J. Paul) collected photographs and postcards of Los Angeles and vicinity

This collection primarily comprises black-and-white photographs of early California (1857-1940s). J. Paul Getty collected these images; they reflect his interest in Los Angeles and the coastal region of Santa Monica and Malibu, where he spent much of his life. The...

 
Getty (J. Paul) collected photographs of San Francisco

Records consist of 36 black-and-white photographs of San Francisco, California, 1888, 1890, 1905-1906, collected by J. Paul Getty. The photographs document the city before and after the 1906 earthquake.

Getty (J. Paul) diaries

The collection comprises twenty-nine handwritten diaries (1938-1946, 1948-1976) of billionaire J. Paul Getty. The diaries focus on his travels, business dealings, art collecting, and interests, providing insights into his personality, priorities, politics, relationships, tastes, and values. They contain daily accounts...

 
Getty (J. Paul) family collected papers, circa 1880s-1989, undated

The collection comprises collected materials related to art collector and oil tycoon, J. Paul Getty and his parents, George F. Getty I and Sarah C. Getty. The collected papers on J. Paul Getty include some of his personal and business...

 
Getty (J Paul) Ranch House records

Records consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, legal documents, brochures, clippings, architectural drawings, and photographs, 1921, 1945-1960s, 1975-1976, 1980s, 1999-2007 and undated, that describe the history of, and planned and executed alterations and additions to, J. Paul Getty's Ranch House in...

 
Getty Research Institute, Lanzarotta (Steve) records

These records were created and maintained by Steve Lanzarotta during his employment with the Getty Research Institute (GRI) and its predecessors, the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities and the Getty Center for the History...

 
Getty Research Institute. Modern Art in Los Angeles and Pacific Standard Time recordings

Materials principally comprise audiovisual recordings of oral history interviews, public conversations, and lectures dating from 2003-2012, generated by the Getty Research Institute (GRI) through its Modern Art in Los Angeles and Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. initiatives. Materials also...

 
Getty Research Institute public event recordings

The materials consist of audio recordings, video recordings, digital images, and ephemera that document public events sponsored by the Getty Research Institute from 2002 to the present. The events include lectures, discussions, film and video screenings, and collaborative symposia with...

Getty Research Institute, Scholars Program images and recordings

The collection consists of audio recordings, video recordings, and photographs of the people and events related to the Scholars Program at the Getty Research Institute. The materials date 1985-2002, 2007 and include recordings and photographs of lectures, panel discussions, conferences,...

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Architectural Sculpture

A collection of modern photographs assembled by the Getty Research Institute of architectural sculpture, mostly detached from the original location, concentrating on works of the Greek and Roman periods, from the Greek Archaic through the late Roman Empire (6 century...

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Architecture

A collection of modern photographs of ancient sites and monuments assembled by the Getty Resarch Institute, concentrating on Greek and Roman architecture from the Greek Archaic through the late Roman Empire (6th century BC-6th century AD). Coverage is most complete...

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Coins

A collection of photographs of ancient coins, predominantly Greek and Roman, assembled by the Getty Research Institute.

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Inscriptions

A collection of photographs assembled by the Getty Research Institute of ancient inscriptions, predominently Greek and Roman, with Athenian inscriptions constituting the largest portion of the collection.

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Minot Arts Objects

A collection of modern photographs assembled by the Getty Research Institute of ancient works of the minor arts, chiefly from the Greek and Roman periods, Greek Archaic through the late Roman Empire (6th century BC-6th century AD). Object types include:...

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Mosaics

A collection of modern photographs assembled by the Getty Research Institute of ancient mosaics, both in situ and removed, concentrating on the Greek and Roman periods, Greek Archaic through the late Roman Empire (6th century BC-6th century AD).

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Mural Painting

A collection of modern photographs of ancient wall paintings, both in situ and detached, assembled by the Getty Research Institute. The collection's concentration is on works of the Greek, Etruscan, and Roman periods, 6th century BC-6th century AD.

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Portrait Sculpture

A collection of modern photographs of ancient portrait sculpture, concentrating on the Greek and Roman periods, assembled by the Getty Research Institute. The collection's focus is on famous ancient persons, including Greek philosophers and statesmen, Hellenistic rulers, Roman Republican statesmen,...

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Relief Sculpture

A collection of modern photographs assembled by the Getty Research Institute of ancient sculpture in relief, concentrating on the Greek and Roman periods, Greek Archaic through the late Roman Empire (6th century BC-6th century AD).

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Sarcophagi

A collection of modern photographs assembled by the Getty Research Institute of ancient sarcophagi with relief sculptural decoration, with concentration on examples from the Greek and Roman periods.

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Ancient Vases

A collection of modern photographs of Greek and Roman vases assembled by the Getty Research Institute. Photographs of Attic black- and red-figured vases attributed to particular vase-painters by J. D. Beazley comprise the largest component of the collection. Coverage of...

 
Getty Research Institute Study Photographs of Museum Displays of Ancient Art

A collection of photographs of Greek and Roman art in museum galleries and displays assembled by the Getty Research Institute. A number of museums are especially well documented, including: the J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, CA; the Museo archeologico nazionale...

 
Getty Research Institute Study Phototgraphs of Ancient Sculpture in the Round

A collection of modern photographs assembled by the Getty Research Institute of ancient sculpture in the round, concentrating on the Greek and Roman periods, Greek Archaic through the late Roman Empire (6th century BC-6th century AD).

 
Gettysburg Area Family photograph album, circa 1910s-1940s

180+ b/w snapshots, including some Klan parade photos.

 
Geyer (Georgie A.) Papers

Writings, notes, printed matter, and other research material, relating to President Fidel Castro of Cuba; Central America; and citizenship and immigration issues in the United States. Used in preparation of the books by G. A. Geyer, (Boston, 1991), and (New...

 
Geysers, Golden Gate Park, Hotel del Monte and Yosemite views [graphic] /

Photographs show Sentinel Rock and Sentinel Falls in Yosemite National Park (B969), a lake at the Hotel del Monte in Monterey (B151), the conservatory at Golden Gate Park, San Francisco (B1707), and geysers at Devil's Canyon (B928).

 
G.H. Guttridge papers, 1936-1966.

Contains correspondence, transcriptions and notes concerning v. 3 of the 10 v., "The correspondence of Edmund Burke, 1774-1778." (1961) Also includes documents concerning Guttridge's service on the Academic Advisory Committee for the U.C. Santa Cruz campus, 1963-1964.

 
Ghana. Central Bureau of Statistics questionnaires

Survey questionnaires of randomly selected households in Ghana, relating to incidence and value of household expenditures for various categories of food items, clothing, transportation, medical care, and other purposes, correlated by household income and rural or urban location. Includes information...

 
Ghana [Kumasi] photograph album, 1914-1915

48 black and white albumen prints, captions of English, most in and around Kumasi [spelled Coomassie in album], … Unidentified British army officer. Purchase, Maslan, $400

 
Ghanaian Subject Collection

Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, reports, communiqués, serial issues, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Ghana.

 
Ghika (Dimitrie, Principe) typescript

Relates to Romanian foreign relations. Photocopy.

 
Ghioldi (Americo) Papers

The Américo Ghioldi papers in the Hoover Institution Archives document the multifaceted career of a prominent Argentine politician, journalist, and educator. Joining the Partido Socialista at an early age, Ghioldi wrote prolifically for the socialist press, principally for the newspaper...

 
Ghiradelli (Domenico) Papers

Two handwritten copies of legal responses in a case before the 12th Circuit Court of San Francisco in the case "Domenico Granoni, Plantiff vs Domenico Ghiradelli, Defendant" over a claim for payment of $308. Also 2 ledger pages, handwritten. One...

 
Ghirardelli Chocolate Company records and memorabilia, 1903-1969.

Contains transcripts of proceedings of stockholders' meetings & correspondence pertaining to the sale of the company; personal letters; reprints; company prospectus; mechanical drawing of pumping unit; clippings and printed ephemera; artifacts (e.g. pins); advertising posters; promotional cards of motion picture...

Ghirardelli Co. Photograph Album of Chocolate Manufacturing Process, ca. 1919

The D. Ghirardelli Co. Photograph Album of Chocolate Manufacturing Process contains 56 photographic prints taken of the D. Ghirardelli Company chocolate factory in San Francisco circa 1919. The album features views of the factory grounds, machinery, packaging areas, stock rooms,...

 
Ghirardelli family genealogical miscellany, circa 1874-2002.

Consists of miscellaneous genealogical information on members of the Ghirardelli Family collected by Polly Ghirardelli Lawrence, and later by her son Sidney Smith Lawrence III. Information on most of the family members consists of the location and a photograph of...

 
Ghirardelli family portraits, [graphic]

Includes portraits and snapshots of members of the family of San Francisco chocolatiers. Many childhood photos, presumably of Ynez Ghirardelli, family, and friends, are present.

 
Ghirardelli Square Architectural Records

Includes architectural drawings, clippings, photographs, proposals, and other materials documenting the history and the development of the Ghirardelli Square commercial area in San Francisco. Volume 4 includes five photographs of the Ghirardelli pavilion at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition and one...

 
Ghirardelli Square construction photographs [graphic].

Includes some photographs of razing of box factory on site, some of completed commercial complex and opening night gala for Maxwell's Plum at Ghirardelli Square in San Francisco, Calif.

 
Ghosts - letter, 1848 February 22

One letter (ALS) from Amanda [?],Harriet, describing the appearance of a ghost. New York, 22 Feb. 1848. Alpha list.

 
Giambruno, James Photographs of El Dorado and Amador Counties, Calif. [graphic]

Views of: Hetch Hetchy Hospital; the Miners' Store, El Dorado; China Store ruins [?]; an unidentified scene with men, dogs, & women in a buggy; a dry goods store; and the first airplane in Amador County (1912).

 
Gianelli (William R.) Speeches

Reports on the activities of the Department and speeches relating to the construction and financing of the State Water Project and particular sub-projects, and to the growing political controversy surrounding state water policy....

 
Giantvalley (Scott) Papers

Photographs, correspondence, article typescripts, notes, booklists, course syllabus, and other material, 1976-1983, from Scott Giantvalley, writer and doctoral candidate in English at the University of Southern California during the 1970s. The bulk of the material pertains to Giantvalley's research for...

 
Giard (Robert) Photographs Collection

The collection contains portraits of 91 gay men and lesbians who are literary figures, community activists, and performing artists. Some portraits were chosen on the basis of the subjects' connection to the San Francisco Bay Area.

 
Gibbings (Robert) Collection

This collection contains correspondence, artwork, bound manuscripts, ephemera, photographs and other materials by Robert Gibbings and related to his work.

 
Gibbins (H.D.) Collection, ca. 1890-1910

Views of Southern California communities particularly the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Valleys, Catalina, and coastal cities.

 
Gibbon Family Papers

Special Collections M0348 consists of letters, household bills and accounts, and legal documents related to the Gibbon Family. The three autograph letters by Edward Gibbon are addressed to Mrs. Holroyd, the first Lady Sheffield, at Brighthelmstone. The first concerns his...

 
Gibbons (Cedric) and Hazel Brooks papers

The Cedric Gibbons and Hazel Brooks papers span the years 1918-1972 (bulk 1940-1960) and encompass approximately 15.3 linear feet. The collection consists of Cedric Gibbons's office files from the MGM Art Department, as well as clippings, personal files, correspondence, financial...

 
Gibbons family photograph album [graphic].

Chiefly snapshot photographs depicting scenes from family outings, recreation, and other activities; various residential interiors and exteriors; views of Berkeley and the University of California campus, San Francisco Bay, New Orleans, Yellowstone National Park, San Francisco and other locations; scenes...

 
Gibbons (Henry) Papers

Includes transcriptions of original correspondence; pamphlets. Gift of Dr. Morton Gibbons, January 13, 1931....

 
Gibbons (Stuart C.) Papers

Most of the material in this collection of Stuart Gibbons' papers relate to his fight for a new San Joaquin County Courthouse (1955-1964). These materials include: Supervisor's Minutes; Stockton Chamber of Commerce correspondence; architects' and other reports; clippings; and, ephemera....

 
Gibbons (Stuart) Collection

The Stuart Gibbons Collection consists of Gibbons' Sonora (Calif.) childhood papers and photographs , as well as later papers delineating Gibbons' involvement with business, politics and historic preservation in Stockton (Calif.)....

 
Gibbs (Donald C.) Collection.

Over 350 Chinese films, some subtitled, in a variety of formats; Chinese film posters and film journals.

 
Gibbs (Jewelle T.) research material on the police beating of Rodney King

Contains research materials related to the 1993-1994 study on "The Impact of the Police Beating of Rodney King on the Attitudes and Behaviors of African American Youth in South Central Los Angeles." The majority of the collection consists of recorded...

 
Giberga Angulo (Manuel Rafael) papers

The Manuel Rafael Giberga Angulo papers document the political and professional careers of a Cuban American prominent in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Appointed by Richard M. Nixon as vice president of the Agency for Equal Opportunity for Spanish...

 
Giblon (Robert P.) blueprint collection

The Robert P. Giblon blueprint collection HDC 149; SAFR 18485) is unrestricted and open for use. The collection contains five sheets of naval architectural and marine engineering plans.

 
Gibson, Al. "Bunker Bill's Bruins" football scrapbook.

Record Series 533 contains a scrapbook of photographs of UCLA football players.

 
Gibson (D. G.) Papers

Businessman and civic leader D. G. Gibson (1891-1973) was born on February 14, 1891 in Calvert, Texas. After attending Guadalupe College in Seguin, Texas, he joined the 92nd Infantry Division of the U.S. Army fighting in France during World War...

 
Gibson Family Papers

The Gibson Family Papers encompass materials relating to six family members: Audrey Gibson Robinson; Charles Nelson Gibson; Lucinda Ray Gibson; Lois Gibson; Maude E. Gibson; and Frederick D. Robinson. Papers consist of clippings, biographical information, a scrapbook, photographs and assorted...

 
Gibson (George W.) Collection

Personal correspondence to George Wheeler Gibson. Business correspondence to George Wheeler Gibson from D.O. Mills and Co. in connection with Mr. Gibson's interests in Sacramento....

 
Gibson (Herbert Daskum) papers

Orders, correspondence, certificates, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating mainly to American military operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II.

 
Gibson (Hugh S.) Papers

Diaries, writings, correspondence, reports, minutes of meetings, photographs, and printed matter, relating to American foreign relations, international disarmament, the League of Nations, and relief work in Europe during World Wars I and II. Diaries also available on microfilm. Food mission...

 
Gibson (Isaac) Letter

One letter (ALS) from Isaac Gibson to his friend Burnett, talking about the recent election of 'Honest Abe' as President, which he is not pleased about, and asking for advice on how to get to California. Olney, Illinois, 11 Nov....

 
Gibson (John C.) Papers

Correspondence....

 
Gibson (Robin) and Veiga (Luis) Living Theatre Collection

Robin Gibson and Luis Veiga were professional photographers and former members of the Living Theatre who left the company in 1975 to join a Pittsburgh group, Direct Action Theater. The Living Theatre was founded in New York City in 1947...

 
Gibson-Wilson family papers, 1820-1888.

Correspondence of William Hawkins Gibson (who came to California in 1852 and settled in Santa Cruz Co.) chiefly with his family and friends in Indiana; correspondence and papers of his brother, David, and his sister, Lois, who married William L....

 
Giddings (Douglas) Mission Bay Collection

The collection details the planning, development, and public use of Mission Bay Park.

 
Gide (Andre) Letters

Holograph letters in which gide responds to Hartley's apparent inquiry about Oscar Wilde's Ahab and Isabel, and declines to review Hartley's thesis....

 
Gidlow (Elsa) Papers

The content of this collection (13 linear feet) documents Elsa Gidlow's personal life, public activity and literary accomplishments from 1920 until her death in 1986. The Papers are divided into nine series: and ...

 
Gieniewski (Czeslaw) papers

Memoirs, letters, personal documents, and photographs, relating to deportation of Poles to the Soviet Union during World War II, Polish military operations on the Western front, especially at the Battle of Monte Cassino, and postwar Polish émigré life in the...

 
Giese (Arthur Charles) Papers

Professional papers include research notes, graphs and diagrams, class materials, reports, articles, class roll books, student lab manuals, scientific photographs, and some correspondence. Personal papers include photographs, correspondence, travel files, poetry, and flute music.

 
Giesecke (Erna E.) letters

Relates to economic and social conditions in southern Germany.

 
Giffen collection of California photographs [graphic]

Photographs of Salton before and after flooding (1906); views of the Monterey area including the presidio, custom house, and others; and Truckee scenes including a train in a roundhouse.

 
Giffen (Helen S.) Papers

This small collection includes Helen Giffen's notes & manuscripts on Georgiana Bruce Kirby.

 
Giffen Incorporated Records

The Giffen Incorporated collection measures 78.25 linear feet and dates from 1911 to1983. The collection is arranged in eleven series: Employees Enterprises, Giffen family-personal, Giffen Ginning Company, Giffen Incorporated, Gila River Ranch, History, Hunting and fishing permits, Mexico oil and...

 
Gifford (Barry) Papers

The Barry Gifford Papers comprise more than forty-eight boxes of archival material, the vast majority of which is related to the publication process of Gifford's many books and spans the period 1970 -present. The largest subseries is composed of manuscript...

 
Gifford's snapshot series [graphic] : Columbia River views.

Pictures captioned: Rooster Rock -- Latourelle Falls -- Pillars of Hercules -- Cigar Rock at Cape Horn -- Multnomah Falls -- Castle Rock -- Lower Cascades and Steamer -- The Locks -- Memaloose Island -- North Abutment to Bridge of...

 
Gift Books Collection

8 small gift books, mostly poetry, published between 1883 and 1912, and undated. Noteworthy is The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe, an 1883 E.F. Dutton edition designed with a fringe-edged cover.

Gigord (Pierre de) Collection of Photographs of the Ottoman Empire and the Republic of Turkey

Spanning roughly one hundred years, the collection of over 6,000 photographic images forms a visual record of the late years of the Ottoman Empire and the formation and early years of the Republic of Turkey. The collection focuses on cultural...

 
Gigoux, Joe. Photographs of the Berkeley fire of 1923 [graphic]

Views show the Berkeley fire of 1923, as well as efforts to combat the fire. Includes views of streets, cars, houses, ruins, smoke, people, fire engine, etc. Includes a view of the University of California campus.

 
Gila expedition papers, 1857, May-July.

Correspondence and sketch maps concerning an expedition against the Southern or Gila Apaches of New Mexico.

 
Gila River Relocation Center records, 1942-1945.

Consists of records from the Gila River Relocation Center, including pamphlets on the relocation program, anniversary booklets, and passes to leave camp.

 
Gilb (Corinne Lathrop) papers

The collection contains correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, studies, reports, teaching and research materials, and printed matter, relating to political science, interdisciplinary approaches to American and world history, the history of law, urban history, the history of automobile and high...

 
Gilbar (Steven) Collection

Research files, including correspondence, articles, clippings, and photographs pertaining to Steven Gilbar and Dean Stewart's (1994) and (1998).

 
Gilbert (Benjamin F.) Papers

Research materials focusing on local history by San Jose State University professor Dr. Benjamin F. Gilbert.

 
Gilbert (Benjamin F.) Research Papers

The Benjamin F. Gilbert Research Papers (1953-1979 [bulk 1957-1970]) consist of the manuscripts and research notes of Dr. Gilbert, author of and co-author of The papers also contain correspondence from SJSU interim President Hobert W. Burns and faculty members regarding...

 
Gilbert (Charles Henry) Papers

Notes, field notebooks, and journal clippings containing observations on various species, particularly salmon.

 
Gilbert D. Gray collection, 1862-1865

[Civil War officer, Missouri Infantry, 10th Regiment, Companies B and D]. 36 Civil War documents (ADS), mainly invoices, lists, and special orders, 1862-1865. Also, a list, apparently of Company B's whereabouts 1862-1863. [Map Cabinet 1/1 ].

 
Gilbert (Elon J.) typescript

Relates to profitability of the Hoover Farm in Kern County, California, owned by Herbert Hoover, and operated by the Poso Land and Products Company.

 
Gilbert (Henry F.) Collection

Sheet music and orchestral scores by Henry F. Gilbert.

 
Gilbert (Herschel) Collection of Motion Picture and Television Music

The collection consists of manuscript scores (holographs or copies) and open reel tapes of music composed by Herschel Gilbert for television series and motion pictures, and includes some related materials such as parts, cues, lyrics sheets, and sketches.

 
Gilbert (Horace N.) papers

The correspondence, manuscripts, published papers, course lecture notes and special wartime (World War II) and postwar working documents of Horace N. Gilbert (1901-1990) form the collection known as the Horace N. Gilbert Papers in the Archives of the California Institute...

 
Gilbert (John) collection

Painting, depicting two soldiers on guard on the Eastern front during World War II. Found in German army barracks in 1945.

 
Gilbert McKibbin letters to his sister Madeleine, 1861-1865.

Describes his experiences during the Civil War in campaigns in North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee. 5 letters, 1864, from another brother, John, a letterpress copy of a letter by General Robert B. Potter, May 10, 1864, and miscellaneous other...

 
Gilbert Newton Lewis papers, 1904-1946.

Includes lectures and manuscripts.

 
Gilbert (Peggy) Collection

Peggy Gilbert (1905-2007) was a saxophonist and band leader. From the 1930s through 1996 she led several all-girl orchestras and bands. An advocate for women musicians, she arranged for bookings and contracts. She was an active member in Local 47...

 
Gilbert S. Walker photograph album of California views [graphic].

Album includes chiefly amateur photographs of California views and the family, social and leisure activities of Gilbert S. Walker, many taken during his years as a student at the University of California, Berkeley. Subjects include Walker's family and residence in...

 
Gilbert V. Johnson poster collection [graphic].

Includes 20 posters and 24 smaller format prints, often duplicating the imagery of the posters.

 
Gilbert Woo editorials, [ca. 1947]-1980.

Chiefly undated newspaper clippings of Gilbert Woo's editorials which appeared in the Chinese Pacific Weekly, with some special columns dating from Aug. 1947 to Nov. 1980. Also includes some photographs of Woo with his associates.

 
Gilda Katz Magnus family papers and photographs, 1900-1950.

The collection consists of family documents, papers relating to the family's transportation to Auschwitz, death certificates, certificates of disparition, official documents relating to Gilda Katz's immigration to the United States, and family photographs from her pre-war life. The collection also...

 
Gildea (James H.) Middle East Railroad Collection

The collection contains documents and photos, mainly about James H. Gildea's involvement in the early 1950s, as engineer and manager in charge of the construction of the Saudi Government Railway, running through the Arabian desert from the Persian Gulf to...

 
Gildersleeve Berkeley social protest collection, 1966-1976

John S. Gildersleeve was associated with the California State Library from 1936-1947 and served as head of the Acquisitions Section during the later years. When he left in 1947 to accept an editorial position with the University of California Press,...

 
Gile (John) Collection on Project Angel Food

Comprised of organizational records including promotional material, reports, financial statements, and correspondence collected by John Gile pertaining to Project Angel Food and its mission as a provider of home-delivered meals to people with life-threatening illnesses (cancer, HIV/AIDS, etc.) within Los...

 
Giles (Herbert A.) Papers

Herbert Allen Giles (1845-1935) was professor of Chinese at Cambridge (1897-1932). His published books include (1898), (1911), and (1911). The collection consists of Giles' correspondence, articles by Giles from , 44 issues of (1925-30), a copy of , and a...

 
Gilfillan (Sennet W.) Correspondence with Stanford University

Gilfillan, Stanford Class of 1912, was an electronics manufacturer and developer of an airport radar landing system. He was a frequent contributor to Stanford's programs in electronics and electrical engineering....

 
Gilien (Ted) Photographs of postwar Japan and the Philippines

This collection contains approximately 500 photographs taken by combat artist and painter Ted Gilian ca. 1945-1946 documenting war destruction in Japan and the Philippines. He later used many of the photographs as source materials for his paintings.

 
Gilinsky (Victor) Papers

Reports, memoranda, transcripts of hearings and telephone conversations, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to nuclear power plants, mainly in the United States, including issues of domestic and international licensing, fuel cycle and waste management, emergency planning, safety problems, and the...

 
Gilks (Al) papers

Cameraman and cinematographer Al Gilks is credited with over sixty films. The collection consists of photographs, clippings, scripts, and printed trade publications related to Gilks?s career from the 1920s to the 1950s. Additionally there are mounted photographs related to his...

 
Gill (Cecil B.) collection

Deeds of sale and certificates, relating to the ownership of Likiep and other islands in the Marshall Islands group.

 
Gill (Charles C.) mimeograph

Relates to experiences of American veterans of the attack on Pearl Harbor, who were residing in Claremont, California, in 1951.

 
Gill (Dr. Charles) Papers

Dr. Charles Gill Papers, Pomona College class of 1924, contains articles on medicine, WWII in Hawaii, Hawaiian stamps, artifacts and wooden objects from Hawaii from the 1930s to 1941.

 
Gill (Eric) Archive

This collection of materials accumulated by the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library documents the personal and artistic development and activities of Eric Gill, a twentieth-century English stone-cutter, sculptor, artist, author, typographer/type designer, printer, book illustrator; and champion of social reforms....

 
Gill (Eric) Artwork Collection

Artwork and other visual material produced by or related to British artist, designer and sculptor Eric Gill. This collection contains a large amount of original art as well as reproductions, photographs and supporting documentation.

 
Gill (Irving John) papers

The Irving J. Gill papers comprise 21 linear feet and date from 1870 to 1936. The collection contains correspondence, daily diaries, photographs, clippings and printed ephemera regarding several of his San Diego projects....

 
Gill (Louis J.) papers

The Louis J. Gill papers span 14 linear feet and date from circa 1911 to circa 1955. The collection contains architectural drawings and reprographic copies of primarily San Diego structures designed by Louis Gill; as well as, newspaper and magazine...

 
Gill, Virginia Tracy Hunter. Photographs of Virgina Tracy Gill and the Nuremberg trials [graphic]

Photographs show military and political figures, parades, trial scenes, views of Nuremberg (Germany), Capt. Virginia Gill in uniform, sites related to Hitler's public speaking, exterior views of the Palace of Justice, and related scenes.

 
Gillespie (A. Arnold) photographs

The A. Arnold Gillespie photographs span the years 1936-1965 and encompass 4.5 linear feet. The collection consists entirely of 8x10 photographic frame enlargements of special effects created by Gillespie for 173 films produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Many titles include corresponding information...

 
Gillespie (Archibald H.) Papers

Archibald H. Gillespie (1812-1873) was a lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps detached as a special messenger (November 1845) and sent to California to deliver dispatches from President Polk to John C. Fremont concerning the possible annexation of California...

 
Gillespie (David K.) Papers

The David K. Gillespie Papers contain correspondence and other materials relating to his wholesale grain business in Kirkwood, Ohio in the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The Papers include incoming correspondence from business associates and fragmentary personal correspondence from...

 
Gillespie (Gerald) Papers

These papers document Gillespie's professional career, largely from his years at Stanford University. The papers include correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, articles, papers, course materials, syllabi, and other items. They are arranged in seven groupings: alpha files (1964-1991), Stanford departmental files...

 
Gillespie (John and Anna) Research Files for Notable Twentieth-Century Pianists

Research files on twentieth century pianists compiled by John and Anna Gillespie for the book "Notable twentieth-century pianists: a bio-critical sourcebook" (Greenwood press, 1995). Files include photocopied clippings of articles, books and concert reviews, programs, publicity materials, photographs, and correspondence.

 
Gillespie, Jr. (Parker James) Papers

The materials consist of computer manuals, program documentation, and computer discs....

 
Gillett (Clarence) Papers

Collection consists of correspondence, minutes, reports, essays, and publicity materials generated, received and distributed by the Congregational Committee for Christian Democracy for which Clarence Gillett served as executive secretary. Includes related materials from other groups working to assist relocated Japanese...

 
Gillett (James N.) Collection

Correspondence relating to family and social life, business, political matters and law practice. Legal and business papers, ephemera, unidentified and non-California photographs, diaries, scrapbook, poetry and miscellaneous personal papers....

 
Gillett (Paula) collection

Autobiographical essays by immigrant and refugee children in California public schools, relating to their lives in their native countries, their journeys to the United States, and their experiences in adjusting to life in the United States and to American schools....

 
Gillette (James N.) Aviation Collection, ca. 1930-1950s

Two scrapbooks including clippings, correspondence, and photographs on general aviation.

 
Gilley family. Photographs of Alaska from the Gillis family papers [graphic]

Includes views of Alaskan scenery, glaciers and Eskimo people.

 
Gilliam (Judge Earl Ben) Papers

The document five decades of Gilliam’s career as a judge in San Diego County. The collection includes news clippings, photos, correspondence, invitations, federal bench nominations, court cases, class notes, scrapbooks, award certificates, court dockets, and judicial questionnaires.  The majority of...

 
Gillingham (Mildred R. and James L. ) New Religious Movement Collection

The collection contains ephemera, printed materials and correspondence on Hindu, Buddhism, Theosophy, new age, religious science, UFOs, Society of Friends, new thought Christian writers and related materials. Within these materials are correspondence and writings from some well known 20th century...

 
Gillingham (Robert C.) Papers

Robert C. Gillingham was a historian who focused on the South Bay, specifically the Rancho San Pedro, the Dominguez family, and Compton. This collection consists of correspondence, drafts, and manuscript copies related to his work on The Rancho San...

 
Gillis Family collection.

Valentines, postcards, and souvenirs associated with the Gillis family along with a wide assortment of paintings, photos, property title books, and other items whose connection to the family is unknown.

 
Gillis family papers.

Correspondence, accounts and papers relating to law and the Democratic party in Siskiyou County, Calif. Included are papers of Hudson B. Gillis and his son Claude E. Gillis.

 
Gillis Family Papers

The Gillis Family Papers consists of documents relating to the lives of various members of the family in Ohio. The collection also includes David T. Gillis' diary of his voyage to California (1852) and his patent for a grain header...

 
Gillmore, Quincy Adams Letter : to Adjutant Gen. Hillhouse, 1862 September 5

Holograph letter written to Adj. Gen. Hillhouse, Albany, N.Y.

 
Gillray (James) Engraving

This collection comprises a single 1849 engraving by James Gillray, entitled "Modern grace, or the operatical finale to the ballet of Alonzo e caro," with contemporary coloring (London: Bohl) made with original plates from the 1796 printing.

 
Gilman (G. W.) memoranda

Relates to the organization and equipment of an international radio-telephone communications system in Japan.

 
Gilman (Thomas) Papers

Letters, bills of sale, poll tax, receipts, subpoena, leases....

 
Gilmer, Salisbury & Company records : Virginia City, Montana, 1881-1888.

Abstract of passenger way-bills, 1881-1888; daily record of freight and treasure way-bills to Dillon and Boulder and return, 1888, kept in a ledger of the Holladay Overland Mail and Express Company.

 
Gilmore, (Arthur E.) papers

Clippings, slides, and photographs of Sutter County flood damage in 1955.

 
Gilmore (Bernard) Papers

This collection consists of material related to the career of Dr. Bernard Gilmore, a French horn player, performer, composer, and Professor Emeritus of music at the University of California, Irvine. Materials include originals and drafts of over 45 musical compositions...

 
Gilmore (John) papers

John Gilmore (1935- ) was a instructor in creative writing at Antioch College/West and Glendora College (1974-76) and a author. The collection contains research materials for manuscripts and published copies of Gilmore's works, including , , , and the screenplay,...

 
Gimbel (Jake) Athletic Attitude Prize Records

Records consist of correspondence with winners (mostly outgoing letters), 1930-1960; correspondence between Jake Gimbel and university officials, 1930-42, and a copy of his will; other related correspondence; and list of winners, 1970.

 
Gimbel (John) papers

Writings, notes, correspondence, photocopies of government documents, bibliographical materials, and printed matter, relating to the American occupation of Germany after World War II, the Marshall Plan, and postwar German history, politics, science and technology.

Gimon Conference on French Political Economy

Audio CDs from the conference, along with the printed program.

 
Gimon (Gustave) Collection of French Political Economy : general ephemera

Includes broadsides, small pamphlets, etc. pertaining primarily to legal ordinances and insurance contracts....

 
Ginn (H. Lucas) letters received

Letters from pen pals in the Soviet Union, relating to social conditions and youth culture in the Soviet Union.

 
Ginsberg (Allen) Letter

One autograph letter signed (ALS), on the back of a picture postcard, from Allen Ginsberg to Cid Corman, mostly about poet W. S. Merwin, Naropa Institute, and fellow author Tom Clark, who had interviewed Ginsberg. Lake Louise [Canada], 7 May...

 
Ginsberg (Allen) Papers

Collection contains correspondence, manuscripts by Ginsberg and other Beat Generation authors, business records, notebooks and journals, clipping files, books, periodicals, audiotapes, videotapes, photographs, posters, and a CD-rom. Accessions received in 1998, 1999, 2001, and 2002 totaling some 140 linear feet...

 
Ginsberg (Allen) Photographs by and relating to Allen Ginsberg

Photographs of and by poet Allen Ginsberg and colleagues.

 
Ginsberg (Louis) Papers

This collection contains typed manuscripts and photostats of typed drafts and published works by Louis Ginsberg. Also contains several letters between Louis Ginsberg and his son Allen Ginsberg regarding a joint publishing project....

 
Ginsburg (John) Papers

This is a nine item collection of correspondence and writings of John Ginsburg. The IN correspondence is from the Communist Party and Peoples World. Ginsburg was critical of the positions taken by the American Communist Party during World War...

 
Ginsburg (Steve) Papers

The Steve Ginsburg papers document his activities as a founder of Chutzpah (later Achvah), the first gay Jewish group on the West Coast , and as Parade Co-Chairperson of the 1973 Gay Freedom Day Committee. The collection includes flyers, newsletters...

 
Ginzburg (Aleksandr Il'ich) papers

Materials relating to civil liberties and dissent in the Soviet Union and to Russian émigré affairs including correspondence, writings, printed matter, identification documents, photographs, sound and video recordings, printed matter, and memorabilia.

 
Ginzton (Edward) Papers

Papers regarding Ginzton's activities at Stanford University, with Varian Associates, and on national committees and local organizations. Includes correspondence, manuscripts, memoranda, journals, publications, technical reports, manufacturing reports, oral history materials, and photographs. Also includes correspondence, publications, biographical material and manuscripts...

 
Giorgi (Helen) Portrait Collection of Stockton Pioneers

Collection consists of cartes de visite and cabinet card portraits of early Stockton California residents with biographical notes by Helen Giorgi. Includes a family tree of Helen Giorgi.

 
Giorgoudes (Panikos)

The Cyprus Music network is a research project Ref. No 87/5th-2002, and is funded by the Research Promotion Foundation, Nicosia Cyprus. Recorded in Mandria, Pafos, Cyprus ; Archangelos, Nicosia, Cyprus. etc. See documentation CDs for further details.

 
Giovanna Ferro-Luzzi Ames papers, ca. 1970-2005

Includes laboratory notebooks documenting Ames' research on a variety of topics, including colloids, mutant cloning, purification, crosslinking, and the histidine permease transport system of the salmonella typhimurium. Also includes lecture notes, as well as grant materials relating to the Children's...

 
Girard (J. B.) Papers

The collection includes Girard's diaries, certificates, military appointments, travel orders, sketchbooks, photographs, passports and newspaper clippings. The sketchbooks contain sketches of western landscapes and European landscapes. The photographs in the collection are of J. B. Girard, his family, and family...

 
Girard-Farwig Collection

The Girard-Farwig Collection consists unpublished recordings of opera, vocal and orchestral music from the collection of Victor Girard and Stan Farwig.

 
Giraud (Henri Honore) report

Relates to causes of the French military defeat in 1940. Report to Philippe Pétain, chief of state of France.

 
Girls' Club records : San Francisco, Calif., 1924-1973.

Contains bulletins and performance programs produced by Girls' Club members in the 1920s and 1930s, clippings about former members and the Mission District neighborhood and a personal scrapbook belonging to a former Girls' Club member. Also includes printed materials related...

 
Girls' Club (San Francisco, Calif.) Photographs from the records of the Girls' Club of San Francisco [graphic]

Includes photos of club activities, dramatic productions, and views of the clubhouse on Capp street in San Francisco (including one block print by Pauline Shinazy, 1934). Also included are one 1915 Russian River flood photograph and one view of Alaska.

 
Girls' Club San Francisco interviews [sound recording] / 1972-1974.

Interviews are with Gwendolyn Powers Applegarth, A. Appleton, Crystal Lake Bermel, Pauline Harris Bogart, Marion Brune Hayes Cain, Ray Ann Iverson Demiris, Sylvia Simons Marcus, Celene Cheldon Olsen, Pendleton Williams Quast, Federica Armstrong Rohrer, Hazel Gowan Salmi, Herbert Schirmer, Dorothy...

 
Girs (Mikhail N.) Papers

Correspondence, studies, reports, telegrams, memoranda, statistics, charts, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to White Russian diplomatic, political, and military activities during the Russian Revolution, Russian émigré activities, and conditions in Russia during and after the Revolution.

 
Giscard d'Estaing (Valery) speeches and writings

Transcripts of speeches, election statements, and transcripts of press conferences and interviews, relating to the 1974 presidential election in France, and to subsequent French governmental domestic and foreign policy.

 
Githens (William H.) Civil War Correspondence

The collection contains two letters [ALS] from William H. Githens, Assistant Surgeon with the 78th Illinois, to his wife, including description of hospitals and burying the dead....

 
Gitin (David) Papers

David Gitin edited Bricoleur, corresponded with Oppen from 1968-1977. He published Oppen, sought his editorial eye when writing poetiy himself, welcomed his support when he wentjob-hunting. Oppen had sustained correspondence in this periodwith Michael Heller, Armand Schwerner, Levertov & Michael...

 
Gitlow (Benjamin) Papers

Writings, correspondence, minutes of meetings, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to communism and socialism in the United States and Europe.

 
Gittings (Barbara) and Kay Tobin Lahusen Collection

News clippings, journal articles, pamphlets, flyers, printed materials from activist organizations, a videocassette and a DVD, relating to pioneering lesbian activists Barbara Gittings and her partner of 46 years, Kay Tobin Lahusen. Active from the 1960s, Gittings marched in the...

 
Giurescu (Constantin C.) mimeograph

Volume II of the book by C. C. Giurescu, entitled Istoria Romanilor, originally published in 1937, and relating to the medieval period of Romanian history.

 
Gjerstad (Einar) Research Papers

The Einar Gjerstad research papers document the long and prolific scholarly career of this Swedish classical archaeologist. The archive includes research notes, photographs, drawings, typescripts and publication production materials for Gjerstad's extensive studies of the archaeology of Cyprus and early...

 
GLAAD trans and intersex media collection, 1984, 1992, 1999-2006, (bulk 2002-2006).

This collection of reference videocassettes and DVDs documents GLAAD's designation of positive and defamatory media potrayals of trans and intersex people. The collection consists predominantly of television entertainment programming such as the 2003 COURT TV coverage of the Michael Kantares...

 
Gladding, McBean & Company records

The Gladding, McBean & Company records span 2 linear feet and date from circa 1875 to circa 1970. The collection contains oversize black-and-white photographs of church buildings in Mexico. The collection also contains a disbound large format scrapbook filled with:...

 
Gladding, McBean and Company Account Book

Photocopy of contract book with brief entries on building, location, owner, architect, material, and amount; included are entries pertaining to buildings on the Stanford University campus....

 
Gladding, McBean and Company. Archives : job order documents, 1888-1966

The Lincoln plant of Gladding McBean Company kept track of their terra-cotta product orders from ca. 1888 to ca. 1966 by assigning a job order number to each new order, with subsequent orders for the same job using the assigned...

 
Gladkii-Gladchenko (Ivan Tikhonovich) papers

Writings and clippings, relating to Russian literature and émigré affairs. Includes memoirs and poems.

 
Gladnick (Robert) memoirs

Relates to activities of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain during the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1937.

Gladstein (Caroline Decker) Oral History

Contains a transcribed copy of Sue Cobble's 1976 interviews with Caroline Decker Gladstein documenting her experiences as a Communist Party activist and labor organizer in the 1920s and 1930s across the United States. Topics include: the 1931 Harlan County, Kentucky,...

 
Gladstein (Richard) Papers

The Richard Gladstein Collection (1930, 1940-1950, 1961-1962, 1968-1969) contains papers, notes correspondence, pamphlets, transcripts and records of some of the trials and hearings with which he was either directly or indirectly involved. No particular trial or hearing is covered from...

 
Gladun (Leon) - Janina Sulkowska Papers

Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, genealogical and biographical material, printed matter, and sound recordings, relating to Polish prisoners in the Soviet Union during World War II, and to postwar Polish émigré affairs. Includes papers of Janina Sulkowska, wife of Leon Gladun.

 
Gladys Reichard field notebooks on Wiyot Indians, 1922.

Contains 4 volumes of field notes by Gladys Reichard on the Wiyot Indian language. Also includes a Yurok Indian wordlist in the back of volume 3.

 
Glanc (Tomas) collection

Clandestine circulated writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political developments and the state of civil liberties in Czechoslovakia, the Soviet invasion of 1968, and the Charta 77 movement.

 
Glantz (Stanton A.) Papers

This collection contains materials gathered by professor Stanton A. Glantz in the course of his anti-tobacco work. It is comprised primarily of drafts and copies of tobacco-related articles written or co-written by Glantz and video tapes of Glantz's television appearances....

 
Glaser (Chris) Collection

Chris Glaser (1950 - ) is an activist for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) rights, especially within the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). As writer and speaker, his topics include the church, the Bible and homosexuality: the spiritual gifts of the...

 
Glaser (Ione P. and Loran W.) Collection

Ione Parker Glaser was born on January 21, 1921 in San Jose, California to James Dayley Parker and Hazel Hannah Francis Parker. Loren W. Glaser was born on May 7, 1919 in Elburz, Elko County, Nevada to Walter A....

 
Glaser (Kurt) collection

Bulletins, press releases, and correspondence, relating to Allied military governmental structure in Germany after World War II, governmental structure in Switzerland, the Common Market, Sudeten Germans, and the views of Senator William E. Jenner on American foreign policy.

 
Glaser (Michael) papers

Correspondence and writings, relating mainly to World War II Polish diplomacy, prospects for Jewish emigration from Poland and creation of a Jewish state before the war, and postwar displaced person problems.

 
Glasgow (Lukman) Papers

Lukman Glasgow (1935-1987) was the director of the Los Angeles County Cultural Arts Center (1976-77), executive director of the Contemporary Crafts Gallery in Portland, Oregon (1978-79), and director of the Downey Museum of Art (1979- ). Boxes 47-59 include files,...

 
Glasheen (Robert) Photograph Collection

Photographs of faculty, staff, students, buildings and events of the University of California, San Diego taken between 1964 and 1986. Also includes negatives from Glasheen's commercial studio in La Jolla. The collection is arranged in nine series: 1) PORTRAITS, 2)...

 
Glass (C. Frank) papers

Correspondence, writings, police reports, personal documents, printed matter, photographs, and postcards, relating to Trotskyism in South Africa, China and the United States. Includes many letters by Rayna Prohme, American revolutionary journalist in China and sister-in-law of Glass.

 
Glass Lantern Slides

231 glass lantern slides, a few color, with subjects including adobes, biblical reenactments and scenes, carriages and wagons, cattle, cowboys, horses, Martinique, Mt. Saint Helens and Ranier, Native Americans, ranches, St. Louis Exposition (1904?), Northwest scenes (Columbia River, Mt. Hood,...

 
Glass (Maude E.) Papers

Born Maude Emily Taylor in 1897, Maude Emily Glass began writing in her youth, inspired by advice given in letters from Julian Hawthorne, the son of Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote a television drama based on the life of her friend Ruth...

 
Glass plate negatives of Yosemite Valley views [graphic].

Waterfall (Vernal or Nevada Falls from high vantage point?), tree and lodge in Yosemite Valley (with opaque paper backing applied), Yosemite Valley, trees and river, El Capitan ("578" scratched at bottom).

 
Glassford (Pelham D.) Papers

Pelham Davis Glassford (1883-1959) commanded the 103rd Field Artillery in the American Expeditionary Force in France during World War I and retired from the army in July 1931. He was appointed police chief of Washington, D.C. In May 1932, a...

 
Glassford (William Alexander) mimeograph

Relates to tactics of the naval battle of Jutland, 1916.

 
Glazer (Benjamin F.) Papers

Benjamin Glazer (1887-1958) was born in Belfast, Ireland. He was an attorney, a journalist with the and wrote several plays and stage adoptions. In the 1930s, he worked for Paramount, chiefly as a producer. The collection consists of manuscripts, copies,...

 
Glazer (Michal) memoranda

Relates to the international conditions of Jews, especially in Poland, to prospects for creation of a Jewish state, and to the effects of British and American policy on those prospects.

 
Glazier family papers, 1852-1957.

The collection consists of Glazier family genealogy; family history materials, including materials on the history of J. Barth and Co.; family documents, including naturalization papers, Isaac and Simon Glaziers' birth certificates from 1829 and 1831, and Simon Glazier's Masonic certificate...

 
GLBT Historical Society oral history collection

This is a collection of over 500 oral histories that have been collected by the GLBT Historical Society. The oral histories focus on the LGBT community in the Bay Area and Northern California. This collection contains oral histories that were...

 
Gleason (J. Duncan) Papers

J. Duncan Gleason (1881-1959) was born in Los Angeles. He worked as an illustrator for the Union Engraving Company and later for New York magazines, including . He also painted impressionist style landscapes and worked as a studio artist for...

 
Gleason (Lydia Vineyard) Papers

The collection contains thirty-one letters written between 1899-1917. The majority of the letters are to Lydia Vineyard Gleason (1877-1966) from her husband Elmer Percy Gleason (1875-1935). The letters discuss their courtship, family news, as well as life in Northern California...

 
Gleason (Madeline) Papers

Madeline Gleason (1913- ) was a poet, playwright, and painter. She founded the San Francisco Poetry Guild, organized the first poetry festival in America (1947), and taught master workshop in poetry at the Poetry Center, San Francisco State College (1959-60)....

 
Gleason (Raymond) Correspondence Collection

The collection consists of 19 letters sent between Raymond Gleason, his mother (T.M. Gleason), future wife (Ida Gravenow) and friend (Z. Bojanie) while serving overseas in the US Navy during World War I. The correspondence begins in 1916 with the...

 
Gledhill Photo, 1918

One black and white Civil War era portrait, dated 1918. [Oversize boxed ].

 
Glee Club of the University of California Records

Includes advertising material, photographs, organizational and budget material from manager Clyde Edmonson, programs and flyers, material on the 1922 Oriental Tour, scrapbooks, and clippings.

 
Gleeson (Richard A.) Papers

The Gleeson Papers include correspondence and fund raising materials for the proposed plan to move Santa Clara College to Mountain View. Also includes correspondence regarding the 1909 fire on campus, and biographical information about Gleeson....

 
Glen Tilt 1871 photograph album

Two souvenir albums of photographs, dated 1871, of landscape and deer hunting in the countryside around Glen Tilt, near Blair Atholl, in Perthshire, Scotland.

 
Glendora Historical Society Collection of B.D. Jackson Photographs and Negatives

The Glendora Historical Society of B.D. Jackson Photographs and Negatives consists of 1202 black-and-white and color photographs (including postcards, stereographs, mounted photographs, and photograph albums) and 202 black-and-white and color negatives created by Southern California photographer B.D. Jackson (ca. 1850-1937)...

 
Glenn (Amy) San Francisco Pride Parade Photographs

Amy Glenn photographs of the 1979 San Francisco pride parade.

 
Glenn B. Ashcroft papers, 1851-1927.

Material relating to Leander Ransom. Correspondence with Mrs. Amelia E. Neville, Ransom's daughter, 1925-1927; reminiscences of her father; letter from Ransom, Nov. 15, 1852, written from San Francisco to his children in Europe, describing his travels in California, the missions...

 
[Glenn H. Berry Olympic photographs and gymnastics memorabilia from the Harold J. Frey Olympic collection.]

Approximately 640 photographs and related memorabilia documenting Glenn Berry's experience at the 1928 and 1932 Olympic Games. One photograph album documents Berry's train trip to New York, the U.S. Olympic trials, voyage to Amsterdam for the 1928 Olympics, and travels...

 
Glenn T. Seaborg and Luis W. Alvarez [graphic] /

Portraits of two Nobel laureate physicists from the University of California, Berkeley: Glenn T. Seaborg and Luis W. Alvarez. Sittings were trial sessions for an intended project for the National Portrait Gallery that was never undertaken, according to the photographer....

 
Glenn Wessels letters : to Nathan Oliveira : TLS, 1980-1982.

Correspondence addressed to a friend and fellow painter discusses his life as an artist, reminisces about notable artists, and offers views on art criticism and tips on instruction. Included also is a handwritten letter from Wessels' widow, Rita, informing Oliveira...

 
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,...

 
Glenpark, residence of S. A. Brimblecom, Boulder Creek, CA. [graphic]

One view shows two buildings, garden, and people posed near buildings, the other shows a man at the foot of a redwood tree.

 
Glenview Cemetery (Clements, Calif.) Records and Scrapbook

The Glenview Cemetery Records list each person buried there, together with the date of their burial, their place of origin, their age at death and the cause of their death. The information is recorded in ink on several hundred 3...

 
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.

 
Glickman (Harvey) papers

Notes, questionnaires, pamphlets, speeches, reports, press releases, statutes, directories, budgets, newspaper issues, and other printed matter, relating to the Tanganyika African National Union, and to political conditions in Tanzania.

 
Glickman (Richard B.) collection

The Richard B. Glickman collection spans the years 1961-1985 and encompasses approximately 13 linear feet. The collection consists of lighting equipment catalogs, manuals, and journals....

 
Glicksman (Hal) Papers

The papers document the life and career of Hal Glicksman, a curator and preparator who contributed to many key exhibitions in Southern California, and helped found several important Southern California art institutions. The collection provides information regarding Glicksman's relationships with...

 
A glimpse into the life of Carrie Rutledge, 1859-1897.

Contains correspondence from John C. Thompson, R.P. Bland, and Jotham Newton, among others. Letters are mostly love letters but also discuss the Shakers, the Civil War in Calif. and an opinion on Oregon. Also includes family histories of the Rutledge,...

 
Glink (Ermil, pseud.) Papers

Writings and correspondence, relating to political conditions in the Soviet Union and to anti-communist movements in the United States.

 
Global activist and elder statesmen of the Sierra Club : oral history transcript : Alaska, international conservation, national parks, and protected areas, 1980-1992 / 1996.

Wayburn discusses environmental issues in Alaska, particularly the Tongass National Forest, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and Alaska State government policy; his service on the National Parks Advisory Board; forests of the Pacific Northwest; the...

 
Global Airline Luggage Labels Special Collection

This collection contains luggage labels from a variety of global airlines. The majority of the labels date from before World War II.

 
Global Fund for Women Collection

This collection consists of reference and promotional materials from other organizations divided into eight record groups: Record Group I, Institutions; Record Group II, Periodicals; Record Group III, Monographs; Record Group IV, Conference and Agency Reports; Record Group V, Reference Materials;...

 
Global Fund for Women Records

Files from Anne Firth Murray's tenure as Founding President of the Global Fund for Women (1987-1996).

 
Global Haiku Festival (2000 : Millikin University) [Publications]

Items relating to the conference held in Decatur, Illinois, April 14-16, 2000.

 
Global Thinking Project collection

Reports and curricular materials, relating to American-Russian educational exchanges, and promotion of international education on environmental issues. Project directed by Jack Hassard and Julie Weissberg.

 
Globus Publishers records

Memoirs, studies, correspondence, printed matter, financial records, personal documents, and audiovisual material, relating to various aspects of Russian history, especially military history, the Russian Civil War, operations of the Russkaia osvoboditel'naia armiia during World War II, and Russian émigré affairs.

 
Glotzer (Albert) papers

Correspondence, writings, minutes, internal bulletins and other internal party documents, legal documents, and printed matter, relating to Leon Trotsky, the development of American Trotskyism from 1928 until the split in the Socialist Workers Party in 1940, the development of the...

 
Glover (Cleveland) Papers

The Cleveland Glover Papers include photographs, certificates, newspaper clippings, and a funeral program that document the life and activities of photographer Cleveland Glover. The bulk of the papers are photographs taken by Glover while serving in the U.S. Army in...

 
Glover (Frederic O.) Papers

These personal papers of Frederic O. Glover pertain mostly to his writing and his interest in Stanford history; there are very few papers relating to his official activities as presidential aide. Included are oral history transcripts, correspondence, stories and articles,...

 
Glover (Frederick O.) Papers

These papers were created by Glover while he worked in the President's Office under Stanford University Presidents J.E. Wallace Sterling, Kenneth Pitzer, and Richard W. Lyman. Included are incoming and outgoing correspondence, files pertaining to Ad Hoc Trustees Budget Committees,...

 
Glowny Komitet Pamieci Ofiar Stalinizmu w Polsce records

Memoirs, bulletins, and other printed matter, relating to political persecution in Poland during the period from 1939 to 1953. Consists primarily of memoirs submitted in response to a competition sponsored by the committee.

 
Glowny Urzad Kontroli Prasy, Publikacji i Wodowisk w Warszawie issuances

Regulations, instructions, and reports, relating to guidelines for media censorship in Poland. Includes English translation. Published in Polish as Czarna Księga Cenzury PRL (London, 1977-1978) and in translation as The Black Book of Polish Censorship (New York, 1984). Photocopy.

 
Gluchowski (Krzysztof) interviews

Video tapes and transcripts of interviews of Polish intellectuals, relating to intellectual life and cultural conditions in Poland. Portions of the interviews were broadcast on Polish television, and portions were published in Rozmowy na koniec wieku (Kraków, 1997-2001).

 
Gluck (Sherna B.) Papers

The Sherna Berger Gluck collection is divided into three series. LOS ANGELES WOMEN'S MOVEMENT, WOMEN'S MOVEMENT - GENERAL, and COMMITTEE FOR JUSTICE....

 
Glyphoscope Stereo View Collection, ca. 1899

Eight boxes of stereo views of France taken with the Glyphoscope stereo camera which is also in the Museum collection. The stereo views are sepia film positives. Also includes two prints from same accession.

 
G.M. Sayles accounts, 1899-1900.

Mainly for groceries and hardware for resident of Forest City, Sierra County, California.

 
Gniessen (Vladimir F.) typescript

Relates to Russian military activities during World War I, and White Russian military activities, especially in Turkestan, during the Russian Civil War.

 
Gnome Club Records

The Records of the Gnome Club (1897-2007), organized in six archival boxes, contains diverse material related to Caltech's oldest social club. Material includes historical information, constitution and by-laws, member lists, newsletters, photos and artifacts.

 
Gnudi (Martha Teach) Research and Publication Papers.

The collection consists of materials relevant to the publication of Dr. Gnudi's major volumes on Renaissance Italians: 1)"The Life and Times of Gaspare Tagliacozzi." New York: 1950; 2)"The Various and Ingenious Machines of Captain Agostino Ramelli." Baltimore: 1976; and to...

 
Gobind Behari Lal papers, circa 1945-1979.

Include manuscripts of his writings, notebooks, and reprints and clippings of his published articles.

 
Godard (Yves Jean A. N.) Papers

Correspondence, messages, reports, dossiers, maps, photographs, clippings, and speeches and writings, relating to military and resistance operations during World War II, military operations during the Indochinese War, and military, police, and terrorist activities during the Algerian independence struggle. Includes records...

 
Goddard (Clark M.) Photograph Collection of California Views

Family scenes including many photos of children, residences in Oakland, Calif. area, ships and shipping, logging, railroads, cyclists, picnics, Yosemite, San Francisco Bay area and other locales in California. Some non-California views taken on trips, including Hawaii in 1892. Many...

 
Goddard DuBois (Constance) Collection

Constance Goddard DuBois (1869-1934) was a historical novelist turned ethnographer. As a young woman she wrote historical fiction and became interested in the plight of the American Indian, especially the Mission Indians of Southern California. She became an activist for...

 
Goddard (George H.) Papers

Correspondence....

 
Goddard Jones (Kathleen) Correspondence, 1918-2002 (bulk 1926-1932)

Papers of environmental activist Kathleen Goddard Jones, including correspondence, photographs, a manuscript, and newspaper clippings, primarily relating to her years as a student and in her first marriage.

 
Goddard Jones (Kathleen) Papers, 1933-2001 (bulk 1964-1994)

Papers of environmental activist Kathleen Goddard Jones, including correspondence, clippings, research files, organization records, and 35mm slides, primarily relating to her efforts to protect the Guadalupe-Nipomo Dunes on the central coast of California, her participation in regional and national Sierra...

 
Godefroy family photograph album of the Mexican Revolution [graphic].

Chiefly snapshots of street scenes in Mexico City during the Mexican Revolution. Photographs primarily depict parades and other demonstrations, mostly taken from the second-story patio of the Godefroy residence. Also includes many commercial real photograph postcards of other subjects pertaining...

 
Godey's engravings, 1842-1858

Five engravings (three hand colored), mainly of women's dress, probably from Godey's Lady's Book. Provenance unknown. Alpha list.

 
Godfrey Drage Burma Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1903.

Album, which belonged to British Captain Godfrey Drage, contains 134 black and white photographs of Burma with handwritten captions in English, accompanied by additional loose photos and clippings. Images include numerous shots of local peoples; mountains, rivers and other scenic...

 
Godoi (Juan Silvano) papers

This collection contains manuscripts, correspondence, diaries, and other material regarding Juan Silvano Godoi, a Paraguayan politician, journalist, jurist, and historian who served as the Director General of the National Library, Museum, and Archive of Paraguay from 1902-1926. A crucial period...

 
Godson (Roy) typescript

Relates to the Communist parties of Western Europe. Photocopy.

 
Goebbels (Joseph) Papers

Diaries, miscellaneous correspondence, memoranda and expense accounts, and sound recording of a speech, relating to activities of the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei and of the German government during World War II, especially military and political affairs. Includes diaries from August 12,...

 
Goebel (Arthur C.) Papers

Letters, pamphlets, clippings, log books, maps and other printed materials.

 
Goebel (Arthur Cornelius) (1895-1973) Collection, mainly 1920s and 1930s

Photographs, negatives and film. Personal collection of aviator, racer, and stunt pilot. Goebel's claim to fame was his race victory in the Dole Derby, also known as the Dole Pineapple Derby, from California to Hawaii in 1927.

 
Goeckel (Robert F.) typescript

Relates to state policy toward religion in East Germany in the 1960s.

 
Goehring (Victor) processed volume

Relates to American military operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and especially to the invasion of Okinawa.

 
Goerdeler (Karl Friedrich) miscellaneous papers

Writings and reports, relating to political and economic conditions in Belgium, Canada, Great Britain, France, and the United States as observed on his trip of 1937-1938, to his participation in the July 20, 1944, assassination attempt on Adolf Hitler, and...

 
Goethe, C. M. (Charles Matthias) Collection of books authored by Franklin Hichborn, 1909-1922.

Books from library of C.M. Goethe (Sacramento, Calif.) with letters from Hichborn and copies of letters from Goethe tipped in, and annotations by Goethe.

 
Goethe (Charles M.) Papers

Contains newspaper articles, research papers, interviews, personal diaries, notes, and letters to various universities, colleges, and people throughout Charles M. Goethe's lifetime; correspondence files, arboretum architectural materials, and memorial funds at California State University, Sacramento (CSUS); publications about Goethe written...

 
Goff (Ivan) Collection of Television Scripts

Ivan Goff was an Oscar-nominated screenwriter who authored a number of successful movies from 1949-1960 with his writing partner, Ben Roberts. Goff and Roberts also wrote and produced several successful series for television in the 1960s and 1970s. The collection...

 
Goheen (John D.) Papers

The papers pertain largely to East Asian studies at Stanford and in Japan and Taiwan, as well as Goheen's teaching and scholarly works. They include correspondence, memoranda, minutes, proposals, reports, papers, class materials, American Philosophical Association files, and photograph albums....

 
Goings / Hauser Family Papers

Large number of photographs (2700+) and related documentation pertaining to the Native American Goings and Hauser families who mainly lived in South Dakota, and Washington. Most of the collection was assembled by Jeanette (Nettie) Goings [1905-?], a Sioux/Lakota, who married...

 
Gold discovery in California materials, 1848.

Letter from John Sutter to Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo ALS, Nuevo Helvetia, February 10, 1848; from BANC MSS C-B 12:332 and Californian clipping (March 15, 1848, p. 2, c. 3) concerning the discovery of gold at Coloma.

 
Gold (G. Leonard) collection

Photographs, pamphlets, and miscellany, relating to World War I and the American Expeditionary Forces in France.

 
Gold (Herbert) Papers

The Herbert Gold papers consist of writings (articles, essays, fiction, non-fiction, interviews, plays, poetry, screenplays, journals and notes), correspondence, legal files, news clippings and audio/visual materials which span the length of Gold's literary career.

 
Gold Hill Miners' Union records : Gold Hill, Nevada, 1876-1921.

Correspondence, minutes of meetings, financial reports, ledger and warrant books as an independent union and as Local no. 54, International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers.

 
Gold Mountain ballads collection, 1828-1924.

Contains texts of folk ballads, songs, and poetry, written by literary men in San Francisco's Chinatown, and relating to various aspects of life in the U.S., including exclusion and detention on Angel Island.

 
Gold Mountain Newspaper printing samples, 1959-1968.

Contains examples of announcements, invitations, business cards and rubber stamps for Chinese businesses and persons living in Northern Calif. Rubber stamp examples also include prices and font names.

 
Gold (paddle steamer) logbook

The Gold (paddle steamer) logbook records time and place on daily runs between Petaluma and San Francisco, California in 1924. This rough log is available for research use without restriction.

 
Gold Queen Mine records : regarding litigration against mine, 1906-1908.

Contains correspondence, legal documents, reports and charts.

 
Gold rush collection, 1840-1867.

A collection of fifteen items associated with Moses Thorpe. A journal which served as a ship's log was kept by Alden Powers during 1840 and 1841; Moses Thorp was listed as among the crew. Two voyages are recorded: in 1840...

 
Gold rush diary, 1849-1853

Holograph diary ([34] p.), unbound and incomplete; 7 leaves of typed excerpts; photocopies of the ship's passenger list and biographical material, including a brief biographical sketch written by Dudley's great-grandson, George McLean; photograph identified as the Dudley store in Jacksonville.

 
Gold rush journal : ms., 1852-1854.

Volume (168 p.) by Cunningham concerning his travels from New York to California and life in Chile from Sept. 12, 1852 to Aug. 3, 1854. He provides a detailed account of his voyage via Cape Horn, Sept. 13, 1852-Mar. 12,...

 
Gold rush letter, 1853 June 5.

Letter with envelope from Stevens in Sonora, Calif., sent to John Adams, Rockland, Maine, and addressed "Dear Cousen". Stevens reports on his current situation, having just concluded an unsuccessful mining venture at Poverty Hill. "I went astern 250 dollars while...

 
Gold rush letters, 1848-1850

Three letters from Jacob Thrailkill to his wife, Sarah, and children in Fort Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa: April 29, 1849 from "Near Council Bluffs, Iowa"; Sept. 16, 1849 from "Columa California"; and Feb. 14, 1850 from "Georgetown sixty miles...

 
Gold rush letters, 1849.

Four letters and a diary-type notebook. The first letter is dated March 4, 1849 and was written en route to California on the Brig Osceola. It is addressed to Brother A [Abrm for Abraham?; also a brother named Alexander] and...

 
Gold rush letters, 1850-1852

There are five letters in this collection accompanied by transcriptions. Four of the letters are from Thomas G. Watters to his wife, Climena Watters, and Melissa Watters in Wassonville, Iowa. The fifth letter is from G.S. Shaff to his brother,...

 
Gold rush letters, 1850-1853.

Twelve letters from Boylan in California to his wife Margaret in Jackson Creek, Illinois; one letter from Boylan to his son, James. The collection documents Boylan's stay in California during the gold rush period, 1850 to 1853. It is clear...

 
Gold rush letters, 1852.

Two letters: Nov. 2, 1852, San Juan del Sud, to "My Dear Sarah" from William; Dec. 12, 1852, Sacramento, to "My Dear Sarah" from William. With typed transcriptions.

 
Gold rush letters, 1852-1853.

Six letters from Edward Clyatt(?) Roberts in San Francisco to his father, Edward John Roberts in London, dated Aug. 14, 1852 - July 10, 1853, with an enclosure in the Aug. 14 letter from E.C.'s doctor, F. Montague. On the...

 
Gold rush letters, 1852-1856.

From February 26, 1852 through March 4, 1856, Henry A. Parker sent these 100 letters home to his family in Pepperell, Massachusetts. Most were addressed "My Dear Mother", although some are directed also to his brother and sister and the...

 
Gold rush letters, 1853

Two letters: Feb. 20, 1853, "In my Log Cabin", to "My Dear Sister" (Mrs. Amelia Bailey, New York City) from Charles C. Newton; Dec. 1, 1853, "Steep Hollow Creek, Up Cal", to "My dearest Sister" (Mrs. H.R. Worthington, Brooklyn, Long...

 
Gold rush letters, 1853-1861. Civil War letters, 1863-1864.

Gold rush letters: A collection of ten letters in two groups, three written in 1853 from the area around Murphys, and the remaining seven written from 1859 through 1861 from Grizzly Flat and Iowa Hill near Colfax. The letters are...

 
Gold rush letters, 1859.

Seven letters from Edwin Fitzgerald in California to his wife, Frank (Frances), in Thomaston, Maine. All written in 1859: May 7 (sent from New York en route), June 3 (San Francisco), June 12 (Contra Costa County), July 24 (San Pablo),...

 
Gold Rush letters and contract, 1848-1858.

8 letters and 1 contract from various sources during the Gold Rush era. All but one have at least a partial typed transcription.

 
Gold Rush letters and contract, 1848-1858.

8 letters and 1 contract from various sources during the Gold Rush era. All but one have at least a partial typed transcription.

 
Gold rush reminiscences : "An overland trip to the California gold fields".

Typescript copy of Mark D. Manlove's reminiscences "An overland trip to the California gold fields". Seventeen pages, some handwritten annotations. The manuscript is undated so it is not known when Manlove wrote his reminiscences but certainly some passages have the...

 
Gold (Seymour M.) Papers.

Environmental planning and management files; books, manuscripts, and research reports regarding open space preservation, recreation planning, and urban horticulture; public service files, including draft legislation; correspondence.

 
Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA. Administrative files of the President.

Record Series 40 contains the administrative files of the President of Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA dating from 1934-1997.

 
Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA. Board and general meeting minutes.

Record Series 690 contains the meeting minutes of Gold Shield meetings from 1936-1996.

 
Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA. Financial records.

Record Series 743 contains the financial records of Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA, including records of the Financial Committee, tax returns, and other materials relating to the financial dealings of Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA.

 
Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA. Scrapbooks and Historian's notebooks.

Record Series 39 contains scrapbooks and historian's notebooks created by Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA.

 
Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA. Subject files.

Record Series 43 contains files generated the Gold Shield Alumnae of UCLA.

 
Gold (Victor) Collection

The material is arranged as received from the donor. File folders retain the original headings, with the exception of loose materials received February 24, 2009. Nearly all items reflect Prof. Gold's personal involvement in the GTU. GTU 90-5-03, GTU Oral...

 
Goldberg (Albert) Collection of scrapbooks and clippings

This collection consists of scrapbooks and clippings of concert reviews, other printed articles, and materials relating to the Illinois WPA Music Project

 
Goldberg and Bowen family papers, 1879-1907.

Business cards of J. Goldberg and L. Lebenbaum; stationery of the Goldberg-Bowen store; photographs of Rena Goldberg and classmates at Pacific Heights School, in San Francisco (1907); a certificate from the Auburn and Rock Creek Gold Mining Company; a report...

 
Goldberg (B. Abbott) Papers

Papers include legislative histories of San Luis Act of 1959, Reclamation Act of 1902, Central Valley Project Act of 1933, and the Federal Power Act; also includes cumulated material on "unjust enrichment" in operation of State Water Project and on...

 
Goldberg (Benedict Stoll) papers

Photographs, postcards, and printed matter, relating to United States Marine Corps operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II.

 
Goldberg, Bowen & Co. invoice : Sutter Street Store : San Francisco, Calif., to Mt. Tamalpais Military Academy, San Rafael, Calif., 1897 Mar. 20.

Itemized invoice on pictorial lettersheet listing grocery items purchased and amounts due ($72.15 total). View of grocery building with firm name of "Goldberg - Bowen - Lebenbaum" at the top of it and people, horses, and carriages parked on street...

 
Goldberg, (Cantor Henri) Collection

The contents of the collection consists of correspondence, writings, poems, sermons, autobiographical information regarding his career as a cantor and materials from the JCC choir including scrapbook contents, copies of newspaper clippings, programs and photographs, copies of lectures and services,...

 
Goldberg (Donald) Collection of French Caricature

A collection, assembled by Donald Goldberg, comprised entirely of 19th century French lithographs designed by two artists known by their pseudonyms, Paul Gavarni and Grandville, and featuring political and social caricature.

 
Goldberg (Gerald J.) papers

Gerald Jay Goldberg (b.1929) was a professor of English at UCLA (1964-), and author of , which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize (1970), (1962), (1965), (1968), (1972), and (1982). The collection consists of manuscripts, page proofs, galley proofs, books,...

 
Goldberg (Harry) photographs

Photograph albums and slides, depicting delegates and scenes at international trade union conferences, especially in Asia; buildings and street scenes in Asia and Europe; and family and friends.

 
Goldberg (Jackie) papers

Jackie Goldberg is an openly lesbian politician, teacher and member of the Democratic Party. She is a former member of the California State Assembly. This collection represents the campaign of Jackie Goldberg for City Council in Los Angeles in 1993....

 
A. Goldberg land deed, 1860.

Collection consists of a handwritten 1860 Yolo County land deed for A. Goldberg.

 
Goldberg (Maurice) nitrate negatives

The Maurice Goldberg nitrate negatives span the mid-1930s and encompass 5.8 linear feet. The collection consists of original 8x10 nitrate negatives taken by Goldberg. Some 100 individuals, primarily Hollywood actors and directors, are represented, as well as around three dozen...

 
Goldberg (Rube) Papers

Correspondence; over 5000 original drawings for comic strips and for editorial cartoons covering national political campaigns, World War II, and postwar international and domestic affairs; clippings; scrapbooks; Mss. of articles, stories and songs; books written by him; photographs; records; film;...

 
Goldberger (Jack) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Jack Goldberger conducted by Adah Bakalinsky. Describes the Teamsters' split from the San Francisco Labor Council in the late 1950s, as well as his impressions of Teamsters leaders Dave Beck and Jimmy Hoffa and his...

Goldblatt (Louis) Oral History

Transcript and sound recording of Lucille Kendall's November 7, 1979 interview with San Francisco labor organizer Louis Goldblatt documenting his involvement in the labor movement of the 1930s and 1940s in San Francisco, California, and throughout the Pacific Coast, as...

 
Golde (Christine M.) Committee Records

These files were generated during her work for several Stanford committees when she was a graduate student, 1992-93, including the Provost’s Committee on Recruitment and Retention of Women Faculty. Other topics include budget matters, statistics on graduate students, and graduate...

 
Golden Gate and Oakland Bay Bridge views, San Francisco Bay Area, Calif. [graphic]

Various views of both bridges, including construction scenes.

Golden Gate Bridge - Construction Photographs, 1933-1934

The Golden Gate Bridge construction photographs were taken between 1933 and 1934. Some of the 2,054 photographs are stamped "Gabriel Moulin Photo." The other photographers are unknown. The collection is a thorough documentation of every phase of construction of the...

 
Golden Gate Bridge : photographs

Photographic documentation by Standard Oil Company of California of the building of The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco (Calif.)....

 
Golden Gate Bridge Collection

This collection contains materials from the Golden Gate Bridge Exhibit that was on display in the Martin Luther King Jr. Library from November 2012 to March 2013. The collection consists of various printed materials that include a photo essay, a...

 
[Golden Gate Bridge posters [graphic] /

1: Main span from the south tower (photographed 1979?, published 1987) -- 2: From Presidio Bluffs (photographed 1993, published 2003).

 
Golden Gate Business Association Records

The Golden Gate Business Association Records document the correspondence of Arthur Lazere (1979-1984), its president from 1979 to 1981. The correspondence, arranged chronologically, include both incoming and outgoing correspondence of Lazere with other GGBA board members; gay and lesbian business...

 
Golden Gate International Exposition, 1936-1946

Correspondence, legal papers, and miscellaneous corporation papers relating to the establishment, bankruptcy and dissolution of San Francisco Bay Exposition, sponsor of the Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco, 1939-1940.

 
Golden Gate International Exposition Collection

Correspondence, legal papers, and miscellaneous corporation papers relating to the establishment, bankruptcy and dissolution of San Francisco Bay Exposition, sponsor of the Golden Gate International Exposition, San Francisco, 1939-1940....

 
Golden Gate International Exposition ephemera collection : San Francisco, Calif., 1938-1940.

Contains materials concerning a wide variety of aspects of the Exposition from the planning stages through the event itself. Includes fliers, press releases, brochures, maps, lecture and exposition guidelines, site proposal documents, copies of legislation, tickets and souvenirs, drama and...

 
Golden Gate International Exposition photographs and other views [graphic]

Most photographs show snapshots from the Golden Gate International Exposition (grounds, people, sculpture, crews filming, etc.). One photograph shows the Grand Canyon and includes advertising text on verso. One postcard shows San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake and fire.

 
Golden Gate International Exposition Records

This collection consists of 2 folders and three volumes documenting the history and financial aspects of the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition. Folder 1 contains undated building and cost estimates, recommendations for estimates and drawings detailing cross sections of the...

 
Golden Gate International Exposition scrapbook [graphic].

Newsclippings, professional photographs, snapshots, postcards, and ephemera documenting the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island, San Francisco. Most items document the creation of the "world's largest relief map" of 11 western states, for which Leo Burton was chief...

 
Golden Gate Kindergarten Association Records

Collection includes minutes, reports, correspondence, financial records, articles, news clippings, notes, and photographs. Many of the notes and articles are by Rhoda Kellogg, Director of the Association from the early 1940s until her retirement in 1969.

Golden Gate National Recreation Area National Maritime Museum photographs and media

The Golden Gate National Recreation Area National Maritime Museum photographs and media, 1977-1988 (SAFR 22245, P91-069) consists of 3.2 linear feet of materials created by Golden Gate National Recreation Area National Maritime Museum staff during the course of their work...

 
Golden Gate Oil Company records, 1898-1900.

Letters, mainly from Marin County stores, and accounts with San Francisco firms.

 
Golden Hoof Club Records

The Golden Hoof Club was organized in April 1920 by students who were interested in livestock industries. This small collection contains the club's by-laws, correspondence, transcripts of two speeches, and newspaper clippings.

 
Golden (Renee Wayne) collection

The Renee Wayne Golden collection spans the years circa 1970s-1980s and encompasses 5 linear feet. The collection consists of legal contracts and agreements for producers, directors, actors, and composers and lyricists. There are contracts concerning diverse subjects, such as day...

 
Golden spike and ceremony at Promontory Point, Utah [graphic]

Photographs show ceremonial railroad spikes, and group portraits at the ceremony celebrating the completion of the transcontinental railroad.

 
Golden State (built 1913; schooner, 3m) records

The Golden State (built 1913; schooner, 3m) records (SAFR 16485, HDC 205) comprises one logbook, 16 messages, and five pages of radio logs. These documents record a 1936 voyage of the GOLDEN STATE on a fishing expedition from San Francisco...

 
Golden State Cowboys Collection

Constitution, bylaws, correspondence, flyers, insignia, notes, and meeting notes documenting activities such as rodeos, of the Golden State Cowboys, 1969-1976, a membership organization of gay men whose stated purpose was to "expose and maintain a fitting and proper representation of...

 
Golden State Mutual Life Ins. Co. Records

The Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company was founded in 1925 in Los Angeles by former Texas insurance agent William Nickerson Junior and two partners. The company specialized in selling insurance to a lower income market often ignored by major...

 
Golden Voices (Radio Program) Tapes

Tapes of Anthony Boucher's "Golden Voices" radio program devoted to early 20th century singers, aired on the Pacifica Network from 1964-1968.

 
Golden West Broadcasters Meeting Minutes and Business Records

Golden West Broadcasters was a corporation founded by Gene Autry in 1964 for the purpose of managing his business interests. Autry, famous for being a musician and actor, was also a savvy business man, buying radio and television stations in...

 
Golden West Consolidated Mining Company letter, 1902 July 31.

To prospective investors containing prospectus and stock application.

 
Golden Year Committee. Exhibition files.

Record Series 625 contains the exhibition files of the Golden Year Committee. Files regard notable buildings and institutions of the University of California, Los Angeles.

 
Goldener (Paul J.) United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, Local 645 Collection

Paul J. Goldener was president of the United Automobile, Aerospace and Agricultural Implement Workers of America, Local 645, Van Nuys, California from 1970-1978. The United Automobiles, Aerospace & Agricultural Implement Workers of America (UAW) was founded in 1936 by Walter...

 
Goldenson (Leonard H.) Collection

The Leonard H. Goldenson Collection documents the activities of the American Broadcasting System network in the United States and it's interests outside of the country. The collection includes memoranda, correspondence, reports, speeches, reports, policy statements, scant photographs and a small...

 
Golder (Frank A.) Papers

Correspondence, writings, diaries, memoranda, transcripts of documents from Russian archives, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian history in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the Russian American Company in Alaska, conditions in Russia during the Russian Revolution and Civil...

 
Golder (Frank A.) Papers

Summary: Correspondence, notes, documents and typescripts relating primarily to Russia's presence in North America....

 
Goldhammer (Keith) papers

Speeches and writings, reports, notes, letters, printed matter, and sound recordings, relating to education in the United States.

 
Goldin (Greg) Collection: Blacklisted Teachers in Los Angeles (Interviews)

Audio cassettes of interviews with people connected with the McCarthy Era Blacklisting of Los Angeles area teachers.

 
Golding (Brage) Collection

The collection consists of correspondence, clippings and news releases, speeches, awards, and assorted miscellany.  It has been divided into two series: San Diego State University Files, and Other University Files....

 
Goldman (Eric F.) Papers

Eric Frederick Goldman (1915-1989) was born in Washington, D.C. He was a professor of history at Princeton University, special consultant to President Johnson (1963-66) and wrote many books. The collection consists of a manuscript with holograph corrections, galley proofs, and...

 
Goldman Family Photographs

Photographs of the Goldman family from 1933-1965.

 
Goldman (Henry) papers

The Henry Goldman collection consists of various educational materials, all of which document his trajectory of scholarship as an early to mid-twentieth century academic. It includes samples of his academic writings, commencement memorabilia, and lecture and study notes that span...

 
Goldman (Jack) Medal Collection

Approximately 520 medals, from 121 countries.

 
Goldman (Priscilla Ruiz) Papers

Collection contains the papers of Priscilla Ruiz Goldman documenting the production of WOMEN'S TIMES, an occasional monthly serial from Ketchum, Idaho, started in 1994.

 
Goldman (Richard N. and Rhoda H.) papers

The Richard and Rhoda Goldman papers document the lives and contributions of two of the most important figures in twentieth-century philanthropy. The papers are divided into 7 series: Personal and Family Papers; Richard Goldman's Chronological File, Richard Goldman's Travel Files;...

 
Goldring (Alissa) Photographs

This collection consists of prints, negatives, slides and color transparencies of Mexico as well as printed materials. Also included are photographs of the 1969 UC Extension class "Project FIND" taught by Ansel Adams.

 
Goldscheider (Ludwig) Papers

Art historian, poet, and translator, and co-founder, director, designer, and editor of the Phaidon Press. Collection includes letters, drafts, and manuscript revisions of books, photographic materials, annotated books, and personal papers primarily documenting Goldscheider's writings on art and artists.

 
Goldschmidt (Richard B.) Papers

Letters written to him by colleagues and friends, some relating to his scientific work in Germany; copies of letters written by him; manuscripts of his writings; speeches and course lectures; notebooks; bibliography; publications about him, including eulogies and biographical material;...

 
Goldschmidt (Walter R.) Papers

Walter Rochs Goldschmidt (b.1913) was a professor in UCLA's department of Anthropology (1946-69), founder and member of the board of directors (1957-60), African Studies Association, president of the Southwestern Anthropological Society (1950-51), president of the American Ethnological Society (1969-70), and...

 
Goldsmith (Alan Gustavus) letters

Relates to the work of the Committee of Experts of the Reparations Commission in formulating the Dawes Plan.

 
Goldsmith (Jerry) music sketches

The Jerry Goldsmith music sketches span the years 1957-1996 and encompass 90 linear feet. The collection consists of Goldsmith's original handwritten music sketches for more than a hundred motion pictures. Also, a small amount of production material, including instrumental breakdown...

 
Goldstone (Duke) Scrapbooks

Duke Goldstone was a film and television director and producer for more than 60 years. The collection consists of eight scrapbooks documenting Goldstone's long career.

 
Goldstone (N.J. "Bud") Collection on Simon Rodia's Towers

N.J. "Bud" Goldstone was a professional engineer and member of the Committee for Simon Rodia's Towers in Watts, Inc. In 1959, he designed and executed an engineering test that proved the Towers' structural safety. The bulk of the collection consists...

 
Goldstone (Richard) papers

The Richard Goldstone papers span the years 1926-2002 and encompasses 6.8 linear feet. The collection consists of film and television scripts and production material; material relating to the MGM Shorts Department, including correspondence related to a book Goldstone was working...

 
Goldwater (Barry M.) Presidential campaign (Collection on the)

The Collection on the Barry M. Goldwater Presidential campaign consists primarily of pamphlets, clippings, newsletters, publications, correspondence, photographs, brochures and ephemera. Most of the materials pertain to the 1964 United States Presidential campaign and the Goldwater support effort. The collection...

 
Goldwin (Robert A.) papers

Letters, memoranda, and speeches, relating to national domestic and foreign policy during the administration of President Gerald R. Ford, and especially to relations between the academic community and the administration.

 
Goldworth (Amnon) Research Collection

The Amnon Goldworth Research Collection represents the research conducted by SJSU Philosophy Professor Amnon Goldworth to produce a single manuscript of the major philosophical works of British philosopher Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832). This collection consists of photocopies from Bentham’s papers, held...

 
Goleman (Fay) Papers

Goleman's Papers consist chiefly of correspondence, reports, minutes, proposals and printed materials pertaining to the activities of the various advisory committees of which she was a member, including: the Governor's Advisory Committee on Children and Youth (1951-1954); the Governor's Advisory...

 
Goleta Chamber of Commerce Collection

Papers, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, and photographs pertaining to the Goleta Chamber of Commerce.

 
Goleta depot prints, circa 1980s

One color and two black and white prints of the Southern Pacific Railroad depot in Goleta, California. Found in misc. mss. map drawer. Map cabinet 20/6. Alpha list.

 
 
Golitsyn family papers

The papers consist of memoirs, writings, correspondence, identification documents, and certificates, relating to conditions in Russia prior to, during and after the Russian Revolution, and to Russian émigré life in Harbin, China, France, and the United States. Includes material relating...

 
Golovan (Sergei A.) Papers

Correspondence, military orders, communiqués, and clippings, relating to the Russian Civil War, and White Russian military relations with Switzerland.

 
Golove (Degania) papers

Degania Golove is an activist and historian primarily focusing on lesbian history. This collection contains her collection of course syllabi for courses on Women's Studies, Lesbian Studies and Feminist Studies.

 
Golovin (Nikolai N.) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, and printed matter, relating to Russian military activities during World War I, the Russian Civil War, and the Sino-Japanese War.

 
Golovkova (L. A.) papers

Sound recordings of an interview, and printed matter, relating to mass executions in the Soviet Union in the 1930s, and to Russian public opinion regarding them in the post-Soviet era. Interview conducted by Tatiana Zhilkina.

 
Golson, B. Letters and documents concerning border relations between the United States and Mexico : El Paso, Texas : DS, 1916 May 2-11.

Letters and reports relating to meetings at El Paso, attended by Major Generals Frederick Funston and Hugh Lennox Scott, and the Mexican representatives. Álvaro Obregón, Minister of War and Marine, and J.N. Amador, Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs, and others, together...

 
Goltz (James) and Jean Wood Ethnographic Fieldwork Research on the Committee Against the Briggs Initiative, Los Angeles Chapter

Ethnographic fieldwork research materials of James Goltz and Jean Wood regarding their study of the Committee Against the Briggs Initiative (CABI), Los Angeles chapter, conducted in 1978-1979. The collectin includes 29 interviews with members of CABI as well as field...

 
Golub (Gene) Papers

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Golubev history

Relates to White Russian military activities in Mongolia during the Russian Civil War, and particularly to Baron Roman Ungern-Shternberg.

 
Golzé (Alfred R.) Photographs

Collection of photographs compiled by Most are publicity stills featuring Golzé with other DWR officials, including Directors and often shown inspecting features of the Includes views of Oroville Dam, San Luis Reservoir, and the Tehachapi Pumping Plant. Also includes publicity...

 
Gombos (Edith) Papers

Includes an unpublished rough and corrected draft manuscript by Jean-Paul Sartre (29 pp), messages from both Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, de Beauvoir letters (5), Henry Miller letters and cards (16), Graham Greene letters (28), and 11 taped interviews with...

Gomez de la Cortina Family Stereograph Collection, ca. 1870-1906

The Gomez de la Cortina collection consists of 32 stereographs collected by the Gomez de la Cortina family, apparently on a tour of the United States. The stereographs date from 1870-1906. The stereographs are photographic prints, except number 24, which...

 
Gomez Gorkin (Julian) typescript

Play, relating to conditions in tsarist Russia during the early twentieth century.

 
Gomez (Thomas) Papers

Personal and business papers including fan mail, contracts, options, lay-offs, notes, and congratulatory telegrams. Also includes a typescript novel, "Genocide and the 8th Commandment" by Walter James Raney....

 
Gomez-Correa (Enrique) Papers

Archive contains materials by and about poet, essayist and editor, Enrique Gómez-Correa, chiefly covering his activities during the 1940s, as well as his prominence in the South American surrealist movement. It contains correspondence, manuscripts, personal photographs, books, articles, clippings, artwork,...

 
Gomperz (Theodore and Heinrich) Collection

The collection consists mainly of correspondence of Theodore Gomperz and his son Heinrich Gomperz with friends and associates including Edward Bulwer-Lytton, Hendrich Jaques, Lily and Heinrich Braun, Hermann Diels, and Ernst Mach.

 
Gomulka (Wladyslaw) miscellaneous papers

Photocopy of memoirs; original letters and notes; police interrogation files; interview transcripts of associates of Gomułka; and photographs; relating to communism in Poland and political conditions in Poland.

 
Gonong (Maxine) Papers

Correspondence, documents, photographs, speech notes, newspaper columns, research notes and clippings, and other materials relating to Gonong's roles as a foreign service officer in the Philippine Consulate General of San Francisco, as a public speaker in that capacity along the...

 
Gontarz (Ryszard) collection

Photocopies of Polish government and communist party documents, minutes, bulletins, reports, circulated material, and printed matter, relating to political conditions and secret service activities in Poland during the communist era.

 
Gonzales (Nathan) Stockton Electric Railroad Collection

The Gonzales Stockton Electric Railroad Collection consists of photocopies of primary and secondary source materials relating to history of Stockton Electric Railroad (1904-1942) and a paper examining factors leading to demise of that Company by Nathan Gonzales(1997)....

 
Gonzales (Ronald R.) Administrative Papers

The Mayor Ron Gonzales Administrative Papers documents the political career of Ron Gonzales. Gonzales contributed to Santa Clara County politics, first serving two terms as the Mayor of Sunnyvale (1979-1987), and an eight-year term on the Santa Clara County Board...

 
Gonzalez family papers, 1824-1894.

Correspondence, discharge papers, leases, and accounts concerning the activities and interests of the Gonzalez family in California.

 
Gonzalez (Gilbert G.) Interviews

This collection contains sixty-three audio tapes of interviews by Gilbert G. Gonzalez with individuals associated with the citrus industry in Orange County in the first half of the twentieth century. These interviews were conducted for Gonzalez's monograph, , 1900-1950 (Urbana:...

 
Gonzalez (Manuel P.) Papers

Manuel Pedro González was a Professor of Spanish American Language and Literature at UCLA (1924 to 1958), the founder and first president of the International Institute of Professors of Ibero-American Literature (1938-1940), and established the Fundación José Martí in Havana...

 
Gonzalez (Matt) San Francisco city supervisors' 2000 election files

Pre-election, election, and post-election materials relating to Matt Gonzalez's run for City and County of San Francisco Supervisor in 2000, including publicity, correspondence, subject files, and newspapers coverage.

 
Gonzalez (Pedro J. ) Papers

A telegraph operator for Pancho Villa during the Mexican Revolution; a radio personality and popular recording artist in Los Angeles; an immigration activist framed for political purposes and sent to San Quentin prison; and finally, a man fighting for the...

 
Gonzalez (Rigoberto) Papers

Born in Bakersfield, California on July 18, 1970, and raised in Michoacán, Mexico, he is the son and grandson of migrant farmworkers, both parents now deceased. His extended family migrated back to California in 1980 and returned to Mexico in...

 
Gonzalez (Servando) writings

Relates to the 1962 Cuban missile crisis, and to Cuban-Soviet relations during the period 1959-1962. Photocopy.

 
Gooch (Alice G.) Photographs

This collection contains 131 photographs taken and developed by Alice Gulick Gooch between 1899-1932. These photographs document various Southern California locations in the counties of Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego; however, the bulk of the...

 
Good (Albert Irwin) papers

Memoir, entitled , relating to missionary activity in the 1920s, and printed matter, relating to missionary activity in Africa, 1890-1908.

 
Good (James W.) speeches

Relates to the history and activities of the War Department, American waterways, the Republican Party, and Anthony Wayne, American Revolutionary leader.

 
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...

 
Goodfellow (Millard P.) papers

Correspondence, reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Office of Strategic Services operations in North Africa and the Far East during World War II, and to postwar reconstruction in Korea.

 
Goodhue (Bertram Grosvenor) drawings

The Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue drawings span 3 linear feet and date circa 1917. The drawings document the Santa Barbara Country Club (Montecito, California) and the Henry Dater house (Montecito, California)....

 
Goodier (Brian G.) India and Burma Collection

The collection was assembled by a Maj. B. G. Goodier, B. Sc (Tech), Royal Engineers and includes correspondence and photographs relating to his World War II and post war experiences in South Africa, India, and Burma, particularly relating to road...

 
Goodier (J. N.) Papers

Notes on research problems, notes on thesis subjects for students, lecture notes, research papers, and other miscellaneous items; subjects include flexible cantilevers, tensile stresses, thermal stress, and plate stability.

 
Goodman (Allan E.) Papers

Writings, reports, correspondence, clippings, notes, interviews, and printed matter, relating to the Vietnamese War, the Paris peace talks of 1968-1973, elections in South Vietnam from 1967 to 1971, the South Vietnamese legislature, migration to Saigon, urbanization and political and demographic...

 
Goodman and Levy family papers and scrapbooks

The papers and scrapbooks of the Goodman and Levy families of El Paso, Texas, Nashville, Tennessee, and the San Francisco Bay Area.

 
Goodman family papers, 1838-1906.

Include deeds for land in Texas, 1838-1849, for mining property in the Esmeralda district, Nevada, 1861-1864, and for land in California, 1864-1866; and letter, Mar. 27, 1906, from J. H. McNatt concerning mining stocks belonging to the Goodman family.

 
Goodman (Hal) papers

Hal Goodman's comedy writing career started in the 1940s writing for radio. He later went on to enjoy a productive career in television working with entertainers such as Johnny Carson, Flip Wilson, and Carol Burnett, to name a few. The...

 
Goodman, James H. Letters patent to property in Fresno Co., Calif., 1869, Aug. 10.

Printed forms filled in with signature of U.S. President Ulysses S. Grant.

 
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 (John B.) papers

The John B. Goodman papers span the years circa 1932-1953 and encompass 4.8 linear feet. The collection contains set budgets for more than forty films released between 1932 and 1953, mostly by Paramount and some by Universal. There are also...

 
Goodman (John B.) papers

The John B. Goodman papers (SAFR 18786, HDC 133) consists of four files of notes, correspondence and drawings created by John Goodman while working as the art director for Paramount Pictures and Universal film studios on the set of the...

 
Goodman (John Bartlett) (1910-1991) Collection

Booklets, clippings, drawings, many pertaining to architecture, likely collected during his career. Also two brochures on the Pullman Co. 1892-1953, undated. Booklets, clippings, drawings, many pertaining to architecture, likely collected during his career. Also two brochures on the Pullman Co....

 
Goodman (John Bartlett, III) (1901- ) Collection, mid-20th cent.

Photographs, negatives. Many of the photos are location shots for various films including "Wells Fargo" (1937), "The Howards of Virginia" (1940), Alfred Hitchcock's "Shadow of a Doubt" (1942), and European locales as late as the 1950s.

 
Goodman (Joseph R.) Papers on Japanese American Internment

Personal correspondence, organizational records, government documents, publications, and other papers created or collected by Joseph R. Goodman documenting the relocation and internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, as well as organized resistance to the internment. Included in the...

 
Goodman (Michael) Collection, 1920-1970 1889-1938

The collection, which encompasses the years 1920-1970, consists of records, drawings, and photographs relating to Michael Goodman's architectural and teaching careers. The collection is organized into five series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Faculty Papers, Office Records, and Project Records. It...

 
Goodman (Minerva) Papers

The Minerva Goodman Collection consists principally of correspondence, minutes and flyers relating to various California and Stockton woman suffrage organizations (1904-1911)....

 
Goodman, Paul Papers, 1965-1994.

Office files and correspondence.

 
Goodner (Maurice M.) papers

Notes, précis, and manuals, mostly issued by the Allied Control Commission School (Air), relating to German history, politics, and military and aerial organization, and to the prospective Allied occupation of Germany.

 
Goodrich (Pierre F.) papers

Correspondence, agenda, conference materials, memoranda, speeches, printed matter, and photographs related to activities of the Mont Pelerin Society, the nature of liberty, and laissez-faire economic theory.

 
Goodrich-Blanding Family Photographs

Portraits of family and friends filed in Portrait boxes. Additional miscellaneous file includes portraits of Goodrich-Blanding, Hesketh and Pacheco families, many taken abroad. 1 album of family snapshots, consisting primarily of family and friends at home at Belvedere (in Marin),...

 
Goodspeed (Edgar J.) Papers

Edgar J. Goodspeed (1871-1962) taught at the University of Chicago in 1894 and wrote more than fifty books. The collection consists of an original typescript, layouts, galley proofs, page proofs, and published copy of Edgar J. Goodspeed's book titled, (1950).

 
Goodspeed (Thomas H.) Papers

Primarily copies of letters written by Goodspeed and his associate, Helen-Mar Wheeler, to various botanists, museums, botanical gardens, government agencies; and replies, exchanging information on tobacco, plant specimens, and viable seed. Some comment on response of tobacco to X-rays. Appended...

 
Goodstein (David B.) 48th Birthday Celebration Photographs and Papers

The collection consists of photographs and correspondence documenting an event held in honor of David B. Goodstein, one day after his 48th birthday, June 7, 1980.

 
Goodwin (Hugh H.) miscellaneous papers

Citations, letters of commendation, published writings, and printed matter, relating to naval aviation and the career of H. H. Goodwin.

 
Goodwin (Jack) Papers

This collection contains music manuscripts, music sketchbooks, miscellaneous music sketches, correspondence, and tapes. The collection was donated by Diana Guglielmi, niece and sole heir of Jack Goodwin. The original collection contains numerous photocopies of his music. Only the original manuscripts...

 
Goodwin (John D.) Collection

Correspondence, business papers, legal papers, mining papers, miscellany....

 
Goodwin, John Daniel Letters and telegrams addressed to John Daniel Goodwin, 1871-1885.

Includes telegram from N. Greene Curtis and letter from George C. Perkins.

 
Goodwin (John E.) Papers

John Edward Goodwin (1876-1948) was head of stacks and loans at Stanford University Library and a librarian at the University of Texas before becoming a librarian at the University of California Southern Branch (later UCLA) in 1923. The collection consists...

 
Goodwin Knight: aides, advisers, and appointees : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1981.

Interviewees, and titles of interviews, as follow: Dorothy Hewes Bell: Reminiscences of Goodwin Knight. From high school acquaintance who helped in his political campaigns. Harry Finks: California Labor and Goodwin Knight, the 1950s. John Lamar Hill First Minority Member of...

 
Goodwin (Mary P.) Antarctica Collection

Mary Pearson Goodwin (1920- ) was born in Newport, Rhode Island. She was a prolific and award-winning medical illustrator and a member of the first public expedition to Antarctica in mid-1960s. The collection contains books, journals, notebooks, photographs, clippings, drawings,...

 
Goodwin (Michael) Collection

Journals, artwork, videocassettes, audiocassettes, correspondence, photographs, photo albums, legal documents, financial documents, posters, theater programs, and other material by and of artist and writer Michael Goodwin (1937-2006), with materials dating from 1919 to 2006. The core of the collection consists...

 
Goodwin (Willard) collection of William Osler correspondence

The collection is built around two sets of letters: 1. Twenty original letters from William Osler, M.D. to Howard Atwood Kelly, M.D., dated 1897-1917, plus the notes and materials Dr. Goodwin used to write an article for the "Bulletin of...

 
Goodwin (Willard E.) papers

Willard Elmer Goodwin, M.D. (1915-1998) was the founding chair of the Division of Urology in the Department of Surgery at the UCLA School of Medicine, best known for his innovative techniques in urology and his work in organ and graft...

 
Goodyear (Anson C.) Papers

Correspondence, diary, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, maps, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to coal production and distribution in Silesia, Bohemia, Galicia, and Serbia, political and economic conditions in Poland, and the partition of Silesia.

 
Goodyear (Charles H.) World War II Scrapbooks

Although Goodyear's eleven scrapbooks bear inclusive dates, few of the individual clippings are dated. Evident are clippings from the Stockton Daily Evening Record, Stockton Record, San Francisco Call Bulletin, and the San Francisco Examiner. Clippings report on military actions in...

 
Goodyear family correspondence, 1830-1881.

Six letters, 1857-1881, from Andrew Goodyear and his wife to his sister and niece in Connecticut; letter, 1853, from William Miles Goodyear (son of Miles M. Goodyear) with a letter from Charles M. Blake describing the boy's progress at the...

 
Goodyear-Zeppelin airship dock collection, 1920-1959.

The Goodyear-Zeppelin Corporation was formed in 1923 as a partnership between the Goodyear Corporation and the Zeppelin Company to build rigid-frame airships in the United States. The company built an enormous hangar in Wingfoot Lake, near Akron Ohio, for this...

 
Goodyear-Zeppelin airship dock collection, 1920-1959.

The Goodyear-Zeppelin Corporation was formed in 1923 as a partnership between the Goodyear Corporation and the Zeppelin Company to build rigid-frame airships in the United States. The company built an enormous hangar in Wingfoot Lake, near Akron Ohio, for this...

 
Gopshtein (E. E.) Papers

Diaries, and historical, biographical and bibliographical writings, relating to the history of the Crimea, especially during the period from the Russian Revolution to the 1950s; the history of publishing in the Crimea during this period; notable persons of the Crimea,...

 
Gorbacheff (Theodore) Collection

Collection includes musical compositions, programs, notebooks, and other memorabilia....

 
Gorbachev at Stanford scrapbook

Scrapbook documenting visit of Mikhail Gorbachev at Stanford on June 4, 1990.

 
Gorbachev (Mikhail Sergeevich) typescript

Transcript of conversations with the Czech political leader Zdenek Mlynár, relating to political reform in the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia. Published in Czech as Reformátori Nebývají Stastni (Prague, 1995). Photocopy.

 
Gorbachev Visit [videorecording]

Tape of Mikhail Gorbachev's visit to Stanford University on June 4, 1990. VHS dub of unedited line cut....

 
Gorchakov (G. N.) writings

Memoirs, essay, and letters, relating to conditions in prison camps in the Soviet Union. Photocopy.

 
Gorczynski, Władysław Papers, 1926-1941, bulk, 1939-1941

The accession includes notes, correspondence, manuscripts of scientific papers and other material generated by Władysław Gorczynski, a Polish climatologist who worked with George Francis McEwen at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography from 1940-1941

 
Gordeeff (Woldemar) typescript

Relates to conditions in Germany during World War II.

 
Gordon Bottomley correspondence, 1923-1947, n.d.

Six letters (ALS) and one note (ANS) to various individuals, 1923-1947, n.d. Includes response to would-be author on novel writing and critiquing unfinished work. Also, one signed manuscript poem " Sea Piece." Alpha list.

 
Gordon Charles Davidson notes on the North West Company, 1914-1916.

Notes made in preparation for writing his doctoral thesis (Berkeley, 1916) and published as The North West Company (Berkeley, 1918).

 
Gordon (Charles George) letters

Extracts from letters, relating to British administration of Equatoria.

 
Gordon Craig's service to the theatre: annotated by Gordon Craig, with related correspondence and papers, 1913-1949.

The Bancroft Library holds related collections of Sheldon Cheney papers. See also: BANC MSS 78/25, 78/37, 81/42, 83/13, 89/164, and 89/165.

 
Gordon Cumming (C. F.) Letters

Two holograph letters in which Gordon Cumming relates her experiences in the South Pacific. In the 1876 letter written in Fiji, she describes her stay in Fiji, the comings and goings of various British officials, Sir Arthur Gordon's attempts...

 
Gordon (Dudley) Collection

Dudley Gordon was president of the Charles F. Lummis Memorial Association and many of his publications were written about Lummis and the Southwest Museum of the American Indian. This collection contains published articles and manuscripts written by Dudley Gordon during...

 
Gordon E. Nelson research materials on George Hebard Maxwell, 1891-1991.

Contains research materials used to write "The lobbyist : the story of George H. Maxwell, irrigation crusader," a biography of California attorney and water rights advocate, George Hebard Maxwell. Consists mostly of photocopies of Maxwell's correspondence, published articles, and other...

 
Gordon (Eric A.) Mark the Music: The Life and Work of Marc Blitzstein Collection

Correspondence, playbills, programs, clippings, photographs, notes, grant proposals and other research material collected for the book, (St. Martin's Press, 1989), by Eric A. Gordon. An American composer and gay man, Marc Blitzstein is perhaps most well-known for his 1937 musical,...

 
Gordon Frazer Matthews papers, [ca. 1959]

Shipbuilding history of the Matthews family, including biographical sketches of Gordon Matthews's father, Peter Matthews, and his brother-in-law, George H. Hitchings, as well as his own life and experiences in wooden ship construction, mainly at Eureka, Calif., and Hoquiam, Wash.

 
Gordon (George) Letters

Correspondence....

 
Gordon (John C.) Photographic Collection

The John C. Gordon Photographic Collection documents the history of San José and the Santa Clara Valley from 1910 to 1963. The collection consists of 6,000 photographic prints and 187 panorama prints. The photographic prints are organized by subject, covering...

 
Gordon (John C.) Photographic Negative Collection

The John C. Gordon Photographic Negatives Collection documents the history of San José and Santa Clara Valley from 1905-1950 (bulk 1920-1945). The collection consists of approximately 15,000 glass plate, acetate and nitrate negatives. The negatives are arranged by index number,...

 
Gordon (Laura) Papers

Correspondence relating to her career as newspaper woman and lawyer in California and to her work on behalf of woman suffrage movement at the state and national levels; clippings; ephemeral material re politics and the suffrage movement; miscellaneous papers.

 
Gordon Robinson Sierra Club papers, 1952-1980.

Papers relating to Gordon Robinson's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Gordon (William "Billy") papers

The William "Billy" Gordon papers span the years 1947-1970 and encompass 5.2 linear feet. The collection consists of casting records, including casting suggestions, salary and/or billing summaries, cast lists, cast production budgets, memos regarding casting, and contract information. Other material...

 
Gordon (William) Television Scripts

William Gordon Collection directed, produced, or wrote on numerous television shows. The collection consists of bound volumes of scripts related to his career.

 
Goree Mexican Travel Ephemera

This collection consists of approximately one hundred pieces of Mexican travel ephemera dating principally from the 1950s and 1960s. Included are tourist and museum brochures and guidebooks, railway, city, and road maps, and unsorted magazines and newspapers. A 1962 edition...

 
Gorelik (Mordecai)play scripts.

This collection consists of typescripts of plays written or annotated by stage designer Mordecai Gorelik. Included are typescripts of , and , Southern Illinois University's production of Shakespeare's . The collection also includes photocopies of three news articles and one...

 
Gores (Walter W.) Papers

Walter W.J. Gores (1894- ) was a graphic artist and author of (1940). The collection consists of ephemera and artwork relating to Gores' career as a graphic artist.

 
Goring (Hermann) interrogation transcript

Also includes reports, correspondence, photographs, and miscellanea, relating to H. Göring, 1914-1946, and a United States Office of Strategic Services report on art looting by H. Göring, 1945.

 
Gorky (Maksim) appeal

Relates to the need for foreign relief to aid Russian intellectuals. Includes four essays by Soviet scholars, relating to the literary, political, and humanitarian ideas of M. Gorky.

 
Gorman (John J.) photograph collection

The John J. Gorman photograph collection, 1898-1955, bulk 1912-1923, (SAFR 23367, P87-032) is primarily comprised of photographs of John Gorman's travels as a marine engineer for Standard Oil Company and his personal travels, mostly in California, as well as ephemera...

 
Gorman (William H.) Laboratory Notes

Laboratory notes for mechanical engineering courses 21 and 31, and electrical engineering course 26, compiled by Gorman as an undergraduate.

 
Gormley (Harriet) Papers

Collection consists of her diploma, 1922, program from baccalaureate service, 1922, application for recommendation for a teaching certificate, 1922, and a letter concerning her death, 1984....

 
Gorney (Roderic) papers

Roderic Gorney (1924- ) is a clinical professor of psychiatry at UCLA's Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior. He is a practicing psychiatrist-psychoanalyst, a published author, and has focused his clinical teaching on psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy of adults. His...

 
Gorrill-Bunnell family papers.

Contains correspondence among members of the families, including James, Julia, Kate, Louise, Sterling, and William Bunnell, and Kate, Marion, Sterling, and William Gorrill, as well as a few miscellaneous personal papers, writings, printed materials relating to various family members. The...

 
Gorst (Eldon, Sir) papers

Diaries, autobiographical notes, appointment book, and clippings, relating to British administration of Egypt, 1886-1911. Photocopy.

 
Gorton (Willard L.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, clippings, and photographs, relating to reclamation and irrigation projects in Turkestan.

 
Gosch (Martin A.) papers

The Martin A. Gosch papers span the years circa 1954-1970 and encompass 4 linear feet. The screenplay for DAY OF FEAR (1957) appears to be the only produced film represented. Around a dozen unproduced film and television properties are documented...

 
Gospel sheet music

Contains sheet music published primarily in Chicago, Illinois from the 1930's through 1970.

 
Gospodicni Wilsonovi bound volume, 1919

One bound volume, with numerous signatures by Slovene women, asking Woodrow Wilson's daughter [Eleanor Wilson McAdoo?] to influence her father to help Slovenes they say are suffering under Italian rule. Ljubljana, Marca, [Slovenia] , 1919. Alpha list.

 
Goss (Alfred Furbush vs. Society of California Pioneers) Case Files

Records of investigation and hearings held by the Society of California Pioneers on the membership of Alfred Furbush Goss based on his representation of having arrived in San Francisco on October 11, 1849. He was admitted to the Vermont Chapter...

 
Goss (John R.) Papers

John R. Goss served as Professor of Biological and Agricultural Engineering at the University of California, Davis. The collection contains material regarding cucumber and tomato harvesters.

 
Gossett (Charles W.) Papers

The collection consists of Dr. Charles W. Gossett's research on domestic partnership benefits, LGBT employment discrimination, and other LGBT-related topics, 1966-2008. The collection includes administrative records of the Commission on Domestic Partnership Benefits for the District of Columbia, Georgia Equality...

 
Gosudarstvennyi bank SSSR issuances

Statements, reports, and monthly economic surveys, relating to banking and general economic conditions in the Soviet Union.

 
Gotama (schooner) and Letitia (schooner) whaling journals

Gotama (schooner) and Letitia (schooner) whaling journals (SAFR 16466, HDC 183) are photocopies of two sea journals from 1903 to 1911. The GOTAMA journal was kept by J.A. Macomber on an expedition from San Francisco to the Artic Ocean. It...

 
Gotfryd (Bernard) papers

Correspondence, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to miscellaneous aspects of world politics.

 
Gotlieb (Allan Ezra) speeches

Relates to various aspects of relations between Canada and the United States. Includes a few speeches by Peter M. Towe, Canadian ambassador to the United States, 1977-1981.

 
Gottlieb (Vera) Collection

Ephemera relating to various events in California history including the San Francisco earthquake, the opening of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Panama Pacific International Exposition, and the Golden Gate International Exposition.

 
Gottschalk (Louis A.) papers

The collection comprises books and offprints authored by Louis A. Gottschalk, founding chair of UCI's Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, and Professor Emeritus in the UCI College of Medicine.

 
Goudy (Frederic W.) Collection

This collection contains printed ephemera, pamphlets, pictures and other materials related to the work of Frederic W. Goudy, a prolific typeface creator.

 
Gould & Curry Silver Mining Company records, [1862-1875]

Payroll, 1866-1875, with monthly lists of employees, time, rate, and amount of pay; and 8 receipts, 1862-1864.

 
Gould Family Papers

Items related to the business careers of Amos and Ebenezer Gould.

 
Gould (Randall C.) Papers

Correspondence, writings, clippings, and photographs, relating to political and military events in the Far East, especially in China during the Sino-Japanese War of 1937-1945. Includes photographs of the Japanese bombing of Shanghai in 1937.

 
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.

 
Gould (Stephen Jay) papers

This collection documents the life of noted American paleontologist, evolutionary biologist, and historian of science, Stephen Jay Gould. The papers include correspondence, juvenilia, manuscripts, subject files, teaching files, photographs, audiovisual materials, and personal and biographical materials created and compiled by...

 
Goure (Leon) papers

Speeches and writings, reports, studies, conference materials, printed matter, and slides, relating to Soviet defenses and military policy, especially civil defense measures, and to nuclear warfare strategy.

 
Gourlay (Helen de Camp) Papers

This collection contains course syllabi, notes, and exams from classes de Camp took at Pomona College, mostly philosophy and sociology, and at Stanford, primarily economics. Two of her Stanford courses were taught by Prof. Yamato Ichihashi (population and immigration). Other...

 
Gove Family Papers

The collection consists of the financial and legal records of Gove's estate, as well as some personal papers. The collection includes correspondence, inventories of estate, titles/patents, deeds, photographs, a map, and miscellaneous materials relating to Lakeside and the water rights...

 
Gove family papers, 1849-1862.

Include three letters, Mar.-Nov. 1849, from Enoch Gove, Boston merchant, to his brother, Amos, and C.B. Phelps, in California, members of the Boston and California Mining and Trading Co., reporting on excitement in Boston re gold finds and giving advice;...

 
Government Documents Collection

A collection of government documents and publications largely pertaining to the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. Publications include United States Senate and House of Representatives hearings transcripts and bills. Some transcripts contain testimonies told in the first person by...

 
Government of Free Vietnam Publicity and Organizational Materials

This collection consists of newspapers, propaganda videos and publications, and printed by-laws produced by the Government of Free Vietnam (GFVN), an Orange County-based group whose purpose is to dismantle the communist government of Vietnam and replace it with a democratic...

 
Government Publications Collection

This is an artificial collection of government publications arranged by series: 1) United States 2) California 3) County of Los Angeles 4) City of Los Angeles 5) California counties and cities (except Los Angeles).

 
Governmental Research (Bureau of). Administrative Files of Winston W. Crouch.

Record Series 256 contains the administrative files of Winston W. Crouch at the UCLA Bureau of Governmental Research. Materials include correspondence, contracts, reports, and studies.

 
The governor and the public, the press, and the legislature : oral history transcript / and related material, 1970-1973.

Interviews with three individuals concerned with the operation of the governor's office in California during the Earl Warren administration. Interviews include: Marguerite Gallagher: Administrative Procedures in Earl Warren's Office, 1938-1953. Includes comments also on the Attorney General's office and her...

Governor and the Students videotape series

Videotape cassettes and selected transcripts of broadcasts of a televised series of question-and-answer sessions with high school students conducted by Ronald Reagan as governor of California, relating to California state political issues. Produced by JRH and Associates, Inc.

 
Governor Culbert Levy Olson letters to Fulmer Mood : Sacramento, Calif. : LS, 1941 June 18 & July 24.

Two letters written as Governor of California, concerning Assembly Bill 2162, a measure to abolish the position of Chief, Division of Immigration and Housing, the post held by Carey McWilliams, with a mimeographed copy of veto statement.

 
[Governor Pete Wilson's gubernatorial transition period : newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Governor Walker of Virginia document, 1870 February 18

One printed document, signed by Governor Walker of Virginia, re ratification by the General Assembly of the State of Virginia, of the 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution of the United States. Richmond, 18 Feb. 1870.

 
Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots records

Records of the Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots, a body created by California Governor Edmund G. Brown on August 24, 1965 to conduct a thorough investigation of that summer's riots in Los Angeles.

 
Governor's Mansion Aide to Prison counselor : oral history transcript / 1970-1975.

Schooling in New Orleans and Sacramento; work as a guard at the Governor's mansion in the Earl Warren administration; impressions of the Governor and his family and Warren's influence on his life; discussions with Warren on integration and segregation, prison...

 
The Governor's office, access and outreach, 1967-1974 : oral history transcript / 1987.

Forms part of: Government history documentation oral history series; and, Ronald Reagan Gubernatorial Era Oral History Project.

 
Governor's Office of Emergency Services Records

The California Governor's Office of Emergency Services (OES) is a state agency charged with protecting lives and property by effectively preparing for, preventing, responding to, and recovering from all threats, crimes, hazards, and emergencies. Six cubic feet of textual records...

 
Governor's Office Records

The records of the Governor's office document not only the day-to-day transactions of that office but reflect to a considerable degree the overall operations of the state government. Only in recent decades, however, have substantially complete collections of Governor's office...

 
The Governor's Office under Edmund G. Brown, Sr. : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1981.

Interviewees, and titles of interviews, as follows: photographs inserted. William Becker. Working for Civil Rights: With Unions, the Legislature, and Governor Pat Brown. Comments on National Farm Labor Union organizing in Imperial Valley, 1947-52; the California Committee for Fair Employment...

 
The Governor's Office under Goodwin Knight : oral history transcripts / and related material, 1979-1980.

Interviews with five staff members. Interviewees (copies of photographs and of documentary material inserted), and titles of interviews, as follows: Douglas Barrett. Goodwin Knight's Governor's Office, 1953-1958, and the Youth Authority, 1958-1965. Press secretary and personal friend. Tom M. Bright....

 
G.P. Thresher views of Mexico [graphic].

Views taken in Mexico depicting people, homes, churches, natural scenery and crafts. Locations include El Paso del Norte (now Ciudad Juárez), Querétaro, Mexico City, Guadalupe, and Tipec. Also includes California views taken in San Jose and Los Angeles, including Thresher's...

 
Grabar (Oleg) Papers

The Oleg Grabar papers document the career of the scholar who transformed the field of Islamic art history in the United States. Compiled over more than fifty years, the archive contains thousands of photographs, slides, notes, specialized and hard-to-find research...

 
Grabbe (Grigorii) Papers

Includes documents of the Synod, correspondence between various leaders of the Russian Orthodox Church Abroad, correspondence with other leaders of the Russian emigration, and his own lectures and writings....

 
Grabe (Kurt) collection

Autobiographical accounts, letters, and discharge certificates, of various East German prisoners, relating to their arrests and imprisonment. Includes some printed matter. Photocopy.

 
The Grabhorn Press and the Grace Hoper Press : oral history transcript / and related material, 1970-1972.

Comments on their work for the Grabhorn Press, 1934-1962; the different personalities of Edwin and Robert Grabhorn; the establishment of their own press, the Grace Hoper Press; the small private press movement. Photographs inserted.

 
Grabhorn Press Records

Contains correspondence, job, and project files including manuscripts, illustrations, and galleys, with various incomplete segments and trial pieces. The Grabhorns' correspondence with authors, artists, and other printers relates chiefly to the work of the Press, but also includes two letters...

 
Grabow (Herman G.) Collection

The Grabow Collection contains biographical materials, correspondence, writings and other memorabilia pertaining to the life and activities of Herman Grabow....

 
Grace Buzaljko papers, 1945-2009.

The Grace Buzaljko papers document her career as an editor, most notably as the editor for the University of California, Berkeley, Department of Anthropology. Also included is her uncompleted history of the Anthropology Department.

 
Grace Carpenter Hudson/Maynard Dixon correspondence and memorabilia, 1907-1931.

Correspondence from Grace Hudson, Maynard Dixon, and a few others to San Francisco art dealer Matthew C. Ansbro. Photographs, and some of Dixon's artwork is included as well.

 
Grace Elwood Hoover North papers, 1941-1952.

Manuscripts, tear sheets and clippings of her articles and stories, with related correspondence. Some of the articles contain descriptions of her travels in the Southwest and in Latin America.

 
Grace Elwood Hoover North plate design drawings of California subjects [graphic].

Drawings for Wedgwood (?) plate designs, one depicting Mission San Buenaventura, the other depicting tableaux of various topics (wagon trains, gold mining, ferry boats, etc.)

 
Grace Graham and Katherine R. Spencer Jamaica and Africa Photograph Album, 1922, 1930.

Album contains 195 small black and white snapshots, captioned in English and taken on separate trips to Jamaica (September 1922) and Africa (New York to Matadi, Belgian Congo, Mar. 13-July 13, 1930). Jamaica images feature Jamaican children; shipboard views; shots...

 
Grace (Joseph F.) Manuscript

Includes Joseph F. Grace's story of his life from age 10 on the frontier, entitled .

 
Grace Line containership sales manual

The Grace Line containership sales manual, 1959-1966 (SAFR 23834, HDC 1671) is comprised of one volume of documents intended to provide Grace Line's sales staff with comprehensive information about the containership program and service. The collection has been processed to...

 
Grace McDonald papers, bulk 1940-1980.

Relating to her work in obtaining legislation for the little farmers, her interest in the Democratic Party, her involvement in the Freedom from Hunger movement, agriculture, water, California consumer issues, utilities, natural resources, the fishing industry and other issues on...

 
Grace Montez Davis collection, 1973-1978 : women, Bradley administration

Material relates to Davis' office as Deputy Mayor, documenting her activities as a public honorary figure.

 
Grace Paley: Artist-in-Residence

Reading by Grace Paley, February 17, 1987, sponsored by Residential Education and Academic Computing and Information Services.

 
Grace Stoermer papers

Grace Stoermer organized the Bank of Italy's Los Angeles women's department in 1923. When the women's departments merged with general departments in 1930, Stoermer was named an assistant vice-president. The collection consists of correspondence, printed materials, rosters, and photographs related...

 
Grace V. Bird papers, 1910-1976.

Contains correspondence, articles, notes, writings, greeting cards, etc., sent to Grace V. Bird by friends, including Hildegarde Flanner and Frederick Mortimer ("Tim") Clapp, and others. Also includes manuscript notes, sonnets, and poems written by Bird and friends, including Porter Garnett...

 
Grade (Louis A.) Papers

The Grade Papers consist of a 1934 Metropolitan Life Insurance policy, a photostat of a 1914 insurance policy on a San Francisco grocery at the corner of 19th and Copp streets and a financial ledger. The 398 page Grade ledger...

 
Graduate Division. Administrative files.

Record Series 772 consists of administrative and subject files, financial files, manuals and policies, publications, statistics, and strategic planning documents created by and for the Graduate Division at the University of California, Los Angeles.

 
Graduate Division. Dean. Administrative files.

Record Series 28 contains the administrative records of the Dean of UCLA's Graduate Division created between 1927-1976. Files include correspondence, memos, committee and subcommittee records, national organization records, and other administrative materials.

 
Graduate Division. Publications.

Record Series 242 contains publications generated by the University of California, Los Angeles, Graduate Division.

 
Graduate Division. Special Projects. Event files.

Record Series 784 contains Special Projects event files from the Graduate Division Dean's Office.

 
Graduate School, Academic Departments and Schools, University Archives (Institutional Records)

The records in this series contain materials related to the Graduate School or Graduate School of Jewish Studies.

Graduate School of Judaica, Academic Departments and Schools, University Archives (Institutional Records)

The records in this series contain materials related to the Graduate School of Judaica. Subseries include Correspondence, Catalogs, Schedules, Reports, and Beit Midrash.

 
Graduate School of Nonprofit Management, Academic Departments and Schools, University Archives (Institutional Records)

The records in this series contain materials related to the Graduate School of Nonprofit Management (2000-). Subseries include the MBA in Nonprofit Management Program.

 
Graduate Theological Union Accreditation Collection

This collection contains the accreditation files for the Graduate Theological Union from 1966 on.

 
Graduate Theological Union Library Construction Photograph Collection

The GTU library building was constructed in two phases: Phase I (1979-1981), during which the basement and level one were built, and Phase II (1985-1987), during which levels two and three were completed. The library was renovated in 2000-2001 and...

 
Grady (Henry F. (Henry Francis)) typescript

Relates to American pre-World War II foreign trade and tariff policy, Allied military government in Italy during World War II, and postwar American foreign relations with India, Greece and Iran.

 
Graham (D.) Boise Gay Pride Festival Photographs

D. Graham photographs of the 1993 gay pride festival in Boise, Idaho.

 
Graham Family Papers

Malbone Watson Graham (1898-1965) was a professor of political science at UCLA (1924- ). His published works include (1924) and (1948). Ethel Gladys Murphy married Graham in 1921. She served as president of the American Association of University Women and...

 
Graham (Gladys M.) Collection

This collection is primarily drawings by Mrs. Graham of, and newspaper clippings about, California missions from 1927-1937. The drawings in this manuscript collection are done in pencil, and appear to be based on photographs. Other materials include biographical materials, maps,...

 
Graham (John J.) photographs taken on UC Berkeley Campus

Photos of the campus, campus events and buildings, athletic events, and protest movements, 1968-1970

 
Graham Mackintosh collection, circa 1970s-1980s

Four items printed by Graham Mackintosh and one broadside, "The Man with Three Names," dedicated to Lew Archer and him. Gift of Robert E. Bason, ca. 2005. Alpha list.

 
Graham (Malbone) Papers

Pamphlets, bulletins, writings, memoranda, and clippings, relating to the League of Nations, and to political conditions and diplomatic relations in Finland, the Baltic States, and Eastern Europe, from the Russian Revolution to World War II.

 
Graham (Margaret C.) papers

Margaret Collier Graham (1850-1910) is a California writer and a City of Pasadena pioneer. Graham began making a name for herself by publishing stories about California life. The collection contains her earliest essay written in 1895, her first printed book,...

 
Graham (Margaret C.) Papers

The collection contains the papers of Margaret (Collier) Graham from the earliest piece written in 1821 by a great-uncle while seeking land to settle in western New York State, a few Civil War soldiers' letters, her own correspondence and that...

 
Gramotin (Aleksandr Aleksandrovich) report

Relates to activities of the Russian Imperial family during the Russian Revolution. Photocopy.

 
Gramsci raccontato : testimonianze raccolte da Cesare Bermani, Gianni Bosio e Mimma Paulescu Quercioli printed material

Relates to the Italian communist theoretician Antonio Gramsci. Includes accompanying phonotape cassette.

 
Granada Television program transcripts

Dramatizes major economic decisions of the British government and of the European Economic Community, 1975-1980. Includes press releases and clippings relating to the programs.

 
Grand Army of the Republic broadside, 1899 June 20-23

G.A.R. broadside, "Program of State G.A.R. Encampment, McMinnville, Oregon, June 20-23, 1899."

 
Grand Army of the Republic, Department of California and Nevada records, circa 1879-1940.

25 volumes of minutes, service books, receipt books, descriptive books, and ledgers of the following posts of the Grand Army of the Republic, Department of California and Nevada: Napa Post No. 192, Ellsworth Post No. 20, George H. Thomas Post...

 
Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.) Encampment Badge, undated

Worn at Baxter Springs, Kansas, by John S. Shirley, Co. A., 4th Iowa [Cav.?], n.d.. Probably a Dept. of Kansas, rather than national, encampment.

 
Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), Starr Post No. 52 Collection

The collection contains ten secretary's books (mainly minutes), one account book, and a scrapbook entitled "Souvenir 1907 Encampment - Santa Barbara 40th Dept. Encampment of California and Nevada GAR, Santa Barbara, California, April 1907," containing photographs and biographical forms of...

 
[Grand Army of the Republic], George H. Thomas Post No. 2, 1900, 1902

Two printed programs: Anniversary Birthday Banquet, 1900, and Annual Memorial Services, 1902.

 
Grand Army of the Republic invitation, 1886

Invitation to the 20th National Encampment, San Francisco, CA, 1886.

 
Grand Army of the Republic medals and ribbons, 1888-1956.

Medals and ribbons from various Grand Army of the Republic encampments, primarily from California but also from elsewhere in the United States.

 
Grand Army of the Republic medals and ribbons, 1888-1956.

Medals and ribbons from various Grand Army of the Republic encampments, primarily from California but also from elsewhere in the United States.

 
Grand Army of the Republic stationery, 1885

One sheet of stationery from the Office of the Grand Marshal, Grant Memorial Day, San Francisco, 1885.

 
The Grand Canyon of the Arizona through the stereoscope [graphic].

Scenic views of the Grand Canyon (Ariz.) and other northern Arizona locales. Human figures present in many. One view includes landscape painter Thomas Moran.

 
[The Grand Central Hotel, Oakland, Calif.] [graphic] /

Photograph of the Grand Central Hotel in Oakland, Calif. bears advertising text on verso about the hotel and about Watkins' Yosemite Art Gallery.

 
Grand Jury Reports

Reports from the Grand Jury to the Board of Supervisors.

 
Grand lady of piano jazz : oral history transcript / 1994.

Teagarden discusses her family history and early childhood in Texas and Oklahoma; jazz in the twenties and thirties in New York and the Southwest; touring in Hollywood during wartime; jazz greats, women's bands, life in northern California, Dixieland festivals, thoughts...

 
 
Grandfather Paty's journal

Grandfather Paty's journal (SAFR 14297, HDC 138) is the title of this typescript reminiscence. It recounts John Paty's activities in maritime trade on the East and West Coasts of the United States, the West Coast of Mexico, Hawaii, Tahiti and...

 
Granet (Bert) papers

The Bert Granet papers span the years 1903-2010 (bulk 1934-1995) and encompass 8.8 linear feet. The collection consists of production files, television files, correspondence, diaries, newsletters, notebooks, logs, scrapbooks, ephemera, and photographs. The photograph series consists of motion picture production...

 
Grange family oral history collection, 1998-2005.

Two cassette tape recordings of the Grange family reunion at Stags' Leap Winery, taped by Theresa Whitehill and Paulo Ferreira, August 19, 2005-August 21, 2005; transcript of the recording by Theresa Whitehill, combined with notes taken during the recording. Participants...

 
Granger Family Butte County Papers

The bulk of these papers consists of business and family correspondence written to L.C. Granger while he was in the State Assembly. D.B. Hays informs him about activities on Hays' ranch. Adolf Ekman, who seems to have acted as Granger's...

 
Granger (William P.) Papers

William P. Granger (1834-1903) was a civil engineer who worked on many railroad projects in Tennessee, Boston, Maine, and later, with the Southern Pacific Railway. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, photographs, and clippings concerning the Maclay Rancho in...

 
Grani articles submitted for publication

Relates to Russian literature.

 
Grant Album, circa 1885

Souvenir album, with images from various key points in the life of Ulyssees S. Grant's life.

 
Grant (Campbell) Collection

The collection contains more than 300 Patriotic Civil War covers, mainly Union and unused, and eight letter press copies of blockade run invoices and letters. The covers are arranged by type in two albums, housed in slipcases. A description at...

 
Grant (Cary) papers

The Cary Grant papers span the years 1904-1988 (bulk 1960s-1980s) and encompass 38.8 linear feet. The papers consist of scripts; production files, primarily clippings, with some correspondence and production material; financial records; contracts; personal papers; correspondence; awards; periodicals; clippings; disc...

 
Grant (Donald) writings

Notes, diary entries, letter extracts, and a pamphlet, relating to social conditions and relief work in Russia and Eastern and Central Europe, 1920-1922, and to the economic and social policy of the socialist municipal government in Vienna, 1919-1934.

 
Grant (Gogi) Collection of Musical Arrangements

Scores and parts for 36 musical arrangements of popular songs sung by Gogi Grant.

 
Grant (J.A.C.) papers

James Allen Clifford Grant, Political Science Professor Emeritus joined the UCLA faculty in 1930 and retired in 1969. While at UCLA, Grant chaired the Political Science Department and the Academic Senate and was instrumental in the foundation of the UCLA...

 
Grant, James. Letter to John A. Rockwell : Washington, D.C. : ALS, 1852 Mar. 25.

Writing as acting director, Chicago and Rock Island Railroad, offering compensation to the Congressman for assistance in obtaining some land in Illinois for the railroad. With note by Rockwell assigning one half of the compensation to A.C. Corbert, Mar. 26,...

 
Grant of coat of arms, 1857, and appointment, 1871 : London, England.

Two documents signed by officials of the Order of the Bath concerning a British general, Sir Robert John Hussey Vivian. One document, dated March 16, 1857, concerns the granting of a coat of arms and contains a description of the...

 
Grant (Russell V.) Papers

Collection primarily concerns his undergraduate life at Stanford University and includes his expense book for 1928-29, athletic ticket order forms, song sheet for "Stanford Loyalty Hymn," 1930, Senior Week booklet 1930, invitations and programs from commencement activities 1930, and two...

 
Grant (S. W.) History Manuscript

This manuscript contains the story of Arizona pioneer S. W. Grant as told to Edith O Kitt on 1924 December 9.

 
Grant (Ulysses S.) Civil War Letter

One Civil War letter (ALS) from Ulysses S. Grant to his wife Julia, talking about his return from Grand Junction and noting that the railroad from that part to Memphis soon will be completed.. Asks her and the children to...

 
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson) Letter to W.T. Sherman : Corinth, Tenn. : ALS, 1862 Aug. 8.

Concerning the apprehension of Memphis correspondent of the Chicago Times. With note by W.T. Sherman, Aug. 14. 1862.

 
Grants to William D. Robinson for building lots in Monterey, Calif., 1848 July 10 and July 29.

Conveyed as alcalde of Monterey. Seals of alcalde's office affixed to the documents.

 
Granville Libby letters to his mother and brother : ALS, 1852 Mar. 7-1858 Mar. 2.

Autograph book and 28 letters to Libby's mother and brother Joseph in Portland, Maine from various places, including Virgin Bay, San Francisco, Auburn, Michigan City, China Bar and Portland, Oregon. The letters provide a picture of California during the Gold...

 
Granville Mallen N. Libby letters to his family in Maine, 1852-1869.

Part I: Describes voyage to California, arrival in San Francisco March 26, 1852, and mining on the American River. One letter is written in a Gregory Express letterbook; several written on illustrated lettersheets. (29 letters) Part II (portfolio): Letters re...

 
Granville Stuart Uruguay photographs, 1894-1896

Eight b/w albumen cabinet size and larger photographs assembled by Montana cattleman Granville Stuart while he was ambassador to Uruguay. Includes images of Uruguayan officers, Montivideo scenes, and the U.S.S. iron warship "Newark", moored off Montivideo in 1894. .05 linear...

 
Graphic Albums Collection

An artificial collection of albums of artwork by unidentified individuals. The contents of each album may include artwork in a variety of media, including drawings in pencil or pen, watercolors, photographs, and collages. Each series contains what is believed to...

 
Graphic Arts Workshop artist portraits [graphic].

Photographic portraits of various artist members of San Francisco's Graphic Arts Workshop (GAW) cooperative, taken by printmaker Elinor Randall Keeney. Also includes examples of prints by Susan DeRenne Coerr (4 postcards), Stanley Koppel (print) and James B. Southard (print), as...

 
Grass Roots Cultural Center Records

The collection includes histories, articles of incorporation, financial expenditure examples, bookstore sales, fliers, programs, and events....

 
Grass Valley Congregational Church photographs [graphic]

One exterior view of the Congregational Church, Grass Valley, Calif. and studio portraits of the Rev. W.A. Tenney, and congregation members Mrs. Norton, and Mrs. Abbie Wright.

 
Grass Valley Daily Union Records

Consists of business records from 1866 to 1937, relating to subscriptions, circulation statistics, and advertising, as well as financial operations of the newspaper, including daybooks, ledgers, cash blotters, invoices, cashbooks, and journals. Only one ledger (relating to subscriptions, 1894-1895) documents...

 
Grass Valley grocer's ledger, 1894-1895.

Daily ledger of items obtained, mostly on credit, by customers who had accounts with the grocer. Some notations are marked "paid." The ledger begins on August 1, 1894 and ends on November 2, 1895.

 
Grass Valley grocer's ledger, 1894-1895.

Daily ledger of items obtained, mostly on credit, by customers who had accounts with the grocer. Some notations are marked "paid." The ledger begins on August 1, 1894 and ends on November 2, 1895.

 
Grassroots party organizer to Treasurer of the United States : oral history transcript / and related material, 1975-1978.

Political internship with Coro Foundation; her role as a leader in California Democratic party; working in various political campaigns - local, statewide and national - and planning campaign strategy; freindship and political association with Roger Kent; impressions of political figures,...

 
Grateful Dead Bean Bears Collection

This collection includes 89 stuffed bears in 10 sets or editions. Each bear wears a tag indicating a name and birthday, and a short story relating to a Grateful Dead venue. Also included are six edition cards, 2nd through 7th....

 
Grateful Dead records, ca. 1965-2008 (bulk 1965-1995)

This collection includes business records, publications, audio and video recordings, photographs, graphics, ephemera and realia of the Grateful Dead. Also included is fan-based Deadheads' correspondence & ephemera.

 
Grateful Dead Records: Ser.1 History

Contains limited biographical material about the band, band members and awards given to the band.

 
Grateful Dead Records: Ser.10 Realia

This series includes three-dimensional objects used by the band in road tours, in performances, and in recording sessions, and also large objects and decorative pieces gifted to the band by fans. Included are such objects as instruments, equipment, stage props,...

 
Grateful Dead Records: Ser.11 Decorated Envelopes

This series includes decorated No.10 business envelopes sent to the Grateful Dead Ticket Service by fans when requesting tickets. Decorated envelopes date from 1983 to 1996.

 
Grateful Dead Records: Ser.12 Back Stage Passes, Tickets & Laminates

This series includes samples of backstage passes, tickets and laminates from Grateful Dead concert venues. Uniquely designed laminate badges, fabric passes and mail order tickets, as well as mass produced tickets from ticketing outlets