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L. A. Gay & Lesbian Center Records

This collection contains correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, proposals, contracts, accounting and finance records, flyers, brochures, calendars, notes, press releases, photographs, resumes, and other materials relating to the founding and activities of the Gay Community Services Center (now the L. A....

 
L. Eve Armentrout Ma research materials, [ca. 1970s-1980s]

Chiefly research files containing photocopies and some newsclippings relating to Chinese-American history, along with research papers on Chinese overseas, history, economy, and politics. Also includes textbooks on classical Chinese language, geography, history, and math, as well as miscellaneous books on...

 
L. J. Hohl papers, 1906-1931.

Reports as consulting mining engineer in California, Oregon, Arizona, Alaska, Utah, Nevada, Honduras, British Columbia and Mexico.

 
L. Lebenbaum & Co. price list, circa 1870-1900.

The collection consists of an undated price list for various grocery items, wines, and liquors sold by L. Lebenbaum & Company, Importers, of San Francisco.

 
L. Martin Griffin papers, 1931-2000.

Consist of materials created and compiled by Griffin while he was a volunteer at Audubon Canyon Ranch and in the course of writing "Saving the Marin-Sonoma Coast" (1998). Record types include: minutes, financial records, correspondence, notes, newsletters, maps, photographs, and...

 
"LA 2000" Records of the 2000 Democratic National Convention

LA Convention 2000 and LA HOST, jointly known as "LA 2000," were responsible for bringing the 2000 Democration National Convention. This collection conists of the records documenting this effort.

 
La Argentina, Collection on

This collection consists of 45 photographs of La Argentina (Antonia Mercé), most taken during the 1930s by Monique Paravicini and D'Ora; a program from a performance in Paris by La Argentina; and two items of correspondence and a membership card...

 
L.A. as Subject records, 1989-2000 (bulk 1995-2000)

Records include development and background files for the L.A. as Subject program and directory created by Karen Stokes, the project manager for the organization at the Getty Research Institute, dating from 1989-2000 (bulk 1995-2000). Records document the development of Cultural...

 
La bonne femme /

Various publishers.

 
La caravane du Caire /

Various publishers.

 
La Crescenta Women's Club materials, [1935-1936]

Notes on the formation of its California History and Landmarks Department; text for a pageant, Flags of California; mounted snapshots of club members.

 
La Cuesta Encantada menus, 1935 June 1 and 1936 May 31.

Menus from the Hearst estate at San Simeon.

 
La Escuela Argentina de Los Angeles records

Collection contains minutes of board meetings, copies of the school's room reservations with USC, newspaper clippings about the school, ephemera, and chronological files of documents from the years 1990-1995. The chronological files include correspondence and memoranda pertaining to the school's...

 
La Fargue (Thomas Edward) collection

Photocopies and typed copies of letters and reports, pamphlets, printed articles, and miscellaneous writings, relating to early contacts between China and the United States, to Charlie Jones Soong (father of T. V. Soong, Madame Sun Yat-sen and Madame Chiang Kai-shek),...

 
La Fiesta de Los Angeles brochure and letter, 1931.

Brochure for 1931 Fiesta de Los Angeles containing letter from fiesta managing director Waldo T. Tupper to Mr. H. W. Stanton dated August 15, 1931 on La Fiesta de Los Angeles stationary.

 
La Fortuna Mines records, circa 1857.

Contains accounts and technical drawings of equipment for mines in California.

 
La Grange Company Journal

Summary: A handwriten copy, all in the same handwriting, of the company record kept by three successive diarists of the La Grange Company as it proceeded from Texas to California over the Southern Routes in 1849. It is unusual in...

 
La Grange Hydraulic Gold Mining Company checks, 1899-1900.

Contains checks drawn on the Nevada National Bank of San Francisco and C.W. Smith.

 
La Grange Mining Company records : Trinity Co., Calif., [1893-1914]

Correspondence, legal papers, reports, etc., for the La Grange Hydraulic Gold Mining Company, incorporated in Colorado by Baron Ernest de la Grange and others. Name changed in later records.

La Habra Old Settlers Historical Society Collection

The digital La Habra Old Settlers Historical Society Collection includes images portraying the early history and development of the Orange County community of La Habra, Calif. and surrounding areas from 1896 to 1964. Many of the images cover early agriculture...

 
La Jolla Civic-University Orchestra and Chorus Association. Records

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

 
La Jolla Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends Records

The collection documents the formation and later business meetings of the La Jolla group through meeting minutes, correspondence, and committee files....

 
La Jolla Shores Association Records

The document the history of the association from 1926-1973, with the bulk of the materials created from 1964-1972.  The entire collection consists of paper materials such as correspondence, reports, and meeting minutes.  The collection has been divided into five series:...

 
La Jolla [videocassette] : Adelsten och Forskarcentrum, 1986

The video tape consists of a science program produced for Swedish television and broadcast in the spring of 1986. Dr. Bengt Feldreich describes science in La Jolla, California and interviews local scientists including Margaret Burbidge, William Nierenberg, Roger Revelle, Jonas...

 
La Laguna Revue Magazine Collection, 1960s.

The La Laguna Revue was a pictorial magazine that was created in the 1960s by Roger Mayhall. Mayhall also acted as the magazine’s publisher. The magazines name derived from the Native Americans and Spanish peoples, who called the area of...

 
La Motte family papers, 1849-1872.

From Robert S. La Motte and his brother Harry to family, describing trip around the Horn; San Francisco in 1849; mining and Indians in the Humboldt Bay area; politics in California; the Vigilance Committee of 1851; Hawaii in 1851; fires...

 
La Onda Chicana [videorecording]

Four lectures on the history of Mexican-American music presented by the Stanford Chicano Fellows Program, Jan. 23-25, 1991....

 
La Perlita mine photographs [graphic]

Includes general views of mine buildings, town, and mountains; rail tracks, ore dumps, structures and men outside the La Perlita shaft, and geological features. The location is presumed to be in Mexico, perhaps in the state of Puebla.

 
La Picirella (Joseph) sound recording

Song relating to the French resistance movement during World War II. Words and music by J. La Picirella. Sung by Michel Sande.

 
La propiedad hacienda "Agua Caliente" compuesta de los sitios Nagarejo, Sñ. Nicolas y Sñ. Antonio de Padua, [1711-1909] /

Includes title deeds, property transfers, wills, inventories and similar documents.

 
La Purisima Mission State Historic Park Collection

The La Purisima Mission State Historic Park Collection contains correspondence, administrative materials, architectural records, committee documents, news clippings, reports, and financial materials documenting the restoration of the mission beginning in 1934. In addition, the collection includes records of the Citizen's...

 
La Roche (Frank) Photographs of Alaska

This collection consists of photographs of Alaska taken ca. 1892 by Frank La Roche, depicting Alaskan nature scenes, views of town life (mainly in Sitka and Wrangell), and some Alaskan Natives. This collection provides insight into the Alaskan environment just...

 
La rosière de Salency /

Various publishers.

 
La Santeria Chapina [graphic].

Photographs depict crucifixes, altars and other religious articles and arrangements as found in everyday use in Guatemala. Taken between 1976 and 1981.

 
La Tondre (Richard B.) medals

Japanese military medals.

 
La Tourette (Frank) papers

Frank D. La Tourette was a television writer, producer, director, and professor at the University of California, Los Angeles whose career spanned the 1940s to the 1980s. The collection consists of printed materials such as clippings and publications, correspondence, and...

 
"La vie moderne" and two letters : ms.S, 1904.

A satiric spoof submitted for publication, an accompanying letter from Lewis and a letter of rejection from Arthur Mee of The London Daily Mail.

 
LAAMP Collection

Documenting the history of a Los Angeles educational reform organization, the holdings of the LAAMP (Los Angeles Annenberg Metropolitan Project) Collection consist of textual materials: subject files, correspondence, minutes and agendas of committee meetings, reports and studies, brochures, and publications...

 
Laan Tau Mountain Camp Collection

The Laan Tau (Lantau) Mountain Camp was a retreat above the city of Hong Kong dating back to 1925, which consisted of a number of stone cabins owned by both individuals and church organizations, and which served as a well-loved...

 
Laba (Roman) collection

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, other printed matter, clandestine literature, writings, photographs, sound recordings, and memorabilia, relating to political conditions in Poland, Russia and Ukraine, and especially to the Solidarnosc movement in Poland and to political developments in Russia and...

 
Labagnino (Lars) Collection on Newport Beach Real Estate

This collection consists of real estate documents, housing development brochures, local maps, sales listings, periodicals, community association documentation and correspondence collected by Newport Beach real estate developer Lars Labagnino. The documents offer insights into the 1950s Orange County real estate...

 
Laban (Juana de) papers

Juana de Laban (1910-1978) was the director of graduate studies in theater at Baylor University, a distinguished professor at the University of Wisconsin, and served on the dance faculty at UCLA for nearly a decade. She was active in many...

 
Laban (Rudolf) Icosahedron

The collection comprises one 6 1/2" x 7" paper sculpture cutout created by choreographic notation expert Rudolf von Laban to form a human figure within a 20-sided geometric shape (an icosahedron).

 
Labedz (Leopold) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, serial issues, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to political and cultural conditions in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Soviet and Eastern European dissidents, Russian and Eastern European literature, post-World War II international relations,...

 
Laben (Robert) Collection

Material regarding dairy herd records; University of California, Davis dairy operations; maps, photographs.

 
Laben, Robert. Papers, 19---19--.

Finding aid in the Special Collections Department, Library, University of California, Davis.

 
Labin (Suzanne) processed volume

Relates to Soviet propaganda.

 
Labor administration and Social Security : a woman's life : oral history transcript / and related material, 1972-1974.

Interest in suffrage movement, 1910-1911; McNamara brothers trial in Los Angeles; working for private charities in northern California; career in public service, including work for California Industrial Welfare Commission, U.S. War Labor Policies Board, U.S. Children's Bureau, California State Department...

 
Labor and tax attorney, 1949-1982; Sierra Club Foundation trustee, 1968-1981, 1994-1998 : oral history transcript / 1999.

Italian ancestry and family, and youth in Oakland; wife's Goodrich family history in California; boyhood experiences in Yosemite National Park, the redwood forests; University of California, Berkeley 1936-1941: anti-war demonstrations, reflections on Willard "Bull" Durham, Benjamin H. Lehman, Henriette de...

 
Labor Archives and Research Center Ephemera Collection

The collection consists of a wide range of ephemera pertaining to labor in the Bay Area, California and the nation. Dating from roughly 1900 to the present, the collection includes ephemera created by or related to labor unions, with large...

 
Labor Herald Photograph Collection No. 12

The collection consists of 280 photographs covering the decades 1930s-1960s; the bulk is from the 1940s. It represents a visual record of the leaders, meetings, strikes, World War II activities, Labor Day parades, and anti-Taft-Hartley demonstrations of major CIO unions...

 
Labor law at Morrison & Foerster, 1929-1971 : oral history transcript / 1994.

Clinton discusses his studies at Harvard; his early law practice, the Morrison & Foerster law firm in the 1930s and 1940s; finally, his newspaper publishing interests, serving as President of Amphlett Printing Co. between 1943 and 1986.

 
Labor Leaders View the Warren Era : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-76.

Interviews with two leading labor figures documenting the relationship between the labor movement in California and Earl Warren. Photographs and copies of documentary material inserted. Interviews include: Robert S. Ash - Alameda County Central Labor Council during the Warren Years....

 
Labor looks at Warren : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-1970.

Interviews (photographs inserted): Germain Bulcke, A Longshoreman's Observations; Joseph W. Chaudet, A Printer's View; Paul Heide, A Warehouseman's Reminiscences; U.S. Simonds, A Carpenter's Comments; and Ernest H. Vernon, A Machinist's Recollection.

 
The labor movement in Austria, 1916-1947 : sources and documents : typescripts, [undated]

Materials collected by Gulick in documenting the history of the Austrian labor movement. Contains: Ein Tatsachenbericht aus Oesterriech (5 p., typescript [carbon]); Auswandern (3 p., typescript); Die Lage der Juden in Oesterriech (2 p., typescript); and Georg Weissel-Leid (score of...

 
"Labor of angels: the restoration of Stanford University's Memorial Church" [videorecording]

Video presents the repair and renovation of Memorial Church, following the Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989.

 
Labor records, 1903.

Admission, labor, delivery, puerperium, and discharge records of two patients admitted to the Chicago Lying-In Hospital and Dispensary. Record forms, completed in ink by Dr. Coffey, are mostly legible. Forms were designed to be bound along inner margin; these two...

 
Labor union litigation records.

The collection consists of legal files concerning numerous California labor unions from the 1930's through the 1950's.

 
Laboratory technical reports, [ca. 1939-1945]

Included in: History of Science and Technology Collection.

 
Labour and Socialist International. Congress issuances

Bulletins, reports, pamphlets, and miscellaneous printed matter, relating to and issued by the Fourth Congress of the Labour and Socialist International.

 
Labour Party (Great Britain). Broadcasting Section Sound Recordings

Relates to Labour Party policy regarding the British economy, racial tensions, defense, local government, and ownership of the mass media.

 
Labyrinth Project Records

This collection documents the proposal, dedication, construction and removal of the student built Labyrinth. Also includes some information on the adjacent Native American Indian lodge and village.

 
LACMTA Transit Videos Collection

The LACMTA Transit Video Collection contains over 700 items in video format from the 1970's forward. Items come in a variety of video formats: VHS, Beta, 3/4 inch Umatic, and other commercial grade video.

 
Ladd, George D. Letters : from and about his brother, a patient in the Madison Insane Hospital, [1874-1877]

George Ladd was a medical student at Rush Medical College, Chicago, and Boston Dental College, then a doctor in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His brother, Horace, wrote from "Madison Insane Hospital" (Mendota State Hospital), Wisconsin.

 
Ladd (Thornton) drawings for the Mrs. Donald Bear house

The Thornton Ladd drawings for the Mrs. Donald Bear house span 3 linear feet and date from 1955. The collection is composed of five architectural drawings in the form of blueprints. Drawings include: plot and roof plan, details, electrical and...

 
Ladder Periodical Collection

The Ladder Periodical Collection consists of incomplete magazine issues from the dating between the years 1963-1966. These magazines were very important to the acceptance of homosexuality in the United States during the 1960s and1970s. was published by the Daughters of...

 
Lademan (Joseph U.) papers

Memoranda, writings, reports, printed matter, clippings, and photographs, relating to the return of the U.S.S. Milwaukee (re-named Murmansk by the Russians) to the United States Navy from the Soviet Union in 1949, and to the atomic bomb testing at Bikini...

 
Ladies' Relief Society records

The Ladies' Relief Society's records document the Society's philanthropic work for needy women and children in Oakland, California from 1872 to 2007. The records include meeting minutes of the Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and Advisory Board; administrative files containing...

 
Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society of the Port of San Francisco records, 1887-1904.

Include bill from Craig & Cochran for burial of W. Menefield, 1887, and letters of resignation from two trustees, 1904.

 
Ladies' United Hebrew Benevolent Society resolution, 1868.

Consists of a resolution presented to Mrs. F. Tandler, a former president of the Ladies United Hebrew Benevolent Society in San Francisco, signed by the Society's officers and affixed with its organizational seal.

 
A lady's life : New England, Berkeley, China: oral history transcript / 1983.

Descendant of two distinguished New England families, and married into a third, this chronicles her life in New England society, her marriage to Prof. Woodbridge Bingham, their family, and travels to China and Japan in the turbulent 1930's, as well...

 
Laemmle (Carl) Collection

Papers and photographs; includes Carl Laemmle's "My Book of Friends," a bound volume with handwritten messages and illustrations from the Universal Studios founder's friends in Germany and later in the United States, 1883-1927. See also: GC 1278, Carla Laemmle Collection

 
Laemmle (Carla) Collection

Collection of documents and mementos from Laemmle and her family including the Civil War, Daughters of the American Revolution, early Hollywood, and the Loomis Institute (an early private secondary school in Connecticut). 1848-2000. See also GC 1331 Ray Cannon Collection

Laemmle Gallery photographs documenting the Laemmle art business, Munich and Los Angeles, 1894-1993

This collection of glass negatives, photographs, and tearsheets was assembled by art dealers Siegfried and Walter Laemmle in the course of pursuing business in Munich and Los Angeles and represents the remaining records of their business.

 
Laemmle Theatres records

The Laemmle Theatres theater chain was started in 1938 by brothers Max and Kurt Laemmle. The collection consists of hand written booking sheets, box office grosses, and payroll receipts; office files, and promotional material for Laemmle Theatre showings and event.

 
Lafler (Henry A.) Papers

Mainly letters written to Lafler; a few written by him; and a poem presumably written by Nora May French.

 
Laflin Family Photographs

The collection consists of 15 copy negatives of the Laflin family made from original ambrotypes, tintypes, and albumens.

 
LaFond, Eugene Cecil Films, 1964-1974

The collection consists of 56 films taken or collected by oceanographer Eugene LaFond. Many of these films were made while LaFond worked at the U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory and are dated 1964-1974. The films depict underwater scenes. Many were taken...

 
LaFond, Eugene Cecil Photographs, 1930-1940

The collection consists of 344 photographs with original negatives that were taken by Eugene C. LaFond in the 1930's and 1940's at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The photographs have been placed in negative storage envelopes with identifications. The photographs have...

 
Lagomarsino (Robert J.) Collection

This collection documents Federal issues occurring during Robert J. Lagomarsino's public serve as a United States Congressman from 1974 to 1992. The collection also includes current events. The collection consists of correspondence, congressional bills, memoranda, newsletters, press releases, news articles,...

 
Lagow (Larry D.) typescript

Relates to the Center for Vietnamese Studies. Ph.D. dissertation, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Photocopy.

 
Laguna Beach Historic Survey Board Records

This collection comprises pamphlets, information packets, clippings, newsletters, minutes, notes, and other materials documenting the Laguna Beach Historic Survey Board. Also included are criteria for establishing historical status, a glossary of architectural terms, data to complete housing surveys and information...

 
Laguna Greenbelt, Inc. Records

Laguna Greenbelt, Incorporated (LGI) is an active non-profit organization founded in 1968 to preserve the open space bordering the City of Laguna Beach, California and comprising Sycamore Hills and five canyons: Aliso, Wood, El Toro, Laguna and Morro. LGI has...

 
Laguna Pacific v. David Carter Legal Papers

Photocopy legal records relating to the lawsuit (1983-1985) brought by Laguna Pacific, the production company of gay adult filmmaker George Fisher (aka William Higgins), against David Beckmann (aka David Carter) for unauthorized selling of authentic copies, and selling counterfeit copies,...

 
Lagunitas Dam views [graphic]

Includes views of the dam and vicinity.

 
Lahad (Ezra) Yiddish & Hebrew theater ephemera

Yiddish and other theater ephemera including Purim plays, a program aabout Ida Kaminska and the Jewish State Theatre of Poland, and programs for the Fourth Theatre Festival of Moscow-Leningrad, 1936.

 
Lahousen (Erwin) journal

Relates to German secret service operations during World War II. Typed transcript (in part, photocopy)

 
Lahusen (Kay Tobin) Photographs

Kay Tobin Lahusen photographs include images of the 1965 protest of the Pentagon and White House; 1966 protest at Independence Hall, Philadelphia; and Philadelphia Gay Activists Alliance, undated. The photographs also include images of Barabra Gittings, Phyllis Lyon, and Del...

 
Lai (Him Mark) Papers

The Him Mark Lai Papers are divided into four series: Research Files, Professional Activities, Writings, and Personal Papers. Lai's extensive research spans over four decades, with the bulk of materials dating from 1970 to 1995. Although Lai was born and...

 
Lai (Mingtang) papers

Published versions of speeches and oral history, other printed matter, computer disks, medal, and photograph, relating to the armed forces of Taiwan.

 
Laidlaw (Catherine) Collection

Contains material collected by Catherine Laidlaw through her involvement in the Sacramento branches of both the Ladies' Society of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman and Enginemen and the Grand International Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.

 
Laidlaw family papers, [ca. 1885-1928]

Mainly letters of Clarence G. Akerly to his mother concerning his experiences in California and in France during World War I; letter from George C. Pardee to Murray Laidlaw; a few papers relating to Mrs. Laidlaw's early life in Evanston,...

 
Laidlaw (Harry Hyde) Papers

Harry Hyde Laidlaw, considered the "father of honey bee genetics," was a professor in the UC Davis Department of Entomology from 1947-1974. He was best known for developing artificial insemination technology for honey bees and his contributions enabled selective breeding...

 
Laine (John W.) photograph collection

The John W. Laine photograph collection, circa 1910-1950, bulk 1930s-1940s, (SAFR 23843, P10-003) is comprised mainly of photographs of American-Hawaiian Steamship Company ships and their crews, including John W. Laine, ship's Engineer. The collection has been processed to the Collection...

 
The Lair of the Bear and the Alumni Association, 1949-1993 : oral history transcript / 1993.

Koll discusses his Wisconsin childhood, his education at the University of California, Berkeley, and later activity at the Lair of the Bear family camp, and in the Alumni Association as executive director; the Free Speech movement and campus politics; his...

 
Laird (Brian) collection of readings by Lawrence Clark Powell

Audio recordings and videotapes of Lawrence Clark Powell's readings of , , and , which were recorded from 1996 through 1998. Powell (1906-2001) was the UCLA Librarian from 1944-1961 and a prolific author on a variety of topics, including California...

 
Laird (Carobeth) papers

This collection contains manuscripts, press clippings, and other material regarding the research of Carobeth Laird, author of as well as a noted anthropologist and linguistics specialist. Material regarding American linguist and ethnologist, John Peabody Harrington, to whom she was married...

 
Laissez Faire Books records

Correspondence, memoranda, financial records, catalogs, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to libertarianism and publishing in the United States.

 
Lake County ranch accounts, 1920-1927.

Records for ranch near Middletown, Calif., operated by C.C. Donovan and his estate.

 
Lake (John P.) papers

Orders, reports, personnel records, certificates, and photographs, relating to American military assistance to Chinese forces during World War II, and to attempted American mediation between Kuomintang and Chinese communist forces in 1946.

 
Lake Tahoe Photograph Album

This photo album includes snapshots of Lake Tahoe, its surroundings, and some vacationers taken in 1902.

 
Lake Tahoe Railway & Transportation Company Collection

A ledger and a journal from the Lake Tahoe Railway and Transportation Company.

 
Lake Tahoe views from the Beverly Lacy Hodghead papers [graphic]

Snapshots of Lake Tahoe, Calif., depicting nature, boating, fishing, hiking, etc.; includes in addition views of Beverly L. Hodghead residence at 2903 Russell Street in Berkeley.

 
Lakes in the Sierra Nevada [graphic] /

Photos show Cascade Lake (altitude 6,530 feet) and Donner Lake (from the Central Pacific Railroad).

 
Lakeside Hotel Register

Collection consists of one guest register from the Lakeside Hotel for the dates May 29, 1888 through September 21, 1889, listing guest names, residences, room numbers, and dates.

 
Lakoba (N. A. (Nestor Apollonovich)) Papers

Nestor Apollonovich Lakoba (1893-1936) papers document life and activities of the politician, revolutionary, party and government official, and victim of the purges.

 
Lalevitch (Dushan) typescript

Relates to conditions at Dachau.

 
Lalo Guerrero Collection, 1939-2005.

The collection includes photographs, videos, interviews, correspondence, phonograph records, audiocassettes, scrapbooks, and ephemera.

 
Lalo (Pierre) Reviews

Reviews written by Edouard Lalo, for Le temps (Paris), chiefly of opera and choral performances in Paris....

 
Lamantia (Philip). Cool ; New York blank poem New York, and typed letter

The letter is dated 20 Oct. 1959 and is addressed to LeRoi Jones (Amiri Baraka). Some of the materials were published in THE FLOATING BEAR....

 
Lamantia (Philip) Papers

The Philip Lamantia Papers consist of correspondence, general files and personal papers. Correspondence is both incoming and outgoing, and correspondents include contemporary writers, publishers and publishing companies, members of the Surrealist Movement and Lamantia's mother and friends. General files make...

 
Lamars (William M.) Papers

Collection consists of materials relating to the manuscript of William Mathias Lamars' book, (1961), a biography of Major General William Starke Rosecrans of the Union Army during the American Civil War. Collection includes the preliminary manuscript, final manuscript, correspondence, research...

Lamb (Chester C.) papers

The Chester C. Lamb papers consist of field notes and correspondence. The field notes span the years 1925-1932, during which Lamb took on the roles of field assistant and Assistant Curator of Mammals at the MVZ. The correspondence dates from...

 
Lamb (Dana and Ginger) Papers

The collection consists of the personal papers of the adventurers and explorers Dana and Ginger Lamb. The collection contains an extensive amount of material which meticulously documents their travels, personal lives, and family history.

 
Lamb, Elizabeth Searle. Papers, 1917-

The collection is organized into five series: Correspondence - letters and ephemera from leading Haiku poets; Correspondence: China - documenting Lamb's involvement with the Haiku movement in China; Organizations - correspondence and related materials pertaining to Haiku organizations; Articles and...

 
Lamb (Harold) Papers

Harold Albert Lamb (1892-1962) wrote historical articles and stories for magazines, and adventure books. The collection consists of manuscripts, books, stories clipped from magazines, scrapbooks, letters, drawings, maps, pamphlets, notebooks, and other ephemera.

 
Lambda Amateur Radio Club Hollywood chapter records

Constitution, meeting minutes, correspondence, flyers, directories, financial records and other material from the Hollywood chapter of the Lambda Amateur Radio Club, 1991-1992.

 
Lambda Literary Foundation Records

The Lambda Literary Foundation Records, 1986-2010, includes correspondence, bylaws, licensing contracts, reports, financial records, publication subscription forms, copy, event brochures, memoranda, advertisement copy, news clippings, and photographs. The Lambda Literary Foundation is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender literary organization,...

 
Lambert (Asael C.) Notebooks

Summary: Ten notebooks which deal with the following topics: blood and religion; spirituality; tithing and Mormonism; the serpent; Mormon revelations; Mormonism and Masonry; and "Epistole" of Liberty jail....

 
Lambert (Eric) Papers

The collection contains carbon typescript manuscript drafts of several of Lambert's works, many with extensive handwritten corrections and revisions....

 
Lambert (Gavin) Collection of Books and Tapes

This collection of Gavin Lambert materials consists of books, videocassettes, audio cassettes, and a computer disk.

Lambert (Louise T.) Oral History

Contains a transcript and sound recording of Lucille Kendall's 1976 interviews with Louise Todd Lambert; an interview history; and a few miscellaneous papers, including a photocopy of Lambert's 1958 letter of resignation from the Communist Party. The interviews document Lambert's...

Lambert (Sylvester M.) papers

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

 
Lambert (Thomas G.) Letter Book

Thomas G. Lambert traveled to California during the gold rush. He wrote a letter to his "Dear Parents" in a Cooke & Le Count's California Letter Book. In it he gives them a "confidential" account of his friends and acquaintances...

 
Lambrino (Jeanne Marie Valentine) Papers

Memoirs, diaries, letters, notes, clippings, and photographs, relating to the marriage of J. M. V. Lambrino with Prince Carol and its subsequent annulment. Includes a diary about Prince Carol, 1919-1920.

 
Lamelas (David) Papers

The personal and professional papers of Argentinean sculptor and filmmaker David Lamelas provide an overview of Lamelas's artistic practices and the development of his work from sculpture to architecture, film, and conceptual installations. Drawings, sketches, notes, plans, photographs, correspondence, sketchbooks,...

 
Lamis vs. Doyle and Sachs collection of court records

Judith M. Doyle became a therapist in 1977, and was executive director of One in Long Beach, Inc., which runs a gay and lesbian service center. She was a chairwoman of the AIDS Walk/Long Beach and is one of the...

 
L'amitié à l'épreuve /

Various publishers.

 
Lammerts (Walter E.) Papers

Walter E. Lammerts (1904-1996) was an author, plant researcher, horticulturist, and rose breeder. His Papers contain manuscripts of his lectures on the science and art of rose breeding, reprints of his articles on plant breeding, especially rose breeding, and articles...

 
L'amoureux de quinze ans /

Various publishers.

 
Lampson (Robin) Collection

This collection consists of: drafts of works; literary reviews, by and about Robin Lampson; clippings describing Lampson's activities; bulletins & hand-outs describing his teaching activities; professional and personal correspondence; research materials on Sharon-Hill, Frederick Law Olmsted and the landscaping of...

 
Lamson Murder Case Collection

Collection includes clippings about the murder of Allene Thorpe Lamson and the trials of David Lamson, 1933-1992; photocopy of the testimony of police chief H. A. Zink; original typescript of D. L. Webster's "Notes on Investigation of the Physical Evidence...

Lamuth (George R.) photographs of Eppleton Hall (built 1914; tugboat)

The George R. Lamuth photographs of Eppleton Hall (built 1914; tugboat), 1970 March - 1989 September, (SAFR 23143, P99-015) consists of 26 color slides of EPPLETON HALL and related vessels. Most of the images are of EPPLETON HALL arriving in...

 
Lanagan (James F.) Papers

Collection includes Stanford diplomas of Lanagan and Clara Earl, 1900; letters to Lanagan congratulating him after football victories, 1904-05; military papers from his service in World War I, 1918-19, and his letters to Clara while in France, 1918; program from...

 
Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society Records

Collection consists of correspondence, announcements, and notices addressed to T. Cann Hughes, an active member of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, and related manuscripts, pamphlets, ephemera, and clippings, all collected by him. ...

 
Lancashire (David) photographs

Depicts the Chinese communist leaders Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai, and the former emperor Puyi.

 
Lancaster (William H.) Papers

Assembly Member William H. Lancaster, Republican, was elected to the Legislature in a special election in June 1972. The William L. Lancaster Papers consist of 6 cubic feet of records reflecting Lancaster's activities during his time as an Assembly Member...

 
Lancey (Thomas C.) Papers

Thomas Crosby Lancey (1824-1885) joined the U.S. Navy (1846) serving as baggage master on the before being transferred to the U.S. Sloop of War as captain's coxswain. He kept a journal of daily occurrences which formed the basis of the...

 
Lanchester (Elsa) papers

The Elsa Lanchester papers span the years 1895-1976 (bulk 1930s-1970s) and encompass 39 linear feet. The collection includes scripts; correspondence; clippings; writings by Lanchester, including voluminous files with manuscripts, correspondence, clippings, and interview transcripts related to her published ("Elsa Lanchester...

 
Lanchlin McLaine Bank Collection

Accounts, certificates, checks, correspondence, deeds, receipts....

 
Lanchlin McLaine Bank Collection, 1860-1883.

Accounts, certificates, checks, correspondence, deeds, receipts

 
Land Agreements Between the University of California and the Irvine Company

This collection contains photocopies of the agreement between The Irvine Company and the University of California to deed 1,000 acres of land to the University for a new Irvine campus. Included is the initial agreement of July 20, 1960, as...

Land Case Files

In 1851 the U.S. Congress passed "An Act to Ascertain and Settle Private Land Claims in the State of California" which required all holders of Spanish and Mexican land grants to present their title for confirmation before the Board of...

Land Case Maps

Placed on permanent deposit in The Bancroft Library by the U.S. District Court, San Francisco. Maps show land grants (ranchos) in California presented in evidence to the District Court. Dockets from which these maps were removed are in The Bancroft...

 
Land Deed Signed by Andrew Jackson

The collection consists of one deed for eighty acres of land in Indianapolis, Indiana, dated September 30, 1835. The document bears the signature of Andrew Jackson, who was then the seventh president of the United States.

 
Land development and irrigation views from the Elwood Mead papers [graphic].

Views relating primarily to agriculture, irrigation and land development. Locations include Merced River, Sutter Butte and Susanville, Calif., among others. View from Susanville relates to lumber industry. Inlcudes many views from the Durham and Delhi, Calif. land settlement projects.

 
Land Family Photographs and Records

The collection contains the photographs and business records of Feather River Pine Mills and the Land family, including, correspondence, financial statements, reports, and legal documents. The majority of the collection consists of photographs and negatives documenting mill construction and logging...

 
Land grant for military service to William and James Taylor signed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, 1897

Thomas Jefferson, President of the United States of America, TO ALL WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME, GREETING: Know ye, That, in consideration of military service performed by William Taylor (a Major for the seventh year of his service) to the...

 
Land Grant to William Bingham, Esq., for Property in Lycoming County from Thomas Mifflin, Governor of Pennsylvania

Collection comprises one land document to William Bingham, Esq., for property in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, dated 17 May 1796, and signed by Thomas Mifflin, Governor of Pennsylvania.

 
Land of gold: an ill-fated journey to California via Nicaragua made by Eri B. Hulbert and William W. Walker in 1852 : n.p. : typescript (carbon), 1955.

Transcripts of diary and letters of Eri B. Hulbert, and of letters of William W. Walker (from Sacramento, 1852-1853) and Mary Louisa Hulbert, prepared by Elizabeth Wyant Martin and Louise Hulbert Prescott.

 
Land planning and acquisition, U.S. Forest Service : oral history transcript / and related material, 1964-1976.

Comments on his long career with the Forest Service, particularily as assistant chief in charge of lands and land acquisition. Appended: photocopies of documentary material supporting the interview. Photographs included. With this, as v. 2 (in a box): additional documentary...

 
Land speculation and irrigation development in the Sacramento Valley, 1905-1957 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1957.

With signed statement of rights, portrait photograph and memorial tribute from the Colusi County Historical Society, added. Notes his and his wife's family backgrounds; history of irrigation and land companies in the Sacramento Valley; the rice boom; the Irrigation Districts...

 
Land use and planning documents, San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties

Crowder served as Palo Alto City Planner from 1972-1982 and was on the Portola Valley Planning Commission from 1974-1982. From 1987 to 1997 she was a member of the San Mateo County Trails Advisory Committee. She was an elected member...

 
Land use planning in Alameda County and in California [sound recording], 1979, 1982.

Background interviews conducted by Malca Chall of the Regional Oral History Office as background for Statewide and regional land-use planning in California (BANC MSS 84/10 c)

 
Landacre (Paul) Archive

This collection consists of artwork, association items, manuscripts, correspondence, printed items, and original blocks related to the activities of Paul Landacre and his work as an illustrator....

 
Landahl (Herbert D.) Papers

Papers include correspondence, grant applications, reports, relating to Dr. Landahl's teaching, research and the Society for Mathematical Biology and its publication, the ...

 
Landau (George W.) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, clippings and other printed matter, and video tapes, relating to American relations with Paraguay, Chile, Venezuela, and other countries in Latin America.

 
Landau (Rom) Collection

The collection primarily contains correspondence laid in books of Landau's, which were purchased by UCSB in 1967....

 
Landau (Rom) Middle East Collection

The Landau Collection consists chiefly of Rom Landau's personal library and other materials, notably clippings, periodicals and government documents that he used in teaching coursework in Islamic Studies at the University of the Pacific. The primary focus of these materials...

 
Landau (Saul) papers

This collection contains 16mm films, videocassettes, documents, and other material regarding the professional work of Saul Landau, scholar and filmmaker on foreign and domestic policy issues as well as Professor Emeritus at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

 
Landau (Saul) papers

Interview transcripts, correspondence, sound recording, videotape cassettes, and motion picture film reels, relating to political conditions and revolutionary movements in Latin America.

 
Landauer (Carl) papers

Correspondence, printed matter, and sound recordings of interviews, relating to economics, world politics, and efforts to aid German Jewish refugees to the United States during the 1930s and World War II.

 
Lander Family Papers

The papers of Edward Lander consist of a photograph of the bust of Edward; letters from his father and relatives, 1853-1858; miscellaneous legal, military and financial documents; political and military broadsides; printed speeches and poems; and numerous clippings....

 
Landes, David L. (David Lamont) Photographs from the David L. Landes papers [graphic].

Includes photographs of Landes and associates, especially pertaining to his activities with the Disabled International Support Effort (DISE) and other efforts related to disabled persons and disability rights, including organizations and events in the United States, Cuba and Nicaragua.

 
Landesen (Arthur C.) Papers

Correspondence, memoranda, and miscellanea, relating to White Russian consular activities in San Francisco.

 
Landing of the first transpacific telegraph cable at Ocean Beach, San Francisco, Calif. [graphic].

Panoramic images, probably by an amateur photographer, depicting a crowd gathering in anticipation of the landing of the first transpacific telegraph cable on December 12, 1902 at Ocean Beach, San Francisco, Calif. Visible offshore is cable ship Silverton of the...

 
Landis (John) papers

The John Landis papers span the years circa 1978-1998 and encompass 24 linear feet. The collection consists almost entirely of scripts and production material on more than a dozen films directed by Landis. There is one scrapbook with Italian-language clippings...

 
Lando (Maximillian N.) Estate Collection

Copies of legal papers relating to the contested estate of Maximillian Nandor Lando, who left much of his estate to the "good people of Los Angeles."

 
Lando (Richard) Audio Recordings

Surrogate audio recordings of Cahuilla bird songs recorded by Richard Lando in May, 1968. Originally recorded on reel to reel tape at the Malki Fiesta on the Morongo Indian Reservation and in private session. Participants include Joe Patencio, Alvino Siva,...

 
Landon Fellom San Jose document transcriptions, 1791-1850.

Written transcriptions in English of various San Jose documents and correspondence between 1791 and 1850. These were originated by a number of government and church officials, and cover a variety of civil, religious, and military matters.

 
Lands Commission Records

The California State Lands Commission Records consist of 43 cubic feet of textual records with selected photographs and maps interfiled reflecting the Commission's management and supervision of California's state owned lands. There are 0.25 cubic feet of VHS Video tapes...

 
Land's End, S. F. [graphic].

Print depicts view of Pacific Ocean from the Land's End area of San Francisco, with fishermen on rocks in foreground and a foghorn/light structure in distance.

 
Landscape architecture : the profession in California, 1935-1940, and Telesis : oral history transcript / 1993.

Eckbo discusses his family background; studies at the University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard Graduate School of Design; work for the New York World's Fair, the Farm Security Administration, San Francisco; and Telesis.

Landscape Prints and Drawings Collection

Since its founding in 1956 the Grunwald Center has acquired a formidable number of landscape prints and drawings dating from the Renaissance to the present. A 1988 bequest of more than 850 landscape prints and drawings from the collection of...

 
Landscapes Glass Plate Negatives Collection

The Landscapes Glass Plate Negatives Collection contains 299 original glass plate negatives of various late 19th century geographic landscapes and locations taken by an unknown photographer circa 1850-1886. The negatives represented include 252 images of New Zealand, including the now...

 
Landscapes of the West [graphic].

Photographs depict landscapes within various wilderness preserves of the western United States. Subjects include: Prisoner's Harbor (Santa Cruz Island Preserve, Calif.), Ear Mountain (Pine Butte Swamp Preserve, Mont.), Cascade Head (Cascade Head Preserve, Oregon), Christy Beach (Santa Cruz Island Preserve),...

 
Lane (Charles) papers

Writings, notes, printed matter, sound recordings, photographs, and miscellanea, relating to military conflicts in Central America and in Bosnia.

 
Lane (Craig J.) Production Papers

This collection of papers spanning from 1999-2000 document First Assistant Craig J. Lane’s work on production of the television movies The Secret of Giving (1999) and By Dawn’s Early Light (2000). Craig J. Lane (b. October 10, 1961) lives and...

 
Lane (L. W.) miscellany

Photographs, speech transcript, printed matter, and flags, relating mainly to the United Nations.

 
Lane (Pauline) Papers

Primarily ordinal writings by Pauline Lane, translations of foreign works into English, and books of poems. Also includes some newspaper clippings regarding the dedication of the Cooper Medical College Building (given by her husband Levi Cooper Lane in 1882), later...

 
Lane (Thomas A.) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, press releases, and printed matter, relating to American foreign and military policy, the Vietnamese War, other public policy issues, and activities of Americans for Constitutional Action and other conservative and anti-communist organizations. Includes a few items...

 
Lang (Erwin) Bookstore Event Party Photographs

Erwin Lang photographs of an unidentified bookstore event party, undated.

 
Lang (Fred S.) Company Archive

This collection contains correspondence, ephemera and other materials of and made by The Fred S. Lang Company of Los Angeles, from academic prospectuses to an invitation for an exhibit of Mr. Lang's work held by the Rounce & Coffin Club.

 
Langdon (E. A.) Letter

Letter from E. A. Langdon, April 10, 1887, to a cousin pertaining to the Lathrop and Langdon genealogies.

 
Langdon (Margaret) Papers

The Margaret Langdon papers contain correspondence; proposals and projects, primarily the Comparative Dictionary of Yuman Languages consisting of correspondence, contracts, evaluations, data entries, and drafts. Also included are Langdon's conference and workshop presentations along with numerous articles published in professional...

Lange (Dorothea) Collection

In the three decades since its acquisition by the Oakland Museum of California, the Dorothea Lange archive has received heavy use by scholars, researchers, and the general public. The astonishing range of subjects and themes addressed by Lange over a...

 
Lange (F. W. T.) letter

Relates to the collection of literature on World War I.

 
Lange (George Adam) papers

Orders, reports, correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to American naval operations, especially in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and to Franklin D. Roosevelt.

 
Lange (Harold M.) collection of material about Malawi

This collection consists primarily of reports, correspondence, and meeting minutes of educational committees involved in establishing and or improving educational programs in Malawi as well as reports, correspondence, and pamphlets concerning the Malawi Polytechnic University Project. This collection also includes...

 
Lange (William Harry) Papers

William Harry Lange (1912-2004) served as Professor of Entomology at the University of California, Davis. His papers contain correspondence from 1943-1951 regarding work on insecticides and their usefulness in controlling crop pests, reprints of his articles, and some research materials...

 
Langelier (Wilfred F.) Papers

Collection includes reprints of journal articles authored or co-authored by Langelier and articles that discuss Langelier's work, P. H. McGauhey's draft (unused) introduction to the Langelier oral history, a photograph album, a bound volume of Langelier's works, etc....

 
Langhorst shop [graphic]

Views of the jewelry shop of John Henry Langhorst, Jackson, Calif., including a cabinet card port. of Langhorst (by Wallace Kay of San Francisco)

 
Langmuir (Robert V.) Papers

The Robert Vose Langmuir papers document only a small portion of Langmuir's work. Notably absent is material on the Caltech synchrotron. Files include technical reports from the General Electric period, with an acccount of the discovery of synchrotron radiation by...

 
Langs (Robert) Papers

Manuscript and galley proofs for psychiatrist Langs's 1987 book .

 
Langsner (Jules) papers

Jules Langsner was born on May 5, 1911, in New York, New York and died in Los Angeles, California, on September 29, 1967. Langsner was surrounded by intellectuals and artists from a young age, and became a celebrated art writer,...

 
Langston Hughes collection, [ca. 1934-1966]

Letters written to Roy Blackburn; manuscripts of some short stories, a play, and a poem; sheet music with lyrics by him; programs for his plays, music dramas, lectures, etc.; printed copies of poems and articles; clippings; photographs; recordings; obituaries.

 
Language and Education Research (Center for). Administrative files.

Record Series 417 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Center for Language and Education Research. Files include abstracts, meeting minutes, committee documentation, conference materials, contracts, articles, reports, press, and proposals.

 
Language and Education Research (CLEAR) (Center for). Computer floppy disks.

Record Series 418 contains files stored on computer floppy disks, generated by the Center for Language Education and Research at the University of California, Los Angeles between 1985-1989.

 
Language and Education Research (CLEAR) (Center for). Reports.

Record Series 416 contains reports generated by UCLA's Center for Language and Education Research (CLEAR).

 
Language Education and Research (Center for). Audio Cassette Tapes and Transcriptions.

Record Series 419 contains tapes and transcriptions of the "Seminar on Two Way Bilingual Immersion Programs" held by the Center for Language Education and Research in 1986. Tapes and transcripts relate elementary school class sessions.

 
Language Education and Research (Center for). Correspondence Files.

Record Series 415 contains correspondence, proposals, and memos from the Center for Language Education and Research.

 
Langum (David J., Sr.) Legal Papers

The David J. Langum, Sr. Legal Papers, 1968-1978 document Langum's ten-year tenure in San José, California as a practicing attorney and resident. The papers consist of complete legal files and a sampling of other legal cases. Langum is a lawyer,...

 
Lankes (J.J.) collection of bookplates designed by

A collection of bookplates designed by J.J. Lankes.

 
Lanman and Kemp correspondence, 1852-1881.

130 items of correspondence relating to the drug and medicine trade in San Francisco and California. Includes correspondence with the firm's retailers in San Francisco, including Hostetter & Smith (later Hostetter, Smith & Dean), A.F. Downing & Son, and the...

 
Lanman and Kemp. Letters from California druggists : ALS, 1850-1880.

Includes information on purchase and sale of drugs, method of shipment, and the promotion of "Florida water."

 
Lanman and Kemp miscellany, 1857-1870.

8 folders of materials relating to business conducted by the Lanman and Kemp includes receipts for shipping items, newspaper advertisement clippings, and correspondence with suppliers and retailers.

 
Lanman (Charles) Papers

Charles Lanman (1819-1895) was an editor, librarian, and author. He also wrote travel accounts of his explorations in wilderness areas of the eastern United States, and is best known as the publisher of the , first issued in 1859. The...

 
Lanneret (Pierre) Papers

Writings, notes, correspondence, serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, internal bulletins, and photographs, relating to left-wing resistance activities in France during World War II, and to libertarian socialist and communist movements in France, the United States and elsewhere.

 
Lannon (Albert Vetere) Labor Workshop Collection

Consists of issues of bulletins, numbers 1-7 (1969-1970) published by the Labor Workshop of Chicago, along with a small amount of correspondence between Lannon and Workshop members, regarding the mission and focus of the newly formed group.

 
Lanny Baugniet collection of Theatre Rhinoceros pictorial material [graphic].

Posters, fliers and production photographs for productions at Theatre Rhinoceros, a gay and lesbian theatre company in San Francisco, during its early years.

 
Lanny Baugniet collection of Theatre Rhinoceros records and ephemera, 1977-1996 (bulk 1977-1986).

Contains the articles of incorporation, bylaws, audience questionnaires, play programs, theatrical reviews, and season brochures. Collected by Lanny Baugniet.

 
Lanouette/Szilard Papers

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

 
Lansburgh (G. Albert) Collection, 1891-1939

The collection documents Lansburgh's student work, travels, and architectural projects.

 
Lansdale (Edward G.) Papers

Writings, memoranda, reports, studies, correspondence, printed matter, sound recordings, and photographs, relating to the Vietnamese War, and to counter-guerrilla operations, especially in Vietnam and the Philippines.

 
Lansford Warren Hastings papers, 1847-1849.

Includes letter to Richard Mitchell Sherman, requesting supplies be sent by Sutter's launch, and a bill of exchange.

 
Lansing (Robert) miscellaneous papers

Diaries, correspondence, and memoranda, relating to American foreign policy during World War I and to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. Photocopy.

 
Lansing (Warren) Typescript diary

Relates to conditions in France at the time of its capitulation in World War II.

 
Lanterman (Frank) papers

The Frank Lanterman papers, 1955-1978 (bulk 1965-1978), represent a part of the legislative career of Frank Lanterman, who served in the California State Assembly from 1951 to 1978. Lanterman, who was responsible for almost 400 bills during his 28-year career,...

 
Lantern Slide Collection

Artificial collection of glass positives. Scenic travel views (including national parks and buildings and monuments), motion pictures-related slides including theater announcement cards and topics including Egyptology and inventions. 1915-1929, undated.

 
Lantern slides advertising household products [graphic]

Color slides of advertising drawings for products carried by a San Francisco hardware firm, apparently designed for theater projection. Items advertised include paint, appliances, roofing materials, etc.

 
Lantern slides, ca. 1920-1940 bulk 1922-1939

The lantern slides were collected by the Scripps librarian Ruth Ragan. The slides include original photographs and images copied from books and articles illustrating oceanographic research. Each slide is identified and labelled, although the date is only occasionally given. Ms....

 
Lantern slides from the Elwood Mead papers [graphic]

About half of the views in this collection relate to reclamation and resettlement project in Australia, including some general views of Leeton. Many maps, announcements, views of farming, factories, etc. are pictured. The other views relate to irrigation and land...

 
Lantern slides of agricultural laborers in California [graphic]

Views of itinerant farm workers and campsites in various California locations.

 
Lantern slides of Alaska and California [graphic]

Views of California mainly show San Francisco (Cliff House, Chinatown, Sutro Baths, etc.) but also include Sacramento, Catalina Island, Mt. Lowe, the Hotel del Coronado, Sacramento, and missions. Many of the views of Alaska relate to Indians: portraits (some in...

 
Lantern slides of Calistoga, Napa, and St. Helena, Calif. [graphic]

Viticulture and other scenes of the Napa Valley regions. Some show Luther Burbank at work in a garden.

 
Lantern slides of churches of Northern California [graphic]

Includes: Christian Church, Pacific Grove; Lakeport; Fortuna; Vacaville; Christian Church, Willows; and 2 views of an unidentified Christian Church.

 
Lantern Slides of Europe, Mexico, and the United States

This collection depicts images of Switzerland, England, Mexico, Washington D.C., and New England. Thirty-two of the 84 slides were made by the Art and Travel Company based in Chicago.

 
Lantern slides of Japan [graphic]

Views picture various scenes from Japan: workers in rice fields, ladies in kimonos, a statue of Budda, a temple, street scenes, street vendors (coal, wood, etc.), an American flag in a parade, street cleaning, fishermen, theater (and audience), boats, and...

 
Lantern slides of logging and forestry [graphic]

Slides are divided into regions according to the type of timber grown: The Douglas Fir region (Oregon and Washington); the Redwood Region: (Northern and Central California) and the Ponderosa Pine Region: (Arizona, California, Montana) and within each region there are...

 
Lantern slides of logging and forestry [graphic]

Slides are divided into regions according to the type of timber grown: The Douglas Fir region (Oregon and Washington); the Redwood Region: (Northern and Central California) and the Ponderosa Pine Region: (Arizona, California, Montana) and within each region there are...

 
Lantern slides of Los Angeles views [graphic]

Lantern slides show a Los Angeles street scene, including the store of Harris Newmark and the I.W. Hellman building; Pico House, Merced Theater, and Masonic Hall; the Old Court House; and a view of the city including the Gas Works,...

 
Lantern slides of Mexico and American Southwest [graphic]

Slides of sites, maps, early printed sources, etc. relating to the history of Mexico and the American Southwest. Apparently used for teaching in the U.C. Berkeley Department of History.

 
Lantern slides of San Francisco Bay Area bridges and the Oakland estuary tunnel construction [graphic].

Slides depict the construction of the Carquinez Bridge, San Francisco Bay Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, and the Oakland estuary tunnel. Also present are views of U.C. Berkeley's Sather Tower under construction.

 
Lantern slides of Sierra Nevada scenes [graphic]

Wilderness scenes and Sierra Club outings, primarily in the Sierra Nevada range.

 
Lantern slides of Sierra Nevada scenes [graphic]

Collection of lantern slides depicting Sierra Nevada scenes such as wilderness, waterfalls, Sierra Club[?] outings and horseback riding, Some views of O'Shaughnessy Dam (Hetch Hetchy) and a Johnson Jeffries boxing match are also included.

 
Lantern Slides of Southern California, Canada, and Other Miscellaneous Topics

These lantern slides make up a group of mostly unidentified slides created by unknown photographers. Many slides show people, children, scenery, and farming; these scenes appear to be in the southern California area.

 
Lantern slides of the American Southwest [graphic]

Views of aspects of Indian life in the Southwest, including dances, Zuni rituals, pueblos, and Navajo blanket weaving. Mesa Verde, the Acoma pueblo and various places in Arizona and New Mexico are pictured.

 
Lantern slides of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906 [graphic]

Views of the aftermath of the earthquake of 1906. Includes earthquake damage, the burning city, the post-fire homeless, and relief efforts.

 
Lantern slides relating to Ishi [graphic]

Slides show Ishi in traditional and contemporary dress: holding a bow, cleaning an animal, etc. Other views show bark homes, scenery, arrowheads. Also includes a miner at a sluice box, and a man in a canoe. Drawings and plans of...

 
Lantern slides relating to John Muir and the Harriman Alaska Expedition [graphic].

Lantern slides include portraits of John Muir, views of his family and associates, photos of some of Muir's sketches, scenes from the Harriman-Alaska Expedition, etc. Includes photographs of drawings from Alaska.

 
Lantern slides relating to transportation and water supply in California [graphic]

Lantern slides show a table demonstrating water supply related figures, and various proposed transportation alternatives (tunnel, etc.) to connect Oakland with San Francisco.

 
Lantos (Tom) Papers

The Tom Lantos Papers document the career of a Hungarian-born American politician who was the only Holocaust survivor to have served in the United States Congress. He served 14 terms, from 1981-2008, in the United States House of Representatives as...

 
Lantz (Walter) Archive

Collection consists of materials related to the career of cartoon animator, Walter Lantz. Includes production files, subject files, cels, drawings, backgrounds, exposure sheets, and comic books and posters. Production files contain writer's and director's materials used in pre-and early production....

 
Lanz (Henry) Papers

The materials consist of three published articles from .

 
Lanz (Hubert) memoirs

Relates to German mountain warfare operations in the Soviet Caucasus and in Yugoslavia and Greece during World War II. Photocopy.

 
Lanza (Ron) collection of Josie's Cabaret and Juice Joint Records

The collection primarily comprises promotional cards, flyers, and posters; publicity photographs; and media reviews regarding events and performers promoted at Josie's Cabaret and Juice Joint, bulk 1991-1998. A Castro institution for 10 years, Josie's Cabaret and Juice Joint provided a...

 
Lapel pin collection

Lapel pins from the United States relating to political parties, elections, the World War I war effort, relief activities, and a variety of other topics.

 
LaPena (Frank R.) Papers

The personal papers of Frank LaPena consist of material relating to one of three areas: his artwork, Native Americans, and his tenure as professor at California State University, Sacramento. The records associated with his art include correspondence, clippings, brochures, exhibit...

 
Lapham (Lewis H.) Papers

Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to Harper's Magazine.

 
Lapham (Roger D.) photograph collection

The Roger D. Lapham photograph collection, 1892-1956, bulk 1915-1945, (SAFR 23379, P79-092a) is comprised mainly of photographs of American-Hawaiian Steamship Company vessels. The collection has been processed to the Item level and is open for use.

 
Lapham (Roger Dearborn) papers

Policy papers, memoranda, estimates, relating to American aid to China.

 
Lapidus (Gail W.) Papers

The papers consist primarily of research files containing both articles (in English and printed in Cyrillic - exact Slavic language unknown, but presumably Russian) and drafts of papers on the Soviet Union from as early as 1966 and as late...

 
LaPiere (Richard T.) Papers

These papers document LaPiere's writing career and include correspondence and reviews of THE FREUDIAN ETHIC and five of his other published books; typescript articles and lectures; typescripts of four unpublished books; and reprints of his scholarly articles.

 
Laplace (Pierre Simon) Papers

Includes scientific papers, published and unpublished; texts of formal scientific projects; correspondence, both scientific and personal; political papers; papers related to personal matters ranging from business accounts to household receipts; the correspondence of Madame Laplace, including hundreds of letters...

 
L'apotre de Narbonne : ou la vie du glorieux Serge Paul, premier eveque de la ville : Narbonne, France : ms., 1650.

Biography of Sergius Paulus, first bishop of Narbonne, with a short survey of the episcopal history of the town after Paulus' death at the end.

 
Lapteff (Alexis V.) Papers

Memoirs, reports, and photographs, relating to relief work in the Ufa-Urals district.

 
Larcom (Lucy) Collection

The collection contains correspondence, photographs, cards, family history, and clippings, ca. 1846-1893, relating to Lucy Larcom (1824-1893), a Massachusetts poet, story writer, essayist, abolitionist, and friend of John Greenleaf Whittier....

 
Lardner (Ring, Jr.) papers

The Ring Lardner Jr. papers span the years 1920-2002 (bulk 1941-1995) and encompass 17.1 linear feet. The collection consists primarily of script material and personal papers. Of special interest is his collection of relevant material regarding the blacklist, including numerous...

 
Large (Jean Henry) miscellaneous papers

Writings, a diary, correspondence, and photographs, relating to the genealogy of the Henry family and to personal affairs of Jean Henry Large and Lou Henry Hoover.

 
Largo (Donna Mae) Video Collection

A series of videos featuring Cahuilla basketmaker, basketmaking instructor, and medicinal plant expert Donna Mae Largo teaching courses in these subjects in classes and at museums. Filmed between the years 1983-2000 by Maree Cheatham.

 
Larin (Georgii Pavlovich) Papers

These papers contain the correspondence of Georgii Pavlovich Larin, a Russian émigré and Cossack, who was active in China, and later emigrated to Australia. Included are various materials relating to the activities of the Bratstvo russkoi pravdy in China, a...

 
Larkin (George) Papers

George Larkin (1888-1946) starred in many silent films and wrote mystery scripts with his wife, Olive Kirby Larkin, including (1922) and (1924), which became silent films in which George Larkin also starred. The collection consists of manuscripts jointly written by...

 
Larkin House Collection (Monterey State Historic Park)

The Larkin House Collection consists of material connected with the Larkin House State Historic Monument in Monterey, California. In this historic adobe, decisions were made and actions taken that shaped the early history of the State of California. The collection,...

 
Larkin House Records

The materials consist of photographs, video recordings, and yearbooks from Larkin House, one of Stanford's undergraduate residence halls.

 
Larkin (Thomas O.) Account Books

Invoices of merchandise shipped and consigned to John A.C. Holmes for sale in California, 1827-29, and accounts with crew members on the brig, Maria Esther, 1829-31. Daybooks, journals, ledgers, cash book and miscellaneous accounts for his store in Monterey; accounts...

 
Larkin (Thomas O.) Papers

The bulk of the collection consists of Larkin's correspondence concerning business, politics, consular affairs, and issues relating to the U.S. conquest of California.

 
Larkspur, California pictorial miscellany [graphic]

Views of Larkspur, Calif. include homes, gardens, stores, public buildings, hotels, the train station, Magnolia Ave., general scenery, parades and festivals, and swimmers. Other topics: roads, trains, buggies, aerial views, etc. Identified portraits include Frank Morrison Pixley, W.H. Mahoney(?), and...

 
Larminat (Joseph de) diary

Relates to the imprisonment of J. de Larminat at Mont-Dore, France, by Vichy government officials.

 
Larrance Page negative collection [graphic]

Chiefly various scenes in California; includes many shots of the University of California, Berkeley, campus.

 
Larry Keenan, Jr. papers, 1963-2009.

The Larry Keenan, Jr. Papers document Keenan's career as a photographer. Included in the collection are his correspondence with friends and colleagues, including Michael McClure and Bruce Conner; exhibition files, most notably for his shows of Beat era photographs held...

 
Larry Keenan, Jr. photograph archive [graphic].

The Larry Keenan, Jr. archive is most notable for its documentation of the counter-culture of the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1960s and early 1970s. Youth and popular culture (rock music), the arts (literary and visual arts), and prominent...

 
Larsen (E. S.) collection

Clippings, reports, and pamphlets, relating to political events in East Asia.

 
Larsen (Richard D.) Photograph Collection

The Richard D. Larsen photograph collection consists of 55 photographs of an Arbor Day tree planting ceremony in Joaquin Miller Park in Oakland, California on March 7, 1978. Many of photographs show California Governor Jerry Brown speaking to a crowd...

 
Larson (Arnold B.) Collection About the Los Angeles Press Club

Arnold Byron (Wolf) Larson (1901- ) worked for many newspapers and news services in the Midwest and California as a reporter, editor and columnist. He later went into private practice as a publicist for various organizations and agencies, including the...

 
Larson (Clarence E.) collection

American leaflets dropped on Japanese cities in conjunction with the atomic bombing of Japan, calling for Japanese surrender. Includes translations. Photocopy.

Larson (James Timothy): The Creative Legacy Collection

Timothy James Larson (1942-2011) served as pastor, educator, therapist and caregiver. After becoming permanently disabled, he wrote spiritual journals, memoirs and poetry. This collection includes his over 4000 page dream journal, along with other writings.

 
Larson (John A.) Papers

The John A. Larson papers contain material primarily compiled by Larson and possibly others as background for papers and books. Includes correspondence, writings, material related to his professional career, polygraphs, subject files, and clippings. The bulk of the collection is...

 
Larson (Roger K.) Papers

The Roger K. Larson papers measure 5 linear inches and date from 1988 to 1997. The papers are comprised of book auction catalogs which document one man's deep respect for scholarship as well as the sweep of California and Western...

 
Larsons (M. J.) papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to life in Russia prior to the 1917 Revolution; the persecution of the Jews in Russia and their emigration to Germany, 1904-1906; Soviet financial and commercial policy, 1918-1925; the purchase...

 
Las Animas Rancho Abstract

This collection consists of eight bound volumes of copies from official records and one index volume. The volumes document chains of title to lands encompased within the Las Animas Rancho in and around Gilroy.

 
Las Donas. Administrative files.

Record Series 686 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Las Donas. Files include Morning reports, president's books, meeting minutes, membership profiles, by-laws, reports, and other administrative materials.

 
Las Donas. Scrapbooks.

Record Series 685 contains the scrapbooks of UCLA's Las Donas generated from 1969-1995.

 
Las Vegas photographs [graphic].

Photographs taken in Las Vegas, Nevada for Life Magazine, including scenes of gamblers playing card games and slot machines in casinos, bingo games, diners at a buffet, an unidentified man on the construction site of a large motel, and showgirls...

 
Lasartemay Family Papers

The Lasartemay family papers include correspondence, essays, funeral and theater programs, invitations, résumés, photographs, and newspapers clippings documenting primarily the family’s participation in various civic organizations. The papers are organized in to four series: Eugene P. Lasartemay, Ruth Hackett Lasartemay,...

 
A. Lascy reminiscences : ms.S.

A series of four sketches relating to Calaveras County, prepared for members of the Calaveras Society, containing recollections of his move to the county in 1850 and his experiences gold mining.

 
Lasic-Vasojevic (Milija M.) holograph

Relates to conditions in Yugoslavia during World War II and to Yugoslav resistance movements and ethnic strife. English translation published as Enemies on All Sides: The Fall of Yugoslavia (Washington, 1976). Photocopy.

 
Lask (George E.) Papers

George E. Lask (1866-1936) was a prominent stage director in San Francisco and New York. Lask is famous for staging the first American production of the musical in New York in 1900. The original sextet in the show that Lask...

 
Lasker Lodge Collection

The contents of the collection consist of a bound  minute book, beginning with the first meeting on June 26, 1887 and ending with a meeting on January 23, 1922. In the minute book, besides the meeting minutes, there are lists...

 
Laskowicz (Krystyna) papers

Correspondence, personal documents, photographs, printed matter, and memorabilia, relating to the Solidarność movement in Poland.

 
Lasota (Irena) collection

Books, pamphlets, and serial issues, relating to political conditions in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Includes underground publications and publications of the Institute for Democracy in Eastern Europe.

 
Lassen (freighter) logbook and records

Lassen (freighter) logbook and records (SAFR 16498, HDC 220) are dated 1924. The log was kept by mate H.G. W. Olsen and records headland, compass readings, weather and climate. There are also remarks about accidents and drills. The LASSEN traveled...

 
Lassen (Harry S.) Papers

Collection contains 1758 travel slides taken by Lassen on his travels around the world. Most are from Africa and South America, but slides from Asia, Europe and North America are also included. Also contains titles for slides, Lassen's notes on...

Lassen Lumber and Box Company Records.

Lassen Lumber and Box Company operated in Susanville, CA. The collection contains copies of administrative materials and photographs.

 
Lasser (David) Papers

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

 
Last Call at Maud's collection

Maud's was a San Francisco lesbian bar open from 1966-1989. This collection docuements the film Included are press packets, documentation of the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary at the Pacific Design Center, various clippings and articles related to research...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Beverage Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of American Beverage Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 2,650 printed items advertising beverage products and related businesses in the United States from the 1840s to the 1940s, with the bulk of the items spanning...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Civil War and Military Prints

The Jay T. Last Collection of American Civil War and Military Prints and Posters consists of over 330 printed works, mostly lithographs. Intaglio and relief prints are also included. The majority of the collection, approximately 250 prints, depict or relate...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Entertainment: Circus Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of American Entertainment: Circus Prints and Ephemera contains more than 650 printed items that relate to circuses in the United States from the 1850s to the 1990s. The collection consists of advertising and promotional materials,...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Entertainment: Performing Arts Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of American Entertainment: Performing Arts Prints and Ephemera contains more than 1,800 printed items primarily advertising theatrical and musical entertainment and related performers in the United States from 1839 to the 1940s, with the majority...

 
Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Entertainment: Theatrical Broadsides and Playbills

This collection contains approximately 1,000 printed 19th and early 20th century entertainment broadsides, playbills, and related advertisements, and forms a subset within the Jay T. Last American Entertainment Collection. These items date from 1809 to 1923, with the bulk spanning...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Fairs and Expositions Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of American Fairs and Expositions Prints and Ephemera contains more than 1,900 printed items that relate to fairs, exhibitions, expositions, and other similar gatherings and events in the United States from 1834 to 1970, with...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Firefighting Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of American Firefighting Prints and Ephemera contains more than 150 printed items that relate to firefighting and the activities and organizations of firemen in the United States from approximately 1820 to 1909. The collection consists...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Food: California Citrus Box Labels

The California Citrus Box Labels, a subset within the Jay T. Last Collection of American Food, contains more than 1000 lithographed labels that relate to the California citrus industry in the United States from 1880 to 1960, with the bulk...

 
Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Transportation: N.N. Hill Brass Company Business Correspondence

The N. N. Hill Brass Company business correspondence, a subset within the Jay T. Last Collection of American Transportation, contains records of the N.N. Hill Brass Company, a bell manufacturing company in East Hampton, Connecticut, that date from the early...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Transportation Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of American Transportation Prints and Ephemera contains more than 730 printed items that relate to land-based modes of transportation primarily in the United States from the 1820s to the early 1900s. The bulk of the...

 
Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Transportation: Railroad Passes

The Railroad Passes in the Jay T. Last Collection of American Transportation consist of over 3,000 railroad passes issued primarily by American railroad companies to individuals in the 19th and 20th centuries, with the bulk of the collection dating from...

 
Last (Jay T.) Collection of American Transportation Railroad Stock and Bond Certificates

The Railroad Stock and Bond Certificates in the Jay T. Last Collection of American Transportation consist of more than 1,100 railroad stock and bond certificates primarily issued by American railroad companies to individuals in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Last (Jay T.) Collection of American View Prints

The prints in the Jay T. Last Collection of American Views consist of over 190 mostly lithographic prints depicting physical locales primarily in the United States. These images date from 1824 to 1913, with the bulk of the items...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Fashion Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Fashion Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 6,900 items dating from the 1570s to the 1940s, with the bulk of the items spanning from 1825 to 1900. This collection consists of fashion plates, advertising prints,...

 
Last Monday Club records, 1978-2009.

Contains correspondence, newsletters, directories, photographs, compact discs, and related materials of a professional businesswomen's networking organization based in Oakland, California. Also includes a master's thesis on the club titled, "The effectiveness of networking for women," written by Joan Bennett Dunbar.

 
The last White general : oral history transcript / and related material, 1972.

Military training in Russia; experiences during World War I and the revolution; anti-Bolshevik movement; military events during the civil war in Siberia; emigration to California 1923; Russian emigré settlement in San Francisco. Photographs inserted.

 
Lasus family papers

The Lasus family papers document the couple’s experiences during the Holocaust, including Mr. Lasus’s imprisonment in Dachau in 1938, the couple’s residence in Shanghai from 1939-1948, and their eventual emigration to the United States. The Lasus Family papers provide insight...

 
Laszlo (Paul) papers

The Paul László papers span 24 linear feet and date from 1925 to 1975. The collection primarily consists of presentation boards of commercial buildings (interior and exterior) and furniture designs. However, the collection also contains architectural drawings and reprographic copies,...

 
Lataillade (Cesario) Papers

Correspondence and a legal opinion prepared for Cesario Eugene Lataillade regarding the ownership of properties formerly owned by his father Cesario Lataillade and his mother Antonia Maria Lataillade and properties jointly owned by Lataillade and his business partner Gaspar Oreña.

 
Latham (J. David) Psychological Surveys

Psychological surveys, research papers, correspondence, administrative materials, and printed research materials created by psychologist J. David Latham (1954-1986) in the course of his research on homosexuality within heterosexual marriages, and on gay recovering alcoholics.

 
Latham (Milton S.) Papers

Summary: Contains two letters (1850) which describe Latham's trip and arrival in San Francisco. A Day Journal, January 1, 1860 to May 6, 1860, describes his election and first months as a senator in Washington, D.C. Typed transcripts of the...

 
Latham (William Boyd Jr.) Diary, 1851-1851

This collection consists of the daily diary kept by William Boyd Latham, Jr. during the year of 1851. Entries were made inconsistently and pertain primarily to Latham's work for the Freeman and Company Western Express located in Sacramento, California. Latham...

 
Lathen (Stanley) Collection

The collection is comprised of documents and photographs from Lathen's labor and political activities in Vallejo. It ranges from a 1928 Plasterers' & Cement Finishers' Union Constitution to a 1995 holiday card from Bill and Hillary Clinton. Also included are...

 
Lathen (Stanley) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Stanley Lathen conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Central figure in labor movement of Vallejo, California, World War II until retirement, 1968; organizer for Vallejo Plasterers Union, early 1930s to 1941; in 1941 revitalized Retail Store Employees...

 
Lathill T. Chase letter, 1856.

Letter and typescript.

 
Lathill T. Chase letter, 1856.

Letter and typescript.

 
Lathrop (Alice G.) Photograph Album

Photographs, mostly cabinet cards, and one tintype of unidentified friends and family members, taken by San Francisco photographers.

 
Lathrop Family Papers

These papers pertain to the Lathrop family, in particular Dyer Lathrop and Daniel Shields. Dyer Lathrop's papers, 1820-1849, pertain largely to his business affairs and include letters, bills, notes, and receipts, including accounts with the Spring Street Mission House, 1828-1833....

 
Lathrop Family Photograph Album

Photographs of members of the Lathrop family of New York and California, including Jane Lathrop Stanford and her brother, Charles Gardner Lathrop.

 
Lathrop Family Photograph Album

Album from Jane Lathrop Stanford's family; most of the people pictured have surnames other than Lathrop. Album includes photographs of a college campus in Gambier, Ohio.

 
Lathrop (Frank L.) Papers

Correspondence, newsclippings, manuscripts, and reports related primarily to the Klamath River Compact....

 
Lathrop (Helen) Notebook

The notebook is labeled literature and includes notes on the definition of literature, Anglo Saxon works, rhythm and meter, Beowulf, Bede the Venerable, Biblical texts, and Cynewulf’s writings. Collection also includes one photograph of Lathrop....

 
Latimer (Jonathan) Miscellaneous Scripts and Screenplays

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

 
Latin American architecture [graphic] : colonial subjects and antiquity.

Architectural views of unidentified buildings in Latin America. Some in Mexico.

Latin American Labor Movements collection of newspapers

A collection of newspapers published by Latin American labor movement.

 
Latin American Perspectives records

This collection contains correspondence, agendas, minutes, proofs, and other material generated during the creation of , a theoretical and scholarly journal for discussion and debate on the political economy of capitalism, imperialism, and socialism in the Americas.

 
Latin American political poster miscellany

A miscellany of posters, compiled by the library, covering Latin American political themes.

 
Latin American political posters

The emphasis of this artificial collection made by a book dealer is Latin American political events occurring in the San Francisco Bay Area. There are also posters originating in Mexico and Central and South America.

 
Latin American Strategic Studies Institute collection

Reports, studies, booklets, pamphlets, press summaries, press releases, bulletins, newsletters, serial issues, journal articles, and clippings, relating to political and human rights conditions in Nicaragua, the contra guerrilla war in Nicaragua, relations between the United States and Nicaragua, and American...

 
Latin American Subject Collection

Reports, correspondence, position papers, bulletins, serial issues, newsletters, campaign material, speeches, minutes, resolutions, printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating to political conditions in various Latin American countries, especially to guerrilla activities, election campaigns and civil rights; and to United States...

 
Latino Community Justice Center Records

This is a collection of case files from the Latino Community Justice Center. Each of the case files documents a complaint regarding misconduct/abuse on the part of police or sheriffs department personnel or misconduct/abuse on the part of the Immigration...

 
Latino Cultural Heritage Oral History Project Collection

The Latino Cultural Heritage Oral History Project Collection contains interviews conducted with several donors to the Latino Cultural Heritage Archives as part of the Urban Archives Center’s efforts to expand its holdings documenting the Latino and Chicano experience in Southern...

 
Latino Periodicals Collection

These serials were originally collected by the Colección Tloque Nahuaque (CTN), the Chicano Studies research library collection in the UCSB Library. The Periodical collection is arranged alphabetically by title and lacks subject access but includes materials on a variety of...

 
[Latino--production elements] /

Outtakes, selects, dialogue tracks, foley tracks, trims, audio rolls, dailies, music mixes and transfers from the feature-length motion picture, Latino (1985). The bulk of the collection consists of 35 mm. safety preprint material, with the remainder of the collection comprised...

 
Laton Alton Huffman Photographs, [ca. 1905, 1913]

The collection contains four black/white copy prints of a Montana roundup, taken by Western photographer Laton Alton Huffman, of Miles City, Montana, ca. 1905, 1913. There are two copies of one print that appears as image no. 114 in Mark...

 
Laton (Leonard) Collection of Anthony (Tony) J. Sansone Photographs

The collection contains original photographs and a book featuring figure studies of Anthony (Tony) J. Sansone, a physique model and dancer from New York. A protégé of Charles Atlas, Sansone was a much sought-after model for photographers and artists during...

 
Latvia before and after the establishment of an authoritative regime mimeograph

Relates to the abolition of parliamentary democracy in Latvia in 1934.

 
Latvia Sutnieciba (Sweden) Records

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, relating to Latvian foreign relations and to Latvian-Swedish relations. Records of the Latvian Embassy in Stockholm.

 
Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies collection

Newsletters, annual reports, pamphlets, clippings, and printed matter, relating to human rights and ethnic relations in Latvia. Collected by the Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies. Includes neo-fascist literature, and some issuances of the Latvian Center for Human...

 
Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church collection

Books, pamphlets and serial issues, relating to socialism, culture, and Latvians in the United States. Many items had formerly been parts of the library of the San Francisco branch of the Socialist Party Lettish Section. Also includes Amerikas Latweetis serial...

 
Latvian Oral History Project interviews

Sound recordings of interviews of Latvian political leaders, governmental officials, and others, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Latvia. Includes transcripts of questions and some related printed matter. Project sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and...

 
Latvian Subject Collection

Serial issues, election campaign literature, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, other printed matter, and video tapes, relating to various aspects of Latvian history, and especially to the movement culminating in re-establishment of Latvian independence in 1991, and to subsequent Latvian politics and...

 
Latviesu Centrala Komiteja Records

Memoranda, reports, correspondence, registration forms, printed matter, and motion picture film, relating to conditions in Latvia under Soviet and German occupation, and to Latvian displaced persons during and after World War II. Also available on microfilm (199 reels).

 
Latvijas cels records

Programs, conference materials, circulated documents, and other issuances, relating to political conditions in Latvia.

 
Latz (Cora) and Perkins (Etta)photographs

This collection consists of a three photo albums documenting the life Cora Latz and Etta Perkins, an interracial couple, shared together. The two met in 1972 and were together 26 years.

 
Lau (Kenneth) collection

Nationalist Chinese propaganda distributed at a student demonstration in Peking.

 
Lauber (Philip J.) Military Records, 1860-1926

Pertains to the Spanish-American War, Philippines Expedition.

 
Lauer (Gisela) correspondence

Correspondence with German soldiers, relating to German military operations on the Eastern front during World War II.

 
Laughing Policeman Protest Collection

Clippings, flyers, interview transcript, news releases, notes, and studio publicity materials documenting protests in San Francisco directed against the motion picture, , a police thriller released in 1973. Gay and lesbian rights activists objected to the representation of gay men...

 
Laughlin (Helen M.) Papers

Helen Mattheson Laughlin (1883-1960) was the Dean of Women at UCLA. She supervised the working conditions and standards of pay for the many women working part time at the university and was active in providing a housing service and vocational...

 
Laughton (Charles) Papers

Charles Laughton (1899-1962) was a theater and film actor, radio personality, and public performer. The collection consists of photographs, publicity materials, press clippings, correspondence, radio and theatre scripts, screenplays, assorted readings, and miscellaneous items.

Laumann Yosemite Collection, circa 1908, 1923 (bulk circa 1908)

The Laumann Yosemite Collection consists of photographic prints and glass plate negatives of two of the Laumann family's visits to Yosemite National Park and the Sierra, the first in circa 1908 and the second in 1923. Photographs taken by Frank...

 
Launay (Jacques de) Papers

Correspondence, writings, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to various aspects of twentieth-century European history, and especially to Romania and Belgium during World War II; the Little Entente; the relationship between Adolf Hitler and Lord Rothermere, 1933-1939; the Walloon Legion...

 
Launching Bordeaux-style wines in the Napa Valley : oral history transcript : Sterling Vineyards, Newton Vineyard, and Forman Vineyard / 2000.

Childhood in Oakland, CA, and education at UC Davis; working at Stony Hill Vineyard and Robert Mondavi Winery, 1967-1968; developing Sterling Vineyards, 1969-1978: barrel fermentation in French oak, second Merlot in Napa valley, travel, and research in Europe; partner and...

 
Launching of AGOR 14 R/V Melville, July 19, 1968 [videorecording]

The accession consists of a one reel color silent film depicting the launch of an AGOR 14 (Auxilliary General Oceanography Research) oceanographic research vessel named MELVILLE at Defoe Shipbuilding Company in Bay City, Michigan on July 10, 1968. The vessel...

 
Launching of the S.S. Michael Kerr, October 30, 1943 [graphic]

Album contains photos of the construction and launching of the S.S. Michael Kerr, as well as some related ephemera. Many photos show the launching ceremony, including photos of the sponsors.

 
Laurel Hill Cemetery Index No. 1A

Index 1a serves as an alphabetical index for records of where the deceased were buried. It is not clear which book the index pertains to, and the cover is missing. Date range is 1868 -1873. There are 11 pages at...

 
Laurel Leaf and Social Club minutes, [ca. 1880-1892].

Contains minutes to meetings of the Laurel Leaf and Social Club in 1880. Also contains lyrics to songs. added at a later date by William Edward Paul Barry.

 
Laurel Rand Mines collection, 1935-1983

This collection consists of records pertaining to mining claims collectively termed the Laurel Rand Mines, located near Laurel Mountain in the El Paso Mining District of eastern Kern County. Claims associated with the site include: Omega, Clark, Alpha, Junction, Meal...

 
Laurel (Stan) Collection

14 items of ephemera relating to Stan Laurel's vaudeville days with the Karno Company where he served as Charlie Chaplin's understudy and occasional roommate. Most of the items are clippings from Karno performances from 1910 to 1913. There are a...

 
Laurence B. Edwards letters : San Francisco (Calif.), to G. H. Cooper : ALS, 1858-1861.

Describe life in San Francisco and sentiments regarding the Civil War.

 
Laurence B. Haste Christmas cards.

Christmas cards from Laurence and Edith Haste, cards designed by Laurence for others, and some of his illustrations. Two pieces of correspondence regaring Haste's work are included also.

 
 
Lauriston C. Marshall papers, [ca. 1924-1979]

Correspondence, research notes, course notes, and other materials concerning his work on accelerators at the UC Radiation Laboratory and research in the space sciences.

 
Lauriston Calvert Marshall papers : additions, circa 1950-1973.

Primarily correspondence (bulk 1960s) and research files relating to his work in the field of materials science at the Lawrence Berkeley National Labs and Southern Illinois University. Includes cartoon of "Development of Radar B.T.O.".

 
Lauritsen (Charles Christian) Papers

Professor of Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1930-1962. Papers include personal and professional correspondence, research notes and data, manuscripts, reprints, patents, photographs. Covers work at Caltech, consulting work and professional activities, personal and biographical materials. Topics: cold-emission effect, medical physics...

 
Lauritsen (Thomas) Papers

Professor of nuclear physics, California Institute of Technology, 1941-1973. Includes correspondence, proposals, monographs, research data, lecture notes, conference, travel and course materials, materials relating to work with government and professional organizations, e.g., the Atomic Energy Commission, National Academy of Sciences,...

 
Lauritzen (Erik M.) Photograph Collection

This collection consists of photographs by other photographers given to or acquired by Erik M. Lauritzen.

 
Lauritzen (Erik M.) Photographs

This collection contains negatives, photographs and digital prints by the American photographer Erik M. Lauritzen, as well as posters, exhibit announcements, reviews, correspondence, writings by and about him, artwork and ephemera.

 
Lauritzen (Jonreed) Papers

Jonreed Lauritzen (1902- ) contributed travel and descriptive articles to , , and other magazines. He also wrote many children's books. The collection consists of the corrected typescripts and galley proofs of Lauritzen's novels, , and .

 
Lausanne Conference protocol

Autographed by Ramsay Macdonald, prime minister of Great Britain; Sir John Simon, foreign secretary of Great Britain; Franz von Papen, chancellor of Germany; and Dino Grandi, foreign minister of Italy.

 
Lautner (John) Papers

The John Lautner papers contain the comprehensive archive of this Southern California architect who became famous for such innovative structures as Chemosphere (the Malin House) and Silvertop (the Reiner House). Comprised of about 10,000 drawings, photographs and slides, and 17...

 
Lauzanne (Stephane Joseph Vincent) Papers

Writings, transcripts of radio broadcasts, and clippings, relating to French politics and foreign policy, international relations, and the Vichy regime in France during World War II.

 
The lava bed exploration : typescript, 1917-1933.

Copies of excerpts from his diary, 1917-1933, and notes, relating to exploration of the Modoc lava beds and caves.

Laval (Claude C. "Pop") Photographs

Photographs from the Pop Laval Collection in cooperation with the Pop Laval Foundation

 
LaVarre (William) Papers

Memoirs, letters, memoranda, clippings, periodical issues, lists, notes, and financial records, relating to political development in Latin America, especially in the 1930's; United States relations with Latin America, 1933- 1945; the American Mercury; international communist subversion; and international affairs.

 
Lave (Charles A. ) Papers

The collection comprises the papers of economics professor Charles A. Lave, pioneer in the field of transportation economy and co-founder of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). Materials document his research on mass transit,...

 
Lavender (David) - Fort Laramie Collection

Research files from David Lavender, used in writing (Official National Park Handbook, 1983). Mainly photocopies and typed notes of correspondence, diaries, reports and other documents from the latter 19th century.

Lavenson (Alma) California Gold Rush Mining Towns, 1930-1968

The California Gold Rush Mining Towns collection contains 373 photographs taken between 1930 and 1968 by Alma Lavenson. The collection consists of views of several of the towns and camps of the Mother Lode region --the area located roughly between...

 
Lavenson, Alma Photographs from California and other locations [graphic] /

Contains 1939 and 1940 photographs from the Gold Country,Calif.; 1980 photos of the Embarcadero Center and the TransAmerica Building in San Francisco, Calif.; also included are photos from Mikonos, Madeira, Noro Bay and other unidentified locations.

 
Laverne and Shirley television series scripts collection

was an American television sitcom spin-off of the popular television show . The collection consists of 150-plus scripts from the television series (1976-1982). Also included are a small number of scripts from the television show, .

 
LaVerne Ranch, Napa County, California [graphic]

Views of prune orchard, buildings, pasture lands, stock, and vineyards.

 
Lavoipierre (Michel Marie Joseph) Photographs.

Photographs of tables for publication and of parasites, especially fleas and ticks.

 
LaVoy (Merl) China Photographs

The collection contains 104 black and white photographs (with some duplicates) taken by photographer Merl LaVoy in China during the 1920's and 1930s. Many of the photos are taken in the Nanjing (Nanking) area which served as China's capital at...

 
Lavrent'ev (K. I.) typescript

Relates to White Russian activities in Mongolia during the Russian Revolution.

 
Lavrov (Sergei) holograph

Relates to Baron Roman Ungern-Shternberg and White Russian military activities in Mongolia, 1920-1921.

 
Lavrov (Sergey) typescript

Relates to the Japanese capture of Hong Kong during World War II.

 
Law & Order Production Scripts

Production script library for Law & Order franchise, including Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Includes scripts, shooting and location schedules and other production information.

 
The law and the California wine industry : oral history transcript / and related material, 1972-1974.

Comments on his work as general counsel of the Wine Institute from its establishment in 1934; legislation and regulations affecting the industry; the Wine Advisory Board, etc. Photographs inserted.

 
Law (Annie M.) Shell Collection Papers

Includes notebook and notes concerning her shell collection, ca. 1888; draft of letter to Prof. Knowlton re selling her collection, 1888; draft of letter by Fannie Law Andrews regarding death of her sister Annie M. Law and possible sale of...

 
Law enforcement and criminal justice in California, 1966-1976 : oral history transcripts / and related material, 1981-1985.

Interviewees include: Herbert Ellingwood, Law Enforcement Planning and Coordination, 1969-1974; Joseph F. Gunterman, Sacramento Advocate for the Friends Committee on Legislation of California; Robert A. Houghton, Law Enforcement Planning in the Reagan Administration, 1971-1974; Jan Marinissen, "To Let the Legislature...

 
Law enforcement and judicial administration in the Earl Warren era : oral history transcript / and related material, 1970-1981.

Discussion of legal and judicial career of his father, Warren Olney, Jr.; his own career working in Contra Costa County District attorney's office, with Earl Warren in Alameda County district attorney's office and in California Attorney General's Office, as counsel...

 
Law enforcement, race relations: 1930-1960 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-1971.

Comments on his investigation, as police chief of Bakersfield, of the murder of Earl Warren's father; his service, under Attorney General Robert W. Kenny and Governor Warren, on the Law Enforcement Advisory Committee and as coordinator of law agencies and...

 
The Law Firm of Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon: 1919-1941 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1978.

Interviews with two members of the firm's early secretarial staff, two retired partners who joined the firm in the 30s, and the son, E.D. Bronson, Jr., of one of the founders. Recollections about Roy and Ed Bronson (founders of the...

 
The Law Firm of Bronson, Bronson and McKinnon: 1942-1975 : oral history transcripts / and related material, 1980-1983.

Interviews with John H. Painter, George K. Hartwick, Jean McCabe Ross, Mary Mathes, Richard K. Dilley, Max Weingarten, Vernon L. Goodin, Charles A. Legge and Victor H. Hampton.

 
Law, politics, and the judiciary : oral history transcript : the honorable Spencer M. Williams / 2002.

Naval service in Pacific in World War II; County Counsel office, Santa Clara County; Secretary of Human Relations Agency under Governor Ronald Reagan; law practice in San Jose and Sacramento; significant cases: William Inglis, draft dodging cases, asbestos cases, Dalkon...

 
Law Revision Commission Records

The California Law Revision Commission Records consist of 88.5 cubic feet of textual materials organized into eleven record series: Study Files, 1954-1978; Approved Minutes, 1970-2010; Minutes, 1974-2005; Memoranda Files, 1977-2007; Tentative Recommendations, 1977-2000; Bill Files, 1961-1970; Legislative files, 1959-1969; 1980,...

 
Law (School of). Library. Administrative files.

Record Series 604 contains the administrative files of the Law Library at UCLA's School of Law.

 
Law School. Office of the Dean. Administrative Files.

Record Series 527 contains the administrative files of the Office of the Dean including committee minutes, budget and personnel files, memoranda, reports, and materials relating to specific programs and institutes.

 
Lawder (Shirley Stevenot) processed item

Relates to the role of Joseph Emile Hamilton Stevenot in development of civil aviation in the Pacific Ocean region during the interwar period.

 
Lawler (Charles B.) Photographs

This collection consists mostly of b/w and color snapshots of Lawler's sculptures.

 
Lawrence A. Harper papers, 1660-1972.

Photostats, microfilm, and research notes relating to commercial shipping in the British Colonial ports of North America.

 
Lawrence Alloway papers

Lawrence Alloway was a British born art critic active in the New York art scene from 1960 until his death in 1990. An early champion of post-war American art, he coined the term "Pop Art." The archive consists of correspondence...

Lawrence & Houseworth Photography Albums: California Views

The Lawrence & Houseworth albums contain photographic prints published in the 1860s that document the many aspects of gold, silver (Comstock Lode), and quicksilver mining; the building of the Sutro Tunnel; the growth of northern California industries; mining towns including...

 
Lawrence (Anthony and Nancy) papers

Anthony and Nancy Lawrence were involved in a variety of television projects (ca. 1960s-1980s). The collection reflects their involvement as writers and producers in the television industry and includes files of various script drafts, story outlines, and concepts for what...

 
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory. Engineering Division. Records related to the 300 Million Electron Volt Synchrotron, 1947-1966 [microform].

Included are engineering drawings, reports, logs, memorandums, correspondence, notes, photographs, publications, and other records documenting research projects conducted with the 300 Million Electron Volt (300 MEV) Synchrotron, as well as its design, construction, and operation at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory,...

 
Lawrence Clark Powell papers relating to his book, California Classics, [ca. 1962-1972]

Work folders for each chapter, with notes, photocopies of source material, drafts; photographs; printer's typescript; galleys; bound volumes of Westways containing copies of the articles; correspondence with Larry Meyer, editor of Westways; letters commenting on the magazine articles and the...

 
Lawrence County, Alabama Writ of Execution

The collection consists of a fieri facias writ of execution issued in Lawrence County, Alabama in 1860, which commands any state sheriff to seize the sum of two thousand dollars in court ordered damages from a number of debtors. The...

 
Lawrence (D. H.) Papers

MSS of his writings (novels, short stories, poems, plays, essays, travel sketches, introductions to books, translations and book reviews); an autobiographical fragment; letters written by Lawrence and a few addressed to him; clippings and reprints of articles, stories, etc, written...

 
Lawrence (D.H. and Freida) Collection of Material about

D.H. Lawrence (1885-1930) was a novelist, essayist and poet. He became best known as the author of (1928), banned for many years for its explicit treatment of sex. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts and corrected proofs, a painting, and...

 
Lawrence (D.H.) Collection

This material consists primarily of correspondence from D. H. Lawrence to Lady Ottoline Morrell, Cecil Gray, Mrs. Maria Christina Chambers and a few others. There are two letters by Frieda Lawrence to Lady Morrell. Most of the letters are original...

 
Lawrence Downing Sierra Club papers, 1986-1988.

Papers relating to Lawrence Downing's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Lawrence E. Dawson papers, circa 1955-1992.

Primarily reference materials assembled by Dawson on California Indian basketry and his Nazca culture research. Also includes reference materials on basketry, pottery and textiles in Africa and the South Pacific, Dawson's writings, notes he took as a student and materials...

 
Lawrence (Ernest O.) Papers

Included are the personal papers of Ernest Lawrence, administrative records for the University of California Radiation Laboratory, the Joseph C. Hamilton papers dealing with the Crocker Radiation Laboratory, and some papers of Lawrence's close associate, Donald Cooksey. The papers relate...

 
Lawrence (Eva) papers

Diary and photographs, relating to Red Cross work in Siberia during the Russian Revolution.

 
Lawrence Ferlinghetti correspondence with Tram Combs, 1957-1964.

Collection contains 42 letters and 21 post cards, most containg discussions of poetry. Seven letters by Ferlinghetti are original typescripts; Thirty-four Combs' letters are carbon typescripts. All post cards are handwritten or original typescripts. Collection also includes notes on Ferlinghetti's...

 
Lawrence Ferlinghetti letters : to Max Gartenberg, 1959-1960.

Two typescript letters and one handwritten postcard on City Lights Books stationery, signed by Ferlinghetti, concerning reprint permission rates for the use of his original poetry and the arrangements he has with another publisher, New Directions, and payments for Allen...

 
Lawrence Ferlinghetti letters : to Stella Dallas Levy and Kevin Starr, 1966, 1977.

Handwritten notes on City Lights Books postcards and stationery giving directions to Stella Levy on how to handle various matters of business (4 postcards, 1 letter ; 1966). Also one postcard addressed to Kevin Starr of New West Magazine in...

 
Lawrence Fixel audio visual collection.

Primarily readings and a few talks with others including Tom White and Carl Rakosi. Also includes a poetry recording by Jack and Adelle Foley.

 
Lawrence (Florence) (1886-1938) Collection

Photos of silent screen star Florence Lawrence including portraits, and stills from her movies. ca. 1910s-1920s. See also GC 1011 Florence Lawrence Papers

 
Lawrence (Florence) Papers

Letters, fan mail, film scenarios and clippings.

 
Lawrence Gellert papers, [ca.1932-1979].

Include one letter from James Weldon Johnson, n.d.; one letter from John Howard Lawson, n.d. two letters from W.C. Handy, l932-1933; three letters from Langston Hughes, l932-1934, re Hughes' introduction to Gellert's first collection of Negro protest songs, and Hughes's...

 
Lawrence Hall of Science Records

Primarily materials relating to initial plans, advisory committees, architectural competition, early programs and sponsors.

 
Lawrence J. Andrews papers, 1941-1964.

Reprints of articles on organic chemistry.

 
Lawrence (John H.) Papers

The John Hundale Lawrence Papers offer a window into a highly significant period of scientific history: the development of nuclear energy and the exploration of its applications. The John Hundale Lawrence Papers also reveal the politics of nuclear research during...

 
Lawrence (John Hundale) papers

Correspondence, writings, minutes of meetings, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to administration of and student radicalism at the University of California, and to American medical aid to South Vietnam. Photocopy.

 
Lawrence, John Hundale Photographs from the John Hundale Lawrence papers [graphic].

Includes portraits of John Hundale Lawrence, his wife Amy Bowles Lawrence, his brother (and eminent nuclear physicist) Ernest Orlando Lawrence. Portraits of other colleagues include John F. Fulton, and philanthropist W.H. Donner. Also includes photographs of various laboratory scenes and...

 
Lawrence McGaugh papers.

Contains a number of assorted poems (8 folders) and other writings including short stories, possible book chapters, manuscript drafts (including Venus's Slipper), submission letters, and correspondence. Most of the material is undated and some of the folders may have mixed...

 
Lawrence Palmer Briggs papers, 1911-1912.

Reports written by Briggs as the first Native Sons of the Golden West Travelling Fellow; material concerning José de Gálvez; notes and transcripts from various archives, chiefly the Archivo General de Indias and the Archivo de Simancas, pertaining to the...

 
Lawrence Radiation Laboratory at Berkeley related views [graphic].

Photographs show people at events, ceremonies, meetings, group portraits, Nobel Prize winners, airstrips, military facilities, interior and exterior views of the cyclotron, an early model of the cyclotron, and related views. Some photos show E.O. Lawrence, John [H.] Lawrence, Edwin...

 
Lawrence (Steve) and Eydie Gormé Collection

This collection consists of folios, stage band arrangements and sound recordings

 
Lawrence (Steve) and Gorme (Eydie) Scripts

The singing duo of Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme have been performing for audiences since the 1950s and have appeared on numerous television shows over the years. The collection is comprised of scripts representing many of the television programs on...

 
Lawrence Strauss correspondence, 1908-1952.

Includes letters from Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas, Ninon Vallin, Povla Frijsh, Pablo Casals, George Henschel and Walter Damrosch.

 
Lawrence (T. E.) letters

Relates to the publication of two books by T. E. Lawrence, Seven Pillars of Wisdom (1926), and Revolt in the Desert (1927). Includes some printed matter.

 
Lawrence (Viola) Film Editing Collection

The Viola Lawrence Film Editing Collection pertains to Ms. Lawrence (1894-1973), the first female film editor in Hollywood.

 
Lawrenson (Harry) papers

Harry Lawrenson was an editor for Movietone News. The collection mostly represents Lawrenson’s military service during WWII and includes scrapbook pages and military service documents. Additionally there are of a small number of photographs that appear related to Movietone News.

 
Laws (Robert C.) Diary, 1852 - 1852

The collection consists of the diary of Robert C. Laws who traveled overland from Ohio to California in 1852. Laws joins a company in Missouri after his original party, the Buckey Emigrating Company, disbands. His diary provides details of the...

 
Lawser (Mary L.) Collection

The Mary Louise Lawser Collection consists of correspondence, pamphlets and brochures concerning her railroad work, photographs and transparencies of her work, and ephemera. The major portion of the collection, however, consists of preliminary sketches and colored renderings for murals and...

 
Lawson (Andrew C.) Papers

The Andrew C. Lawson papers, 1880-1954, consist of personal and professional papers related to Lawson's career in geology and as a professor at the University of California, Berkeley during the first half of the twentieth century. Of particular note are...

 
Lawson (F. Melvyn) Papers

The Lawson Papers consist of biographical material; professional writings and correspondence; original poetry and music; photographs and memorabilia relating to the life and career of Sacramento educator, F. Melvin Lawson (1907-1998)....

 
[Lawsuit and settlement in California v. Diebold Election Systems, resolving false claims allegations against Diebold regarding its electronic voting equipment and software : case materials and press releases.]

Attorney General Lockyer announces $2.6 million settlement with Diebold in electronic voting lawsuit (Attorney General Bill Lockyer news release, Nov. 10, 2004) -- Diebold reaches settlement agreement with state of California (Diebold news release, Nov. 10, 2004) -- First amended...

 
Lawton (Edward) Collection

Collection includes biographical material; faculty correspondence at Berkeley, 1938-1941; programs of choral concerts conducted by Mr. Lawton between 1939 and 1965; and his choral compositions and music for voice....

 
Lawton (Harry W.) collection on Chinese in California

This collection contains newspaper clippings, photographs, documents and other material collected by Harry W. Lawton pertaining to the experiences of 19th-20th century Chinese immigrants in California, primarily in the Inland Empire region of Southern California. Includes material regarding the archaeological...

 
Lawton (Harry W.) papers

This collection contains correspondence, press clippings, and other material regarding Harry W. Lawton, an American writer, journalist, editor, and historian who wrote several books on Native Americans in California.

 
Lawyers Committee for Human Rights video tapes

Training video tapes for lawyers representing applicants for asylum in immigration hearings in the United States. Includes a mock asylum hearing, and background lectures regarding applicants from Afghanistan, Ethiopia and Iran.

 
Lawyers' notes on Grand and Petit Juries : ms, 18--.

Notes on decisions and statutes pertaining to the function and procedures of juries.

 
Laxalt (Joyce N.) album

Photographs depicting Austro-Hungarian soldiers on the Russian, Serbian, Romanian and Italian fronts during World War I, including scenes of trench life, combat, prisoners, ordnance, naval and aerial operations, and aerial views of troops and trench emplacements.

 
Layard (John Willoughby) Papers

The John Willoughby Layard papers provide extensive documentation on the multi-faceted life and work of an English intellectual. All aspects of Layard's life are represented in the collection, including his personal life, family affairs, anthropological investigations, psychoanalytical practice, writing, intellectual...

 
Layne (Ewart) miscellaneous papers

Letters, press releases, minutes of meetings, printed matter, and miscellany, relating to conditions in Grenada prior to the American invasion in 1983. Documents captured by an American soldier.

 
Layne (J. Gregg) Articles Submitted to the Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly

Joseph Gregg Layne (1885-1952) was a leading authority and bibliographer of Californiana as well as president, member of the board of directors and editor of the . The collection consists of about 40 original typescripts of articles by various persons,...

 
Layne (J. Gregg) papers

Joseph Gregg Layne (1885-1952) was a leading authority and bibliographer of Californiana as well as president, member of the board of directors and editor of the Quarterly for the Historical Society of Southern California and an organizer for E Clampus...

 
Lazarev (E.) E. letters received

Relates to Russian revolutionary émigré activities.

 
Lazarev family papers

Memoir, personal documents, genealogies, printed matter, photographs, and miscellany, relating to Russian emigration to the United States after the Russian Revolution.

 
Lazarev (Vladimir IAkovlevich) papers

Writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political and cultural conditions in Russia.

 
Lazere (Arthur) Papers

Housed at the of the main branch of the San Francisco Public Library....

 
Lazic (Branko M.) typescript

Relates to the views of Albert Vassart on the French Communist Party.

 
Lazowski (Eugene S.) collection

Correspondence, legal agreements, and miscellany, relating to the ownership of memorabilia of Marshal Józef Pilsudski of Poland.

 
Le barbier de Séville /

Various publishers.

 
Le boulevard : opera-comique, ballet en un acte : représenté pour la premiere fois sur le Thấtre de la Foire S. Laurent le 24 août 1753.

Text by Anseaume and Hautemer. Cf. Brenner. A bibliographical list of plays in the French language, 1700-1789.

 
Le Bronnec letters : Atuona, Marquesas Islands, to Frederick O'Brien : ALS, 1915-1921.

Five letters (8 p.), two of which were written by Le Bronnec; three other letters written by various friends of O'Brien in Marquesan and translated into French by Le Bronnec. Describes the short invasion of German ships during World War...

 
 
Le centenaire de Moliere /

Various publishers.

 
Le diable à quatre /

Various publishers.

 
Le Fevre house and barn [graphic]

Exterior and interior views of the Le Fevre house and barn, an early 20th century farmstead in Santa Clara County (land purchased 1904 by Alphonse O. Le Fevre, home built shortly thereafter), taken Apr 4, 1988 prior to the relocation...

 
Le grand insulaire et pilotage d'André Thevet, angoumoisin, cosmographe du Roi : Dans lequel sont contenus plusiers plants d'isles habitées, et deshabitées, et description d'icelles, 1586.

Volume I contains descriptions of the West Indies and other islands of the New World. Volume II relates to the islands of the Mediterranean.

 
Le May (Alan) Papers

Alan Le May (1899-1964) began his career as a journalist and author of westerns, some of which were adapted to the screen. He also produced a number of short stories and screenplays in addition to 17 novels. The collection contains...

 
Le Pautre (Jean) Etchings

This collection consists of 502 etchings after Le Pautre's own compositions, some published during his lifetime and some republished late. The etchings include historical, mythological, and biblical scenes, exterior and interior architecture, furniture, ornament, and trophies. From Theodore Besterman's collection.

Le Plongeon (Augustus and Alice Dixon) papers

The collection documents the archaeological excavations, fieldwork, research, and writings of the nineteenth-century photographers, antiquarians, and amateur archaeologists Augustus and Alice Dixon Le Plongeon, the first persons to systematically excavate and photograph the Maya sites of Chichén Itzá and Uxmal...

 
Le Queux (William) holograph

Propagandistic fictional work.

 
Le retour favorable /

Various publishers.

 
Le sorcier /

Various publishers.

 
Le (Tony D.) Letters and Photographs

This collection comprises photocopies of letters and photographs documenting the refugee experience of Tony D. Le and his sister, who spent time in Phanat Nikhom refugee camp in Thailand and Bataan refugee camp in the Philippines before arriving in the...

Le (Van) Files on Southeast Asian Refugees

This collection is comprised of publications and other printed ephemera on Southeast Asian refugees in California and the United States that were accumulated during the course of his work by Van Le, a consultant in bilingual resources at the California...

 
Le Vine (Victor T.) Papers

Pamphlets, campaign literature, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to the political development of the Cameroons. Used as research material for the book by V. T. Le Vine, (1964)

 
Lea (Homer) letters

Relates to plans for recruitment of American volunteers to participate in military overthrow of the Chinese imperial government. Photocopy.

 
Leach (Charles Nelson) papers

Diaries, correspondence, reports, clippings, and photographs, relating to Commission for Relief in Belgium activities, American Relief Administration activities in Eastern Europe, and conditions in Santo Tomas and Los Baños internment caps in the Japanese-occupied Philippines.

 
Leadabrand Collection, ca. 1890-1910

Loose pages from album of photos of the Philippines, Hawaii, and the South Seas. Approximately 190 images, albumen prints, sepia-toned. Most are identified and in good condition.

 
Leader and personality : oral history transcript / 1972-1975.

Photographs and copies of letters, articles and other documentary material inserted and appended. Boyhood in San Francisco; training for the rabbinate (1907-1914); service as rabbi in Los Angeles from 1915; role as leader in California Jewish community and relations with...

 
A leader in the California Senate and the Democratic Party, 1940-1950 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1971-1979.

Comments on service as California state senator, 1940-1948, and on legislation affecting highway construction, water resources and position of Japanese during and after World War II; Earl Warren and other political figures, including Helen G. Douglas and Sheridan Downey; chairmanship...

 
Leader (Roz) Art Poster collection

Roz Leader is the former owner of Art Leaders, Ltd., a company in Los Angeles specialized in museum and gallery posters. During her years as a poster publisher and distributor, Leader assembled a collection of over 1300 art posters, which...

 
Leaders of the Russian revolution microform

Relates to Russian revolutionaries. Filmed from holdings of the Rossiiskii tsentr khraneniia i izucheniia dokumentov noveishei istorii.

 
Leadership in Social Education: A Guide to In-Service Education for Teachers Report

This report, written by Kefauver and Edward Krug, is the result of a five-year study of the theory and practice of social education, involving 112 teachers and 31 administrators from 10 school systems in the western United States. The study...

 
Leading a changing Utah construction and mining company : oral history transcript : Utah International, GE-Utah, BHP-Utah, 1954-1987 / 2000.

Tulare County background; WWII, Burma Road; UC Berkeley College of Mines; positions with Yellow Pine Mine, Stibnite, ID, and Mountain Pass Mine, CA; Utah Construction & Mining Co. from 1954, head of mining division: Lucky Mc uranium mine, Navajo Mine...

 
Leaf (Edward Glenn) memoirs

Relates to recruitment of Section 578 of the United States Army Ambulance Service from the Stanford University community, its training, and its service in France during World War I.

 
[Leaf from a 15th century medieval Book of hours]

Illuminated manuscript, probably produced in Italy, matted and mounted (26 cm.)

 
League of Allied Arts records

This collection documents the history and administration of the League of Allied Arts, one of the oldest existing Black women's non-profit arts organizations in Los Angeles. Founded in 1939 by Dorothy Vena Johnson and Juanita Miller, the League was established...

 
League of American Writers Archives

Administrative, correspondence, congresses, affiliated group and publication materials concerning the activities and interests of the League.

 
League of Arab States. Maktab Jami'at al-Duwal al-'Arabiyah bi-al-Quds miscellaneous records

Reports, drafts, and correspondence, relating to Arabs in Israel, and especially to Jewish-Arab relations, Arab lands, and Palestinian political organization.

 
League of Arab States Pact mimeograph

Relates to pan-Arab cooperation. Includes an annex (typewritten), relating to the Palestinian question.

 
League of Nations High Commissioner, Free City of Danzig mimeograph

Relates to the dispute between Danzig and Poland regarding the use of the port of Danzig.

 
League of Nations miscellany

Slides and oversize printed matter, relating to officials and activities of the League of Nations.

 
League of Red Cross Societies Miscellaneous Records

Correspondence, telegrams, reports, and minutes of meetings, relating to the founding of the League of Red Cross Societies and to relief operations in Europe.

 
League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany, and Emeryville Records

The League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany, and Emeryville (LWVBAE) Records, 1911-[ongoing], consist of administrative files, program material, and election services records. Program material includes records of league studies, positions, and action relating to local, state, and national issues....

 
League of Women Voters of Orange County Records

The League of Women Voters of Orange County (LWVOC), California is a nonpartisan organization committed to educating the public about elections, the voting process, and political and social issues. This collection comprises the records of the LWVOC beginning with 1957....

 
League of Women Voters of the Bay Area Oral History Project transcripts, 1999-2004.

Interviews with Felicia G. Bock, Margaret Dumas, Gilda Halpern Feller, Ruth Jackson Ganong, Elizabeth Schickele, and Sally Severance. All are leaders in the League of Women Voters of the Bay Area or the League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany,...

 
League of Women Voters of the Bay Area Records

The League of Women Voters of the Bay Area Records (LWVBA), 1939-[ongoing], consist of administrative files, program records, and material relating to the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the League of Women Voters of the United States and the...

 
League of Women Voters Records

The League of Women Voters extensive collection consists of over fifty years of correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, audio tapes and a documentary film. Included are League publications, printed materials and newspaper clippings depicting the development and achievements of the...

 
League of Women Voters, San Jose/Santa Clara Chapter Records

The League of Women Voters, San Jose/Santa Clara Chapter Records, 1945-2011 consist of administrative records, political studies and action materials, which include subject specific legislation, government records, voter and election data and reports, as well as convention and meeting records...

 
Leake (Chauncey D.) Papers

Collection includes biographical materials, diaries, notes and poetry; correspondence (scientific and general), articles, reviews, lectures; syllabi and course materials; manuscripts (holograph and typescripts) of published and unpublished materials, student papers, and reprints. Another collection of Leake's papers exists at the...

 
Leal (Luis) Papers

The Luis Leal papers document the personal and academic activities of a literary historiographer, mexican writer, and critic....

 
Leale (John, Captain) autograph books

The Captain John Leale autograph books (SAFR 14027, HDC 112) collection is comprised of two volumes created between 1910-1963. Volume one covers the years between 1910-1939 and volume two 1939-1963. They list the names of passengers and military officers, contain...

 
Leale (Marion W.) diary

Relates to conditions on Guernsey Island during World War I.

 
Leander Cummings letters : to Edgar Cummings, Montpelier, Vt., ALS : 1877-1886.

Twenty letters from Leander to his cousin Edgar, relating to his experiences and observations from the various towns where he lived in Sonoma County. He discusses his work as a schoolmaster, mostly with dissatisfaction over low pay and poor conditions....

 
Leander Holmes letters to Emily Scoville, 1853-1855.

Written from San Francisco to friend in the East.

 
Lear (George) Circus Disco Photographs

George Lear photographs of Circus Disco, 1980-1982. Includes a group photograph of Wally Albertson, Morris Kight, Jim Kepner, Peggy Stevenson, and two others.

 
Learn Collection

The collection contains the records of the nonprofit educational reform organization, LEARN (Los Angeles Educational Alliance for Restructuring Now), a major reform movement in one of the nation's largest school systems, the Los Angeles Unified School District. The holdings in...

 
Learn (Elmer W.) Reports and Speeches

Elmer W. Learn (1929- ) served as Executive Vice-Chancellor at the University of California, Davis from 1969-1984. The collection contains copies of sixteen of Learn's speeches and reports discussing university management needs and techniques.

 
The learning society : continuing education at NYU, Michigan, and UC Berkeley, 1946-1991 : oral history transcript / 1993.

Sterns discusses his family, youth, and education in New York City; continuing education at New York University and the University Center for Adult Education, Detroit; being Dean of the University of California Berkeley Extension; he examines and reflects upon the...

 
Leary (Mary Ellen) Collection

Clippings, press releases, California state government publications, and other printed matter, relating to the political career of Ronald Reagan and to California state politics and government during his gubernatorial administration (1967-1974)

 
Leary, Mary Ellen Collection of newspaper clippings, notes, and press releases relating to politics and government in California, 1950-1970.

Preferred citation: Collection of newspaper clippings, notes, and press releases relating to politics and government in California, 1950-1970, BANC MSS 72/129 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Leary, Mary Ellen. Collection of press releases and newspaper clippings chiefly concerning California politics and government, 1944-1958.

Press releases and related material for Earl Warren, William F. Knowland and Goodwin J. Knight; material on health insurance, oil, minor political parties, elections and the legislature.

 
Lease to Ezekial J. Moore : San Francisco : DS, 1852 Dec. 10.

The ground floor of an iron building on the northeastern corner of California and Leidesdorff Streets, and a portion of a vault.

 
Leask Family papers, 1861-2002.

The Leask family papers collection includes several generations of correspondence collected from the lives and works of patriarch Samuel Leask, Sr. and granddaughter, Peggy Leask Epstein:

 
Leask, Samuel. Correspondence concerning the Fort Romie Colony, 1939 Dec. - 1940 Jan.

Letter to Aubrey Drury, forwarding copies of letters from the Monterey County Assessor and Librarian concerning the colony.

 
Leavens (Charles) Estate papers, circa 1800s-1900s

A number of documents in the collection refer to H. A. Flint or Flint family members. Henry Flint was an early Ventura County pioneer farmer/rancher in Santa Paula and Saticoy. Upon his death, Flint's property was sold to the Leavens...

 
Leavitt (May Hoover) letters

Letters from Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoover to M. H. Leavitt, relating to personal and family matters, and undated letters from the grandmother of Herbert Hoover to her grandchildren. Photocopy.

 
Leavitt (Stephen) Fieldnotes and Recordings

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

 
Lebanese subject collection

Reports, pamphlets, leaflets, election campaign literature, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Lebanon, and to elections in Lebanon.

 
LeBaron (Robert) Papers

Biographical sketches, reminiscences, speeches, letters, appointment books, memoranda, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to the development of U.S. atomic weapons, and to peaceful uses of atomic energy.

 
Lebbe (Vincent) papers

Correspondence, writings, reminiscences, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to Roman Catholic missions in China, diplomatic relations between China and the Vatican, and activities of Chinese students in Belgium and elsewhere in Europe. Includes four volumes of printed hard copies...

 
Lebedev (Nikolai Nikolaevich) Papers

Financial records, minutes, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to charitable activities on behalf of Russian immigrants in the United States. Includes records of the Russian Benevolent Trust Fund in Memory of V. P. and M. P. Anitchkoff.

 
Lechin Oquendo (Juan) Papers

The papers provide an overview of the life and career of a prominent Bolivian trade unionist and politician, Juan Lechín Oquendo who served as head of the powerful Central Obrera Boliviana for 35 years (1952-1987), and was vice president of...

 
Lechin Weise (Juan Claudio) interviews

Video recordings and transcripts of interviews of Latin American and Spanish writers, relating to political and cultural conditions in Latin America.

 
Lechter (Melchior) Papers

German artist, best known for his work in the decorative design of books and ex libris, stained glass windows and painting. Collection consists primarily of correspondence between Lechter and the artists, writers, craftsmen, and decorative artists with whom he worked...

 
LeConte Family Papers, 1857-1949

Correspondence, diaries, lecture notes and miscellaneous papers of various members of the LeConte family: Joseph, Joseph Nisbet and Caroline Eaton. Relate mainly to California Sierra trips, 1871-1946, and to activities with the Sierra Club. Some geological and engineering notes included.

 
LeConte Family Papers: Additions, 1856-1916

Mainly letters and papers of John LeConte and his family for the Civil War period, prior to departure for California. Included also: autobiographical sketch of John LeConte, genealogical notes, and a bound volume of reprints of papers by John Lawrence...

 
LeConte, Joseph N. (Joseph Nisbet) Photographs from the Joseph N. LeConte collection [graphic]

Captioned: Fort Santiago, Manila -- Wharf at "Cavite" (crowded with peddlers) -- "Nipa" House (grass house) -- Calle Real Gate, over 200 years old -- The Spanish Cathedral -- House moving (people transporting a grass house by hand) -- Manila...

 
LeConte scrapbook.

Concerning members of the LeConte family, but chiefly relating to Professor Joseph LeConte. Obituary notices for Robert Means Davis included.

 
Lecouvreur (Frank) Manuscript and Papers

Frank Lecouvreur was a German immigrant who came to California by ship around Cape Horn. His travels begin in 1851. This collection contains correspondence in German and English, an English translation by Julius C. Behnke of Frank Lecourvreur's book ,...

 
Lecture: joints, modifications of vertabral column : lecture on vertebral column : London, 1837.

In portfolio: Kevin Padian article, "A Missing Hunterian Lecture on Vertebrae by Richard Owen, 1837" (from 1995).

 
Lecture notes, apparently kept by Millie C. Medbery, at the University of California, 1878-1881 : Berkeley : ms., 1878-1881.

Lectures in analytical mechanics, by Mr. Slate, Aug. 10-Sept. 6, 1881, 23 p.- Lectures in zoology, by Prof. Joseph LeConte Aug. 13-Dec. 6, 1878. illus. by pen drawings. 94 p.- Lectures in Roman literature, by Prof. Martin Kellogg, Jan. 10-24,...

 
Lectures : ms., [undated]

Transcripts of lectures on various subjects, given in the Bay Area, published and distributed by the Industrial Indemnity Company. With letter of transmittal from Mr. Krutch.

 
Lectures given under the auspices of the California Academy of Sciences, 1892, with related materials, 1891-1892.

Notes for, Creation by Law (lecture 1), The Fundamental Groups of Animals (lecture 2), Mammals of California (lecture 4), The Bird (lecture 5), Song Birds of California (lecture 6). Also, notes for "Evolution of the colors of North American Land...

 
Lectures on population dynamics, October 17, 1955

On September 6, 7 and 8, 1955, a series of lectures on population dynamics was given at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The main points discussed by speakers Frederick E. Smith, T. M. Widrig, W. E. Ricker, Milner Baily Schaefer,...

 
Lederberg (Esther M) papers

Collection includes class notes and lab notebooks from her education at Hunter College, 1939-42, Stanford University, 1944-46, and the University of Wisconsin, 1948-50; notes and lab notebooks from subsequent research, primarily with plasmids, 1950 on; records from the Plasmid Reference...

 
Lederberg (Joshua) Papers

Papers consist of Lederberg's administrative files while head of the department of genetics at Stanford University Medical School from 1959 to 1978; they are divided into five series. 1) General files, 1959-77, pertain to miscellaneous University and Medical School committees...

 
Lederer (Charles) family papers

The Charles Lederer family papers span the years 1910-1985 and encompass 16 linear feet. The collection contains screenplays, playscripts, and stories by Charles Lederer and his frequent collaborator Ben Hecht; clippings, scrapbooks, sheet music, and photographs related to Reine Davies...

 
Lederer (Ivo J.) Papers

Notes compiled for a study published later as YUGOSLAVIA AT THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE : A STUDY IN FRONTIER MAKING (1963).

 
Ledger and scrapbook

Ledger and scrapbook, 1876-1881, 1898-1931 (SAFR 23108, HDC 1636) is a single volume used as cash account book by George F. Hoeffer and used by Johnson as a maritime scrapbook largely containing newspaper clippings from the turn of the century...

 
Ledger for business located in Monterey County : ms., 1850 July 25 - 1852 Dec. 30.

Contains accounts for the city and county of Monterey as well as for firms and individuals. From the nature of the entries for James McKinlay this may have been part of his business records. Many pages have been cut out.

 
Ledger of pledges and contributions, 1881-1895.

With ledgers of Frederick W. Ellis.

 
Ledgers, etc., for grist mill, Star of the Pacific, 1868-1905.

BANC; BANC MSS C-G 31: Volume 1 and 2 wrapped in bundle, vol. 3-7 in carton.

 
Ledgers, etc. relating to businesses in and around North Fork, Trinity County, California, 1857-1954.

Collection consists of: 4 v. of business records (unidentified), 1861-1871; Hotel Book of George Yokes (?), 1867-1868; blacksmith records of H.K. Schlomer, 1862-1867; 3 v. of business records (unidentified), 1868-1900; 1 ledger (unidentified), 1914-1951; 2 copybooks of H.G. Schlomer, 1941-1954....

 
Lee (Bradner W.) papers

Collection consists of correspondence and legal papers for cases handled by Los Angeles attorney Bradner W. Lee, who practiced law with his sons Bradner W. Lee, Jr. and Kenyon F. Lee.

Lee, Charles H. Papers

Report, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, clippings, etc., pertaining to projects in hydraulics, sanitation, irrigation, municipal water supply, surface water and groundwater hydrology, and soil in California and other Western states, particularly for the City of Los Angeles regarding water supply...

 
Lee (Charles H.) Photograph Collection

Collection of 3 x 5.5-in. black-and-white photographic prints taken by Charles H. Lee, covering a wide range of water resources development projects in California and New Mexico in which Lee was involved. Major projects documented include the construction of the...

 
Lee (DeWitt L.) Collection

Correspondence, clippings, reports, photographs, charts, maps, bulletins, forms, applications....

 
Lee E. Geyer papers.

Mainly clippings, scrapbooks, with some little correspondence, as member of California State Legislature and U.S. Congress.

 
Lee (Edward Bartlett) papers

Correspondence, leaflets, pamphlets, posters, clippings, photographs, and postcards, relating to the activities of various relief organizations during and immediately after World War I and to the Liberty Loan drives and other aspects of the war effort in the United States.

 
Lee (Edwin A.) Papers

Edwin Augustus Lee (1888-1966) was born in Redding, California. He was the Dean and Professor of the UCLA School of Education (1940-55). While at UCLA, he expanded the School of Education from a credential program for elementary and secondary teachers...

 
Lee (Ellen K.) Collection on Helena Modjeska and Orange County

This collection comprises materials collected by Ellen K. Lee, Orange County historian and Helena Modjeska expert, during the course of her research from 1965 until her death in 2006. The materials document Ellen Lee's research, Helena Modjeska's life in the...

 
Lee (Eugene C.) Collection

Chiefly newspaper clippings covering various California water issues, including the proposed Peripheral Canal and the Mono Lake controversy....

 
Lee family letters, 1839-1870.

Letters written by Robert E. Lee and his wife to Mrs. Sarah Beaumont Irwin, describing family life and touching on the Mexican-American War and on U.S. politics.

 
Lee Family Papers

2850 pp. in all, comprising the collected correspondence of Sir William Lee, fourth Baronet of Hartwell, Buckinghamshire, (b. 1764 - d. 1801) and other members of his family....

 
Lee (Fitzhugh) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, testimony, orders, personnel records, and printed matter, relating to naval aviation, naval operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, inter-service controversies within the American armed forces, issues arising from civilian control of the...

 
Lee Fong immigration documents, 1937-1961.

Contains 1 letter stating Lee Fong's employment in Seattle, a copy of his naturalization papers and a letter from a Texas congressmen congratulating Lee Fong on his citizenship.

 
Lee Foot Goong papers, 1906-1933.

Passport, immigration papers, draft notice and receipts for contributions to the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, included.

 
Lee (Greg) Costume Contest Photographs

Greg Lee photographs of a costume contest in Philadelphia, undated.

 
Lee (Hector) Folklore Collection

Dr. Hector Lee (1908-1992) came from Chico State University to Sonoma State University at its inception. He was a nationally known authority on western folklore and a true teller of tall tales. The Lee collection documents Dr. Lee’s involvement with...

 
Lee (John Clifford Hodges) papers

Memoirs, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American military operations in Europe during World Wars I and II.

 
Lee, John. Papers relating to the Balloon Committee of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1858-1866.

Concerning scientific research and meterorological observations conducted from balloons by James Glaisher for the committee. Included are notices and minutes of meetings, and letters from Sir George Biddell Airy, Henry Tracey Coxwell, James Glaisher, James W. L. Glaisher, Sir John...

 
Lee (Josephine) collection

Campaign leaflets issued by various Portuguese political parties, relating to the national election of 1980.

 
Lee (Kem K.) Photographs and Other Materials

The Kem Lee photograph collection, 1927-1986, contains Lee's photographs and other materials in subject files relating to his photojournalistic assignments and business advertisements for San Francisco Chinatown newspapers and includes photographs of the Miss Chinatown USA Pageant, community organizations, political...

Lee (K.W.) Papers

Correspondence, court records, clippings and other background materials relating to the Chol Soo Lee case (1973). Also contains office files, artwork, and photographs relating to the publication of (1980-1983) and a bound volume of the paper (1979-1981).

 
Lee (Kyle K.) Record Collection

The Kyle K. Lee Record Collection contains LP records collected by Lee of both instrumental Chinese music and recordings of multiple Peking (Beijing) Operas.

 
Lee (Lawrence Bacon) Correspondence

Lawrence Bacon Lee (1917-2003) served as Professor of History at San Jose State University from 1957-1983. The collection contains his correspondence primarily with fellow historians Paul W. Gates and Donald J. Pisani. Topics discussed include their research and writings on...

 
Lee, N. Appleton. Letters to Mrs. Harriet G. Glover : New York City, 1861 Jan 20 and 23.

Concerning the New York Society Library and business affairs.

 
Lee (Peter H.) Collection of Books and Letters from Wallace Stevens

Collection consists of letters from Wallace Stevens to Peter H. Lee, and books from Lee's collection by Wallace Stevens, T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost, and Robert Lowell.

 
Lee (Philip R.) Papers

This collection documents Philip Randolph Lee's career as a health policy researcher and administrator. It includes speeches and articles from the early years of his career, including his 1955 master's thesis. The bulk of the collection concerns his years of...

 
Lee (Philip Randolph) Inauguration Symposium Recording

Proceedings of the symposium to commemorate the inauguration of Philip Randolph Lee as Chancellor of the University of California, San Francisco, 1969 November 1.

 
Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward) Letter : to James A. Seddon, 1863 November 10

Holograph letter written at Head Quarters asking the Secretary of War for winter supplies.

Lee (Roger) Collection, 1949-1968

The collection documents Lee's architectural projects throughout Northern California.

 
Lee (Rose H.) papers

Rose Hum Lee was the first woman and the first Chinese American to head an academic department of an American university when she was appointed in 1956 to chair the Sociology Department at Roosevelt University in Chicago. The bulk of...

Lee (S. Charles) Papers

S. Charles Lee (1899-1990) graduated from Technical College, Chicago in 1918 and the Armour Institute of Technology in 1921. He relocated to Los Angeles in 1922 where he designed numerous theaters and office buildings (1927-40), developed the Los Angeles International...

 
Lee (Samuel L.C.) Papers

Collection includes correspondence, typescript plays in various degrees of completion and form, and miscellaneous music and verse....

 
Lee (Sydney) Photographs

Syndey Lee photographs of the Reno Gay Rodeo (undated) and of Morris Kight accepting the Eason Monroe Courageous Advocate Award from American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) President Samuel Paz in 1982.

 
Lee (William Thomas) papers

Writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter, relating to Soviet armed forces, the Soviet economy, and American defense policy.

 
Leebrick (Karl C.) Correspondence

Mainly concerning the death of Henry Morse Stephens and the statement of his estate.

 
Leeds (Charles T.) Papers

Charles Tileston Leeds (1879-1960) was a commissioned officer in the Army Corps of Engineers stationed in the Philippines and New Mexico, a member of the California Debris Commission, in charge of the construction of the Colorado River drainage basin and...

 
Leehey (Donald James) letter

Relates to statistical and other information on the careers of members of the class of 1920.

 
Leeper (John P.) Correspondence

John Palmer Leeper (b.1921) served as the director of the Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas (1954-90). Blanche Magurn Leeper (b.1911) was assistant curator of Oriental Art at the William Hayes Fogg Art Museum at Harvard, assistant...

 
Lees family papers, 1851-1947.

Includes letters to Isaiah W. Lees, mainly from his wife; a few letters by Lees; appointment of Lees as Captain of Detective Police of San Francisco, 1866; diary of Ella (Lees) Leigh, 1905-1907, containing some biographical data concerning the family...

 
Lees (Isaiah W.) Collection

San Francisco Mining Company and California Cygnet Company (1863-1902) list of shareholders and legal papers; Investigative files: Robert W. Souter (1973-1876), Charles G. Mugg (1874-1878, Joseph Wrigley (1858-1872), Piper-Baldwin (1863-1900), Fair-Craven Case (1890s); photographs; notes; correspondence; resolution book....

 
Lees (Robert) and Fred Rinaldo papers

The Robert Lees and Fred Rinaldo papers span the years 1932-1990 (bulk 1940s-1960s) and encompass 24.5 linear feet. The collection consists almost entirely of the writings of Lees and Rinaldo and includes scripts, treatments, outlines, short stories, and two unpublished...

 
Leese (Jacob P.) Letter (Copy)

This is a photostatic copy of a letter written to Abel Stearns from Jacob P. Leese, 1837 May 8.

 
Leese (Jacob P.) Papers

Consists of personal and business correspondence, indentures, legal documents, ship's papers, accounts, inventories, and maps, documenting the activities, business interests, and land holdings of early California merchant Jacob P. Leese, his wife Rosalia Vallejo de Leese, and his partner Thomas...

 
Lefebvre Family Papers

Papers concerning the wholesale business in Mexico and Paris of Alfred Lefebvre, a French exporter and importer who traded with firms in France, Germany, Switzerland, Great Britain, the United States, and many places in Mexico. Principal exports from Mexico were...

 
Lefever (Ernest W.) papers

Writings, correspondence, interview summaries, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to pacifism in World War II, postwar African politics, United Nations intervention in the Congo, nuclear proliferation, American military and police-training aid to foreign countries, the role of religion in...

 
Lefranc (Georges) Papers

Writings, reports, syllabi, and printed matter, relating to social conditions and to the socialist, syndicalist, and labor movements in France.

Legacy of Shockley Semiconductor [videorecording]

Videorecording of the roundtable discussion held on September 27, 2005, moderated by Leslie Berlin, featuring Gordon Moore, Jay Last, Julius Blank, all co-founders of Fairchild Semiconductor, and James F. Gibbons, professor of electrical engineering at Stanford. Included are the introductory...

 
Legal agreement concerning property in St. Louis : St. Louis, Missouri : DS, 1868 Mar. 13.

Articles of agreement with the heirs of Eliza Clemens for division of property.

 
Legal Aid Society of Alameda County statistical case reports, 1940-1951.

Preferred citation: Legal Aid Society of Alameda County statistical case reports, BANC MSS C-A 153, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Legal and Exchequer Document Collection

The bulk of this collection consists of Exchequer records and legal documents from England, 1541-1754. Includes documents and fragments bearing the signatures of Exchequer officials and other public officials. Also includes indentures regarding property in the village of Sulgrave, ancestral...

 
Legal and Financial Documents on Slaves and Slavery in the United States Collection

Purchased by the library in the late 1970s, this collection consists of bills of sale, bonds, writs, promissory notes, summons, wills of slave owners, and inventories of slaves. It also includes some criminal cases involving slaves and an anonymously authored...

 
Legal Broadsides (Mexico, printed by Pedro Ocharte)

Three notarial documents from the end of the sixteenth century in the city of Puebla document the system through which financial transactions and powers of attorney were formalized through the use of a public scribe in early colonial Mexico.

 
Legal claims in Spain, 17th century.

Four items (briefs and statements), three of them relating to chaplaincies and clerical duties and one concerning jurisdiction over La Torre de Juan Abad (Spain)

 
Legal document concerning Tlaxcala, Mexico, 1568-1770.

Miscellaneous legal papers, mostly signed originals, dealing with both civil and criminal cases, arranged in chronological order. The collection consists mainly of records from Tlaxcalan administrative tribunals, with some documents from the Real Audiencia de México and its criminal court,...

 
Legal documents, 1874-1878.

Three documents received in envelope, include: Agreement of sale, R.R. Craig and Joe Craig to S.W. Hale, 15 Feb. 1874, for property in the town of Jenny Lind, Calaveras County, Calif., including Whiskey Hill, American, Sand Hill, and Jenny Lind...

 
Legal documents relating to the transfer of title of real property of two houses in Mexico City : Mexico City, Mexico, 1631-1911.

Titles of property and notarial deeds regarding the ownership of two small lots in Mexico City, 1631-1911. Some documents describe the succession of ownership for a house located in the barrio of Santa Cruz Coautzingo (later called Nuestra Senora de...

 
Legal File of Ex-Mission of Santa Catarina

3 bound volumes containing legal documents, correspondence, and other materials pertaining to the dispute of ownership to the lands of the Ex-Mission of Santa Catarina. ...

 
Legal Issues in Cyberspace Videorecordings

Ten programs from the telecourse Legal Issues in Cyberspace taught by Prof. Margaret Jane Radin in the fall of 1997. Speakers are Margaret Jane Radin, Kathleen Sullivan, Philip Zimmermann, Pamela Samuelson, Alexander Silverman, Mark Stefik, Michael Bayle, Mark Manasse, Janet...

 
Legal miscellany from Nueva Galicia Mexico, 1664-1704.

Incomplete documents emanating from Nombre de Dios, in the Valle de la Poana, Nueva Galicia, relating mainly to the settlement and sale of estates and lands.

 
Legal papers of Gregory Yale, consisting of briefs, complaints, writs, court records, letters, memoranda, etc. connected with Yale's practice as attorney in various mining and land cases, and for the Pilots association of San Francisco : San Francisco : manuscripts, 1850-69.

Contents.- v. 1. Limantour claim; New Almaden mine.- v. 2. Peter Smith land titles; California vs. Randall, Holden and Swett; Original drafts of California mining law.- v. 3. San Francisco pilots association cases, 1850-69.- v. 4. San Quentin prison case...

 
LeGendre (William C.) letter

Relates to proposals in the United States for a negotiated end to World War I and Polish independence, 1916-1917. Also includes translations of excerpts from Prawda Dziejowa, 1914-1917, by Jerzy Jan Sosnowski, Russian diplomatic representative in the United States during...

 
Legg (W. Dorr) Personal Papers

Correspondence and photographs, along with business, financial, and organizational records, chronicling the life of W. Dorr Legg before and beyond his involvement with ONE, Incorporated. Photographs document his early life along with minimal records of his educational experience at the...

 
Leggett (Mortimer) Collection

Collection of a Civil War Union general, primarily correspondence from Civil War and post-war era. Includes correspondence with Ulysses S. Grant.

 
Legislative records, 1822-1846.

C-A 59 - Tomo I (1822-1832); C-A 60 - Tomo II (1834-1835); C-A 61 - Tomo III-IV (1836-1846).

 
Legislator for fair employment, fair housing and public health : oral history transcript / and related material, 1970-1973.

Career as a pharmacist in Berkeley, Calif.; Berkeley Interracial Committee during World War II; service in the California State Assembly, 1948-1966, with particular interest in fair employment, control of air pollution, and fair housing; state senatorial campaign, 1966. Photographs included....

 
Legrand (Francois) papers

Diary and reports, relating to political and social conditions in Siwantzu and elsewhere in the communist zone of northern China, and to the situation of Roman Catholic missionaries in the communist zone.

 
Lehman, B. H. (Benjamin Harrison) Photographs from the Benjamin H. Lehman papers [graphic]

Views of Bohemian Grove activities and Berkeley during the 1923 fire. Also included are photos of various personalities: Charles E. Scott Wood, Charmian London, B. Durham, Ella Hooker, Jacob Wassermann, Charlie Chaplin, Noel Sullivan, Henri Deering, Sara Bard Field, Langston...

 
Lehman (Benjamin H.) Papers

Chiefly correspondence with his many friends and associates. Also includes manuscripts and writings, as well as other personal papers and memorabilia. Correspondence with numerous American authors and literary figures also included. $b Correspondents include: Ansel Adams, Gertrude Atherton, William Everson,...

 
Lehmann (Lotte) Collection

The Lehmann Collection contains letters, scrapbooks, manuscripts, photographs, video cassettes, art works, and sound recordings relating to the life and career of Lotte Lehmann (1888-1976), the internationally famous soprano famous for her interpretations of Fidelio, Der Rosenkavalier and German lieder...

 
Lehmer (Derrick N.) Musical Compositions

Collection includes various Indian lore songs, and songs from Lehmer's opera The harvest, as well as a folder of biographical notices....

 
Lehnert (Marek) papers

Dispatches and sound recordings, relating to political conditions in Poland and to Vatican relations with Poland.

 
LEHR archives, 1950-1990.

Correspondence, research reports, photography, and background data produced and used by the LEHR in its low-level radiation studies.

 
Lei (Zhen) papers

Lei Zhen (1897-1979) was a human rights activist, liberal thinker, and vigorous political opponent of Chiang Kai-shek and Kuomintang rule in post-1949 Taiwan. The collection, consisting of Lei Zhen's memoir, correspondence, and writings dated 1960-1977, primarily relates to the pro-democracy...

 
Leib Family Collection

The Leib Family Collection includes family and business correspondence as well as household and business records from Samuel and Lida Leib and their five children.

Leib (Samuel Franklin) Papers

The collection consists of four major components: Stanford correspondence pertaining to Judge Leib's association with the Stanford family and his responsibilities as a member of the first Board of Trustees of Stanford University (1891-1923); personal correspondence (1885-1910); correspondence pertaining to...

 
Leib (Samuel Franklin) Photograph album

Photographs of Leib's home and gardens in San Jose; also includes four views of Stanford University and one view from Mount Hamilton.

 
Leibniz (Gottfried W., Freiherr von) Papers

Leibniz (1646-1716) was a philosopher, mathematician, and political advisor. He invented differential and integral calculus. His major writings include (1671), (1686), (1697), and (1698). The collection consists of 35 reels of positive microfilm of more than 100,000 handwritten pages of...

 
Leicestershire - Views of ancient buildings

Modern album, probably from the 1950s, of mounted 19th-century steel-engraved plates of manor houses, churches, and landscapes of Leicestershire, England. |b Twelve of the plates are described in v. 1 of William Upcott's Bibliographical account of the principal works relating...

 
Leidal (George) Collection on the City of Irvine

This collection comprises files of George Leidal, a reporter employed by the Daily Pilot newspaper in Newport Beach, California. Leidal reported on the planning, incorporation, and early development of the City of Irvine, a master-planned community designed by architect William...

 
Leidesdorff estate papers, 1844-1852.

Accounts and legal papers (originals or copies) pertaining to the administration of the estate of W.A. Leidesdorff. Each item cataloged separately. Part I - Papers relating to Leidesdorff's land grant. Part II - papers relating to W.D.M. Howard's administration of...

 
Leidesdorff (William A.) Collection

The collection consists of Leidesdorff's correspondence (1845-1847) as vice-consul; correspondence, account books, orders, and receipts (1834-1848) reflecting Leidesdorff's activities as a merchant in Yerba Buena (later San Francisco), including accounts with the crew of the Schooner and Hawaiian and Indian...

 
Leigh, Benjamin Watkins Letters addressed to Benjamin Watkins Leigh : and related materials, 1818-1840.

Include letters from Henry Clay (Feb. 4, 1823); John Marshall (Apr. 30, 1834); James Monroe (Mar. 9, 1818, enclosing a letter of introduction for Leigh to the President and a passport signed by John Quincy Adams, Secretary of State); Daniel...

 
Leigh (Janet) Collection

The majority of the collection is material that decorated Leigh's home. Including: photographs, movie posters, correspondence, advertisements and magazine covers, and recognitions and awards.

 
Leigh (Janet) papers

The Janet Leigh papers span the years 1936-2003 and encompass approximately 42 linear feet. The collection includes scripts, voluminous scrapbook pages, periodicals, and photographs. There are around 100 bound scripts, split evenly between film and television productions. The subject files...

 
Leigh (John H.) Papers

John H. Leigh (1859-1934) was a public reader of Shakespearian plays in Great Britain. The collection contains clippings of reviews and interviews concerning Leigh's public Shakespearian readings as well as notebooks revealing Leigh's detailed study of each play in preparation...

 
Leighton (Philip Albert), "Man and Air in California" Address

Text of address presented at the Statewide Conference on Man in California, 1980s, held in Sacramento, January 27, 1964.

 
Leighton (Philip Albert) Papers

The papers primarily consist of Philip Albert Leighton's research files, teaching files, and his writings, including book and article drafts and manuscripts. Professional files include correspondence with colleagues, and files from Leighton's tenure at Metronics Associates, Inc., and SRI. Also...

 
Leighton (Robert B.) papers

This collection documents the career of Robert B. Leighton, who served as a member of the physics faculty at the California Institute of Technology from 1949 until 1986. The materials relating to the California Institute of Technology include research proposals...

 
Leikhtenberg (Gertsog Nikolai Nikolaevich fon) diary

Relates to White Russian attempts to secure aid from Germany during the Russian Civil War. Includes annotations by his father. Photocopy.

 
Leipper, Dale F. Letters from oceanographers, 1948-1991

This collection consists of copies of letters by oceanographers written as part of a letter exchange over the years 1948-1991. According to Dale Leipper, the participants "started as a Scripps alumni group who considered Harald Sverdrup to be their mentor...

 
[Leiser and McDevitt automotive garage, Sonoma, Calif.] [graphic].

Garage exterior, with automobile and four young men posed in entry. A motorcycle is also displayed at right. Address appears to be 420 West Napa St., most likely in the town of Sonoma, California. Men pictured are identified as Emil...

 
Leisure Arts Club Scrapbook

The Leisure Arts Club was founded on January 31, 1941 at the home of Althea Clark. Its purpose, as outlined in its constitution, was The collection consists of one scrapbook which documents the club's activities between 1941 and 1962. It...

 
Leitenberg (Milton) collection

Clippings, printed articles, press releases, press conference transcripts, and other printed matter, relating to Soviet-American arms limitation negotiations.

 
Leitner (Anthony U.) Memorial Collection

UCSB acquired the Anthony U. Leitner Collection from his estate in the summer of 1997. In the donation were books, tapes, ephemera, and manuscripts, including flyers, publicity announcements, conference handouts, newsletters, and legal documents relating to Tibetan Buddhism and other...

 
Leiva (Miriam) writings

Relates to social and economic conditions in Cuba.

 
Lejins (Janis) papers

Correspondence, writings, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to the annexation of Latvia to the Soviet Union, conditions in Latvia under communism, Latvian émigrés in Canada and the United States, and anti-communist Latvian émigré movements.

 
Lejnieks (Dagmara) collection

The collection contains significant materials relating to the movement for Latvian (and Baltic) independence in the late perestroika era of the Soviet Union, as well as documents pertaining to the first year of the renewed Latvian state that emerged in...

 
Leland Cunningham papers, [ca. 1916-1970].

Correspondence; research data; subject files.

 
Leland Hickman letters : Los Angeles, Calif., to Stephen Rodefer : TLS, 1983 March 15 and May 23.

Letters from Lee Hickman refer to the first issue of Box car and to Rodefer's submissions. Hickman also makes reference to the difficulties involved with publishing Box car.

 
Leland Stanford Hawkins photograph collection [graphic].

Chiefly unidentified snapshots and portrait photographs of San Francisco Bay Area African American lawyer Leland Stanford Hawkins and his wife Gladys. Also depicted are friends and other family members. Includes a snapshot of boxer Joe Louis, and various greeting cards....

 
Leland Stanford Junior University [photograph album]

Photographs of campus scenes at Stanford University in its first decade, including views of the Memorial Arch, dormitories, cactus garden, Frenchman's Lake, Lagunita, and the campus foothills. Also includes two views of Mount Hamilton and the beach at Golden Gate...

 
Leland Stanford letters : Sacramento, Calif., to Wm. P. Jones, San Quentin, Marin County and Sutter Creek, Amador County, Calif. : ALS (negative photocopies), 1860-1863.

Letters regarding Republican state and national conventions, a donation solicited by Governor Stanford from W.E. Brown, and political organizing in Amador County.

 
Leland Stanford papers, 1862-1882.

Mainly letters as Governor of California. Also a letter to Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, asking for award of a contract to William A. Bryan of the Pacific Foundry, San Francisco.

 
Leleu (Henri) Papers

This collection comprises materials, covering half a century beginning in the early 1930's through the early 1980's, of Henri Leleu's life. The scope of the materials include personal papers, documents related to gay cultural events, documents related to Leleu's political...

 
Leman (J. Howard) reports

Relates to political and economic conditions in Poland.

 
Leman (Rudolf) typescript

Relates to economic conditions in Russia, especially Siberia, in the interwar period, and to economic policy of the Vysshii sovet narodnogo khoziaistva.

 
Lemanczyk (Tadeusz) writings

Relates to communism in Europe. Includes some correspondence.

 
Lemarchand (Rene) Papers

Government reports, ephemeral publications, interviews, correspondence, notes, and printed matter, relating to the political development of the Congo, Burundi, and Rwanda.

 
Lembeck (Harvey) Papers

Harvey Lembeck made his acting debut in the Broadway production of (1948) and went on to establish himself in film, television, and on stage. The collection consists of photographs, clippings, ephemera and a small number of scripts related to his...

 
Lemieux (David) Collection

This collection comprises David Lemieux’s concert taping equipment, used to record more than 40 Grateful Dead concerts, 1989-1991.

 
Lemkin (Raphael) mimeograph

Regulations of German military governments in various occupied countries in Europe, 1940-1941.

 
Lemm (Hans) journal

Relates to voyages of the German naval cruiser Emden in the Atlantic and Mediterranean prior to World War II.

 
Lemmon (Theodore G.) (1855-1932) Collection, ca. 1885-1916

Photographs and negatives. Photos include Taos, Grand Junction Indian School, Keams Canyon, Fort Mojave Indian School, Mesa Verde Cliff Dwellings, and studio portraits.

 
Lemmon (Theodore G.) Papers

The collection consists primarily of literary works, some signed by Lemmon, some anonymous, and a couple by other people. The writings deal with themes related to Southwest Indians, including Hopis, Navajos, Apaches, and Papagos. There is some correspondence (1906-1925) and...

 
Lemon Grove Chamber of Commerce Records

The (1922-1975) document the operation and activities of the Chamber, with an emphasis on community upkeep and development.  The files consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, financial statements, maps, surveys, committee files, and reports.  The collection is divided into six series: ...

 
Lemon Grove Congregational Church Records

The collection includes correspondence, minutes of meetings of Trustees and Deacons, financial records, annual reports, records of the Missionary Society, Sunday School, Ladies Aid, Women's Fellowship, Women's Council, Golden Circle, photographs, and miscellany.  The records relate to churches and religious...

 
Lemon Grove Coordinating Council Records

The collection consists of Council Meeting minutes....

 
Lemon Grove Fruit Growers Association Records

The Lemon Grove Fruit Growers Association Records documents the organization’s financial records from the 1920s and 30s. The majority of the collection is comprised of Board of Directors meetings, amendments to by-laws, and minutes of stockholders meetings. Several of the...

 
Lemon Grove Historical Society Records

The collection consists of by laws, and records of local history forums held in Lemon Grove in 1978....

 
LeMone (Evelyn) Collection

This collection is from Evelyn LeMone, director of the LeMone School of Interpretive Ballet. There are dance magazines, clippings from the Los Angeles area newspapers, and performance programs from the fifth and sixth Pacific Regional Ballet Festival, the Pasadena Junior...

Lemos (Pedro Joseph) Letter to David Jacobson

Letter (signed Pedro de Lemos) pertains to the proposed donation of a painting to the Stanford Museum, a suggestion that the Museum collect the work of early California artists, and the efforts of Lemos and his wife in sponsoring California...

 
Lenczowski (George) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, clippings, and other printed matter, relating primarily to Middle Eastern studies in the United States, political and economic conditions in the Middle East, and American foreign policy in the Middle East.

 
Lenel (Irmgard) papers

This collection contains the papers of Irmgard Lenel, who was born in Germany in 1901 and who immigrated to the United States in 1937. She was a politically active socialist involved with groups like Women for Legislative Action and the...

 
Lenglet (Frans B.) papers

Reports, studies, and pamphlets, relating to rural development and education in the Côte d'Ivoire, and especially to the use of educational television there.

 
Lengyel (Cornel A.) Papers

Cornel Adam Lengyel (1915- ) was a poet, historian, playright and translator. The collection consists of literary manuscripts of plays, poems, fiction, and history.

 
Lenigk, (Margot Stein) processed

Relates to conditions in Indonesia and Japan during World War II. Includes phonotape cassette of reminiscences.

 
Lenin (Vladimir Il'ich) miscellaneous speeches and writings

Pamphlet, entitled K Studenchestvu : Zadachi Revoliutsionnoi Molodezhi (1903); leaflet (co-authored with V. Bonch-Bruevich), entitled Usluzhlivyi Liberal; photocopy of the table of contents of Stat'i i Rechi o Srednei Azii Uzbekistane (co-authored with Joseph Stalin, 1940); and recordings of speeches,...

 
Lenny (Henry) drawings

The Henry Lenny drawings span 6 linear feet and date from circa 1982. The collection consists of two elevation drawings, one a drawing of a building on the 1100 block of State Street (Santa Barbara, Calif.), and the other an...

 
Lenoir (Henri)

The Henri Lenoir papers consist of personal correspondence, business correspondence and materials related to the management of Vesuvio Cafe and Lenoir's promotion and sale of art by the bohemian set he worked with in San Francisco. Also included are biographical...

 
Lenoir (Henri) Pictorial Collection

Includes snapshot photographs of Henri Lenoir, his friends, associates and customers, many taken in the restaurants, bars and other establishments owned and/or frequented by Lenoir in San Francisco’s North Beach district. Among the individuals depicted are Vern Wiman, Frank Koci,...

 
Lenore Glen Offord papers, 1938-1942.

Typescripts of two of Offord's novels, Murder on Russian Hill (published by Macrae-Smith Company, 1938) and Clues to Burn (published by Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1942). Murder on Russian Hill is bound and contains corrections and additions in the author's...

 
Lens (Sidney) Photograph Collection

The collection consists of photographs, some mounted, by Sidney Lens. Mr. Lens is depicted in some of the photographs.

 
The Lens, the newsletter of the American Association of Social Workers, Los Angeles Chapter

This small collection contains 19 issues (an incomplete run) of "The Lens", the newsletter of the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Association of Social Workers. The newsletters contain general information of interest to the chapter's members, including profiles of...

 
L'Enseignement de l'Universite du College de France et des colleges a Paris

Collection consists of printed and manuscript materials on the teaching of philosophy in France, bound in four old leather volumes....

 
Lenski (Lois P.) Papers

Manuscripts of her writings for children, galleys, original illustrations along with photographs and background material; miscellaneous articles by and about her.

 
Lenz (Caroline Van Der Leck) Memoir

Caroline Van Der Leck Lenz was born 1858 February 10 in Los Angeles, California. She was the daughter of Lorenz van der Leck and Caroline Ginger. This collection consists of a 34-page manuscript, typed and edited by Lenz's daughter, Louise...

 
Lenz (Friedrich) typescript

Relates to the career of the German statesman Walther Rathenau.

 
Lenzen, Victor F. (Victor Fritz) Photographs from the Victor Lenzen papers [graphic]

Includes many portraits and group portraits, and materials for Lenzen's research on Charles S. Peirce.

 
Lenzen (Victor) Papers

Letters written to Lenzen and copies of letters by him; Mss. of books, papers, articles, speeches, lectures and problem sets; research notes on the figure of Dionysos on textiles and the lives and careers of Charles S. and Benjamin Peirce;...

 
Leo L. Stanley papers, 1923-1968.

Contains diaries including time spent on cruise ships, accounts of annual meetings and history for the Northern Association of Industrial and Railway Surgeons, medical journal articles by Stanley on his time as a prison doctor and the manuscript for "Dolores...

 
Leo Szilard essay : typescript (carbon), 1947 Mar. 7.

Discusses United States and Russian [U.S.S.R] foreign policy in regards of the atomic bomb from the view point of an atomic scientist. Includes a newspaper clipping.

 
Leo (Ulrich) Papers

The Ulrich Leo papers contain correspondence and papers relating primarily to his career as a professor of Romance literature, mainly at the University of Toronto. Although his scholarly interests were wide, Leo's particular field was the literature of Italy: the...

 
Leon Deming Tilton papers, 1925-1948.

Papers concerning his career as planning consultant in California.

 
Leon Eli collection of witness statements relating to People's Park and general unrest in Berkeley, California, 1969.

Witness statements taken during May and June of 1969, concerning arrests and other police actions occurring during the general unrest in Berkeley related to People's Park. Includes witness list, with indication of their willingness to testify in court, and People's...

 
Leon H. Nishkian papers concerning the Reber Plan, 1942-1981 (inclusive), 1942-1963 (bulk).

Outgoing letters written primarily by Leon H. Nishkian and his son Byron L. Nishkian, consulting engineers. Correspondents include Sheridan Downey, Frank R. Havener, John Reber, Casper W. Weinberger, and Richard J. Welch. Engineering reports, calculations, and other papers were written...

 
Leon J. Ladner collection relating to the Ladner family, circa 1852-1897.

Includes reproductions of: a letter from W. H. Ladner to his sister Mrs. Hugh Phillips dated Jul 21, 1852; typescript of article from the 'Victoria Colonist' Feb 20, 1897 titled 'An Argonaut at Rest: William Booth, Pioneer of California and...

 
Leon Spiro papers, 1962-1972.

Correspondence, mostly as editor of the S-B Gazette (1962-1972); some biographical materials; drafts and published versions of poems, articles, and editorials by Spiro; diaries (1967-1968); copies of alternative poetry booklets and publications from the 1960s; poetry flyers and broadsheets from...

 
Leona Redus Sansom scrapbook, circa 1989-2001.

Contains announcements of reading, publications with poems, certificates of appreciation, photographs of Sansom and a short biography.

 
Leonard (Alfred) and Leonard (Joseph) Collection

This collection documents the musical activities and compositions of the brothers Alfred and Joseph Leonard.

 
Leonard Bernard Loeb papers : additions, 1928-1977.

Correspondence, speeches, reports, writings, and publications concerning his interests and activities in physics, the University of California, Berkeley, and professional organizations in the United States and elsewhere.

Leonard (Burrel) Photographs and Fruit Labels

Photographs and fruit labels from the John and Burrel Leonard families, documenting the history of one of Cupertino's ranching families from the 1850s to their management of a prominent canning operation in the early 20th century, and later development of...

 
Leonard F. Starks Collection, 1916-1923

Blueprints, correspondence and notes, plans

 
Leonard Franklin Fuller papers, [ca. 1915-1958]

Includes Federal Telegraph Co. miscellany, drafts of speeches, newspaper clippings, materials re the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the de Forest/Armstrong patent litagation.

 
Leonard Gilcrease papers, circa 1936-1947.

Includes correspondence, drawings, resports, and photographs that document Gilcrease's career as an inventor. Also included are musical compositions by Gilcrease and glass slides of a chicken farm in Petaluma, California.

 
Leonard (Harold) motion picture research files

Harold Leonard was a critic and film historian. The collection consists of Leonard's research files dealing mainly with critical and historical aspects of motion pictures.

 
Leonard (Herbert) papers

Throughout his career, producer Herbert Leonard was involved with hundreds of television and motion picture projects. The collection consists of television and motion picture scripts, production material, correspondence, budgets, contracts, and business records.

 
Leonard J. Duhl papers, circa 1952-1996.

This collection contains materials related to the professional career of Leonard J. Duhl, Professor of Health Policy and Administration at the University of California Berkeley. The collection spans Duhl's 40-year career in government and academia, and includes materials related to...

 
Leonard (John Paul) papers

Speeches and writings, reports, memoranda, manuals, textbooks, and other printed matter, relating to American educational assistance to India, Lebanon, and Latin America.

 
Leonard L. Born collection, 1943-1959.

Reports, pamphlets, and clippings relating to experiments in the irradiation of strawberries, potatoes, and poultry. Other materials deal with experiments with algae production as a potential cattle protein source.

 
Leonard (Norman) and William H. Carder Collection

Mr. Leonard served as counsel for the International Longshore and Warehouse Union through several phases of labor disagreements including such issues as civil rights, racial discrimination, hiring and registration disputes, and management's unfair labor practices. The files of Leonard and...

 
Leonard (Robert W.) Papers

Robert Walton Leonard (1910- ) joined the Department of Physics faculty at UCLA in 1941. He taught and researched the physics of acoustics, and his particular interests were in the mechanics of wave motion and the propagation of sound in...

 
Leonarde Keeler photograph collection [graphic].

Chiefly hiking and camping scenes in the Sierra Nevada mountains, some with Sierra Club groups. Also present are boyhood photographs, family photos, etc.: v.1: Sierra Trip, 1920. (Sierra Club) -- v.2: Sierra trip -- v.3: Family photos, including portraits of...

 
Leoni (Dennis, E.) Ressurection Boulevard Papers

This collection consists of production books, schedules and call sheets, memos, correspondence, resumes, head shots, art department materials, press kits, clippings and video cassettes.Resurrection Boulevard was the first weekly one-hour dramatic series to predominately feature Latinos in both the front...

 
Leoni (Edgar H.) Papers

The collection consists of correspondence, writings, drafts, copies, research files, diaries, photographs, and miscellaneous ephemera, of Edgar H. Leoni, author under his real name of (1961), and under his pseudonym of Noel I. Garde of (1964).

 
Leonidas B. Benchley petition, affidavit, and despatch : ADS, 1868.

To [Henry Huntley Haight], Governor of California: petition asking military assistance to quell mob violence in Lake County, and affidavit, sworn in San Francisco, concerning destruction of property of Clear Lake Water Works Company, 1868, November 16. Includes a copy...

 
Leonora Levy Oberndorfer scrapbooks, ca. 1880-1900.

Newspaper and magazine clippings--poetry, news, short stories, and other items of special interest to the author.

 
Leopold (A. Starker) papers

The papers of Aldo Starker Leopold (1913-1983), a University of California, Berkeley wildlife biologist who made substantial contributions in the fields of ornithology, wildlife management and conservation, and public policy.

 
Leopold III, der Konig im Banne des Schicksals: sein Liebesroman und Leidensweg typescript

Relates to King Léopold III of Belgium. Incomplete. Includes a clipping.

 
Leopold Lerner papers, 1948-1971.

Collection consists of files of materials documenting Leopold Lerner's involvement with the following organizations: the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning (now the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies); the American Jewish League for Israel; the Zionist Organization of America;...

 
Leopold (Luna B.) Papers

Collection of reprints, miscellaneous rainfall and streamflow data, and raw data for discharge measurements and channel dimensions for Pacific Slope basins in California.

 
Leopold (Luna B.) Term Papers Collection

Collection consists of term papers compiled by Professor University of California, Riverside. Chiefly graduate papers from Landscape Architecture 222, but also includes papers from various Geology courses....

 
Leopold (Werner F.) Costa Rica Photograph Collection

Collection consists of postcards, photographs, and photograph albums related to life in Costa Rica collected by Werner F. Leopold. The bulk of the collection documents social life and customs in Costa Rica and includesurban, rural, and nature scenes. Also includes...

 
Leprette (Jacques) Papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, reports, conference and meeting materials, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to French foreign relations; French participation in the European Economic Community, European Union and other European organizations; French participation in the United Nations...

 
Lerner (Arthur) collection on Poetry Therapy

This collection contains publications pertaining to poetry therapy collected by Arthur Lerner, as well as a small amount of his correspondence. Lerner was one of the pioneers of the use of poetry therapy techniques as a form of psychological therapy.

 
Lerner (Arthur) Papers

Arthur Lerner (1915- ) was a poet and professor of psychology at California State University, Los Angeles. The collection consists of manuscripts and proofs of the book (1978), edited by Dr. Arthur Lerner.

 
Lerner (Daniel) Collection

Reports, correspondence, pamphlets, leaflets, and radio transcripts, relating to Allied propaganda in Europe during World War II, analysis of German propaganda, evaluation of wartime German morale, and German public opinion during the postwar Allied occupation. Includes reports of interrogations of...

 
Lerner (Eugene). Josephine Baker collection

African American Paris stage performer noted for her comic, yet sensual, dance routines. While she took Europe by storm, racism in her native United States prevented her from being wholly accepted until 1973, just two years before her death. The...

 
Lerner (Irving) Papers

Collection consists of material related to the career of documentary film director and producer Irving Lerner. Includes scripts and treatments, production material, correspondence, clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks. Contains material related to the motion pictures, Studs Lonigan (1960) and The Royal...

 
Leroy C. Nimmo writings, 1943.

Two manuscripts, "Trees of California" and "Valley of Death," with related letters addressed to J. Mason Hotchkiss. The first manuscript presents brief descriptions of several trees, illustrated with photographs (24 leaves). The second describes his trip to Death Valley in...

 
LeRoy Motion Picture Patents Collection, 1861-1936

Research materials of Jean A. LeRoy, of patents pertaining to the development of motion pictures.

 
Lert (Richard) papers

This collection consists of Richard Lert's video and audio recordings of performances, rehearsals and lectures, personal papers and his music score library. Lert was born in Vienna and trained as an orchestral conductor in Germany. He moved to the United...

 
Lert (Ruth C.) Dance Library and Archive

The Ruth Clark Lert Archive is a multimedia collection which documents dance history in the twentieth century, primarily in the United States. Formats in the collection include: audio recordings, video recordings, clippings, printed items, stamps, photographs, posters, catalogues, broadsides, teaching...

 
Les deux avares /

Various publishers.

 
Les fragments liriques : ballet compôsé de l'acte d'Appollon & Coronis, des Amours des Dieux, & des actes du Feu & de la Terre, des Élements : représenté par l'Académie-royale de musique le mardi 18 août 1767.

Le poeme de la premiere entrée est de Fuselier, la musique est de Mouret. Les poemes de la seconde & de la troisieme entrée sont de roi, la musique est de Des Touches.

 
Les fragments nouveaux : ballet compôsé du prologue des Amours des Dieux, de l'acte de Théonis & de celui d'Amphion : représenté par l'Académie-royale de musique le dimanche 11 octobre 1767.

The music for the 3 entrées, Amours des Dieux, Théonis, and Amphion, composed by J.J. Mouret, P.A. de Monsigny (M***) and F.L. Grenet respectively. The texts written by L. Fuselier, A.A.H. Poinsinet, and J.J. Pompignan respectively.

 
Les fêtes de Thetis : ballet heroique en deux actes precedes d'un prologue : représenté pour la premiere fois devant le roi sur le Théatre des petits Appartemens à Versailles le 14 janvier 1750.

"Les paroles sont de M. Roy; la musique du prologue & du premier acte est de M. de Blamont, et celle du second acte est de M. de Bury."

 
Les fêtes liriques : nouveau ballet-héroique en trois entrées de différents auteurs : représentées par l'Académie-royale de musique le vendredi 29 août 1766.

The music for the 3 entrées, Lindor et Ismene, Anacréon, and Érosine, composed by L.J. Francoeur, J.P. Rameau, and P.M. Berton respectively ; the texts written by M. de Bonneval, L. de Cahusac, and F.A.P. de Moncrif respectively.

 
L.E.S. Papers

A collection of memoranda, correspondence, research analysis and other papers related to the Latino Eligibility Study.To Facilitate the use of all types of web browsers, accents have been omitted.Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in...

 
Les Russes aux Iles Hawaii, 1809-1822.

Transcripts in Russian, English, and French, mainly by Alphonse Pinart, of documents supposedly in Russian archives, titled by Pinart. Summaries of two letters by Leontii Hagemeister, 1809, describing the Hawaiian Islands and making recommendations as to Russian occupation; fuller reports...

 
Lesbian Agenda for Action Records

The LAFA records (.75 linear feet) document the many activities of this important organization from its founding in 1987 to 1991. The records are divided into four series; administrative, conferences, outreach/publicity, and miscellaneous....

 
Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center (New York, NY) Records

Correspondence, meeting minutes, memoranda, organizational lists, publicity releases, flyers, bylaws, event schedules, financial records, project proposals, real estate contract, and other material documenting the founding and subsequent activities of the Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center (LGCSC) in New York...

 
Lesbian and Gay Lawyers Association of Los Angeles records

Materials relating to the activities of the Lesbian and Gay Lawyers Association of Los Angeles from 1989 to 2011, with the bulk of materials pertaining to the 1990s. The materials include board meeting minutes, correspondence, news clippings, publicity, information regarding...

 
Lesbian Avengers (San Francisco Chapter) Records

The papers (1 linear foot) document the group from its founding in 1993 through mid-1997. The Records are composed of 3 series (internal records, literature, and photographs), and are organized chronologically within each series....

 
Lesbian Catholics Together records

The group Lesbian Catholics Together was concerned with carving out space for discussion and community specifically geared towards Lesbian Catholics. This collection contains liturgical materials, bulletins and brochures as well as retreat information that reflect their mission.

 
Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Awareness Program records

Collection consists largely of the evaluation forms completed by students at Bay Area high schools and colleges following a presentation; other records include training manuals, speakers’ resources, and clippings.

 
Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center. Administrative files.

Record Series 789 contains UCLA-generated materials on UCLA LGBTQ issues, events, and organizations, including those generated by students, staff, faculty and alumni. Materials include: photographs, memorabilia and other materials compiled by the Center; an LGBTQ periodicals collection; and correspondence, curricular...

 
Lesbian Legacy Collection Subject Files

Photographs, clippings, catalogs, organizational records, flyers, pamphlets, correspondence, manuscripts, press material, slides, posters and other printed material make up the Lesbian Legacy Collection Subject Files, begun in 1996 by lesbian feminist activist and librarian, Yolanda Retter, at the ONE Institute...

 
Lesbian Love correspondence and item of clothing

B. Love was a radio personality who hosted shows on the listener sponsored radio station KPFK, based out of North Hollywood California. The content was based on lesbian lives and ranged from issues of spirituality to call in shows to...

 
Lesbian Nurses of Los Angeles records

The Lesbian Nurses of Los Angeles (LNLA) was formed in 1985 as a consciousness-raising group for registered nurses (RNs) who commonly shared one thing: "being a woman, being a feminist, and being a lesbian." The LNLA Records hold organizational documents,...

 
Lesbian Schoolworkers records

With a commitment to "fighting racism, sexism, class and oppression within our own movement and this society," the Lesbian Schoolworkers organized in 1977 to defeat the Briggs Initiatives. Their records consist of an organizational history, principles of unity and structure,...

 
Lesbian Visibility Week Records

Lesbian Visibility Week is a week-long event devoted to raising awareness around lesbian issues and identities, raising the profile of the lesbian community and celebrating. It is a combination of cultural programming, workshops addressing current and impending needs, awards ceremonies...

 
L'Escaille (Mademoiselle de) letters

Letters from individuals connected closely with the Russian Imperial family, relating to personal matters in the lives of the Russian Imperial family. Includes translations of some letters.

 
Leschander (Walter L.) Collection

Writings, diary, correspondence, photographs, maps, clippings, and pamphlets, relating to espionage, military intelligence, prisoners of war, and escape techniques, primarily during World War II.

 
Lesemann (Maurice) Papers

The Maurice Lesemann papers are composed primarily of letters from the poet-novelist Elizabeth Madox Roberts, letters from the poet-critic Yvor Winters, a letter from Janet Lewis, and poems by Winters and Roberts. The correspondence takes place between 1919 and 1933,...

 
Leslau (Wolf) Papers

Wolf Leslau (1906- ) was a professor of Hebrew and Semitic linguistics at UCLA (1955-76) and the author of many books. The collection consists of a manuscript with holographic corrections and research materials relating to Leslau's (1973) and materials relating...

 
Lesley Byrd Simpson papers, 1931-1984.

Comprised of Simpson's research notes and photostat copies of documents relating to the history of colonial Mexico and Guatemala.

 
Leslie E. Robertson collection on the World Trade Center, approximately 1965-2002.

Primarily structural engineering drawings for the construction of the New York World Trade Center Twin Towers. Small quantities of correspondence; wind and noise reports; publications, photographs and videos on the basement bombing of 1993 and the September 11, 2001 terrorist...

 
Leslie family. Collection, [195--1998].

Finding aid in the Special Collections Department, Library, University of California, Davis.

 
Leslie, Frank Letters to Mrs. A.B. Games, 1910-1914.

Seven letters are included. Some of them contain references to Joaquin Miller.

 
Leslie O. Brooks World War I letters, 1917-1919

55 holograph letters, 48 written by Brooks to family in San Francisco -- most to his sister, Lydia; a few to his brother, Theodore, or to his mother. Letters from Aug. 23, 1917 to Jan. 25, 1918 are from Kelly...

 
Leslie (Richard C.) correspondence

Relates to American merchant marine activities in Pacific, Caribbean and Atlantic waters during World War II. Correspondence mainly with L. C. Leslie, father of R. C. Leslie.

 
Leslie Spier papers, 1920-1939.

Sketches, maps, photographs used as illustrations for course on California Basin Plateau Indians.

Leslie (Stuart W.) Oral Histories on the Cold War and American Science

Collection contains 51 audiocassettes from interviews with Stanford faculty in physics, electrical engineering, aeronautics and material science, along with scientists and engineers at Bay Area companies, for his book: THE COLD WAR AND AMERICAN SCIENCE: THE MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL-ACADEMIC COMPLEX AT MIT...

 
Lesotho Subject Collection

Electronic bulletins, serial issues, pamphlets, speeches, press releases, reports, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Lesotho.

 
Lesperance (Leo B.) Papers

Leo Benjamin Lesperance served as President of the Associated Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, and was engaged in real estate development. The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, clippings, plot maps, broadsides, promotional literature, and related printed material...

 
Lesquereux, Leo Letters to Henry N. Bolander, 1862-1878.

Fifty-eight letters concerning mosses and other plants in California.

 
Lessa (William A.) papers

William Armand Lessa (1908-1997) was assigned to the postwar allied administration of Italy as a military government official administering towns and other population units. In 1947, he joined the UCLA Anthropology Department. He investigated comparative religion, myth and ritual, while...

 
Lessing (Erich) Hungarian Revolution photographs

Photographs created by Austrian photographer Erich Lessing, documenting the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. The photographs were printed in 2006 for an exhibition held at USC Libraries' Doheny Memorial Library commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution.

 
Lessing (Erich) photographs

Depicts post-World War II scenes in Austria reflecting Cold War themes, and scenes from the Hungarian Revolution.

 
Lest we forget : typescript, 1930 /

Poem reflecting on the "awful cost in terms of men and means sacrificed in World War I." Includes two letters written to Gordon L. Allenbaugh (June-July 1969) and carbon of letter written by Allenbaugh to Banks requesting a copy of...

 
Lester A. Johnson Collection, 1918-1961.

Clippings, diary, correspondence, photographs, unemployment booklet, deeds, receipts, greeting cards, promisory notes.

 
Lester (A.W.) family papers, [1853-ca. 1910]

Papers of Anson W. Lester, his wife, Addie, and members of their family, Nevada City, Calif., pioneers.

 
Lester E. Dubins papers, 1960-2004

Includes correspondence, writings, and teaching materials.

 
Lester Rowntree : California native plant woman : transcripts, 1978.

Interviews with Lester Rowntree's family, friends and colleagues re her contributions to the field of conservation, horticulture and ecology, incuding information on her botanic explorations in California and the West, seed collecting and her California native seed business. Brief interview...

 
Leszcza (Jan) Papers

The collection includes correspondence, literary manuscripts, clippings, and photographs

 
Letcher Railroad Collection, 1860-1889

Correspondence and documents concerning the Southern Pacific Company and the Northern California operations of the Central Pacific Railroad. Topics include: accidents, brakes, employee problems, engines, engineers, rates pay, and train delays....

 
Letcher Railroad Collection, 1887-1889

The addenda to the Letcher Railroad Collection consists of business correspondence of the Southern Pacific Company between Dec. 1887 and May 1889. The majority of the letters are addressed to William McKenzie, Asst. Genl. Master Mechanic, Sacramento, and H.J. Small,...

 
Letchworth (Josiah) Letters

Summary: Typescript copies of letters written to relatives while on a trip to California and the West. Describes Utah and Mormons; Colorado and mining areas; Nevada; and California, particularly San Francisco and the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Yosemite....

 
Letitia (schooner) and C.D. Bryant (bark) sea journal

The Letitia (schooner) and C.D. Bryant (bark) sea journal (SAFR 16490, HDC 211) is a photocopy of a whaling journal kept by a crew member in 1912. The journal begins in the Humboldt Boarding House as the LETITIA left for...

 
Letofsky (Irv) Collection

Pressbooks for motion pictures in which Ronald Reagan appeared as an actor.

 
Letter and papers of British artists

The collection, assembled by the repository, comprises 1360 items, mostly letters signed by 507 British painters, illustrators, printmakers, draughtsmen, and sculptors. The collection includes circa 40 illustrated letters, as well as sketches, press clippings, manuscripts, and reproductions of art works....

 
Letter by Millie Alein Lee describing her voyage on the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m)

Letter by Millie Alein Lee describing her voyage on the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) (SAFR 17258, HDC 341) consists of a reproduction of a five-page letter from describing Lee's family (including her children) voyage aboard the C.A. THAYER...

 
Letter from Nevada City, 1852.

Letter to "father and Mother" from Nevada City, dated July 6, 1852, which talks about local conditions, particularly regarding farming and lumber. The writer of this letter is unknown since all but the first sheet is missing.

 
Letter from Nevada City, 1852.

Letter to "father and Mother" from Nevada City, dated July 6, 1852, which talks about local conditions, particularly regarding farming and lumber. The writer of this letter is unknown since all but the first sheet is missing.

 
Letter from Nome, Alaska, 1929 June 23.

Carbon copy of typewritten letter by Hudson to family members about his trip from Seattle to Nome, Alaska to work for the Hammon Consolidated Gold Fields.

 
Letter from Placerville, 1854 March 20.

Letter from Placerville, signature indecipherable. Account of sea voyage to Calif., with description of stop in Isle of Gemara (?) and women loading coal on the ship. Talk of agricultural abundance in California and of life at the mines, particularly...

 
Letter from Placerville, 1854 March 20.

Letter from Placerville, signature indecipherable. Account of sea voyage to Calif., with description of stop in Isle of Gemara (?) and women loading coal on the ship. Talk of agricultural abundance in California and of life at the mines, particularly...

 
Letter from Will to Ada, 1897.

Letter from a man named Will in Stockton to a woman named Ada dated August 12, 1897. Aside from the events of daily life, the letter mentions the election of William McKinley, talks at length about the Klondike gold fever,...

 
Letter to Daniel Rolfe, 1863 June 6.

One holograph Civil War era letter written from Havana to Daniel Rolfe of Wall Street, New York. The letter describes market conditions in Havana and high prices to be obtained for goods such as ham, lard, butter, beans, and potatoes.

 
Letter to his sister, Emma, 1862 December 30.

One holograph letter fragment from an unknown Union army soldier in the New York Infantry, 134th Regiment, Company F, regarding a visit to his cousin, Charlie Rossiter. Letter written from a camp near Falmouth, Virginia.

 
Letter to Miss E. M. Folsom, 1863 July 15.

Holograph letter from R. H., a Union army soldier, to his sister, Miss E. M. Folsom, written from a camp at Boonsborough, Md. He describes long marches and a bout of illness, and mentions being at Gettysburg.

 
Letter to Patt, 1876 May 26.

One incomplete holograph letter written in Janesville, Wisconsin by an unknown former Civil War soldier. He describes a campaign with General Philip Sheridan in Virginia, during which he observed two young officers, Wesley Merritt and George Armstrong Custer, in action.

 
Letterpress copy books of University Librarian, Joseph C. Rowell

These letterpress copy books were kept by Joseph Cummings Rowell from 1878 to 1904. Many of the volumes had slips inserted commenting on interesting developments for the history of the library. Unfortunately these slips were in danger of harming the...

 
Letters : Applegate, Calif., to Pop : AL, 1894 June 23-July 14.

Three unsigned letters (4 p.) from a son to his father describing his stay in Applegate (Placer County), Calif. Discusses the scenery, climate, and wildlife.

 
Letters and Autographs of Musicians

Collection consists of letters, memoranda or postcards from Joseph Joachim, Teresa Carreno, Vincent Novello, John Stainer, Charles Gounod, Pietro Mascagni, and anonymous musicians. Also includes autographs on concert programs by Igor Stravinski, Samuel Dushkin, Walter Gieseking, and Mischa Levitzki.

 
Letters and documents of rulers and statesmen collection, 1614-1920.

Collection consists of correspondence and other manuscript documents written by and addressed to various historical figures, including: Francis Bacon, Napoleon Bonaparte, James Buchanan, Aaron Burr, Grover Cleveland, Millard Fillmore, Ulysses S. Grant, Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson (16 letters),...

 
Letters and manuscripts of musicians, 1789-1926.

Collection consists of 37 letters from composers, conductors, musicians, and vocalists. Includes 4 letters by Felix Mendelssohn (including a musical composition in four parts for three instruments, with directions for interpretation), 4 letters from Anton Seidl, 3 from Charles Gounod,...

 
Letters and promotional materials about "J.B.L. Cascade" enema treatment from Tyrell's Hygienic Institute, New York, 1923.

Two T.L.s. (signature apparently in inkstamp) from Richard Palmer, President of Tyrell's Hygienic Institute (152 West 65th Street, New York, N.Y.) to Mrs. R.W. Costilo, Foxboro, Mass. in 1923, offer information about the company's products and highlight its "J.B.L. Cascade"...

 
Letters and reports of various California missionaries : ms. 1849-1854.

Extracts and copies, from the files of the Home Mission Record.

 
Letters and Science (College of). Administrative files of Helen Astin.

Record Series 629 contains the administrative files of Helen Astin, Associate Provost of the College of Letters and Science at the University of California, Los Angeles.

 
Letters and Science (College of). Dean. Administrative files of Paul A. Dodd.

Record Series 624 contains the administrative files of Paul A. Dodd, Dean of UCLA's College of Letters and Science.

 
Letters and Science (College of). Executive Committee. Minutes of meetings.

Record Series 376 contains the meeting minutes of the Executive Committee, College of Letters and Science. Included are volumes I - XXXI, covering the years of 1929-1984.

 
Letters and Science (College of). Faculty. Minutes of meetings and committee reports.

Record Series 375 contains six volumes of meeting minutes and committee reports generated by the faculty of UCLA's College of Letters and Science between 1924-1980.

 
Letters and Science (College of). Provost. Annual reports.

Record Series 492 contains the annual reports of the Provost of UCLA's College of Letters and Science.

 
Letters and Science (College of). Social Sciences Provost. Administrative files.

Record Series 560 contains the administrative files of the Social Sciences Provost at UCLA's College of Letters and Science.

 
Letters by two Japanese-American schoolgirls from internment centers during World War II, 1942-1943.

Addressed to their former teacher in San Francisco, Esther Pitman. One, Sept. l9, l942, written from Tanforan Center; the other, Aug. 27, l943, from Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming.

 
Letters concerning the estate of John H. Pillsbury, 1854-1858.

Letters from C.E. Williams and R.T. Miller, Judges, Probate Court, Trinity County, California, to the family of John H. Pillsbury.

 
Letters from Bradford Torrey to Olive Thorne Miller

Bradford Torrey (1843-1912) was an ornithologist and author. This collection contains letters from Mr. Bradford Torrey to Mrs. Olive Thorne Miller from 1889-1907 regarding birds in New England and Santa Barbara.

 
Letters from California congressmen concerning the passage of the Telepost bill, [1909-1910]

Includes letters from Frank Putnam Flint, Julius Kahn, Duncan E. McKinlay, James McLachlan, George Clement Perkins and Sylvester Clark Smith. Also, one letter from Texas Representative, Walter Robert Smith.

 
Letters from gold-seekers, 1849-1852.

Two letters by Thomas Forbes (April 1849 at Rio Janeiro and March 1850 at North fork of American River) describe voyage from New York, mining experiences, Sacramento flood, Chinese mining camp, etc. Two letters by M. Brainard (May and Dec....

 
Letters from priests resident at Mission San José : ALS, 1806-1819.

Letters from Fathers Luis Gil y Toboada, Narciso Duran and Buenaventura Fortuny; addressed to Fathers Tomás de la Peña, José Viñals and Juan Cortés.

 
Letters from priests resident at San Francisco de Asís Mission to their superiors at the Apostolic College of San Fernando in Mexico : ALS, 1806-1817.

Letters from Fathers Martin de Landaeta, Juan Sainz de Lucio and Ramon Abella. Copy of a communication from Fr. José Señan, Aug. 14, 1823, certified by Fr. Vicente Francisco de Sarria, included.

 
Letters from priests resident at Santa Cruz Mission : ALS, 1806-1817.

Letters from Fathers Domingo Carranza, Jaime Escudé, Marcelino Marquinez, Andrés Quintana, Estévan Tapis and Francisco Uria; addressed to Fathers José Guilez, Tomás de la Peña, Juan Norberto de Santiago and José Viñals.

 
Letters from resident priests at San Miguel Mission : ALS, 1806-1809.

Letters from Fathers Pedro Muñoz and Juan Martín; addressed to Fathers Tomás de la Peña and José Viñals.

 
Letters from the Director of the Pacific Coast Shipbuilding School

Letters from the Director of the Pacific Coast Shipbuilding School (SAFR 17179, HDC 284) were written by L.T. Taylor in 1941. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

 
Letters of British architects

An assembled collection of letters written by 34 British architects between 1793 and 1921, most of them from the second half of the 19th century.

 
Letters of British art patrons, collectors, and dealers

An assembled collection of 66 letters, written by 47 persons between 1821 and 1921. Most letters date to the 19th century. The letters present a view of the 19th century world of art patrons, dealers, and collectors.

 
Letters of British authors

This collection, assembled by the repository, comprises 150 letters sent by 73 persons between 1770 and 1915. The authors of the letters include British editors, publishers, writers, art critics, politicians, archaeologists, scientists, writers on architecture, and writers of dictionaries.

 
Letters of British dignitaries and professionals

The collection, assembled by the repository, comprises 65 letters from 43 correspondents. The senders are well-known people in England, including physicians, politicians, directors of cultural institutions, and members of the peerage and the clergy. The letters cover a wide variety...

 
Letters of Instructions to Churches in New Mexico and Mexico

This is a bound collection of hand-written letters and instructions for churches in Mexico and New Mexico from 1815-1819. Materials are in Spanish.

 
Letters of support for Joyce Jenkins : Poetry flash editor : photocopies, 1988.

Concerns the popularity and usefulness of the free publication "Poetry flash," and its editor Joyce Jenkins.

 
Letters on illustrated letterheads from California businesses : typescript and manuscript, 1869-1917, (bulk 1880s- 1890s)

Chiefly color illustrated letterheads from California wine industry businesses. Letters from San Francisco based businesses include B. Dreyfus & Co., California Wine Association, E.G. Lyons & Raas Co., Italian-Swiss Colony, Kohler & Frohling, and Sonoma Wine Company, along with the...

 
Letters Regarding San Francisco Earthquake, 1865.

This collection includes two letters on "Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco Cala." letterhead stationery, and one Western Union telegram. One letter and the telegram are both dated October 21, 1865. The letter is to J.A. Donohoe, Esqr., President of...

 
Letters regarding the French intervention in Mexico, 1862-1865.

Contains 4 letters relating to the difficulty of military operations, and of obtaining arms; judgments against the population; and politics during the reign of Emperor Maximilian in Mexico. Also includes a photograph of an assembly in the street, possibly of...

 
Letters relating to British Columbia received by H.H. Bancroft, 1862-1879.

A letter from the Hudson's Bay Company, London (1879); a letter from G. Richard Laylin (undated); a letter from Sir Victor Luis Langesin, Ottawa (1878); and a letter from Warner R. Spalding, New Westminster, BC (1862)

 
Letters to Ernest Dawson and Charles Yale, 1924-1940.

Letters from Robert E. Cowan, Seymour Dunbar, Rodney S. Ellsworth, Phil Townsend Hanna, W.L. Jepson, J.A. Munk, Marco R. Newmark, Edwin L. Sabin, Charles F. Saunders and Perry Worden.

 
Letters to George P. Tyler, 1861.

Two Civil War era holograph letters. One letter, from W. H. Parker, pertains to a recommendation for his son, John E. Parker, a corporal in the 6th Regiment of Vermont Volunteers, Company A. A second letter, from Tom Warren, concerns...

 
Letters to Robert L. Matthews : ALS, 1865,1868.

Letters to Robert L. Matthews from his brother, Samuel, written from Mississippi, 1865 , and from his nephew, Robert J? W. Matthews, from Tennessee, 1868, concerning the family during and after the Civil War.

 
Letters to the chief post officer at Cavite, Luzon, Philippines : LS, 1895-1896.

Correspondence concerning the murder of a sailor from the cruiser Castilla.

 
Letters to Tom at sea : from mother and sister, San Francisco, Calif., 1866.

Contains 5 letters to a seaman from his family while he is at sea and inaccessible and not writing. Mentioned is Captain Scammon, famous for decimating the gray whale population in Magdalena Bay, Baja; "Cork the Clown" attempt of a...

 
Letters to Turtullus King, 1863.

Collection consists of two Civil War era letters addressed to Turtullus King of Trumansburg, New York. In one, Henry [?], a Union army soldier stationed in Centreville, Virginia, describes his experiences. A second letter from E. Marshall of Clarkson, New...

 
Letters to William Leonard Schwartz from French Literary Figures

These letters were found in books inscribed to W. L. Schwartz by their authors; correspondents are Fernand Desonay, 1938-40, Marc Adolphe Guegan, 1924, Leon Lemonnier, 1931, Hubert Fabureau, 1930, and Albert Flory, 1927. There are also several typescript poems by...

 
Letters to William Nolton, 1864, [186-?]

Two Civil War era letters to William Nolton. One is from his brother, Byron, a Union soldier in the New York Infantry, 147th Regiment, concerning camp life in Virginia. A second is from his cousin, Molie, regarding personal matters.

 
Letters written during honeymoon trip to California and Oregon, 1872.

Eleven letters dated April to July 1872 from a newly married couple traveling in California and Oregon on their honeymoon trip. Eight are addressed to "My dear Mother" and sent to William's family home somewhere near Poughkeepsie, New York. Two...

 
Lettrism Papers

A collection of letters and ephemera belonging to editor Raymond Queneau, one of the founders of "Ouilipo." The materials concern the avant-garde movement Lettrism, and comprise correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, and ephemera.

 
Lettrist Movement Papers

Assorted material from the Lettrist movement, including manuscripts, printed essays and tracts, and exhibition ephemera.

 
Leung (Galen) Papers

These papers document the community planning process for the Return to Work Project for People with AIDS (PWAs) and the development of other community based AIDS service projects.

 
Leurquin (Philippe P.) bibliography

Relates to the Congo before and after independence.

 
Leuschner (Armin O.) Papers - Portraits

Portraits of Armin O. and Ida Louise Leuschner, historical figures of astronomy and science (Copernicus, Galileo, Brahe, Euclid and others), and associates of Leuschner.

 
Leuschner, Armin Otto Photographs from the Armin Otto Leuschner papers [graphic]

Includes one photo of a switchboard stamped "Washington Observatory, University of Wisconsin, Madison"; two school photographs from Germany; and a photo of the castle in Wartburg, Germany.

 
Levaco (Benjamin M.) Papers

Benjamin Levaco was a Russian-born Jew who moved to China with his family in 1915 at the age of four. He grew up in Harbin and Tientsin, and after graduating high school began working for a sausage casing company in...

 
Levaco (Benjamin Michael) papers

Autobiographical writings, letters, certificates, bulletins, and photographs, relating to the Russian Jewish community in China from 1915 to 1950.

 
Levchik (Dmitrii) Aleksandrovich papers

Writings, correspondence, reports, memoranda, notes, election campaign literature, and other printed matter, relating to political conditions and election campaigns in Russia, activities of the Sotsial-demokraticheskaia Partiia Rossiiskoi Federatsii, and organization of independent miners' trade unions in Russia.

 
Leveaux (Roberta Boyd Sandoz) papers

Interview transcript, other writings, pilot log books, printed matter, and photographs, relating to airplane ferrying by women pilots in Great Britain during World War II.

 
Levee Rehabilitation Project Collection

Environmental assessments and Findings of no significant impact issued for levee repair projects following the floods of December 1996 and January 1997.

 
Levenson (Joseph R.) Papers

Correspondence with colleagues, friends, former students, etc.; MSS of his writings (books and articles) primarily on Chinese history and civilization; some related notes; biographical information and personalia; notes for course lectures and seminars.

 
Levenson (Roger) and the Tamalpais Press Archive

Papers of Tamalpais Press and its founder Roger Levenson, dating from 1955-1994, including correspondence, job files, proofs and related ephemera.

 
Levenson (Roger) papers

The papers of Roger Levenson, founder of the Tamalpais Press and instructor of a history of the book course at the University of California, Berkeley.

 
Leventritt (Mortimer) collection

One volume, with case. "Views of the renovated galleries housing the MORTIMER LEVENTRITT COLLECTIONS at the Stanford University Museum."

 
Levertov (Denise) Papers

The Denise Levertov papers provide a remarkable window into the life of this important English-born, American poet. According to Kenneth Rexroth, Denise Levertov was "the most subtly skillful poet of her generation, the most profound, the most modest, the most...

 
Levertov (Denise) papers from the estate of Michell Goodman

This collection contains personal and family correspondence, poetry and prose writings, and journals and notebooks from Denise Levertov.

 
Levi Chamberlain journals. 1822-1849 typed transcripts.

Account of voyage from Boston around the Horn to Hawaii; life as missionary and later as superintendent of secular affairs for the Sandwich Islands Mission; conversion and education of the natives; note of arrival of ships from America and elsewhere...

 
Levi Goodrich papers, 1850-1889.

Include deeds for property in Santa Clara County and a few miscellaneous papers.

 
Levi (Linda) Artwork and Exhibit Material

This collection consists of Linda Levi's personal and family photographs; prints and images of her artwork; and exhibit announcements and catalogs related to her group and solo shows. Also included is Levi's resume, newspaper articles, and press releases....

 
Levi (M.) typescript

Closing speech for the defense in the trial in a German court of Prince Mpundo Akwa of Cameroon on charges of fraud and false assumption of a title of nobility. Includes a foreword and translation by Victor Grove. Photocopy.

 
Levi Parsons letters, 1853.

Letter from Parsons to Juan Sánchez, 1853 Oct. 8, warning Sánchez about grazing cattle on Parsons's property; and letter from Nicholas Den to Parsons, 1853 June 4, regarding the sale of property at Rancho Santa Paula.

 
Levi (Paul) miscellaneous papers

Funeral oration delivered in Berlin, February 2, 1919, in memory of Karl Liebknecht and Rosa Luxemburg, German communist leaders; and catalog of books in the private library of P. Levi.

 
Levi Strauss & Co. executive, Bay Area philanthropist, and owner of the Oakland Athletics : oral history transcript / 1995.

Haas discusses his family background, friendships, and education at the University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard; his associationwith Levi Strauss & Co., and ownership of the Oakland Athletics baseball team. Topics include management practices, philanthropic activity, social responsibility, membership in...

 
Levi Strauss & Co.: Tailors to the World : oral history transcript / and related material, 1972-1976.

Interviews with Walter A. Haas, Sr., Daniel E. Koshland, Sr., Walter A. Haas, Jr., and Peter E. Haas, the four presidents of the firm since World War I. Comments on the growth of the company from regional manufacturer to multinational...

 
Levi Turner Burcham papers, 1947-1986.

The papers consist of diaries, field notes, and writings that reflect Levi Turner Burcham's interests in range, livestock, and watershed management, grazing, controlled burning, geology, botany, and meteorology.

 
Levin (Alvin Irving) Collection of music manuscripts

This collection consists of manuscript music scores and photocopies of compositions of Alvin Irving Levin

 
Levin (Emanuel) Collection of Bonus Army Materials

In 1932 about 15,000 unemployed veterans known as the Bonus Army conducted regular marches to Congress, petitioning for immediate payment of certificates owed them by the federal government. Emanuel Levin was one of the leaders. After President Hoover authorized transportation...

 
Levin (Fedor) papers

Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to literature in the Soviet Union, and to the Soviet "anti-cosmopolitanism" campaign in 1949.

 
Levine (Frances Fay Brunstein) Papers, 1937-1968

The Frances Fay Brunstein Papers consist of personal papers of Frances Fay Brunstein Levine who traveled extensively as an economist for the United States government in the 1950's. The papers include Frances' own writings and correspondence, travel brochures from her...

 
Levine (Gene N.) Japanese American Research Project Records

Levine was born on May 15, 1930 in Medford, Massachusetts. He received his AB from Boston University in 1952 and his Ph.D from Columbia University in 1959. He was a research associate at the Columbia University Bureau of Applied Social...

 
Levine (Isaac Don) miscellaneous papers

Memorandum, 1958, and transcripts of hearings of the United States Senate Internal Security Subcommittee, 1957, both relating to the dispute between I. D. Levine and Martin K. Tytell regarding the authenticity of documents used by I. D. Levine in his...

Levinskaia-Lesman collection

The collection consists of serials, pamphlets, and leaflets issued by nationalist, fascist, and religious organizations in Saint Petersburg, Russia, relating to political conditions in Russia. They were collected by Irina Levinskaia and Iurii Lesman.

 
Levinson (John M.) Papers

Speeches and writings, conference proceedings, reports, studies, memoranda, correspondence, pamphlets, hearing transcripts, serials, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to medical conditions in Vietnam and elsewhere in Indochina, private American medical and other relief assistance to Vietnam, and the...

 
Levinson (Robert) papers

The collection consists of Robert Levinson's correspondence; files, drafts, and a card file relating to Levinson's dissertation on Jews and the California Gold Rush; and a small number of files on Camp Swig.

 
Levinstein (David) processed volumes

Relates to Beniamin Levinshtein, a Polish-Soviet inmate of forced labor camps in the Soviet Union.

 
Levinthal (Elliott C.) Viking Lander Imaging Science Team Papers

Collection consists primarily of the Viking orbiter and lander photographic materials such as prints with descriptive captions, stereo positive/negative film pairs, and 35mm presentation slides. It also includes maps, ephemera, and published materials such as newsletters, bulletins, press kits, technical...

 
Levitow (Abe and Charlotte) collection

The Abe and Charlotte Levitow collection spans the years 1939-1978 (bulk 1964-1973) and encompasses approximately 7.1 linear feet. The collection contains drawings, animation cels, background paintings, scripts, publicity materials, disc recordings, motion picture film, and photographs....

 
Levitskii (D.) holograph

Relates to the forced repatriation to the Soviet Union of Soviet prisoners by Allied authorities in Germany in 1945. Includes typed transcript.

 
Levitsky (Eugene L.) Writings

History, entitled Ataka, relating to the operations of the 2nd Ufim Cavalry Division, during the Russian Civil War in May 1919; and memoirs, entitled Fevral'skie Dni, relating to Russian military operations, 1916- 1917, and to the Russian Revolution. Photocopy.

 
Levoff (Joseph) Collection

Joseph Levoff was born on July 7, 1930 in Shanghai, China. His father was born in Manchuria while his mother came from Siberia in Russia. Levoff grew up in Shanghai's French Concession and went to the Shanghai Jewish School. In...

 
Levorsen (A. I.) Addresses and Publications

Collection includes 3 addresses on petroleum geology, 1948-55; miscellaneous reprints 1936-66; his SRI report on oil reserves of western Canada, 1951; notes for a lecture in 1965; catalog and dedication program for the A. I. Levorsen Geology Collection in the...

 
Levy and Goldwater families of Los Angeles, California photograph album

Album of 188 photographs documenting family, friends, marriage, and travels of Hortense Levy Goldwater, dated 1897-1901. The album opens with a family photo, dated 1898, of Hortense's parents, Michel Levy and Rebecca Lewin Levy, Hortense, her sister Therese, and her...

 
Levy (Beatrice S.) Papers

The collection encompasses a variety of document types related to the professional life of Beatrice Levy. There is active correspondence, most of which pertains to exhibition activities throughout her career. Newspaper clippings in the collection primarily document exhibition showings or...

 
Levy (Daniel W.), "Four California Railroad Lawyers in the Classical Era" Typescript

This research paper, prepared for Robert W. Gordon's class "History of American Law," concerns the legal history of the Central Pacific Railroad and four lawyers associated with it, Hall McAllister, Silas W. Sanderson, Creed Haymond, and Alfred A. Cohen.

 
Levy family papers, 1876-1958.

The collection consists of papers and photographs relating to the California descendents of immigrant Morris Levy. Included are family correspondence and family documents; cemetery deeds from the First Hebrew Congregation in Oakland (Temple Sinai) and Congregation Beth Olam in Hollywood;...

 
Levy (Jessica) Playbills Collection

Jessica Levy compiled this collection of playbills ranging in date from 1955 - 2003. The majority document performances in New York City theaters, but a few were created for international productions. Broadway and off-Broadway stage efforts are represented....

 
Lew Welch, Wobbly Rock, Muir Beach [graphic].

Poster bears photographic portrait of Lew Welch at Muir Beach, Marin County, California.

 
Lew (Yao-huan) papers

Diaries and notes, relating to relations between China and Taiwan.

 
Lewin (Albert E.) papers

Albert E. Lewin was a comedy writer whose career spanned from the 1930s to the 1990s. His numerous credits include a mixture of productions from radio, television, motion pictures, and stage. The collection consists of script and production files as...

 
Lewin (Ellen) Papers

The collection is comprised of six boxes of interviews, each numbered according to which group in the sampling design a particular interview belongs. The sampling design uses the following categories: sexual orientation (self-identified as lesbian or heterosexual); relationship status (i.e.,...

 
Lewis (Al) Radio and Television Scripts

Al Lewis was best known as a writer and director for the radio and television series . The collection consists of radio, television, and motion picture scripts related to Lewis's career.

 
Lewis (Angie) Papers, 1980-1991

This collection was donated by Carole Angela "Angie" Lewis after she was interviewed by Sally Smith Hughes as a part of her oral history series . It consists primarily of conference materials, correspondence and writings by Lewis, concerning her educational...

 
Lewis (Arthur J.) papers

Reports, bulletins, studies, correspondence, minutes, and pamphlets, relating to education in various countries in Africa and elsewhere, and to American educational assistance programanuscript Includes much material on work of the Overseas Liaison Committee of the American Council on Education.

 
Lewis (Austin) Papers

Relating primarily to his interest in civil liberties, to various causes including efforts to free Tom Mooney and Warren Billings and to repeal California's criminal syndicalism law, and to his legal career. Include correspondence, MSS of his writings and lectures,...

 
Lewis Baker papers, circa 1877-1896.

Contains personal and official correspondence (50 letters, manuscript and typescript). essays, articles, and legal documents. The bulk of the correspondence consists of manuscript letters from Baker with accompanying typescript transcriptions (some are partial). Some of the original manuscript letters transribed...

 
Lewis (C. Day) Letters

Holograph letters of a personal nature in which reference is madeto Wright's review of the Day's THE GATE....

 
Lewis Cass Granger correspondence, 1851-1857.

Include letters from Abel Stearns, Amasa Lyman and Charles C. Rich, expressing political views.

 
Lewis (Clarence I.) Papers

This collection contains: the correspondence of CLARENCE IRVING Lewis, PHILOSOPHY PROFESSOR (or about Lewis) dating from 1953 through 1967; the lecture notes Lewis used for his Philosophy courses; the manuscripts of Lewis' books such as manuscripts of Lewis' papers; reprints...

 
Lewis Duck letters : Yankee Jims, Placer Co., and Sacramento, Calif., to John Larwill, [Sr.] and [Jr.], Denison University, Granville, and later, Wooster, Ohio : 6 ALS and typed transcripts, 1854 Sept. 10-1856 Aug. 28.

Originals (21 p. and 2 envelopes) and typed transcripts (19 p.) of letters to a friend in Ohio; the first letter is obviously sent to Larwill's father. Duck recounts the hardships of his trip by train, mule, and foot across...

 
Lewis F. Clark photograph collection [graphic]

Wilderness views, primarily of Sierra Nevada scenes, outings, ski trips, mountaineering, etc. Many views are from Sierra Club outings.

 
Lewis F. Clark Sierra Club papers, 1931-1988.

Consists of correspondence, minutes, agendas, and other papers pertaining to Clark's board membership and committees on which he served, including files from the Lodges and Lands Committee documenting the construction of Clair Tappaan Lodge near Donner Summit in 1934. Also...

 
Lewis Family Papers

The Lewis Family Papers contain materials relating primarily to Reed Lewis (1787-1836), his son John Bacon Lewis (1825-1909), and John's wife, Elizabeth (1826-1866). John Bacon Lewis was a California pioneer who operated a draying business in San Francisco from 1849-1856....

 
Lewis Ferbraché pictorial collection [graphic]

Print, showing rear view of two Indian children reading; signed "L.M. Dixon (design, in mat, visible image 25 x 18 cm., for cover or poster of Overland monthly, undated)

 
Lewis (Frank Dunham) Papers

Frank Dunham Lewis, born 1863, was a U. S. Special Indian Agent appointed in 1889, and served as delegate from the 78th district to the 35th session of the California Assembly in 1903. This collection consists mainly of Lewis' incoming...

 
Lewis (George H.) Diary, 1863-1866

A diary kept by George H. Lewis while a member of the crew of the sailing ships 'Susan Jane' and 'Sunrise' during the years 1863-1866.

 
Lewis (Harry L.) and Mooers (De Sacia) papers

Harry L. Lewis (1883-1963) was an oil speculator, periodicals publisher, sports agent, boxing promoter, horse racing organizer and manager, and real estate developer. He was married to actress De Sacia Mooers (1879-1960), who acted on stage in New York and...

 
Lewis J. Ashby World War I letters, 1917-1919.

27 letters written by Lewis J. Ashby, of Company F, 117th Engineers, to his girlfriend Mildred Neher in Los Angeles and Long Beach, along with one letter from Mildred to Lewis. His letters were written from France, and later from...

 
Lewis (James) Letters

Letters to Annie Law, a teacher and fellow shell collector....

 
Lewis (Janet) Papers

Incoming personal and professional correspondence, including letters from William Bergsma, Gus Blaisdell, Elizabeth Daryush, Donald Davie, John Edmunds, John Fraser, Richard Freis, Charles Gullans, Thom Gunn, Maurice Lesemann, N. Scott Momaday, Grosvenor Powell, Pearl Andelson Sherry, Ann Stanford and Donald...

 
Lewis Lauriat letters, 1849-1857.

Photocopies and transcriptions of letters, most of which were written by Lauriat from California or aboard ship during his passage, between 1849 and 1857.

 
Lewis Lauriat letters, 1849-1857.

Photocopies and transcriptions of letters, most of which were written by Lauriat from California or aboard ship during his passage, between 1849 and 1857.

 
Lewis (Leland) Aerial Photographs of Baja California Collection

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

 
Lewis M. Clement papers, 1938-1975.

Reminiscences of his career in radio engineering; drafts of papers written by him re commercial radio history; and applications for engineering society awards with related copies of letters from W.R.G. Baker, H.H. Buttner, Alfred N. Goldsmith, Raymond A. Heising, F.R....

 
Lewis (Martha J.) Collection

On April 15, 1846 the families of James Fraser Reed and George and Jacob Donner, comprising 31 people in 9 wagons, left Springfield, Illinois for California. On May 19 the party joined a larger wagon train captained by William...

 
Lewis (Marx) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, bulletins, newsletters, press releases, resolutions, trial transcripts, pamphlets, and clippings, relating to the 1919 trial of Victor Berger under the Espionage Act; Socialist Party internal politics, especially during the mid-1930s; post-World War II opposition to communism...

 
Lewis (M.G.) Commonplace Book

This commonplace book belonged to M. G. ("Monk") Lewis, a Romantic writer with ties to Jamaica who wrote the notorious Gothic novel The Monk (1796). Contents are varied, ranging from jokes, observations, and songs to oriental tales literary excerpts.

 
Lewis, Michael Papers, 19---19--.

Finding aid in the Special Collections Department, Library, University of California, Davis.

 
Lewis, Oscar Correspondence with Caroline Wenzel : TLS, 1938-1957.

Twenty-three letters are addressed to Wenzel, four are from Wenzel to Lewis. Many of the Lewis letters were written as secretary of the Book Club of California; some concern his own writing.

 
Lewis (Oscar) papers

The papers of Oscar Lewis including correspondence, manuscripts, galley proofs, photographs, clippings, articles, broadsides and other ephemera.

 
Lewis P. Hobart Collection

The collection consists of architectural drawings of commercial buildings by Lewis P. Hobart in the Bay Area.

 
Lewis Ransome Freeman collection, 1931-1955.

This collection consists of correspondence to and from Lewis Ransome Freeman, dated 1931-1955. 23 letters are incoming from various South American and North American locations; 7 letters are outgoing, written by Freeman to his brother Lynn and to his mother;...

 
Lewis Rice Bradley biographical notes, 1874-1880s.

Life in Virginia, Kentucky, and Missouri; to California with livestock, 1852 and 1854; stock-raising in Lander and Elko counties from 1862; Governor of Nevada, 1871-1879. Includes information on family, especially his son John R. (1835-1902), anecdotes, and a statement concerning...

 
Lewis (Robert L.) Collection

This collection consists of several publicity materials related to the Robert L. Lewis Studio in Santa Barbara....

 
Lewis (Roger L.) Papers

Reports, notes, correspondence, printed matter, clippings, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to operations of the American Red Cross in Archangel, Russia.

 
Lewis (Ruth E.) Scrapbooks

Scrapbooks from her student days at Stanford, volume one, 1905-08, volume two, 1908-10; includes invitations, programs, menus, calling cards, dance cards, greeting cards, clippings, postcards, notes, class registration cards, and photographs. Some items pertain to Lowell High School in San...

 
Lewis (Sherman) collection

Clippings, journal articles, bulletins, newsletters, government publications, and other printed matter, relating to American foreign and military policy, international relations, international economics, arms control, human rights, environmentalism, international relief, and international development assistance.

 
Lewis, Sinclair Letters to Mrs. Josephine Foster , 1909-1921.

Also included is a letter by William Benét.

 
Lewis (William J.) Collection

Includes correspondence from the period of the 1934 Pacific Coast Maritime strike, when Lewis was International Longshoremen's Association (ILA) district president for the West Coast; scrapbooks from the 1934 strike era that document his strike leadership, his attempts to quash...

 
Lewis (William) Papers

William Lewis decided on a dancing career after seeing the Frisco Kid perform in the early 1920s. He began in vaudeville with the group, Sunshowers, and later with a travelling minstrel show. His wife Elsie studied Russian ballet and tap...

 
Lewitzky Dance Company records

Based in Los Angeles, California, the Lewitzky Dance Company was formed in 1966 by Bella Lewitzky and gave its last performance on May 18, 1997. The archive consists of papers, films, photographs, costumes, programs, posters, stage plots, and sound recordings....

 
Lewy (Guenter) collection

Bulletins, newsletters, serial issues, university catalogues, pamphlets, reports, and photocopies of correspondence, minutes and military documents, relating to university education and student radicalism in West Germany, especially at the Universita? Bremen; and the American peace movement, especially activities of the...

 
Lewy (Hans) Papers

Consists of correspondence, writings, teaching materials, and notes relating to Lewy's career as a mathematician in Germany and the United States. Also included are biographical materials and photographs. This collection includes very few materials relating to the Loyalty Oath controversy...

 
Lewytzkyi (Borys) papers

Drafts and biographical data used in preparation of the book by B. Lewytzkyj, The Stalinist Terror in the Thirties : Documentation from the Soviet Press (Stanford: Hoover Institution Press, 1974). Includes material relating to political purges in the Soviet Union...

 
Lexical-Functional Grammar [videorecording]

Sixteen lectures of a full-length course presented at the 1987 Linguistic Institute held at Stanford University ....

 
Lexmond (Ann) Collection

Four framed records originally presented to Anna Lexmond for selling RCA Special Products compilations.

 
Ley (J.W.T.) Correspondence

The Dickens Fellowship was founded on October 6, 1902. The organization's purpose continues to be to create a common bond of friendship between admirers of English novelist Charles Dickens (1812-70) and to preserve properties associated with Dickens and his works....

 
Ley (Robert) press releases

Relates to a proposal by R. Ley, leader of the German Labor Front, 1933-1945, for an old-age pension in Germany.

 
Leyda (Jay) Papers

Jay Leyda (1910-1988) was a critic, filmmaker, author, editor and educator. Leyda also worked as a technical advisor on Russian subjects for Hollywood and taught at Yale, York University and New York University. The collection consists of manuscripts and page...

 
L.F. Cooper field book, circa 1878.

Pertains to survey of land in north-eastern California near the Oregon border.

LGBT Oral History Interviews

The materials consist of audio and transcripts from oral histories conducted with LGBT alumni....

 
Li (Choh H.) Papers

The Choh Hao Li papers consist of 52 cartons and 2 boxes containing files spanning his career at the University of California, (1938-87) with the bulk of the material dating from the 1960s through his retirement from the Hormone Research...

 
Li (Jon) Papers

Jon Li, a public policy analyst, is a resident of Davis, California. The collection contains videotapes of Li’s interviews on Davis Community Television, as well as some of his articles on economics.

 
Liang (Fulin) writings

Relates to law and economic conditions in Hong Kong. Photocopy.

 
Liang Heng collection

Writings, printed matter, sound recordings, and photographs, relating to student democratization movements in Hunan Province, China.

 
Liang (Lone) photographs

Depicts Chinese diplomats, including T. V. Soong and H. H. Kung, in Europe.

 
Liashevskii (Reverend Stefan) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, and photographs, relating to the Russian Orthodox Church and Russian émigré affairs.

 
Libby (Willard F.) Papers

Willard F. Libby (1908-1980) was a professor in the UCLA Department of Chemistry (1959), and director of the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics at UCLA. In 1960, he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for developing the radio-active dating...

 
A liberal journalist on the air and on the waterfront : oral history transcript : labor and political issues, 1932-1990 / 1998.

Russian socialist Jewish family background; Los Angeles boyhood; mother's medical practice; education, UC Berkeley; theater acting; news broadcasting: Office of War Information (World War II), KGO, KPFA and others; UN Conference on International Relations, 1945; VFW race policies; Tenney Committee,...

 
Liberation sound recording

South African black nationalist songs. Produced by the South African Freedom Committee, New York.

 
Liberian Subject Collection

Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, reports, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Liberia, and to the coups of 1980 and 1990.

Liberman (Alexander) photography archive

The archive contains photographs by Alexander Liberman, Russian-born photographer, art director of Vogue magazine, and editorial director of Condé Nast publications. Included in the collection are approximately 8,000 photographic prints, 50,000 transparencies, 90,000 negatives, 38 books of contact prints, and...

 
Liberman (E. G.) letter

Letter to American history student Jimee Sue Andrews, relating to Soviet economic reforms. Photocopy.

 
Libertarian Party of California records

Election campaign literature, correspondence, memoranda, newsletters, legal documents, press releases, statistics, lists, clippings, position papers, video tapes, and sound recordings, relating to presidential and gubernatorial election campaigns of the Libertarian Party of California.

 
Libertarians for Gay and Lesbian Concerns Collection

The Libertarians for Gay and Lesbian Concerns Records, .5 linear feet, covers the years 1979 to 1987. The Records document the activities of LGLC especially those of George Meyer, LGLC's National Coordinator from 1983 to 1987. The Records are arranged...

 
The Liberty Bell at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition [graphic]

Two views of the Liberty Bell on exhibit; apparently the final time that it was allowed to travel due to its fragility. A third view shows the bell suspended from a crane with two men standing on it.

 
Liberty Bond Parade (San Francisco, Calif.) photographs with some Sonoma County and Marin County views [graphic].

15 photographs of 1917 Liberty Bond Parade, San Francisco. 6 photographs taken in Sonoma County depicting Mission San Francisco de Solano de Sonoma, Fetters Hot Springs, and town of Sonoma. 4 photographs taken in Marin County depicting Sausalito waterfront, Richardson's...

 
Liberty Engine Co., No.1 organization papers, 1872-1915.

Correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, roll of members and accounts.

 
Liberty Farms Company Archives

The Liberty Farms Company, founded in 1919, reclaimed 5,000 acres of swamp and overflow land in the Sacramento Delta. The property, located eight miles north of Rio Vista and named Liberty Island by Robert K. Malcolm, was farmed by tenants...

Liberty High School (Brentwood, CA) Images and Artifacts

This Liberty High School collection contains photographs and artifacts that provide a glimpse into the history of those who attended Liberty High School in Brentwood, California during the first part of the 20th century. This collection includes photos showing the...

 
Liberty Hill Foundation Collection

The Liberty Hill records donated to SCL are arranged in three series Grant Files, Donor-Advised Files, and San Diego Grants. Grant Files are Cartons 1-10; Donor-Advised Files, Cartons 11-12; and San Diego Grants, Carton 13. The Grant Files series proceed...

 
Liberty Loan Census Collection

Census records compiled by the Southern California Liberty Loan State Central Committee, chaired by Mrs. J.T. Anderson, for the Fourth Liberty Loan campaign begun September 1918.

 
Liberty ship launching ceremonies, Richmond, Calif. [graphic]

Photographs taken May 23, 1944 captioned: Invocation delivered, Reverend Edward K. Strong (no. 2L-8) -- Our triggerman, Mr. James L. Bates (no. 2L-10) -- Just five seconds to go! (no. 2L-12) -- Mr. Carl. W. Flesher congratulates our sponsor (no....

 
Libeskind (Daniel) Papers

The Libeskind archive contains 15 design projects (1970-1991), materials related to Libeskind's teaching at the Cranbrook Academy of Art (1980-1984), manuscripts and publications (1970-1990) and photographs, slides and transparencies (ca. 1968-1990). The Jewish Museum in Berlin (also called Between the...

 
Librarians Association of the University of California, Davis archives, 1985-[ongoing].

Meeting agendas and minutes, budgets, by-laws, and membership rosters.

 
Librarians Association of the University of California, Irvine (LAUC-I) Records

The Librarians Association of the University of California (LAUC), founded in 1967, is a state-wide organization of all librarians employed at least half time by the University. LAUC-I is the local division for the University of California, Irvine and its...

 
Librarians' Association of the University of California Records

Reflect the activities, governance, philosophy and history of the professional organization for the librarians employed on the nine campuses of the U.C. system. LAUC was founded on 1968, and continues to be active until the present day.

 
Librarians' Association of the University of California, Santa Barbara Records

The Librarians' Association of the University of California, Santa Barbara (LAUC-SB) Records contain meeting minutes, bylaws, committee, election, appointment and statewide files, and other related documents.

 
Librarians Association of the University of California, Santa Cruz Records

This collection contains the history and activities of Librarians Association of the University of California, Santa Cruz Division (LAUC/SC), the professional organization for the librarians employed on the Santa Cruz campus.

 
Librarians Association University of California (LAUC). Research and Professional Development Committee records.

Record Series 440 contains the records of the Research and Professional Development Committee of the Librarians Association University of California (LAUC).

 
Librarians' Association University of California, Los Angeles (LAUC-LA). President's files.

Record Series 389 contains the working files of the Librarians Association at the University of California, Los Angeles (LAUC-LA). Files include President's notebooks, committee reports, minutes, annual reports, and materials on the statewide Librarians' Association.

 
Library. Acquisitions Division. Administrative files.

Record Series 402 contains administrative files generated by the Acquisitions Division at the University of California, Los Angeles Library.

 
Library. Administrative files of James R. Cox.

Record Series 578 contains the administrative files of James R. Cox, generated during his time at the libraries of the University of California, Los Angeles.

 
Library Advisory Council. Agendas, minutes, and reports.

Record Series 391 contains the agendas, minutes, and reports of UCLA's Library Advisory Council.

 
Library and Courts I collection.

Photographs, drawings, and documents relating to the California State Library and Courts Building I, along with the Capitol Extension Group, and some material on the State Capitol itself. Much of it relates to the 1980's National Register of Historic Places...

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Administrative files.

Record Series 408 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Alumni Association. Administrative and financial files of the treasurer.

Record Series 703 contains the administrative and financial files of the treasurer of UCLA's Graduate School of Library and Information Science Alumni Association.

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Annual reports, accreditation reports, cumulative reports.

Record Series 258 contains annual reports, accreditation reports, cumulative reports generated by UCLA's Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Audio recording: "Lecture Course on Cataloging and Classification" by Seymour Lubetzky.

Record Series 706 contains 28 audio tape reel recordings of Seymour Lubetzky's "Lecture Course on Cataloging and Classification." The recordings include 55 lectures.

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Biographical files of Andrew Harlis Horn.

Record Series 454 contains the bibliographical files of UCLA's Graduate School of Library and Information Science's Dean Andrew Harlis Horn.

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Dean. Administrative files of Andrew Harlis Horn.

Record Series 451 contains the administrative files of Dean Andrew Harlis Horn of the Graduate School of the Library and Information Sciences, including Dean Horn's articles, lectures, course materials, and research projects.

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Dean. Administrative files of Robert Mayo Hayes.

Record Series 450 contains the administrative files of Dean Robert Mayo Hayes of UCLA's Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Dean. Andrew Harlis Horn correspondence files.

Record Series 453 contains the correspondence files of Andrew Harlis Horn, Dean of UCLA's Graduate School of Library and Information Science. Files include correspondence with institutions, committees, boards and individuals, and regards placement recommendation/requests, Horn's resignation as Dean, and other...

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Dean. Sabbatical files of Andrew Harlis Horn.

Record Series 452 contains notes, reports, and papers from Dean Andrew Horn's sabbatical in Australia from 1970 to 1981.

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Horn Printing Chappel Files.

Record Series 704 contains records about the activities of UCLA's Horn Printing Chappel, which include the history of the Chappel, activities, related coursework within the Graduate School of Library and Information Science, and relevant lecture series. Records and printing work...

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Publications.

Record Series 141 contains publications generated by the Graduate School of Library and Information Science at the University of California, Los Angeles between 1961-1986.

 
Library and Information Science (Graduate School of). Specialization papers.

Record Series 456 contains the specialization papers of students in UCLA's Graduate School of Library and Information Science.

 
Library Annual Reports

This collection contains annual reports for the University Library as well as annual reports for Library departments. Library statistics are included in these reports.

 
Library. Architecture and Urban Planning Library. Administrative files.

Record Series 599 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Architecture and Urban Planning Library.

 
Library. Arts Library. Administrative files of Joyce Pellarano Ludmer.

Record Series 502 contains the administrative files of Joyce Pellarano Ludmer, of the UCLA Arts Library.

 
Library. Arts Library. Publications.

Record Series 164 contains the publications of UCLA's Arts Library.

 
Library. Associate University Librarian for Collection Development. Administrative files of Norman Dudley and Karin Wittenborg.

Record Series 510 contains the administrative files of Norman Dudley and Karin Wittenborg, Associate University Librarians for Collection Development at the UCLA Library.

 
Library. Associate University Librarian for Technical Services. Administrative files of Paul M. Miles.

Record Series 438 contains the administrative files of Paul M. Miles, generated within the office of UCLA's Associate University Librarian for Technical Services.

 
Library Associates of the University Library, Davis. Archives, 1966-1999.

Office files, meeting minutes, bylaws, annual reports, financial reports, keepsakes, publications, realia, travel programs.

 
Library. Campbell Student Book Collection Competition Committee. Administrative files.

Record Series 382 contains the administrative files of the UCLA Library Campbell Student Book Collection Competition Committee. Files include correspondence, photos, publicity materials, bibliographies, and contest documentation.

 
Library. Cataloging Division. Administrative files.

Record Series 403 contains the administrative files of the UCLA Library Cataloging Division.

 
Library Circulation Statistics and Other Materials (University of California, Irvine)

This collection comprises administrative information about the University Libraries at the University of California, Irvine. There are circulation statistics from 1991-1992 and the University of California lending codes from 1963-1993. Also included are the minutes from the Council of Department...

 
Library. College Library. Administrative files.

Record Series 404 contains administrative files of UCLA's College Libray (also known as Powell Library) generated between 1946-1994. Files regard such topics as Powell Library renovation, the temporary Towell building, tours, personnel, committees, policies, exhibits, communication with patrons, and programs.

 
Library. College Library. Music in the Rotunda.

Record Series 522 contains sound recordings generated by the Music in the Rotunda program at the UCLA College Library.

 
Library. College Library. Publications.

Record Series 169 contains publications of UCLA's College Library, generated between 1964 and 1980.

 
Library. Committee to Commemorate the Four-Millionth Volume. Administrative files.

Record Series 41 contains the administrative files of the UCLA Library's Committee to Commemorate the Four-Millionth Volume. Files include Exhibition Committee minutes and documentation; catalog format examples, submissions from UCLA departments, editor's materials, drafts, notes, and galley proofs.

 
Library Council Records

Includes minutes of meetings, circulars, annual reports, correspondence, and project files.

 
Library. Education and Psychology Library. Administrative files.

Record Series 607 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Education and Psychology Library, including administrative files, manuals, and microfilmed theses of UCLA's School of Education.

 
Library. Education and Psychology Library. Publications.

Record Series 170 contains publications provided or published by UCLA's Education and Psychology Library between 1952 and 1986.

 
Library. Engineering Library. Publications.

Record Series 171 contains publications generated by UCLA's Engineering Library.

 
Library. Exhibit Committee. Exhibition files.

Record Series 383 contains the exhibition files of the Exhibit Committee at the UCLA Library.

 
Library. Geology-Geophysics Library. Publications.

Record Series 172 contains the publications of UCLA's Geology-Geophysics Library.

 
Library. Gifts Section. Reports of gift and grant acceptances.

Record Series 500 contains reports of gift and grant acceptances generated by the UCLA Library Gifts Section.

 
Library. Gifts Section. Special Acknowledgements.

Record Series 501 contains special acknowledgements generated by the Gifts Section of the Library at the University of California, Los Angeles.

 
Library. Home Economics Library. Administrative Files.

Record Series 605 contains the administrative files of the Home Economics Library. Materials include reports, correspondence, book lists, and budget information.

 
Library Journal Survey of Gay and Lesbian Holdings in U.S. Libraries

This collection contains sample forms and cumulated statistics for the survey, along with Eric Bryant's article "Pride & Prejudice" (in , June 15, 1995, p. 37-39) which summarized the results.

 
Library. Library Administrative Office. Administrative subject files of Everett T. Moore.

Record Series 392 contains the administrative subject files of Everett T. Moore. Most of the files are related to the library, however the collection also includes others such as the Daily Bruin, Publications, and the Student Cultural Arts program. The...

 
Library. Library Administrative Office. Correspondence of University Librarian Russell Shank.

Record Series 455 contains the correspondence of University Librarian Russell Shank. Correspondence has been bound into volumes and organized by year.

 
Library. Library Administrative Office. Subject Files of University Librarian Russell Shank.

Record Series 447 contains the subject files of UCLA University Librarian Russel Shank. Files regard ARL, GSLIS, Library Council, Northern and Southern Regional Library Facilities, and other UCLA Library-related topics, Materials include correspondence, drafts, agendas, meeting minutes, and committee documents.

 
Library. Library Information Systems. Administrative files.

Record Series 525 contains the administrative files of Terry Ryan, Associate University Librarian for Information Technology, and other administrative files relating to barcoding, circulation, finances, lister, development and implementation of ORION2, UCLA Library online catalog; TAOS; and Data Research Associates,...

 
Library. Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library. Administrative Files.

Record Series 546 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library. Files regard acquisitions, the Biomedical Library, Brain Information Service, Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System (MEDLARS), Pacific Southwest Regional Medical Library Service (PSRMLS), Regional Medical Program...

 
Library. Management Review and Analysis Program (MRAP). Administrative files.

Record Series 579 contains the administrative files of the UCLA Library Management Review and Analysis Program (MRAP).

 
Library. Music Library. Administrative files.

Record Series 606 contains the general administrative files of the Music Library and the administrative files of the Ernst Toch Archive.

 
Library. Music Library. Publications.

Record Series 175 contains the publications of UCLA's Music Library.

 
Library of Congress photographs

Depicts the shipment of library and archival material from Germany to various Allied repositories by the Library of Congress at the end of World War II.

 
Library of Social History Collection

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, internal bulletins, other internal documents, and electoral and convention material, issued by Trotskyist groups throughout the world, and especially in the United States, Latin America and Western Europe, and including some materials issued by non-Trotskyist left-wing...

 
Library of the Institute for the Study of Women in Music Collection

The Library of the Institute for the Study of Women in Music was established in the Music Department by Jeannie Poole, Head of the Music Library and Professor Beverly Grigsby in 1985 to collect the music of women composers. The...

 
Library. Photographic Services. Photographs.

Record Series 684 contains the negatives of photographs from Library Photographic Services created between 1948-1967.

 
Library. Physics Library. Administrative files.

Record Series 405 contains the administrative files of the UCLA Physics Library. Materials include correspondence, financial statements, publisher's announcements, acquisitions, and general files.

 
Library. Physics Library. Publications.

Record Series 174 contains the publications of UCLA's Physics Library.

 
Library Planning Records

Records of Library planning, site selection, correspondence, reports, etc....

 
Library. Preservation Office. Administrative files.

Record Series 659 contains administrative records from the UCLA Library Preservation Office. These files originated in the office of Christopher Coleman.

 
Library. Public Affairs Services. Publications.

Record Series 265 contains publications of the UCLA Library Public Affairs Service.

 
Library. Reference Department. Administrative files.

Record Series 608 contains administrative files of the UCLA Library Reference Department.

 
Library. Reference Department. Publications.

Record Series 264 contains publications of the UCLA Library Reference Department.

 
Library. Special Collections. Administrative files.

Record Series 406 contains the administrative files of UCLA Library department of Special Collections, including: acquisitions, annual reports, correspondence, events, procedures, personnel, and statistics. Units within the Department of Special Collections include: rare books, manuscripts, oral history program, and university...

 
Library. Special Collections. Exhibition files.

Record Series 439 contains the exhibition files of the UCLA Library Special Collections department.

 
Library. Special Collections. Paging request forms. RESTRICTED.

Record Series 631 contains the paging request forms of UCLA Library Special Collections generated between 1984-1999.

 
Library. Special Collections. Publications.

Record Series 167 contains the publications of the UCLA Library Special Collections.

 
Library Staff Association. Administrative Files.

Record Series 449 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Library Staff Association. Files regard staff, membership, staff facilities, staff handbook, SIC, computers & the UCLA Library. Materials include correspondence, handbooks, reports, constitution, round tables, meeting minutes, President's notebooks, and committee...

 
Library Staff Association. Publications.

Record Series 178 contains publications generated by UCLA's Library Staff Association between 1945 and 1987.

 
Library Staff Association Records (University of California, Irvine)

This collection consists of administrative records of the University of California, Irvine Library Staff Association from 1980-1993. Included are minutes, records, by-laws, activity records, receipts, and financial reports. The UC Irvine Library Staff Association cookbook, , is also included.

 
Library. Task Force. Administrative Files.

Record Series 646 contains the administrative files of the UCLA Library Task Force.

 
Library. Technical Services Department. Administrative files.

Record Series 497 contains the administrative files of the UCLA Library Technical Services Department.

 
Library. Technical Services Department. Publications.

Record Series 263 contains publications of the UCLA Library Technical Services Department.

 
Library. Theater Arts Library. Publications.

Record Series 262 contains publications of UCLA's Theater Arts Library.

 
Library. University Archives. Administrative files.

Record Series 407 contains the administrative files of UCLA University Archives. Materials include correspondence, pamphlets, reports, publications, proposals, and other operational records.

 
Library. University Librarian. Administrative files.

Record Series 377 contains the administrative files of the UCLA University Librarian generated between 1919 and 1998.

 
Library. University Librarian. Administrative files of Gloria Werner.

Record Series 759 contains the administrative files of Gloria Werner (University Librarian, 1990-2002) including subject and budget files.

 
"Library without Pity" film project

This collections contains script, production materials, photos, outtakes and film copy of the staff produced film "Library Without Pity"

 
Library-Courts Building

Correspondence, blueprints, contracts, photographs, reports, specifications....

 
Library-Courts Building, 1910-1930.

Correspondence, blueprints, contracts, photographs, reports, specifications

 
Libro de acuerdos ordinarios ... : Chiapas : DS, 1640-1649.

Minutes and other records of the Cabildo of Chiapas, for the period November 26, 1640-November 4, 1649. Deals with public works; sales taxes and various fiscal matters; military defense; elections, appointments and commissions; repairs to public buildings; relations with the...

 
Libro de Bautismos ... de S[an]ta Gertrudis de Caducaman ... , 1751-1811.

Preferred citation: Libro de Bautismos ... de S[an]ta Gertrudis de Caducaman, BANC MSS M-M 1825 FILM, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Libro de casamientos celebrados en el pueblo de Batangas : DS, 1738-1777.

Records of marriages celebrated in Batangas by priests of the Augustinian Order.

 
Libro de Haz[ien]to ... : Cuernavaca, Mexico : DS, 1776-1810.

Records of a religious confraternity and an affiliated guild, the Cofradía de la Limpia Concepción, containing annual accounts and minutes of meetings, with related material, including a statement of Archbishop Núñez de Haro, Jan. 5, 1790, as visiting inspector. With...

 
Libro de las Ordenanzas y Medidas de Tierras, y Aguas ... : Mexico City, [1706?]

Compilation containing texts of royal ordinances promulgated in 1536 and 1567 (?) by Viceroys Mendoza and Peralta on distribution and measurement of lands; Sáenz's Geometría Práctica, y mecánica ..., a group of three treatises dealing respectively with interpretation and application...

 
Libro de misión : Libro primero de casamientos, 1792.

Cover and first two pages of marriage book.

 
Libro donde constan ... todos los cargos y datas de esta Hacienda y sus anexas ... : ms., 1803.

Accounts of the San Agustín estate and dependent estates belonging to the California Missions Pious Fund, showing income, expenditures, and details regarding livestock, agriculture, and laborers. Principally for the calendar year 1803, with some data on earlier periods.

 
Libro manual donde se asientan todos Los Pesos de oro que se cobran de los mineros de esta ciudad de Cacatecas ... por quentta del acoque que se les da : ms.S, 1641-1642.

Accounts for quicksilver and salt delivered to the miners in and around Zacatecas. Both items were government monopolies.

 
Libro N. 1 Donde constan las Mercedes, posesiones, y titulos de Amolad[era]s y [Albercas] ... : Mexico : ms., 1610-1657.

Certified copies of documents relating to land ownership in or near Qerétaro. Contains a collection of land grants, deeds of purchase and sale, decrees, petitions, declarations, appointments, certifications, and other documents relating to distribution and ownership of lands in the...

 
Libro real g.ral de compras de metales que se hazen de cuenta de S.M. en esta su R.l Caza de Moneda, 1772-1787.

Accounts of silver and gold coined. v.1 (1772-1776) under Phelipe Santiago de Arye y Bay, accountant; v.2 (1787) with signature of Juan Zervallos.

 
Libros de Actas de Cabildo and Ordenanzas, 1536-1746, 1583-1805.

Selected documents from the Secretaría Municipal, 1536-1807 (2 cartons and 1 box). These documents relate primarily to the culture of manufacture of silk, wool, and cochineal; cedulas for wool mills; ordinances for and inspection of wool mills; silk guilds; a...

 
Libros de misión [microform], 1776-1870.

Records of baptisms, marriages, and burials, and accounts with the Presidio.

 
Libros de mision (Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez) : ms., 1788-1834.

Microfilm copies of records of baptisms, confirmations, marriages and burials at Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez missions. A few accounts of census records also included.

 
Libyan subject collection

Video tapes and miscellany, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Libya.

 
Lichtenberg (Paula) Papers

The Paula Lichtenberg papers include materials related to various LGBT organizations and issues, including the Bay Area Committee Against the Briggs Initiative and the Coalition for Human Rights.

 
Lichtig & Englander letters

Letters to the Hollywood agency Lichtig & Englander, many addressed directly to Harry Lichtig, from novelists, screenwriters, editors, actors and actresses. Some of the letters have notes inscribed by the firm regarding action taken. The letters describe the routine business...

 
Lichty (Robert D.) papers

Photographs, printed matter, and miscellany, relating to American military activities in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War II. Includes photographs depicting social conditions in India during the war.

 
Lick Observatory construction photographs from the Richard S. Floyd papers [graphic].

Photos depict construction of the Lick Observatory, near San Jose, California.

 
Lick Observatory records, 1857-

Contains pre-university history documents, as well as correspondence, business & financial documents, historical photographs and memorabilia related to the activities of the Lick Observatory as part of the University of California

 
Lick Observatory Records: Glass Negatives

This collection contains glass negatives documenting the building and development of the Observatory and its community as well as astronomy.

 
Lick Observatory views, Mt. Hamilton, Calif. [graphic]

Photographs show interior and exterior views of the Lick Observatory at Mt. Hamilton, California. General views include surrounding buildings, horses and carriages at the observatory, and others. Many photos relate to the home and activities of Charles B. Hill at...

 
Liddie (Don) papers on Signetics

The Don Liddie papers on Signetics contain the professional papers of Don Liddie, a Signetics employee from 1963 through 1995. The collection documents the corporate culture of the semiconductor industry and Silicon Valley from the late 1960s through the mid...

 
Liebermann (Daniel) Colin collection of materials about

Collection contains 5 drawings (reprographics) for the Robert Putzel house, Montecito, 1966, which was designed by Daniel Liebermann and later purchased by Drs. J. W. and Sue Colin. Also included is a letter from Daniel Liebermann to J. W. and...

 
Liebes (Richard) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Richard Liebes conducted by Adah Bakalinsky. Describes his work with the War Labor Board during World War II, his four decades with the SEIU, and the first Kaiser strike in 1968; synoptic index available.

 
Liebknecht (Karl Paul August Friedrich) printed material

Relates to the preparation of the German Revolution in October-November 1918. Article consisted of previously unpublished notes by K. Liebknecht, and was published in the Neue Zeitung (Munich), November 10, 1925. Photocopy.

 
Liebman (Marvin) Coming Out Conservative Collection

The collection contains correspondence, clippings, drafts of Liebman's coming-out letter and of his book , and a videotaped interview. Drafts include comments by Betty Berzon, William F. Buckley, Jr., Carol Buckley, and Priscilla Buckley.

 
Liebman (Marvin) Papers

Correspondence, printed matter, press releases, campaign literature, reports, and photographs, relating to activities of American conservative and anti-communist organizations, including many involved with Asian and African affairs. Includes records of the firm Marvin Liebman Associates.

 
Liebowitz (Daniel) typescript

Relates to the nineteenth-century British explorer and diplomat Sir John Kirk, and to the antislavery movement, especially with regard to Zanzibar. Photocopy.

 
Liecty (Derek) Papers

The Derek Liecty papers document his work as a bicycle consultant and advocate. The bulk of the papers relate to his activities as Men's Outreach Co-Chair and Executive Director of Different Spokes/San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Bicycling Club and as...

 
Liega (Carlos) Collection of Material about Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Carlos Liega was a German sugar planter in Sinaloa, Mexico. The collection consists of clippings, magazines, pamphlets, caricatures, pictures, and ephemera relating to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.

 
Liem (Channing and Popai) Papers

Contains the personal archives of Dr. Channing Liem, a Korean nationalist and diplomat, with the papers of his wife Popai Liem. Dr. Liem's papers include manuscripts, speeches, sermons, correspondence with world leaders, and material related to organizations he founded or...

 
Liem, Channing Photographs from the Channing and Popai Liem papers [graphic].

Includes portraits, group portraits and snapshots taken at various points throughout the life of Channing Liem. Includes a photograph album depicting selected highlights of his diplomatic career; studio portraits of Channing; photographs of participants in demonstrations pertaining to Korean reunification...

 
Liçençia a Elvira Gómez de Moscoso, Viuda V[e]z[in]a de colima para que en la fforma [sic] [a] costumbrada pueda Hazer un trapiche : Mexico City : DS, 1602 Nov. 26.

Viceregal permit granting to Elvira Gómez de Moscoso, widow of Garci Martínez and resident of Colima, license to install a sugar mill for domestic use, subject to certain conditions.

 
Liepins (Olgerts) papers

Correspondence, clippings, writings, and reports, relating to Latvian domestic and foreign affairs, and Latvians in the United States.

 
Lietuviu Salpos Draugija Prancuzijoje correspondence

Relates to Lithuanians serving in the French Foreign Legion.

 
Lietuvos SSR Valstybes Saugumo Komitetas [Lithuanian KGB] selected records

Reports, memoranda, correspondence, lists, directives, working plans, registers, and other documents, relating to secret police, its personnel, intelligence and counter-intelligence activities, dissident and anti-Soviet activities, and repatriation and nationalism issues, in Lithuania. Detailed Russian-language finding aids are available on the...

 
Life (Chicago, Ill.) Selected Articles

Relates to World War II and the Korean War. Collected by William W. Eaton.

 
Life, death, and miracles of Saint Beata Sperandia di Gubbio : n.p. : ms., [undated]

Latin text, followed by Italian translation. Biography of Saint Sperandia of Gubbio, Italy, with testimony on miracles performed by her during her lifetime and after her death.

 
A life devoted to art : oral history transcript : the San Francisco Asian Art Society and the San Francisco Asian Art Museum / 2003.

Early years, born in San Francisco; husband Paul Bissinger; second marriage to Bob Seller after Paul's death; role in founding the Asian Art Museum, relationship with Avery Brundage.

 
Life in a mining town - Hornitos, California : oral history transcript / and related material, 1954-1956.

A group of pioneers and descendents recollecting anecdotes concerning local figures and events of an early mining town.

 
Life in a suitcase or a Yankee doll goes to Europe, circa 1949 /

Discusses an Americans' travel through post-World War II Europe including England, Scotland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, The Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and France.

 
A life in education and community service : oral history transcript / 2004.

Discusses career in education, including presidency of Merritt College and vice chancellorship at University of California Berkeley; community work.

 
A life in higher education : oral history transcript : fifteenth president of the University of California, 1983-1992 / 1997.

Gardner discusses his Mormon upbringing in Berkeley, Calif., his early years at the University of California working with the Alumni Association during his doctoral studies at Berkeley, and as Assistant to the Chancellor at the Santa Barbara campus; serving as...

 
A life in physics : Bell Telephone Laboratories and World War II, Columbia University and the laser, MIT and government service, California and research in astrophysics : oral history transcript / 1994.

Townes discusses his family background in South Carolina, education at Furman, Duke, Caltech, Bell Telephone Laboratories; his career as a professor of physics and research Officer in the Navy including research in microwave spectroscopy, the maser and the laser, quantam...

 
A life in printing : oral history transcript / and related material, 1966-1967.

An account of his career in printing; comments on other printers in the Bay Area, formation of the Roxburghe Club, book designing and printing, etc. Photographs inserted. Included also: program and brochure designed and printed by Lawton and Alfred Kennedy;...

 
A life in wine making : oral history transcript / 1969 and 1975.

Comments on his involvement in the California wine industry from 1902; other leaders in the industry; various wineries including the A. Perelli-Minetti & sons Winery; the California Wine Association, etc. Photographs and copies of documentary material included.

 
Life of a Russian emigré soldier : oral history transcript / and related material, 1966-1967.

Experiences during the Russian Revolution and with the White Army in Siberia; life in China, 1922-1948, including service with a Russian detachment in the Chinese army; emigration to the United States. Photographs inserted. Appended: autobiographical sketch (25 l.); Mr. Raymond's...

 
The life of a Russian teacher : oral history transcript / 1960-1961.

Life as a teacher in pre-revolution Russia and Siberia; experiences during the revolution; escape through China; residence in Oakland; Russian emigrant societies; studies and teaching, University of California, Berkeley. Photographs and maps inserted.

 
The life of a social activist : oral history transcript : Germany, San Francisco, the Philippines, and Taiwan / 2004.

Life in Karlsruhe, Germany, impact of Naziism; voyage to a new life, 1938: life in New York and San Francisco, father's employment and children's education, U.C. Berkeley, wartime experiences; start of career at Office of War Information and United Nations...

 
Life of Andrea Sbarboro : reminiscences of an Italian-American pioneer : San Francisco, 1911.

Recollections of childhood in Italy and New York City; voyage to Calif. via Panama (1852); life in S.F. as shopkeeper, landowner, banker and prominent member of the Italian community; and organizing the Italian-Swiss Colony (1881) at Asti. Also discusses his...

 
"Life of the Mind" [videorecording]

These tapes from the series Life of the Mind include Harold Bloom, "The Way We Read Now," 1996; events from "The Public Role of the Humanities," November 1998, part of the 50th anniversary celebration of the School of Humanities and...

 
A life of winemaking at wineries of Gallo, Schenley, Charles Krug, Chateau Souverain, and Sonoma-Cutrer : oral history transcript / 1998.

Early years and education in Italy; emigration 1946; Gallo Winery, 1949-1955: vermouth, Vino Paisano; Schenley's Roma Winery, 1949-1955: lab work as senior chemist, botrytised Semillon, vineyards and wines in Delano; Charles Krug Winery, 1961-1972: Peter and Robert Mondavi, winemaking techniques,...

 
A life on the first waves of radical bohemianism in San Francisco : oral history transcript / 1997.

Early years in Burlingame, California, 1914-1933; marriage to Valentine Julien and early bohemian life in San Francisco, 1930s; the WPA, Diego Rivera, and the Coit Tower murals, 1933-1935; Montgomery Street (Monkey Block), 1930s; San Francisco pacifist anarchists, 1935-1939; marriage to...

 
A life with books and with Fine print, the review for the arts of the book : oral history transcript / 2001.

Italian family background and San Francisco childhood; UC Berkeley B.A., 1959; Carnegie Institute of Technology, MLS, 1960; work as public librarian, cataloguer, antiquarian bookseller; evolution of Fine Print, 1973-1990, to international status; reflections on fine printers Andrew Hoyem, Steve Corey,...

 
A lifetime learning to be a lesbian : oral history transcript / 2001.

Wansley talks about coming to Cal in 1940, and the experience of encountering a mentally ill roommate who attacks her (and a second roommate) with a knife. She describes how the trauma brought her and her second roommate together, eventually...

 
Liga fur Volkerfreundschaft der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik open letter

Protests police violence against blacks in the 1980 Miami, Florida, riot. Addressed to the U.S. Committee for Friendship with the GDR.

 
Ligachev (E. K.) speech

Relates to political conditions in the Soviet Union. Delivered at the Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Washington, D.C.

 
Ligurian campaign in Italy : processed volume

Relates to operations of the 92nd Infantry Division of the United States Army in the Ligurian region of Italy, from September 1944 to April 1945.

 
Lihn (Enrique) Papers

Chilean poet, playwright, novelist, and critic. Papers include Lihn's correspondence with poets, writers, publishers, artists, critics, and friends and family. His notebooks contain drafts of his writings, drawings, and notes. Other files hold research and lecture notes, drawings and collages,...

 
Likely (Robert D.) papers

Correspondence, reports, pilot's flying logbook, and memorabilia, relating to activities of the United States 135th Aero Squadron in France during World War I.

 
Lil A. Winchell Sierra Club papers, 1892-1904.

Papers relating to Winchell's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Lila M. O'Neale papers, circa 1934.

Includes O'Neale's research notes and drawings primarily regarding historic textiles in Peru.

 
Lilburn (Jack) diary of events following the wreck of the Strathcona on Minerva Reef

Jack Lilburn diary of events following the wreck of the Strathcona on Minerva Reef (SAFR 14036, HDC 120) is dated Thursday, June 10 to Sunday July 8. The STRATHCONA (built 1914; schooner) was on its maiden voyage from Auckland to...

 
Lilienthal (Alfred M.) Papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, press releases, serial issues, conference papers, interviews, studies, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to the Middle East, Arab-Israeli relations, and American foreign policy in the region.

 
Lilienthal family papers and photographs, 1840-1961.

The collection contains a miscellany of Lilienthal family materials, including genealogical and biographical information; correspondence, including originals of Rabbi Max Lilienthal's letters from Russia sent to members of his family, fiancée and friends in the 1840s (in German), photocopies of...

 
Lillard (Richard G.) papers

Richard Gordon Lillard (1909-1990) was an English professor and author. He taught at Los Angeles City College (1933-34, 1935-42, and 1962-65), Indiana University (1943-47), UCLA (1947-65), and California State University, Los Angeles (1965-1974). In 1948, he won the Silver Medal...

 
Lillevang (Omar J.) Papers

Project files and technical reports of Consulting Coastal Engineer Omar J. Lillevang.

 
Lillian Birmingham Collection, 1889-1973

Clippings, correspondence, photos, programs, publicity, scrapbooks, posters, postcards.

 
Lillian E. Mattimore papers and photographs, circa 1876-1951.

Contains photographs and documents relating to Lillian Mattimore and the Holocaust-era history of members of her family. Included are identity documents and photographs relating to the Gerson family and the Schaie family dating from the late 19th century to the...

 
Lillian L. Ewers graphic design sketches [graphic].

Chiefly layout drawings on trace and notebook pages by San Francisco graphic artist Lillian L. Ewers. Images are mostly logos designed for the name plates, letterheads, business cards, etc. of various companies in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los...

 
Lillie Coit miscellany : Saint Helena, Calif., 1881-1887.

Collection contains: 5 poems dedicated to Lillie Coit and her home, Larkmead, in St. Helena, Calif. (authors include Charles Warren Stoddard and Daniel O'Connell); 4 notes written in pencil, one on stationery of the Bohemian Club, San Francisco; 1 letter;...

 
Lillie (Frances C.) Collection

Some of the letters from von Hugel have been published in Baron Friedrich von Hugel, Selected Letters, 1896-1924, Bernard Holland, editor (1933 edition). The correspondence with Maritain centers around bringing him to the University of Chicago to give a lecture...

 
Lillie Hitchcock Coit Collection, 1865-1880

Autograph book, clippings, correspondence, journal, photographs, poetry, scrapbook, sketches.

 
Lilly (John C.) papers

Manuscripts, proposals, reports, notes, diagrams, photographs, charts, data, reprints, and extensive audio tape, video tape, and DVD/CD-R material relating to Lilly's research into dolphin intelligence

 
Lily and Nathan Edelman correspondence, 1927-1944.

The collection consists primarily of love letters exchanged between Lily and Nathan Edelman that express their feelings for each other and in which they discuss their emotional life; intellectual and cultural interests and activities; philosophical views; opinions on economic and...

 
Lim (Genny) Papers

The Genny Lim Papers are primarily arranged according to subject matter and date. SERIES I: Personal and Biographical, contains published interviews that have been arranged chronologically, press reviews for Paper Angels that have been removed from their original binding but...

 
Lima, Archivo Arzobispal selected documents : Province of Huarochiri, Peru : typescript, 1660-1701.

Concern idolatry in various towns of the province of Huarochiri. Selected by Nancy Gilmer for use in M.H. Thesis, 1950-1951. Includes transcripts of portions from last reel of microfilm.

 
Lima to Huanuco, Peru - Photograph albums of journey from Lima to Huanuco, Peru

Three albums containing photographs of a journey by Gustav Glage, a German engineer, from Lima to Huánuco, around 1910.

 
Limantour (José Y.) Papers

Correspondence, documents (originals, copies and photocopies) and clippings, relating mainly to Limantour's land claims and subsequent litigation. A few papers, 1885-1888, of his son, Jose Yves, are also included.

 
Limon (Leo) Papers

The Leo Limon Papers spans from 1971 to 2008. The collection contains correspondence, documents concerning various Los Angeles-area events, and a photo album that holds both professional and personal photographs that cover the past thirty years. Limon, one of the...

 
Lin (Sharat G.) collection

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, and flyers, relating to violations of civil liberties in India and elsewhere in South Asia, and to political conditions and communist movements in India. Includes issuances of the Indian People's Association in North America, India Forum,...

 
Lin, T. Y. (Tung Yen) Photographs from the T.Y. Lin papers [graphic].

Slides pertaining to the design and construction of numerous bridges and buildings in California and elsewhere, many of them the projects of Lin or T.Y. Lin International. Includes a very small number of personal photographs.

 
Lin (T.Y.) Papers

The T.Y. Lin papers, 1932-1998, consist of personal and professional records of Lin's engineering and political work including calculations, drawings, reports and analyses for five major design projects: the Rio Colorado Bridge, the Intercontinental Peace Bridge, the Ruck-A-Chucky Bridge, the...

 
Lin (Zhao) papers

Letters and diaries, written in prison; photographs; and posthumous rehabilitation documents and printed matter: relating to political prisoners in China.

 
Lincoln (Abraham) / Parsons (Richard C.) Documents

Three documents: one signed by Abraham Lincoln and Salmon P. Chase, appointing Richard C. Parsons of Cleveland, Ohio to the position of Collector of Taxes for the Eighteenth Collection District of the State of Ohio, 1862; one signed by Abraham...

 
Lincoln (Abraham) collection

Collection consists of articles, books, pamphlets, clippings, memorabilia, photographs and other pictorial materials relating to Abraham Lincoln.

 
Lincoln (Abraham) Document

One document, signed by Abraham Lincoln - receipt acknowledging request by Claudius B. Smith for pay as Chaplain, 2nd Regiment, Vermont Volunteer Militia, at the rate of $70 per month, [ca. early 1860s]....

 
Lincoln (Abraham) Documents

Two Civil War era documents signed by Abraham Lincoln and Salmon P. Chase, appointing Samuel B. Brinkerhoff to the position of Surveyor of Customs for the Port of Santa Barbara, 1861. Also contains related correspondence, 1936, re acquisition of the...

 
Lincoln (Abraham) Documents Collection

An artificial collection of documents signed by Abraham Lincoln, including original and copies. 1861-1865 See also: GC 1113, GC 1114.

 
Lincoln (Abraham) Indian Agent Appointment Document for Alfred R. Elder

Collection comprises one printed document appointing Alfred R. Elder to be Agent for the Indians in Washington Territory, with signatures of Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, and John Palmer Usher, Secretary of the Interior.

 
Lincoln (Abraham) photographs from the collection of Frederick H. Meserve, New York

Looseleaf notebook from 1941-1942 containing a set of 18 double leaves of 129 small photographs of Abraham Lincoln, collected by Frederick Meserve, and presented to his friend, Ralph A. Gregory, who was also a collector of Lincolniana.

 
Lincoln (Abraham) Scrapbooks

The collection contains five scrapbooks, mainly clippings ca. 1860s-1930s, pertaining to Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War. These volumes were part of the early Lincoln Library established by William Wyles. The volumes are different sizes and formats, and probably were...

 
Lincoln Centennial Celebration Scrapbooks

The collection contains three scrapbooks, mainly newspaper and magazine clippings, with portraits and accounts of the life and death of Abraham Lincoln, including tributes paid him on the one-hundredth anniversary of his birth in 1809. Newspapers represented include the ,...

 
Lincoln Fitzell papers, 1928-1958 (bulk 1938-1957).

Contains correspondence from journal editors including Lewis Mumford, Alfred Kreymborg, Harriet Monroe and Ridgely Torrence, from literary friends and political figures. Also includes manuscripts of poetry, an unpublished novel and an essay, "The Sword and the Dragon," and materials relating...

 
Lincoln Grammar School collection, 1888-1960 (bulk 1926-1943)

Includes correspondence and other papers, 1909-1960; 2nd grade geography text, handwritten, 1888; and scrapbooks of the Lincoln Grammar School Association, with minutes of meetings.

 
Lincoln Highway Association correspondence, 1912-1923.

Mainly concerning the promotion of the highway. Includes letters from T.C. Du Pont, Theodore Roosevelt, J.M. Carey, A.J. Beveridge, Elbert Hubbard, G.H. Lorimer, Enos A. Mills, T.L. Oddie, Mark Sullivan, and H.C. Wallace.

 
Lincoln Highway Association records, 1918-1926.

Mostly correspondence and papers of Austin F. Bement, Secretary, with letters from Gustav Linderthal, J. Newton Gunn, and Edwin Wildman; also recollections of the Lincoln Highway by W.D. Eddenburn, C.G. Fisher, W.S. Gilbreath, E. Hines, H.B. Joy, F.A. Seiberling, and...

 
Lincoln Highway photographs [graphic].

Snapshots and professionally produced photographs of sections of the Lincoln Highway and of automobiles travelling it. A few images are of towns and attractions along its route. The majority of photographs document the highway in Utah, Nevada and California, and...

 
Lincoln (Lawrence J.) processed volume

Relates to strategic planning during World War II, and to subsequent American military engineering and other military activities. Interview conducted by the United States Army Corps of Engineers Office of History.

 
Lincoln memorabilia collection, ca. 1860-1864.

Contains items from Abraham Lincoln's presidential campaign in Calif. Also includes information about Lincoln as Postmaster in Ill.

 
Lincoln Northern Railway Records

General / cash account record with the Southern Pacific Company.

 
Lincoln Portrait Collection

Photographs. Copies of photographs made by various photographers of Abrhama Lincoln; originals are in the Meserve Coll., New York City. ca. 1933

 
Lincoln Renaissance miscellaneous records

Correspondence, statements, brochures, and clippings, relating to educational issues in Canada such as parental control and sex education.

 
Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission Records

The Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission of California was established in 1959 to celebrate the life of President Abraham Lincoln. The records of the Lincoln Sesquicentennial Commission consist of 6 file folders of publications, commission and exhibit files that cover the years...

 
Lincoln Steffens letters : ALS, 1925-1932.

Most of them are addressed to his niece, Jane (Hollister) Wheelwright; a few to her mother.

 
Lincoln (W. Bruce) collection

Proposals, plans, reports, census records, and financial records, prepared by various agencies of the Imperial Russian government, relating to emancipation of the serfs, and to various aspects of governmental administration in Russia. Microfilm.

 
Lind (Alfred) correspondence

Relates to conditions of Jews in Germany and in Palestine.

Lind, Henry Lassen Trail Scrapbook

The scrapbook created by Lind of the journey he took by automobile of the Lassen Trail across the Sierras June 1941.

 
Lind (Jenny) Collection

This collection contains correspondence (1835-1919), financial papers, musical compositions, and other papers. Included are published and unpublished biographical material about Miss Lind, a manuscript copy of her contract with P. T. Barnum (1849), scores used by her in concerts and...

 
Linda Carol Colby collection relating to Jack London [graphic].

Contains material collected by Colby relating to Jack London: copy photographs of the author and his family, snapshots (ca. 1980) of his homes and haunts in Oakland and Sonoma County, and other ephemera pertaining to Beauty Ranch (at Jack London...

 
Linda Garber Oral History Collection

The Linda Garber collection documents lesbian history in the Central Valley and San Francisco through oral histories and the records of Old Wives’ Tales Bookstore. The bulk of the collection consists of interviews from the Central California Lesbian Oral History...

 
"Linda Meier: An Uncommon Woman" [videorecording]

Collection includes the video about Linda Meier shown during the Uncommon Woman award event, featuring interviews with President Emeritus Gerhard Casper, Fidela Schneider (Stanford volunteer), John B. Ford (VP for Development), Prof. Ewart A. C. Thomas, and Mona Duggan (officer...

 
Linda Salz Hirschler Earthquake and Fire letter, 1906.

Letter written from Benicia, California by Linda Salz Hirschler to her family on April 27, 1906, along with a typewritten letter to Mrs. Hirschler from family servant Hiro Sawa, who had stayed behind at the house in San Francisco after...

 
Linda Vallejo Papers, 1975-2001.

The collection consists of personal papers, correspondence, materials relating to exhibitions, documentation of and from various organizations, photographs and slides, and publications including magazines and newspapers.

 
Lindahl (David M.) Papers

Journals, performance pieces, poetry, prose, and plays, primarily 1980-1989, relating to the life, literary and artistic careers of David M. Lindahl (1957-1994), author, AIDS activist, graphic and performance artist, and assistant editor of .

Lindbergh (Charles) - Photographs of Charles Lindbergh's Visit to Monterey, March 11, 1930

This collection consists of 9 photographic prints of Charles Lindbergh's visit to Monterey on March 11, 1930, taken by the Associated Press. Included are photographs of Lindbergh and others in front of a plane, Lindbergh on a motorcycle, during a...

 
Lindbergh to Los Angeles broadside

Broadside published by Pacific Electric Railway Company advertising Charles Lindbergh's visit to Los Angeles on September 20, 1927, as part of his 48-state tour of the country following his historic cross-Atlantic flight. The broadside includes a list of "reduced fares"...

 
Lindelof (William G.) certificate

William G. Lindelof certificate (SAFR 14290, HDC 82) consists of one certificate of service issued by Southern Pacific Golden Gate Ferries, Limited. Lindelof was employed as a deckhand and the reason for the certificate of service was reduction in forces...

 
Linden (John H.) writings

Relates to the circumstances of the liberation of prisoners at Dachau by American troops in 1945, especially to the role of Brigadier General Henning Linden; and to the American military occupation of Austria, 1945-1948.

 
Linden (Joyce) San Fernando Valley History Collection

Joyce Linden lived with her family on a 15 acre ranch in Northridge, California in the late 1940s and 1950s. The collection consists of items collected by Linden related to the history of the San Fernando Valley and her family’s...

 
Linden (Robin R.) papers

Robin Ruth Linden is a writer and sociologist whose research has explored women's health, the politics of technomedicine, the Holocaust, reflexive ethnography and life histories. She received the Helen Hooven Santmyer Prize in women's studies and was the Associate Dean...

 
Linden Towers; the James Flood Mansion, Menlo Park, Calif. [graphic]

Primarily exterior and interior views of the mansion, including sculpture and surrounding garden. Includes two cabinet card photographs of artist's depictions of the estate, circa 1875-1878, on Bradley & Rulofson mounts.

 
Linderfels (Graf von.) typescript

Relates to the financing of the German Nazi Party.

 
Linderman (Frank B.) Papers

Frank Bird Linderman (1869-1938) wrote (1920) and (1921); wrote several volumes of Indian lore and fiction portraying the frontier and Native American life, including (1922), (1930), (1932), and (1933). The collection consists of holograph and typescript literary manuscripts of Native...

 
Lindgren-Utsi (Ethel J.) Papers

Journals, relating to anthropological field trips to Manchuria, 1929- 1932; notes, relating to the literature of anthropology; and a film of domesticated reindeer in Manchuria.

 
Lindley (Dr. Walter) Scrapbooks

The Dr. Walter Lindley Scrapbooks document through clippings, correspondence, and ephemeral materials Dr. Lindley’s most notable endeavors, including the formation and management of the California Hospital and nursing program, his candidacy for mayor of Los Angeles, the development of the...

 
Lindley Family Papers

The Lindley Family Papers which span the years 1849 to circa 1922 contain material relating to an early Sacramento, California merchant and his family. Thomas M. Lindley (1819-1896) opened a mercantile firm in Sacramento, California shortly after his arrival there...

 
Lindley Family Papers

This collection consists chiefly of the papers of D.A. Lindley and his wife, Mary B. Lindley. They include family correspondence, business documents (including deeds, bills of sale, advertising, minutes, articles of incorporation and stock certificates) and a few photographs. Most...

 
Lindley, Morton. Reports on copper mining in Shasta County, California, [before 1963]

Reports titled, "The Shasta May Blossom Copper Mining and Smelting Company," and "The Recent Development of Smelting Ores in the Great Copper Belt of California."

 
Lindquist (Svea V.) and Olson (Helga) Papers

This collection contains biographical material, correspondence, photographs and information about "The Rock Garden Nursery" in San Mateo, CA.

 
Lindsay (Franklin) papers

Reports, memoranda, correspondence, and photocopies of Office of Strategic Services and British government documents, relating to resistance movements in Yugoslavia during World War II, Allied relations with them, Office of Strategic Services operations in Yugoslavia and Austria, post-World War II...

 
Lindsay (Hsiao-li, Baroness) memoirs

Relates to Chinese communist leaders during World War II, the United States Observer Mission to Yenan, China, 1944-1945, and two visits by United States Ambassador Patrick Hurley to Yenan, 1944. Microfilm.

 
Lindsay (Vachel) Papers

Nicholas Vachel Lindsay (1879-1931) was a highly successful poet on recital tours, especially from 1914-1920. His appeared in 1923. The collection consists of letters of Lindsay to Wilhelm Miller and family, manuscripts, scrapbooks, ephemera, and presentation copies of books by...

 
Lindsay-O'Neal (Allan) and the People's Alliance for Peace Collection

This collection contains Lindsay-O'Neal's diaries from 1970 detailing the creation and activities of the People's Alliance for Peace at the University of the Pacific; transcriptions of the diaries; policy statements, telegrams; position statements on the Vietnam War; protest goals; meeting...

 
Lindsey (Ben B.) papers

Ben B. Lindsey (1869-1943) is recognized as the founder of the U.S. juvenile court system, having served as the first juvenile judge of Denver, Colorado from 1907-1927. The collection spans his judgeship in Colorado as well as his service on...

 
Lindsley (Donald B.) papers

Donald B. Lindsley was an early pioneer of the electroencephalogram (EEG) and an internationally recognized psychologist and brain scientist. Originally from Ohio, Lindsley worked throughout the United States and spent the last half of his career at UCLA where he...

 
Linebarger (Paul M. A.) Papers

Diaries, correspondence, speeches and writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political conditions in China and elsewhere in the Far East, and to psychological warfare during and after World War II. Includes microfilm of P. M. A. Linebarger papers at...

 
Linebarger (Paul M.W.) Papers

Diaries, correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political conditions in China and to Sun Yat-sen.

 
Linen (James) Letters

This collection consists of two holograph letters that were tipped into a book purchased for Special Collections in 1974: Linen, James, The Golden Gate (San Francisco: Edward Bosqui and Co., 1869). Both letters are written by Linen and addressed to...

 
Lines to the pliocene skill, from the Bret Harte papers [graphic]

1979.039:1 is a illustrated, hand written copy of Harte's Lines to the pliocene skull (6 pages) inscribed to Dr. Geo. C. Schaeffer, 1870; 1979.039:2 is a packet of illustrations from Lines to the pliocene skull, copied for Major J.S. Billings,...

 
Linesch (Joseph H.) papers

The Joseph H. Linesch papers span 57 linear feet and date from 1949 to circa 1995. The collection is composed of landscape drawings and reprographic copies, black-and-white photographs, negatives, and slides organized by project; correspondence, and reports on irrigation feasibility...

 
Lingenfelter (Keith) Collection

The collection consists of 34 boxes divided by headings: Genealogy: Married (Boxes 1-16). Genealogy: Unmarried (Boxes 17-19), Marriages, Death Certificates, Cemetery Records (Boxes 22-23), Tehama County Probate Files (Boxes 24-25), Census Records (1852-1880), Miscellaneous Research (Boxes 27- 30) and Newspaper...

 
Lingenfelter (Richard E.) Papers

Richard Emery Lingenfelter (1934- ) was a professor of geophysics and planetary physics at UCLA (1969-79), and the author of several books on western American history. The collection consists of Professor Lingenfelter's research notes, copies of articles, manuscripts and galley...

 
Lingenfelter (Richard) Papers

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

 
Lingenfelter, Sherwood Collection

Dr. Sherwood Lingenfelter is an anthropologist, professor of anthropology, and College and Seminary Administrator. The collection includes 4 linear feet of Yap (Yap Islands of Micronesia) research notes and documents as well as 12 linear feet of Fuller Theological Seminary...

 
Lingo (William) Collection

This collection contains papers collected by William Lingo regarding the construction of the Balboa Park Stadium from 1914-1915, and administrative papers from the California-Pacific International Exposition in 1935.

 
Linguistics Department. Publications.

Record Series 232 contains publications of UCLA's Linguistics Department.

 
Linguistics east and west: American Indian, Sino-Tibetan, and Thai : oral history transcript / 1986.

Discusses his childhood and education in China, his university and related education in the United States and Europe, his research in China, involvement with the Chung-kuo kʻo hsüeh yüan (Academia Sinica), and teaching assignments in the United States. It also...

 
Linkletter (Art) Collection

The documents Linkletter's professional career as a radio and television personality, author, and public figure.  The papers date from approximately 1940-2005, with the bulk of documents created in the 1960s and 1970s.  The collection consists of subject files, scrapbooks, photographs,...

 
Links, Inc., Angel City Chapter Collection

The Angel City Chapter of Links, Inc. was founded in Los Angeles in February 1963 by ten Links, Inc. members who moved to Los Angeles from other parts of country. The Angel City Chapter has supported community-based institutions by sponsoring...

 
Links, Inc. San Jose Chapter Records

Records and photographs documenting the activities of the San Jose Chapter of the Links, Inc., officially initiated on June 6, 1981. According to the Chapter's historical notes, the Chapter began meeting in 1979, after the Peninsula Chapter approached Precida Harris...

 
Linn (Robert) papers

The Robert Linn papers contains drafts and final copies of music compositions by Robert Linn, along with a few programs for concerts and other events. Linn joined the faculty of the USC School of Music in 1957 and served as...

Linsdale (Jean M.) papers

The Jean M. Linsdale papers consist of field notes and correspondence. The field notes span the years 1926-1937. The correspondence dates from 1939-1964 and covers topics including the Hastings Reservation, general expenditures, professional societies, his writings, and miscellaneous.

 
Linton (Brooks) Ephemera Collection

Collection is comprised of AIDS-related ephemera collected by Brooks Linton, a former San Francisco General Hospital AIDS Ward nurse, from approximately 1983-1995.

Linton (Minnie H.) Collection of Indian School Papers and Drawings, before 1919

This collection consists of an autograph book from the Hayward Indian School in Hayward, Wisconsin; drawings from the Hopi Indian Reservation in Keams Canyon, Arizona; and written exams from the Sherman Institute in Riverside, California. The Sherman Institute is now...

 
Linus Wilson Darling papers, 1859-1906.

3 v. containing diaries and accounts, 1876-1897, relating to life in Lone Rock, Oregon, and vicinity as notary public and farmer. Drafts of a few letters and articles, surveys, clippings, etc. included.

 
Linvald (Axel Steffensen) biographical sketch

Relates to the Danish politician Hans Peter Hanssen.

 
Lionel A. Sheldon biographical material and essay, military genius, [1888]

Concerning his Civil War experiences, political life in Ohio and Louisiana, governorship of New Mexico Territory, receivership of the Texas Pacific Railway and interests in Southern California.

 
Lionel Pigot Johnson letter to Mr. O'Leary : ALS, 1895 July 25.

With clipping of an article, Lionel Johnson: Poet, by Adrian Earle.

 
Liosnoff (Alexander) Papers

The Papers contain information on the Shanghai American School Association, American psychological warfare activities during the Korean War, and the post-World War II American civil administration of the Ryukyu Islands, based in Okinawa, including reversion to Japan in 1972. The...

 
Lipinski (Eryk) papers

Correspondence, identification documents, photographs, and cartoons, relating to Polish politics, art and literature, and to world politics. Includes satirical anti-Nazi and post-World War II pro-communist cartoons.

 
Lipinsky Institute for Judaic Studies Collection

The contents of the reflects financial, educational, and organizational matters that the LIJS handled over the course of its operational years 1985 – 2006, along with documents of the Jewish Studies Program at SDSU from as early as 1966, pre-dating...

 
Lipkowska (Teresa) letter

Relates to conditions in Soviet concentration camps and to the success of the Polish government in securing the release of its citizens from them.

 
Lipp (L.F.S.) Photograph Album

The documents Lipp’s trip to Mexico in 1914. The album consists of photographs of Mazatlan, Altata, San Blas, Santa Rosalia, Mexico City, Ensenada, Oaxaca, San Luis Potasi, the Gulf of Mexico, Salamanca, Cape San Lucas, La Paz, and Guadalajara. Of...

 
Lipp (Wesley Powell) Diary, 1887-1889

Daily diary kept by Wesley Powell Lipp from January 1887 until November 1889 which notes his activities working as a miner, farm laborer and store clerk in the areas of Placerville, Wheatland, and Marysville, California.

Lippincott (Joseph B.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, documents, news clippings, and several descriptive photograph albums, pertaining to projects on dams, reservoirs, aqueducts, and other water supply works, groundwater and streamflow, in California, in particular for the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, and in Arizona...

 
Lippitt (Frances) Receipt to Victor Juarez

One handwritten receipt for $2.00 concerning a lost cannon in Santa Barbara, CA. July 17, 1848.

 
Lipset (David) Papers

This collection includes correspondence, interviews, research articles, photographs and manuscript pages pertaining to by David Lipset.

 
Lipson (Leslie) Papers

The Leslie Lipson Papers consist of speeches, writings, lecture notes, subject files and other materials, primarily documenting his career at University of California, Berkeley.

 
Lipton (Lawrence) Papers

Lawrence Lipton (1898-1975) is known for his participation in the Beat experience in Venice, California. He wrote many books and various magazine articles. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and galley proofs related to Lipton's career as a writer.

 
Lisle (Anna Howell Hayward) Papers

Anna Howell Hayward Lisle worked with the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration and Near East Foundation relief efforts in Greece from 1944-1946. The papers include correspondence, reports, and photographs, relating to social conditions and relief work in Greece at...

 
Lisowski (Konstanty and Wladyslaw) photographs

Depicts Polish military activities before and during World War II. Includes photographs of Władysław Lisowski, son of Konstanty Lisowski and Polish army captain.

LISP and Natural Language Processing [videorecording]

Sixteen lectures on 8 cassettes comprise a full-length course presented at the 1987 Linguistic Institute held at Stanford University ....

LISP and Natural Language Processing [videorecording]

Sixteen lectures on 8 cassettes comprise a full-length course presented at the 1987 Linguistic Institute held at Stanford University ....

 
Lissitzky (El) letters and photographs

The El Lissitzky letters and photographs collection consists of 106 letters sent, most by Lissitzky to his wife, Sophie Lissitzky-Küppers, along with his personal notes on art and aesthetics, a few official and personal documents, and approximately 165 documentary photographs...

 
Lissner (Louis) Journal

Summary: Part memoirs, part journal for 1854-1861. Begins in Prussia and ends with Lissner's last two years in San Francisco. Typescript....

 
Lissner (Meyer) Papers

Correspondence, legal and financial papers, photographs, clippings and miscellaneous printed material including circulars, new releases, speeches, and political hand bills. The papers are predominantly political with particular emphasis on the non-partisan reform movement in Los Angeles beginning about 1906, the...

 
List of schooners built by Thomas H. Petersen and ship plans, 1900s.

List of schooners is a typescript copied from scrapbook of Petersen's daughter, Mrs. Anna C. Brown by Eugene Compton. Rolled item is plans of ships.

 
Lista de la gente que se ba lebantando en esta ciudad de queretaro ... : Mexico City and Querétaro : DS, 1705 Jan. 10-Feb. 10.

Documents relating to recruiting soldiers at Querétaro for service in Manila, including viceregal orders signed by the Duke of Alburquerque, and rolls of men enlisted, with information on wages paid them.

 
Lists of California women in the suffrage movement, 1869-1911.

Alphabetical lists, compiled from newspaper sources. Included also are lists of suffrage conventions and of men associated with the movement.

 
Lists of plots by row and lot and by name : Dobbins, Calif., 1970 Mar. 10.

Photocopy of computer printout. Map of the district included.

 
Literary San Francisco : oral history transcript / and related material, 1965.

Discussion of writing career; association with Book Club of California; printers, writers. bibliophiles and artists he has known. Photographs inserted.

 
Literary scrapbook, [ca. 1903-1904]

Includes Joaquin Miller material - letter (A.L.S.), poem (A.Ms.S.) and clippings, p. 17-20; poem by Edwin Markham (A.Ms.S.) and clippings, p. 21-22; two letters from Ina D. Coolbrith (A.Ls.S.) and copies of her poems, p. 23-29; copy of poem by...

 
Literatura de Cordel collection

The term , which translates from Portuguese to “literature on a string,” describes the tradition of selling printed poems in pamphlets that are pinned to strings in the open-air markets of Northeastern Brazil. One of the largest of its kind...

 
Lithographs of Los Angeles, Calif.

Scenes include the Los Angeles Civic Center, and old Chinatown.

 
Lithographs of the Pacific Northwest from the publication West Shore [graphic]

Views show Seattle, Washington with Mt. Rainier in the distance (also includes business area, docks, and residences); a general view of Astoria, Oregon looking seaward and one looking inland (vessels are shown on the Columbia River); a view of Portland,...

 
Lithuanian National Council of America miscellaneous records

Correspondence, resolutions, and reports, relating to the movements to secure Lithuanian indepedence and American recognition of Lithuania.

 
Lithuanian Subject Collection

Serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, and other printed matter, relating to various aspects of Lithuanian history, and especially to the movement culminating in re-establishment of Lithuanian independence in 1991, and to subsequent Lithuanian politics and elections.

 
Litigation and the practice of labor law at Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro : 1934-1977 : oral history transcript ; / 1985.

Family, Oregon; education at Stanford, and shipping out to New Zealand; joining Pillsbury, Madison & Sutro, 1934; trial work, 1940s: Big-Six Case, Taft-Hartley Act, litigation, and strike arbitration; Pillsbury, Madison and Sutro labor practice group; National Labor Relations Board, 1960s-1970s,...

 
Litigator and federal judge : oral history transcript / 2000.

Education at Stanford University and Stanford Law School; early work with Halsey & Leo law firm; litigator for Fitzgerald, Abbot & Beardsley law firm, discusses cases: Owl Drug Co., Fair Trade Act, Leco Products Co.; personal injury work, UC loyalty...

 
Litigator, federal district judge, director of the Federal Judicial Center, and professor, 1952-1997 / 1998.

Childhood in Berlin, early 1930s, and family move to Los Angeles, 1938; World War II intelligence work; University of Southern California, and Harvard Law School; trial lawyer with McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen, 1952-1976: antitrust litigation, colleagues, Morris Doyle, cases...

 
Litigator, federal district judge, director of the Federal Judicial Center, and professor, 1952-1997 : oral history transcript / 1998.

Childhood in Berlin, early 1930s, and family move to Los Angeles, 1938; World War II intelligence work; University of Southern California, and Harvard Law School; trial lawyer with McCutchen, Doyle, Brown & Enersen, 1952-1976: antitrust litigation, colleagues, Morris Doyle, cases...

 
Litoshenko (Lev Nikolaevich) papers

Writings and photographs, relating to agriculture in the Soviet Union and industry in the United States. Includes drafts and final typescript of "Agrarian Policy in Soviet Russia before the Adoption of the Five Year Plan" (co-authored with Lincoln Hutchinson), and...

 
Little Landers Colony Records

The collection contains records of the Little Landers Colony in San Diego.

 
Little Rose (built 1918; Monterey clipper) marine survey

The Little Rose (built 1918; Monterey clipper) marine survey (SAFR 23831, HDC 1290) consists of a "Report of Survey for Monterey LITTLE ROSE, Official no. CF 5597 AJ." The collection has been processed to the item unit level and is...

 
Little (William A.) Papers

The materials consist of correspondence and conference files....

 
Littlefield family correspondence

Lambert Littlefield and some members of his family came to California from Maine in the 1850s and engaged in gold mining, lumbering, and mercantile pursuits. The collection consists of correspondence between Littlefield and family members including letters from Sutter Creek...

 
Littlefield (Marion V.) photograph collection

Depicts aerial activities on the western front during World War I, captured or destroyed German planes, and bomb damage in France and Germany. Photographs taken by the United States Air Service.

 
Littlejohn (Robert M.) printed material

Relates to the provision of food and clothing by the United States Army Quartermaster Corps to American troops in the European Theater.

 
Littleton family collection.

Diary of Micajah Littleton documenting his overland journey to California from Independence, Mo., May to October of 1850. In addition to a descriptive journal he appended a detailed directional mileage log as if recording for future immigrants. Of special interest...

 
Littleton (James and Micajah) Letters

Correspondence and diary....

 
Litton, Burton Collection, 1948-2005 (bulk of 1965-1998)

Collection of Burton Litton, architect, 1948-2005 (bulk of 1965-1998). The Litton collection is comprised of four series: Personal Papers, Professional Papers, Faculty Papers, and Project Records.

 
Litton (Charles V.) Papers

Letters written to Litton and copies of letters by him; notes; notebooks; reports; blueprints and drawings; patents; etc. concerning vacuum tubes and machinery built by Litton and his various businesses; the operation of the companies; Litton's theories of physics; and...

 
Litton Colonial Collection

The collection contains letters and documents, mainly from the Colonial period, and apparently acquired from diverse sources.

 
The Litton Colonial Collection, 1753-1884 (bulk 1750-1770)

The collection includes letters and documents mainly from the Colonial Period, acquired from diverse sources. A document regarding George Washington, signed by John Hancock, 17 July 1776. Clippings of marriage and death notices regarding the Slosson-Vanderwater Families.

 
Litvinov (Ivy) Papers

Acquired by the Hoover Institution in 1987, the Ivy Litvinov papers contain information relating to the life of Ivy Litvinov in Great Britain and the Soviet Union, her marriage to the Soviet foreign minister Maxim Litvinov, and British and Russian...

 
Litwack (Sidney Z.) television scripts

Relating to the career of art director Sydney Z. Litwack, the collection consists of television scripts, teleplays, art direction notes, and production information.

 
Liu family records

A collection of early twentieth-century land deeds and contracts from the Zhejiang region of China offer a valuable glimpse into China's real estate market from the 1880s to the 1930s.

 
Liu (Francis Fulton) typescript

Relates to the history of Muslims in China from the seventh century to the twentieth.

 
Liu (James J. Y.) Papers

These papers document Liu's career at Stanford University and include correspondence with colleagues and students, 1971-86; correspondence with publishers and associations, 1969-84; minutes, memoranda, and other records pertaining to departmental and university matters, 1968-85; correspondence and records pertaining to NEH...

 
Liu (John M.) Collection of Orange County Chinese American Photographs

John M. Liu was a professor in the Comparative Culture program at the University of California, Irvine and chair of the Chinese American Council of the Historical and Cultural Foundation in 1992 when he curated an exhibit of historical photographs...

 
Liuba (Justin) papers

Correspondence, writings, memoranda, printed matter, and sound recording cassettes, relating to Radio Free Europe broadcasts to Romania, and to political conditions in Romania, Romanian history, and Romanian émigré affairs. Includes interviews conducted by Justin Liuba for Radio Free Europe broadcasts.

 
Liubimov (Dmitriĭ Nikolaevich) memoirs

Relates to political conditions in Russia, 1902-1906.

 
Liudi vne zakona typescript

Relates to the experiences of an unidentified Soviet soldier during World War II, his incarceration in several German prisoner of war camps, and conditions in those camps.

 
Live Oak School (Lodi, Calif.) Records

The Live Oak School Records include annual reports issued by administrators and teachers, as well as registers that list students by grade level, how often they attended and were ill, and their grades. The registers in the collection also elaborate...

 
Lively Arts at Stanford Records

The records include correspondence, contracts, memoranda, photographs, clippings, brochures, and programs pertaining to performers in the Lively Arts series, 1972-1984.

 
Livermore (Edith) photographs

Depicts activities of the German army during World War I, military parades and training exercises in Berlin, war damage in France, a 1913 parade in honor of Tsar Nicholas II at Potsdam, and British troops on parade in London.

 
Livermore family papers, circa 1840-2005 (bulk 1930-1980).

Primarily architectural and other papers of George Livermore. Also includes Livermore family correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, and other papers.

 
Livermore Sanitarium, Livermore, Calif. records, 1912-1918.

Includes letter from V.H. Podstata to John W. Robertson, accounts, agreements, etc.

 
The Living Legends: A Discussion About the Establishment of the Computer Science Department at Stanford University [videorecording]

A discussion amongst John McCarthy, Edward Feigenbaum, Robert W. Floyd, Donald Knuth, Gene Golub, Gio Wiederhold, John G. Herriot, and William F. Miller on the history of computer science at Stanford, recorded on March 22, 1997 by Andy Kacsman.

 
Living Theatre records, 1947-1975.

Clippings, correspondence, notebooks, photographs, promotional materials, scripts, working notes, and other production materials relating to Living Theatre productions and published books for the period extending from the company's inception to the mid-1970's.

 
Livingstead (Ivor M. V. Z.) typescript

Relates to the fall of the House of Romanov in Russia.

 
Livingston family papers and photographs, 1912-1945.

The collection consists of photographs of members of the Livingston family, including David, Samuel, Edward, Fredericka Livingston Stiebel, and Hattie Livingston Levy. The collection also includes a copy of Edward Livingston, Sr.'s A Personal History of the San Francisco Earthquake...

 
Livingston (H.) postcard collection

This collection consist of 56 postcard views of port cities in North America, Europe, Asia, and Africa as well as 6 postcards of marine vessels. The bulk are color lithographs, there is one photochrome card from ca. 1940.

 
Livingston (Kenneth E.) Papers

Original order and original series designation were maintained with the Livingston Papers, hence some overlap in content (e.g., the papers arrived with alphabetical ....

 
Livingston, Kinkead & Company records, 1857-1862.

The papers include letters from and accounts with army officers and others who accompanied the Utah Expedition or wintered with it in 1857-1858; notes by and accounts with John Robertson and other mountain men; letters by Livingston, Kinkead & Company,...

 
Livingston (Robert B.) Papers

Papers of Robert B. Livingston, professor of neuroscience and medical administrator. The collection includes early correspondence (1947-1952), writings, talks and lectures, project materials, and UCSD teaching materials. Also included are papers of Livingston's mentor John F. Fulton.

 
Livingston (William K.) Papers

The William K. Livingston Papers were received from his daughter-in-law Katherine Livingston in 1996 with one additional box on 10 October 1997....

 
Livingstone (David) lantern slides and pamphlet

This collection contains lantern slides, a pamphlet, and documents regarding David Livingstone, the noted explorer and medical missionary who traveled to Africa. The lantern slides in this collection highlight Livingstone’s life and are accompanied by a pamphlet that provides descriptions...

 
Lizana y Beaumont, Francisco Javier de Letters to Andres Cochrane Johnstone : Mexico, 1809.

The archbishop-viceroy requests that Cochrane transport certain funds from Veracruz to Cádiz, and also that he take two French prisoners, General Octaviano de Alvimar, and a Mr. Champantier, still awaiting passage due to refusal of Spanish captains to take them...

 
Lizzie M. Brooks scrapbook, [1871-1900?]

Newspaper clippings pertaining mainly to California and the West.

 
L.J. Skaggs and Mary C. Skaggs Foundation pictorial material [graphic].

Includes formal portraits, snapshots and other personal photographs pertaining to Mary C. Skaggs, L.J. Skaggs and their family, friends and associates. Also includes some photographs of Skaggs Foundation officials, including Philip Jelley. Other items include posters, certificates and tributes pertaining...

 
L.L. Hickock letters to his wife, 1886.

Letters describe life in North San Juan, Nevada Co., Calif.

 
Llano del Rio Records

Most of the collection was collected by longtime colonist, Walter Millsap, and includes papers from the early years of the colony in California and Louisiana (1911-1930), correspondence between Millsap and other colonists (1920-1958), and files from the assets recovery attempt...

 
Llerena (Mario) memoirs

Relates to Fidel Castro and to the Movimiento Revolucionario 26 de Julio in Cuba, 1956-1958. Includes photocopies of correspondence, including two letters from Fidel Castro.

 
Llewellyn Zublin letters to his wife and son : San Francisco, Calif., 1852-1857.

Consists of letters describing life in San Francisco, work in local newspapers, including the San Francisco Herald and the San Francisco Call, and local events between 1852 to 1857, including elections, earthquakes, fires and agricultural prices, as well as his...

 
Lloyd Austin papers, 1926-1940 (bulk 1926-1927)

Correspondence and notes concerning his work and activities with plants, Luther Burbank's Gold Ridge Experiment Farm, and other growers.

 
Lloyd George (David) essay

Relates to the Geneva Disarmament Conference and to prospects for world disarmament.

 
Lloyd (Harold) Collection, ca. 1910s-1920s

Production stills and publicity shots of Lloyd, of his films, and of his wife and father.

 
Lloyd (Harold) papers

The Harold Lloyd papers span the years 1919-1938 (bulk 1934-1938) and encompass more than 133 linear feet. The collection contains the files of Harold Lloyd Corporation general manager, William R. Fraser, including financial records and correspondence. There is material on...

 
Lloyd (Lucile) papers

The Lucile Lloyd papers span 15 linear feet and date from circa 1929 to circa 1941. The collection is primarily composed of black-and-white photographs of Lloyd’s work as well as preliminary sketches, presentation boards, scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, correspondence, textile swatches,...

 
Lloyd (Norman) Hollywood Theatre Scripts

Norman Lloyd started his affiliation with the Hollywood Television Theatre in 1972 as director, producer, and eventually executive producer. The collection consists of scripts related Lloyd's association with the Hollywood Television Theatre series.

 
Lloyd Osbourne letters to his sister, Isobel Field : Nice, France., 1940 July-December.

Describe difficulties of living in unoccupied France during World War II.

 
Lloyd William Dinkelspiel papers, 1886-1980.

The collection consists of genealogical and biographical information; obituaries; some correspondence; compositions and poems; a will of Pauline Dinkelspiel; certificates and family documents; information about Dinkelspiel House, which is part of Dunsmuir House and Gardens in Oakland, California; a 1916...

 
L.M. Hoffman & Co. auction catalogues : for prime Rio coffee, 1844.

Contains 2 annotated catalogues for prime Rio coffee sold at auction by auctioneer L.M. Hoffman from the Barque Heindrik in Apr. 1844 and the Barque James Boorman in Aug. 1844.

 
Lo and Behold

This file contains a typed manuscript entitled "Lo and Behold" possibly written by John Dominus. It appears to have been written in 1933 and refers to ceremonial dances and religious ceremonies of Luisenos and Cupeno Indians, such as the Shrohobit...

 
Lo (Jung-pang) Papers.

Lo's B.A., M.A., PhD. theses, and manuscripts on Chinese naval history and Chinese leaders, including manuscripts by or on K'ang Yu-Wei, a philosopher and reformer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, part of the Lo family genealogical materials.

 
Lobanov-Rostovsky (Andrei) papers

Diary, writings, notes, correspondence, clippings, and biographical data, relating to Russian history and to Russian émigré affairs.

 
Lobero Theatre Archives

Organizational records of Santa Barbara California's Lobero Theatre, originally constructed in 1873 and reorganized and rebuilt in 1924 by a group of community members. The county owned theater is run by the Lobero Theatre Foundation and has hosted over 4,000...

 
Lobner Family Collection

This collection contains correspondence, taped reminiscences, notes, photographs and genealogies pertaining to the Lobner family....

 
Lobue (J.D.) television scripts

J.D. Lobue is best known as a television director for situational comedies. The collection consists of one hundred-plus scripts for television comedies such as , , , , and

 
Local Governance for the 21st Century Commission Records

The records of the Commission on Local Governance for the 21st Century (CLG) document the efforts of the commission to perform a comprehensive study of and publish a report on local government organization in California for presentation to the Governor,...

 
Local History Collection

The Local History Collection focuses on the history of Orange County California and, to a lesser extent, on California as a whole.