The Mike Weber Papers document the professional and personal activities of John Martin “Mike” Weber, a prominent member of
the educational community in Sacramento for more than 50 years. Through his work with the Sacramento County Office of Education,
the California Retired Teachers Association, and the Japanese American Student Conference, Weber created a huge body of publications,
classroom workshops, and supplementary materials that aided children and adults. Focused mainly on the sciences, conservation,
and the educational personalities of Sacramento, Weber’s collection provides a snapshot of his research, publications, and
John Martin “Mike” Weber was born April 13, 1913, in El Centro, California. The fifth of six brothers, Weber received his
early schooling in El Centro and Burbank, California. In 1930 his family moved to Corvallis, Oregon, where he graduated from
high school. He then attended Oregon State University in Corvallis. Within five years, Weber attained a master’s degree in
science education, completing his studies in 1937.
18.25 linear feet (15 boxes)
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