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Pavlova, Anna, 1881-1931.

Biography/Organization History

Russian born ballet dancer and choreographer.
 

[Anna Pavlova on a camel in front of the Great Sphinx of Giza, Egypt.] POR: Pavlova, Anna:027

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Anna Pavlova, Cleopatra (Egyptian dance) with L. Novkioff. circa 1920s POR: Pavlova, Anna:087

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Copy photograph.
 

Anna Pavlova and H. Stowitts in La Peri. POR: Pavlova, Anna:136

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Anna Pavlova in Syrian Dance. POR: Pavlova, Anna:163

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Anna Pavlova with Stowitts in Syrian Dance. POR: Pavlova, Anna:164

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Portrait of Anna Pavlova in ballet costume.] POR: Pavlova, Anna:171

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photograph by S.P. Andrew Studio.
 

[Anna Pavlova dancing.] circa 1915 POR: Pavlova, Anna:177

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photograph by Arnold Genthe.
 

Peixotto, Ernest C., 1869-1940.

Biography/Organization History

Author, artist, and book illustrator who was associated with the bohemian group Les Jeunes, and a member of the distinguished Peixotto family; his siblings were the attorney Edgar Peixotto, army general Eustace Peixotto, social worker Sidney Peixotto, and Jessica Peixotto, a professor of economics at the University of California.
 

[Portrait of] General Ernest D. Peixotto. POR: Peixotto, Ernest C.:1

Additional Note

Photograph by Thors Portraits.
 

Perez, Eulalia, -d. 1878.

 

Eulalia Perez. POR: Perez, Eulalia:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Perkins, George Clement, 1839-1923.

Biography/Organization History

14th governor of California (1880-1883) who was an owner of the Pacific Coast Steamship Co. and a U.S. Senator (1893-1915) who was concerned with maritime matters and supported the building of the Panama Canal.
 

[Portrait of] Gov. George C. Perkins. POR: Perkins, George Clement:1

Additional Note

Photograph by Houseworth.
 

[Portrait of] George C. Perkins. POR: Perkins, George Clement:3

 

Petris, Nicholas C., 1923-2013.

Biography/Organization History

California State Assemblyman from 1959-1966 and California State Senator from 1967-1996.
 

[Portrait of Nicholas] Petris. POR: Petris, Nicholas C.:1

Additional Note

Duplicate - Nick Petris, lot 35.
 

Phleger, Herman, 1890-1984.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco attorney and legal adviser to the Department of State.
 

Herman Phleger. POR: Phleger, Herman:2

 

Pflueger, Timothy Ludwig, 1892-1946.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco architect whose buildings include the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Headquarters, the Castro Theater, Oakland's Paramount Theater, Union Square and Garage, and the Federal Building on Treasure Island.
 

[Portrait of Timothy Ludwig Pflueger.] POR: Pflueger, Timothy Ludwig:1

Additional Note

Photograph by Peter Stackpole.
 

Phelan, James, 1820-1892.

 

[James Phelan seated in chair holding top hat.] POR: Phelan, James :4

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Phelan, James Duval, 1861-1930

Biography/Organization History

Reform mayor of San Francisco (1897-1901) who battled corruption in government, and U.S. Senator (1915-1921) who was opposed to Asian immigration. He was known as a supporter of the arts and left some of his fortune and his estate to aid California writers and artists.
 

[Portrait of James D. Phelan.] POR: Phelan, James Duval:4

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Copy photograph.
 

[Portrait of James Duval Phelan.] POR: Phelan, James Duval:8

 

Hon. James [Duval] Phelan, ex-Mayor of San Francisco - Prime mover in the decoration of San Francisco streets. August 1906 POR: Phelan, James Duval:11

 

James [Duval] Phelan as Mayor. 1910 POR: Phelan, James Duval:47

 

Piazzoni, Gottardo, 1872-1945.

Biography/Organization History

Italian-Swiss artist who came to California and taught at the California School of Fine Arts (1919-1935). Known for his large murals, his art often featured California landscape scenery.
 

[Portrait of Gottardo Piazzoni.] POR: Piazzoni, Gottardo:4

Additional Note

Johan Hagemeyer, camera portraits.
 

Pico, Andrés, 1810-1876.

Biography/Organization History

Commander of the at the Battle of San Pasqual and later a state senator.
 

[Portrait of] Genl. Andres Pico. January 3, 1878 POR: Pico, Andrés:3

Additional Note

Photograph by V. Wolfenstein.
 

Pico, Pío, 1801-1894.

Biography/Organization History

5th and last Mexican governor of Alta California (1832 and 1845-1846) who followed the ousting of Micheltorena and set up his administration in Los Angeles. The Americans defeated the Mexicans and took hold of California, driving Pico into exile in Mexico.
 

Don Pio Pico after he returned from Sonora (?) 1848 POR: Pico, Pío:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (salt paper print)
 

Ex-Gov. Pio Pico presented by himself. POR: Pico, Pío:3

Additional Note

Photograph by John A. Winberg, San Francisco.
 

[Portrait of] Governor Pio Pico. POR: Pico, Pío:4

Additional Note

Copy photograph.
 

Pinart, Alphonse, 1852-1911.

Biography/Organization History

French explorer who traveled to Alaska to study native cultures.
 

[Portrait of Alphonse Pinart.] 1875? POR: Pinart, Alphonse:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photograph by Bradley & Rulofson inscribed by Pinart.
 

[Watercolor caricature of Alphonse Pinart in Native American costume.] 1876 POR: Pinart, Alphonse:2

Additional Note

By Henry Michel.
 

Pioche, Francis Louis Alfred, 1817-1872.

Biography/Organization History

French-born banker with dealings in railroads and real estate in San Francisco who killed himself when his investments became overextended. The town of Pioche, Nevada, was named for him.
 

[Portrait of Francis Louis Alfred Pioche.] POR: Pioche, Francis Louis Alfred:1

Additional Note

From the Cowan Collection. The only ref. I personally hear of Mr. Pioche is from - Nevillis [?] Fantastic City (Felix Pioche). "F.P. The French Banker," [?], grand opera, etc., 1868. "Mrs. Hall McAllister gave a party for Madame Parepa also she was entertained at home of F. P. who gave her a bracelet of gold & diamonds" etc.
 

Pixley, Frank Morrison, 1825-1895.

Biography/Organization History

Lawyer and journalist from New York who was Governor Stanford's and President Grant's attorney general before becoming an editor of the in San Francisco and a contributor to the and the . He then became an editor and co-publisher of the (1877-1893), where he made enemies with his views against Asian immigration and the Catholic Church, but attracted important writers such as Ina Coolbrith, Gertrude Atherton, and Arthur McEwen.
 

[Portrait of Frank Morrison Pixley.] POR: Pixley, Frank Morrison:1

 

Pleasant, Mary Ellen, d. 1904

 

Mary Ellen "Mammy" Pleasant at 87 years of age. circa 1900 POR: Pleasant, Mary Ellen:1

Additional Note

Copy photo from Pandex of the press, v.1, p.5.
 

Polk, Willis Jefferson, 1867-1924.

Biography/Organization History

Kentucky-born architect who came to San Francisco, where he was associated with the bohemian group Les Jeunes. His buildings include the Pacific Union Club, the Hallidie Building, and the reconstruction of Mission Dolores (1917).
 

[Willis Polk, San Francisco architect, in his office.] circa 1913 POR: Polk, Willis Jefferson:1

 

Pond, Charles Fremont, 1856-1929.

Biography/Organization History

American naval officer.
 

[Officer Charles Pond with ship dog on SS Oregon.] POR: Pond, Charles Fremont.:07

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Oversize item shelved as ffPOR.
 

[Group portrait of naval ship crew with ship dog and ship cat.] POR: Pond, Charles Fremont.:17

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Oversize item shelved as ffPOR.
 

Porter, Anne.

 

[Anne and Estelle Porter with bicycles.] POR: Porter, Anne:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Porter, Bruce, 1865-1953.

Biography/Organization History

A member of the bohemian San Francisco group Les Jeunes and associate of Frank Norris. His artistic activities included landscape designing, creating stained glass windows, and painting murals.
 

Bruce Porter and Robert, Arnold, and Julian Waybur in front of Cliff House backdrop. Early 1890s POR: Porter, Bruce:1

 

Potter, Alice.

 

[Alice Potter and Marion Mills at work in laboratory, University of California.] circa 1921

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Powers, Stephen, 1840-1904.

 

Stephen Powers. 1881 POR: Powers, Stephen:1

Additional Note

Photograph of an engraving reproduced from H.Z. Williams and Bros. History of Washington County, Ohio,
 

Priestley, Herbert I., 1875-1944.

Biography/Organization History

Scholar of Mexican history who taught at the University of California, Berkeley (1917-1944) and staff member of The Bancroft Library after 1912 and later its director (1940-1944). His writings include (1923).
 

[Herbert I Priestley sitting on ledge.] June 30?, 1927 POR: Priestley, Herbert I.:4

 

Ralston, Jackson Harvey, 1857-1945

Scope and Content Note

American lawyer.
 

[Portrait of Jackson Ralston.] POR: Ralston, Jackson Harvey:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph : photomechanical print
 

Ralston, William Chapman, 1826-1875.

Biography/Organization History

Financier who founded the Bank of California with D. O. Mills and others, he became its president and helped it become the leading bank in the Far West. He and the bank financed a variety of businesses, but he overextended himself in speculative financing. The bank was forced to close in 1875, and he mysteriously drowned in the San Francisco Bay.
 

[Portrait of William Chapman Ralston.] POR: Ralston, William Chapman:5

 

Reagan, Ronald, 1911-2004.

Biography/Organization History

33rd governor of California (1966-1975) with a background in movie and television acting and no political background before his governorship. His politics were marked by a conservative outlook emphasizing economy and social welfare. After an unsuccessful bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 1976, he won the U.S. Presidency in 1980 and again in 1984.
 

Presentation to Governor Ronald Reagan of $7,000,000 for Pepperwood Grove addition to Humboldt Redwoods State Park. March 13, 1968 POR: Reagan, Ronald:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Left to right: Ronald Reagan, Frank Belotti, Norman B. Livermore, Newton B. Drury, Randolph Collier, Ralph Chaney, and John B. Dewitt.
 

Dedication, Redwood National Park. [Ronald Reagan second from left.] August 27, 1969 POR: Reagan, Ronald:2

Additional Note

Original shelved: BANC PIC 1971.037--PIC:138
 

Redding, Josephine, 1893-1915.

Biography/Organization History

Daughter of Joseph Deighn Redding.
 

[Portrait of Josephine Redding.] Christmas 1907 POR: Redding, Josephine:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Inscribed on back.
 

[Portrait of Josephine Redding wearing a nurse outfit.] 1915 POR: Redding, Josephine:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Redding, Myra Augusta Cowles, 1857-1945.

 

Myra Cowles and Josephine [Redding]. 1893 POR: Redding, Myra Augusta Cowles:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Redmond, Granville, 1871-1935.

Biography/Organization History

Philadelphia-born deaf painter of California landscapes who was reared in San Jose and lived in the Los Angeles area.
 

Granville Redmond. POR: Redmond, Granville:2

Additional Note

Gift of Mrs. Hubert Wykoff, 7/31/61.
 

Reed, James Frazier, 1800-1874.

Biography/Organization History

Surviving member of the Donner party.
 

[Portrait of James F. Reed.] POR: Reed, James Frazier:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Reinhardt, Aurelia Henry, 1877-1948.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco-born educator who taught English and became president of Mills College (1916-1943). Mills had previously been a rather weak institution and was greatly improved during her term as college president.
 

Dr. Aurelia Reinhardt, President of Mills College, California, photographed in her garden at Mills College. October 17, 1928 POR: Reinhardt, Aurelia Henry:3

Additional Note

No. A-520.
 

Rethberg, Elisabeth, 1894-1976.

Biography/Organization History

Opera singer.
 

[Elisabeth Rethberg with German shepherd.] POR: Rethberg, Elisabeth:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Signed on back.
 

Revere, Joseph Warren, 1812-1880.

Biography/Organization History

Grandson of Paul Revere whose naval career led him to California to raise the U.S. flag at Sonoma and to Mexico to serve in the Mexican army; he also served in the Union Army in the U.S. Civil War. His writings include (1849) and the autobiography (1872).
 

[Portrait of Joseph Warren Revere in uniform.] POR: Revere, Joseph Warren:2

Additional Note

F. Gutekunst, photographer, Philada. [Philadelphia]
 

Richardson, Friend William, 1865-1943.

Biography/Organization History

25th governor of California (1923-1927) whose one-term administration was marked by his conservatism and emphasis on business-like economics.
 

[Portrait of Governor Friend W. Richardson.] POR: Richardson, Friend William:1

Additional Note

Photograph of a painting. Original is in the California State Capitol.
 

Ricketts, Edward Flanders, 1896-1948.

Biography/Organization History

Operator of a commercial marine biological laboratory on Cannery Row, Monterey, and a friend of John Steinbeck's. He and Steinbeck took a trip into the Gulf of California, which they wrote about in (1941) and (1951). Ricketts also wrote (1939), a study of marine life.
 

Dr. Edward Ricketts. POR: Ricketts, Edward Flanders:1

 

Riley, Bennett, 1787-1853.

Biography/Organization History

7th American military governor of California (1849) who assisted civil government and called for a constitution in anticipation of a territorial government.
 

General [Bennett] Riley, Military. POR: Riley, Bennett:1

 

Robinson, Alfred, 1806-1895.

Biography/Organization History

American author and businessman.
 

[Portrait of Alfred Robinson.] POR: Robinson, Alfred:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Copy photograph.
 

Rodolph portrait collection.

 

[John Albert (Snowshoe) Thompson seated on porch with dog.] Rodolph portrait collection:10

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Postman who carried mail over the Sierra Nevada Mountains using skis. Born 1827, died 1876.
 

Rolph, James, 1869-1934.

Biography/Organization History

Five-time mayor of San Francisco (1911-1930) who helped develop parks, more schools, and a municipal streetcar system. He was later elected California's 27th governor (1931-1934) and had difficulties when, among other problems, he was reproached for condoning the actions of a mob that lynched two accused kidnappers and murderers after taking them from a San Jose jail.
 

Jas. J. Walker, Mayor of New York City visits San Francisco, Calif. July 18, 1928 POR: Rolph, James:4

Additional Note

Photography by Jesse B. Cook.
 

Herbert Hoover & Mayor James Rolph, Jr. 1928 POR: Rolph, James:6

Additional Note

Gift of Mrs. R.R. Emparan, July 1975.
 

Roney, Frank, 1841-1925.

Biography/Organization History

Irish-born labor leader who moved to San Francisco in 1874, worked as an iron molder, and joined the Workingmen's party. He became president of the San Francisco Trades Assembly in 1881 and created a Seamen's Protective Association to protect sailors against maltreatment by shipowners and captains.
 

[Portrait of Frank Roney.] December 1906 POR: Roney, Frank:4

Additional Note

Inscribed, "Respectfully yours, Frank Roney, Dec. 1906." Photograph by Chas. McMillan, Vallejo, Cal.
 

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.

Biography/Organization History

President of the United State from 1901 to 1909.
 

[Theodore Roosevelt riding in a carriage in San Francisco.] 1901s POR: Roosevelt, Theodore:10

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Theodore Roosevelt and Dwight B. Heard. circa 1912? POR: Roosevelt, Theodore:16

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Theodore Roosevelt and Mrs. Dwight Heard. circa 1912? POR: Roosevelt, Theodore:17

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Theodore Roosevelt visits Phoenix, Arizona. 1912 POR: Roosevelt, Theodore:18

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photographs by. Barlett B. Heard.
 

Rosenshine, Annette, 1880-1971.

Biography/Organization History

Sculptor and member of the artistic circle of Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas.
 

[Portrait of Annette Rosenshine sitting on a chair.] POR: Rosenshine, Annette:7

 

[Portrait of Annette Rosenshine wrapped in a shawl.] POR: Rosenshine, Annette:11

 

[Annette Rosenshine with three small sculptures.] 1950 POR: Rosenshine, Annette:27

 

[Annette Rosenshine.] 1950 POR: Rosenshine, Annette:40

 

Rosenthal, Toby Edward, 1848-1917.

Biography/Organization History

German-born painter who was raised in San Francisco; his paintings were famous for their depiction of dramatic incidents in historical literature.
 

[Portrait of Toby Edward Rosenthal.] 1829 POR: Rosenthal, Toby Edward:1

Additional Note

Inscribed, "To my dear friend, Charley, from his --- [?], Toby. San Francisco, 1829." Thomas Houseworth & Co., photographer.
 

Rossi, Angelo Joseph, 1878-1948.

Biography/Organization History

California-born member of the Board of Supervisors in San Francisco (1921-1931), where he served as chairman of the finance committee. When Mayor James Rolph, Jr., was elected governor of California, Rossi was elected mayor of San Francisco by the Board of Supervisors; he was mayor beginning in 1931, and was re-elected twice.
 

Mayor [Angelo] Rossi. POR: Rossi, Angelo Joseph:1

Additional Note

Photograph by Peter Stackpole, Oakland, Calif.
 

Rowell, Chester Harvey, 1867-1948.

Biography/Organization History

Illinois-born editor of the (1898-1920) and the (1932-1935) who later became the Chronicle's major editorial columnist (1935-1947); he used the to promote the views of the Lincoln-Roosevelt League, a Republican Party reform organization.
 

Charles Dwight Willard, Johnson and Chester Rowell from Stanford U. POR: Rowell, Chester Harvey:1

Additional Note

Meyer Lissner papers. Graham Photo Co., Los Angeles, Cal.
 

Royce, Josiah, 1855-1916.

Biography/Organization History

American philosopher
 

[Portrait of Josiah Royce.] POR: Royce, Josiah:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Copy photograph.
 

Professor Josiah Royce. September 1895 POR: Royce, Josiah:2

Additional Note

Photograph of caricature sketch by Davenport, from the San Francisco Examiner newspaper. Digital capture taken from negative. No print available.
 

Ruiz, Jose

 

Jose Ruiz and Josefa Abila wedding portrait. POR: Ruiz, Jose:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Rumford, William Byron, 1908-1986.

Biography/Organization History

California state assemblyman from 1948-1966 who was concerned with such issues as minimum wage, civil rights, fair employment, housing, alcohol, and air pollution.
 

[Portrait of William Byron Rumford.] POR: Rumford, William Byron:1

Additional Note

No. 42542-3. Photo by E.F. Joseph, Oakland, Calif.
 

[William Byron Rumford speaking into a microphone.] POR: Rumford, William Byron:3

 

Ryan, Beatrice Judd, ca. 1889-1966.

Biography/Organization History

Artist who established the Galerie Beaux Arts in San Francisco with Maynard Dixon and associated with Diego Rivera, Beniamino Bufano, Robert Boardman Howard, Antonio Sotomayor, Jean Varda, Louis and Lundy Siegriest, and others. She also worked with the Federal Art Project and the Rotunda Gallery in Paris.
 

[Beatrice Judd Ryan in front of a framed art piece.] POR: Ryan, Beatrice Judd.:23

 

Salinger, Pierre, 1925-2004.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco-born journalist who was press secretary to President Kennedy. He was a U.S. Senator briefly upon appointment by Governor Pat Brown but was defeated by election four months later.
 

[Portrait of Pierre Salinger.] POR: Salinger, Pierre:1

 

Sargent, Aaron Augustus, 1827-1887.

Biography/Organization History

Massachusetts-born Republican party leader in California who was a lawyer, state Senator, U.S. Congressman (1861-1863, 1869-1873), U.S. Senator (1873-1879), and Minister to both Germany and Russia.
 

Hon. [Aaron Augustus] Sargent, U.S. Representative. POR: Sargent, Aaron Augustus:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

William Shew, photographer, San Francisco.
 

Saroyan, William, 1908-1981.

Biography/Organization History

Fresno-born Armenian writer who drew upon his personal and cultural background for his works. His early stories were marked by sentiment and diverse characters. His writings include (1950), (1952), (1943), (1963) and his Pulitzer-Prize winning play, (1939).
 

[William Saroyan with typewriter.] POR: Saroyan, William:4

 

[William Saroyan and another man.] POR: Saroyan, William:7

 

William Saroyan. 1970? POR: Saroyan, William:10

Additional Note

Photograph by Arthur Tcholakian.
 

Sawyer, Lorenzo, 1820-1891.

Biography/Organization History

Wisconsin lawyer who moved to California and became a state Supreme Court Justice (1863) and a U.S. Circuit Court Judge (1870-1891). He rendered a decision against a Malakoff Diggins mine which prohibited hydraulic mining, in order to prevent pollution of properties not owned by the mining company.
 

[Portrait of] Lorenzo Sawyer. August 2, 1890 POR: Sawyer, Lorenzo:2

Additional Note

Inscribed, "Jas. D. Redding, Esq., with respects of Lorenzo Sawyer." Ag. 70 [?] Photograph by Thors Instantaneous Photographs, San Francisco.
 

Scammon, Charles Melville, 1825-1911.

Scope and Content Note

Captain of whaling ships and naturalist.
 

[Portrait of Charles Melville Scammon in uniform.] 1872? POR: Scammon, Charles Melville:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (cabinet card format)

Additional Note

Photograph by Bradley and Rulofson.
 

Scheffauer, Herman George, 1878-1927.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco-born poet and journalist who associated with Ambrose Bierce and had a style somewhat like George Sterling. His collections of poems written in California include (1908), (1908) and (1903). He killed himself in 1927.
 

[Portrait of Herman George Scheffauer.] POR: Scheffauer, Herman George:1

 

[Herman George Scheffauer] at the Bohemian Grove - midsummer. 1908 POR: Scheffauer, Herman George:14

Additional Note

Inscribed, "For Ethel Talbot, from her friend, Herman Scheffauer." "The Sons of Baldur".
 

Scott, Irving Murray, 1837-1903.

Biography/Organization History

Maryland-born engineer who constructed battleships and designed mining machinery used on the Comstock Lode in Nevada. He was a president of the Mechanics' Institute, a Trustee of Stanford, and a Regent of the University of California.
 

[Portrait of Irving Murray Scott.] POR: Scott, Irving Murray:2

 

Scott, William Anderson, 1813-1885.

Biography/Organization History

Tennessee-born Presbyterian clergyman who went to San Francisco in 1854 where he became known as a cultural leader. He is remembered for having married Robert Louis Stevenson and Fanny Osbourne and for founding St. John's Church in San Francisco and the San Francisco Theological Seminary.
 

Rev. [William Anderson] Scott. 1878 POR: Scott, William Anderson:1

Additional Note

Bradley & Rulofson's Celebrity Catalogue, San Francisco.
 

Seaborg, Glenn Theodore, 1912-1999.

Biography/Organization History

Michigan-born chemist with the University of California, Berkeley's Department of Chemistry who became an associate director of the Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, chancellor (1958-1961), and the chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission (1961-1971). He co-discovered many transuranium elements and was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in 1951 with the physicist Edwin McMillan.
 

Wendell Latimer [left] and Glenn [Theodore] Seaborg [right] in 307 Gilman Hall. circa 1950 POR: Seaborg, Glenn Theodore:3

 

Seawell, Emmett, 1862-1939.

Biography/Organization History

Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court.
 

[Portrait of Emmett Seawell.] POR: Seawell, Emmett:1.

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Semple, Robert Baylor, 1806-1854.

Biography/Organization History

California pioneer.
 

[Portrait of Robert Baylor Semple.] POR: Semple, Robert Baylor:1

Additional Note

Copy photograph.
 

Serra, Junipero, 1713-1784.

Biography/Organization History

Spanish Franciscan priest who founded missions in California.
 

[Portrait of Junipero Serra.] POR: Serra, Junipero:1

 

Sharon, Sarah Althea, 1832-1937.

Biography/Organization History

(Sarah Althea Hill). Mistress of William Sharon who sued him in 1883 for support under the terms of what she claimed was a marriage contract. While the case was being fought in court, Sharon married her attorney, David S. Terry, who was shot and killed in a battle with the bodyguard of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Field. Sharon's lawsuit was unsuccessful and she spent 45 years in an insane asylum.
 

[Full length portrait of Sarah Althea Sharon.] POR: Sharon, Sarah Althea:1

Additional Note

"The Rose of Sharon," taken by Tabor [Taber?] between 1880-87, at the time her gold bracelet [was] made by Tiffany to celebrate victory of a race horse of Terry's. Platone print...Hirsch & Kaye.
 

Sharon, William, 1821-1885.

Biography/Organization History

Ohio-born agent of the Bank of California, appointed by William C. Ralston, who acquired many of Ralston's properties after his death, including the Palace Hotel. He was elected from Nevada to the U.S. Senate (1875-1881). His mistress was Sarah Althea Sharon, who attempted (unsuccessfully) to sue his estate under a questionable marriage contract.
 

[Portrait of William Sharon.] POR: Sharon, William:1

Additional Note

Photograph of a print.
 

[Portrait of William Sharon.] POR: Sharon, William:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 print

Additional Note

Britton and Rey & Co. Lith.
 

Senator [William] Sharon. 1879 POR: Sharon, William:3

Additional Note

Photograph by Taber.
 

Shattuck, Francis Kitteredge, 1824-1898.

Biography/Organization History

Civic leader in Berkeley, Mayor of Oakland and member of the California State Assembly.
 

[Portrait of Francis Kitteredge Shattuck.] 1892 POR: Shattuck, Francis Kitteredge:2

Additional Note

Digital capture taken from a negative. Original print in The Bay of San Francisco : The Metropolis of the Pacific Coast and Its Suburban Cities : A History, v. 2, p. 441.
 

Shaw, George H.

 

[George Shaw posing with dog.] 1913

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photograph on front of a postcard.
 

Shelley, John Francis, 1905-1974.

Biography/Organization History

President of the San Francisco Labor Council, California State Senator, and eight-time U.S. Congressman who was mayor of San Francisco from 1964-1968.
 

[John Francis Shelley with microphone.] POR: Shelley, John Francis:7

Additional Note

Photograph from Stewart & Skelton Studios, San Francisco, picture no. 179-9.
 

Sheppard, Eli Taylor, 1842-1927.

Biography/Organization History

Diplomat and lawyer.
 

Eli T. Sheppard at home on Chabot Road, Oakland. circa 1922

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Sherman, William Tecumseh, 1820-1891.

Biography/Organization History

Union Army officer during the U.S. Civil War.
 

[Portrait of William T. Sherman.] POR: Sherman, William Tecumseh:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (carte de visite format)
 

Shima, George, 1864-1926.

Biography/Organization History

Japanese-born farmer who, after coming to California and spending time as a poor laborer, leased land in a partnership with other Japanese farmers and by 1913 controlled 28,000 acres and 85% of California's potato crop. He was known as the "Potato King," and was worth about $15,000,000 at the time of his death.
 

Right to left:- Ex. Senater [sic] James D. Phelan, George Shima ("Japanese Potato King"), Admiral Robert E. Coontz, U.S.N., Congressman ... POR: Shima, George:1

 

Shinn, Charles Howard, 1852-1924.

Biography/Organization History

Texas-born business manager of the (1885-1890) who wrote (1896) and (1885). He was also a conservationist, a leader in the federal Forest Service (1901-1911), and a member of California's state university's Agricultural Experiment Stations (1890-1901). His sister was Milicent Washburn Shinn.
 

[Portrait of Charles Howard Shinn.] POR: Shinn, Charles Howard:2

Additional Note

Inscribed: "For Ina Coolbrith, with the love and greeting of her best friend - Charles H. Shinn, June 3d, 1913." Photograph by Webster, Oakland.
 

Shinn, Milicent Washburn, 1858-1940.

Biography/Organization History

Graduate of the University of California who studied child development and was the first woman ever to earn a Ph.D. from the University. She wrote (1900) and prose and poetry for the (1883-1894), which she edited. Her brother was Charles Howard Shinn.
 

Charlie Green, Milicent [Washburn] Shinn, "Overland Mon'ly [Monthly]." POR: Shinn, Milicent Washburn:3

Additional Note

Photograph by Taber.
 

Shirpser, Clara Garfinkle, 1901-.

Biography/Organization History

Democratic Party politician who associated with the Berkeley League of Women Voters and the Berkeley City Council and participated in Estes Kefauver's presidential primary campaigns in 1952 and 1956. She was appointed to the California Democratic State Central Committee and was elected national committeewoman (1952-1956).
 

Mrs. Clara [Garfinkle] Shirpser - Demo. Nat'l Committeewoman. POR: Shirpser, Clara Garfinkle:9

Additional Note

The Walter J. Mann Co., artists, photoengravers, photographers, San Francisco. Romaine Photography, San Francisco.
 

Dinner honoring President Harry Truman [left]. Henry Grady [middle] was chairman. October 4, 1952 POR: Shirpser, Clara Garfinkle:10

Additional Note

San Francisco Call Bulletin Photo.
 

Siegriest, Louis Bassi, 1899-1989.

Biography/Organization History

Oakland-born painter who associated with other artists such as Maurice Logan, Selden Gile, August Gay, Bernard von Eichman, and William Clapp to form the Society of Six, who exhibited at the Oakland Art Gallery (now the Oakland Museum). He worked as a commercial artist and a freelance artist until poor eyesight forced him to stop painting in the 1970s.
 

Louis Siegriest. July 10, 1946 POR: Siegriest, Louis Bassi:7

Additional Note

J.H. Johan Hagemeyer, camera portraits, Carmel, Calif.
 

Siegriest, Lundy, 1925-.

Biography/Organization History

Artist and son of the painter Louis Bassi Siegriest.
 

[Lundy Siegriest.] POR: Siegriest, Lundy:1

 

Sill, Edward Rowland, 1841-1887.

Biography/Organization History

English teacher at Oakland High School (1871-1874) and the University of California (1874-1882) who also wrote verse, often concerned with religious doubt. His works were collected in (1883), (1902), and (1900).
 

Edward Rowland Sill, Prof. Eng. Literature, U.C. Berkeley. circa 1882 POR: Sill, Edward Rowland:2

Additional Note

"Sincerely Yours, E.R. Sill." Photograph by Taber.
 

Simoneau, Jules, 1821-1908.

Biography/Organization History

Friend of Robert Louis Stevenson.
 

Jules Simoneau, age 90?, at home in Monterey. His wife, his daughter, & the grand children. 1907 POR: Simoneau, Jules:2

 

Sloat, John Drake, 1781-1867.

Biography/Organization History

1st American military governor of California (July 7-29, 1846) who served in the navy in the War of 1812 and was appointed to command the Pacific Squadron in the Mexican War.
 

John Drake Sloat of the United States Navy. POR: Sloat, John Drake:2

Additional Note

Photograph by Edwin A. Sherman.
 

Sloss, Hattie Hecht, 1874-1963.

Biography/Organization History

American civic leader in San Francisco and author. Mrs. M. C. Sloss.
 

[Hattie Hecht Sloss next to book case.] circa 1950 POR: Sloss, Hattie Hecht:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Sloss, Louis, 1823-1902.

Biography/Organization History

Jewish-American civic leader and businessman.
 

R.H. McDonald, Louis Sloss, and C.H. Swift. 1881 POR: Sloss, Louis:2

Additional Note

Digital capture taken from negative. Original print in Frank V. McDonald's, Notes preparatory to a biography of Richard Hayes McDonald, p.63.
 

Sloss, Marcus Cauffman, 1869-1958.

Biography/Organization History

Judge of the Superior Court of the City and County of San Francisco, and Justice of the California Supreme Court from 1906-1919.
 

[Portrait of Marcus Cauffman Sloss.] POR: Sloss, Marcus Cauffman:2

 

Smith, Clark Ashton, 1893-1961.

Biography/Organization History

Placer County-born poet who was influenced by George Sterling. He wrote (1919), and later became a science fiction writer.
 

[Portrait of] Clark Ashton Smith. 1912 POR: Smith, Clark Ashton:1 cop. 2

 

Smith, Francis Marion, 1846-1931.

Biography/Organization History

Discovered borax in Nevada in 1872, and with his discoveries and mines he bought from William T. Coleman, he made a fortune and became known as "Borax Smith." He overextended his finances and lost his fortune in 1913.
 

Francis Marion "Borax" Smith, second from left. circa 1917 POR: Smith, Francis Marion:2

Additional Note

House is "Arbor Villa," F.M. Smith Estate, Oakland.
 

Smith, Jedidiah, Family collection.

 

[Silhouette of Dr. Titus Gordon Vespasian Simons.] POR: Smith, Jedidiah, Family collection:3.29

 

Smyth, F.M.

 

[F.M. Smyth sitting under tree with dog.] POR: Smyth, F.M.:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Smythe, William Ellsworth, 1861-1922.

Biography/Organization History

Crusader for scientific irrigation on small farms whose ideas were practiced in southern California and Idaho. His theories were laid out in (1900) and (1905).
 

[Portrait of William Ellsworth] Smythe. POR: Smythe, William Ellsworth:1

 

Snyder, Gary, 1930-.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco-born poet who studied anthropology and Asian culture at the University of California, Berkeley. His writing, characterized by its contrasts between eastern and western values and between the urban and the rural, was influenced by his experiences as a logger and sailor and his years living in Japan. His collections of poems include (1959), (1958), (1960, 1965), (1967) and (1974), for which he won a Pulitzer Prize.
 

[Gary Snyder.] February 1965 POR: Snyder, Gary:3

Additional Note

C2776, Kem Lee Studio, San Francisco.
 

Solomons, Theodore Seixas, 1870-1947.

Biography/Organization History

Miner, court reporter, writer, and journalist who was also a mountaineer and explorer of the area between Yosemite and Kings Canyon. He mapped a large portion of the high mountain route that is now John Muir Trail in the Sierra Nevadas.
 

[Theodore Seixas Solomons.] POR: Solomons, Theodore Seixas:1

 

Sotomayor, Antonio, 1904?-.1985

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco artist, designer, and caricaturist.
 

Antonio Sotomayor. 1929 POR: Sotomayor, Antonio:6

 

Spence, David, 1798(?)-1875.

Biography/Organization History

California pioneer.
 

[Portrait of David Spence.] POR: Spence, David:1

 

Spreckels, Adolph Bernard, 1857-1924.

Biography/Organization History

Son of Claus Spreckels, he sided with his father and brother John against his younger brothers in a struggle over control of the family businesses (sugar-beet, railways, power companies). He was in the family sugar business and shot M. H. de Young over a claim by the that his business defrauded stockholders. He donated the California Palace of the Legion of Honor art museum to San Francisco in 1924.
 

Adolph [Bernard] Spreckels, S.F. [San Francisco]. POR: Spreckels, Adolph Bernard:1

 

Spreckels, John Diedrich, 1853-1926.

Biography/Organization History

Son of Claus Spreckels, he sided with his father and brother Adolph against his younger brothers in a struggle over control of the family businesses (sugar-beet, railways, power companies). He founded the Oceanic Steamship Co. in 1881 to take passengers and mail to Hawaii and New Zealand, and owned the and the (1897-1913).
 

[Man formerly identified as John Diedrich Spreckels, Sr. Possibly a Spreckels brother.] POR: Spreckels, John Diedrich:2 [Misidentified?]

Additional Note

Inscribed in pencil on back: "To Clark, 1901." Imprint on card mount: Schumacher Portraits, Los Angeles.

Additional Note

Identified on back of mount in unknown hand as John D. Spreckels.
 

Sproul, Robert Gordon, 1891-1975.

Biography/Organization History

11th president of the University of California system (1930-1958) who was educated at the institution and was comptroller and vice president before he was president. His almost completely successful term was noted for UCLA's rise from a branch to a distinguished university, improvements at Davis, the establishment of the Santa Barbara and Riverside campuses, increased enrollment, major library growth, and the second-in-the-nation rating of Berkeley's faculty.
 

[Portrait of Robert Gordon Sproul.] POR: Sproul, Robert Gordon:2

 

U.C. Calif. Hall. August Vollmer on right, on left President [Robert Gordon] Sproul. February 1936 POR: Sproul, Robert Gordon:17

 

[Herbert Hoover and Robert Gordon Sproul with an unidentified man.] POR: Sproul, Robert Gordon:18

 

St. Denis, Ruth, 1880-1968.

Biography/Organization History

American dancer.
 

[Ruth St. Denis dancing.] POR: Saint Denis, Ruth:8

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Ruth St. Denis in dance costume.] POR: Saint Denis, Ruth:12

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Stanford, Leland, 1824-1893.

Biography/Organization History

New York-born founder of the Republican Party in California who became governor (1862-1863), president of the Central Pacific Railroad, and a U.S. Senator in 1885. He founded Stanford University in Palo Alto, named for his son, Leland Stanford, Jr., who died at age 15. He trained horses as a hobby, and commissioned Eadweard Muybridge to take photographs of them as part of his animal locomotion studies.
 

Leland Stanford, ex-Gov. of California. 1864-1866? POR: Stanford, Leland:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (carte de visite format)

Additional Note

Two cent tax stamp on back.
 

[Oval portrait of Leland Stanford.] POR: Stanford, Leland:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Portrait of Leland Stanford.] POR: Stanford, Leland:6

Additional Note

Photograph of a print.
 

Stanton, Charles Tyler, 1811-1846.

Biography/Organization History

Member of the Donner party.
 

[Profile portrait of Charles Stanton.]

 

Stebbins, Horatio, 1821-1902.

Biography/Organization History

Clergyman of the Unitarian Church of San Francisco who held seats on the governing boards of the University of California and Stanford University. He wrote (1895). Lucy Stebbins, his daughter, was the Dean of Women at Berkeley (1913-1936).
 

Dr. Horatio Stebbins, "Unitarian Minister." circa 1900 POR: Stebbins, Horatio:7

Additional Note

Photograph by Wm. Keith Studio, 424 Pine St., San Fran.
 

Steffens, Josephine.

 

Josephine Steffens. 1894 POR: Steffens, Josephine:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (carte de visite format)

Additional Note

Photograph by Rockwood, New York, NY.
 

Steffens, Lincoln, 1866-1936.

Biography/Organization History

California social commentator and editor who exposed governmental corruption and his own skepticism about the conventions of American society in (1904) and (1931).
 

[Portrait of] Lincoln Steffens. May 1994 POR: Steffens, Lincoln:30

Additional Note

Photograph by Rockwood, New York, New York.
 

Lincoln Steffins [Steffens]. POR: Steffens, Lincoln:32

Additional Note

Photography by Peter Stackpole, Oakland, Calif.
 

Stein, Daniel.

Biography/Organization History

Father of Gertrude Stein.
 

Daniel and Amelia Keyser Stein. circa 1860s? POR: Stein, Daniel:1

 

Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946.

Biography/Organization History

Experimental writer from Pennsylvania who lived in California from 1880-1892 and whose companion, Alice B. Toklas, was from San Francisco. The two later resided in France where Stein had a famous salon.
 

Gertrude Stein and Alice Toklas in Venice. March 27, 1908 POR: Stein, Gertrude:1

Additional Note

From "What is Remembered by Alice B. Toklas". Holt, Rinehart, & Winston, Inc.
 

[Gertrude Stein with Alice B. Toklas and their pet dog in France.] 1944? POR: Stein, Gertrude:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Gertrude Stein visit to San Francisco. 1935? POR: Stein, Gertrude:4

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Gertrude Stein.] POR: Stein, Gertrude:10

 

[Gertrude Stein seated in an armchair underneath her portrait by Picasso.] POR: Stein, Gertrude:14

 

Gertrude Stein appears in GI Film. November 19, 1945 POR: Stein, Gertrude:15

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Gertrude Stein in a family portrait.] circa 1899? POR: Stein, Gertrude:21

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Stein, Leo, 1872-1947.

Biography/Organization History

American art collector and brother of Gertrude Stein.
 

[Portrait of Leo Stein a holding pipe.] POR: Stein, Leo:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Leo Stein standing outdoors.] POR: Stein, Leo:4

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Leo Stein leaning on a railing.] 1 photograph POR: Stein, Leo:10

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Steinbeck, John, 1902-1968.

Biography/Organization History

Writer from Salinas whose California heritage greatly influenced his writings. He attended Stanford University and began his literary career with (1929), following it up with many novels devoted to farming communities and migrant laborers of California, including (1935), (1937), (1952), and (1939), for which he received a Pulitzer Prize. Steinbeck was also the first California author to be awarded a Nobel Prize (1962).
 

John Steinbeck. circa 1936 POR: Steinbeck, John:6

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Written on back of photo: Photo taken approx. at the time of publishing, "In Dubious Battle."
 

Cuernavaca, Mexico. Mrs. Stanford Steinbeck, Gwyndolyn, Thom and John Steinbeck. 1945 POR: Steinbeck, John:25

 

Thom and John Steinbeck with their father, Paris. 1954 POR: Steinbeck, John:41

 

The Pearl. L-R: John Steinbeck, ?, Emilio Fernandez (Director), Marcia Elena Marquez, Oscar Danziger (Aguila Films), Peter Rathvon, (Paramount), Pedro Armandares. 1945 POR: Steinbeck, John:47

 

Russian Journal. Diplomatic and cultural reception for John S. Steinbeck, Helsinki, Finland. 1946 POR: Steinbeck, John:54

Additional Note

Photograph by Robert Capa.
 

Stephens, Henry Morse, 1857-1919.

Biography/Organization History

English-born history professor at the University of California, Berkeley (1902-1919) who was a faculty leader and a scholar of modern Europe.
 

[Portrait of Henry Morse Stephens.] POR: Stephens, Henry Morse:7

Additional Note

Copy photograph.
 

Henry Morse Stephens in steamer chair at left [with hat in lap], Bohemian Grove. POR: Stephens, Henry Morse:20

 

Stephens, William Dennison, 1859-1944.

Biography/Organization History

24th governor of California (1917-1923) who was a Republican-turned-Progressive congressman (1910-1916) who focused on war issues and the economy.
 

Governor William D. Stephens, Governor of California. POR: Stephens, William Dennison:1

 

Gov. [William Dennison] Stephens and C.A. Storke. May 1918 POR: Stephens, William Dennison:4

 

Sterling, George, 1869-1926.

Biography/Organization History

California poet who associated with Joaquin Miller, Jack London, and especially his mentor Ambrose Bierce. One of the first writers to move to the artists' colony in Carmel and a major contributor to the Bohemian Club, where he committed suicide. His works include (1903), "On a Western Beach," and "The Cool, Grey City of Love."
 

[George Sterling.] 1926 POR: Sterling, George:7 copy 2

Additional Note

Photograph by J. Hagemeyer.
 

[Portrait of George Sterling.] September 1887 POR: Sterling, George:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (carte de visite format)

Additional Note

Photograph by William Howard, Sag Harbor, N.Y.
 

[George Sterling wearing a cap.] circa 1908? POR: Sterling, George:17

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Portrait bust of George Sterling.] POR: Sterling, George:18

Additional Note

Photograph of sculpture by Ralph Stackpole.
 

George Sterling, Sire Jinks. 1907 POR: Sterling, George:31

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[George Sterling with Joaquin Miller and Charles Stoddard.] circa 1908? POR: Sterling, George:34

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[George Sterling] with J. Hopper, H. Scheffauer, Harry Lafler. Bohemian Grove. 1907 POR: Sterling, George:49

 

Stevenson, Robert Louis, 1850-1894.

Biography/Organization History

Scottish-born writer who first came to California to pursue his wife-to-be, Fanny Van De Grift Osbourne. After their marriage, the couple moved to Scotland, Switzerland, France, England, and then to Samoa in pursuit of a favorable climate for his tubercular ill health. Works of his that were inspired by various sites in California include (1892), (1894), (1892), (1883), and (1966).
 

[Robert Louis Stevenson.] POR: Stevenson, Robert Louis:8

 

[Robert Louis Stevenson in Samoa.] POR: Stevenson, Robert Louis:21

Additional Note

Photograph by J. Davis.
 

Stewart, George Rippey, 1895-1980.

Biography/Organization History

Pennsylvania-born author and professor of English at the University of California, Berkeley (1923-1962) whose writings often dealt with California and the West. His nonfiction works include (1931), (1962), (1964), and (1936), and his novels set in the West include (1941), (1938), and (1949).
 

George Stewart. circa 1955 1950 POR: Stewart, George Rippey:6

Additional Note

For [?] Millie R. Photographer Ken McLaughlin.
 

[George Rippey Stewart sitting by the] Boulder River. POR: Stewart, George Rippey:29

 

Stockton, Robert Field, 1795-1866.

Biography/Organization History

2nd American military governor of California (1846-1847) who fought with the navy in the War of 1812 and the Algerian War, and later attempted to declare California a U.S. territory.
 

Hon. Robert Stockton, Civil War period, formerly Commodore. 1860s POR: Stockton, Robert Field:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (carte de visite format)

Additional Note

Gift of Mrs. Schlichtmann, 1959.
 

[Painting of Robert Field Stockton.] 1840 POR: Stockton, Robert Field:4

Additional Note

Engraved by H.B. Hall, from a painting on ivory by Newton London. "Yours truly, R.F. Stockton."
 

Stoddard, Charles Warren, 1843-1909.

Biography/Organization History

Poet who wrote under the pseudonym Pip Pepperpod for the whose famous friends and acquaintances included Bret Harte, Mark Twain, Thomas Starr King, and Ina Coolbrith. He was a professor of English in the East but spent his last years in California. His works include (1867), (1873), (1902) and (1885).
 

[Charles Warren Stoddard.] POR: Stoddard, Charles Warren:6

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Charles Warren Stoddard standing by a tree.] POR: Stoddard, Charles Warren:7

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Portrait of Charles Warren Stoddard.] POR: Stoddard, Charles Warren:29

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photographer, C.E. Watkins, Yosemite Art Gallery, San Francisco, Cal.
 

Stoneman, George, 1822-1894.

Biography/Organization History

15th governor of California (1883-1887) who, as a Democrat, worked for irrigation projects and opposed the political power of the railroads.
 

Maj.-Gen. George Stoneman. POR: Stoneman, George:3

Additional Note

Published by J.C. Buttre.
 

Storke, Charles Albert, 1847-1936.

Biography/Organization History

New York-born founder of the Los Angeles Herald (1873) who was a California state assemblyman and the first mayor of Santa Barbara.
 

Charles Albert Storke and Mrs. Storke. POR: Storke, Charles Albert:3

 

Stowitts, Hubert, 1892-1953.

Biography/Organization History

American dancer and painter.
 

[Hubert Stowitts in a dance costume.] POR: Stowitts, Hubert:15

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Hubert Stowitts in a dance costume.] POR: Stowitts, Hubert:16

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Hubert Stowitts in a dance costume for "Fanny Elssler."] 1937? POR: Stowitts, Hubert:20

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Hubert Stowitts and Lilian Harvey in "Fanny Elssler."] 1937 POR: Stowitts, Hubert:31

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Hubert Stowitts as the Sun God, in "The Painted Veil."] POR: Stowitts, Hubert:37

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Hubert Stowitts As the Sun God, in his, "The Painted Veil." POR: Stowitts, Hubert:40

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Strauss, Joseph Baermann, 1870-1938.

Biography/Organization History

Ohio-born engineer who built over 400 bridges in his lifetime, including the Golden Gate Bridge.
 

Joseph Strauss. POR: Strauss, Joseph Baermann:3

Additional Note

Photograph by Peter Stackpole, Oakland, Calif.
 

Strunsky, Anna, 1879-1964.

Biography/Organization History

Jewish-American author.
 

[Portrait of Anna Strunsky.] 1960 POR: Strunsky, Anna:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Suggett, Allen Hofman.

 

Allen Hofman Suggett. POR: Suggett, Allen Hofman:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Sullivan, Noel, 1890-1956.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco-born patron of the arts, especially music, whose home (both in San Francisco and later at his "Hollow Hills Farm" in Carmel Valley) became a gathering place for musicians, artists, and writers. He devoted much money and effort to the arts, but also fought against capital punishment and racial discrimination. His uncle was James D. Phelan.
 

Family of Francis Sullivan. circa 1900 POR: Sullivan, Noel:29

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Scope and Content Note

Francis, Alice Phelan, Alyce, Ada, Gladys and Noel.
 

Charles Chaplin, Charles Erskine Scott Wood, Sara Bard Field, Noel Sullivan at Hollow Hills, N. Sullivan's estate in the Carmel Valley. POR: Sullivan, Noel:34

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Noel and Lotte Lehmann on front porch steps with dogs.] POR: Sullivan, Noel:39

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Noel Sullivan and Roland Hayes. POR: Sullivan, Noel:47

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Sutro, Adolph, 1830-1898.

Biography/Organization History

Prussian-born miner in Nevada who built a tunnel under the Comstock Lode to improve ventilation and drainage. The tunnel made a fortune for Sutro, enabling him to invest in real estate in San Francisco, eventually coming to own one-twelfth of the city's property. He acquired 1,000 acres of land, known as Sutro Heights, on a spot facing the ocean beyond the Golden Gate, which housed his mansion, the Cliff House restaurant, and the Sutro Baths (salt water swimming pools). Sutro was a Populist mayor of San Francisco from 1894-1896. Upon his death in 1898 Sutro Heights was willed to the city of San Francisco.
 

[Portrait of Adolph Sutro.] POR: Sutro, Adolph:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Profile portrait of Adolph Sutro.] POR: Sutro, Adolph:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Portrait of Adolph Sutro.] POR: Sutro, Adolph:3

Additional Note

16075. Photograph by Taber.
 

Sutter, John Augustus, 1803-1880.

Biography/Organization History

Owned a huge at the junction of the Sacramento and American rivers, which he named Nueva Helvetia and staffed with serfs who farmed. Together with his trading business it was practically a self-sufficient community. Sutter's Fort continued to grow until gold was discovered there at his sawmill, beginning the gold rush and causing his workers to desert and his to be taken over by squatters.
 

[Portrait of John Augustus Sutter.] POR: Sutter, John Augustus:1

 

[John Augustus Sutter seated on an armchair outside.] POR: Sutter, John Augustus:6

 

[Group portrait of John Augustus Sutter and four other men.] POR: Sutter, John Augustus:7

 

Copy of frontispiece, with portrait of Captain John A. Sutter, and title page of B. Schmolder's, "Neuer praktischer Wegweiser fur Auswanderer nach Nord-Amerika. POR: Sutter, John Augustus:11

Additional Note

Original published in 1848.
 

[Portrait of John Augustus Sutter.] 1877? POR: Sutter, John Augustus:16

Additional Note

Inscribed by Sutter to "Dr. Hitchcock", Lititz, PA, April 2, 1877.
 

Swett, John, 1830-1913.

Biography/Organization History

New Hampshire-born public school teacher in San Francisco who later served as city superintendent of schools, in which post he struggled to keep politics out of education.
 

Hon. John Swett, State Supt. Pub. Inst. [State Superintendent of Public Instruction]. POR: Swett, John:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

E. A. Kusel, Montgomery Street, Oroville.
 

Swig, Benjamin Harrison, 1893-1980.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco banker, real estate businessman, and philanthropist who rebuilt hotels and was involved with political and civic affairs.
 

[Benjamin Harrison Swig.] POR: Swig, Benjamin Harrison:3

 

Taber, Isaiah West, 1830-1912.

Biography/Organization History

Massachusetts-born miner, rancher, and dentist who began practicing photography in New York and then in San Francisco with Bradley and Rulofson (1864). He opened his own studio in 1871, and became a leading photographer of famous people and of the Pacific Coast scene.
 

I. W. Taber. POR: Taber, Isaiah West:2

 

Taylor, Bayard, 1825-1878.

Biography/Organization History

Writer of literary and travel articles for the who went to California to report on the gold rush. He frequently visited San Francisco, Monterey, and the mines, and wrote letters to the paper which formed the basis of his book, (1850).
 

[Portrait of Bayard Taylor.] POR: Taylor, Bayard:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (carte de visite format)

Additional Note

Sarony & Co., New York.
 

Taylor, Edward DeWitt.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco printer.
 

Mr. Edward Taylor, Stanley Taylor Co. (standing at rear of press at the right). circa 1900 POR: Taylor, Edward DeWitt:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Taylor, Edward Robeson, 1838-1923.

Biography/Organization History

Physician and lawyer who became active in Democratic party politics in San Francisco. He was mayor of San Francisco from 1907-1909, a cultural leader of the city, and a poet. His sons founded the printing firm of Taylor & Taylor.
 

[Portrait of Edward Robeson Taylor.] June 23, 1894 POR: Taylor, Edward Robeson:2

Additional Note

Inscribed: "To Wm. Keith, from Edward R. Taylor." Taber, Platinotype.
 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward Robeson Taylor. 1918 POR: Taylor, Edward R.:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Taylor, Paul Schuster, 1895-1985.

Biography/Organization History

Agricultural economist with the University of California, Berkeley who collaborated with his wife, photographer Dorothea Lange, on (1940). The book contained Lange's photographs of migrant laborers that she took for the Farm Security Administration.
 

[Paul Schuster Taylor.] POR: Taylor, Paul Schuster:7

Additional Note

Richard Steven Street. San Anselmo, Calif.
 

Teggart, Frederick, 1870-1946.

Biography/Organization History

American historian.
 

Portrait of Frederick Teggart. 1898 POR: Teggart, Frederick:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Terry, David Smith, 1823-1889.

Biography/Organization History

Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court who aligned himself politically with Senator William Gwin and other Democrats of the southern faction; this alignment caused his denouncement by Senator David Broderick, which led to a duel in which Terry mortally wounded Broderick. After fighting for the Confederacy in the U.S. Civil War, Terry returned to California and practiced law; he married one of his clients, Sarah Althea Hill (Sharon). After a judge (Stephen J. Field) found her marriage documentation fraudulent, Terry threatened Field, struck him, and was shot and killed by Field's bodyguard.
 

Judge D. S. [David Smith] Terry, Fresno City, Cal. POR: Terry, David Smith:1

 

Tevis, Hugh Sr., 1860-1901.

 

Portrait of HughTevis. POR: Tevis, Hugh Sr.:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Tevis, Lloyd, 1824-1899.

Biography/Organization History

Came to California in 1849 and established a law practice with his brother-in-law, James Ben Ali Haggin. He was also president of Wells Fargo and a major stockholder through his Pacific Express Co., Spring Valley Water, Sutro Tunnel, and Bank of California mining interests.
 

[Porfile portrait of Lloyd Tevis.] POR: Tevis, Lloyd:1

 

Tevis, Susan Sanders

 

Portrait of Susan Tevis. POR: Tevis, Susan Sanders:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (cabinet card format)

Additional Note

Photograph by Bradley and Rulofson.
 

Thomas, Norman Mattoon, 1884-1968.

Biography/Organization History

Author of numerous books on socialism who ran for President of the U.S. in 1932 with the Socialist Party.
 

[Norman Mattoon Thomas with microphone]. POR: Thomas, Norman Mattoon:2

Additional Note

Photograph by Peter Stackpole, Oakland, Calif.
 

Tilden, Charles Lee, 1857-1950.

Biography/Organization History

California-born lawyer and business entrepreneur who moved to Alameda and became the founder of the East Bay Regional Park system (1934). Tilden Regional Park in the East Bay is named for him.
 

[Charles Lee Tilden cutting his birthday cake]. 1948? POR: Tilden, Charles Lee:2

 

Tilden, Douglas, 1860-1935.

Biography/Organization History

First native Californian to become famous internationally as a sculptor; he was known for dramatically modeled male athletic figures such as the Mechanics Monuments on Market St. in San Francisco (1899) and a statue of rugby players on the campus of the University of California, Berkeley. He was mute, and taught at the California Institute for the Deaf.
 

Douglas Tilden at his desk. POR: Tilden, Douglas:2

 

Tintype portraits.

Scope and Content Note

Miscellaneous portraits in tintype format.
 

[Portrait of three people with a dog.] POR: Tintype:21

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photogarph
 

Tompkins, Edward, 1815-1872.

Biography/Organization History

Gave property in Oakland to the University of California to support a professorship in Asian language and literature.
 

[Portrait of] Edward Tompkins, Oakland, Cal. January 1871 POR: Tompkins, Edward:1

Additional Note

Photograph by Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco.
 

Totheroh, Dan, 1895-1976.

Biography/Organization History

San Francisco-born playwright who graduated from the University of California and directed its Greek Theatre; his plays include (1922), which became a successful Broadway production, (1932), and (1934).
 

Dan Totheroh. 1941 POR: Totheroh, Dan:5

Additional Note

Photograph by Johan Hagemeyer, Carmel, Calif.
 

[Dan Totheroh standing beside Sidney B. Cushing Memorial Theatre sign.] POR: Totheroh, Dan:9

 

Traynor, Roger J., 1900-1983.

Biography/Organization History

Utah-born professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley who was appointed to the state Supreme Court in 1940; he was Chief Justice from 1964-1970.
 

Chief Justice Roger J. Traynor. 1964 POR: Traynor, Roger J.:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photograph by Moulin Studios, San Francisco. Negative 153886E
 

Trubode, John Baptiste.

Biography/Organization History

Surviving member of the Donner party.
 

John Baptiste Trubode. POR: Trubode, John Baptiste:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (cabinet card format)

Additional Note

Photograph by Wright, San Jose.
 

Tucker, Joseph Clarence, 1828-1891.

 

Joseph Clarence Tucker. 1880s POR: Tucker, Joseph Clarence:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (carte de visite format)

Additional Note

Photograph by E. Graybiel, Haywards, Calif.
 

Joseph Clarence Tucker. POR: Tucker, Joseph Clarence:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 print
 

Turner, Ethel Duffy, 1885-1969.

Biography/Organization History

Writer, editor, and genealogist who collected photographs and made scrapbooks of artistic activity in and around Carmel and San Francisco. She also participated in the Mexican revolutionary movement from 1908-1911. Her husband was John Kenneth Turner.
 

Mr. and Mrs. John Kenneth Turner. [Former Ms. Ethel Duffy.] March 15, 1905 POR: Turner, Ethel Duffy:1

Additional Note

Photograph by Maxwell & Mudge, Fresno, Cal.
 

Turner, John Kenneth, 1879-1948.

Biography/Organization History

Journalist whose account of his travels through the Yucatan in Mexico brought to light the bad working conditions of the plantation workers there under the regime of Porfirio Díaz.
 

[John Kenneth Turner, Carmel, Calif.] POR: Turner, John Kenneth:1

 

Unruh, Jesse Marvin, 1922-1987.

Biography/Organization History

California Assemblyman and Speaker, and California State Treasurer from 1975-1987.
 

Jesse [Marvin] Unruh. March 1964 POR: Unruh, Jesse Marvin:3

Additional Note

Speaker of the Assembly, 65th Assembly District, Los Angeles County. Los Angeles 13, California.
 

Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe, 1808-1890.

Biography/Organization History

Military leader in California who sided with the United States in the matter of the annexation of California, thinking it better to be a part of the U.S. than to continue its tradition of disorganized and divided local governments. He was elected to the Constitutional Convention and to the new state's first Senate.
 

[Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo seated in chair.] POR: Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe:02

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Portrait of General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo.] POR: Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe:5

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photograph by Houseworth & Co.
 

[General Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo with daughters and granddaughters.] POR: Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe:13

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Biography/Organization History

Copy photograph of a cased photograph.
 

Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe, Mrs., 1815-1891.

 

[Portrait of Francisca Benicia Carrillo de Vallejo, wife of Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo.] 1856 POR: Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe, Mrs.:4

 

[Four generation portrait of Francisca Benicia Carrillo de Vallejo with daughter, Epifania Vallejo de Frisbie; grand-daughter Fannie Frisbie Sequeira, and great-granddaughter Juanita Sequeira.] POR: Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe, Mrs.:8

 

Vallejo, Platon Mariano Guadalupe, 1841-1925.

Biography/Organization History

Son of Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo, and the first native Californian to be a physician.
 

Platon [Mariano Guadalupe] Vallejo, M.D. May 1950 POR: Vallejo, Platon Mariano Guadalupe:3

 

Van Dyke, Rowena Cooper.

 

[Portrait of Rowena Cooper Van Dyke.] POR: Van Dyke, Rowena Cooper:1

 

Van Dyke, Walker.

 

[Portrait of Walter Van Dyke.] POR: Van Dyke, Walker:2

 

Van Nuys, Isaac Newton, 1835-1912.

Biography/Organization History

Rancher in San Diego County and the San Fernando Valley who was a leading grower of wheat. The city of Van Nuys in the San Fernando Valley was named for him.
 

Isaac Newton [Van Nuys], pioneer financier of southern Calif. POR: Van Nuys, Isaac Newton:1

 

Van Valkenburgh, Peter, 1870-1955.

Biography/Organization History

Wisconsin-born artist who painted portraits and made drawings for the Works Progress Administration.
 

Peter Van Valkenburgh. POR: Van Valkenburgh, Peter:4

 

Van Valkenburgh Collection

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by the name of the sitter.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of portraits by Peter Van Valkenburgh.
 

Arthur W. Sampson, Professor of Forestry, University of California. 1943 POR: Van Valkenburgh Collection: Sampson, Arthur W.

Additional Note

Photograph of a drawing. Digital capture taken from negative.
 

Vasquez, Tiburcio, 1835-1875.

Biography/Organization History

California bandito.
 

Tiburcio Vasquez. POR: Vasquez, Tiburcio:2

 

Vega, Plácido, 1830-1878.

Biography/Organization History

Mexican general who worked to acquire weapons and funds in San Francisco for the republican government of Mexico against the French invasion.
 

[Portrait of Placido Vega.] POR: Vega, Plácido:1

Additional Note

Inscribed by Placido Vega. Photograph by Bradley & Rulofson, San Francisco.
 

Vernon, Paul.

Biography/Organization History

Barbary Coast vaudeville performer in San Francisco.
 

[Portrait of Paul Vernon.] POR: Vernon, Paul:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photograph by Houseworth's Souvenir Photographs, Houseworth's Celebrities, San Francisco.
 

[Portrait of Paul Vernon dressed as a woman.] POR: Vernon, Paul:2

Additional Note

Houseworth's Celebrities. San Francisco. Houseworth's Souvenir Photographs.
 

Vollmer, August, 1876-1955.

Biography/Organization History

New Orleans native who became the first chief of police of Berkeley, California (1905). He had a long career in which he developed new methods of criminal detection and nationally recognized standards of departmental organization.
 

[Portrait of August Vollmer.] 1898-1899 POR: Vollmer, August:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (cabinet card format)
 

[Portrait of August Vollmer.] circa-1901s-1910s? POR: Vollmer, August:6

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Portrait of August Vollmer.] 1904 POR: Vollmer, August:7

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

August Vollmer shortly after retirement. 1932 POR: Vollmer, August:17

Scope and Content Note

Vollmer wearing uniform, seated at desk.
 

Chief August Vollmer. McCullagh, Berkeley. circa 1920s? POR: Vollmer, August:24

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photograph by McCullagh, Berkeley.
 

[August Vollmer in a bathing suit.] 1920s-1930s POR: Vollmer, August:25

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer at typewriter.] 1946 POR: Vollmer, August:34

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer gardening.] 1946 POR: Vollmer, August:36

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer reading, "The Police and Modern Society."] 1946 POR: Vollmer, August:37

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer standing in front of book shelf.] 1946 POR: Vollmer, August:38

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer standing on bridge.] 1951 POR: Vollmer, August:52

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer shaking hands with chief of junior traffic police.] circa 1950? POR: Vollmer, August:53

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer seated at desk with man.] POR: Vollmer, August:55

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer with woman in front of drug store.] 1931 POR: Vollmer, August:59

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer with a group in the ocean.] circa 1900? POR: Vollmer, August:64

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Group portrait of August Vollmer with Los Angeles Police Department headquarters staff.] 1924 POR: Vollmer, August:70

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer being presented a certificate commemorating his retirement.] 1932 POR: Vollmer, August:79

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[August Vollmer seated in his study.] circa 1950 POR: Vollmer, August:95

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Von Schmidt, Alexis Waldemar, 1821-1906.

Biography/Organization History

Prussian born civil engineer, surveyor and businessman, who came to California in 1849.
 

[Portrait of Alexis Von Schmidt.] POR: Von Schmidt, Alexis Waldemar:1

 

Wagner, Henry Raup, 1862-1957.

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Biography/Organization History

Philadelphia-born lawyer and manager of mines who retired in California and became an authority on western bibliography, cartography, and history. His books include (1937), (1920), and (1926).
 

Henry [Raup] Wagner, taken on his 89th birthday, San Marino, Calif. September 27, 1951 POR: Wagner, Henry Raup:1

Additional Note

Don Hill [Photography?].
 

Waldie, Jerome R., 1925-.

Biography/Organization History

California state assemblyman (1958-1966) who served on the committees for Education, Ways and Means, Judiciary, Rules, and Criminal Reform. He served in the U.S. Congress (1966-1974), where he served on the Post Office, Public Works, and Judiciary Committees. He was later appointed to the California Fair Political Practices Commission and the California Agricultural Labor Relations Board.
 

[Jerome R Waldie, left with Lyndon Baines Johnson] September 1966 POR: Waldie, Jerome R.:39

 

[Jerome R Waldie, right] with Jon Voight. Summer 1972 POR: Waldie, Jerome R.:169

 

Walling, Anna Strunsky, 1879-1964.

Biography/Organization History

Writer who co-wrote (1903) with Jack London and was a lecturer on social and literary topics.
 

[Anna Strunsky Walling.] November 15, 1960 November 15, 1960 POR: Walling, Anna Strunsky:2

Additional Note

Photograph by G.P.H.
 

Warren, Earl, 1891-1974.

Biography/Organization History

District attorney of Alameda County and attorney general of California before becoming the governor in 1943 for three terms. Worked for lower taxes, better medical care, better highways, and a water use and conservation program. He was practically nonpartisan although he ran for vice president under Dewey as a Republican, and he was named Chief Justice of the Supreme Court from 1953 to 1969, where he helped move the Court more left of center.
 

Govenor [Earl] Warren. POR: Warren, Earl:2

Additional Note

Billboards in Alameda County were plastered with this photograph of Govenor Warren during one of his campaigns for re-election.
 

[Earl Warren.] Probably laying cornerstone for Courthouse in Oakland. POR: Warren, Earl:3

 

[Earl Warren wearing hat.] POR: Warren, Earl:5

 

[Earl Warren at] Athens Club, Oakland. 1930's POR: Warren, Earl:6

 

[Earl Warren wearing a Shriners potentate fez.] POR: Warren, Earl:7

 

[Earl Warren writing.] POR: Warren, Earl:8

 

[Earl Warren.] POR: Warren, Earl:12

 

[Earl Warren surrounded by hands.] POR: Warren, Earl:16

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Earl Warrren at] opening of Pacific Coast Baseball League, Sacramento. 1940 or 1941 POR: Warren, Earl:17

 

[Earl Warren standing beside Skip-A-Long sign.] Sacramento. June 15, 1949 POR: Warren, Earl:18

Additional Note

Robert O. Broxson, Allied Photographers, San Francisco.
 

[Portrait of Earl Warren in a military uniform.] Spring 1918. POR: Warren, Earl:20

Additional Note

McCurry Foto Co., Sacramento.
 

[Earl Warren as a boy with his dog.] POR: Warren, Earl:21

Additional Note

International News Photos. A Boy and His Dog. Los Angeles, California... when this picture was made, the boy, a Huck Finnish type of lad, had just one ambition - to keep on having fun with his dog. Boys are like that at 11, but the boy grew up to be Earl Warren, Governor of California and aspirant to the second highest office in the United States.
 

[Earl Warren as a baby.] POR: Warren, Earl:22

Additional Note

International News Photos, Los Angeles, California.
 

[Earl Warren.] Becoming potentate. POR: Warren, Earl:35

 

[Earl Warren with his children] reporting for Fourth Selective Service Registration. 1942 POR: Warren, Earl:39

 

[Earl Warren at] Rowell's Ranch Rodeo, Livermore, California (?) POR: Warren, Earl:40

 

[Earl Warren] taking oath of registration for Selective Service. 1942 POR: Warren, Earl:42

 

[Earl Warren and another man.] POR: Warren, Earl:45

 

[Earl Warren] with Fred Smith, principal witness in graft trial. 1930 POR: Warren, Earl:48

 

[Earl Warren] with Mrs. Warren, George Helmas, leaving for Bakersfield after murder of his father. 1938 POR: Warren, Earl:58

 

[Earl Warren at table with children in] breakfast room, 88 Vernon Street, Oakland. circa 1937 POR: Warren, Earl:63

 

[Earl Warren family picture.] June 17, 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:66

Additional Note

Commercial Studios Photographers, Oakland, California.
 

[Earl Warren] going to polls. James Warren, his wife, Margaret Jessee Warren, and their son, Jimmie Lee. 1946 POR: Warren, Earl:70

 

[Portrait of Earl Warren.] July 4, 1947 POR: Warren, Earl:78

Additional Note

Inscribed to Thomas More Storke.
 

[Earl Warren] at University of California, Santa Barbara. April 5, 1960 POR: Warren, Earl:79

 

[Earl Warren] Fiesta Days. Santa Barbara? POR: Warren, Earl:81

 

[Earl Warren with wife and two other couples at Fiesta Days?] POR: Warren, Earl:82

 

[Earl Warren standing outside.] POR: Warren, Earl:89

Additional Note

Inscribed: To Tom Storke, from his friend, Earl Warren.
 

[Earl Warren with men wearing hats labeled "erin gobragh."] POR: Warren, Earl:90

 

[Portrait of Earl Warren.] August 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:91

 

[Earl Warren on ladder of a swimming pool.] Summer 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:96

Additional Note

In recent years Governor Warren's preoccupation with affairs of state has made it necessary for him to forego most of the recreational activities which he enjoyed in earlier years. The Governor does, however, still indulge in a refreshing swim whenever the opportunity presents itself.
 

[Earl Warren in swimming pool.] Summer 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:97

Additional Note

Governor Warren gave up golf and similar recreational activities long ago because he found that his duties in State office did not allow the time to indulge in such sports. Whenever he can, however, the Governor takes time out for a swim. He also goes on periodic hunting and fishing trips to keep himself in trim.
 

[Earl Warren as a baby.] POR: Warren, Earl:98

Additional Note

Same image as Warren, Earl--POR 199.
 

[Earl Warren] less than one year old, with sister Ethel. POR: Warren, Earl:99

 

[Earl Warren] age three, with his family. POR: Warren, Earl:100

 

[Earl Warren, third from left] in graduating class Bakersfield High School. 1908 POR: Warren, Earl:101

 

[Earl Warren] with Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. POR: Warren, Earl:102

 

[Earl Warren, left] at Camp Lewis, Washington. November 1917 POR: Warren, Earl:105

 

[Earl Warren, fourth from left, first row] at Officers Training Camp, Del Monte, California. July 1927 POR: Warren, Earl:107

 

[Earl Warren and his wife.] POR: Warren, Earl:108

 

Earl Warren and family. November 1944 POR: Warren, Earl:109

 

Earl Warren and family. POR: Warren, Earl:111

 

[Earl Warren surrounded by four children.] POR: Warren, Earl:114

 

[Earl Warren with his wife and six children.] Oakland, California. 1942 POR: Warren, Earl:117

Additional Note

Photo by the Gatchells.
 

[Earl Warren and children with shovels digging in ground.] POR: Warren, Earl:119

 

At California State Bar Convention, San Francisco. [Earl] Warren, E. G. Brown, Gibson. 1963 POR: Warren, Earl:132

 

U. C. reunion. [Earl Warren] with Charles S. Wheeler, Jr. June 1962 POR: Warren, Earl:134

 

[Earl Warren] at wedding of Virginia Warren and John Daly. December 1960 POR: Warren, Earl:135

 

[Portrait of Earl Warren.] POR: Warren, Earl:137

Additional Note

Inscribed to Cecil Mosbacher.
 

Charter Day, University of California, Berkeley. Gen. George Marshall, Robert G. Sproul, [Earl] Warren. March 19, 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:140

 

[Earl] Warren, Thomas E. Dewey, Robert A. Taft, San Francisco. June 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:141

 

[Earl Warren with family on campaign train, Portland, Oregon.] October 15, 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:143

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Earl Warren with dog on hunting trip.] December 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:144

 

[Earl Warren with wife.] POR: Warren, Earl:149

Additional Note

Western Pipe and Steel Company. Photograph by Stroupe.
 

First row: Ted Meyer, John Piggott, Don McLaughlin, Allan Sproul, Lyman Hewey, Alvin Rockwell, Ken Pitzer. Second row: John Simpson, Admiral Van Hook, Chaffie (?) Hall, Earl Warren, Carl Ganter (?) POR: Warren, Earl:150

 

Earl Warren with] members of the class of 1912, University of California, Berkeley, California, at Bohemian Grove. August 2, 1941 POR: Warren, Earl:151

 

Governor Warren Arrival: L - R: Governor Earl Warren of California, General Matthew B. Ridgway, Major General C. O'Sullivan. POR: Warren, Earl:156

 

Governor Earl Warren (right) of California eating lunch with CPL Marian Sheppard (San Marino, Calif.) POR: Warren, Earl:157

Additional Note

223rd Rct, 40th U. S. Inf. Div., during the Governor's inspection tour of the 40th INF DIV HQ at Camp Schimmelpfennig, Sendai, Hokkaido, Japan. U.S. Army photograph by Sgt. Gerry Donlon (GHE) 40th Sig. Co.
 

Mrs. Carter W. Clarke, wife of the Commanding General S.W.C. and Governor Earl Warren of California, standing by a cake which carried the seal and flag of the State of California. POR: Warren, Earl:169

Additional Note

Army photo by Cpl. V.L. Morris.
 

Governor Warren in Japan. Governor Earl Warren visits with Sfc Herbert Owens of Richmond, California. POR: Warren, Earl:173

Additional Note

U.S. Army photograph by CPL Clifford Brown.
 

Governor [Earl] Warren [holding a baby] in Japan. POR: Warren, Earl:179

 

Governor Warren in Japan. Governor Earl Warren of California purchases Japanese silk at Kyoto Japan, while Major Tom Lawson, (extreme right) looks on. POR: Warren, Earl:181

Additional Note

Major Lawson acted as aide to Governor Warren during the Governor's stay in Japan. U. S. Army photo.
 

Field headquarters, 45th division welcomes Governor [Earl Warren] while on field tests. POR: Warren, Earl:192

 

Governor Earl Warren planting a Dawn Redwood tree on Capitol grounds. circa 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:193

 

[Earl Warren in passenger seat of car.] POR: Warren, Earl:194

 

[Earl Warren during gubernatorial campaign.] 1942 POR: Warren, Earl:197

 

[Earl Warren as a baby.] POR: Warren, Earl:199

Additional Note

Same image as Warren, Earl--POR 98.
 

Earl and Nina Warren. circa 1952 POR: Warren, Earl:200

 

Earl Warren, three months. POR: Warren, Earl:201

 

Governor Earl Warren signing bill restoring Japanese American citizens rights. POR: Warren, Earl:205

 

As Governor Earl Warren returns for a visit to his birthplace in Los Angeles, [he] is greeted by the wife of family currently occupying house. POR: Warren, Earl:206

 

Earl Warren during 1946 campaign - outside his old home in Los Angeles, where he was born. POR: Warren, Earl:207

 

[Earl Warren at horse race.] Mexico City. November 1, 1946 POR: Warren, Earl:208

 

Circulation Managers Banquet. Peacock Court, Mark Hopkins Hotel. [Earl] Warren to right of candle seated at table. June 16, 1942 POR: Warren, Earl:209

 

Govenor Earl Warren signing the State Forest Practice Act. 1945 POR: Warren, Earl:210

 

Miami Florida. Left: John Pennekamp, center: Earl Warren, right: August Banghast (?) October, 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:211

 

[Earl Warren and group photograph at an office event.] POR: Warren, Earl:213

 

[Earl Warren speaking at a microphone.] POR: Warren, Earl:217

 

[Earl Warren speaking in front of a crowd in Burlingame.] POR: Warren, Earl:218

 

[Earl Warren shaking hands at an event in Burlingame.] POR: Warren, Earl:220

 

[Earl Warren.] The Big Three. Mackinac Island. POR: Warren, Earl:222

 

Warren with geese on Wally Lynn's ranch near Colusa. [Left to right]: Edmund G. Brown, Wallace Lynn, Earl Warren. circa 1942-1947 POR: Warren, Earl:225

 

[Earl Warren shaking hands with a constituent during gubernatorial campaign.] 1942 POR: Warren, Earl:227

 

[Earl Warren in a class picture at Baker Street School in East Bakersfield .] POR: Warren, Earl:228

 

[Earl Warren with others on the Bay cruise.] POR: Warren, Earl:229

 

[Earl Warren.] Campaign (Vice President) Chicago. 1948 POR: Warren, Earl:230

 

Warren, James Lloyd Lafayette, 1805-1896.

Biography/Organization History

Massachusetts merchant who moved to California and established a general provisioning business in San Francisco. He sold fruit trees and vegetable seeds, and created a Great Agricultural Fair in Sacramento, later the annual State Fair.
 

[Portrait of James Lloyd Lafayette Warren seated at desk.] April 30, 1892 POR: Warren, James Lloyd Lafayette:5

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (cabinet card format)

Additional Note

Photograph by William Shew, San Francisco.
 

Waste, William H., 1868-1940.

Biography/Organization History

Graduate of the University of California in 1891 who went on to become a Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court (1926-1940).
 

[Portrait of William H. Waste.] POR: Waste, William H.:1

 

Waterman, Robert Whitney, 1826-1891.

Biography/Organization History

17th governor of California (1887-1891) who was lieutenant governor until Washington Bartlett, the governor, died soon after his term began.
 

[Portrait of Robert Whitney Waterman.] POR: Waterman, Robert Whitney:2

Additional Note

Taber's State Collection of portraits of representative Californians, in memoriam, to be presented to the State Library, by I.W. Taber, "That the state may preserve the names and faces, and keep alive the memory of those who made it what it is."
 

Robert Whitney Waterman & daughters Anna & Abby Lou. POR: Waterman, Robert Whitney:6

Additional Note

Waterman Hot Springs, San Bernardino, Calif.
 

Watkins, Carleton E., 1829-1916.

Biography/Organization History

Leading photographer of California, whose photographs made from glass plates included subjects such as Yosemite, the decaying missions, the Comstock Lode, and western landscapes as they appeared between the 1850s and 1906. His life's work was destroyed in the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906. He died in an insane asylum.
 

Carleton E. Watkins [with cane, during aftermath of earthquake.] April 18, 1906 POR: Watkins, Carleton:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

[Portrait of Carleton E. Watkins.] POR: Watkins, Carleton E.:2

Additional Note

Copy photograph.
 

Webb, Charles Henry, 1834-1905.

Biography/Organization History

New York journalist who worked for the in San Francisco before becoming literary editor of the , columnist of , founder and editor of , and correspondent for the . He was known for his humorous social criticism. His publications include (1866), (1874), and (1876).
 

[Portrait of Charles Henry Webb.] March 21, 1877 POR: Webb, Charles Henry:1

Additional Note

Finley & Sons, Canandaigua, N.Y. Inscribed "Charlie, Charlie. 'Only a trivial acquaintance? [?]' How could you, how could you? Did I not publish your poems? And did ever [?] pay you for them? Furthermore, am [?] not your friend. C.H. Webb? Mentine [?], March 21st, 1877"
 

Weber, Charles David Maria, 1814-1881.

Biography/Organization History

German-born businessman in San Jose who obtained a 50,000-acre land grant on which he raised cattle, mined gold, and founded the city of Stockton as a business center for the southern mines. He led the defense of San Jose during the uprising against Micheltorena in 1845 and led a cavalry company in the same region during the Mexican War to aid the United States.
 

Charles [David] M. Weber, Stockton. July 4, 1880 POR: Weber, Charles David Maria:3

Additional Note

Photograph by J. Pitcher Spooner.
 

Weller, John B., 1812-1875.

Biography/Organization History

Pro-slavery Democrat who was a U.S. Senator from 1851 to 1857 and was later the 5th governor of California (1858-1860).
 

John B. Weller. POR: Weller, John B.:2

 

Wendte, Charles William, 1844-1931.

Biography/Organization History

Moved to California at the age of 17 with his family, and after considering a career in business, instead opted for a life as a Liberal Christian minister. He graduated from Harvard Divinity School in 1869 and later returned to California for a life of ministerial and public service. His writings include (1892), (1892), , and (1896).
 

[Charles William] Wendte, 1st Sergeant, State Guard, Co. A. First Regiment, Calif. State Militia, 1864-6-San Francisco. December 20, 1934 POR: Wendte, Charles William:1

Additional Note

Gift from Wendte estate. Bradley & Rulofson, successors to R.H. Vance. San Francisco.
 

West, Jessamyn, 1902-1984.

Biography/Organization History

Indiana-born author and longtime resident of California whose writings include (1945), (1953) and (1960).
 

[Portrait of Jessamyn West.] POR: West, Jessamyn:15

Additional Note

Photograph by Johan Hagemeyer.
 

Weston, Edward, 1886-1958.

Biography/Organization History

Illinois-born surveyor who moved to California (he lived in Glendale and Carmel) and became a photographer. He was known for his pictures of natural forms and the western landscape. Some of his prints appeared in (1940) and (1961, 1966).
 

[Portrait of Edward Weston.] POR: Weston, Edward:11

Additional Note

[Original print mounted and stored as 1964.63--B]
 

Wheeler, Benjamin Ide, 1854-1927.

Biography/Organization History

Teacher of classics, German, and comparative philology at Brown, Harvard, and Cornell, who became president of the University of California (1899-1919). He was known for raising the level of the institution, but worked so independently that faculty dissent led to his ceding many of his powers to the Academic Senate.
 

[Portrait Benjamin Ide Wheeler.] POR: Wheeler, Benjamin Ide:2

 

Benjamin Ide Wheeler, President of the University of California. POR: Wheeler, Benjamin Ide:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Wheeler, Amey Webb (Mrs. Benjamin Ide)

 

Mrs. Benjamin Ide [Amey] Wheeler and child. circa 1900 POR: Wheeler, Mrs. Benjamin Ide:1

 

Wheeler, Charles Stetson, 1863-1923.

Biography/Organization History

Lawyer in San Francisco who was a delegate at Republican and Progressive National Conventions. He was also a regent of the University of California.
 

[Portrait of Charles Stetson Wheeler.] POR: Wheeler, Charles Stetson:1

Additional Note

Inscribed "Sincerely your friend, Chas. S. Wheeler, '84." Imperial, San Francisco.
 

Whitaker, Herman, 1867-1919.

Biography/Organization History

English-born novelist, journalist, and Socialist leader who lived in California and was a friend of Jack London and Joaquin Miller. His daughter married Xavier Martinez.
 

Herman Whittaker? [Whitaker]. POR: Whitaker, Herman:2

 

White, Hope

Biography/Organization History

Married Willard H. Merrall.
 

[Portrait of Hope White.] March 16, 1905 POR: White, Hope:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Whitney, Anita (Charlotte Anita), 1867-1955.

Biography/Organization History

Native Californian who was a supporter of the Industrial Workers of the World and a member of the Socialist Party and the American Communist Party. She was convicted under California's Criminal Syndicalism Act in 1920 of belonging to a party advocating unlawful violence to accomplish political change, but was pardoned by Governor Clement Calhoun Young.
 

Prominent clubwoman and welfare worker [Charlotte Whitney] in prison cell. 1920? POR: Whitney, Charlotte Anita :6

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

John F. Neylan, Charlotte Anita Whitney. POR: Whitney, Anita (Charlotte Anita):9

 

Whitney, Josiah Dwight, 1819-1896.

Biography/Organization History

Massachusetts-born scientist who became the state geologist of California in 1860 and made an extensive survey of the land with William H. Brewer, Clarence King, Lorenzo Yates and others. His published studies included (1880). Mt. Whitney was named in his honor.
 

Prof. J.D. [Josiah Dwight] Whitney, State Geologist of California. 1863 POR: Whitney, Josiah Dwight:5

Additional Note

Photo by Silas Selleck, photographic artist. San Francisco.
 

Widney, Robert Maclay, 1838-1929.

Biography/Organization History

Ohio-born lawyer and judge who founded the University of Southern California.
 

[Portrait of Robert Maclay] Widney.] 1855 POR: Widney, Robert Maclay:3

 

Wilbur, Curtis Dwight, 1867-1954.

Biography/Organization History

Lawyer and judge at the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
 

U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, San Francisco. Left to right: Clifton A. Mathews, Francis A. Jarrecht, Curtis D. Wilbur and William Denman. April 23, 1935 POR: Wilbur, Curtis Dwight:4

 

Willey, Samuel Hopkins, 1821-1914.

Biography/Organization History

Army chaplain at Monterey who founded a public library, was a Presbyterian pastor in San Francisco (1850-1862), and had Congregational churches in Santa Cruz and Benicia. He was the acting president of the College of California before it became the University of California.
 

Rev. Samuel H. Willey, Vice Pres. College of Cal. [College of California] 1860s POR: Willey, Samuel Hopkins:2

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (carte de visite format)

Additional Note

Two cent tax stamp on back.
 

[Bust-length portrait of Samuel Willey]. POR: Willey, Samuel H.:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Williams, Virgil, 1830-1886.

Biography/Organization History

Maine-born artist who came to San Francisco to provide copies of Italian old masters for the gallery of Woodward's Gardens. He became known for his original landscapes and genre scenes. He was the director of the San Francisco Art Institute.
 

Virgil Williams (on his 57 birthday). December 1962 POR: Williams, Virgil:2

Additional Note

Director of School of Design on Pine Street, between Kearney [Kearny] and Montgomery Streets.
 

Williamson, Robert Stockton, 1825-1882.

Biography/Organization History

American engineer.
 

[Portrait of Robert Stockton Williamson.] POR: Williamson, Robert Stockton:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Willow Springs Schools.

 

Willow Springs School in John White's pasture. circa 1893 POR: Willow Springs Schools:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Wills, Helen, 1905-1998.

Biography/Organization History

Berkeley-born tennis player, considered the best woman tennis player of her time, whose record of victories in the U.S., England, and France stood unparalleled 40 years later.
 

[Seated portrait of Helen Wills.] December 23, 1929 POR: Wills, Helen:4

Additional Note

Photograph by Gabriel Moulin, San Francisco, Calif.
 

Wilson, Adrian, 1923-1988.

Biography/Organization History

Michigan-born book designer and printer who began his career by printing programs for a theater. He designed books for large publishers and printed fine limited editions. His writings include (1957), (1967), and (1976).
 

Adrian Wilson. circa 1949 POR: Wilson, Adrian:4

Additional Note

Photograph by Bob Lopez.
 

[Adrian Giles working.] POR: Wilson, Adrian:16

Additional Note

Photograph by Paul Glines.
 

Wilson, Harry Leon, 1867-1939.

Biography/Organization History

Illinois-born author of humorous fiction who lived in Carmel. His most successful novels were written in California; they include (1915) and (1922).
 

[Profile portrait of Harry Leon Wilson.] POR: Wilson, Harry Leon:8

Additional Note

[Inscribed] "To Leon, from his battered [?] namesake, Harry Leon Wilson." Carmel, July 27-'25. Photograph by Edward Weston.
 

[Portrait of Harry Leon Wilson.] circa 1894 POR: Wilson, Harry Leon:11

Additional Note

4686-w. Pach Bros. ,New York.
 

Wilson, Jackson Stitt, 1868-1942.

Biography/Organization History

Christian socialist Mayor of Berkeley from 1911-1913.
 

Flier for "Big Mass Meeting in Scottish Rite Auditorium" featuring speaker Jackson Stitt Wilson. October 24, 1918? POR: Wilson, Jackson Stitt:1

 

Wilson, John, 1790-1877.

Biography/Organization History

U.S. Indian Agent, Naval Agent, and lawyer, whose work mainly concerned land claims and Whig politics.
 

Genl. [General] John Wilson. POR: Wilson, John:2

Additional Note

Wm. Shew, Photographer. San Francisco.
 

Winchell, Elisha C., 1826-1913

Biography/Organization History

Massachusetts born lawyer who came to California in 1850. His journal describing the journey is held by The Bancroft Library (BANC MSS 74/175c). Eventually settled in Fresno, California where he became a judge and well-respected entrepreneur.
(For additional information, see ).
 

[Elisha Crosby Winchell standing on a mountain top, draped in the American flag, and aiming a pistol.] POR: Winchell, Elisha C.:1

 

Wixom, Emma (Nevada), 1859-1940.

Biography/Organization History

Graduate of Mills College who became famous as an opera singer. She was praised by Verdi and Gounod, and associated with Sarah Bernhardt and Christina, the Queen Regent of Spain.
 

[Emma Nevada Wixom.] POR: Wixom, Emma (Nevada):1

Additional Note

From the Holmes Book Co. No. 1. Photo courtesy Elvin Wixom. To be returned by H. Hamlin. Inscribed: "To my darling 'little brother' from his barefooted loving 'little sister,' Emma Nevada Mignon. - Kueblen -[?]"
 

Wood, Charles Erskine Scott, 1852-1944.

Biography/Organization History

Left a military career to study law, and practiced for both corporations and civil liberties causes. He then moved to Saratoga (1929) with his wife, Sara Bard Field, and devoted himself to literature and liberal social causes. He wrote (1915), (1929), (1927), and (1937).
 

[Charles Erskine Scott Wood seated with tabby cat in his lap.] 1938 POR: Wood, Charles Erskine Scott:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph
 

Charles Erskine Scott Wood and grandchild. POR: Wood, Charles Erskine Scott:7

 

Wright, Fannie.

Biography/Organization History

Actress.
 

Fanny Wright, Colville Opera Co. POR: Wright, Fannie:1

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (cabinet card format)
 

Wright, William, 1829-1898.

Biography/Organization History

American author and humorist know as Dan DeQuille.
 

[Portrait of William Wright.] POR: Wright, William:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph (carte de visite format)
 

Young, Clement Calhoun, 1869-1947.

Biography/Organization History

26th governor of California (1927-1931) who was lieutenant governor for eight years before he was elected governor; he was known for his efficient organization and planning.
 

[Bust-length portrait of Clement Calhoun Young.] June 7, 1930 POR: Young, Clement Calhoun:3

Physical Description:
Extent: 1 photograph

Additional Note

Photograph by Just A. Johansen Studio.
 

[Portrait of Clement Calhoun Young as a young boy.] POR: Young, Clement Calhoun:17

 

Hon. A.E. Goddard, Hon. C.C. [Clement Calhoun] Young, Col. C.A. Lindbergh, John E. Lonergan. POR: Young, Clement Calhoun:29

 

[Clement Calhoun Young.] POR: Young, Clement Calhoun:48

Additional Note

Photograph by H.C. Rathburn.
 

[Clement Calhoun Young with a cow at the] Eighth Annual Pacific Slope Dairy Show, Oakland, California. November 19-24, 1928 POR: Young, Clement Calhoun:53

 

[Clement Calhoun Young.] Governor presenting flag to Commander James L. Evans. POR: Young, Clement Calhoun:63

Additional Note

Leonidas Pass #285, Am. Leg.
 

[Clement Calhoun Young holding a shovel at a tree planting.] POR: Young, Clement Calhoun:69

 

Yount, George C., 1794-1865.

Biography/Organization History

California pioneer who settled in the Napa Valley.
 

[Portrait of George Yount.] POR: Yount, George C.:2

Additional Note

Copy photograph.
 

POR: Zapata, Emiliano, 1879-1919.

 

Emiliano Zapata. POR: Zapata, Emiliano:1

Additional Note

Copy of photograph courtesy of International News Photo.
 

Zeitlin, Jake, 1902-1987.

Biography/Organization History

Bookseller in Los Angeles.
 

Will Cheney (L), Jake Zeitlin, in C's shop. POR: Zeitlin, Jake:2

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