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M. D. S. Hyde letters to his brothers, 1852, July - November.

Description of San Francisco and comments on his saloon and hotel business, new buildings going up, growth of the city, business prospects, prices of goods, etc.

M. Greenberg's Sons anniversary program and photographs, circa 1890-1954.

Contains three photographs (circa 1890-1910) of or relating to M. Greenberg's Sons, Brass Foundry and Machine Works, including a line of workers and three cars in front of a building that was owned by the firm and which had the...

M. Hall McAllister Sierra Club papers, 1920-1922.

Papers relating to M. Hall McAllister's involvement in the Sierra Club.

[Mabel Dodge Luhan portrait and snapshots].

Formal portrait of Luhan by Carl Van Vechten. Snapshots depict Luhan with Van Vechten, Witter Bynner and her then-husband Tony Luhan; taken in Taos, New Mexico, some on Kiowa Ranch (former home of D.H. Lawrence).

Mabel Fuller scrapbook of Berkeley and Oakland, Calif. views [graphic]

Primarily Berkeley and Oakland vicinity residences, parks, the University of California campus, etc. Numerous snapshots of friends and people on outings. Some views show Mabel Fuller with her camera and tripod. Newsclippings relate primarily to San Francisco Bay Area events...

Macaulay Foundry, Inc. Photographs from the Macaulay Foundry records [graphic].

Photographs pertaining to Macaulay Foundry, including interior and exterior views, operations, employees, products, etc. Especially well-documented is the founding process and the variety of castings produced. Includes portraits of H.C. Macaulay and Harry Bossi.

Macdonald family papers, [ca. 1848-1917]

Mainly letters from Alexander Davidson Macdonald re his experiences as a banker in Victoria, B.C. in the 1860's, with mention of mining, and later as storekeeper for George Hearst in Lead, S.D., 1882-1883; letters to him, including one from William...

Macdonough, Thomas Letter to Joseph Hull : Middletown, 1810 Mar. 6.

Relating to his duties as a lieutenant in the Navy.

[Mack family photograph album of Colorado ranching and New Mexico views].

Photographs pertaining to ranching family of John and Sophia Mack, of Stonewall, Las Animas County, Colorado, taken in the early 20th century. Images document everyday ranching activities, local outings, various regional landmarks, and excursions to other locations. A few images...

MacLean, John K. Photographs of William Everson [graphic]

Photographs show William Everson at a reception at the Book Club of California. Other (unidentified) people also present in the photos.

Macmillan & Co. letters, 1846-1880.

Mainly regarding orders or receipts of books. Some addressed to Alexander Macmillan. Include letters from Charles Cardale Babington, Charles Astor Bristed, Arthur Cayley, Spencer Compton Cavendish, 8th Duke of Devonshire, Frederick Greenwood, John Stevens Henslow, William Gifford Palgrave, Arthur Penrhyn...

Macondray and Company (San Francisco, Calif.) Records of Macondray and Company, San Francisco, Calif., 1849-1852.

Notebook with copies of letters, 25 Aug.-1 Sept. 1849, commenting on prices of goods, land speculation, and business in San Francisco; form letter, 12 June l852, with facsimiles of authorized signatures of members of the firm; circular, July 30, l852...

Macondria theater ephemera : and related materials, approximately 1900-2002 (bulk 1928-1938).

Scrapbook, compiled by Kathryn Dodge Burkhardt, of playbills, photographs, and other ephemera of the Macondray Lane Players' performances at Macondria. Miscellaneous materials include additional copies of playbills and other printed ephemera (flyers, tickets), the woodblock used to print tickets, newsclippings,...

Madera Sugar Pine Lumber Company photographs [graphic].

Close-up views of lumber, logs, forests, mills, loggers, industrial machinery, and other lumber milling related subjects are included. Includes a photograph album and a panoramic view of the Madera Sugar Pine Lumber Co. dated 6/1931.

[Madi Bacon photograph collection].

Title devised by cataloger.

Madie D. Brown papers.

Papers as member, California State Park Commission.

Madrid, Manuel J. de la. Letters to Manuel J. de la Madrid : ALS, 1847-1860.

Ten letters addressed to Manuel J. de la Madrid from various correspondents. Two letters from J. Mendoza Cortina and Antonio Algara, 1847, describe the siege of Mexico City, the approach of American troops to Chapultepec Castle, and the tension existing...

Mae Burdge Miller eulogy : and related papers, 1974.

Letter to Edna M. Parratt (Sept. 14, 1974), photograph of Mae Burdge Miller, eulogy, and memorial card. The eulogy contains biographical information on Miller's early life with the Francis Marion Smith family, and on her marriage to Bernard Pacheco Miller.

Mae Miller's photo albums.

Nursing (training?), leisure, outdoor recreation in Monterey Co. and elsewhere in California.

Magda Ruser : liebesgedichte an eine göttliche frau, [ca. 1905-1967].

Holograph and typescript, illustrated by the author. Poems in memory of Magda Ruser, with his comments on the work and autobiographical and bibliographical notes. With this: letter of presentation from the author, Nov. 26, 1967.

Magic Theatre collection, 1979-2000.

The collection includes lighting diagrams, stage drawings, and posters for plays performed by the Magic Theatre. Also includes reel-to-reel and cassette tapes of some productions and a few administrative files.

Magic Theatre photograph collection [graphic].

Chiefly publicity photographs depicting scenes from various productions of the Magic Theatre, as well as portraits of actors, actresses and playwrights associated with those productions. 1998-2002 seasons are especially well-represented. Includes portraits of such notable figures as John Lion, Sam...

Magic Theatre production photographs [graphic] /

Production photographs of early performances of the Magic Theatre in San Francisco and Berkeley, some of which were written by Michael McClure. Some of these performances took place at Mandrake's Bar in Berkeley, and some at the Steppenwolf Bar in...

Magnes collection of Arizona Invoices and Checks, 1868-1900.

Collection consists of invoices and checks (and one letter) from Jewish-owned Arizona businesses dating from 1868 to 1900. Businesses represented are from Tuscon, Tombstone, and Yuma, Arizona.

Magnes collection of Northern California Invoices and Checks, 1854-1906.

Collection consists of invoices and checks from Jewish-owned businesses in nineteenth-century San Francisco, Sacramento, and Grass Valley, California.

Magnes collection of Western Jewish obituaries and biographies, circa 1970-2008.

Consists of photocopies of obituaries and biographies for that appeared mainly in Western US Jewish newspapers and newsletters between the early 1970s and the late 2000s. The collection was compiled by long-time Magnes volunteer Mary Hoexter.

Magnes collection on Adolph Sutro, 1858-1993.

The collection contains biographical material on Adolph Sutro; personal documents such as Sutro's citizenship certificate; correspondence, including seven letters to Sutro from James Phelan, who succeeded Sutro as the mayor of San Francisco; ephemera from Sutro's 1894 campaign for mayor...

Magnes collection on Congregation Emanu-El, 1850-2002.

Collection consists of materials from and about Congregation Emanu-El collected by the Judah L. Magnes Museum's staff, including a small number of administrative and cemetery records (some of these are photocopies of early materials); materials from the Congregation's religious school...

Magnes collection on Congregation Ohabai Shalome, 1871-1975.

The collection contains materials from and about Congregation Ohabai Shalome collected over the years by the Magnes staff. Included are a congregational minute book (November 6, 1864 to October 3, 1870); a copy of the Constitution and By Laws of...

Magnes collection on David Lubin, 1875-1982.

This collection consists of items created by and relating to David Lubin collected by the Judah L. Magnes Museum staff between 1969 and the early 2000s. It includes original documents and photographs created by David Lubin and his family as...

Magnes collection on Ernest Bloch, 1925-1972.

The collection consists of materials collected by the Magnes staff, including biographical information and obituaries for Bloch; a letter that Bloch sent to Rabbi Solomon Goldman, of Cleveland, Ohio, on 15 Dec. 1925, stating his preference to be "creating a...

Magnes collection on Judah L. Magnes, 1870-2004.

The collection consists of materials collected by the Magnes staff between the early 1960s and the early 2000s that document the life and influence of Judah L. Magnes. Some of these materials are original documents and photographs acquired from Magnes...

Magnes collection on Levi Strauss and Company, 1950-1974.

Collection consists of some biographical material on Levi Strauss and his descendants and relations, company ephemera and other business materials mainly from the 1960s and 1970s.

Magnes collection on the Brandeis-Bardin Institute, 1954-1988.

Collection includes Brandeis-Bardin Institute materials collected over the years by the Magnes staff. These materials include scattered newsletters (1960-1978), clippings, pamphlets and publicity materials, printed addresses delivered over the years by various dignitaries, and dedication booklets.

Magnes collection on the San Francisco Chapter of the American Council for Judaism, 1943-1970.

The collection consists of a small number of original documents, including correspondence, booklets and brochures, and clippings. Much of the collection consists of photocopies of the original Bay Area materials in the American Council for Judaism collection at the Wisconsin...

Magoun & Son records, 1835-1874.

Contains approximately 260 letters and financial documents pertaining to shipping, ship repair, freight rates, insurance claims, and labor difficulties of numerous captains and their ships, including the Greenwich, Pharsalia, Thatcher Magoun, Swallow, and Electric Spark. Ports frequented include San Francisco...

Magrath, Edward. Letters received from James W.E. Doyle and William Walker, 1848-1852.

Relate to Magrath's publication of an engraving "Caxton submitting his proof sheet", from a painting by Doyle.

Mahdesian, Samuel G. Papers relating to the Pilgrim Armenian Congregational Church in Los Angeles, 1969-1970.

Also included: letter to Mahdesian from M.G. Papazian, pastor of the Armenian Presbyterian Church in West New York, New Jersey, Mar. 17, 1936.

Mahesh and Ishwar Chandra family collection, approximately 1905-1935

Consists mostly of printed materials focusing on the Indian inpedepence movement in the United States, Canada, and Japan in the early twentieth century. Also included is some literature published in Britain and India on topices such as immigration, religion, culture...

Mailliard Grove of Redwoods, Avenue of the Giants [graphic]

Photos show a redwood grove, probably taken in Mailliard Redwoods State Park in Mendocino County, Calif.

The Mailliards of California : a family chronicle, 1868-1990 : oral history transcript / 1993.

Four generations of the Mailliard family in northern California: Page, Peterson, Somers, Ward, other relations, later descendants; horse, sheep, and timber ranching in Mendocino and Marin counties; Mailliard & Republican politics 1940s-1970s: San Francisco election campaigns, Earl Warren as governor,...

Mainstream magazine, chronicling national disability politics : oral history transcript /

Cynthia Jones (b. 1951), Mainstream Magazine editor and publisher: Contracting and living with effects of polio; UC San Diego in the sixties, accessibility issues; Episcopal Women's Caucus and other church work; practice of real estate specializing in accessible housing; myths...

Majorie Brush papers, approximately 1886-2019 (bulk 1935-1993).

The Majorie Brush papers document her life as a bohemian socialite and her professional career. Personalia and biographical material include scrapbooks and photo albums; financial, household, and legal records; family documents; newspaper clippings about Brush; datebooks and a travel journal....

[Makato Nakano photograph albums of Japanese American Fresno Athletic Club baseball team goodwill tour].

Two snapshot photograph albums, both likely compiled by Makato "Mike" Nakano of the Fresno Athletic Club, a team of standout Japanese American baseball players from California (the "Nisei All-Stars") during their 1927 goodwill tour of Hawaii, Japan, Korea, and Manchuria....

The making of a congresswoman : the biography of Florence Prag Kahn : and related material, 1931-1984, bulk 1983-1984.

Correspondence, clipping, and program concerning the life and activity of Kahn, a congressperson from California and supporter of J. Edgar Hoover and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

The making of a documentary photographer : oral history transcript / and related material, 1960-1968.

Early interest in photography; study with Clarence White; work with Arnold Genthe; her photography studio in San Francisco; marriage to Maynard Dixon; Bohemian group in San Francisco; beginnings of documentary photography and photo-journalism; photography work for the U.S. government -...

Malarín family papers, 1784-1883.

Includes reports by Felipe de Goycoechea and José Darío Argüello on the Santa Barbara Presidio, 1784; letter from J.D. Argüello announcing arrival of new governor, Diego Borica, 1794; transcript of Father Ramón Abella's record of the marriage of Juan Malarín...

Malcolm Colby Henderson papers, approximately 1935-1970.

Includes reprints of articles, bibliography, and materials relating to work at the Radiation Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley.

Malcolm Margolin papers, 1960-2000.

Collection comprises correspondence, manuscripts, and personal papers of Malcolm Margolin created between the early 1960s and early 2000. The bulk of the collection consists of notebooks containing personal writings; research notes on native peoples of California and the natural history...

Malkiel, Yakov Photographs from the Yakov Malkiel papers.

Includes formal portraits and snapshots of Yakov Malkiel, his wife María Rosa Lida de Malkiel, his mother Claire Saitzew Malkiel, his father Leon Malkiel, his uncles Leo Saitzew and Manuel Saitzew, his great-grandfather Moise Saitzew, and numerous other family members,...

Malloch, Walter Scott Photographs of parks and forests of Idaho and Colorado.

Box 1: Idaho materials mainly prints, many bearing stamp of U.S. Forest Service on verso. Photographs show lakes, rivers, natural landscapes, and other views related to water resources and geology. Box 2: Colorado materials primarily 4x5 color transparencies, with some...

Mallorca portfolio I.

Mallorca locations depicted include the Església i convent de Sant Bernadí, the Església de Sant Pere and Santuari i ermita de la Mare de Déu de Bonany, all in Petra.

Mallorca portfolio II.

Mallorca locations depicted include the Catedral de Mallorca and Església i convent de Sant Francesc, both in Palma; and the Eglésia de Sant Pere and Santuari i ermita de la Mare de Déu de Bonany, both in Petra.

Mallorca portfolio III.

Mallorca locations depicted include the Catedral de Mallorca and Església i convent de Sant Francesc, both in Palma.

Maloney family clippings, 1891-1914.

Mainly relate to career of Patrick H. Maloney as deputy U.S. marshal, detective for the Southern Pacific, and under-sheriff of Napa County. Some pertain to his brother, James J. Maloney.

Malvina Virginia Manning diary : ms., 1860-1862.

Pocket diary in pencil. Includes record of overland journey to California (1861) via Salt Lake, after start of journey to Texas and change of destination in the Indian Nation. With typed transcript and genealogical notes (2 folders).

A man most himself : typescript, 1922-1997 (bulk 1970s).

Consists of typescript drafts of Ethel Ray Nance's autobiographical writings about her work with W.E.B. DuBois. Nance's original draft includes letters and telegrams from DuBois mounted on paper and annotated with Nance's comments. These inserts also include mounted photographs and...

The man with the hoe : Brooklyn, New York: Holograph signed, 1900, February 27.

Enclosures: the man with the hoe, printed copy; signed photograph of Edwin Markham.

Management and marketing at Beringer Vineyards and Wine World, Inc. : oral history transcript / 1990.

Topics covered: Moone's career as salesman with Procter Beringer Vineyards and its umbrella company, Wine World, Inc., 1973-1989; marketing in the 1970s; Beringer President Richard Maher, sales and pricing, Los Hermanos label; revitalization of Beringer under Nestlé; acquisitions of Souverain...

Management technology in the U.S. Forest Service: experimentation and innovation in the field, 1948-1979 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1980.

As former regional forester in Region 6 office in Portland, discusses changes in organization of the Service and development of land management policy; experimentation in the field and adoption of new methods by Washington office.

Management Technology of the U.S. Forest Service : oral history transcripts / 1978-1980.

Interviews with Gordon D. Fox, Walter L. Graves, and Chester A. Shields, Service officials. Included also interview with Robert H. Torheim.

Managing Democratic campaigns, 1943-1966 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1982.

Discusses involvement in politics, including 1956 and 1960 presidential campaigns, and management of several campaigns, including Pat Brown's gubernatorial campaigns and Clair Engle's 1958 U.S. Senate race. Copies of photographs inserted.

Manfred Rudeke(?) autograph book, 1926-1928, Germany.

Contains signatures primarily of musicians and actors: Claudio Arrau, George Baklanov, Bertold Brecht, Ernst Deutsch, Carl Ettlinger, Herbert Eulenberg, Paul Hindemith, Vladimir Horowitz, Emil Jannings, Erika Mann, Alma Moodie, Moriz Rosenthal, Hedwig Kauner-Rosenthal, Rudolf Serkin, Egisto Tango, Hermann H. Wetzler,...

Manhattan Silver Mining Company of Nevada records, 1863-1887.

Unbound papers consist of business letters received, variously addressed to the Company, Allen and Melville Curtis, John Huber, William H. and John M. Duncan, John E. Boyd, and others, located at Austin and Mineral Hill, Nevada. A few personal letters...

Maniobras del 22 de Diciembre de 1901 [graphic] /

Captioned: Artillería montada en línea desplegada -- Formación en columna por regimentos, con el frente á retaguardia -- Regimento en marcha al paso, en línea desplegada -- El Cuerpo de Ejército marchando en columna, con frente de regimentos-- Líneas de...

Mann and Barr family papers, 1848-1937, 1952.

Contents: Correspondence (originals and transcripts) of Stephen Hodge Mann, Stockton pioneer, including some letters relating to his mining and farming experiences in California; clippings; and genealogical material.

[Manning Bros. Co. aviation exhibition photograph album].

Photograph album documenting aviation exhibition meets and daredevil barnstorming events, likely organized by airplane builders Manning Bros. Co., in various Western U.S. locations, including Wenatchee, Washington; Ontario and Portland, Oregon; Moscow, Idaho; and Kearney, Nebraska. Images chiefly depict pusher biplanes...

Manning W. Cox collection of mining reports, circa 1911-1984.

Includes nearly 75 years of reports from mines in California, Colorado, Idaho, Mexico and Nevada, as well as bibliographies, notes on trips to mines and materials from mining conferences. Many of the reports are mine or mining property evaluation reports,...

Manuel Aguirre Berlanga correspondence : additions, 1916-1920.

Secretario de Governación under Mexican President Venustiano Carranza.

Manuel Aguirre Berlanga correspondence, 1919.

Correspondence with Andrés Ortiz, governor of Chihuahua, concerning the politics, activities of Francisco Villa and the establishment of a Mexican newspaper in El Paso, Texas; and with F. E. Vázquez and G. J. Jiménez re finances and the government of...

Manuel Aguirre Berlanga papers, 1919.

Principally correspondence of the Mexican Secretaria de Gobernación under President Carranza. Some relates to incidents with the U.S. Includes letters from Luis Cabrera, José Diego Fernández and others.

Manuel Aguirre Berlanga papers, 1920.

Correspondence with Alfredo Rodríguez, governor of Oaxaca, concerning funds, elections, and the politically controversial movie El automóvil gris; and a report on the two major political candidates in the upcoming election in Oaxaca, with related information on conditions there, prepared...

Manuel Alvariño Rodríquez papers, 1892-1898.

Mainly letters from his wife, in Spain, written to him while he was at sea on the Cristobal Colón.

Manuel Castañares correspondence : ALS, 1842-1844.

Include letters from Pablo de la Guerra, José Rafael González and Francisco Rico.

Manuel González correspondence, 1882-1884.

Relates to military action against rebels and revolutionaries, local elections, politics, roads and railroads, and Yaqui Indians. Includes letters and/or telegrams from Luis E. Torres, Miguel de la Peña, Apolinar Castillo, Telésforo García, Diego Alvarez, Rafael Cravioto, Pudenciano Dorantes, Bernardo...

Manuel J. Madrid letters : ALS, 1849-1884.

Letters to Madrid from Jean Baptiste Jecker and others, concerning business transactions in Mexico.

Manuel Lisa papers, 1812-1815.

Letter "A los Españoles del Nuevo Mexico," Fort Manuel, September 8, 1812 (2 p. A.L.S. 26 cm.), proposing to open a trade from his post on the Missouri. With this are two accounts with the U.S. government-a receipt signed by...

Manuel Micheltorena papers, 1842-1845.

Proclamations as governor of Alta California, some pertaining to land grants. Terms of treaty of San Fernando, 1845, between Micheltorena and José Castro included. Also letters from Jacinto Rodriguez.

Manuel Núñez de Arenas papers, approximately 1800-1934.

Includes correspondence of Manuel Núñez de Arenas; legal and business papers of Antonio Maria de Mena; correspondence and accounts for the firm of Juan Angel Ortiz; and legal papers of the Castro family in Spain.

Manuel Victoria : letters : mss., 1829-1846.

Drafts of letters, some written while governor of Alta California, relating to the secularization of missions and to the battle of Los Angeles just prior to his departure for Mexico. Later letters concern his military career in Mexico and various...

Manuel Victoria documents, 1815-1833.

Documents relating to his military career before and after the governorship of California in 1831.

Manuel Victoria papers, 1831.

Documents as Governor of California. Includes report on census for 1830 and document regarding a dispute, with marginal note by Victoria and letter of Leandro Flores on verso, concerning the dispute.

Manuscripts relating to linguistic studies, chiefly in Náhuatl : Mexico, 1793-1844.

1. Letters in Spanish, apparently models for social and business usage, possibly compiled for Indian students of Spanish. Written in Coyotepec (Cuautitlán) and Mexico City, from 1793-1814 (14 p.) -- 2. A Spanish-Náhuatl vocabulary with a concluding note signed by...

Manzanar Assembly Center letter and telegrams, 1942-1943.

Concerns life at Manzanar, construction, army crack down at the Santa Anita Assembly Center and advice on going to the next camp. Also includes two telegrams expressing sympathy on death of daughter.

Marc Olivier Bertrand notes : ms. S, 1734-1736.

Lecture notes on courses given by a Mr. Mounier on the Odes and Ars Poetica of Horace and on rhetoric.

Marcel E. Cerf papers, 1860-1916.

Business records. (1863-1893) of A. Blochman & Co., San Luis Obispo, in which his family were associated, are included. There are also records of various companies with which Cerf was associated, records of his legal practice and judgeship, personal and...

Marcellus Jackson letters : and other material : to N. Henry Crocker, Boston, Mass., 1855-1930 (bulk 1855-1857).

San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 1, 1855. Handwritten letter (4 p.) to friend with details of his voyage aboard the clipper ship, The Challenger, to San Francisco by way of Cape Horn. Having arrived safely he writes that he has not...

Marcus and Narcissa Whitman papers, 1825-1847.

Papers of the New York physician Marcus Whitman and his wife Narcissa (Prentiss) Whitman. Includes: card of admission for medical lectures, 1825; Marcus Whitman's fragmentary diary notes, May-July, 1835, on journey to Rocky Mountains with Samuel Parker; letters to his...

Marcus Fidel memoirs : ms., 1929 July 5.

Typescript. Mainly recollections of his parents and his life in Germany, his emigration to America in 1882 and to California in 1883, and an account of the hardships in his new life.

Mare Island and other California views.

Mare Island, Calif. views show aerial views of the Navy yard during World War I and later. Also includes close up views of ships, buildings, docks, and other WWI era views at Mare Island. Other photos show Robert Morrow's house...

Mare Island Navy Yard documents, 1854-1856.

Negative photostatic copy of letter, June 17, 1854, from Secretary of the Navy J.C. Dobbin to Governor John Bigler (with copies of correspondence, 1941, concerning it); positive photostats of 4 letters, 1854-1856, from David G. Farragut, Commandant.

Mare Island photographs [graphic].

Unmounted cartes de visite prints.

Mare Island photos from the Sidney Morgan Henry papers [graphic]

Photographs show detailed views of interior operations at Mare Island Naval shipyard in Vallejo, Calif. Included are: machinery, workshops, the route board, flag room, flag sewing areas and equipment, sewing machines, boiler shop, ship cabinet making division, upholstery department, tool...

Margaret A. Kelley papers, 1921-1939.

Partial contents: Part I (portfolio) - statement (1939) concerning James W. Marshall signed by Miss Kelley, George Johnson and other residents of Kelsey, Calif.; signed poem by Edwin Markham; notes on "Pegleg" Smith; pictures and miscellaneous papers

Margaret and Emil Schlichtmann personal photographs.

Sixteen family photos from album of Margaret Schlichtman, showing the Estudillo home in San Leandro, Margaret Schlichtmann with Harold & Mabel Holmes (of Holmes Bookstore, San Francisco), "Hull's Meadow Cabin 1941" and scenes on family vacation about this same time,...

Margaret and Hank Jensen collection on Hans Hofmann, 1930-1980.

Contains correspondence from Hans Hofmann's wife Maria (Miz) Hofmann to Margaret Jensen and other related items concerning Hans Hofmann's career. Correspondence topics include news about exhibitions and personal concerns. Other items include photocopies of Hofmann's lectures at Berkeley in 1931,...

Margaret Aseman Cooper Zonligt papers, 1949-1977.

The collection includes letters sent to Margaret Cooper while she was living and studying at U.C. Berkeley in the 1950s. The primary correspondents are her mother, Helen Cooper; her father, Lyle Cooper, a labor organizer for the United Packinghouse Workers...

Margaret J. Beggs estate papers, 1873-1924.

Among the documents are deeds to land in Sonoma County and an Abstract of Title and List of Incumbrances ... affecting Lots 2 and 3 ... in Rancho Laguna de San Antonio, Sonoma County, Calif. ... Dec. 14, 1899.

Margaret Langdon photograph collection [graphic].

Snapshots and portraits of Native Americans associated with Margaret Langdon's efforts to study and preserve various indigenous languages of San Diego County (Calif.) and northern Baja California (Mexico). Includes photographs taken in Mesa Grande, Jamul, Barona, the Capitan Grande Indian...

Margaret Mason Whitney papers, [ca. 1923-1930]

Materials relating to the Berkeley Council of the Camp Fire Girls; East Bay Girls Service Association; and other community activities. Includes correspondence, biographical materials, financial records, notebooks, minutes of meetings, theater programs, and photographs.

Margaret More Oliver scrapbook, 1913-1965.

Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings of articles written by and about Oliver for various California newspapers as well as Socialist Party publications, including a column she wrote for the California Social-Democrat. Several clippings feature Oliver's Socialist and community activities and her...

Margaret ("Peggy") Webster letters : Martha's Vineyard, Mass., to Travis Bogard, Berkeley, Calif., 1971.

One letter (TLS) describing her health problems, and about her new book, Don't put your daughter on the stage; and one postcard (ALS).

Margaret Peterson Christmas cards, circa 1951.

Two Christmas cards with designs by Peterson.

Margaret Schlichtmann material collected in writing The Big Oak Flat Road, 1898-1966, bulk 1940-1955.

Correspondence with Mrs. Paden and with various persons in the area; questionnaires; notes; rough drafts of portions of the manuscript; sketch maps; etc.

Margaret Schlichtmann papers relating to California history, 1972-1975.

Include correspondence, clippings and ephermeral material relating to various localities in California - Fort Ross, San Leandro, Groveland and the Big Gap flume in Tuolumne County.

Margaret Schlichtmann papers relating to the Estudillo family, [ca.1850-1988].

The collection relates to to the editing and publication of the journals of Jesús María Estudillo. It contains correspondence; manuscript drafts; research notes; document transcriptions; clippings; and photographs.

Margaret Schlichtmann photograph collection [graphic].

Photographs relating to the history of the San Francisco Bay Area and, particularly, to the Estudillo family and the journals of Jesús María Estudillo, edited initially by Margaret Schlichtmann, and completed for publication by Marie Wilson at the request of...

Margaret T. Hodgen's California views.

Photographs show San Francisco views: the Ferry Building, Golden Gate Park, Cliff House, Fort Point, Land's End (with bathers), ships on the bay, etc. Other photos show Yosemite scenery, Devil's Post Pile, a photographer in the Sierra Nevadas, Mammoth Valley...

Margaret Victoria Samuels diary, 1932.

Diary describing the social life of a wealthy San Francisco Bay Area family, it also contains Margaret's thoughts about school, war, and entertainment during the Great Depression.

Margaret Wentworth Owings photograph collection, 1963-1985.

Mainly pictures of Owings and the following friends: Ansel Adams, Evelyn and Amyas Ames, Albert Bender, David Brower, Helen Hobart, Lady Bird Johnson, George and Gerry Lindsay, Edward P. Morgan, Wendy Morgan, Gordon Newell, Georgia O'Keeffe, Nathaniel A. Owings, Emily...

Margery Carpenter papers, [ca. 1938-1959].

Files relating to her political activities in Berkeley, Calif., 1938-1942; and miscellaneous writings by her relating to her career as a social worker in Berkeley.

Margo Skinner papers, 1933-1997.

Contains manuscripts of Skinner's fiction, non-fiction and poetry, including her book "As green as emeraude." Also includes biographical information, a travel scrapbook mostly about Hawaii and ephemera.

[Margo St. James Task Force on Prostitution political posters].

Posters promoting Margo St. James Task Force on Prostitution, drawing awareness to the impact of criminalization on prostitutes and its costs to society, in particular the City of San Francisco. Each poster depicts an anonymous prostitute with text pertaining to...

Margot Patterson Doss papers, circa 1947-2000.

Contains correspondence with friends and publishers including Philip Whalen, Donald Allen and Joanne Kyger; subject files on the greater San Francisco Bay Area; manuscript drafts of books and articles; scrapbooks containing her columns; maps (chiefly in oversize).

Margot W. Smith papers, approximately 1920-1970.

Collection of documents, research materials, copies of academic theses, interviews, etc. related to Smith's work on "The mentally retarded child in 1930s San Francisco" and the forty-year follow-up study.

Marguerite Bennett letters, 1923-1980.

Letters to Melville F. Phillips, 1923-1949, containing comments on her former husband, Arnold Bennett, and on Edith Sitwell. With these, a letter of transmittal from Mr. Phillips to Travis Bogard, Nov. 4, l980, with information on Mrs. Bennett.

Maria Alexandrovna correspondence, [ca. 1864-1904]

Letters by the Duchess describe her life in England (sometimes at the royal court); her travels on the continent; activities of her husband, Alfred, Duke of Saxe-Cobourg-Gotha; her family, etc.

Maria and Herbert von Ridelstein collection of photographs, original art and other materials.

Includes portrait and snapshot photographs of Maria von Ridelstein and her husband Herbert von Ridelstein, photographic reproductions of their artwork, and photographs depicting art exhibitions and Maria's Art & Style Studio in San Francisco. Also includes original drawings by the...

Maria M. Eastman Child correspondence, 1849-1851.

Letters from her husband, Isaac Child, and others concerning her sister's California plans; letters from her sister, Sophia A. Eastman, (who later married Harrison Eastman) concerning voyage from Boston on brig, Colorado, and experiences in San Francisco, including nursing at...

Marian Allen Williams photographs [graphic]

Views of Mrs. Williams and her friends from the Los Angeles High School Class on the beach at Santa Catalina Island.

Marian E. Koshland, 1921-1997 : oral history transcript : retrospectives on a life in academic science, family, and community activities / 2003.

Retrospective interviews about Marian Elliott Koshland (1921-1997) with eight individuals--friends, family and colleagues. Koshland's support of immunology as a distinct field, role in the reorganization of biology at the University of California, Berkeley; membership and support of the Haverford College...

Marian Lydia Lothrop papers, ca. 1926-1961.

Materials relating particularly to Lothrop's work on Mariano G. Vallejo.

Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo real estate papers, 1850-1909.

Documents include: deed, dated 29 June 1850, for one square mile of land in Sonoma County; deed, dated 30 December 1852, for 59.5 acres in the city of Sonoma, to Benicia Vallejo; M.G. Vallejo's account book, as Treasurer, Board of...

Marie de Laveaga Welch papers, circa 1917-1974.

Correspondence, manuscripts of her poems, notes and prose writings, journals. Also included, correspondence and papers of George Parsons West, her husband. Correspondence regarding literature and social or political issues is prominent. Major correspondents include: Albert M. Bender, Stella Benson, James...

Marie Elwell Onions papers, 1938.

Contains articles, drafts, and correspondence written by a journalist, Marie Elwell Onions. Onions created an independent freelance syndicate, the Fair View Syndicate, to provide subscribers a view of the construction and progress of the Golden Gate International Exposition prior to...

[Marie Katherine Seegelken portraits of war veterans, Letterman Hospital, San Francisco].

Chiefly portrait drawings of war veterans drawn at the Letterman Army Hospital, San Francisco, in the early 1950s. Also includes other portraits, including one of Christian Dior; a few fashion drawings; an illustrated holiday greeting card; and a sketch of...

Marie Short correspondence, 1935-1966.

Letters from Myron Brinig, Eleanor S. Brooks (the first Mrs. Van Wyck Brooks), Gladys Brooks (the second Mrs. Brooks), Jaime De Angulo, Langston Hughes, Una C. Jeffers, Ella Winter, Clarkson Crane, Van Wyck Brooks and Henry Varnum Poor. Many of...

Marilyn Hyde collection of University of California ephemera, 1917-1919.

Contains one photograph of Harold Anthony Hyde, Class of 1917, speaking at graduation ceremony, one pictorial postcard depicting senior pilgrimage near the Campanile, and a California Alpha Sigma Phi Association bond from 1919.

Marilyn McDonald collection on Tassajara Hot Springs, Calif., circa 1974-2011.

Materials collected over a period of years from a long-time resident of the area for use in a possible book. Includes typescript of manuscript, research files, index card file (arranged chronologically and by subject), maps, brochures, promotional materials, memorabilia, ephemera,...

Marilyn Sachs manuscripts and notebooks, 1973-2005.

The collection contains handwritten notebooks and typed manuscripts with annotations by Sachs; proof sheets; a finished jacket cover and cover designs; and a very short biography of Sachs. The collection also includes the following: a copy of Sach's book, Lost...

Marin Central Labor Union minutes, 1889-1924.

Contains minutes and other business relating to the Marin Central Labor Union.

Marin Co., Calif., Assessor's Office assessment lists, [1851?] - 1855.

V. 1 - undated listing of names and property with evaluations; v. 2 - lists for 1854 and 1855, certified by the county assessor, with signatures of some of the property owners.

Marin County Board of Supervisors records, 1864-1899.

Includes bids for building bridges; specifications for roads, and other materials.

Marin County photographs.

Collection contains photographs of towns, scenes, and activity in many Marin County (Calif.) locations. The following locations are particularly well documented: Bolinas, Larkspur (especially the Ho Ho Estate: including snaphots as well as prints of drawings by C. Neilson) Marshall,...

[Marin, Sonoma, San Francisco, and other California photographs /

Primarily views of San Francisco, Mill Valley, and Marin and Sonoma Counties, California. Includes many views of schools in the San Francisco Bay area, residences, community events, etc.

Marine biologist and environmentalist : oral history transcript : pycnogonids, progress, and preserving bays, salmon, and other living things / 1996.

Joel Hedgpeth discusses his family and education, ecology, ecological communities and the work of Ed Ricketts, his time as Director of the Pacific Marine Station at Dillon Beach, the proposed Nuclear Power Plant of Pacific Gas and Electric at Bodega...

Marine Cooks and Stewards Association of the Pacific Coast minutes, 1910-1931.

Marine Cooks and Stewards Association of the Pacific Coast minutes, BANC MSS 2004/178 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Marine photographs relating to Standish D. Tynan's experiences at sea.

Portraits of Standish Tynan and others aboard various ships, pictures of numerous ships (identified in finding aid), various newspaper clippings which relate to shipping, and two letters. Several of the voyages represented were to the Arctic from the Pacific Northwest,...

Marinos Gillett letters to his cousin, 1862-1865.

Letters describe experiences mining in Sutters Creek and Placerville, California.

Marinship Corporation records, approximately 1934-1963.

Photographs transferred to the Pictorial Collections of The Bancroft Library (BANC PIC 1983.163).

Marinship launchings and events [graphic]

Views of World War II era launchings from the Marinship shipyard on San Francisco Bay, and of related social events. Views of the drydocks, ships, guests of honor, entertainers, and Marinship personnel are present. Ships featured most prominently are the...

Mario Savio correspondence : Mississippi, to Cheri Stevenson, Berkeley, Calif. : ALS, 1964.

Contains 10 letters describing Savio's experiences in Mississippi including his involvement with the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, Mississippi Freedom Schools, the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, and African American voter registration, also discussing the KKK, FBI and his education at the...

Marion De Vries correspondence, 1896-1922.

Miscellaneous correspondence, chiefly letters concerning requests for congressional patronage or support while De Vries served in the U.S. House of Representatives, and letters attempting to influence him while he served as a judge for the U.S. Court of Customs Appeals.

Marion Mitchell papers, 1870-1959.

Correspondence, clippings and notes concerning Alexis von Schmidt, civil engineer.

Marion Randall Parsons Sierra Club papers, 1914-1915.

Papers relating to Marion Randall Parsons' involvement in the Sierra Club.

Mariposa County views from the May Corcoran papers [graphic]

Views show the Fremont House, a church at Mariposa, a school at Bear Valley, the Mariposa Co. courthouse, and the Mariposa Catholic sunday school picnic, at the Stockton Creek bridge (shows many ladies wearing hats).

Mariposa reminiscences : oral history transcript / and related material.

A group of pioneers and descendents recollecting anecdotes concerning local figures and events of an early mining town, including crimes and violence.

Marjorie Arkelian research files, 1967-1980.

Art historian Arkelian's research files on Thomas Hill, Charles Nahl, William Hahn and George Inness; includes photocopies of materials that date back to the 19th century. Arkelian was the author of catalogues for exhibitons of each of the artists.

Marjorie Cook Wilson's photograph album.

Photographs appear to be mainly of Marjorie Cook Wilson's friends and their families. Mainly contains baby pictures, family snapshots, studio portraits, wedding pictures and related newspaper clippings of various families. Families pictured: Bardsley, Rieger, Hatch, Dean, High, Towler, Davies, etc....

Marjorie H. E. Benedict papers, 1938-[ca. 1965].

Correspondence and other papers relating principally to her work with the Republican Party, particularly as Republican National Committee Woman for California, 1948-1960.

Marjorie Himmelstern collection on the Belasco and Bender families, 1892-1926.

The collection consists mainly of materials relating to David Belasco and his family collected by Belasco's grand niece Marjorie Himmelstern. There are also materials relating to the Bender family, who were maternal relations of Ms. Himmelstern. Included are 1907 and...

Mark Coggins papers, 1918-2019.

Papers of mystery writer Mark Coggins, including correspondence; manuscripts, articles, and screenplays; reviews of Coggins' books; bestseller's lists; Independent Publisher Book awards; an interview with Coggins; newspaper clippings, and ephemera on mystery genre and writers. Also includes family photographs and...

Mark Freeman research materials on the Film Arts Foundation, 1980-2008.

Contains research notes, photocopies of Film Arts Foundation records, newsletter articles, various research materials, used for a research paper titled, Film Arts Foundation 1976-2008: A Regional Media Arts Center with National Impact by Mark Freeman. Includes one copy of the...

Mark H. White papers, 1896-1931.

Material concerning student days at the Berkeley High School and the University of California, Class of 1900. A few items pertain to the Sierra Club.

Mark Hopkins letter : ALS : and railroad pass, 1849-1871.

Written on board the ship Pacific enroute from New York to San Francisco, to his brother, Samuel, February 22-26, 1849.

Mark Hopkins papers, 1861-1878.

Chiefly letters from Collis P. Huntington, Leland Stanford and others, and papers concerning the Central Pacific Railroad.

Mark R. Rosenzweig papers, 1946-2006.

This collection documents the work of Mark R. Rosenzweig, pioneer and expert in the area of brain plasticity research, and Professor in the Deptartment of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley. The collection is divided into 6 series. Series...

Mark Schorer papers, approximately 1930-1977.

Faculty papers and correspondence, primarily concerning his work, and related publications in the field of modern English and American literature.

Mark Schorer papers, circa 1960-1975.

Contains correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, published articles, and galleys of his work and interest in writing, publishing, and literary criticism.

Mark Twain miscellany, [on-going]

Manuscript items associated with Twain &/or his works.

Mark W. Haviland papers, 1863-1893.

Chiefly concerning land speculation and business operations in Nevada. Some relate to Camp Winfield Scott, Nevada, of which he was custodian after 1871. Family correspondence and papers, included. Among the correspondents are Amos Buch (or Reed), C.C.C. Carr, James Collins,...

Market analyst for non-ferrous metals and non-metallic minerals, journalist, mining corporation executive, 1927-1994 : oral history transcript / 1995.

Strauss discusses his childhood in Peru, his career as an editor, The Reconstruction Finance Corporation, American Smelting and Refining Company, Southern Peru Copper Corporation, ASARCO, Magma Copper Company, the effect of nationalist movements in the 1960s, marketing issues in the...

Market reports and other papers, 1852-1862 (bulk 1852-1853).

Conveying the City's economic ties to both maritime and mining enterprises, these documents include ship lists of arrivals and clearances, current seamen's wages by route from the Far East, the price of gold dust and the supply of Mexican dollars...

Marks and Company invoices, 1857-1869.

Collection consists of ten invoices (billheads) sent to nineteenth-century Oakland general merchandise firm Marks and Company from San Francisco businesses, including Loupe and Haas grocers, A.S. Rosenbaum cigars, Steinhart Brothers dry goods, S. A. Peyser and Company millenary goods, Marks...

Marriage records : Linares, Mexico : DS, 1821 Oct.-Nov.

Incomplete record, kept by the parish priest, of "diligencias matrimoniales" for the town of Linares.

Marriage records from parishes in Oaxaca, Mexico : transcripts, [195-].

Marrige data from the State of Oaxaca, Mexico, 1871-1954. Transcript of records from following parishes: Coixtlahuaca, Juquila, Juxtlahuaca, Nochixtlán, Putla, Silacayoapam, Teposulula, Tlaxiaco and Ximatlán, compiled for the use of Professor Woodrow Wilson Borah.

Marriage records of California, 1797-1853.

Forms part of the Thomas W. Norris Collection.

Marsan and MacBeath family photograph albums [graphic].

Albums contain photographs depicting multiple generations of the Marsan and MacBeath families of the East Bay (Berkeley, El Cerrito, Oakland, perhaps elsewhere), Los Angeles, and Yuma, Ariz. One album (v.6) depicts the brief childhood of Janet Elizabeth Marsan (b. September...

Marsden Manson photograph collection.

Chiefly snapshots relating to San Francisco's water supply. California rivers and dam sites are pictured, including: Crystal Springs Dam, Sunol Dam, Lake Eleanor, Yuba River, McCloud River, Eel River, Russian River, sites in Stanislaus County, Hetch Hetchy, and unidentified mountain...

Marseilles Spetz papers : ms., 1956-1960.

Correspondence and 2 publications concerning Dr. William G. Donald.

Marsh Harvey Jones papers, 1942-1970.

Scrapbooks of photographs, clippings, and other items relating to Jones' career as a guard in the Plant Protection Department of the Kaiser Company's iron and steel plant at Fontana, California.

Marsh, R. E. Correspondence, interviews, and writings / Material assembled by Amelia R. Fry, Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library, 1966-1971.

Included: notes re planned interviews with Mr. Marsh re his career in forestry; correspondence with Mrs. Fry re the interviews; rough-edited typed transcript of a tape-recorded interview conducted Feb. 14, 1966 re his boyhood and study of forestry; photographs, obituary...

Marshall Field biographies and related material.

Remarks by Mrs. Charles B. Farwell dated Nov. 1, 1890 (1 p.); a history of Marshall Field and Company (3 p.); and a newspaper clipping concerning Field's involvement with the leasing of a structure on Sixteenth Street to the Illinois...

Marshall H. Kuhn papers, 1967-1978.

His files on Ishi, Robert Louis Stevenson, and John Muir's Stickeen, including correspondence, notes, and clippings, with letters from James D. Hart, Albert Shumate, Norman Strouse, Saxton T. Pope, Louis J. Halle, Albert B. Elsasser, Paul Brooks and others.

Marshall I. Newton letters : Howland Flats, Calif., to Harvey Thayer, Newport, Wis., 1857-1861.

Five handwritten letters (16 p.) from a man working as a gold miner in Northern California to his friend and former Williamsville schoolmate in Wisconsin. He gives details about his mining work and responds to his friend's inquiry about joining...

Marshall Kuhn papers, 1922-1978.

Biographical, genealogical, and family information; school papers; business and personal correspondence; newspaper clippings and articles; creative writing; organizational catalogues; brochures; skits; testimonials and awards; photographs; letters from Charles Angoff and Ogden Nash; information about Hermann (Fritz) Graebe, a "Righteous Gentile,"...

Marshall Kuhn Sierra Club papers, 1940-1977.

Papers relating to Marshall Kuhn's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Marshall, R. B. (Robert Bradford) Photographs from the Robert Bradford Marshall papers [graphic]

Collection includes a tintype of an unidentified boy, a carte de visite of an unidentified girl, postcard photographs of joshua trees, views of an unidentified automobile parade, and a photo of a cup commemorating the Mather Mountain Party of 1915....

Marshall, Robert Photographs from the Robert Marshall papers.

V.1-5 Photos of trips to Alaska in 1930-1931 which depict landscapes, dwellings, cabins, dogsleds, camps and Indians (formal and informal portraits of adults and children) -- v.6 Photos of 1939 Alaskan trip showing people and cabins around Wiseman, members of...

Marshall, Robert Photographs of western wilderness areas [graphic]

Photographs show views of wilderness areas in the western United States. Includes views relating to forestry (some forest fires), desert scenes, outings, portraits, and related views. Some views show Robert Marshall and the Wilderness Society.

Marshall Steel Jr. papers, approximately 1914-1997.

Contains correspondence, articles, awards, endowment files, family photographs, scrapbook, etc.

Marshall Steel, Sr. Foundation records, approximately 1954-2001.

Contains correspondence, financial records, meeting minutes, photo albums of trips to Europe, postcards, etc.

Martha Alexander Gerbode (1909-1971), environmentalist, philanthropist, and volunteer in the San Francisco Bay Area and Hawaii : oral history transcript / 1995.

This oral history consists of retrospective interviews concerning the environmentalist Martha Alexander Gerbode. Topics include her support of groups ranging from the World Affairs Council, the Institute of Pacific Relations, and Planned Parenthood, to the Nature Conservancy, and the Art...

Martha Hayden Martin Price family correspondence, 1839-1967 (bulk 1850-1935).

Contains approximately 600 handwritten letters of a family who were among the early white settlers in California. Most of the correspondence is addressed to Martha "Mattie" Moad (neé Martin) from husbands, friends, and other family members. One folder of later...

Martha R. Loeffler papers, approximately 1990-2009.

Contains correspondence, magazine articles relating to Loeffler's career as a freelance writer, many in Jewish publications, and her childhood in Berkeley, California.

Martin A. Trow papers, approximately 1946-2006.

Contains writings, reprints, correspondence, conference materials, notes, drafts, early writings on labor topics, biographical material and bibliographies.

Martin and Parratt family portraits [graphic]

Includes the following portraits: Sarah Jane Lux (silhouette), Anne Martin, Edna Rodden Martin (3), Mary Morris Martin, Morris Washington Martin (daguerreotype), Edna Martin Parratt (4), and Mrs. George Rodden.

Martin, Anne Photographs from the Anne Henrietta Martin papers.

Includes several studio portraits of Anne Martin; scenic views of Reno, Nevada and its surroundings; views of the Lahontan Dam, Nevada; several unidentified individual portraits; views of W.O.H. Martin's residences; and a group portrait of the Women's International League for...

Martin Bircher ephemera collection, [16--]-1993.

Martin Bircher ephemera collection, BANC MSS 2011/252, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Martin Bircher notes on the Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft collection, 1961-1996.

Contains newspaper articles, notes, and other writings by Bircher dealing with the Fruchtbringende Gesellschaft collection. Also includes a marked up draft of Bircher's catalog of the collection, Im Garten der Palme (Wiesbaden : Harrassowitz Verlag, 1998).

Martin C. Briggs papers, 1847-1908.

Collection contains letters, sermons, and miscellaneous writings of a Methodist minister in California. Letters are chiefly to R. Burr and were written from Concord, N.H., Boston, the steamship Oregon at sea, and Sacramento. Writings relate to temperance, travel "sketches", the...

Martin David Kamen papers : ms., [ca. 1937-1945].

Research notes and notebooks, correspondence, and manuscripts of articles, chiefly concerning research by Kamen and Samuel Ruben on carbon-14 and photosynthesis. Incorporates material by Ruben, ca. 1938-1943.

Martin E. Malia papers, approximately 1950-1999.

The papers include drafts of manuscripts, correspondence, lecture and course notes, syllabi, examinations, and grant information. Also includes floppy disks and CDs.

Martin Goldschmidt papers 1950-1980.

This collection includes correspondence between Martin and friends and family that detail the Six-Day War in Israel (1967); general correspondence mostly with Zionist organizations and publications; Zionist Organization of America membership cards (1941-1977); a photograph, possibly of Martin, Mary, and...

Martin Graham papers, approximately 1960-2012.

Contains correspondence, research notes, materials relating to Graham's work in the UC Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, consulting work, depositions in legal cases regarding stray voltage, interactions with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and writings....

Martin Joseph Routh letters received, 1789-1827.

Includes letters from E.H. Barker re Samuel Parr and from Joseph Gerrald, and two poems about Parr, one of them allegedy by William Mason.

Martin L. Washburn letter to uncle.

Handwritten letter from a Halifax, Massachusetts man working as an oxen driver near Mt. Diablo, California to his uncle back East. He writes of his arrival in San Francisco on July 4, 1852 and immediately leaving for the gold fields...

Martin Litton Sierra Club papers, 1918-1979.

Papers relating to Martin Litton's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Martin, William H. Letter from William H. Martin : San Francisco, to C.M. Silva & Son, Newcastle, California, 1878 September 3.

Written on California Immigrant Union letterhead, the letter concerns the subdivision of the Shafter Ranch, Marin County, and acquisition of nursery stock as samples.

Martin, William H. Letter to Robert Gardner : San Francisco : ALS, 1874 Mar. 9.

Written as general agent for the California Immigrant Union, on official stationary containing article on the Tule lands, and a list of officers of the Union.

Martinez, Maria Refugio Cota de. Papers pertaining to property of Maria Refugio Cota de Martinez in Los Angeles, 1866-1882.

Deed, Sept. 1, 1866, from John Moran, with notarization of signature and recording note, Feb. 11, 1868; deed, Nov. 2, 1882, from Guniscindo Correa (her son) with note of recording (at request of Horace Bell) on same date.

Martín de Virueña testamento : Puebla, Mexico : D, 1663 Aug. 14.

Last will and testament, containing information on his family, and relating to his property, which included ownership of five slaves.

Marvin X collection of theatrical posters [graphic].

Posters and flyers advertising San Francisco Bay Area readings and performances of two works by Marvin X: One Day in the Life, and In the Crazy House Called America. Some of the works include portraits of the author. Also includes...

Mary A. Sears collection of photographs pertaining to the Agricultural Workers Health and Medical Association in California.

Photographs depict efforts of the Agricultural Workers Health and Medical Association in California, including health care facilities, medical staff, and patients. Many images document conditions at migratory labor camps at such California locations as Brawley, Porterville, Indio, Marysville, Shafter, Woodville,...

Mary Abney and Joseph Parker correspondence fragments, 1717-1738.

Fragments of documents, probably excised from correspondence written in the 18th century, glued together to form one piece of paper and then glue mounted to a larger piece of paper. Possibly collected for their value as samples of handwriting and...

Mary Alice Cowden scrapbooks, 1927-1969.

Scrapbooks containing playbills, programs, and newspaper clippings of performing arts events in the San Francisco Bay Area, California.

Mary C. Fish diary : and related material : ms., 1860 May-Sept.

Account of trip overland from Cedar Grove, Iowa, to California. Includes a brief description of Salt Lake City. Pages 1-28 contain the original diary; pages 29-67, a revised and expanded version; pages 68-123, blank; and pages 124-128, recipes and miscellaneous...

Mary Carolyn Davies papers, circa 1913-1920.

A few letters, including two written by her to Sheldon Cheney, and copy of a letter of recommendation written for her by Cheney; manuscripts of poems and plays; clippings; and a reprint of some published poems.

Mary Cohn papers and photographs, circa 1930-1971.

The collection contains some of Mary Cohn's papers and family snapshots, mostly unidentified.

Mary Cover Jones papers, 1920-1987.

Letters, manuscripts, reprints, and lecture notes of Mary Cover Jones related to her career in child development, particularly at the Institute of Human Development, University of California, Berkeley. Oversize folder contains a certificate of appreciation presented to Jones.

Mary Davis Bucknall papers, [ca. 1856-1924]

Primarily letters written to her father while she was in school.

Mary Downing Barnes papers, 1890-1898.

Correspondence concerning her historical research, including letters from Hubert Howe Bancroft and others on his staff; notes and manuscripts of some of her writings on Indians and western history; newspaper clippings and articles; some reports written by her students at...

Mary E. Gallagher collection on the I.W.W. and various labor and Socialist leaders, approximately 1919-1955.

Primarily articles, clippings and photographs relating to Eugene V. Debs, Lena Morrow Lewis, Honore J. Jaxon, Workers' Defense League, Byron Kitto, Douglas Robson, and others, and including also a letter from Debs, June 10, 1919, and two from Upton Sinclair,...

Mary E. Joralemon papers, 1873.

Letters from Elizabeth Cabot (Cary) Agassiz and from Louis Agassiz concerning her application for entrance to the Anderson School of Natural History, autographs of people at the school, including those of Austin Craig Apgar and David Starr Jordan, and a...

Mary E. Perry papers, 1892-1896.

Letters (2 - 1 incomplete, with envelope postmarked Amedee) from T. Walker, Secret Valley (Lassen Co.) Calif.; receipt for board, Roble Hall, Stanford University, and letter answering advertisement for an amanuensis.

Mary Eliza Hyde Willis papers, 1876-1941.

Photocopy of clippings and notes, and photographs relating to her school, the first private primary school in Berkeley.

Mary Elizabeth Townley Pemberton letter to J. Elmer Christie : Broadway, England : ALS, 1909 Apr. 19.

Concerning the collaboration of her husband, Thomas Edgar Pemberton, with Bret Harte on the play, Sue, and enclosing a letterpress copy of an undated letter written by her husband.

Mary Ellen Jones papers, 1981-2003.

Mary Ellen Jones travel diaries from 1981 through 2003.

Mary Fabilli correspondence with Dorothy and Robert Hawley, 1969-2011.

Contains letters, greeting cards, publications, and photographs from Fabilli concerning everyday life, her poetry, and information about William Everson. Includes a copy of "Mary Fabilli : 1914- a literary life," an autobiographical article about her literary influences. Also includes 11...

Mary Fabilli papers, circa 1936-2009.

Contains correspondence, diaries, notebooks, journals, poems, and other material. Also Includes material relating to her work as a researcher at the Oakland Museum, and religious memorabilia.

Mary Freeman Crabbe papers, 1845-1929 (bulk 1887-1907)

Mary Freeman Crabbe papers, BANC MSS 99/310 cz, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Mary Graham correspondence : ALS, 1881-1884.

Contains letters from Bret Harte, Henry W. Longfellow and Annie A. Longfellow, concerning a piece of writing done by Graham.

Mary Hallock Foote letters : to friends and family, 1868-1915.

Mary Hallock Foote letters, BANC MSS C-H 108 FILM, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Mary Harris letters to mother and brother, 1875-1879.

Mary Harris letters to mother and brother,1875-1879, BANC MSS 2019/8, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Mary Hunter Austin collection of letters and papers, approximately 1903-1933.

Primarily letters written by Mrs. Austin to Henry Nash Smith and to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Cassidy; transcripts of some letters addressed to her; copy of her play, Fire; miscellaneous items.

Mary Jean Kennedy Aerni photograph collection.

Views from her travels in Pakistan, Greece, and Uganda, and of native American tribes in California and Arizona. Also, copy photographs and color slides of 19th century images used in her research on Henry Raschen and Jean Jacques Vioget as...

Mary Jean Kennedy papers, 1948-1999.

The papers consist of files containing correspondence, field notes, and articles written by Mary Jean Kennedy. Kennedy's academic career at the University of California, Berkeley is represented by a paper on the economic structure of the San Carlos Apache, written...

Mary L. Bennett scrapbooks

Many items pertaining to her dealings in books, manuscripts, printed ephemera, and photographs related to the history of California. Also, personal snapshots and memorabilia from her youth.

Mary Lura Hairgrove diaries, 1913-1939 (bulk 1921-1934).

Consists of two diaries kept by Hairgrove. The first contains daily entries for 1921, including her move to Calif. with her sister, Helen, and teaching in the English Dept. at Glendale High School. The second contains entries for a trip...

Mary M. Bowman reports for the California Historical Survey Commission, circa 1915-1920.

Minutes of the California Historical Survey Commission; other administrative records; and Mary Bowman's reports on a range of Southern California manuscript collections, some in private hands and some in libraries or museums. Included are reports on the following: the family...

Mary Millman research collection on Norman Clyde, 1926-1997.

Contains the research files for an unpublished biography titled, "Fifty years in the mountains of the West: the life of Norman Clyde." Materials include correspondence, notes, transcripts, memoirs, interviews on audiocassetes, photographs, etc. Includes Norman Clyde's handwritten manuscript of a...

Mary Moore papers, 1977-1995.

Contains materials documenting Mary Moore's career on the Oakland City Council from 1977-1994 as well as her campaigns for office. Also included is political ephemera from the campaigns of other Bay Area and California politicians.

[Mary Murphy postcard collection, from the Jay DeFeo papers].

Postcard views and souvenir minature view sets, chiefly of scenes in Oregon, California, and elsewhere in the American West. Most are "real photo" postcards or miniature photographic print sets, but some are color photomechanical prints. Miniature view sets comprise: Virginia...

Mary Norbert Körte correspondence, 1965-1966.

Contains three letters to poets David Meltzer and one to David Schaff discussing poetry and including poems of her own.

Mary Peters Ringo diary, May 18, 1864-October 6, 1864.

The diary (74 p. and handwritten in pencil) begins as Mary and her family leave Leavenworth, Kansas and chronicles the family's journey first along the Oregon Trail route to Fort Bridger, Wyoming and then along the California Trail to Austin,...

Mary Robertson Bradbury Howard correspondence and related family papers, 1905-1977.

Chiefly Letters from Mary R.B. Howard, wife of architect John Galen Howard to family members (dated 1920-1959) or to Sadie and Warren Gregory (dated 1904-1956). Also includes ALS from Eulora M. Jennings to Mary Howard, Oct. 27, 1910, and transcripts...

Mary Rose Kaczorowski collection of Save the Oaks materials : Berkeley, Calif., 2006-2008.

Contains printed materials, tree census and inventory list, ephemera, flyers, correspondence, newspaper clippings, 20 color photographs (5 x 7) of protesters and tree sitters, three posters, two t-shirts, etc. related to a protest movement, known as Save the Oaks, against...

Mary Rudge papers, 1975-2012

The personal papers of Alameda's first poet laureate, Mary Rudge (1928-2014). Included are correspondence, family papers, manuscripts and awards.

Mary Waggoner letters, 1900-1901.

Two handwritten letters (December 19, 1900 and January 31, 1901) from an Ohio woman visiting Berkeley, California to her daughter-in-law in Ravenna, Ohio. Topics covered include descriptions of the University campus at Berkeley and a storm that caused extensive damage....

Mary Wollstonecraft letters to Ruth B. Barlow.

Three letters from Mary Wollstonecraft to her friend Ruth Baldwin Barlow. The first letter (2 pages), dated February 3, [1794?] is signed "Mary Imlay." The second letter (3 pages) is dated April 27, 1794 from Havre; and the third letter...

Marysville Medical Institute letter and enclosure, 1861.

Letter, dated Jan. 29, 1861, from the Secretary of the Institute, Edwin A. Williams, to the Gold Hill Lodge no. 32 F.A.M. 1861, accompanied by a broadside announcing the establishment of a medical institute, to serve as a convalescent home...

Marysville photographs [graphic] /

Includes numerous portraits and group portraits, chiefly of unidentified sitters; local business exteriors and interiors; tradesmen, laborers, firefighters, and others; home exteriors; mines and dredges; agricultural equipment; and parades. Portraits include numerous studio portraits of Chinese men, women, and children....

[Masahuru Minamiji photograph album of life at Manzanar War Relocation Center and Camp Barkeley, Texas].

Neatly presented photograph album containing chiefly snapshots documenting the life of California native and resident Masahuru Minamiji during World War II, particularly his internment at Manzanar War Relocation Center, and his military training at Camp Barkeley, Texas. Minamiji is depicted...

Masaryk-Beneš collection [graphic]

Collection of photographs reflecting the Czechoslovak Presidencies of Tomǎś Garrigue Masaryk and his successor Edward Beneš, in the period between the World Wars, 1918-1937. Included are diplomatic, political and social events in Prague and other locations, touring of facilities, people...

Masaryk-Beneš collection of newspapers and periodicals, 1897-1945.

The Masaryk-Beneš materials were originally collected by Arne Laurin, editor of the Prager Presse. Consists of individual issues of various newspapers and periodicals pertaining to the Masaryk-Beneš period of Czechoslovak politics, as well as miscellanea.

Mason Brayman family papers, 1873-1895.

Letters from Brayman and his wife, Mary (Williams) Brayman (1816-1886), to their daughter Ada and her husband, William H. Bailhache, of Washington, D.C., during Brayman's governorship of Idaho Territory, 1876-1880.

Mason Brayman papers, 1843-1892 (bulk 1846).

Letters written to him relating mainly to Mormons in Nauvoo, Illinois. Included are an account by Nelson Montgomery of Joseph Smith's interviews with Indians in 1843; letters concerning legal and tax matters, the Mormon question and anti-Mormon forces; a portion...

Mason Weymouth papers.

Mainly business correspondence as San Francisco photographer.

Mason Weymouth photograph archive [graphic].

Approximately 20,000 photographic images. Subjects include: San Francisco Bay Area views, hotels & residences (architectural photography), Yosemite, family photos, Spanish mission buildings, Berkeley Calif. police, lighthouses, views in Utah and Oregon, etc. Includes work for articles in numerous magazines and...

Mason-McDuffie Co. photograph collection [graphic]

Includes company personnel, developments, housing, etc., mainly in Berkeley and San Francisco.

Massachusetts activists and leaders in the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement volume I /

Childhood and family in Newton, Massachusetts; hockey accident and spinal cord injury, 1960; studies at Colby College and Tufts University; job at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Laboratory for Nuclear Science; accommodations on the job; origins of Massachusetts Association of Paraplegics,...

Massachusetts activists and leaders in the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement volume III /

Onset of polio at age three, childhood and adolescence, 1945-64; Indiana University and Harvard University, 1964-70; Women's Community Center, 1972; personal issues around disability; employment at UMass Disabled Student Center; beginning of Boston Self Help, 1976; discussion of Massachusetts leaders;...

[Masterpieces of Primitive American art series: selected prints].

Silk-screened prints depicting various indigenous handcrafts (pottery, baskets, mask, jewelry, etc.) of North and Central America. Prints signed by artist Louie Ewing. Each print enclosed in descriptive bifolium as issued.

Matador Land and Cattle Company minute books, 1882-1940.

Minutes of director's meetings, lists of stock holders and periodical reports, etc., of company incorporated in Dundee, Scotland, for the purpose of raising and marketing livestock in Texas and elsewhere in the United States.

Matamoros, Mexico, after a devastating hurricane [graphic].

Views show rubble, damaged buildings and other scenes of damage caused by a hurricane or hurricanes in Matamoros, Mexico. A major storm hit the region in October, 1867, which may be the event depicted. Other hurricanes are recorded in 1869...

Matías Romero correspondence, 1850-1899.

Letters addressed to Romero, diplomat, politician, and secretary of finance in the administrations of Presidents Benito Juárez and Porfirio Díaz. A more complete description is available in film notebooks at Reference Desk.

The Matchmaker company [graphic]

Snapshots of cast members of Thornton Wilder's The Matchmaker, possibly from a London production, or the Philadelphia production of 1954 or 1955. Some photos taken in dressing rooms.


Portfolio of original linocuts that were reproduced as illustrations for the short story collection Matea (Universidad Autónoma Chapingo, 2009). Titles of images correspond to titles of stories in the publication.

Material concerning Chinese in California and on the Pacific Coast.

Part I: Film - Selected list of works, published and unpublished, by California Chinese, with brief biographical sketches of the authors.

Material concerning Hollywood, ca. 1905-1958.

Newspaper clippings, brochures and notes, with a few letters and pictures, assembled in preparation of his history of Hollywood.

Material concerning the Battle of San Pasqual, 1846 December 6.

Photoreproduction of muster rolls for Companies C & K, 1st Regiment of Dragoons, from records, Adjutant General's Office, National Archives; pictures of "Mule Hill" and grave markers; maps and notes, correspondence from 1948-1949.

Material concerning the Dorsey and Taylor families of Grass Valley, Calif., [undated]

Scrapbook of clippings, correspondence, stock certificates, etc., chiefly for her father, Samuel P. Dorsey, Wells, Fargo agent, 1857-1904, and former owner, Idaho Maryland mine. Also, material relating to descendents of William Taylor, gold rush pioneer.

Material concerning the genealogies of early California Higuera, Lorenzana and Juárez families : ms., 1975 Aug.

Includes her manuscript of the Juárez family tree completed in 1973 (31 x 365 cm.)

Material concerning the Modoc Indians and Modoc War, [undated]

Manuscripts, notes, drafts, clippings, etc. for an unpublished book.

Material prepared by legal counsel for use in pending suit brought against the San Francisco Unified School District, circa 1864-1982 (bulk 1947-1979).

The bulk of the collection contains material prepared by legal counsel for use in pending suit brought against the San Francisco Unified School District. These include plantiff exhibits, attorney drafts and notes; production requests from the law firm; research materials,...

Material regarding mission revival architecture.

Includes correspondence with libraries, archives, historical societies, etc., re his research (ca. 1966-1970); notes speeches; clippings, photocopies of articles and other ephemeral material. Special files on architects and on Stanford University.

Material regarding the history of Corona, Calif., undated.

Clippings, notes, articles and photographs, assembled mainly from the papers of Janet Williams Gould.

Material related Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schram and the Schramsburg Winery.

Portraits are of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schram. Also includes labels (undated) for Schramsburg Vineyards wine and champagne.

Material relating to Armenians in California.

Include programs and notices for churches and fraternal and benevolent societies; clippings; pamphlets and some letters. Some items concern George M. Mardikian and William Saroyan.

Material relating to Armenians in California : additions, [ca. 1970-1981].

Assorted printed and other materials pertaining to the Armenian community in California.

Material relating to boycott of Nazi typefaces, 1939-1940.

Contains several copies of a 1939 proclamation, with signatures of notable members of the Forum, calling for graphic artists and advertisers to boycott the purchase and use of Nazi typefaces, and encouraging them to use American-made type. The bulk of...

Material relating to Chase family.

Includes portion of a biographical sketch of Moses Chase, early Oakland settler, written by W.W. Conde, with related notes; transcripts of some Chase family papers, including 1867 diary of George Chase, Moses' son; three notebooks concerned with the 7th ward...

Material relating to Chinese in the West, 1876-1942.

Letters, checks, receipts, certificates of deposit, San Francisco/Oakland telephone directory, pamphlet, and an election flyer, from San Francisco; and similar items from Centreville and Coulterville, Calif., as well as Carson City, Nev., and Tucson, Ariz.

Material relating to Fort Ross, 1937-1938.

Letter appealing for aid to maintain the Fort; form letters and programs; printed album commemorating anniversary of the founding of the Fort; newspaper article.

Material relating to Henderson W. Luelling, [ca. 1920-1957]

Rhoda, Franklin. Henderson W. Luelling, father of the fruit industry on the Pacific Coast (9 typewritten leaves); Rhoda, Franklin. Origin of the fruit business of the Pacific Coast [newspaper clipping and typewritten carbon copy (1 leaf) of part of this];...

Material relating to John Marsh : ms, [undated].

Copies of some documents used by Lyman in writing his book, John Marsh, Pioneer, including legal papers in Marsh's trial for conspiracy in Contra Costa County, 1855, and inventory of his estate.

Material relating to John Swett, 1853-1962.

Photocopies of typed transcripts of letters, 1853-1864, from William Russell to John Swett, and clippings concerning Swett.

Material relating to Julia Morgan, 1928-1988 (bulk 1928-1947).

Miscellaneous materials relating to Julia Morgan, including one letter written by her to Walter Steilberg, Oct. 7, l928, and a photocopy of a diary from her trip to South America. Includes copies of three letters written by Edward B. Hussey,...

Material relating to Luther Burbank, [ca. 1909-1912]

Includes a letter from Burbank, 1912 Dec. 20, and a copy of an agreement with him, 1909 Sept. 20; scrapbook of clippings, 1908-1909, regarding his experiments with spineless cactus; promotional material for the publication of the Burbank books; Luther Burbank...

Material relating to Nora May French, 1907-1963.

Mainly correspondence resulting from research on Ms. French for M.A. thesis.

Material relating to Owens Valley, California : typescript, [1900]

Legal papers relating to the Inyo Land Company, the Inyo Canal Company and the Reward Gold Mining Company; and transcript of a report describing the valley and its mining and agricultural resources.

Material relating to Prairie Schooner Detours.

Includes portion of the MS; notes; sketch maps used in the book; design for the dust jacket.

Material relating to the California State Federation of Labor unions, ca. 1938-1958.

Research material, including minutes of meetings, correspondence, pamphlets, leaflets, and miscellaneous printed material. Includes Taft's working notes, apparently for his 1968 book, Labor politics American style; the California State Federation of Labor.

Material relating to the campaign of Thomas Bradley for Mayor of Los Angeles, 1968-1969.

Includes speakers' manual, press releases, handbills and clippings.

Material relating to the Greenwood family, [ca. 1888-1967]

Includes photocopy of notes re the Greenwoods and the rescue of the Donner party; transcripts of letters from Sarah Greenwood re the family's part in the rescue operations; transcripts and photocopies of letters with genealogical information; photocopies of documents relating...

Material relating to the history of Lindsay, Calif.

Include typescripts of reminiscences by Sadie Hutchinson re the founding of the town by her husband, Arthur J. Hutchinson, and re ranching in the area; genealogical information on the Hutchinson and Patton families; maps; newspaper articles by Schutt based on...

Material relating to the legend of the sleeping princess of Mount Tamalpais, 195-.

v. 1 - letter, June 15, 1959, and pamphlet, July 1959, describing how he began his project, the sources investigated and the people contacted; v. 2 - Ms. of his unpublished study, The Legend of the Sleeping Maiden of Mount...

Material relating to the marking of various historic sites, 1953-1957.

Includes material on the Pacheco and Galindo families (founding families of Contra Costa County) and papers relating to the Alvarado Adobe, dedication of the Salvio Pacheco adobe, and Joaquin Moraga adobe.

Material relating to the Oberi Okaime language of southeastern Nigeria, ca. 1953-1961.

Used in her article, Oberi Okaime Script, Texts and Counting System. Includes a dictionary, transcriptions and translations of texts in the language, mainly of a religious nature, by Akpan Akpan Udofia.

Material relating to the Poston Cooperative Enterprises, Inc., Colorado River Relocation Center, Poston, Ariz., 1943-1945.

Includes letter from WRA director, Dillon S. Myer; letters from U.S. Treasury Dept. regarding licensing; a brief history of the Enterprises; certificate of incorporation; and license from the state of Arizona.

Material relating to the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo : ms.

Copy of articles 8, 9, 21, and 23 of the above treaty, and notes from Robert Glass Cleland's The Mexican Yearbook, 1922.

Materials concerning Frank B. Rodolph and the Rodolph family, [ca. 1967-1968].

Genealogical and biographical information regarding the family of Frank B. Rodolph, compiled by Margaret Schlichtmann. Includes autobiographical sketch by Frank B. Rodoloph, including reminiscences of his family's journey to California in 1850, ranching near Cache Creek, and business enterprises in...

Materials concerning the missions of Alta California, 1873.

Extracts and copies from Archives, original papers, testimony of native Californians and Neophytes, scraps from books, pamphlets, and newspapers, also photographs, etc., being the entire collection on the subject formed during a period of 20 years by The Honorable Benjamin...

Materials for seminar course, The Collecting of Books and Manuscripts : School of Librarianship, University of California, Berkeley, 1971 March - June.

Included: outline of the course; list of books on reserve; copies of his lectures; and list of books, manuscripts and visual materials from his collection displayed at class meetings.

Materials on the life and career of José de Gálvez : transcripts, 1691.

Church records, royal orders, cédulas, and other sources on Gálvez collected from parochial archives, various Spanish archives, and the British Museum, by Laurence P. Briggs. See Herbert I. Priestley, José de Gálvez, Visitor-General of New Spain (University of California Press,...

Materials pertaining to the Grabhorn Press bibliography, 1927-1975.

Contains introduction, working notes, and checklists for vol. 1 of the bibliography. Includes letters to Heller from David Magee, and to Heller and Magee from numerous individuals, including Flora Arnstein, Albert M. Bender, Wilder Bentley, Oscar Lewis, Alfred Sutro, and...

Materials regarding the ancient writings of Southern Nigeria, 1967.

Article reprint of her work originally published in the Bulletin de L'Institut francais d'Afrique noire (XXIX, series B., nos. 1-2, 1967); and illustrations of glyphs appearing on tusks from Southern Nigeria, representing animals, humans, objects and symbols, used as illustrations...

Materials related to publication of Lovely Isadora, 1972-1982.

Drafts, drawings, and correspondence. Some correspondence concerns their oral history.

Materials related to shipping and engineering [graphic]

Some photographs relate to Union Diesel Engines (Fischer's business) including many ships possibly outfitted wtih Union Diesel engines. Other photos relate to shipping and engineering more generally. Objects are artificts related to early telegraph lines. Also includes a portrait of...

Materials related to the publication of The Grabhorn Press and Kindred Matter, [ca. 1956-1979]

Typescript of book, and correspondence concerning the book's eventual publication as The Grabhorn Press: A Biography by the Book Club of California (1981).

Materials related to the will of Jonas G. Clark : Massachusetts : typescript, 1916.

Correspondence and will extracts concerning the deposition of his will and the terms to establish a library endowment.

Materials relating to Armenians in California : additions, [undated].

Subject file encompass social, religious, political, economic, and cultural aspects of Armenians in California, including listings for Armenian General Benevolent Union; Robert Avakian; Spurgeon Avakian; Charles Garry; churches; Aram Saroyan, Lucy Saroyan.

Materials relating to Henry Janin and the "great diamond hoax" of 1872, ca. 1957-1962.

Consists of materials relating to Henry Janin and his report on the salted mine in northern Colorado, with some biographical information. Includes photocopy of Janin's statement concerning his part in the diamond swindle, as well as photostatic copies of a...

Materials relating to I.L.W.U. case, Longshoremen - B List, 1963-1984.

Includes background documentation, typed transcripts of tape-recorded interviews with longshoremen, and clippings. Also information on Harry Bridges, the Longshore Jobs Defense Committee, and the Pacific Maritime Association. Includes papers acquired as research for an oral history, as well as transcripts.

Materials relating to South America and the West Indies, 1901-1939.

Letters and reports, largely statistical, concerning population, trade and commerce, banking, education, transportation and communications, in Bolivia, Peru, Surinam, Guiana, and the islands of Cuba, Puerto Rico, Guadeloupe, Martinique, and St. Pierre et Miquelon. Also a biographical sketch of Paraguayan...

Materials relating to Spanish literature.

Assembled by the Professor of Spanish, University of California, Berkeley. Include notes relating to prominent Spanish authors and poets; indexes on periodicals; notes on the novel, poetry, and theater; bibliographical material; transcripts of theatre texts and texts of ballads autograph...

Materials relating to the Berkeley Repertory Theatre's production of Frank Norris' McTeague, 1992.

Script (200 l., revised typescript, photocopy) by Neal Bell, "Current as of 1-29-92"; Teacher's Study Guide; program.

Materials relating to the campaign of 1896 : ms., 1896 June-Dec.

Includes sample of forms used, and a few post-election circulars relating to registration, appointments, donations, etc.

Materials relating to the case of Gordon K. Hirabayashi, 1943.

Circular letter (typescript, mimeograph), 1943 May 21, regarding the U.S. Supreme Court hearing; and printed brochure from the Gordon Hirabayashi Defense Committee.

Materials relating to the lawsuit, Safeway Stores, Inc. vs. A.A. Brock et al.

Carton 1: Statistical reports, 1954-1961; miscellaneous publications and annotated copies of briefs in the case. Carton 2: Microfilm of material used in evidence.

Materials relating to the San Francisco Fire Department.

Typescript (carbon) narratives on various aspects of the history of the San Francisco Fire Department written and compiled by Frederick J. Bowlen, who served the S.F.F.D. as Battalion Chief and Department Historian.

Materials relating to the sugar industry in Mexico : typescript, 1910-1949.

List of Sugar Mills in Mexico and Central America, 1948 (Typed); Preliminary Report - Improvement of Sugar Production in Mexico, 1947 (Typed); Felipe Ruiz de Valasco, Historia y Evoluciones del Cultivo de la Caña y de la Industria Azucarera en...

Materials relating to the Swett family : Swett family history and 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire description, 1994.

Swett family history information sent by John E. Swett to the "Ladies of Swett's Tavern" in 1994 consists of a letter about the name of the tavern with a typescript of a description by Wilbur M. Swett of the the...

Materials relating to Tom Paine, [1804-1934]

Includes bibliography of works about Tom Paine, letters and journal articles and menu for Tom Paine memorial dinner.

Mather, Stephen Tyng Photographs from the Stephen Tyng Mather papers.

Photograph albums: Vol. 1: Mount Rainier (photographed by Herbert W. Gleason), ca. 1905-1917. Vol. 2: Washington D.C., 1913-1915. Vol. 3: Sequoia National Park and the high Sierra, 1915. Vol. 4: Mather party in the high Sierras, 1915 (album 1). Vol....

Mathers, Alonzo M. Letters to Ulric L. Music : and related material, 1897-1899.

Letters, Dec. 20, 1897, and Jan. 31, 1898, from Empire Ranch, Pantano, Ariz. Ter., telling his friend in San Luis Obispo, Calif., of plans for ranching in Chihuahua; letter, Oct. 22, 1899, from El Fuerte, Sinaloa.

Mathews and Sons, Co. records, 1845-1914 (bulk 1870-1901).

Contains legal documents including articles of incorporation, agreements, contracts, complaints, wills and property documents. Also includes administrative and financial documents and correspondence.

Matilda G. Bancroft letter to Aunt Mary Coley, Emporia, Kansas.

Letter from Matilda Bancroft to Aunt Mary Coley, on stationary of The Bancroft Library. Includes 2 additional letters to Mary Coley: one from Olive S. Carter, a sister (July 30, 1884), and the other from Isabel Fuller, a friend (September...

Matson and Roth family history, a love of ships, horses and gardens : oral history transcript / and related material, 1980-1982.

Recollections of her father, William Matson, and his shipping company; marriage to William Roth; her family; acquisition of Filoli, their home in Woodside; interest in horse breeding and horse shows; volunteer activities.

Matsuda family papers, approximately 1940-1960.

Greeting cards, correspondence, and other documents of Shigeru (Robert) and Dorothy Matsuda of Oakland, California; correspondence to and from Oakland attorney Max Yonemura about establishing birthplace and citizenship of Hatsumi Hirashima (1955-1956); school report cards and other materials relating to...

Matsusaburo Hibi papers, 1941-1962.

Miscellaneous papers relating to Hibi and Topaz Relocation Center. Included are a report on the Topaz Art School and the text of a speech at the opening of an exhibit at the school; clippings re Hibi and his paintings, many...

[Matt Wobensmith collection of San Francisco Bay Area punk concert fliers].

Mostly fliers, with some posters and smaller handbills, promoting concerts by punk bands and other performers at numerous venues in San Francisco and other Bay Area locations. Among the hundreds of performers listed on fliers are Dead Kennedys, Mutants, Psychotic...

Mattachine Society minutes, 1953-1954.

Contains the minutes of the Board of Directors and the Coordinating Council. Also includes memos, press releases, goals, questionnaires and other handouts relating to the Mattachine Society and the Council on Religion and the Homosexual.

Matthes, François Photographs from the François Matthes papers.

Pictures from trips (including camping) around the United States include scenes in the Rocky Mountains, views of Montana and Yosemite, Calif. Many views of Sierra Nevada scenes are also included. Matthes is pictured with the crew of the Richfield Eagle...

Matthew A. Schmidt papers, 1906-1952.

Contains correspondence, clippings, and other items related to his trial. Also includes photographs of Schmidt, his sister, and of friends.

Matthew Arnold letter to Edith Murray : Cobham, Surrey : ALS, [undated]

With envelope, and autograph cut out of another document.

Matthew Nunan statement and biographical sketch, [1885 ca.].

Statement, recorded for H.H. Bancroft, concerns his voyage to San Francisco via Panama in 1855 and gold mining to 1859; several businesses including a brewery from 1865; position as sheriff of San Francisco, 1875 and 1877. (7 l.).

Matthew Paul Deady letters, dictations : and related biographical material, 1874-1889.

Letters, 1874-1888, to H.H. Bancroft and, 1889, to N.J. Stone of the History Company; dictated statements; notes and revisions of sketch and proof-sheets; information supplied by Lorenzo Sawyer and C.E.S. Wood; drafts (portions in Deady's and in Bancroft's handwritings) and...

Matthew Ritchie papers, 1949-1965.

The collection consists of Matthew Ritchie's correspondence (including correspondence between Ritchie, the Hopi Indians, and the U.S. Congress regarding a conflict between the Hopi and the U.S. government); minutes and memorandums from various organizations; radio scripts; newspaper and magazine articles...

Mattz family interviews : oral history transcripts / 1992-1993.

Mattz family members discuss their lives in a Yurok family in the Klamath River Valley, including cultural and economic concerns of Native Americans along the Klamath and a conflict over Indian fishing rights on the river in 1978, known as...

Maude Toll correspondence : ALS, 1882-1892.

Contains letters from Herbert F. Laird to Miss Maude Toll during their courtship and early marriage. Laird describes activities organizing ranch hands, scouting land claims, including cost and soil condition, travel in Calif. and Ariz., and wedding plans. Also contains...

Maurice A. Lazowick papers, 1919-1981.

Contains photographs of and newspaper clippings about Rabbi Lazowick; copies of letters that Lazowick wrote and received; a copy of a sermon he wrote and delivered about Israel (5 Oct. 1948); programs for various events at which Lazowick spoke; certificates...

Maurice Henry Hewlett collection of letters sent, 1902-1913.

Concerns his interest and activity in writing and its publication.

Maurice Sugar files, 1933-1972.

Correspondence, records and a selection of founding documents of the National Lawyers Guild, including a copy of the 1937 Constitution.

Max Bergmann collection of Emil Fischer papers, ca. 1910-1920.

Includes a small amount of correspondence, scientific reports written by Fischer and Bergmann, reprints, and biographical materials.

Max C. Eastman papers, 1944-1964.

Letters, documents, contracts, and newspaper clippings pertaining to the career of petroleum engineer who worked in the Elk Hills Naval Petroleum Reserve located in Kern County, Calif. for the Navy and, after his resignation, for the Reserve Oil and Gas...

Max Eis papers, 1959-1967.

This collection consists primarily of the programs, pamphlets, and newsletters from the various organizations of which Max Eis was a member, including the Brotherhood of Temple Sinai, the National Jewish Welfare Board, the National Federation of Temple Brotherhoods, and the...

Max Heirich papers relating to the Free Speech Movement, 1964-1971.

Contains research material, grant application, correspondenc manuscripts. Research materials include biographies of regents, essays written about the Free Speech Movement (FSM) by other authors, handbills, notes taken at rallies and meetings, surveys conducted on the Berkeley campus, police response to...

Max Honigbaum family papers, 1850-1966.

This collection includes personal papers relating to Max Honigbaum's personal and family history, as well as his career as a doctor. It also includes correspondence regarding his request for restitution from the German goverment for wages lost after being forced...

Max J. Brandenstein legal records, 1882 and 1885.

The collection consists of legal records utilized in the dispute between Albert Trescony vs. M. Brandenstein and L. Godchaux, a case heard before the California Supreme Court. Specifically, the dispute concerned the ownership of Rancho San Lucas, a property that...

Max J. Friedländer biographical sketch : and other material, circa 1957.

Contains a typescript biographical sketch, with manuscript edits, of Max J. Friedländer. Also includes a letter from Benedict Nelson, the editor of "The Burlington Magazine" (London), on its letterhead stationery addressed to a "Dear Grossman" requesting help with writing a...

Max Knight collection of World War II ephemera, 1942-1946.

Two pamphlets transferred to the book collection of the The Bancroft Library for separate cataloging.

Max Knight papers, 1965-1976.

Includes collages by Knight that have German, Israeli and American themes, including: a collage on Sigmund Freud with clipping, Austrian bank note, and stamp; photographs of Tel Aviv; photographs and stamp of Hans Kelsen; clippings on Beersheba land reclamation; clippings...

Max Radin papers, 1921-1950.

Correspondence, subject file, manuscripts, notes and honors concerning his interest and activity as U.C. Berkeley professor of law.

Max Schmidt papers, 1893-1952.

Letters written to him regarding his book, The Log of a Cabin Boy; a copy of his book, My Impressions of Japan; a report on the Schmidt family, translated by him from the German; his Christmas cards printed by Schmidt...

Max Thelen papers.

Correspondence, clippings, notebooks, scrapbook, minutes, reports, maps, diagrams, telegrams, and other materials chiefly concerning the California Progressive movement and the California Railroad Commission.

Max Thelen papers : additions, 1917-1958.

Relate to his work with the U.S. Railroad Administration, the California State Railroad Commisssion, and the National Association of Railway and Utilities Commissioners (War Committee). Also includes personal correspondence.

Max William Gardner papers, circa 1914-1968.

Includes correspondence, notes, manuscripts, and materials relating to the history of the UC Berkeley Department of Plant Pathology. The collection also includes some J.T. Barrett material.

Max William Stern papers, 1923-1942.

Mainly typescripts and clippings of Stern's articles; some mounted in scrapbooks. Most of them written, while a newspaper reporter, regarding Hawaii, Nicaragua, the Vanderbilt newspaper enterprise, salmon industry in Alaska, Hiram W. Johnson, co-operative marketing, agriculture in California, prohibition and...

Max Yavno photographs of San Francisco and Los Angeles street scenes [graphic].

Photographs include: "Ferry Building, San Francisco" (:1) depicting man reading newspaper and other figures standing before main entrance of the structure, and "Army Street, San Francisco" (:2) depicting storefronts and rows of houses, both published in Herb Caen's The San...

Max Zurier papers, 1954-1992.

The papers consist of correspondence with dealers and artists, exhibition files, and annotated auction catalogs pertaining to Zurier's art collection. Correspondents include Arthur Garfield Dove, Nathan Oliveira, and Marsden Hartley.

Maximilian, Emperor of Mexico, collection of documents, 1863-1866.

V.1: Original decree signed by Maximiliano and Carlota awarding the cross of the Imperial Order of San Carlos to Doña Concepcion Froncoso de Duarte.--v.2: Outline of proposed constitution of Mexico in Carlota's handwriting; letter from Maximilian to Señora Alonte; documents...

Maxine Hong Kingston papers, circa 1989-1997.

An undated draft of Tripmaster Monkey (published in 1989), and a 100-page fragment of The Fifth Book of Peace (1997).

Maxwell Mining Company records : ms., [1867-1871]

For mining operations in Sutters Creek. v. 1 - receipts for labor and material, 1867-1868; v. 2 - stock certificates, 1868-1871; v. 3 - check stubs, 1869-1871; v. 4 - stock ledger, 1868- 1872; v. 5 - transfer journal, 1868-1871,...

May Benedict Maye papers, ca. 1901-1942.

Correspondence, poetry, drafts and published articles on various topics; newspaper clippings, reprints, poetry and scrapbook about Luther Burbank, including reminiscences of the period in which she worked for him. There are also notes and correspondence in Burbank's handwriting, and both...

May Benedict Maye photographs of Luther Burbank and his work [graphic]

Six photographs of Luther Burbank, both as a young (age 20, 2 copy photos) and older man, one with him holding a baby, some showing him at greenhouses and experimental gardens, Also photographs of flowers developed by Burbank. Some views...

May, Bernice Hubbard Photographs of Sierra Nevada outing trip.

Photographs from a trip to the Sierra Nevadas including outing groups, pack trains, and Sierra landscapes.

May Hing Sam and Yee Chow portraits [graphic].

Hand-colored portraits of Chinese children May Hing Sam and Yee Chow, taken in San Francisco's Chinatown by Hortense Schulze.

May Stanislaus Corcoran papers, circa 1848-1941.

Includes material re her research on Yosemite, Mariposa County, and other localities. Includes correspondence, Corcoran's writings and family papers related to Judge John M. Corcoran and Alice M. Corcoran.

Maya ruins revisited : in the footsteps of Teobert Maler.

A portoflio of original photographs by William Frej documenting Mayan ruins in Guatemala and Mexico previously photographed by Teobert Maler in the late 19th century.

Maybeck family [Photographs from the Maybeck family papers].

Contains 3 19th century portraits, including Louis Mercado (possibly the San Francisco civil engineer) at age 15, Louis's sister Mary Mercado, Jr. at age 6, and Scottish architect Norman Shaw; some views of Principia College (Elsah, Ill.); several 1906 and...

Mayer family papers and photographs, 1885-1933.

Collection includes diaries (10 volumes in German) from 1885 through 1933, one letter from Max Mayer in Butte, Montana, and family portraits and photographs (including early California cabinet cards).

Maynard Dixon papers : and related material, ca. 1901-1985.

With family members (his brother, Harry; his sons John and Daniel), art dealers, and fellow artists and literary figures. Significant and principal correspondents include: Ansel Adams, Ernest Bloch, J. Frank Dobie, Sharlot Mabridth Hall, J. Lorenzo Hubbell, Charles Fletcher Lummis,...

Maynard Joslyn papers, 1918-1980 (bulk 1960-1970).

This collection contains papers, subject files, and correspondence. In addition, the collection contains ribbons from various California State Fairs for which Joslyn had served as a judge.

Mays family papers, 1869-1926.

v.1: Letters, including two from William Adams Richardson to Mrs. Anna B. Sutton, 1873, mainly concerning the wreck of steamer George S. Wright; and letter from Scollay Parker describing Sitka.

Mazama outings 1908 and 1909 [graphic]

Photographs from a wilderness outing, possibly of Sierra Club members, to Mazama Park and the Mt. St. Helens, Spirit Lake, and Mt. Baker regions of Wasington State.

Mazarinades, 1649.

Removed from a collection of printed Mazarinades (pDC130.M43 1649)

M.B. Emeneau papers, circa 1935-2000.

The papers contain field notes, drafts of articles and books, subject files, reviews, and correspondence.

MBF, Marjory Bridge Farquhar : oral history transcript : pioneer Sierra climber, conservationist & photographer / 1994.

Farquhar discusses her family life in the San Francisco Bay Area, marriage to Francis P. Farquhar, and climbing activities with the Sierra Club.

McAlpine Mine, Coulterville, Calif. [graphic]

Primarily views of the McAlpine Mine (most probably McAlpine Gold Mine and Milling Co.) in Coulterville, including buildings, mining equipment, and miners. Also included are three views of Los Angeles and the surrounding area.

McCowan, T. D. Photographs of Natufian skull and bones.

Photographs of skull and bones, most with calibration scale.

A. McDonald and A. McClennon miscellany : Litchfield, [N.H.?], 1852-1885.

Contains a letter (1 p.) from Francis Hodgins, Clarendon, [Vt.?] concerning a business deal; a note (1 p.) to McDonald and McClennon from Robert Thomson giving them permission to cut white pine lumber in specific lots; and a letter (1...

McDonald, Marilyn. Photographs from the Marilyn McDonald collection on Tassajara Hot Springs [graphic].

Chiefly snapshot photographs documenting the history of Tassajara Hot Springs in Monterey County, Calif. Photographs depict buildings and other structures, roads, trails, and visitors and other persons associated with the development of the resort, including family members of early owner...

McDowell, Albert. Letters from Jamestown, Tuolumne County, California / 1853-1855

Letters written (1 appears to have been dictated) from two slaves, Prince Woodfin & Albert McDowell, from the gold mining camps in Jamestown, to their masters, Mr. & Mrs. Charles McDowell, and Mr. Nicholas W. Woodfin.

[McEwen Bros. album of Panama photographs].

Chiefly snapshots of various subjects in Panama, including agriculture, Panama Canal, Panama City, business associates, friends and/or family members, pets. One photograph includes caption refering to "our property", and McEwens are assumedly among those depicted throughout album. Also depicted is...

[McGee Creek Lodge photograph album].

Photographs of environs of a lodge at the foot of the eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range near Crowley Lake, California. Snapshots of exteriors, interiors, guests, catches from fishing, snow scenes, etc. Also includes clippings and ephemera.

McKee family papers, 1883-1968.

Collection of three generations of McKee family letters, clippings, and ephemera. Includes two letters from Robert K. McKee to wife, Sarah A. McKee during the two years, 1898-1899, he prospected for gold in Alaska. His letter of Sep. 20, 1898,...

McLaren Lodge alterations and addition blueprints : Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Calif. /

Contains architecture plans for renovations and additions to the McLaren Lodge.

McLaughlin, Sylvia [Photographs from the Sylvia and Donald H. McLaughlin papers.]

Carton 1: Cranmer / Chappell family photographs (Sylvia's family), from 19th century portraits to Sylvia's youth in Colorado. circa 1880-1940 -- Carton 2: Studio portraits and professional photographs, chiefly of Sylvia, Donald, and other family members -- Carton 3: McLaughlin...

McLean family photograph collection.

Collection includes many unidentified portraits as well as identified portraits of Fanny and Agnes McLean and other McLean family members. Family pictures include high school drama productions, the college settlement summer home in New York, vacations and outings, the McLean...

McNally brothers papers : De Lamar, Idaho, 1917-1928.

Principally letters, 1925-1928, addressed to Henry, James, and John McNally at De Lamar by family members; with a copy of a placer-mining location, 1917, and two business letters of 1927. Correspondents include T.W. Galigher; Mrs. Katie (McNally) Landrigan; John, Mary...

McNear Brick Co. records, 1898-1943.

Includes correspondence (some of the letters reflecting effects of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906), accounts, promissory notes, statements, and reports of merchandise sales.

McNeil Brothers California records, circa 1890-1925.

Consists of catalogs and time ledger. Catalogs are of druggists' labels, prescription blanks and office stationery.

[McQuilling family photographs].

Snapshots and portraits documenting multiple generations of the McQuilling and Shriver families of Pasadena and other California locations. Individuals depicted include Donald William McQuilling and his wife Carol Felicia Shriver McQuilling; Donald's father William McQuilling, William's sister Inez McQuilling and...

McSweeney, Angus Photographs and drawings from the Angus McSweeney architectural records.

Chiefly material related to the design and construction of St. Mary's Cathedral, San Francisco. Includes many photographs of the building and of design models, photographs of models by Enrico Manfrini for bronze doors, window design drawings by Seff Weidl, photographs...

McWilliams, Carey Papers relating to the Western Writers' Congress, 1936-1937.

The files include copies of letters written by McWilliams; letters from the secretaries of the Congress (Barbara Chevalier and Harry Carlisle) and from writers contacted, including Humphrey Cobb, Hildegarde Flanner, Elsa Gidlow, Fulmer Mood, Frank Scully, Upton Sinclair and Ella...

Meal tickets from the Finance Committee of the Relief and Red Cross funds, 1906 May 19-23.

Relief services meal tickets issued shortly after the 1906 earthquake and fire. Printed; each bearing a different date.

Mechanical drawings : architectural records : for San Francisco buildings, 1924-1936.

Heating equipment blueprints for the M. H. De Young Memorial Museum and the American Legion Memorial (Architect, Jas. T. Narbett). Electrical system blueprints for the Furniture Exchange and Merchandise Mart, 10th and Market, San Francisco.

Mechanics Institute, San Francisco correspondence, 1871-1879.

Primarily letters concerning rental or sale of property, meetings, memberships, gifts to the library, proposals for technical courses, and other business matters. Letters from the following included: Joseph S. Alemany, William Ashburner, Matilda Bancroft, William Curlett, John T. Doyle, A.S....

[Medals from the University Development and Alumni Relations records].

2 medals: 1) Keeping the Promise Campaign: front of medal bears profile portrait of Phoebe Apperson Hearst, with Latin inscription: LAVDENT EAM IN PORTIS OPERA EJVS. Back of medal commemorates the original medal awarded for the International Competition for the...

Medea Benjamin for Senate campaign materials, 2000.

Contains campaign materials for a Green Party candidate for U.S. Senator of California including a brochure, bumper sticker, issue positions flyers, handout, and a photocopy of a front page article about her from The Press Democrat in Santa Rosa, California.

Meder family papers, 1852-1892.

Include certified copy of birth certificate for Johann Meder and his passport, issued in Luxemburg, 1852; copy of U.S. patent for a crystal vein located in French Camp, 1892; and a miner's gold scale.

Megquire and Williams family portrait album [graphic]

Identified portraits include: O.W. Hurd, Louise and Vinnie Lionberger, Farrington, Jennie Bender, Grandma Reese, James Thompson, Mary R. Chester, Mary Chester Williams, Fred Williams, Fannie W. Davis, Hattie Williams, Mabel Foster, Lou Williams Hall, Willie H. Cravens, and J.L. Cravens.

Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute photographs.

Portraits of Clarence Darrow, Mary Kaufman, Carol King, Alexander Meiklejohn, and W.E.B. Du Bois.

Mejía, Ignacio Letters to Don Rene Bonnin, 1864-1868.

Written from New York and Mexico. Concerning fall of Oaxaca and Chihuahua to the French, Mejía's meeting with Juárez, the recapture of Chihuahua, and Mejía's appointment as Minister of War.

Mel Mason for governor of California campaign ephemera, 1982.

Contains campaign flyers, publications, reprints, one campaign button, and calendar of campaign events in San Francisco for June, 1982. Most of the literature concerns worker rights and opposition to nuclear power and the American intervention in El Salvador and contains...

Melchior Lechter correspondence, 1914-1937.

(V. 1) letters to Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Cohn concerning his paintings and drawings, with clippings showing some of his work and a few sketches pasted in; (v. 2) letter to Mrs. Cohn, May 3, 1918, concerning his ideas on...

Meldon E. Levine papers, 1975-1992.

Collection includes correspondence, background files, legislative materials, press releases, subject files, press clippings.

Melissa Price letters : East Chester, Westchester Co., N.Y., from bother J.M.S., Yreka, Calif., 1855, 1858.

Contains two letters to Melissa Price, her mother and sister[s] from her brother in Yreka, Calif., concerning the entitlement for War of 1812 soldiers and their widows to a land grant, gold mining in Yreka Flats, the Fraser River gold...

Mellus & Howard Company papers, 1837-1855.

Includes some correspondence to Henry Mellus, letters by W.D.M. Howard and letter from Mellus concerning state of trade in California. Also some miscellaneous papers.

Melone family photograph album.

Snapshots of home, family, friends and pets at the Oak Knoll estate. Captions indicate that the home was built ca. 1866 for R.B. Woodward by architect "Gaynor, of Palace Hotel fame." Includes some views relating to Harry Melone's student days...

Melville Best Anderson letters to Franklin E. Perham and other papers, 1901-1928.

Letters to Best's writing efforts, including translations from Dante, and to personal matters.

Melvin Calvin : chemistry and chemical biodynamics at Berkeley, 1937-1980 /

This interview with Melvin Calvin was recorded in a number of sessions between October of 1974 and March of 1978, as part of a series dealing with the development of nuclear research at Berkeley. It was conducted and edited by...

Melvin Calvin photograph albums [graphic].

Personnel, events, and facilities of the big-organic chemistry group at the Larwrence Radiation National Laboratory and the Department of Chemistry at the University of California at Berkeley. Includes snapshots of social activities, identification photos of students, faculty, and staff, and...

Melvin M. Webber papers, approximately 1950-2000.

Contains correspondence, writings, reprints, course notes, consulting files, etc.

Melvin M. Webber papers relating to BART stations, circa 1988-1995.

The papers include maps and blueprints of Bay Area Rapid Transit stations and other urban transit stations, as well as information to transit-planning studies in California and other states.

Melvin Moses Knight papers, 1919-1970 (bulk 1923-1942)

Collection consists chiefly of clippings and other printed material (some annotated), typescripts and notes related to Knight's research interests. Files relate to published works as well as courses taught. The folder headings were transcribed for the most part from the...

Mementos of your ship Bay Area.

Souvenir photographs of Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, U.S. Habor Boat San Leandro, and San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. The ferry San Leandro is carrying many U.S. military personnel.

Memoirs ... and narrative ... by Orange Clark, [undated].

Original manuscripts held by the Huntington Library.

Memoirs and notes on the Santa Maria oil fields : typescript, 1942.

Memoirs concern childhood in San Francisco, teaching in various parts of California, description of Santa Maria and discovery of oil there (7 l.).

Memoirs of Mariano Ruiz, [ca. 1925-1926]

Autobiographical account relating to his army career, ca. 1871-1926.

Memoirs of trip to California, life at Sutter's Fort and return to Switzerland : ms., 1846-1850.

Manuscript in German script - incomplete. Contents notes (8 p.) and section headings in red ink.

Memorandum on some of the engineering works of the Comstock at Virginia City and Gold Hill, Nevada : San Francisco, 1939.

Geological and historical background of the Comstock region; the Virginia & Truckee Railroad; water supply of the Comstock; wood and lumber industry, with photographic illustrations. From typescript owned by the Nevada Bureau of Mines.

Memorandum on the San Francisco Clearing House certificates of 1907-08 and related material, 1907-1909.

Correspondence (including letters from Frank B. Anderson, Chairman, Clearing House Loan Committee, and F.L. Lipman, Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank); Clearing House certificates; draft and copy of Professor Plehn's article, published by the Academy of Pacific Coast History.

Memoria de Raya por el mes de Diciembre de 1916 : Rosamorada, Tepic, Mexico : D.

Balance sheet, December, 1916. Gives names of men employed, their duties, wages, and other details; includes two receipts.

Memoria y Rason del Funeral y Entierro de Don Francisco de Ribas : Morelia, State, Mexico : ms., 1730-1746.

Incomplete. Accounts for funeral of Francisco de Rivas, with information on expenditures for the settlement of his estate. Accounts for the care and clothing of his daughter also included.

Memorials to Herbert E. Bolton : ms.

Tributes and recollections by various persons.

Memorias de un hombre de acción y pensamiento : oral history transcript / 2003.

Family and youth in Spain; education at the University of Barcelona, 1923-1926, and at the University of Madrid, 1926-1928, in law; career in the diplomatic services before and during the Spanish Civil War, 1930-1939; thoughts on Second Spanish Republic; marriage...

Memorias historicas de Don Francisco Arce : Salinas, Calif. : ms., 1877.

Dictation recorded at Salinas by Thomas Savage and Vicente P. Gomez, Apr., 1877. With introductory note by Savage (71 leaves; 31 cm.).

Memories from the Balkan War : Berkeley, Calif., 1956?

Autobiographical sketch, mainly concerning his participation in the Balkan War, 1912-1913; photocopy of article, San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 27, 1901, containing statements of Madoleff and other Macedonian patriots; poem, The march of the Macedonian Bulgarian Partisans.

Memories of a lifelong Richmond resident, 1912 to 1987 : oral history transcript / 1985.

Describes her family background and business, her childhood and education in Richmond (Calif.), and her working life at the Filice and Perrelli Canning Company. She also recalls Richmond's small town atmosphere of pre-World War II, the changes since then, and...

Memories of an old theatrical man : typescript, [ca. 1879-1931].

Volume 1: Reminiscences concerning his career as actor in San Francisco and elsewhere; his work with Edwin Booth and others; experiences as personal representative and manager of Lillian Russell; activities as stage manager. Volumes 2-4: Scrapbooks containing annotated programs, photographs,...

Memories of girlhood and the University : oral history transcript / and related material, 1978.

Recollections of childhood in San Francisco; the earthquake and fire; student days at the University of California, 1910-1914; Phoebe Apperson Hearst. Added to the interview: copy of chapter from Edgar Kahn's book, Cable Car Days in San Francisco, relating to...

Memories of San Francisco legal practice and State and Federal courts, 1920s - 1960s : oral history transcript / and related material, 1980-1981.

Comments on family and childhood in San Francisco; working as law clerk for Gavin McNab; law practice; serving on San Francisco Municipal Court, 1941-46, and as federal judge, District Court, Northern California, 1956-70.

Memories of the Richmond-San Rafael Ferry Company : oral history transcript / 1992.

Snodgrass discusses Blackfoot, Idaho; move to Richmond, California, 1923; Richmond-San Rafael Ferry Co., 1924-1956: description of ferry, fees and schedules, crews, accidents, labor disputes, WWII impact; ferrying prisoners to San Quentin; loss of downtown Richmond, 1950s-1960.

Memory book of Pacific Union College, Angwin, California, 1922-1923.

1 album containing photographs and original drawings.

[Mendocino County stereograph views from the Union Lumber Company records].

Stereograph views of Mendocino County, chiefly depicting logging activities and lumbering operations. Subjects include logging scenes, loggers' camps and various lumber mills, including Albion Mill, Caspar Mill and Noyo Mill. Also includes some views of natural scenery, a few scenes...

Mendocino land documents : DS, 1854-1857.

Concerns property in Mendocino belonging to William H. Kelly and his wife Eliza: deed from William Kasten, 1854 May 1; and indenture between Kelly and William Heeson, 1857 Sept. 26.

Mendocino Lumber Company records, circa 1907-1925.

Materials include invoices; manifests; order and balance ledgers; and time books.

Mendocino Presbyterian Church (Mendocino, Calif.) records : ms., 1852-1913.

Contents: History of organization of the church, minutes of sessions, register of ministers, and register of elders, trustees, communicants, baptisms, marriages and deaths.

Mercantile Library Association of Sacramento records, 1850-1851.

Contains correspondence, minutes, and financial records of the first library in Sacramento. Also includes a history of the library.

Mercantile Library Association of San Francisco records, 1850-1894 (bulk 1853-1861).

Contains correspondence, notices, reports, minutes, personnel files, book orders and inventories, financial records and ephemera documenting the establishment and early growth of San Francisco's oldest public-access library.

Merced County land papers, 1856-1878.

Mainly pre-emption notices.

Merced Gold Mining Co. copybooks, 1898-1903.

Includes supply copybook (305 leaves) of the Arbona Mine in Tuolumne County Calif. and letter copybook (414 leaves) of Merced Gold Mining Co., superintendent F.P. Mills based in Coulterville, Calif.

Mercedes Avenue streetscape.

Documentation of Mercedes Avenue and vicinity, Atascadero, Calif.

Meredith Miles Marmaduke papers, 1824-1825.

Includes a diary of his journey from Franklin, Missouri to Santa Fe, New Mexico, via the Santa Fe Trail and the Cimarron cutoff, there to engage in trade; with a description of Santa Fe and its inhabitants. Miscellaneous accounts, list...

Merrill F. McLane papers, 1940-1942.

Papers relating to hikes along segments of the John Muir Trail. Includes: "My diary for the summer of 1940," 1940 (27 pp., transcript); "Rambling in the Sierras," 1941 (13 pp.); "Along the crest of the Sierras," 1942(17 pp., fiction); related...

Merritt College Black Student Union collection, 1964-1983.

The bulk of the Merritt College Black Student Union collection is an array of event flyers documenting the activism that took place at Merritt College in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Also consists of an extensive collection of clippings...

Merritt family portraits.

Mainly portraits of Samuel, Henry, Almira and Isaac Merritt, and Catherine Garcelon. Includes unidentified family groups, portraits, and three photos of men on a construction project.

Merwin Kingsbury Hammond diaries and related material, 1852-1863, 1964-1987.

Consists of two diaries by Merwin Kingsbury Hammond, one detailing his overland journey to California in 1852, the other written in 1863; several manuscript and typescript transcriptions of the diary made by Hammond's great-granddaughter, Alice Jane Englebeck, as well as...

Mesow family scrapbooks, circa 1888-1931.

Contains family photographs, correspondence, clippings, some family genealogy, and legal documents. Scrapbook on Emma Bierwirth Mesow contains sympathy cards to her daughter Emma Fitch on the event of her death, information on their family, and family photographs. Scrapbook on Helen...

Metallurgical engineer : oral history transcript : Union Carbide, Bechtel, San Francisco Mining Associates; metallurgical consultant, 1953 to 2000 / 2001.

Education, Oregon State University, University of Wisconsin; Union Carbide Co., mineral processing research, solving materials, handling, radiation, viscosity problems; 1962-1981: Bechtel Engineers, chief metallurgical engineer, plant design and construction, plannng for startup, designing for environmental protection; Alberta tar sands; Palabora...

Metcalf, J. W. Photographs related to Arthur Rodgers, U.C. Regent 1883-1902 [graphic]

Two views of a late victorian style interior, possibly a home office or the law offices of Rodgers & Paterson in San Francisco. One image shows Arthur Rodgers seated next to another man (Van Rensselaer Paterson?) seated behind a desk.

Metcalf, Woodbridge Photographs from the Woodbridge Metcalf papers.

Chiefly research photographs depicting trees and forests of California and other locations. Also includes travel photographs, landscapes, individual and group portraits depcting Metcalf and his colleagues, various forestry activities, and domestic snapshots. Some specific subjects include cork oak, coast redwood,...

Mexican antiquities from the island of Sacrificious : from excavations made in the year 1840, by Captain Evan Nepean whilst in command of H.M. Ship Comus.

Well-executed drawings by Nepean depicting various pre-Colombian antiquities excavated under his supervision on Isla de Sacrificios, near Veracruz in the Gulf of Mexico. Objects depicted include vessels, plates, figurines, musical instruments and other pieces of pottery.

Mexican arts and crafts research material, [ca. 1950-1970]

Correspondence, subject files, notes, diaries, photographs, and maps concerning Mexican arts and crafts, particularly cochineal and textiles.

Mexican border : on the hike.

Silk banner illustrated with scene derived from a photograph of marching U.S. armed troops. Image was probably taken during the Mexican Expedition, or Punitive Expedition, in the vicinity of Columbus, New Mexico, following Pancho Villa's raid on the border town...

Mexican California : topics found in maritime manuscript materials, [undated].

Materials relating to Ogden's research on the maritime history of California.

Mexican church exteriors.

Chiefly unidentified church exteriors. Identifed views are: Sagrario [Metropolitano, Mexico City?], Sn. Francisco, Fontaine preste St. Thomas [fountain in front of church of St. Thomas], Queretaro San Agostin, and Marchuela . The single view that is not a church exterior...

Mexican family photograph albums [graphic].

Many well-captioned. Amateur and professional views.

Mexican government documents : La Paz, Mexico, 1863.

May 19, 1863. Manuscript document (2 p.), possibly from La Paz, Baja California, signed by W. Loaiza. One of the addressees appears to be a priest.

Mexican illustrated calendars.

Popular calendars from Mexico, illustrated by reproductions of paintings and photographs depicting various aspects of Mexico's culture, geography and history.

Mexican legal documents, 1670-1763 (bulk 1670-1700).

Collection of [31] unrelated manuscript legal documents (some incomplete) on stamped paper leaves for various two-year periods (1642-1643, 1654-1655,1656-1657, 1660-1661, 1668-1669,1673-1674, 1679-1680, 1699-1700, and 1762-1763). Thirty of the documents also bear the royal stamp of King Charles II for the...

Mexican legal documents relating to the missions in Alta and Baja California, 1786-1851 (bulk 1786-1789).

Collection of 13 unrelated manuscript legal documents concerning activities and transactions of the legal authorities of New Spain and the Catholic missions located throughout Baja and Alta California. They include viceregal notes to religious authorities regarding the missionaries, receipts for...

Mexican miscellany, 1521-1980 (bulk circa 1700-circa 1900).

Letters, manuscripts, documents, and other materials relating to Mexican history. Items in this collection are cataloged individually and can be searched under title: Mexican miscellany.

Mexican miscellany, circa 1620-1943 (bulk 1800-1943).

Assorted Mexican documents roughly sorted into the following subject catagories: commerce & finance; history & culture; military affairs; the Mexican Revolution; misc. legal & taxes; personal letters & papers; religion & the church; poetry; misc.

Mexican Mission papers, 1913-1931.

Consisting of microfilm and closed originals, the John Lind Mexican Mission Papers recount former Minnesota congressman (1883-1897 and 1903-1905) and governor (1899-1901) John Lind's diplomatic mission to Mexico in 1913-1914 during the Mexican Revolution as the personal representative of President...

[Mexican movie posters].

Original promotional posters for Mexican motion pictures, chiefly mainstream releases from the 1960s, representing a wide array of genres, directors, performers, etc.

Mexican photograph album [graphic].

Chiefly commercially produced views of Mexican towns and cities, public buildings, churches, monuments, antiquities, and scenic landscapes. Includes some scenes of people engaged in activities such as coffee production. Several views of a family in informal poses are present, possibly...

Mexican photograph albums of a German resident [graphic]

Largely views taken on outings to various parts of Mexico, apparently by groups of Germans residing there. Many views are group portraits, some of which are identified as a German gymnastic club. Several picture men drinking beer. Other views are...

Mexican political campaigns and activities of General Gabriel Leyva Velázquez.

Album documents political activities of General Gabriel Leyva Velázquez, governor of the state of Sinaloa. Also pictures politicians Adolfo Ruiz Cortines, Quintin Rueda Villagran, Efrain Aranda Osorio, and Braulio Maldonado, among others. Campaigns other than gubernatorial campaigns within Sinaloa may...

Mexican postcard collection.

Chiefly commercial, real photograph postcards of touristic views taken throughout Mexico. Several include reproductions of details of Mexican murals by Diego Rivera, as well as other artworks.

Mexican postcard views.

Includes street scenes, cityscapes, buildings, antiquities, building interiors, murals, people in traditional dress, bull fights, and other typical scenes for tourist postcards. Locations include Mexico City, Cuernavaca, Taxco, Xochimilco, Teotihuacán, Ensenada, Acapulco, Tijuana, and others. Postal viewbook contains color prints...

Mexican posters [graphic] : tourism and education promotion.

Primarily promotional art focusing on tourism and education. One education poster incorporates Nazi threat imagery and an Adolph Hitler quotation.

[Mexican refugees, Columbus, New Mexico real photograph postcards].

Real photograph postcards depicting refugees of the Mexican Revolution in Columbus, New Mexico.

Mexican revolution in Juárez [graphic]

Scenes from the Mexican Revolution including damaged buildings, soldiers carrying weapons, barricades, canons, etc. Some events relate to Villa Pancho.

Mexican Revolution in Sonora photograph collection [graphic].

Chiefly snapshot photographs taken during the Mexican Revolution, depicting scenes in Sonora, Mexico. Includes numerous street scenes and views of the towns of Guaymas, Empalme and Hermosillo, as well as the United States border town of Naco, Arizona. Photographs depict...

Mexican revolution manuscript miscellany, circa 1811-1948 (bulk 1909-1932)

Correspondence, military documents, land claims, petitions, clippings, articles, essays and other records.

[Mexican Revolution photographs pertaining to Francisco I. Madero].

Photographs documenting the Mexican Revolution taken chiefly during Francisco I. Madero's term as President of Mexico. Many scenes depict Madero in public, or in groups with other politicians, generals and/or other figures associated with the revolution. A few images also...

Mexican Revolution postcards.

Chiefly commercial, real photograph postcards of scenes pertaining to the Mexican Revolution. Photographs depict war casualties, soldiers, artillery, military encampments, prisoners of war, parades and other public demonstrations, and la Decena Trágica. Among the individuals depicted are Pancho Villa (one...

Mexican scenes and Santa Catalina Island views [graphic]

Views show views of Mexico City (many), Guadalupe, Cuernavaca, Tampico, and other towns. Scenes include outdoor markets, grass huts, peddlers and street vendors (some selling baskets and sombreros), wood carriers, burros carrying loads, women at work (washing clothes, grinding grain,...

Mexican travel album /

Scrapbook containing photographs, postcards, clippings and ephemera which document the travels of Corkran in Mexico. Pages are illustrated in white with sketches reflecting the themes of the photographic images. Initially, pages are arranged and labelled thematically: money, gateways, agua caliente...

Mexican views.

Includes general views of cities and street views with crowds visible.

Mexican views from the Roberts collection [graphic]

Primarily photos from Sonora, Mexico, including many views of Arizpe and area, a church at Alamos, a mission at Caborca, and ruins of mission Cocospera.

Mexican views [graphic].

Album of 7 commercially produced views and 72 high quality amateur views taken during a trip through Mexico by an unidentified party from the U.S.A. Views include cityscapes, street scenes, people, architecture, flora, etc. Among the locations depicted are Mexico...

Mexican War of Reform documents, 1858.

Ten manuscript documents describing events in the Veracruz area, a stronghold of the reform forces, beginning on February 23, 1858, about a month after a coup spearheaded by General Félix Zuloaga, the choice of the generals and the Catholic clergy...

Mexican-American War documents, 1846-1849.

Includes personal and military correspondence and military orders. Typed biographical notes accompany many of the items belonging to enlisted men.

Mexico 1938.

Snapshot photograph album documenting a trip through Mexico in 1938 by unidentified tourists. Points of interest depicted inculde Mexico City, Xochimilco, San Luis Potosí, Toluca, Cholula, Río Laja, Bojai, Teotihuacán, the volcanoes Popocateptel and Ixtaccihurtl, Taxco, Cuernavaca, and Puebla. The...

Mexico City administrative records, 1784-1820.

Collection of 7 unrelated manuscript documents relating to administrative matters of Mexico City, Mexico. One document is on stamped paper leaves for the two-year period 1804 and 1805 and bears the Spanish royal stamp of King Charles IV. Contents include...

Mexico City documents regulating carriages for hire, 1813.

Contains 3 documents including: detailed regulations for the service of carriages for hire in the City of Mexico; a manuscript list of owners, the location of the carriages, size and number of vehicles, and days of service; a manuscript listing...

Mexico City, Mesa de Propios y Rentas records for 1736 : Mexico City : DS, 1736 Jan. 2-1737 Nov. 15.

Records of the Mexico City Board of Municipal Real Estate and Revenue for transactions of 1736, with a few belated receipts signed in 1737. Contains orders and receipts for payment of salaries and other expenses, such as bills for building,...

[Mexico City photograph album documenting mid-20th century modernization].

Ledger book containing professional photographs that document the modernization of Mexico City during the early years of the "Mexican Miracle" ("Milagro mexicano") and coinciding with the presidencies of Miguel Alemán Valdés and Adolfo Ruiz Cortines, who are both depicted at...

[Mexico City photographs taken after the 1985 earthquake].

Snapshot views taken in Mexico City during the aftermath of the 1985 earthquake, depicting damage to buildings, sidewalks and other structures.

Mexico (City) Secretaría de Salubridad y Asistencia records 1569-1838.

Mainly material relating to religious institutions and their hospitals (especially the Royal Convent of Jesús María and the Church of San Pedro with its affiliated hospital, confraternity and school), including accounts of expenditures and architectural records.

Mexico, Laws, statutes, etc., bandos y comunicaciones oficiales : mss., and printed items, 1744-1843.

Negative microfilm of official communications and decrees, mainly rinted.

Mexico miscellany, 1822-1892.

Contains the following: 1. A document of 1 p. addressed to Rafael Pérez Maldonado, minister of finance, May 10, 1822, regarding a voluntary gift and loan fund. 2. Letter of 1 p. to Fray Pablo Vivar, February 1, 1823. 3....

[Mexico photograph album].

Photobook comprising views and scenes of various locations throughout Mexico, including Guadalajara, Zamora, Morelia, Chapala and Lake Chapala, Pátzcuaro, Uruapan, Parícutin, Mexico City, Xochimilco, Teotihuacán, Acapulco, Taxco, San Miguel de Allende and Querétaro.

Mexico photographs from the George McClelland Foster papers [graphic].

Research photographs taken by George M. Foster during his many trips to Mexico. Numerous locations and subjects are depicted.

[Mexico portfolios].

Portfolio I: Colegio de Propaganda Fide de la Santa Cruz,Querétaro); Colegio de Propaganda Fide de San Fernando, Mexico City. Portfolio II: Colegio de Propaganda Fide de San Fernando, Mexico City; Misión San Miguel Concá; Misión Santiago de Jalpan. Portfolio III:...

Mexico. Secretaría del despacho de instrucción pública y bellas artes. Seccion de Pagaduria. Records of the Secretaría del despacho de instrucción pública y bellas artes. Seccion de Pagaduria, 1915 January- March.

One volume of duplicate receipts for services and goods, mainly for primary and secondary instruction in Vera Cruz, with information on salaries of teachers, principals of schools, etc. With this, related loose documents, Sept.-Oct. 1915.

Meyer family papers, 1850-2008.

The collection consists of materials on the family history of Daniel Meyer. Family lines documented include those associated with the following surnames: Rosenthal, Juda, Meyer, Blochman, Koenigswarter, Sheeline, and Hoexter. Included in the collection are newspaper clippings; interviews with relatives...

Meyer Heller papers, 1934-2001 (bulk 1950-1962).

The Meyer Heller papers consist primarily of correspondence from 1950-1962, which includes letters from his radio audience providing an interesting insight into public opinion of the time and letters from his colleagues that document the decision making process of Rabbis...

M.G. Upton correspondence, 1867-1878.

Mainly letters written to family from San Francisco.

M.H. Pierce & Company records, 1852-1900.

Include bills of lading, receipts, drafts, checks.

M.H. Walker papers relating to the ship Olive S. Southard of San Francisco, 1876-1889.

Documents, principally receipts and personnel records, concerning the ship Olive S. Southard, Captain M.H. Walker, Master. The Southard sailed in and out of San Francisco and other Pacific Coast ports, loading and unloading, stocking its stores from establishments in San...

Mi actuación Revolucionaria en el Estado de Yucatán, 1918 Dec.

Mounted clippings of articles published in El Universal, giving an account of his revolutionary activities in the Yucatán.

Michael Caminetsky papers, 1869-1970.

The collection consists primarily of personal and legal documents from Michael Caminetsky's life in Imperial Russia, including his Russian language army registration (1876), his family's merchant license (1869), a death certificate for a family member (possibly a brother), a passport...

[Michael Charles DeCarlo snapshot collection of gay pride and drag events in Los Angeles, San Francisco and elsewhere].

Snapshot photographs documenting social activities of Michael Charles DeCarlo of Redondo Beach, particularly gay pride parades, drag parties and other gatherings he attended in Los Angeles, San Francisco and elsewhere, chiefly in the 1970s and 1980s. Images include pride parade...

Michael Cieply collection of materials for The Hearsts: family and empire, the later years, circa 1950s-1980s.

Clippings, notes, research material, drafts of book co-authored with Lindsay Chaney.

[Michael D. Cooper collection of fruit crate labels].

Fruit crate labels for various brands, chiefly from California, Arizona and Mexico. Most labels are illustrated. Brands include Atlas, Strength, Red C, Chimes, Dr. Forbes, Hi-Shine, Cal State, Cal-taste, There is no nicer, Kathy Anne, Lepe, Mendota, Tri Quality, Farmerette,...

Michael E. Tarter papers, 1965-2009.

Contains course files, correspondence, administrative files, research notebooks, etc.

Michael Flürscheim papers, [ca. 1888-1903].

Letters from Karl Du Prel, Theodor Herzl, Theodor Hertzka, Henry George, George J. Holyoake, George von Gizycki, Friedrich Naumann, Helene Raff, Werner Sombart, Bertha Suttner and Alfred R. Wallace, reflecting their mutual interests in land and monetary reform, and utopian...

Michael Fried papers, 1899-1937.

Newspaper clippings which Rabbi Fried gathered relating to a variety of his concerns as well as some"letters to the editor" that he wrote, materials relating to his rabbinate, including a few handwritten sermons and a photocopy of a scrapbook from...

Michael Fuss papers, ca. 1970-1972.

Proposals, draft proposals, and reports regarding Michael Fuss' work in the development of disabled services at the University of California, Berkeley and in the larger community, specifically the Physically Disabled Students Program (later the Disabled Students Program), the Rolling Quads,...

Michael J. McCloskey papers, 1961-2006.

Includes subject files, speeches, articles, correspondence, reports, and personal files. Also contains notes, memoranda, and correspondence on Sierra Club priorities; budget and statistical reports, policy guides, handbooks and other Sierra Club administrative files.

Michael Joseph Hagerty papers.

Includes papers concerning Hagerty's work on citrus fruit and other agricultural products in China.

Michael L. Fischer papers, 1965-2007.

The papers contain recent correspondence and term papers written by Fischer while he was pursuing a Master's Degree in City Planning in the Department of City and Regional Planning, University of California, Berkeley, 1967.

Michael M. Zarchin papers, 1917-1966.

The collection contains correspondence, newspaper columns, and other manuscripts, artifacts, educational materials, and Zarchin's master's thesis: "Railroad Wage Awards in the United States since 1915."

Michael Martin papers, 1859-1864.

A trader on Green River, killed in 1860. Martin's estate was probated by Judge William A. Carter, from whose papers these have been segregated: Account book, June, 1859-December, 1860; letter to Thomas Papan & Co., Green River, September 1, 1860;...

Michael McCloskey Sierra Club papers, 1950-1999.

Papers relating to Michael McCloskey's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Michael McClure papers : additions, circa 1972.

Michael McClure papers, circa 1963-1975 (BANC MSS 76/91 c).

Michael McClure papers, circa 1963-1975.

Manuscripts of The Mad Cub and Untitled Novel 1963; printer's copy and corrected galleys for Fleas 189-196 with letters and other material relating to its publication; flyers for poetry readings. Material relating to his play, The Beard, including letters from...

Michael McClure papers relating to Meat science essays, 1962-1963.

Corrected typescript of McClure's Meat science essays (carbon and ribbon), prepared for the printer, with a set of galley proofs corrected and signed by McClure. Also, 7 pages of notes by Lawrence Ferlinghetti concerning the book, and a postcard from...

Michael McClure pictorial collection [graphic].

Photographs, drawings, prints and other pictorial items collected by Michael McClure.

Michael Mikel collection of Burning Man materials, 1990-2013.

Contains Burning Man ephemera, sketches, spreadsheets, printouts, guides, maps, articles, media guides, legal documents, organizational notes, calendars, VHS videocassetes, DVDs, other publications and articles about the Burning Man event, a periodical index to Burning Man articles (1991-1997), an unpublished history...

Michael Minassian papers, circa 1923-1936.

Correspondence, notes, writings, and transcriptions of articles concerning Armenian people and culture.

Michael Pachovas papers, 1969-2016.

Contains correspondence, posters, and subject files.

Michael Rossman papers, circa 1964-1966.

Contains materials mostly related to the Free Speech Movement at the University of California at Berkeley including flyers, literature, personal accounts, and newspaper clippings, and personal accounts. Also includes some materials related to other political issues such as the Vietnam...

Michael Rothenberg papers.

Michael Rothenberg papers, BANC MSS 2011/250, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Michael Semler papers, 1926-1951.

Contains documents and photographs that relate to the experiences of Michael Semler's family, which was originally from Germany but relocated to the San Francisco Bay Area before, during, and after the Holocaust. It consists primarily of corresondence between friends and...

Michel Gelobter papers, circa 1980-2005.

Papers relating to Gelobter's work as a climate strategist.

[Michel Kady promotional prints of California scenes].

Color lithographic prints promoting leisure, recreation and tourism in California. Subjects of scenes depicted include golfing, beach-going, San Francisco's Chinatown, ferryboats at a crowded dock, a miner and priest at a California Mission, boating (perhaps on Lake Tahoe) and a...

Michel Weill papers, 1960-1974.

The folder contains a photograph of Michel Weill and biographical information from a newspaper clipping and from the Notable LIving Men and Women of California publication.

Michele Perrault Sierra Club papers, 1982-1986.

Papers relating to Michele Perrault's involvement in the Sierra Club.

[Michelle Maria Boleyn photograph of Jack Micheline].

Photograph of San Francisco poet Jack Micheline gesturing, holding a can of beer, perhaps at a poetry reading. Photograph features artistic superimposition of multiple images.

Michelle Vignes photograph archive.

Project documentation, contact sheets and photographs (work prints), filed by subject. Files on projects of small or moderate size (divided into "California" and "Beyond California") are followed by files for three more voluminous topics: Native Americans and the American Indian...

[Michelle Vignes photographs of events in the San Francisco Bay Area].

Images include the Human Be In (1967), Ken Kesey and the Merry Prankster's "Further" bus (1967), a "bunny" in the dressing room at the San Francisco Playboy Club (1968), images related to the draft during the Vietnam War (1968), the...

[Michiko Fujita photograph album of Japanese Americans in the 1940s].

Chiefly snapshots, with several portraits, richly documenting Japanese American life shortly before and during the Second World War. Compiled by Michiko Fujita, a young woman living with her family in California, the album depicts everyday activities, travels, family, friends and...

Middle Fork Stanislaus River Bridge [graphic]

Views of Middle Fork Stanislaus River Bridge (Dardanelle Bridge), California State Highway 108 at Middle Fork Stanislaus River, Dardanelle vicinity, Tuolumne County, Calif.

Middle Yuba Canal and Water Company records, 1853-1915 (bulk 1875-1879).

Constitution and by-laws. North San Juan, 1853; Minutes to June 1858, and information on the sale and transfer of stock also included. With this, payrolls, miscellaneous correspondence and accounts, deeds and legal papers relating to litigation over mining property in...

Midwinter Fair, San Francisco, January 1894. San Francisco earthquake and fire, 1906.

Chromolithographs depict the 1894 Midwinter Fair; photographic prints depict damage resulting from the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906.

Migrant labor housing /

Album contains brief text followed by original photographic prints that exemplify good housing conditions for migrant laborers. Views include interiors and exteriors of barracks, sanitary and cooking facilities, and dining halls. Several photographs include laborers.

Migrant Workers of America ephemera, 1975-1992.

Contains original brochures and related materials concerning the founding and organizing activities of a migrant worker advocacy organization. Materials include 7 original pen-and-ink drawings used to produce coloring books for migrant children, 1 coloring book, 3 paste-up pages used in...

Migration of a working family : from the San Joaquin Valley to the Richmond shipyards, 1942 : oral history transcript / 1986.

Describes her family's move from the Midwest to the San Joaquin Valley in 1937, agricultural work, their move to Richmond in 1942 to work in the Kaiser shipyards, health conditions there, asbestosis, war-time rationing, the shipyard closure, Filice and Perelli...

Miguel Avila papers, 1849.

Mainly public notices as alcalde of San Luis Obispo. Include papers relating to the trial of the Indian Ildefonso, witnessed by José Mariano Bonilla and Inocente García, and letters from H.W. Halleck.

Miguel de la Grúa y Talamanca Branciforte letters.

Regarding sending priests to California missions.

Miguel Estudillo papers, [ca. 1890-1930]

Correspondence, subject file, letterpress copy books, publications, scrapbooks, court transcripts, briefs and opinions, speeches, and account books concerning his life and activity as an attorney. Some materials reflect his involvement as representative of those whose property was condemned by the...

[Miguel Gandert photograph collection].

Photographs chiefly documenting rituals, ceremonies and everyday lives of Indo-Hispano (mestizo) peoples of New Mexico and the broader upper Rio Grande Valley. Also includes portraits, street scenes, public events and other views. Numerous images appear in Gandert's book Nuevo México...

Miguel M. de Pinillos cuentas : Cadiz, Spain, 1840 July 8.

Bills for purchase of furniture, and for shipping the furniture to Malaga.

Miguel S. and Fidelia P. Morales papers, circa 1921-1962 (bulk 1921-1934).

Contains mostly manuscript and typescript correspondence addressed to a Guatemalan-American family living in Northern California. Some correspondence is from Guatemala. One typescript letter on letterhead stationery of the Guatemalan Consulate in San Francisco. Also includes a modern certificate of baptism...

Mike Darby's photo album.

Young men and women on outings, at leisure. Includes Yosemite, Monterey, Big Basin, Russian River, etc.

Mike Foster papers on Franklin Rhoda, 1986-1988.

Box 1 contains photocopies of Rhoda's diaries and writings, biographical materials on Rhoda, and Foster's correspondence about Rhoda and his project on Rhoda; Box 2 contains Foster's manuscript on Rhoda, "Summits to reach: an annotated edition of Franklin Rhoda's Report...

Mike Hayden photograph archive [graphic]

California wilderness areas, flora & fauna, rivers, recreation, etc. Includes signed publication permissions and magazine clippings containing Hayden's photographs.

Mike L. Yager correspondence : to James P. Yager, 1863-1865.

An Irishman, originally from Kentucky, writes (6 letters, 16 p.) to his cousin James in West Walker River, California, about his circumstances and work looking for gold and other business opportunities in Nevada and California. Addressed mostly from Washoe City,...

[Mike Mandel baseball photographer trading cards].

Trading cards depicting 134 photographers, most of them American, prominent circa the mid-1970s. Light-hearted portraits of subjects posing as baseball players in action, most of them wearing the cap of a Major League Baseball team associated with the city where...

Miklos D.F. Udvardy papers, 1947-1995.

Consists of personal and professional correspondence, as well as records concerning the Cooper Ornithological Society. Box 1: Bird Banding, 1976-1983; Cooper Ornithological Society records and correspondence, 1954-1975. Box 2: Cooper Ornithological Society records and correspondence, 1976-1981; correspondence, 1947-1966. Box 3:...

Mildred Ada Tanner papers, approximately 1950-1952.

Contains a photocopy excerpt (18 pages) from a typescript memoir titled, "Memoirs of the life and times of Mildred Tanner." The excerpt covers Tanner's employment as a housemother and secretary from 1950 to 1952 at Westminster House, a dormitory for...

Mildred Albronda papers, circa 1970-1998.

Research materials and drafts of biographies on hearing-impaired California artists Douglas Tilden (sculptor), Theophilus Hope D'Estrella (photographer), and Granville Redmond (painter). Research materials include correspondence, research notes, reprints of articles, copies of exhibition and auction catalogs, slides, clippings, and index...

Mildred E. Van Every papers, 1917-1993.

Collection contains correspondence (box 1), day books (box 1-2), an oral history interview and photographs (box 2) which document Van Every's career as a social worker working with California Indians.

Miles family. Letters to Cecilia Graham, 1931-1932.

Correspondence concerning their activities in California and Minnesota.

Miles Palmerton letter to Joshua F. Seaman.

Handwritten letter from a gold miner in Sacramento, California to a friend in Malta, New York. Contains details of his activities as a storeowner, quartz and gold miner, and descriptions of California life. He also writes, "... the gambling houses...

Milicent Washburn Shinn papers, 1889-1935.

Includes correspondence, publications, and research papers in support of Milicent W. Shinn's writings on child development.

Milicent Washburn Shinn papers, circa 1882-1906.

Letters written to her, many from contributors to the Overland Monthly or commenting on her editorship of the magazine; and school compositions written by her and her sister. Correspondents include May Cheney, Samuel L. Clemens, Richard W. Gilder, Daniel C....

Military and other photographs from the Eli Lundy Huggins papers [graphic]

Collection shows portraits of E.L. Huggins and others relating to his military career in the American West, China and the Phillipines. Includes views of military scenes, statues, officers (including those at Fort Mason and Alcatraz in 1867-68), troops at Fort...

Millard, Betty [Photographs from the Betty Millard collection of Margaret Wentworth Owings materials].

Chiefly snapshots documenting the family life of Margaret Wentworth Owings, her first husband Malcolm Millard, their daughter Wendy Owings and her family. Also includes paintings by Margaret Wentworth Owings depicting a colonial town in Mexico (C folder 1); a view...

Miller & Lux ledger, Nov. 30, 1912 - July 28, 1915 : and accompanying map, undated.

Ledger of various expenditures with related enclosures tipped in. Undated map (photocopy), partially colored, of lands along the Fresno River labeled in part "Heirs of Chs. Lux" and "Henry Miller."

Miller & Lux records : relating to Bloomfield Farm, 1860-1961.

Included are general correspondence, 1922-1926, among company officials; newspaper articles regarding the history of Miller and Lux, Inc. and the celebrated 1954 Trust fraud case; a sketch of the Poso Farm house plan; a report on the registered cattle herd;...

Miller family letters, 1856-1858.

Concerns family life and interests in California and elsewhere.

Miller, Juanita Joaquina Photographs from the Juanita Joaquina Miller papers [graphic].

Includes photos of Juanita Joaquina Miller and photos relating to her. Also includes set of postcards pertaining to Joaquin Miller and the Joaquin Miller Hights, Oakland, Calif.

Miller, Loye Photographs from the Loye Holmes Miller papers.

Chiefly family portraits, childhood, family gatherings, and colleagues, and Loye Miller's son Alden H. Miller at age 7, from Berkeley and Los Angeles, and Yosemite naturalist classes conducted by Miller in 1921 (students mainly women and children). Includes photograph of...

Miller, Russell R. Photographs from the Russell R. Miller papers.

Snapshots of the Miller congressional campaign and negatives of Miller's opponent, William Maillard. Additions include portraits and snapshots of Miller, of other political campaigns, and of other politicians, especially Jerry Brown, as well as John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy,...

Miller, William Letters written to William Miller : mss., 1831-1838.

Include letter from the Peruvian Minister of the Interior, José María Gardiano, concerning a petition of Pablo Antonio Barrios.

[Millie Almy travel scrapbooks from the Harold E. Jones Child Study Center records additions].

Scrapbooks of photographs, postcards and miscellaneous ephemera pertaining to Almy's travels to various locations, including the Western U.S. and Western Canada (1959); Greece (1967); Israel (1982); Egypt (1982); Hong Kong, Singapore, Jakarta, Bali and Bangkok (1987); and Japan (1989 and...

[Millie Robbins research file on the Neptune Society Columbarium, San Francisco].

Professional photographs of the Neptune Society Columbarium (also known as San Francisco Columbarium). Papers include clippings, correspondence, a press release, a historical narrative and brochure, all pertaining to history, ownership and renovation of the columbarium shortly after its acquisition by...

Mills Seminary, Seminary Park, Alameda Co., Cal. /

Includes views of women, men, buildings, and seminary grounds.

Milo Hoadley diary and related papers, 1848-[ca. 1856].

Typed transcripts of: diary (Dec. 4, 1849-May 5, 1850); letters (1855-1856) to James King of William and J.P. Overton; miscellaneous notes (including accounts for woodyard and Market Street Railway) Also, notes on Bryant & Sturgis accounts (1837-1840)

Milo Jasper Goss correspondence with his wife : typescript, 1849-1853.

Letters to his wife provide: account of his journey to California via Panama; description of his mining ventures at Oak Bar; experience as a merchant in Sacramento and in San Francisco; account of fires in San Francisco. Also includes letters...

Milpitas blacksmith shop, Milpitas, California [graphic].

Exterior and interior views of the Winsor Blacksmith Shop of Milpitas, Calif. taken prior to the demolition of the structure to build a new public library and garage.

Milton F. Lamaster letters : California, to Joseph E. Lamaster, 1849-1917 (bulk 1849-1894)

Fifteen letters from Milton Lamaster to his brother, chiefly describing his overland travels to the California gold diggings in 1852, and then to British Columbia in 1858. He describes the cost of food and provisions, his trip across the plains,...

Milton Hall letters to his father, 1852-1854.

Letters concern life in San Francisco, with comments on business and economic conditions there, fire fighting and politics; and experiences mining at Green Mountain Bar.

Milton Harry Schwartz scrapbooks, [1896-1952].

Kept while a student at Santa Cruz High School and a member of the Class of 1901, University of California, Berkeley. Contain clippings of articles, many written by Schwartz (some for the Occident), theater programs and photographs. At end of...

Milton Hildebrand letters : transcripts, to family, 1941-l942.

Description of the University of California expedition to El Salvador to collect specimens of mammals, fossils and plants.

Milton Hildebrand Sierra Club papers, 1947-1965.

Papers relating to Milton Hildebrand's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Milton Lott papers circa 1955-1995.

Primarily drafts and manuscripts of books, including: The Last Hunt; White Horn, Red Horn; The Black Bull; and Backtrack. Also includes many composition notebooks with story ideas and notes. There is one folder each of correspondence, photographs, and notes, a...

Milton S. Latham papers, 1853-1866.

Contains Milton S. Latham's letter of resignation from the governorship of California after the state legislature elected him to a newly vacant U.S. Senate seat, personal and official handwritten correspondence as governor, senator, and private citizen, and an addendum to...

Milton Salkind and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music : oral history transcript / 1995.

In addition to Salkind, includes interviews with Elizabeth Elkus, Agnes Albert, Ava Jean Pischel Brumbaum, Zaven Melikian, May Kurka, and Colin Murdoch.

[Milton Snow aerial photographs of Arizona and New Mexico].

Tse Bonita Wash at Tse Bonito, New Mexico -- Residential section, Window Rock, Arizona -- Untitled view of residential area of Window Rock, unsigned.

Milton Thomas Farmer correspondence, 1913-1918.

Contains 12 letters to and from California Governor Hiram W. Johnson, and the Oil Industry Association discussing Barclay McCowan, Farmer's appointment to the bench, and about the Oil Industry in California.

Mimeograph material relating chiefly to the Young Buddhist Association's activities during the World War II internment, ca. 1943-1945.

Periodicals, songs, programs and printed ephemera from Tule Lake & Poston, and from the detention camp at Santa Fe, New Mexico.

[Miné Okubo drawings of Japanese Americans at Topaz internment camp].

Drawings of Japanese American internees at Topaz internment camp (officially known as Central Utah Relocation Center) in Topaz, Utah during World War II. Each drawing features a large central portrait surrounded by small, often humorous vignettes depicting living conditions of...

Minas Nuevas Mining Company records, 1881-1893.

Letters, written by Louis Janin, James D. Hague and others, regarding the operation of the Mexican silver mine (Alamos?) and distribution of shares and selling of stock, and information on activities of Henry Janin.

Mine doctor's wife in Mexico during the 1920s : oral history transcript / 1996.

Marian Lane discusses her childhood in Indiana as Winnie Ruth McKinnell, her marriage to Dr. William Judd, social life in Mexican mining camps and raids by bandits, her work in Phoeniz, Arizona, as a medical secretary to support her husband...

Mine shafts in Ely, Nevada [graphic]

Photos show the Saxton Shaft (on verso: Property of the McKinley and Smelting Co. [sic]) and the Giroux Shaft (property of the Giroux Consolidated Co.) in Ely, Nevada.

Mine views from the Sidney A. Tibbetts papers and reports [graphic]

Detailed photographs, apparently of the Victory Mine, near Colfax, Calif.

Mine Workers Protective League membership application cards, 1936-1940.

2400 3 x 5 inch membership application cards for the Mine Workers Protective League of Nevada County, California. Each card lists the miner's name, mine, beneficiary, and sponsor. As a whole, the card file presents a census of active miners...

Mineral de La Luz photograph album [graphic].

Photographs depict mining facilities, miners, mine officials and mining scenes pertaining to the Mineral de La Luz silver mine near La Luz, Guanajuato, Mexico. Photographs also depict views of other nearby mining operations such as Las Palmas, San Juan, San...

Mineral education generalist, professor of metallurgy and mineral processing, 1951-1998 : oral history transcript / 2003.

Childhood and education in South Dakota, 1923 to 1948; Montana School of Mines, 1948 to 1950; working at Climax Molybdenum Company, 1950-51, 1953; teaching and graduate studies, 1951-1957; Kennecott Copper Corporation, 1957, Union Carbide Corporation, 1957 to 1967; Pennsylvania State...

Mines, markets, and scenes in Cananea, Mexico.

Photographs show mines in Cananea (Sonora, Mexico), police escorting W.C. Greene, Mexican houses and street scenes, identified buildings in Cananea, a market scene, a Cinco de Mayo celebration, a child with a burro, adobe buildings, and a surveying crew.

Miniature postcards of San Francisco [graphic]

Views show San Francisco buildings, tourist attractions, and scenes.

Minier, John F. Letters to Harriet C. Huggins : Philippine Islands, 1908-1912.

Comments on his life teaching and supervising industrial education in the Islands.

Mining and construction engineer, industrial management consultant, 1936 to the 1990s : oral history transcript / 1993.

Ward discusses his education at the University of California College of Mines; his work during the Depression in California, Arizona, and Idaho; his work with various mining companies as a construction engineer between 1946 and 1965; his career with the...

Mining and domestic views related to George Cullen Pearson of Kelsey, Calif.

Domestic views show many interiors of homes, including a living room and detailed views of a kitchen with kitchen equipment and a Chinese cook. Also included are Pearson's family and friends, portraits of G.C. Pearson, and many pictures of the...

Mining and other Grass Valley photographs related to the Dorsey family [graphic]

Family photographs show the Dorsey residence in Grass Valley, Calif. from the interior and exterior. General and street views of Grass Valley show the convent and church, the old mill, large groups of men picnicking, horseracing at Glenbrook Park, etc....

Mining and other Nevada scenes.

Views of town of Rawhide, Nevada with mines in the background (one view shows the Rawhide Mining and Milling Co.). One view of a parade scene in Reno; one view of the Tonopah mining scene; and a bird's-eye view of...

Mining and other views from Alaska.

Mining subjects include miners, camps, pack trains, mines, etc. Other views show Alaskan scenery, early settlers, Indians and cabins. Some views taken near Valdez, Alaska.

Mining and other western scenes.

Subjects include the King Coal Mining Co. (Washington), San Juan Teotihuacan (Mexico), and nature scenes of Hawaii.

Mining borax, shaft-freezing in potash mines, U.S. Borax, Inc., 1954 to 1988 : oral history transcript / 1994.

Kendall discusses his father striking it rich in 1900 in Tonopah, Nevada, and other historical mining events; his own experiences mining in Boron, Calif., and Saskatchewan.

Mining career with ASARCO, Kaiser Steel, Consolidation Coal, Homestake, 1955 to 1995 : oral history transcript : junior engineer to chariman of the board / 2001.

Childhood in Depression years; Colorado School of mines; from junior engineer to shift boss with ASARCO, mine operation, mining methods; Kaiser Steel, Eagle Mountain iron mine, experiments with new equipment, explosives, management of operations, company housing; Balmer coal mine, B.C.,...

Mining engineer and executive, 1935 to 1981 : oral history transcript / 1992.

Havard discusses his family background; his years as a mining engineer and executive, with United States Gypsum Company, Pabco, Fibreboard Corp., and Kaiser Engineers.

Mining engineer, consultant, and entrepreneur in Nevada and Utah, 1934-1992 : oral history transcript / 1993.

Arentz discusses his childhood in Nevada and Washington, D.C.; working in mines in Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, and Utah; employment of Black miners furloughed from the army during world War II; changes in mining methods, organization, and equipment.

Mining in Trinity County (Calif.) and Shasta County (Calif.) photograph album.

Snapshot photographs depicting various mines, miners, and operations of the Globe Mine (Trinity County) and Mammoth Mine (Shasta County). Snapshots also depict the surrounding Trinity and Shasta County landscapes, as well as miners' families.

Mining lawyer and executive : oral history transcript : U. S. Potash Company, U. S. Borax, 1933-1962 / 1986.

Contains his recollections of early California mining, his move from the National Park Service in 1933 to become president of U. S. Potash, and his experiences in mining. He also speaks of the University of California at Berkeley, and his...

Mining life in California

Two tear sheets with prints illustrating article on lifestyle of gold miners in California. Subjects of illustrations include Chinese miners, miners cooking over campfire in mountains, miners dancing, and miners playing gambling card games Monte and Faro.

Mining operations and engineering executive for Anaconda, Newmont, Homestake, 1950 to 1995 : oral history transcript / 1996.

Humphrey discusses his family background, and education at the University of Arizona; his work as a mining engineer in Mexico, Peru and Africa; his career with the Anaconda and Homestake Mining companies, and the McLaughlin Mine; and being chair of...

Mining photographs from the Bradley family papers [graphic].

Bulk are 8x10 photographs of the Stibnite / Yellow Pine Mine site and smelter in Stibnite, Idaho; people touring the new smelter; and a picnic. These presumably relate to the career of Worthen Bradley and, possibly, his father Frederick Worthen...

Mining photographs from the Wallace G. Macgregor papers.

Mining photographs show the Globe Mine in Dedrick (Trinity County, California), the Planet-Saturn Mining Company in Fools Gulch, Arizona, and others. Other related views show mining equipment, pack trains, and construction. Macgregor fire hoses being demonstrated in Oakland and Emeryville...

Mining photographs of Boulder Creek and the Atlin, British Columbia mining district [graphic] /

Includes town views of Dawson (Yukon) and Atlin (B.C.), Surprise Lake, and Boulder Creek. Landscapes, dog sleds, miners, group portraits, hydraulic mining operations, flumes, and sluices are among the images. The development of the hydraulic mining operation is particularly well...

Mining scenes in the Comstock Lode [graphic]

Includes a general view of Virginia City, a silver mine, interiors of a smelter and a pan mill (quick silver works), a street scene in Virginia City, and a mine shaft.

Mining views at Bodie, Calif.

Title supplied by cataloger.

Minnie Braithwaite Jenkins letters, 1901-1975 (bulk 1901-1906).

181 letters written primarily while teaching in Arizona, first at the Western Navajo Training School near Algert in Blue Canyon, and then at the Fort Mohave Indian School at Mohave City. Includes material relating to her book Girl From Williamsburg...

[Minor White and Roger Mertin photographs].

Artistic images. Minor White photograph (:1--B), perhaps an abstract, resembles aerial view of ocean, with small waves delineated by sunlight. Roger Mertin photograph (:2--AX) depicts the back and buttocks of a nude woman lying face down next to a window.

Minoru Onishi photograph collection.

Includes snapshots and negatives of, presumably, Minoru Onishi and his friends, colleagues and/or family, as well as oversize panoramic photographs depicting a gathering at a Japanese cemetery in Los Angeles and a class portait of the Military Intelligence Language School....

Minutes of meetings of the Board of Fund Commissioners and record of bonds issued : ms., [1855-1897].

Included are samples of the bonds issued and newspaper clippings relating to their issuance.

Minutes of meetings of the California Toll Bridge Authority, 1951-1952.

Carbon copies of minutes of 7 meetings, with inserted printed resolutions and official statements, concerning the construction, development, maintenance and finances of bridges in the San Francisco Bay Area. Also included, mimeograph copy of transcript of public hearing held Dec....

Minutes of the Boards of Aldermen and Assistant Aldermen, 1852 Jan. 5-1855 Dec. 31.

Contents: (Pages 1-599 missing) Aldermen's minutes: v. 1, p. 600-709 (1852, Nov. 4-Dec. 20) p. 710-926 missing; v. 2, p. 927-1049 (1853, Mar. 21-June 6); v. 3, p. 1050-1224 (1853, June 6-Aug. 24) p. 1225-1289 missing; v. 4, p. 1290-1587...

Minutes of the Contra Costa County Court of Sessions, circa 1850-1855.

Record of activities of the court, primarily concerning the erection of the county court house, with signatures of F.M. Warmcastle and R.N. Woods, county judges.

Mira Maclay papers, [ca. 1908-1955].

Manuscripts of published and unpublished poetry and prose, including articles on Robinson Jeffers, George Sterling, and on architecture.

Miriam Fligelman Levy papers, 1939-1987.

The collection contains personal and political correspondence, including letters from Shirley Kaufman, Senator Dianne Feinstein, former Senator Hubert Humphrey, and former Senator Eugene McCarthy; articles and correspondence relating to her children's book, "Adam's World"; agency reports; newspaper clippings; and photographs.

Mirror to our world = Un espejo de nuestro mundo.

Scenes of everyday activities, festivities, traditional tools, etc. of the Mayans of Chiapas; portraits; views of various locations.

Miscellanea, parte impressa e parta manuscrita. From the library of Thomas Norton : ms., 1640.

Manuscript and some printed material possibly pertaining to literary history.

Miscellaneous California scenes.

1: View from Sierra Madre Villa, San Gabriel, Cal. (Watkins New Series no. 4832) -- 2: Mrs. Blake's Female Seminary ... Oakland, Alameda Co. (Houseworth & Co. no. 1448) -- 3: The City, from Russian Hill, looking down Vallejo St....

Miscellaneous California stereographs : San Francisco and Yosemite.

1: an early San Francisco view of buildings among sand dunes, perhaps taken from Rincon Hill looking south toward Mission Bay, or part of a panoramic series from Sacramento and Taylor Streets. Numbered 52 in negative, and attributed to Charles...

Miscellaneous California views from the collection of Joseph A. Baird.

Photographs organized into the following folders by subject: Missions (includes Santa Barbara and Carmel) -- Yosemite -- Outdoor areas other than Yosemite (Viznagar Mining and Milling Co. in Alamo, coastal scenes including La Jolla and San Francisco's Seal Rocks &...

Miscellaneous California views [graphic]

Includes views of California missions: Dolores, Carmel, San Fernando, San Gabriel, San Juan Capistrano, San Luis Rey, San Miquel, and Santa Barbara. Also included are views of Shasta Soda Springs Resort, hotels, agriculture-related scenes (farms, crops, workers drying grapes in...

Miscellaneous correspondence, envelopes and fragments, approximately 1838-1956.

Various unrelated documents, largeley from the England and the United States. Includes signatures of English noblity, a letter on discharge hospital letterhead from World War I. Some fragments contain only signatures and most correspondence include illegible signatures.

Miscellaneous documents for California History : ms, circa 1850-1874.

Includes dictation of Judge R.B. Ord concerning vigilance committee action against a band of desperadoes in Monterey in 1850; a list of violent deaths in Santa Barbara County from 1850 to 1874, taken from records of the coroner; transcripts of...

Miscellaneous Franciscan documents, 1643-1772

Contains miscellaneous documents and fragments, mostly concerning religious matters in New Spain and signed by various officials. One of the document refers to indulgences and makes references to papal bulls and decrees by various popes. Others have references to various...

Miscellaneous Hawaii photographs [graphic].

Views depict Hawaiian flower vendors, a native hut, and a bay with people in outrigger canoes.

[Miscellaneous lantern slides, including illustrations for a lecture on the Codex Fernández Leal].

Box 1-3: slides used to illustrate conference on the Codex Fernández Leal, given by E.J. Molera before the California Academy of Sciences, Feb. 17 1896 -- Box 4: Santa Barbara earthquake of 1925 -- Box 5: San Francisco earthquake of...

Miscellaneous photographs : steam ships and other Western views.

Photographs by Watkins show Mission San Jose (copied by Watkins ca. 1870's, from a daguerreotype of 1853-54), a "photomicrograph" of a flea, the Central Pacific ferry boat "Solano" crossing the Carquinez straits (from Watkins' New Boudoir Series #B3793), and the...

Miscellaneous photographs from the collection of Joseph Armstrong Baird [graphic]

Photographs show the Rosebud Agency soldiers camp from the Indian War, pioneers (many women) surveying a western landscape from a rocky escarpment, an Indian woman in front of a thatched dugout, a western railroad snowplow with a group of men,...

Miscellaneous photographs from the George Rippey Stewart papers.

Many photographs relate to Robert Louis Stevenson: various Stevenson houses, monuments, and other associated images. Includes portraits of unidentified children and adults. California landscapes and views of scenery around the southwest United States are also included. Many images are probably...

[Miscellaneous photographs from the Magnes Museum].

"Representative Men of Oakland" (1 item); Young Men's Hebrew Association (Oakland, Calif.) photographs (3 items); Jewish Community Center (Portland, Oregon) photographs (5 items); Camp Kelowa (Huntington Lake, Calif.) (1 item); J. Jacobs family photograph (1 item); Fleishhacker family photographs (2...

Miscellaneous photographs of Colorado, New Mexico, California, and Nevada [graphic]

Contains various New Mexico views, including the old town in Albuquerque, pueblos, churches, adobes, etc.; several views from Manitou, Colo., such as the Cliff House and a bath house; general and specific views of Long Beach, Calif., including homes, a...

Miscellaneous photographs of Los Angeles, California.

Various photographs from Los Angeles, California including: Palm Drive, Adams Street; St. James Park; Central Park; Fourth Street west from Main; two views of the home of I.W. Hellman near Hollywood; view of residential area S.E. from Nadeau Hotel (taken...

Miscellaneous photographs of Oakland, Calif. [graphic]

Views of streets and buildings of Oakland, California.

Miscellaneous photographs received from the Hearst estate at San Simeon.

Chiefly photographs of places and individuals associated with the Hearsts, but not family members. Album includes garden photos of the Hacienda del Pozo de Verona and several views of a building and an arbor. In addition, the collection includes a...

Miscellaneous photographs relating to the Mexican revolution.

Includes photos of dead on a battle field and refugees in camps.

Miscellaneous portraits from the Haskell family papers [graphic]

Unidentified single and group portraits of Haskell family members, many of whom were involved in California socialist movements, including the Kaweah colony. 1 photo of interior of a room.

Miscellaneous prints from the Swiss Enlightenment collection.

1: woodland or rural scene (numbered "4") by Salomon Gessner, 1775, with two women or nymphs in classical attire -- 2: woodland scene (numbered "5") by Salomon Gessner, undated, with one woman or nymph in classical attire -- 3: 20th...

Miscellaneous San Francisco Bay Area views [graphic]

Includes photos of UC Berkeley (1890's?) ; photos of 1906 San Francisco fire; San Quentin ferry ship; Point Richmond; one scene at a Santa Cruz Mountains mine shaft entrance after an explosion (ca. 1890.); two views of Marin Circle (Berkeley)...

Miscellaneous scenes from Oregon and other U.S. locations [graphic]

Contains miscellaneous photos from various locations including a number of views from Oregon such as: hotels (many in Portland) and the Columbia River Gorge; logging and mining scenes (location?); San Francisco earthquake and fire photographs; photos of Indians (Cree and...

Miscellaneous Spanish documents for the Cowan collection, approximately 1852.

Handwritten documents from approximately the 1850s. Includes correspondence, lists of names, information on commissions, and financial information. One sheet has a Gior Magnani watermark.

Miscellaneous stereographic views [graphic].

Western views, in generally poor condition. Of note are several San Francisco views 1897-1905, including the City Hall (and Hall of Records), Market Street, and the conservatory in Golden Gate Park (hand colored). A hand colored view of oranges and...

Miscellaneous tintype portraits [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Miscellaneous transfers from University Archives [graphic]

Items captioned: Grand Musical Festival of the Pacific Saengerbund, San Jose ... -- National Herb Institute of China Main Office in America Grand Opening Banquet (group portrait) -- ... Dr. Besant and Krishnaji taken on their arrival in Los Angeles...

Miscellaneous typed and handwritten correspondence, approximately 1904-1957.

Various unrelated documents which include both typewritten and handwritten portions. One is an annotated example of correspondence by Maurice Elvey. The second document is an April 20, 1904 Western Union Telegram from Albert E. Fisk of Hillsboro, Illinois to Mrs....

Miscellaneous views from California and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Contains views of Salt Lake City, including Mormon Tabernacle, Bee Hive House, main street and buildings. California photos include views from San Francisco (Bush and Mason Streets), San Leandro, "Hayward Express" stage coach, unidentified school house and group portrait of...

Miscellaneous views of California : including Los Angeles' Chinatown and Indians of California.

1: Great Chinese dragon parade in Los Angeles Chinatown (by [Charles B.] Waite), showing Chinese men in traditional dress, dirt streets, and wood frame buildings -- 2: a block in Chinatown, Los Angeles (by Roberts & Fellows, no. 5064) --...

Miscellaneous views of California and Alaska [graphic]

Views of Alaska show a church at Sitka and the town of Kodiak. California scenes include San Bernardino, the Arrowhead Hot Springs Hotel, the Carnegie Institute Building at Stanford University, and Mariposa Big Tree Grove.

Miscellaneous views of California [graphic]

Views of the Fairmont, Palace, and Grand hotels, a bread line, Call Building and the I.O.O.F. Building in ruines, and other scenes following the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906. Also includes photos of a neighborhood in Los Angeles,...

Miscellaneous views of California [graphic]

Includes 23 photos of Oakland (many wharf scenes) San Francisco, Alameda County-- 8 photos of Garberville-- 8 photos of Mendocino Co.-- 6 photos of Sonoma Co. and the North Bay-- 6 in named miscellany -- 8 unidentified miscellany. Views include...

Miscellaneous views of Colorado.

Views show Mushroom Park in the Garden of the Gods (and other Rocky Mountain scenes), Longfellow Monument, a scene in Mesa Verde National Park, cliff dwellings, campus buildings at the University of Colorado, and desert scenes including mud volcanos and...

Miscellaneous views of Hawaii [graphic].

Landscapes, portraits, lava flows, residences, Hawaiian girls and boys.

[Miscellaneous western postcards].

Title devised by cataloger.

Miscellaneous wilderness views from the Sierra Club collection [graphic].

Includes: 1971.084--AX: Sierra Nevada photo by Eleanor Ryan -- 1971.085--B: "Winter shrine" photo by Henry E. Timby -- 1971.086: etchings and photos by George J. Young -- 1971.087--AX: photo club booth at the Mechanics Pavilion, San Francisco, 1905 -- 1971.088--AX:...

Miscellany of oversize pictorial items [graphic]

A wide variety of subjects are represented, primarily of California and Western America. Includes panoramic or bird's-eye views of cities and towns, posters, portraits and group portraits, etc. Includes some views of Mexico, Panama, and South American towns.

Miss Louise Ridder's classroom, University High School, Oakland, Calif. [graphic].

Professionally-produced views of school children during staged classroom activities. Despite captions, children appear to be younger than high shool age. Subjects presented in teaching aids include Geography, U.S. History, Immigration, Transportation, and Economics. One print labelled "K.S. Practice teaching room."

Mission and church miscellany : additions.

Single items relating to California missions and churches; each cataloged separately.

Mission and church miscellany : additions, [ca. 1776-1852].

Single items, numbered serially, relating to California missions and churches.

Mission Books, 1817-1839.

Mission records for Bautismos: Nos. 1-1918. (1817-1839); Matrimonios: Nos. 1-556. (1818-1839); Difunciones: Nos. 1-807. (1818-1839).

Mission Cattlebrands in the Old Southwest : Tucson, Ariz. : ms., 1969 Dec.

Account of his search for the origin of the emblem on a baptismal font cover in the San Xavier del Bac Mission, covering to some extent history of the Arizona and California missions and their cattlebrands. Photographs and drawings included.

Mission Council on Redevelopment records, approximately 1966-1967.

Materials document the Mission Council on Redevelopment's efforts to stop urban renewal in San Francisco's Mission District. Included are assorted flyers, brochures, correspondence, reports, and resolutions.

The Mission Inn, Riverside, Calif. [graphic]

Interior and courtyard views of the Mission Inn hotel: the Spanish Patio; the Spanish Art Gallery, and the Cloister Music Room (or Spanish Knights' Hall.)

Mission Neighborhood Centers photograph collection.

Collection consists mostly of photographs, a small number of slides, pencil sketches and contact sheets. Depicted are San Francisco's Good Samaritan Community Center (Potrero Ave.); Mission Adult Center; Mission Community Center; and streets and buildings in the Mission neighborhood. Youth...

Mission Nuestra Señor del Refugio records, 1807-1828.

Book of baptisms of the mission, April 21, 1807-February 21, 1828; book of burials, May 16, 1807-November 18, 1825.

Mission photographs from the J. Alonzo Forbes diary.

Photos show the Mission San Antonio de Pádua in ruins and during restoration sponsored by the California Historic Landmarks League. One shows an anniversary celebration of the mission. One photo shows two young men inside a room with tubs and...

Mission play : eighth season.

Album of commercial portraits of cast members of the eighth season of The Mission Play. Unidentified subjects include actors, musicians and dancers, all in costume (reflecting their roles as Native Americans, Spaniards, Mexicans, Mexican Americans, etc.) some posing in groups...

Mission San Fernando photographs.

Views of tile roof and garden wall of Mission San Fernando, San Fernando, Calif.

Mission San Jose and Vallejo's flour mill [graphic]

Photos show 2 views of the Mission San Jose before restoration, and 2 views of Jose de Jesus Vallejo's flour mill.

Mission San Jose records : mss.S, 1797-1859.

Mission records for baptisms, marriages and deaths, signed by officiating priests. v.1 Bautismos. (Nos. 1-6200; Sept 2, 1797-Nov 17, 1830); v.2 Bautismos. (Nos. 6201-8945; Nov 22, 1830-May 8, 1859); v.3 Matrimonios. (Nos. 1-2587, and Indice; Sept 24, 1797-May 17, 1859);...

Mission San Juan Capistrano [graphic] /

Title supplied by cataloger.

Mission views, hotel and observatory at Mt. Lowe, and an early San Francisco view.

Collection contains views of Mission San Miguel, Mission San Luis Rey, and Mission Santa Inez. Also includes a photograph of the summit of Mt. Lowe showing the hotel and observatory, and a reproduction of an 1847 watercolor of the corner...

Missionaries in Mexico and elsewhere [graphic].

Chiefly snapshots in northern and central Mexico. The first page has a postcard of the Sarah Davis Deterding "College of Missions" in Indianapolis, Indiana. Includes many snapshots and group portraits of young women and children (presumably from American Protestant mission...

Mission-related fragments, [ca. 1776-1852]

Fragments of materials probably relating to Mexican or California missions. Includes: portion of a play (12 leaves, bound); manuscript, ca. 1776, concerning a law regulating games of chance, which includes the names of the various games (1 leaf, folded); and...

Missions and wilderness areas of California.

Album contains postcards with views of California missions. Photographs show wilderness areas throughout the Sierra Nevada, and also Crater Lake National Park, Or. Some show the 1915 San Diego Exposition grounds and vicinity.

Missions in California.

San Luis Rey -- Santa Inés -- San Diego -- San Buenaventura -- San Juan Capistrano -- San Fernando (2) -- San Miguel -- Santa Barbara (2).

Missions in Sonora and Arizona [graphic]

Photographs document mission buildings of Mexico (and Arizona). Exterior and interior views are present, with an emphasis on interior details such as furnishings, religious art, and architectural elements. Exterior views show the effects of flood and other damage.

Missions of California.

Most of the images concern four missions: San Luis Rey, San Fernando, San Juan Capistrano, and Santa Barbara, and their asistencias. Chiefly represented is mission architecture, although some friars and Indians are shown at San Luis Rey and Santa Barbara....

Misson District and San Francisco waterfront [graphic].

Two photographs of early San Francisco depicting 1: houses on sandy terrain of the Mission District, with a barrel in the street; 2: bird's-eye view, presumably taken from Telegraph Hill, of houses near waterfront with Golden Gate in background.

Missouri River documents, [ca. 1804-1807]

Copies made from negatives used by Bernard DeVoto in writing The Course of Empire (Boston, 1953). A Ms. by James Mackay (1759-1822), Notes on the Indian Tribes, ca. 1804, reflects Mackay's observations while serving the British North West Company in...

[Mitzi Trachtenberg collection of Council of Federated Organizations Freedom Center photographs].

Portraits; acitivist meetings; street scenes; a church bombing in McComb, Mississippi; construction; etc.

Mixed pickles, and Dark planet, 1930-1931.

"Mixed Pickles," subtitled "Reminiscences of an Old Man Who Did Not Become President," is a 1931 typescript autobiography (104 p.) by Pierce, who describes himself as "at times trapper, hunter, canal builder, soldierette, musician, merchant, cowboy, banana planter, lawyer, judge,...

Miya Rodolfo-Sioson papers, 1995-2005.

The papers document the passage of Measure E by the citizens of Berkeley, California, in 1998. This measure authorized a special tax to fund emergency services for severely physically disabled people. The city awarded the contract to Easy Does It...

Mélanges, 1838-1880 /

The collected writings of Duflot de Mofras, including newspaper clippings, manuscript copies, and published materials. Volumes 6, 8 and 9 composed entirely of published material.

Mélanges académiques : Paris : ms., 1885-1896.

Clippings of his writings on the Institut de France, Louis Pasteur, E. Jenner, Mesmer; reprints of his article on the geographic globe at the Paris Observatory and the prize for astronomy of the Académie des Sciences.

M'liss, child of the Sierras [graphic]

Scenes show: portrait of M'liss, name of actress Annie Pixley in lower left -- Arrival of the widow, cast list on verso -- M'liss rescuing the schoolmaster -- M'liss denoucing the Mexican.

M.M. Harris posters, 1912 and 1918.

Contains a poster drawn by Harris that compares Judah Maccabee to President Taft (1912) and another poster that compares Judah Maccabee to Gen. Edmund H.H. Allenby (1918).

Modern Day School records, 1958-1966.

The collection consists of administrative materials from Oakland's Modern Day School dating from 1958 through 1966. Included are correspondence, constitution and by-laws, brochures, a meeting minute book, and some lists of board members and staff.

Modoc War and Lava Beds National Monument, correspondence and documents : typescript (carbon), 1865-1942 (bulk 1865-1878).

Official correspondence and documents, 1865-1878 compiled for Lava Beds National Monument, United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Region Four, by Olaf T. Hagen, Regional Supervisor of Historic Sites, San Francisco, 1942.

Modoc War correspondence and documents assembled from various sources, 1865-1878.

Contents: Reels 1-5, selected items from U.S. army records at the San Francisco Presidio; reel 6, Applegate papers; reel 7, from the National Archives: selected items from War Dept., Adjutant General's Office - Fort Klamath and Camp Warner (Oregon) letterbooks...

[Modoc War portraits].

Included are portraits of Captain Jack and the following prisoners of Capt. C.N. Throckmorton and Gen. Jeff C. Davis: Donald McKay and Jack's captors, Burgess and Bogus Charley, Schonchin and Jack, Black Jim, Bogus Charley, Boston Charley, Curly-Headed Doctor, Hooka...

[Mojave and Maricopa Indian photographs].

1: Mojave ceramic pots in fire, photographed by C.C. Pierce -- 2: a portrait of a Maricopa husband and wife, with original identification penciled on back: "Maricopa Charlie & squaw". Desert ramada, wooden implements, and a ceramic bowl are in...

Mokelumne Hill papers, approximately 1852-1934.

Mokelumne Hill papers, BANC MSS 97/141 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Molders scrap books no. 1 and no. 2.

Clippings regarding strike, lawsuits, and other events.

Molecular geneticist at UCSF and Genentech, entrepreneur in biotechnology : oral history transcript / 2004.

Family background, education, postdoctoral fellow, University of California, San Francisco, 1975-1977; scientist at Genentech, 1978-1994: somatostatin project, human insulin project, human growth hormone work, early days of Genentech, business strategies, monoclonal antibodies; work at Genencor; Glycogen, Inc., March 1990-November 1991;...

Moncada family papers, 1730-1985.

This collection is comprised of correspondence, genealogical research materials, a few newspaper articles and religious memorabilia of a Mexican family descended from Sicilian royalty. The majority of the papers appear to have been gathered together for the purpose of proving...

Moncada family photograph collection [graphic].

Studio portrait photographs, photographs of paintings, and snapshots of Moncada family members. Many are of Margarita Raigosa Y Moncada and family. Includes interior and exterior shots of homes and businesses in Mexico. Identified people and places include: Margarita Raigosa y...

Monclar, François de. Letters to his family, 1866 March 23 - 1867 Sept. 1.

36 ALS (ca. 600 pages) written primarily to his sister, "Nina," but including a few letters to his father. The letters cover the young Conte de Monclar's stay in Mexico as an attache of the French Legation, from his arrival...

Monday Study Club records, 1915-1954.

Minutes of meetings, programs, by-laws, etc.

Monique /

Series of portraits of the same model -- a young woman -- striking a variety poses with a variety of attire, make-up, hair styles, lighting, etc.

Mono County California records, 1861-1918.

V. 1- Warrant stubs, 1861-62; v. 2- minutes, Board of Equalization, 1861-80; v. 3- records of property license and tax collector, 1864-67; v. 4- miscellaneous bills, 1878-86; v. 5- records of trial of John P. Lee for murder, 1891; v....

Monographs prepared for A Documentary history of migratory farm labor, 1938.

With these: Wage chart by crops: State of California 1865-1938.

Monologue for Hapgood, 1988 December 26-27.

Holograph manuscript dated December 26-27, 1988 (19 leaves); photocopy of final corrected typescript, n.d. (9 leaves)

Montana business records, 1860-1886.

Contains 4 account ledgers, 1860-1884, for Wyrouck's general store in Virginia City, Montana Territory, listing names of numerous individuals and local businesses, including 2 bakeries, a meat market, miner's supply store, and a blacksmith. The first ledger also includes rental...

Montana Mining Company correspondence, 1893-1905.

Letters and invoices from various Calif. merchants, mostly San Francisco, to the Montana Mining Co. in Marysville, Mont., regarding equipment and supply needs.

Montana scrapbook, 1884-1902.

Newspaper clippings concerning Montana.

Montefiore Koshland diploma, 1888 June 27.

Bachelor of Science certificate from the College of Chemistry of the University of California, at Berkeley, for Montefiore Koshland.

Monterey and Shasta Springs vacation pictures

Collection includes vacation pictures from Silver Lake (Amador County), Shasta Springs, Sacramento, Salt Lake City (Utah), the Monterey Bay area, a birds eye view of Quincy, and some family portraits.

Monterey area, California, stereo views.

Views of the Hotel del Monte, a missionary's oak tree, the Monterey waterfront, the interior of a fruit fair, the Carmel Mission, bathers at Pacific Grove, scenery, etc.

Monterey area photographs from the Dressler collection [graphic]

Captioned: First theatre in California -- Pacific House -- David Spencer House -- Ruins of Mexican jail -- Monterey Whaling Company -- Quartet House. Other photos show the bay, wharf, and boats; Chinese fishermen; street views showing businesses and inhabitants;...

Monterey area photographs [graphic] /

Many photographs relate to ships and other maritime subjects such as lighthouses, wrecks, etc. Other photos show the Monterey Bay region more generally.

Monterey area views [graphic]

Views show Monterey, Cypress Drive, the Hotel del Monte (including an indoor swimming pool), Mission San Carlos, and other area scenes.

Monterey Coal Company [graphic]

Photos depicting company property in San Benito County, Calif. Includes detailed views of mining equipment, slopes, coal belt and limestone, bunk and cook houses, etc. General views of the Priest Valley, Monterey Co., are also present.

Monterey County Title and Abstract Company records, 1915-1927.

Deed, certificates and abstract of title for property in Pacific Grove and Carmel, California.

Monterey Improvement Club minutes and by-laws, 1922-1926.

The Monterey Improvement Club, a local organization of Monterey, Calif., created in the 1920's to promote improvement in their community including education, keeping streets safe and clean, to organize parades and to control juvenile crime.

Monterey presidio account books: mss., 1828, 1830.

Accounts for the soldiers at the presidio. C-E 47 (1 v.) contains accounts for 1830. C-E 51 (1 v.) contains accounts for 1828, with some entries signed by Mariano G. Vallejo, José de Jesús Pico, Simón Cota, José Joaquín de...

[Monterrey, Mexico photograph album of bullfights, city views and other subjects].

Photograph album documenting travels of a group of likely American tourists in and around Monterrey, Mexico. Subjects include bullfighting, various landmarks in Monterrey (Palacio Municipal, Governor's Palace of Nuevo León, and the city's Cathedral) and other points of interest such...

Monterrey to Gulf Railroad collection, 1887-1895.

This collection relates to the concession to build the Monterrey to Gulf of Mexico Railway; also included are documents concerning the proposed construction of railroad lines from Matamoros to Monterrey (built later), and from Matamoros to Guatemala.

Montoya, Emmanuel C. (Emmanuel Catarino) [Photographs from the Emmanuel C. Montoya collection of Dudley C. Carter].

Chiefly slides, descriptive notes by Montoya and related reports documenting the relocation, restoration and installation of two sculptures by Carter, "Ram" and "Goddess of the forest", at City College of San Francisco (PIC box 1). "Ram" was relocated from one...

Monumentos coloniales y de la Republica de Mexico [graphic]

Architectural views of momuments, both colonial and from the Republic of Mexico. Includes both interiors and exteriors in various locations; primarily Tacuba, Coyoacán, Tlalpan, and Churubusco, Mexico.

[Moonalice psychedelic concert posters].

Psychedelic posters promoting various concerts by Moonalice, mostly in San Francisco, and many taking place on the April 20 counterculture holiday in celebration of marijuana and cannabis culture. Posters feature artwork by prominent artists associated with psychedelic art of the...

Mooney, Thomas J. Photographs from the Thomas J. Mooney papers.

Mostly copy photographs of images taken chiefly between 1936 and 1939, presumably assembled by the Tom Mooney Molders' Defense Committee, depicting Thomas J. Mooney; Rena Mooney; Warren Knox Billings; views of the July 22, 1916 Preparedness Day parade in San...

Mordecai Simon Cohen letters and marriage contract, 1888-1889.

Three letters written by Mordecai Simon Cohen in Yiddish with Hebrew quotations and traditional messages for the New Year (Rosh Hashanah). One letter is from Cohen to his son, Pinchas Zelig Cohen, and his family; another to Mordecai Simon Cohen's...

Moreno family papers, 1851-1869.

Photoreproductions of selected items. Letter from M.G. Vallejo included.

Moreton Frewen papers, 1823-1924.

Correspondence includes letters written in England and Wyoming during 1881-1886 concerning the Powder River Cattle Company of Wyoming, of which he was founder and promoter; correspondence with Sir Horace Plunkett (q.v. [Film Z-G 17]), a partner in the same firm;...

Morgan, Agnes Fay Photographs from the Agnes Fay Morgan papers.

Includes portraits, banquets, photos of women scientists in UC Berkeley laboratories and elsewhere. Some photos relate to the history of Iota Sigma Pi.

Morgan North papers, 1925-1969 (bulk 1930-1949).

Contains documents relating to quicksilver mining in California during the 1930's and 1940's and the Shasta Iron Company. Also includes a small amount of material on Howell-North Books and Press and personal papers with a black and white photograph possibly...

Moritz Winter papers, 1910-1956.

The collection includes doctoral and rabbinical certificates from Germany; clippings (1941-1956); a musical program autographed by Yehudi Menuhin; a scrapbook; two letters from Rabbi William Stern; and a photograph of Rabbi Winter giving an Eternal Light Medal to the first...

Mormon battalion miscellany.

Letter from Andrew Jackson Smith (1815-1897) to Roger Jones, U.S. Adjutant General, written "Near Council Grove on march to Santa Fe," September 2, 1846 (1 l., A.L.S.); and covering letter for return for Mormon Battalion of which Smith had recently...

Mormon biographies.

About 400 biographical sketches of Utah pioneers prepared by the Historical Records Survey and Federal Writer's Projects Administration, 1935- 1939, deposited in the Library of Congress.

Mormon War documents, 1838-1841.

Pertaining to the Mormon War of 1838 and its aftermath.

Morning Star Institute alumni.

Photographs of unknown provenance which seem to document the lives of a group of Japanese American alumni of San Francisco's Morning Star Institute who attended the school prior to the Second World War.

Morning Star Mining Company records, 1882-1954 (bulk 1952-1954).

Collection contains records of the Morning Star Mining Company, operating in Nevada and Alpine County, Calif. Stockholders and others associated with the company include H.C. Holmes, R.C. Keystone, and various members of the Todd and Gary families. Records include articles...

The Morrell Forty-Niner calendar including scenes from the California gold rush [graphic]

Includes views relating to the 1849 California gold rush depicting people rushing to California on the news of gold discovery, gold mining and miners, Indians attacking train, saloon life in San Francisco, and other related subjects.

Morris Badt family portraits [graphic].

Portraits of Morris Badt (:1), Morris Badt and Lena Posener Badt (:2) and Mirel (Myrle) Lipshuetz Badt (:3).

Morris H. Beck letters to his parents, 1850 May - June.

Description of journey from Iowa to California, with record of route and experiences with Indians, and mention of other members of the company. Notes by Elias Beck at the end of two letters.

Morris, W. C. Archives : the Ayuntamiento; Surveys and Surveyors : typescript, [undated].

Information and anecdotes relating to early California history, government missions, land grants and public records.

Morris, Wright Photographs of a Nebraska parlor and a hydrant in Needles, California /

Views show a barber pole and hydrant in Needles, California (1938); and a view of a parlor near Norfolk, Nebraska showing a coal-burning stove (1947).

Morse, Ephraim Weed. Letters to R.W. Laine : San Diego, Calif. : typescripts, 1878-1879.

Typed transcripts of letters mainly relating to purchase of a horse for Laine and shipping it to the Hawaiian Islands. Included also is local news and information about the cost of mules and the price of honey in California.

Mort D. Turner collection of political ephemera, circa 1931-1953.

Collection of political literature primarily from progressive organizations in California and Berkeley. Includes fliers, pamphlets, and newsletters concerned with veterans' affairs, McCarthyism, union issues, student activism, civil rights, and progressive political parties. Also includes sample ballots and election materials pertaining...

Mortgage and bill of sale : Kansas : DS, 1887 and 1901.

Family of R.M. Shanks resided in Barber County, Kansas.

Mosaic Law Congregation records, 1967-1991.

The collection consists of various publications from Sacramento's Mosaic Law Congregation: annual books of remembrance (1979-1985); directories of the congregation's members (1971; 1979-1984); a booklet for the celebration of the congregation's eightieth anniversary (May 3, 1980); a program for a...

Mose Cohen photograph collection.

Oakland and Berkeley, Calif., and the surrounding East Bay, and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Also prominent are pictures of early airplanes and automobiles.

Moses Chase papers, 1832-1868.

Ticket for passage from Boston to San Francisco aboard the ship Capitol, with list of passengers and crew; passport issued in Massachusetts, 1849; complaint and summons in case, Reed and Porter vs. Patten, Chase et al; and deeds to Chase...

Moses Emery family correspondence 1850- 1890.

Contains handwritten personal letters to and from various members of the Moses Emery family. Many of the letters are addressed to Moses Emery from his son, Thornton C. Emery. Some others are from another son, Charles C. Emery. Some are...

Moses Merrill papers, 1832-1886.

Contents: Diary, 1832-1834; letters from John Dougherty, Indian Agent at St. Louis, 1834-1837; correspondence and reports, 1832-1839. Re his life as missionary and teacher of the Oto in Bellevue, Indiana Territory (now Nebraska).

Moses Wahrhaftig papers, 1848-1967.

Volumes of professional correspondence (1903-1906), including letters to Jacob Voorsanger, Jacob Nieto, Samuel Dinkelspiel, and others concerning the successes and failures of the agricultural settlement of Jews from Kishinev near Colusa, Calif; land deeds and titles; photographs of Moses and...

Most of a century : law and public service, 1930s to 1990s : oral history transcript / 1995.

Heilbron discusses his family background, and education at the Boalt Hall School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, and his service in Europe during World War II, the law firm of Heller, Ehrman, White & McAuliffe, the formation of the...

Mostly merlot : oral history transcript : the history of Duckhorn Vineyards / 1996.

Dan Duckhorn and his early life at Crocker-Citizens National Bank, and Matson Navigation Company; Duckhorn Vineyards startup; winemaking and management; marketing and distribution.

[Mostly Southern California].

Many captioned items lacking from pages.

The mother of blood banking : oral history transcript : Irwin Memorial Blood Bank and the American Association of Blood Banks, 1944-1994 / 1998.

Family background, childhood and education in San Francisco; training as bioanalyst at the University of California, Berkeley; marriage to navy dentist Charles Hemphill; World War II, Hawaii, 1941-1943; executive director, Irwin Memorial Blood Bank, 1943-1982: personnel policies, evolution of techniques,...

Motion picture banquet and reception [graphic]

Item captioned: Motion picture luncheon and reception in honor of Southern California's distinguised guests. The members of the United States Senate and House of Representatives Naval Affairs Committees and the flag officers of the fleet, given by Jack L. Warner...

[Motorized sled photographs related to the Sifford family and Drakesbad Resort].

Images of various people posed on a motorized snow sled.

Mott-Von Schmidt family papers, circa 1849-1899.

Letters and documents of Isaac T. Mott and his son-in-law, Alexis W. von Schmidt, relating primarily to litigation involving Johnson's Rancho in Yuba County in the 1850s and to von Schmidt's survey work. Included are copies or drafts of letters...

Moulin, Gabriel Photographs of "The Piper," Bohemian Grove play [graphic] /

Photographs of the production of "The Piper", a Bohemian Grove play of 1938 written by Dan Totheroh and Eugene Heyes.

The Mound : residence of Mrs. Cyrus Walker, San Mateo, California.

Interior views of opulent home with furnishings. Electric lights visible.

Mount Baker, Washington /

Photos show a sunset from Twin Lakes, large cravasses on Mt. Baker, and ice climbers labeled "Kiser party ascending a perilous snowslope". One photo shows Field's Hotel near Lake Chelan.

Mount Blanc Consolidated Gravel Mining Co. records : 1878-1955.

Contains bylaws and minutes of annual shareholder meetings, beginning with the first held on Sept. 2, 1878, as well as miscellaneous correspondence, deeds, agreements, and other title records for claims recorded by George Edwards in 1880, and in 1882 with...

Mount Carmel Ranch, 3621 Carmel Valley Road, San Diego, San Diego County, California.

Photographs and accompanying report documenting buildings and grounds of Mount Carmel Ranch.

Mount Hermon Association records, 1906-1914.

The Mount Hermon Association is based in Santa Cruz. Volume 1, 1906-1909, includes minutes of meetings of the board of directors; Volume 2, 1909-1914, includes minutes of meetings of the board of directors; Volume 3, 1906-1914, includes president's reports to...

Mount Shasta area views, including the summit, Big Spring, and Fellow's House [graphic].

Summit view includes 3 men with climbing sticks; Big Spring (source of the Sacramento River) view includes man standing at spring; Fellow's House view depicts croquet scene on lawn. All views captioned.

Mount Shasta Community Peace Mural Oral History Project : oral history transcripts / c2009.

Series of 12 interviews documenting the peace mural unveiled in Mt. Shasta, California, in 2007. The interviews are with the lead artist, project coordinator, contributing artists, and community members who participated in the project. They detail the process of designing...

Mount Tamalpais Academy schoolbook invoices, 1896-1898.

Receipts from Cunningham, Curtis & Welch, San Francisco, Calif. for school books ordered between 1897 June 2 - 1898 March 12. Some orders made by Rev. Arthur Crosby. Also includes receipts from Payot, Upham & Company, San Francisco, Calif. for...

Mountain Copper Company, Ltd. records, 1896-1973.

Records of mining company operating in Shasta County and Martinez, California, from 1896 to 1968.

[Mountain lion /

Title devised by cataloger.

Mountain peaks photographs /

Chiefly (or entirely?) mountain peaks in California's Sierra Nevada range.

Mountain roads in Southern California /

Each print marked in ink or pencil with caption, date, and copyright notice of the Flag Studio.

Mountain scenes

Two views of mountain glaciers, one of the Eiffel tower, and one of a town with a lake and mountains in the background [possibly Switzerland?]

Mountaineering on Mount Hood, Oregon, and other western stereoviews.

Stereographs concentrate on Mount Hood, Oregon and vicinity: group in a carriage, climbers in snow, men signalling into valley from summit of Mount Hood, glaciers, crevasses, ice formations, and other views related to mountaineering. Other stereos show the Arkansas River,...

[Mounted photographs of Pierce St. Market, San Francisco].

1 exterior and 2 interior views of a meat market (butcher shop).

[Mounted photographs of Taylor's Tea and Coffee House].

Interior and exterior views of a shop, presumably in or near Nevada City, Calif.

Mowry, Sylvester Letters to Edward Bicknall, 1853-1855.

Letter, May 30, 1853, from San Francisco, mentions activities of fellow Rhode Islanders, Lola Montez and impending Gwin-McCorkle duel.

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Williams Jorgensen memorial collection.

Carton 1: Chris Jorgensen watercolors and drawings (many European), photographic portraits of Jorgensen in San Francisco, and family snapshots of the Littell family -- Carton 2: 11 albums and sketchbooks ca. 1900-1940. Includes European sketches by Virgil W. Jorgensen, snapshots,...

Mr. and Mrs. Wong Sun Yue Clemens

Portraits of a mixed race couple who ran a curio business in San Francisco's Chinatown. She is of European descent and he, Chinese. He wears traditional Chinese costume in all images, and she is in Western dress in one, Chinese...

Mrs. A.B. Metcalfe papers, 1853-1855.

Letters and reports relating to her daughter's education at the Academy of the Sisters of Notre Dame in San Jose.

Mrs. C.J. Blake correspondence : ALS, 1903-1921.

Contains correspondence from Bernard Moses to Mrs. C.J. Blake discussing world events including the Russian Revolution, France, Germany, Japan, the League of Nations, Woodrow Wilson, Berkeley, Calif. and political views. Also includes a letter from an unknown friend in Japan...

Mrs. E.H. Cogill correspondence, 1925-[n.d.].

One written by Ira B. Cross concerns stocks and the stock market, the other, 1925, is written from Paris by C.M. Gayley and deals with the poetry of John Masefield and the English educational system.

Mrs. Frank Kettlewell diaries, 1937-1968.

Kept by a Piedmont, California housewife. Diaries include information about daily life, current events and politics (domestic and international) and her travels.

Mrs. Joseph Solomon Newmark autobiographical notes, [1900 Feb. - Mar.]

Her reminiscences of childhood in Germany; voyage to America in 1855, then via Panama to San Francisco; life and various business enterprises in San Francisco, Sacramento, Alameda and Berkeley.

Mt. Edith Cavell Drive, Jasper National Park [graphic]

Souvenir views from Cavell Drive of Angel Glacier, Throne Mountain, Mount and Lake Cavell, Mount Sorrow, Pyramid Range and other sites.

Mt. Tamalpais and Muir Woods Railroad Co. records, [ca. 1908-1931]

v.1 & 2: copies of articles of incorporation and of minutes of meetings of board of directors and stockholders (including those of its predecessor, the Mill Valley and Mt. Tamalpais Scenic Railway); v.3 - 5: clippings re the railway and...

Mud flow from Mt. Shasta, Sept. 1924.

Views of glaciers and effects of mud flows on Mt. Shasta.

Mugshots and police records for suspected prostitutes in El Paso, Texas, 1886-1968 (bulk 1915-1945).

Collection consists of 39 files containing arrest records and mugshots for women arrested as suspected prostitutes in El Paso, Texas between approximately 1915 and 1945 and one file for a man arrested as a suspected pimp. All of these files...

Muir family letters : Martinez, Calif., to David Pell Secor, Bridgeport, Conn. : ALS, 1903 Sept. 9 and 1904 Sept. 19.

Letter from John Muir to Secor, accompanied by a letter to Secor from Muir's daughter, Wanda Muir [Hanna] (includes an envelope with incorrect postmark of Feb. 26, 1908).

Muñiz, Paul [Photographs from the Paul Muñiz collection of Nicaraguan perspectives].

Chiefly photographs pertaining to Nicaragua, the publication Nicaraguan Perspectives and the Nicaragua Information Center.

The Mujica archive [graphic].

Images documenting buildings, architectural details, town and city scenes, urban landscapes, natural attractions, and the history and antiquities of Mexico. Emphasis is on architecture (colonial and modern) and pre-Columbian sites, and on costume and cultural "types" of various regions. Collection...

[Munder family photograph album of Northern California travels].

Snapshot photograph album of Munder family travels to various Northern California locations. General topics include camping, hunting, fishing, automobile travel, boats and boat yards. Among the particular points of interest are San Francisco (Golden Gate Park, Islais Creek, Lux School,...

Mundhenk photographs.

Portraits: old man characters.

The Murphys of Santa Clara County, 1785-1911 : typescript / 1983 June.

Related collection: BANC MSS C-D 792: Biography of the Murphy family prepared for Chronicles of the Builders of the Commonwealth (1888).

Murray family letters, 1843-1889.

Box 1: Correspondence, original letters and transcripts, of Walter and Alexander Murray with family in England, including accounts of Walter's journey to America from England in 1843 and his work as printer in Boston, life in San Luis Obispo, crimes...

Murray, Henry E. Letters by or relating to Henry E. Murray and his brother, F. S. Murray : ALS, 1849 Nov. 13-1850 Nov. 9.

Five letters total: 2 letters from Henry E. Murray to his brother, both written from San Francisco; 1 letter from F. S. Murray to his wife, written from Panama; 2 letters from James M. Thayer to F. S. Murray's widow,...

Murray, John Photographs of the Mexican Revolution and of the labor movement in Arizona, Colorado, and Texas, from the John Murray papers.

Portraits of military officers, women activists, soldiers in camp, scenes after battles, executions, and street scenes. Views in and around Agua Prieta, Columbus (New Mexico), Veracruz, Tampico, and Cuernavaca are included (among others). Also includes group portraits from the First...

Murrell Williams Talbot papers, approximately 1913-1970s.

Subject file containing correspondence, notes, publications, reprints, excerpts, and clippings concerning his interest and activity in ecology, forestry and range management particularly in the Southwest.

Musante & Button Oil Company receipts, 1898-1899.

Contains receipts for the Musante & Button Oil Company and the McNear & Button Oil Company in California.

Mussel Slough Ditch Company stock certificate : San Francisco, Calif., July 24, 1877.

One stock certificate issued on July 24, 1877 to E.A. Manning for one share of Mussel Slough Ditch Company stock.

M.V. Berry sketchbook of Pacific Coast scenes.

Includes sketches in Marin Co. (San Rafael and Mt. Tamalpais), Oregon and Washington mountains, Columbia River scenes, Fort Ross (Calif.), and some South American and European scenes. Also contains some unidentified portraits and caricatures - including Russian soldiers.

M.W. Talbot collection of forestry and agriculture photographs [graphic].

Includes photographs related to: livestock & ranges, forestry, watersheds, wildlife habitat improvement, plants and weeds, etc., primarily in California and Arizona.

México y sus disturbios : Tumultos, 1621-1692.

Collection of transcriptions in various hands, from Spanish and Mexican sources, relating to disturbances in Mexico and dealing primarily with the outbreak of January, 1624, the related disputes of the Marqués de Gelves with the Audiencia and Archbishop Juan Pérez...

My recollections of Maximillian : n.p., [ca. 1910].

Recollections of the reign of Emperor Maximilian and Empress Carlota in Mexico, written some 43 years after the events by a daughter of one of Carlota's ladies-in-waiting. Her account covers the period of preliminary negotiations and the election of Maximilian...

Myer Edward Jaffa papers, 1857-1931.

Includes subject files, correspondence, and clippings regarding Jaffa's work.

Myer S. Levy appreciation book, 1891.

The collection consists of an illuminated book presented to Rabbi Levy when he left the First Hebrew Congregation (Temple Sinai) of Oakland; the book was signed by D. Magnes.

Myrtle Pipkin Johnson geneological materials pertaining to James William Ramsey, bulk 1910-1975.

Includes 1 typescript biography of James William Ramsey; 5 letters to the Sierra Club, History Committee, Marshall Kuhn; 4 photos and artifacts (1 tie pin, 1 watch chain, 1 wedding ring, 5 arrow heads) related to the collection.