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P. Gerald Kruger letters : to Erika Wackenroder Kruger, Germany : ALS, 1939-1940.

Contains correspondence written by Kruger to his wife, while he was traveling to Calif. from Illinois and working at Lawrence Labs in Berkeley, and his wife was visiting family in Berlin, Germany. Describes his work on the cyclotron, his colleges...

P.A. Ducey and Peter McArthur land deeds : Tuolumne County, Calif. : TD, 1902-1903.

Contains 25 certified deeds recording the sale of land in Tuolumne County, Calif., in Townships 4, 5 and 6, to P.A. Ducey and Peter McArthur, from landowners who mostly resided in the San Francisco Bay Area. Also includes two ms....

Pablo González letters : Saltillo, Mexico : Ls.S, 1980 May 8-9.

Two leters. His views on Emiliano Zapata with related notes.

Pablo Velásquez cartas recibidas : Mexico : L, 1941-1942.

Letters in Tarascan written to Velásquez by Jacobo García Luis (Federal Preparatory School, Coyoacán, Nov. 12, 1941) and Máximo Lathrop (Paracho, Michoacán, Feb. 6, 1942), dealing with politico-educational matters and transmittal of religious works; with translations into Spanish provided by...

Pablo Vicente de Sola papers, 1816-1822.

Mainly official letters from F.M. Calleja, Viceroy of Mexico, to Sola, Governor of Alta California. In Spanish.

Pacific Coast Association of Friends papers, 1931 April-July.

Includes letters addressed to Peter Gulbrandsen and Howard Brinton; completed questionnaires regarding proposed organization and summary of replies; lists of potential members. Also also includes meeting minutes and manuscripts on Quakerism.

Pacific Coast Borax Company letters.

Typescript correspondence from the Secretary of the Pacific Borax Company (signature is illegible) to J. Henry Strachan, the superintendant of the Teel's Marsh borax mine in Nevada. Nine of the letters are written on letterhead stationery of the Pacific Coast...

Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play Records

The Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play Records date from 1940 to 1951, and relate to the evacuation, internment, and relocation of Japanese-Americans during World War II. The collection consists of a variety of materials, including correspondence,...

Pacific coast diaries, 1881-1886.

Contains examples of daily diaries distributed by various booksellers and stationers on the West coast, including A.L. Bancroft & Company.

Pacific Coast nurseryman, award-winning horticulturalist, and historian : oral history transcript / 1998.

Carman history in the Los Gatos area, founding Carman's Nursery in 1937; Peninsula nursery history, businesses, impact of World War II; Ed and Jean Carman's nursery since 1946, the role of the family; successful introduction of the kiwi vine from...

Pacific Coast photographs and drawings by Merritt R. Hosmer [graphic]

Album of 1870's photographs was apparently used as Merritt Hosmer's sketchbook in 1915. Photos show mining and Indians in British Columbia, views along the Columbia River (including Mt. Hood), Portland, the Oregon coast, Yosemite, and San Francisco (including Rincon Hill...

Pacific Coast Redwood Co. records, 1903-1929.

v. 1: By-laws, May 1907; v. 2: Minute Book, including copy of articles of incorporation, 1903-1929; v. 3: Journal, 1906-1929; v. 4: Stock ledger and journal, 1907-1929; v. 5: Ledger, 1906-1929; v. 6: Miscellaneous loose material removed from preceding volumes.

Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Company. Photographs relating to the Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Company and Union Iron Works [graphic].

Chiefly photographs of ships and shipyards as well as machinery and facilities from the late 1880s to about 1920. Some views are related to the Union Iron Works (machinery manufactured, and two crowd scenes at the 1904 sale of the...

Pacific Coast Steamship Company cargo receipts, 1870-1878.

Receipts for cargo shipped out of San Francisco for Portland from various individuals or firms including the following: P.C. Dart, John S. Kinkel, Giant Powder Co., Souther & Co., R. Patrick & Co., C.K. Hawkes, Pacific Rolling Mill Co., L.H....

Pacific Counseling Service and Military Law Office Records

Consists of office files from two collaborating organizations serving U.S. military service personnel primarily in the Bay Area and Asia during and after the Vietnam War. Includes organizational history, correspondence and reports from projects and offices in Asia and West...

Pacific Gas and Electric Company Politics 1962 series materials, 1962.

Correspondence and motion pictures concerning the appearances of Edmund G. Brown, Thomas H. Kuchel, Thomas Coakley, Stanley Mosk, Richard M. Nixon, and Richard Richards on the Politics 1962 series sponsored jointly by the P.G. and E. and Pacific Service Employees...

Pacific Hebrew Orphan Asylum and Home Society of San Francisco records, approximately 1876-1975 (bulk 1876-1920).

The collection consists of by-laws and a constitution, annual reports, and copy of a history of the organization. It also includes a bound volume of the "Fair Journal" (1876), which the organization published in conjunction with their fund raising activities...

Pacific Horticultural Foundation records, 1963-2002.

Contains W. George Walters correspondence, editorial correspondence, letters from subscribers, board of directors minutes, financial records, reports, promotional material.

Pacific Improvement Company. Photographs of the Seventeen Mile Drive, scenic boulevards, Pacific Grove, Pebble Beach Lodge, Monterey Peninsula, California [graphic]

Views of the Monterey Peninsula, including the 17 Mile Drive, Pacific Grove, and the Pebble Beach Lodge, including the interior of the lodge. Many views with automobiles, and people dressed for excursion. Two fishing scenes.

Pacific Iron Works mining machinery [graphic]

Hoisting works for deep mines -- wire rope tramway dumping rig -- roasting and lixiviating mill -- copper smelting plant.

Pacific Lumber Company records, [ca. 1864-1938]

Fragmentary records documenting operations of the company in Nevada Co. and later in Humboldt Co.

Pacific Mail Steamship Company journal and logbook : ms., 1883-1885.

Journal (Jan. 14-Feb. 4, 1883) kept by an agent of the Company, covering part of a trip to collect data concerning business possibilities along the Gulf of Mexico; written aboard the Colima and the Sonora in the Bay of Mazatlan...

Pacific Mail Steamship Company. Letters to Alfred Robinson : New York City, 1848 December - 1850 November.

From William H. Aspinwall and Samuel W. Comstock; relating to Robinson's service as agent for the company on the California coast.

Pacific Mail Steamship Company records, 1851-1880.

Contents: Ledger, 1878-1880, of accounts of personnel on various ships; bills for the steamship Constitution, and miscellaneous papers.

Pacific Mill and Mining Company records : Virginia City, Nevada, 1865-1936 (bulk 1869-1884).

Receipts, payrolls, accounts, and other records for various mills operated by the company, including Bacon, Brunswick, California Mill, Eagle Salt Works, Hoosier State Mill Co., Kelsey, Mariposa, Morgan, Nevada Mill, North End, Occidental, Omega, Ophir, Trench and Woodworth mills.

Pacific Motor Trucking Company records, [ca. 1933-1965]

Leases, sales agreements, notices of assignment, etc.

Pacific slope trip [graphic]

Photographs document a train trip through many western locations, including: the Rocky Mountains, Utah, California, Oregon, Yellowstone National Park, Alaska, Canada, Minnesota, and Ohio. Alaska views include Indians.

Pacific Steam Navigation Company minute books, 1838-1889.

Originals in: the Company's possession in Liverpool.

Pacific Steam Whaling Co. Photographs of San Francisco, the Arctic, and other scenes [graphic]

Contains family photos (babies, toys, pets, etc.); and family scenes in San Francisco including picnics, interior scenes, and other snapshots. Also scenes of whaling ships in the Arctic Sea, some nature scenes and outdoor activities. Includes photographs of Artic Oil...

Pacific Telegraph Company accounts, 1865-1866.

Account book, removed from W.A. Carter Papers, "of all Expences on Repairs of Line west of Laramie. D.T.," October, 1865-April, 1866.

Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company file of correspondence and records, Accounting Dept. : San Francisco, 1920-1931.

Copies of letters, orders and related material, kept chiefly by I.C. Cassasa, division accountant.

[Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company operations in the San Francisco Bay Area, and snapshots of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire aftermath].

121 8x10 inch photographs formerly bound in two binders, depicting facilities, equipment, staff, and operations of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, chiefly in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley. Offices, staff lounges, switchboards and operators, machine shops, cable and cable-laying...

Pacifica Radio sampler : Berkeley Calif., 1984 May.

Volume contains photocopies of papers selected from KPFA, Berkeley, files, by Vera S. Hopkins, retired staff member, to document the founding, development and problems of listener sponsored radio, 1946-1984. Emphasis on early history and on KPFA. Table of contents included....

Packard, Walter E. (Walter Eugene) Photographs from the Walter Eugene Packard papers [graphic]

Collection of family pictures includes family portraits, school pictures of Packard grandchildren, etc. One portrait, which includes Emma Lou Packard, is captioned "four generations of Packards."

Packard (Walter Eugene) Papers

The collection is organized into nine series: Correspondence; Projects; Projects, post-retirement; Writings, manuscripts; Writings, printed; Newspaper clippings and press; Personalia; Emma Lou (Leonard) Packard papers; and Other family papers. The correspondence includes both outgoing and incoming letters. Outgoing correspondence is...

Packet of Mexican documents, circa 1913-1926.

Portfolio cover title: Consulado de la Republica Dominicana.

[Packing pineapples, Oahu, Hawaii, and a view of the Palace Hotel Court, San Francisco, California] [graphic].

Three field workers pack stacks of pineapples into crates as a supervisor looks on. An elevated plank walk or irrigation flume cuts across the field. The view of San Francisco's Palace Hotel court is taken from the corner of the...

Padgette, Paul. Photographs from the Paul Padgette collection of American and English writers [graphic].

Anagram Bookshop storefront and interiors, Paul Pagette in his bookstore, and Baltimore bookbinder Irving Paxton at work.

Padilla collection of California photographs [graphic].

Views include many of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906; Lake Tahoe and vicinity; industry, oil terminals, and rail yards in Richmond, Calif. Also included are: the Emanuel Sisterhood, California Missions, Yosemite, redwoods, sequoias and "McEwan's Tract", San...

Padrones : Nueva Vizcaya, Mexico, 1786-1821.

Census tables and reports for Valle de la Ciénega de los Olivos, 1786; for the Corps of Dragoons in the jurisdiction of Chihuahua, 1787; for the parish of San Francisco Javier de Satebó and the mission of Santiago de Bobonoyaba,...

Paetow, Louis John Papers concerning the California State Historical Association, 1922-1924.

Chiefly carbon copies of letters sent. A few letters received, reports and organizational papers included.

Page, Bacon & Co. records, 1851-1863.

Includes notices of protest for non-payment of notes, signed by H.H. Haight, E.V. Joice and Frank Turk, 1851-1855; draft and renewal of partnership, 1854-1855; power of attorney from Charles Dana; power of attorney to David Hoadley; judgment in case Stanford...

Page, Bacon & Co. records, 1854-1856.

Includes early checks, bills of exchange and deposit receipts, mainly from their San Francisco office.

Page (Donald W.) Papers

Donald William Page, born in on October 12, 1884, spent much of his career in Mexico, Ecuador, Spain, Portugal, and other countries. During World War I, he served as a captain in the United States Army Corps of Engineers and...

Pages from an orderly book : Headquarters. Army of Occupation, Texas and Mexico : DS, 1848 May 2-Dec. 20.

Copies of orders and court martial records, written at various headquarters points, principally Mexico and the mouth of the Rio Grande in Texas. Signed by 2nd Lieut. Daniel M. Beltzhoover.

Pages from assay book : San Francisco, 1859-1879.

Records of payments signed by various individuals.

Paget-Fredericks (Joseph Rous) Dance Collection

The Paget-Fredericks Dance Collection contains roughly 2,000 original drawings, paintings, photographs and pieces of memorabilia that date from ca. 1913 to ca. 1945.

Paget-Fredericks, Joseph Rous Scrapbooks of original art for The paisley unicorn and Coconina and Pantaloni [graphic] /

Chiefly pen and ink illustrations for children's stories by Paget-Fredericks, along with ephemera, annotations, and typed notes with biographical information and quotations from reviews of the artist's work. Also includes a printed promotional poster for the San Francisco Players' Guild's...

Paget-Fredericks (Jospeh Rous) Papers

The Joseph Rous Paget-Fredericks Papers consist primarily of materials relating to his extensive involvement in the art and dance world of the 1920s and 1930s. Although the collection extends from 1893-1963, the bulk of materials date from 1924 to 1962,...

Pahlavi archive.

Texts and fragments of texts on parchment, leather, and textiles; clay bullae (document seals) and miscellaneous objects. Bullae and objects are housed in 17 flat plastic specimen containers (boxes 27-43), 34 x 22 x 6 cm.

Paintings and sketches by Mrs. Charles Fremont Pond [graphic]

Primarily California landscapes and a few portraits. Includes 2 photographs of oil paintings by Pond.

Paintings and sketches [graphic] /

Includes portraits (5 of Joaquin Miller), landscapes, and nature scenes.

Paintings by Gelett Burgess [graphic]

Paintings are very colorful, in most cases fully populated, with one or more inhuman, mythical, or imaginary creatures.

Paintings of California flowers [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

[Pajarito Club, Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico photograph album].

Views of the homesteaders, buildings, investors and guests, grounds and surrounding region of the Pajarito Club. Many Native Americans of the region are depicted, as are their cliff dwellings, kivas, adobe buildings and other structures. Depicted in many images is...

[Palace Hotel advertising card, with a portrait of Taliesin Evans mounted on verso] [graphic].

Palace Hotel card contains a mounted photoprint of a drawing of the hotel exterior, with letterpress advertising text. The diminutive scale of pedestrians and steet traffic emphasizes the building's size. The carte de visite portrait on verso is of Taliesin...

Palace Hotel and Nob Hill views [graphic]

:1 Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. -- :2 Palace Hotel, San Francisco Cal. (variant with several figures on corner) -- :3 Nob Hill from Telegraph Hill, San Francisco, Cal. (No. 117)

Palace Hotel Records

Contains daily schedules and reservations, and employee time sheets. The daily schedules and reservations detail banquets, meetings, weddings, parties and also the first meetings of the United Nations in 1945. Details include menus and seating charts. There are also daily...

Palache, Charles Photographs from Palache's Six weeks in the saddle [graphic] : a trip to Stockton in ... July and August 1889.

Views of a trip to Hetch Hetchy, Yosemite, Mono Lake, Mariposa Big Trees and other areas in the Sierra Nevada. Photos depict roadside scenery, men in camps, horses, hiking, etc.

Palomar Observatory photographs [graphic]

Interior and exterior views of Palomar Observatory and telescope, including an aerial view of the region.

Palomar y Vizcarra, Miguel. Letter to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy : and related materials. Mexico : LS, 1962 July 31.

Sent with copy of his book, Los Cristeros del Volcán de Colima. Refers to the visit of the Kennedys to Mexico, and discusses the problems of the church in Mexico, and U.S. policies in regard to these problems. With this:...

Pamela Israel papers, 1975-1985.

Includes field notes, course notes, unpublished papers, index cards, and audio tapes, as well as annotated articles on ethnicity, social change, social theory, phonology, and linguistics in South and Central America, and Israel's master's thesis on Uspantán, Guatemala, and her...

Pamela Platt Gregory papers, 1864-1913 (bulk 1864-1883).

Personal letters from Gregory and Platt family members providing numerous details on family members and friends. Arranged chronologically. Handwritten letters (24), essays (2), with typewritten transcripts [some original letters missing] includes a photocopy photograph of Pamela Platt Gregory with handwritten...

Pamela Walker papers, 1975-1992.

Contains information on publicity for the disabled including guidelines, publicity packets and clippings. Subjects include education on understanding handicaps and the disabled in the Arts.

[Panama Canal views].

Views of the Panama Canal, various ships in the canal, and nearby Canal Zone locations including Cristóbal, Cartí Island and Colón.

Panama Pacific International Exposition and Yosemite camping views [graphic]

Snapshots of the P.P.I.E. grounds, and views of scenery and camp life in Yosemite. Includes photos of a group of young men and women on hikes, in camp, taking photographs, riding a motorcycle, etc.

Panama Pacific International Exposition Pictorial Miscellany

Chiefly panoramic or birdseye views of the expostion grounds and of crowds or organized groups attending special events or dedicated days of the exposition. Many such days are focused upon organized professional or trade groups or upon visiting individuals....

Panama Pacific International Exposition Records

The Panama Pacific International Exposition Records consist of the official records from the offices of the world's fair held in San Francisco, California in 1915. The bulk of the records range in date from 1911, when San Francisco was officially...

Panama-Pacific International Exposition - Photographs

The Photographs of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition collection contains 31 photographic prints of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition taken by the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition.

Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915 - Views

The Views of the Panama Pacific International Exposition albums contain 462 photographic prints taken by William Hood of the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition. The albums document in great detail the structures and grounds of the Panama-Pacific...

Panama-Pacific International Exposition architectural drawings : blueprints, 1913-1914.

Drawings principally for the utility systems of the following structures: California Building (Thomas H. Burditt and George W. Kelham); Court of the Four Seasons (Henry Bacon); Festival Hall (Robert D. Farquhar); Fine Arts Building (Bernard R. Maybeck); Horticulture Building (Bakewell...

Panama-Pacific International Exposition glass negatives [graphic].

Negatives depict events, exhibits, buildings and grounds of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition held in San Francisco in 1915. Especially noteworthy subjects include automobiles and the airplane shows of stunt pilot Art Smith. Other subjects include guns, deep-sea diving equipment, bicycles,...

[Panama-Pacific International Exposition photographs of exhibits and other views].

Subjects include exhibits of Pacific Tank & Pipe Co., Horlick's malted milk, and the Feaster film feed machine; attractions in the Joy Zone; the California Building; a group portrait taken on the grounds of the Japanese Pavilion; and a view...

Panama-Pacific International Exposition views [graphic].

Views show construction of various buildings used for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, Calif., including the Palace of Machinery, Palace of Horticulture and Palace of Education. Panoramic views show Exposition site during construction with hills of city of...

Panjandrum Press records, circa 1970-1990.

Contains publishing contracts, correspondence, manuscripts, reviews, business records, poems, etc.

[Panorama of Honolulu, Hawaii] [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

[Panorama of San Francisco from California St. hill] [graphic].

Detailed 360 degree panoramic view in mammoth plate format, taken from the roof of the Mark Hopkins residence on Nob Hill.

Panorama of San Francisco [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

[Panorama of the foreign settlement, Kobe, Japan] [graphic].

360 degree panorama, from a rooftop, of neighborhood near harbor with colonial architecture. Young planted trees line the streets. Rickshaws and occasional human figures are visible in largely empty streets. Tile workers are on some rooftops. A British flag flies...

[Panoramas of Manzanillo, Mexico] [graphic].

Two panoramas of Manzanillo, Mexico, both showing harbor, boats and sailing ships on the bay, and early housing on beach and among hills in the background. The presumed earlier panorama was taken from slightly elevated vantage point; the later one...

[Panoramic group portraits].

Group portraits, subjects to be identified after treatment of rolled panoramic prints.

Panoramic Hill Association records, 1952-1999.

Contains by-laws, meeting minutes, correspondence, clippings, plot maps, newsletter (Panoramic Hill News) and other materials relating to planning & zoning regulations and other aspects of community life in the Panoramic Hill area. Much of the material documents their interaction with...

Panoramic photographs of First World War U.S. National Guard troops at Camp Cody, New Mexico [graphic].

Panoramic views of Camp Cody depicting stations of the 1st South Dakota Cavalry and the 4th Nebraska and 3rd Minnesota Infantries.

[Panoramic photographs of Orange County, Calif. scenes].

Various panoramic scenes from early 20th century Orange County, including :1-:2--G) Huntington Beach oil fields; :3--G) orange groves, with oil field in distance; :4--G) harvest scene; :5--G) United Walnut Growers of California truck loaded with bags of walnuts; :6--I) Laguna...

Panoramic photographs of San Francisco after the earthquake and fire of 1906 [graphic] /

:1 No. 51 Business District of San Francisco [prior to the earthquake, probably taken from the roof of Shreve & Co., at Grant and Post Streets] :2 The Burning city - San Francisco. 10 a.m. April 18,1906 [taken from the...

Panoramic photographs of Southwestern mining regions [graphic].

Views of the towns or vicinities of Miami (Arizona?), Oatman (Arizona), Kelvin, Metcalf, Morenci (Arizona?) and unidentified locales. All appear to be Southwestern arid landscapes, and they were photographed by Los Angeles-based photographers. 23 views are in panoramic formats, and...

Panoramic pictures of Denali (Mount McKinely), Alaska from the Sierra Club Foundation records [graphic].

Panoramic images of Denali (Mount McKinley) and adjacent mountain range.

Pantoskey family papers, 1865-1945 (bulk 1885-1945).

The collection consists mainly of a scrapbook separated into various topics, including national and civic affairs. The collection also contains photographs, marriage certificates, and other materials related to the Pantoskey family and business.

Papeles de los Gobernadores de la Alta California : official Papers of the Governors of Alta California, 1804-1846, 1937.

A bound collection of eighteen original proclamations, letters, and other official papers of the Spanish and Mexican Governors of California between 1804 and 1846. The documents are mounted with typewritten English translations mounted on opposite pages; with a title page...

Papeles relativos a la Comandancia General de las Provincias Internas de Occidente : Durango, Mexico, 1820.

Letter to the Ayuntamiento of San Buenaventura, August 29, 1820, and proclamation, September 9, 1820, of a royal decree dated April 22, 1820, concerning rights and privileges of the Indians.

Papeles Varios Compuestos por el Ex[celentisi] mo Yll[ustrisi] mo S[eñ]or Campillo, [1542-1804]

Copies of letters, reports, decrees, and miscellaneous papers relating principally to ecclesiastical affairs, compiled by González del Campillo, including material composed by him either as Bishop of Puebla or in an earlier subordinate capacity. Written for the most part in...

Papeles varios de todo Genero de Poesia : Salamanca, Spain : ms.S, 1789 Apr. 9.

A poetical miscellany, all authors anonymous; assembled and transcribed by Vara.

Papeles varios shelf list : ms., [ca. 1870-1890]

Numerical listing by original volume, of contents of series of works, chiefly pamphlets, 1653-1873, so designated in H.H. Bancroft Collection.

Papers concerning the Filibuster War : Nicaragua, [1851-1858]

Originals and contemporary copies. Include letters and documents from William Walker, Bruno Von Natzmer, Francisco de Castellón, Trinidad Cabañas, and Máximo Jerez; petition from citizens of Granada in 1855 requesting that General Ponciano Corral's death sentence be commuted; certification of...

Papers concerning the Oakland Gold Mining Company, 1878-1907.

Two stock certificates issued to Mrs. C.A. Bramlett; letters concerning the company from the California Dept. of State, July-Nov., 1907. One signed by John Hoesch for C.F. Curry, Secretary of State; the other by Lew A. Norton, License Superintendent.

Papers concerning volume of autographs of California pioneers, 1909-1925 /

Letters from Ora Oak to Joseph C. Rowell, Henry Morse Stephens and others; receipt for the volume from the Bancroft Library; letter from Everett L. Perry; printed propectus and table of contents included.

Papers of various mining companies operating in Goldfield, Nevada, 1904-1925.

Chiefly records of Edward S. Van Dyck, Albert S. and Edward C. Watson, agents and promoters, concerning the Jumbo Extension, Vernal, Florence Goldfield and Manhattan Mining companies, the Topak-Keystone Mining and Milling Co., and other mining ventures.

Papers on American literary manuscripts prepared by students for Prof. James D. Hart's American Literature seminar : University of California, Berkeley, ca. 1959-1967.

Include papers on the following: William C. Bryant, James F. Cooper, Richard H. Dana, Jr.; Ralph W. Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sophia P. Hawthorne, Oliver W. Holmes, Henry W. Longfellow, Herman Melville, William H. Prescott, Harriet B. Stowe and Walt Whitman....

Papers on civilian activities in World War I : prepared for courses in California history, University of California, 1919.

Concerning Americanization projects, welfare and entertainment programs, shipbuilding, relief activities, etc.

Papers on European and American Printers, Illustrators, and Artists

Prepared by students in UC School of Librarianship courses in the history of the book and history of printing.

Papers on the Bear Flag...

Papers obtained by H.H. Bancroft for his History of California, documenting the capture and occupation of Sonoma in 1846, M.G. Vallejo's imprisonment, and events leading to his release.

Papers on the History of California

They relate mainly to the Donner Party, McKinstry's work as sheriff for the Sacramento District, estimates of the whites and Indians in the Sacramento Valley, and early steamboats on the Sacramento River. Included also is a pay roll of the...

Papers on western authors written for Prof. James D. Hart's seminars, 1957-1963.

Includes papers on Jack London, Gelett Burgess, Mary Austin, Upton Sinclair, Bret Harte, Ambrose Bierce, Robinson Jeffers, Gertrude Atherton.

Papers pertaining to case in California Supreme Court, Hart vs. Burnett, et al, concerning land in San Francisco, 1860.

An appeal from Superior Court, San Francisco, involving title to a number of 50-vara lots levied upon and sold by the sheriff under judgement in suit, Jesse D. Carr vs. the City (cf. 15 Calif. Reports 530)

Papers pertaining to claim of Andrés Pico, Elias L. Beard, John M. Horner and Juan B. Alvarado to Mission San Jose lands, 1852?-1855.

Contents: Draft of brief for the United States in U.S. Land Commission Case no. 110, and typed transcript of deposition of James Alexander Forbes in the same (the later copied form records in the U.S. District Court, San Francisco)

Papers pertaining to the Peralta family's title to Rancho San Antonio : Alameda Co., Calif., 1818-1923.

Include photocopy of original California land grant documents now in the National Archives; transcripts of documents from U.S. Land Commission and District Court cases; abstract of title, 1887; and documents pertaining to later litigation, with related material.

Papers regarding grand jury indictments of Abraham Ruef, et al., in the Superior Court for San Francisco, 1907.

Include copies of true bills and transcripts of testimony before the grand jury.

Papers regarding Mrs. Roberton F. Williams' Willa Cather collection, [ca. 1948-1951]

Include letters from bookdealers Constance Spencer and Ben Abramson (Argus Books Inc.). Enclosure to letter (6 June 1951) from Constance Spencer: letter to her from F.B. Adams, Jr. re Alexander's Bridge, 28 May 1951.

Papers related to California Indian Conference, "Weaving Ancient Traditions", approximately 1985-1986.

Files from the California Indian Project at the Lowie Museum of Anthropology. Lee Davis, Director of the project, organized and planned the conference.

Papers relating to Baja California, 1847 Sept. 27-Dec. 4.

Signed originals, copies, and drafts relating to Baja California in 1847 and primarily to the war between Mexico and the United States. Deal with military needs and maneuvers, war-time legislation, the meritorious conduct of various officers, the treachery of Francisco...

Papers relating to California pioneers and to California history

A few autobiographical sketches collected by Mrs. Wolfe; research notes; transcripts of letters, diaries, and articles; occassional correspondence with families of pioneers, etc. Include material relating to the following people - John Marsh, Kimball family, John Muir, George C. Yount,...

Papers relating to E.A. Denicke and F.A. Denicke, [ca. 1863-1919]

Diplomas, military commissions, clippings (including obituaries), memorial tributes, and other papers.

Papers relating to Francisco Pico's claim to the Calaveras grant, 1846-1853.

Tracings from the following original documents: petition, 1846, by Pico, with map, certified by John C. Hays, Surveyor General of the U.S. for California, and copy of grant by Pio Pico, July 11, 1846.

Papers relating to Healing v. Jones (Hopi-Navajo Land Claims Case), 1819-1970.

Contains testimony, reports, transcripts, findings, exhibits, notes, correspondence, and legal documents used by the Navajo Tribe's attorney, Norman Littell. There are also documents pertaining to Pueblo and other Native American tribal land claim cases.

Papers relating to John Wright Buckham's Book: George Holmes Howison

Includes letters written to Buckham, mainly after the publication of the book, and a few anecdotes by Buckham concerning Howison.

Papers relating to La Laguna Seca land grant in Santa Clara Co., Calif., 1853-1854.

Agreements (2) Oct. 17, 1853, between Juan B. A. Alvires and Isaac Saffarrans, and agreement, 1854, between James Eldredge and attorneys, E.W.F. Sloan and N.H. Davis, pertaining to suits for recovery of land granted to Juan Alvires.

Papers relating to land in Klamath Co., Calif., 1864-1872.

Papers concerning land purchased with Chippewa Half Breed Scrip by various individuals residing in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Includes powers of attorney to lawyer William S. Chapman, and deeds to Frank P. Hooper and John A. Hooper of California.

Papers relating to litigation over the wills of James G. and Charles L. Fair, 1880-1909.

Photostats of letters and documents, 1880-1894, of James G. Fair; detectives' reports on Nettie R. Craven and others; statements of various persons; copy of Marc Levingston's formal withdrawal; list of jurors; C.L. Fair's cipher book, 1890; various papers in the...

Papers relating to pre-emption claims for land in Los Angeles Co., Calif., 1853-1858.

Include affidavits and claims by Thomas Burdick, 1853; John G. Downey, 1854; José Joaquín Jimeno and Francisco de Jesús Sánchez for a portion of San Gabriel Mission, recorded by B.D. Wilson, 1857; and John Goller, 1858.

Papers relating to property known as the Alameda Marsh in the Oakland Estuary, 1916-1921.

Include abstracts of title compiled by the Oakland Title Insurance and Guaranty Company and the Leckie-Abraham Title Company, with abstracted documents dating from 1818 to 1912; information on the Oakland inner harbor by Edward C. Sessions; report by Otto Von...

Papers relating to Rancho Arroyo de las Calaveras land claim : DS, 1846 May 1 - July 20.

English translations of Spanish documents. Include Francisco Pico's request to J.A. Sutter for the land, endorsements by Sutter and Francisco Guerrero, recommendation by Manuel Castro, and approval and official grant by Pío Pico.

Papers relating to Stanislaus County, [ca. 1854]

Invitations to Mr. and Mrs. Newsom to the New County Ball, May 19, 1854, and to a Fourth of July cotillion; draft of resolutions concerning use of school house and duties of trustees (in the handwriting of Charles Hutchings, father...

Papers relating to Suscol Rancho.

Tracings from original documents re claim for ranch.

Papers relating to the ascent of Mt. Whitney, 1873 September.

Includes observations, September 17-21, 1873 at Visalia, Camp Hopeful, and Mt. Whitney by Clarence King; observations by Carl Rabe, September 6-8, 1873 and by R.A. Loomis at Lone Pine; comparison of barometers at Cerro Gordo and San Francisco; Rabe's account...

Papers relating to the ceremonial completion of the Southern Pacific Company's linkage of the Oregon and California Railroad and the former California and Oregon Railroad at Ashland, Oregon, 1887-1958 (bulk 1887)

Transcripts of articles from the Jacksonville, Oregon, Democratic Times, December, 1887; photocopy of letter, "Chas. to Sister," Ashland, December 18, 1887; and letters from J.N. Bowman, 1958. Primarily concerns the spike driven by Charles Crocker at the ceremony.

Papers relating to the dedication of the Salvio Pacheco adobe, 1954.

Notice of dedication, Aug. 22, 1954; typescript of speech by Dr. George P. Hammond.

Papers relating to the execution of Dennis Mahoney for murder : D, 1859-1860.

Include order for execution, signed by E. Burke, judge, 13th judicial district; stays of execution signed by Governors John B. Weller and John G. Downey; and report of execution, March 9, 1860, by J.D. Griffen, sheriff, Mariposa County.

Papers relating to the Franklin K. Lane Memorial Fund, 1921-1939.

Correspondence relating to donations, the study of a permanent memorial, and the transfer of the fund to the University of California.

Papers Relating to the Jesuits in Baja California and Other Northern Regions in New Spain

Letters and reports (mostly signed originals) dealing primarily with the work of Padre Eusebio Francisco Kino and his fellow Jesuit missionaries in Baja California, Sonora, Sinaloa, and other parts of New Spain. Include histories of missions, accounts of explorations and...

Papers relating to the Joaquin Moraga adobe, circa 1954.

Plan and notes by Ella F. Moraga; notice of dedication, May 23, 1954; clippings.

Papers relating to the lawsuit of Macdonald vs. Garrison and Morgan. Court of Common Pleas : New York, 1855-1860.

Included are copies of legal documents, transcripts of testimony, papers used in evidence, correspondence relating to progress of the trial, letters from John T. Doyle, Macdonald's San Francisco attorney, and clippings concerning the trial and William Walker.

Papers relating to the Philippine Islands, 1857-1898.

Receipt 1896 signed by P.O. Trinidad, Juez de Paz de Macati; papers of San Pedro Macati, Manila (certificates and letterhead); YMCA card and stationary for U.S. troops in the Philippines; Gobierno General circular, July 13, 1886 (in Arabic?); Fred Baker...

Papers relating to the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance, 1856, 1856 May - Aug.

Include statements presented by citizens before the Committee; two letters relating to Judge David S. Terry; letter of resignation from a member, L. Joseph; letter from two citizens requesting release of a prisoner, Jacob Ritchie; letter from John Maguire requesting...

Papers relating to the ship Electric Spark, 1856-1857.

33 documents surveying what occurred when the ship Electric Spark arrived in San Francisco with damaged goods includes the San Francisco Port Warden's survey of the ship's condition and contents, and letters to the ship's owners Magoun and Son of...

Papers relating to William G. Dryden : typescripts, 1839-1939.

Papers re the trial, imprisonment, and damage suit of Dryden, a U.S. citizen charged by the Mexican government with complicity in the 1841 attempt of Texas to annex New Mexico through the armed Santa Fe expedition organized by President Lamar...

Papers relating to Women's Suffrage in California, 1888-1911

Includes letters from Charles F. Aked, William F. Badè, John G. Brooks, California Equal Suffrage Association, May L. Cheney, Albert H. Elliot, Thomas E. Hayden, William S. Morgan, Thomas H. Reed, Anna Scott, J. Stitt Wilson, August Vollmer, Helen M....

Paramount Theatre (Oakland, Calif.) Photographs from the Paramount Theatre records [graphic].

Photographs chiefly document the 1970s restoration of the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, Calif., and the damage and repair following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. Also includes construction photographs, publicity photographs, and photographs depicting general interiors, exteriors, events and staff.

Paramount Theatre Records

Provides a complete history of the venue from 1929-1999, with regular additions expected. The management, construction and restoration of the building are fully documented. The bulk of the collection includes detailed performance schedules and a large poster collection.

Paramount Theatre videorecording collection.

Primarily VHS and BETA tapes and an 8 mm film of the opening night, December 1931; 1973 newsreel; local tv coverage; 1989 earthquake survey; and 1993 restoration.

The Pardee collection of photographs related to water projects [graphic]

Photographs related to the following water projects: Truckee-Carson Project, Nevada (many views); Uncompaghre Project, Colorado; Klamath Project, Oregon; Yuma Project, Arizona; and Minidoka Project, Idaho. Views depict construction of dams, spillways, and canals.

Pardee (George C.) Papers

The George Cooper Pardee Papers, 1871-1968, contain materials documenting Pardee's political career as governor of California, his role as governor in overseeing relief efforts following the Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906, and his interests in conservation, forestry,...

Pardon Bowen Smith family papers, 1850-1925.

Consists of correspondence of the Pardon Bowen Smith family including Lucinda Huntinton, Ebenezer Handy Smith, James V. Smith, Joanna Jewell Smith, Mary Victoria Smith, Pardon Bowen Smith, and John N. Hartford. Letters include information on voyages from Maine to California...

Paris during the Commune [graphic].

Five scenes of various places in Paris during the Commune, some showing barricades and soldiers. Scenes include: 1. Ruins of Palais des Tuileries, destroyed by fire spring 1871, looking northeast from Jardin des Tuileries; 2. L'Église de la Madeleine in...

Parish archives of Altar, Sonora.

Positive microfilm of selected documents relating to baptisms, marriages, burials and ecclesiastical matters, ca. 1764-1858. Byron Ivancovich-Kieran McCarty microfilm project, 1964-1965. See also BANC MSS 72/195 and 72/220.

Parish archives of Magdalena, Sonora, Mexico.

Positive microfilm of selected documents relating to baptisms, marriages, burials and ecclesiastical matters, ca. 1684-1913. Byron Ivancovich-Kieran McCarty microfilm project, 1964-1965.

Parish archives of Sonora and Sinaloa, Mexico.

Positive microfilm of selected documents relating to baptisms, marriages, burials and ecclesiastical and civil affairs during the late 18th and early 19 centuries. Selection made by Kieran McCarty, O.F.M. Filmed under the auspices of the University of Arizona Library, Sonora-Sinaloa...

Parish records from Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe de Reinosa : Nuevo León, Mexico, 1781-1831.

1. Ocho Diligencias Matrimoniales q[u]e se practicaron en este de Juzg[a]do Ecc[lesiásti]co de la Villa de N[ues]tra S[eñor]a de Guadalupe de Reynosa siendo Ministro el Reverendo Padre Predicador General Fray Francisco Antonio Rochel ... Nuevo León, January 5-November 19, 1781....

Park & Co. Photo. Photographs of Laguna, New Mexico and of an Indian woman with pottery [graphic]

Collection contains a street scene in Laguna, and a portrait of a woman with pottery.

Parker family papers, 1874-1991.

Contains a biography and clippings about Jean Parker and school named for her, Civil War remembrances of W.L. McEwen, Parker family genealogy, and photographs of Parker family.

Parker (Robert A.) Papers

Correspondence, mainly about his writing; mss., with related materials, of his biographies; articles and book reviews by him relating to art and the theater; mss. of film scenarios and plays; unfinished ms. on the theater in America; unpublished novel based...

Parkinson family letters : ALS, 1848-1893.

Collection of 21 letters includes letters from members of the Parkinson and Harrison families and friends to May Parkinson (Mrs. A.A. Parkinson) as well as a few letters from May. Many are letters of condolence on family deaths, particularly that...

Parkman (Samuel P.P.) Papers

The Samuel Paul Pablo Parkman family papers includes correspondence, mining documents, diaries, personal legal documents and genealogies.

Parks and Buildings of Sacramento, Calif., ca. 1930-1939

The , collection contains 34 photographic prints probably taken during the 1930's. Included are views of parks, schools and other buildings. Parks include Fremont, McKinley Marshall, South Side, and Winn parks. Schools include Oak Park, Watson Grammar, and the high...

Parks and redwoods, 1919-1971 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1959-1972.

Comments on his father Wells Drury and his journalistic career in Nevada and San Francisco; his brother, Aubrey Drury; college days at University of California, 1908-1912; teaching and working as assistant to the President of the University; organization and work...

Parks Bar Bridge, Yuba River, Calif. [graphic]

Views of the Parks Bar Bridge (Yuba River Bridge), California State Highway 20 spanning the river, Smartville vicinity, Yuba County, Calif.

Parks in Oakland, California - Views

The Views of Parks in Oakland, California collection contains 30 photographic prints taken circa 1905.

Parnassus Press records

The Parnassus Press records including administrative files, correspondence, manuscripts, notebooks, sketches, drawings and artifacts.

Parr Terminal : fifty years of industry on the Richmond waterfront : oral history transcript /

Cox discusses his family background; industrialist Fred D. Parr; Parr-McCormick Steamship Line, and Port of Oakland, 1915; beginning Parr Terminal, Richmond, 1926; Richmond waterfront industries, 1930s-1950s: Ford Motor Co., Filice & Perrelli Canning Co.; Terminals No. 1-4; Pt. San Pablo:...

Parratt, Edna Martin. Letters received by Edna Martin Parratt, 1954-1976.

Includes letters from Admiral Nimitz; Nancy, Lady Astor; Irving and Ellin Berlin.

Parsons (Edward L.) Papers

The Edward Lambe Parsons Papers, 1865-1968, consist of correspondence, writings, and office files relating to his career as one of the leading figures of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America, plus personal, biographical, and family papers. The collection spans Parsons'...

Parsons (James Jerome) Papers

Collection consists of personal, professional and academic incoming correspondence for James Jerome Parsons. Also included are reviews by and of Parsons’ work.

Participant in the evolution of American corrections, 1931-1973 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1971-1976.

Comments on work in penal and corrective institutions prior to appointment by Earl Warren as director of California Dept. of Corrections in 1944; experiences as head of California prison system; work of the State Crime Commissions; relations with prison wardens,...

Partido Unionista records, 1919-1931 (bulk 1919-1921).

Bound ledger containing 189 pages of handwritten minutes and actions recorded by the Unionist Party of Guatemala concerning their activities and the government of Manuel Estrada Cabrera. Dated entries from January 3, 1919 to October 7, 1921 contain enumerated actions...

Partington collection of paintings and relief sculpture [graphic].

Paintings include --1. Portrait of a boy [possibly John Allen Partington I] --2. Boats in bay, view of Angel Island[?], --3. Study after Velasquez's Las Meninas, --4. an unfinished wood relief sculpture of a face, --5. Portrait of Blanche Partington,...

Partington family papers

The correspondence and papers of the John Herbert Evelyn Partington, his wife Sarah, and their children: Blanche Partington, Gertrude Partington Albright, Phyllis Partington, and, to a lesser extent, Jack (John) Partington, Sr., Richard Langtry Partington, Edward Partington, and Kate Partington.

Partington family photograph albums [graphic].

v.1: Album of snapshots given to Gertrude Partington by Carrie Sterling, Christmas, 1904. -- v.2: Views of Point Pedro, 1905 and unidentified California locales; fire and aftermath of 1906 earthquake; ruins of Cliff House; views near Monterrey. -- v.3: Cartes...

Partington family photograph collection [graphic]

Includes many photographs of Phyllis Partington, theater and opera personalities, family portraits and residences, etc. Also includes photographs of an outing aboard Jack London's yacht The Snark.

Partington family photographs [graphic].

Collection of Partington family portraits and snapshots, including John Herbert Evelyn Partington, Sarah Ann Partington, Blanche Partington, Richard Langtry, Gertrude Partington Albright, Phyllis Partington, John Allan (Jack) Partington, Kate Partington and Edward and Mary Partington. Also includes pictures of Partington...

Partner and participant : oral history transcript : University of California chancellor's and president's wife, 1984-1995 / 2002.

Family, childhood in North Carolina and New Jersey; meeting Jack Peltason at University of Missouri, marriage and family; faculty wife at Smith College and University of Illinois, 1947-1959; UC Irvine, founding years, 1964-1967; wife of chancellor, University of Illinois, 1967-1977;...

Partnership in community service : oral history transcript / and related material, 1976-1978.

Life in Berkeley, Calif.; association with University of California, as student in Berkeley and as fund-raiser; voluntary work with various organizations, including YWCA, United Service Organization, Travelers Aid Association of America, World Affairs Council, United Way, International Conference of Social...

Partridge (Roi) Mills College: Record of a Campus, ca. 1940

This collection of Mills College photographs consists of 55 items (53 photographic prints) mounted on boards, taken by Roi Partridge, circa 1940. The other two items are a map of Mills based on a drawing, and a postscript describing the...

Pasadena and Southern California orange groves [graphic]

Includes a general view of Pasadena; a view of a live oak on Orange Grove Blvd. near Columbia Street, Pasadena; and a photo of orange picking and packing.

Pasadena, California, area views [graphic]

Photographs show the San Gabriel Mission interior and exterior, Marengo Ave. (Pasadena), Lucky Baldwin's home near Pasadena, the Raymond Hotel, the beach and hotel at Santa Monica, and the home of Ramona (Camulos Ranch).

Paschal L. Mack letters to sister : San Francisco : ALS, 1852-1853.

Two letters, describing poverty in San Francisco.

Pascoe (Juan) collection

The Juan Pascoe Collection, 1971-2014, contains almost all of the imprints and published monographs created by Juan Pascoe. It begins with his first efforts in West Branch, Iowa (1971-1972), traces his developments through his initial press, Imprenta Rascuache, in Mexico...

The passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 ; Executive Director, Save San Francisco Bay Association : oral history transcript / 1994.

Nelson discusses the Miller-Bradley and Seymour bills in Congress; lobbying efforts of environmental and agricultural communities in the formation of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act; Metropolitan Water District and water marketing transfers; the Endangered Species Act, Share the Water,...

The passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 : oral history transcript : the Central Valley Project Water Association Perspective / 1999.

Representing Central Valley Project Water Assn. (CVPWA); drafting and revising John Seymour's bill S. 2016, and efforts to pass Seymour bill and oppose bills of Congressman George Miller, Senator Bill Bradley (Miller-Bradley bills); relationships with Miller, Bradley, Central Valley congressmen...

The passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 : oral history transcript : the Metropolitan Water District perspective / 1999.

Joint interview discusses the background of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Water District's (MWD) interest in water marketing and transfers, and water banking; Imperial Irrigation District, Palo Irrigation District; Arvin-Edison Water Storage District, Areias Dairy Farm Transaction; the three-way process, formation...

Passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 : oral history transcript : the role of George Miller / 1996.

Daniel P. Beard dicusses his interests in natural resources policy issues, in particular his association with Cogressman George Miller and the congressman's position on Central Valley Project reform; and concludes the interview with his views of his time as Commissioner...

Passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 : oral history transcript : the role of John Seymour / 1997.

The legislative assistant to Senator John Seymour, Richard K. Golb discusses the writing and revision of the Seymour bills on the water resources of the Central Valley, Calif., his work with the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and with...

The passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992: Environmental Defense Fund perspective : oral history transcript / 1996.

Joint interview discusses the Environmental Defense Fund, research relatd to California water issues, and the drafting, moving through the Senate, and final passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act

Passing it on : stories from the Civil Rights Movement, 1993.

Interviews with 24 individuals involved in the Civil Rights Movement in the United States and the San Francisco Bay Area. Interviewees include activists, a Black Panther member, and others.

Pat Brown: Friends and campaigners : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1982.

Interviews with individuals associated with him in his administration or in his campaigns. Copies of photographs and of documentary material inserted. Interviewees, and titles of interviews, as follows: Nancy Sloss. Political Appointments and Personalities; Meredith Burch. Political Notes; Charles Guggenheim....

Patentes y comunicaciones que se refieren a la Tarahumara (Segunda parte) : typescripts, 1780-1826.

Transcript of patents, official correspondence, orders, instructions, and royal decrees concerning missions to the Tarahumara Indians.

Patents, drawings and other documents pertaining to cable car design, 1890 April, 1894 January.

Patents, drawings and other documents pertaining to cable car design, BANC MSS 92/899 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

The Path to the lost cities exhibition [graphic] : Photographs of exhibit materials from the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology.

Exhibit traces the historic discovery of the "Lost Cities of the Maya" by American diplomat John Lloyd Stephens and English artist Frederick Catherwood, and Payne Johnson's 20th century visit to the same locations. Collection includes photographs (color snapshots) of the...

Pathfinder in the legal aspects of women : oral history transcript / and related material, 1973-1975.

Study of law in Wash., D.C.; interest in woman suffrage, elimination discrimination in state laws, equal rights amendment, National Woman's Party, etc.; appointment to federal judiciary in 1949. Appended: Photocopies of articles, speeches and other documentary material. With this: photocopies...

Patricia A. Buffler papers, 1963-2007.

Contains correspondence, articles, speeches, research and teaching materials from Patricia Buffler's career in at the University of Texas, Austin and the University of California, Berkeley.

Patricia A. Etter collection on Robert Brownlee, circa 1935-2001 (bulk 1980-2001).

Research materials used in editing the book, "An American Odyssey: the autobiography of a 19th c. Scotsman Robert Brownlee at the request of his children, Napa County, California, October, 1892," based on the life of a 19th century Scottish immigrant...

Patricia Branstetter collection of Simeon Stivers family papers : and related material, approximately 1828-1967 (bulk 1828-1928).

Contains family papers, correspondence, receipts, certificates, licenses, invoices, accounts, legal documents, land purchase receipts, clippings, etc., of a Mormon pioneer family in California. Includes similar materials for Stivers's uncle, Earl Marshall. Also includes other related materials about extended family members...

Patricia Freeman papers, 1945-1989 (bulk 1971-1989).

Conference materials gathered by Patricia Freeman from NAACP West Coast Regional Conferences (1977-1987), NAACP Region 1 Leadership Conferences (1972-1988), and NAACP Northern Area Conferences (1974-1987); NAACP Region 1 annual reports (1974-1982); Freeman's subject files, including files on ACT-SO, the development...

Patricia Oberhaus collection of Bay Area countercultural ephemera [graphic].

Posters and handbills for popular culture or counter-cultural events, chiefly in San Francisco and Berkeley. Includes rock concerts from the hippie to the punk eras.

Patrick J. Hillings photograph collection [graphic].

Includes studio portraits, press photographs and snapshots pertaining to the career and personal life of U.S. Representative and Republican Party insider Patrick J. Hillings (PIC boxes 1-2). Also depicted are various politicians and public figures, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard...

[Patrick J. Rafferty Mission Inn, Riverside, California photograph collection].

Professional views of Mission Inn in Riverside, Calif., taken chiefly at the turn of the 20th century. Negatives depict interiors and exteriors. Two negatives depict Oregon Trail pioneer Ezra Meeker and his ox-drawn wagon, perhaps during his tour of the...

Patrick Sarsfield Dorney scrapbooks, 1884-1891.

V.1: Clippings concerning politics in California, 1884-1888.

Patriotic parade in Monrovia, Calif. [graphic]

Two views of automobiles decorated for the parade, and one view of the parade progressing down the street, with flags flying from buildings. Parade could be for the ending of the first world war, or for July 4th.

Patrons of Husbandry California State Grange San Jose Grange, No. 10 records, 1873-1907.

Names of charter members and of candidates, 1873; secretary's report, 1873-1874; minutes of meetings, May 1873-Oct. 1907. Some clippings pertaining to activities of the Grange pasted in.

Patsy Jane Keating photographs from the Thomas Keating scrapbooks [graphic].

Photograph album contains chiefly snapshots documenting early life of Patsy Jane Keating. Album also depicts Patsy's father, Thomas Keating, who was assistant manager of the Hotel St. Francis in San Francisco, as well as the hotel's famous chef Victor Hirtzler...

Patten family papers, 1866-1923.

Letters, agreements and papers concerning quicksilver mines in Napa and Sonoma Counties; deeds for property in Napa County; letters and receipts.

Paul Bissinger papers, 1932-1942.

Chiefly letters, typescripts and finished broadsides for two printing projects Bissinger did for Kathleen and Charles Norris: "Thirtieth anniversary : to CeeGee from Katy" and "To Charles G. Norris on an anniversary, April 23, 1931"

Paul Groth papers, approximately 1970-2014.

Contains files of course materials, lecture notes, correspondence, syllabi of seminars, class readers, research materials, small architectural drawings, etc. related to Paul Groth's career as a professor of architecture and geography at UC Berkeley, with a particular emphasis on cultural...

Paul J. Corcoran papers, 1962-2000.

Contains papers relating to the Center for Independent Living (CIL); Boston Center for Independent Living (BCIL); Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Advisory Committee (RWJ NAC); independent living; personal care assistants. Also includes research papers and publications relating to disabilities and...

Paul J. Lundbeck papers, 1887-1970 (bulk 1944-1952).

The Paul J. Lundbeck collection contains correspondence and other materials regarding the life of Paul Lundbeck and his family. Included is correspondence between Paul and his wife Elizabeth written while he served in the Navy during World War II. Also...

Paul Jacobs papers, 1964-1978.

Includes Jacobs' writings and background material on police and criminal justice, especially in California.

Paul Jacobs papers, approximately 1959-1980.

Contains files on Personal Interests, Labor, Police and Criminal Justice, and Informers' Files.

Paul Jacobs papers, approximately 1967-1969.

Manuscripts and notes on Jacobs' activity and interests in writing about race relations with Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, and Native Americans, among other ethnic groups. Contains copies of research materials from as early as 1830.

Paul Jacobs papers relating to George H. McLain and the old age pension movement in California, 1948-1955.

Letters and memoranda from Frank A. Pinner and Philip Selznick, who, with Jacobs, wrote the report, "Old Age and Political Behavior: A Case Study," for the Institute of Industrial Relations, University of California, Berkeley; research notes, drafts of sections of...

Paul Lacombe papers, 1854-1913.

Letters and documents related to his bibliography of the works of Leopold Delisle. Include letters from Edouard J. Champion, Honoré Champion, Léopold V. Delisle, Xavier Delisle, Anatole Claudin, François E. M. Dolbet, Gustave Macon, Henri A. Omont, Edouard Pelay, Georges...

Paul Lester Morton papers, 1944-1967.

Collection contains papers relating to Morton's career at the University of California, Berkeley in Electrical Engineering. Materials includes articles by Morton, bibliographies of his published works, and biographical information (including work history, professional activities, etc.) Also includes professional correspondence and...

Paul M. Naghdi papers, circa 1943-1995.

Consists primarily of writings by Professor Naghdi. A small amount of correspondence and photographs are also included.

Paul Muñiz collection of Nicaraguan Perspectives : and related material, approximately 1980-1990.

Contains records, correspondence, policy guidelines, etc. of Nicaraguan Perspectives, a magazine published by the Nicaragua Information Center. Also contains numerous other miscellaneous publications and materials concerning various Nicaraguan and Latin American issues such as voting campaigns, foreign policy, and the...

[Paul Ogden collection of Harder, Spenger, Davis, and Ogden family photographs, and historical views of Berkeley, Calif.].

Snapshots and portraits of families related to Ogden or relevant to the history of Berkeley, Calif., and snapshots of Berkeley near the turn of the 20th century. Some may be photographs Ogden collected out of historical interest, but most seem...

Paul Padgette collection of American and English writers, 1962-1996 (bulk 1962-1993).

Boxes 1-4 contain correspondence begun by Paul Padgette (then known as Paul McDonald), following his visit to Carl Van Vechten in New York, and continuing until Van Vechten's death. Their passionate, detailed correspondence was based on Padgette's great interest in...

Paul Padgette collection of Annette Rosenshine material [graphic].

Photographs of sculptures by Rosenshine and portraits of her, including several by Ansel Adams and a few by Arnold Genthe.

Paul Padgette collection of Henry Herman Evans ephemera, 1961-1990.

Contains clippings, a calendar, and other ephemera relating to Henry Evans, collected by Paul Padgette.

Paul Padgette papers, circa 1950-2000.

Correspondence with booksellers; travel ephemera and travel notebooks; materials for Padgette's unpublished memoir.

Paul Schuster Taylor photograph collection [graphic]

Collection includes family pictures (including Paul S. Taylor as a baby), Paul S. Taylor in WWI uniform, and European views from 1971 (PIC box 1). Many views which relate to the Report on community development programs in India, Pakistan, and...

Paul Spivey papers, ca. 1954-1974.

Letters written to him, notes, clippings and related materials, including certificates of award and appreciation, mainly concerning his interest in the history of early sawmills in California, lumbering operations, and redwood trees, and his services as a park ranger. Oversize...

Paul Swatek Sierra Club papers, 1966-1983.

Papers relating to Paul Swatek's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Paula Friedman's collection of Open Cell records, 1969-1988.

The collection consists of copies of "Open Cell," a periodical that was associated with the Free University of Berkeley. The collection also contains Paula Friedman's recollections on the history of "Open Cell."

Paula Kirkeby/Smith Andersen Gallery collection of Bruce Conner, 1964-2001 (bulk 1974-2001).

The collection consists of gallery records regarding the representation and promotion of artist Bruce Conner. Organized chronologically, the collection includes gallery records, including correspondence, announcements, inventories and invoices. Also included are articles, reviews, interviews, resumes, bibliographies and reproductions of Conner's...

Pauline Dietz Sierra Club papers, 1947.

Papers relating to Pauline Dietz's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Pavlu Nikolaevichu Miliukovu, tribute, 1817, 1910.

Tribute to P. N. Miliukov from the Finnish colony of St. Petersburg, 1910. Two pages of origianl signatures, prececeded by leaf containing text of tribute, in manuscript, and decorated with an original drawing, hand-colored. Includes translation of tribute text.

Pawnee Mining Company stock certificate no. 11 and 16 to Charles Allenberg, trustee : San Francisco : DS, 1877 Sept. 26.

500 and 200 shares signed by Charles Allenberg (secretary) and S. Heydenfeldt (president), and lithographed by Britton Rey & Co., San Francisco.

Payne J. Shafter papers, 1876-1894.

Include letters to him from California State Prison at San Quentin and from Robert Dollar re his supplying them with wood, and from the California State Board of Agriculture re reward for his gelding Viking; accounts.

P.E. Van Pelt fire truck catalog and correspondence, 1938-1943.

Binder of materials on fire engine trucks the company produced for various towns, government agencies, and universities throughout California. Binder contains black and white lithographic prints of fire trucks with specifications on the back of each one. The binder was...

The peaceful conquest of Mexico, 1899 [graphic].

Photographs taken on a trip to Mexico; includes some professional photographs. Shows local people, street scenes, scenery, a bull fight, etc.

Peacock log, January 1, 1836 - November 5, 1837, and journal, August 19, 1838 - July 18, 1841.

The log records voyages in the Pacific, returning via California and Cape Horn to Norfolk, Va.

Pearl Harbor lifeboat logs : typescripts, 1941 Dec. 11-29.

Daily logs of the lifeboats of the SS "Lahaina" and the SS "Manini." Both ships were torpedoed or shot at by Japanese vessels. L.B. #2 of the Lahaina was at sea from Dec. 11-21, 1941; L.B. #2 of the Manini...

Pearson family papers, 1858-1960.

Consists of diaries, correspondence, and newspaper clippings. Diaries are by Samuel Pearson and his wife Margaret Pearson; they include Samuel Pearson's service Spanish-American War in Cuba, and time stationed in Calif. and Japan. Also includes menus, military documents, a scrapbook,...

Pearson (Gustavus C.) Papers

The collection consists primarily of diaries, and letters between the members of Gustavus Pearson's immediate family -- his wife Hattie and three children, John A., Francis, and Norman. Included in the correspondence are also a few letters from Gustavus and...

Pearson, Norman Holmes Letter to Dixon : and related material : LS, 1941 Dec. 29.

Transmits to Dixon a carbon typescript of Pearson's review of F.O. Matthiessen's American Renaissance (Oxford University Press) submitted to decision, and makes comment about Dixon's next visit the following summer when the war is hoped to be "well on the...

Peck family correspondence, 1891-1947 (bulk 1904-1915).

Contains correspondence concerning both the private and public interests of the Peck family, most notably Janet Peck, including the Golden Gate International Exposition, the Serbian Eastern Orthodox Church and correspondence with Phoebe Apperson Hearst.

Peder Sather letters : San Francisco, California, to Christoffer Petersen Sather, Odalen, Norway, 1856 and 1867.

Two handwritten personal letters addressed to Peder Sather's brother in Norway; on printed letterhead stationery of the Banking House of Sather and Church.

Pedro Corvalan orders : Arispe, Mexico : D, 1783 Nov.-Dec.

Orders of the governor of Sonora, concerning the Mission of San Carlos of Sonora and improving conditions for the inhabitants of the province, with special measures regarding cattle.

Pedro de Alberni papers, 1800-1801.

Military communications to Macario Castro, Comisionado, Pueblo de San Jose.

Pedro Espejo family papers, 1856-1898.

Mainly letters to Eduardo Espejo (1876-1878) from family in San Francisco; and a few written by him (1877) from San Bartolo, Sonora, Mexico; some letters to General Pedro Espejo (1865-1867) from the Mexican Ministry of War concerning appointment to military...

Pedro Fages : The first Californian : typescript : [ca. 1947-1950]

Drafts of a book or paper on the Spanish explorer and military governor Pedro Fages, by Desdemona Heinrich, Berkeley, Calif. Contains: preliminary draft; Fages & Serra; Pedro Fages to 1782; Pedro Fages in Baja California, 1783.

Pedro Fages correspondence and documents, 1772-1788.

Include letter to Father Junípero Serra, with reply by Serra; list of captives from settlements on the Colorado River, and those killed there, Dec. 20, 1781; copy, in hand of Hermenegildo Sal, of diary kept during expedition from Pitic to...

Pedro Javier de Vera correspondencia : Cáceres and Cádiz, Spain : LS, 1810 July 9-Sept. 25.

Correspondence (copies and signed duplicate) of Vera, Matías Bazo, and José María Cos, dealing principally with a remittance payable to Vera's attorney, Miguel de Náxera; referring also to ecclesiastical and political matters connected with the Council of the Indies.

Pedro Lainez poesias : ms., 16--.

Two pages to each leaf except that pages opposite 1st, 3d. and 246th rectos are blank. Loose in case.

Pedro María de Vargas y Silva papers, 1772-1804.

Include the following: request, l772 to be admitted as a cadet in the cavalry regiment in Seville, with approval signed by Alexander O'Reilly; orders by Pedro Gorostiza, Feb. l3, l79l, for Vargas and others to accompany officials on a census...

Pedro Racobih documents : D.S., 1844-1847.

Request for property in Monterey, Calif. written for him by George Allen, Dec. 13, 1844. Also included: confirmation of grant by Marcelino Escobar, Dec. 14, 1844; notation of recording by Ambrosio Gómez; assignation of land to Ricardo Juan by María...

Pedro Sanchez de Perales family heraldic documents, 1999.

Contains two modern heraldic documents, a family tree and a coat of arms, prepared by the Knights of Malta, Western Association, on behalf of Antonio R. Sanchez-Corea, a descendant of Pedro Sanchez de Perales of Spain. The family tree (39...

Peery family papers,

Includes receipt for lot in Yuba City, Calif., 1893; 2 letters from Hiram W. Johnson to Mrs. T.P. Peery concerning a foreign service appointment for her son; and obituary notices for Trusten P. Peery, 1936.

Peet family papers, 1859-1878.

Include letters from Edward Warren Peet, mainly to his wife, relating to his experiences mining in California, Nevada and Arizona, and correspondence and accounts primarily concerning his flour mill business in Neenah, Wisconsin, in the early 1860's.

Peggy Jeanne Green papers, circa 1960-1975.

Contains promotional materials, advertisements, and other ephemera for California City, Calif. used by an agent to promote real estate sales. Also includes a buyer copy of a real estate agreement (signed by Green) to purchase land in California City from...

Peggy LaViolette Powell papers on the Eyes West conference : Monterey, California, 1961 Sept. 15-17.

Contains article on the Eyes West conference including short biographies and statements from photographer Ansel Adams, advertiser Howard Gossage, producer and actor John Houseman, architect Louis I. Kahn, author Lewis Mumford, music composer Gunther Schuller, and art director Henry Wolf....

Peggy Wayburn papers 1968-1998.

The papers consist primarily of manuscript drafts. Also included are correspondence, reports, book proposals, and reviews, diaries, and field notes.

Peggy Wayburn photograph collection [graphic].

Chiefly slides of wilderness areas in Alaska and California. Also views in Hawaii and other parts of the United States. Also present are photographs from Wayburn's travels abroad, including the Galapagos Islands and Africa. Some family photographs present, with many...

Peggy Wayburn Sierra Club papers, 1957-1973.

Papers relating to Peggy Wayburn's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Peixotto (Ernest and Mary) papers

Papers of artist and writer Ernest Peixotto and his wife Mary Hutchinson Peixotto. Includes correspondence; subject files; diaries, sketchbooks, and notebooks; personalia; ephemera; and some scrapbooks.

Peixotto, Eustace M. (Eustace Maduro) Photographs of the Columbia Park Boys' Club [graphic]

Albums contain snapshots of summer camps, long distance walking trips throughout California, acrobatics, marching bands, baseball teams, swimming, and other club activities.

Pele deLappe oral history and supporting materials, 1991-2001.

photocopy of a typescript oral history interview with artist/journalist/political activist Pele deLappe conducted by Robert G. Larsen in 1993 for the Berkeley Historical Society. Corrections and additions in manuscript. Volume 2 includes copies of letters by Robert E. Treuhaft and...

Pell & Company accounts, 1847-ca. 1850.

Mainly accounts for business association of E. Ward Pell and R.C. Kirby, presumably in San Francisco.

Pendleton family papers.

Include recollections of Chappell Heath Bonner recorded by his granddaughter, Mrs. John W. Pendleton; biographical information re Rev. John W. Pendleton, pioneer Methodist clergyman in Nevada and California; genealogy of Pendleton family.

The Penitent brothers : typescript, [ca. 1935-1936].

Copies of her work on the Penitentes in New Mexico, with related notes; and typed transcriptions and translations of selected Penitente songs, in collaboration with Laurence Lee.

Pennell family papers, 1849-1853.

Letter from George Pennell, 1849, describing his journey across Panama; two letters, one on a lettersheet, from John T. Pennell, 1853, containing description of Sacramento and his life there; and genealogical information on the Pennell family.

Pennsylvania documents : DS, ALS, 1774-1816.

Concerning land transactions, and two letters from William Clark, 1816, relating to the proposed building of an arsenal in Meadville.

People for the American Way Collection of Conservative Political Ephemera

This collection is comprised of ephemera assembled by the People For the American Way and pertaining to right-wing movements in the United States. The collection documents the ideological orientations, policy positions, talking points, and organizational structures and strategies of hundreds...

The people of the state of California, plaintiff, vs. Bertha Berger, defendant : no. 22,838, a felony, to wit, murder : reporter's transcript : typescript, 1933 Feb.

Vols. 2-3 of the reporter's transcript of Bertha Berger's murder trial, held Feb. 1933 in San Francisco, Calif. Berger was accused of murdering her husband Dec. 1, 1932 in San Francisco. George T. Davis was the defense attorney.

The people of the state of California, plaintiff, vs. Kenneth Long, defendant : no. 4369 : reporter's transcript : typescripts, 1948 Nov. 3-19.

Reporter's transcripts (11 v.) of Kenneth Long's murder trial held Nov. 3-19, 1948 in Martinez, Calif. Long was accused of murdering his wife, Barbara Jean Long on June 26, 1948, in Richmond, Calif. George T. Davis was his defense attorney.

The people of the state of California, plaintiff, vs. Lillian Barendt, defendant : no. 24,606, a felony, to wit, assault with intent to commit murder (insanity) : typescripts, 1934 Oct. 31-Nov. 7.

Reporter's transcripts (4 v.) of Lillian Barendt's attempted murder trial, held Oct.-Nov. 1934 in San Francisco, Calif. The defense entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. George T. Davis was the defense attorney.

People's Park conflicts in Berkeley, California /

Demonstrators in the streets of Berkeley during the 1969 People's Park riots. Some views include police in riot gear or tear gas in the streets near the park. Images from 1972 chiefly depict the crowd and police gathered around a...

People's Park, July 14, 1969.

Photographs documenting events of July 14, 1969 during a conflict between police and demonstrators over the fencing of newly-formed People's Park, in Berkeley, Calif., taken by photographer when she was an aspiring photojournalist at age 22. Images depict various activities...

Pepper, Dorothy Leavitt. Photographs from a trip to Yellowstone National Park [graphic]

Sierra Club scenes, primarily on an outing to Yellowstone National Park in 1926. Photos depict camp life and scenery. Ansel Adams appears in one of the photographs.

Peralta-Galindo family papers, 1852-1924.

Letters, some in Spanish, and legal documents, such as deeds, survey notes, blueprints, and tax receipts, record the land holdings and later subdivisions of the Peralta-Galindo families. For each document written in Spanish, a brief definition and summary written in...

Percy C. Heckendorf papers.

Correspondence, speeches, minutes and scrapbooks concerning the California State War Council, Earl Warrens 1942 election as state governor, and other projects in which Heckendorf was involved.

Pergaminhos medievais: inventærio bibliogræfico e ideogræafico : typescript / 1944-1948, 1951-1952.

Accounting of Costa's survey in widely scattered Portuguese libraries of fragments of medieval Portuguese manuscripts (in Latin, Portuguese, French, Spanish), and of music, that had been used in various manners of the binding of later manuscript and printed volumes.

Perkins family papers, 1855-approximately 1863.

Invitations and programs for cotillions and balls in Todd Valley, Michigan Bluff, Forest Hill and nearby communities in Placer County, California, including: Dedication Ball, Long Island House, Todd's Valley, May 3, 1855; Social Ball, Long Island House, Todd's Valley, March...

Pernau-Walsh Printing Co. scrapbook, 1909-1944.

Sample book containing ca. 256 mounted items (and ca. 36 loose items) by the Pernau Publishing Co. (later the Pernau-Walsh Printing Co.), including menus, envelopes, business cards, folders, programs, advertisements, ledgers, dance cards, catalogs, receipt forms, product labels, pamphlets, and...

Perrin V. Fox letters : Agua Fria, Calif., to his wife, [Medina, N.Y.?], 1852-1855.

Three handwritten letters (7 p.) by Perrin V. Fox (signed either "Peren" or "P.V. Fox"), while working as a miner during the Gold Rush of California, to his wife, Ida [i.e. Louisa]. Details include: expressions of affection and longing, his...

Perry, Newel Lewis Photographs from the Newel Lewis Perry papers [graphic]

Photographs of Newel Perry's room in Munich showing lavish Victorian furniture and other interior details. One photo of Newel Perry at the New York Association for the Blind in a room of people working.

Personajes de Morelos : obra grafica /

Portraits of figures prominent in the history of Morelos, Mexico.

Personal memoranda on California : ms., 1878.

Recollections of voyage to Chagres on steamer, Falcon, Dec. 1848; crossing of the Isthmus; voyage to San Francisco on steamer, California; experiences in California including service as a chaplain at the Constitutional Convention at Monterey, 1849.

Personal Reminiscences of the War in Upper and Lower California between the American and Native Troups : Sebastopol, Calif. : typescript, 1903 June 21.

An account by a member of Stevenson's Regiment, describing his arrival in San Francisco in 1847, the capture of Santa Barbara, the siege of La Paz, the battle of Todos Santos, and the declaration of peace.

Personalities and Activities in the Self-Help Cooperatives of California: Photographs from the Exhibition, 1933-1934

The Personalities and Activities of the Self-Help Cooperatives of California collection contains 80 mounted silver gelatin prints taken from 1933-34. The prints were originally included in the "Exhibition of Photographs and Etchings of Personalities and Activities in the Self-Help Cooperatives...

[Perspective peep show of a book printer's shop] [graphic].

Set of prints which, viewed together, form a three dimensional scene of operations in a printer's shop, presumably in mid-18th century Germany.

Perspectives on Department Administration : oral history transcript / and related material, 1978-1980.

Interviews with five department directors in the Knight-Brown administrations. Copies of photographs and of documentary material inserted. Interviewees and titles of interviews, as follows: John M. Peirce. California State Department of Finance, 1953-1958. Also discusses the 1958 gubernatorial campaign. Bert...

Perspectives on the Alameda County District Attorney's Office : oral history transcripts / and related material, 1963-1974.

Interviews with friends and associates of Earl Warren relating to his professional and political career in the District Attorney's Office in Alameda County.

Peruvian colonial records, 1581-1850.

Contains Peruvian colonial documents presumably collected by Victor Wolfgang von Hagen in the course of his research. Arranged chronologically.

Pesonen (David) papers

The David Pesonen Papers include materials produced and acquired by Pesonen relating to his professional activities as an environmental activist, lawyer, and judge in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Petaluma, California views. [graphic]

Includes town views, ranch and farming scenes (some annotated "Castania ranch owned by D.G. Heald...") landscapes after a rare snowfall, and parade views. The one stereograph pictures students in front of Petaluma High School, ca. 1875.

Peter B. Kyne papers, 1914-1957.

Primarily MSS of short stories and novels.

[Peter Charles Baker portraits of San Francisco earthquake and fire refugees and other photographs]

Chiefly portraits documenting the refugees of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906. Includes richly-detailed individual, family and large group portraits of subjects posing at their tents and other shelters within the refugee camps of the city. Also includes...

Peter Cheesman DuBois papers and scrapbooks, circa 1860-1920.

Includes personal memorabilia such as boat trip tickets and several theatre playbills as well as personal photographs and newsclippings, circa 1860s-1920s, and a class notes of an ancestor from 1795-1796.

Peter Decker diaries : A.Ms.S., 1849-1871.

Diary of overland journey (via Sublette Cut Off) to California, Apr. 4-Nov. 5, 1849.

Peter E. Haas papers : relating to the San Francisco Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity, 1958-1960.

Contains case files relating to equal employement opportunities, meeting minutes and other files while Haas was serving on the San Francisco Commission on Equal Employment Opportuinty.

Peter F. Neumeyer collection of Gustav Janouch, 1959-1975, undated.

Letters and documents concerning a literary controversy in the 1960s over the late Czech editor Gustav Janouch and his study on Franz Kafka, entitled Gesprache mit Kafka, and its English edition, Conversations with Kafka. Also present are letters concerning the...

Peter Fabrizius columns written for Die Westküste, 1941-1985.

Tearsheets of Die Westküste, a biweekly section of Aufbau for California, Oregon, and Washington. Aufbau was a German language emigré newspaper published in New York. Max Knight and Joseph Fabry collaborated in writing a column about West Coast cultural life...

Peter Finch papers, 1966-1970.

Includes correspondence which consists mostly of letters addressed to Finch, poetry, drawings, and printed material.

Peter Goin and Paul F. Starrs California agriculture archive.

Archive of materials pertaining to Field guide to California agriculture, written by Starrs and Goin. Contains photographs (ffALB boxes 1-2, PIC box 1, F, I and FR) documenting various aspects of California agriculture, including produce, irrigation, industry, labor, livestock, and...

Peter H. Duesberg papers, circa 1965-1998.

Included in: History of Science and Technology Collection.

Peter H. Odegard papers : additions, 1928-1966.

Manuscripts, clippings, reports, speeches, subject files, and notes concerning his activity as professor of Political Science at U.C. Berkeley.

Peter H. Odegard papers, 1947-1966.

Correspondence, manuscripts, subject files, photographs, and notes on his interest and activity in political science and The University of California, Berkeley.

The Peter Hardeman Burnett family : typescript, 18--?

Typescript copy of genealogy of the family.

Peter J. Barber collection, 1871-1909.

Consists of biographical material covering Barber's journey to San Francisco and his life in Santa Barbara, correspondence, political memorabilia including ribbon campaign badges, and newspaper clippings.

Peter J. Dunne and Josephine Masten Dunne family photographs [graphic].

Portraits and snapshots of the family of Peter J. Dunne and Josephine Masten Dunne of San Jose, Calif., with some views of their California homes. Locations depicted include San Jose, Calif., and Peter J. Dunne's ranch (San Nicolas y La...

Peter N. Tenney papers, approximately 1963-1975.

Contains a mixed collection of loose journal pages with handwritten and typescript entries, submissions of articles to magazines including the Atlantic Monthly, rejection slips, poems, loose dream journal pages, numerous Yi Ching readings, an astrology chart, and a small amount...

Peter Najarian papers, 1949-2018.

The collection is divided into four series: Correspondence; Journals; Writings; and Teaching Materials. Each series is arranged chronologically, and original folder titles were retained. Correspondence and email is incoming and outgoing, personal and professional, and includes memoirs and journal entries....

Peter Organ accounts for store : Mill City, Nevada : ms., 1862-1915.

v. 1: Inventories, 1862-1867; v. 2: Day book, 1891-1896; v. 3: Ledger, 1891-1902.

Peter Smith papers, 1829-1916.

Peter Smith was the next younger brother of Jedediah Strong Smith; his papers reflect his experiences in the Santa Fe trade; farming in Ohio, Illinois, and Iowa; a journey to and from Guanajuato, Mexico, April 11-July 25, 1843 (recorded in...

Peter Van Valkenburgh Federal Art Project portraits of eminent Americans [graphic].

Lithographic reproductions of pencil drawings depicting various well-known figures from United States history, many of them associated with California: John Burroughs, Kit Carson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Keith, James King, John LeConte, John Marsh (pioneer), Joaquin Miller, John Muir, Boardman...

[Peter Van Valkenburgh portrait of Louis John Paetow].

Photograph of original drawing by Van Valkenburgh depicting profile of historian Louis John Paetow.

Peters family papers, [ca. 1833-1969].

Includes family letters to Peter J. Peters; typescripts of articles by Lenore Peters Job concerning her sister, the dancer Anita Peters Wright, the establishment of the Peters Wright Creative Dance group, and her recollections of famous dancers in San Francisco;...

Petition of the Indians of San Salvador Tesmelucan for separation from Huejotzingo Puebla : Huejotzingo, Mexico : ADS, 1743.

Contains of a petition and six supporting documents (20 p.) by the Alcalde and Fiscal of San Salvador Tesmelucan (also called El Verde) requesting separation from Huexocingo [sic]. On behalf of the people of San Salvador Tesmelucan, as well as...

Petitions : ADS, ca. 1885-1886.

List of signatures, mostly from San Francisco Bay Area and surrounding locations, of persons in favor of promoting peace and forming a branch of the Association for residents on the Pacific coast. With this is another petition, 1886, listing adherents...

Petitions from Castro, 1844, to Florencio Serrano, the second Alcalde, Monterey, California : H.S.

Castro states his intention to renounce conciliation in the matter of litigation over property in the Santa Cruz area, Rancho Punto de Año Nuevo.

The Petri family in the wine industry : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-1971.

Comments on his grandfather, Raffaello Petri, his father, Angelo Petri and other members of the family; the beginnings of the winery and the growth of the Petri Wine Co.; effect of prohibition on the wine industry; formation of Allied Grape...

Petris, Nicholas. Photographs from the Nicholas Petris papers [graphic].

Photographs and ephemera relating to the political career of California State Senator and Assemblyman Nicholas Petris. Includes publicity portraits of Petris and other political figures, event photographs, luncheons or banquets, and images related to specific campaigns. Some Petris family snapshots...

Petroleum industry views [graphic].

Includes scenes of oil derricks, oil wells, equipment and crew. Identified locations include California and Oklahoma.

Pflueger (Timothy L.) Papers

The Timothy L. Pflueger Papers contain records related to the professional career of architect Timothy L. Pflueger (1892-1946) as a member of the firms Miller and Colmesnil, Miller and Pflueger, and Timothy L. Pflueger and Associates. These records include manuscript...

P.H. Osborn letters : Calif., to Mrs. W.S. Osborn, Naugatuck, Conn. : ALS, 1902.

Contains 3 letters home to his mother regarding travels and impressions of San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Phelan (James D.) Papers

The James D. Phelan Papers, 1855-1941 (bulk 1906-1930), contain materials documenting Phelan's political career as San Francisco's Mayor and a U. S. Senator, his involvement in relief efforts following the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, his business and financial activities, and...

Phelan (James D.) Photograph Albums

The collection consists of 21 photograph albums containing more than 6000 photographic prints, postcards, and ephemeral items collected by James Duval Phelan between the years 1902 and 1929. The albums, numbered 82 through 102, were originally part of Phelan's papers....

Phelan miscellany of photographs, including images of sculptural works and of James D. Phelan lying in state [graphic].

Miscellany includes 27 captioned copy photographs of sculpture in European museums (taken by unknown photographers, made by Keystone Photo Service), and 9 proofs (with stamp of "Gabriel Moulin Photo") showing Senator James D. Phelan lying in state, 1930. These were...

Phelps family papers, 1852-1878.

Early letters are from Andrew J. and Eugene A. Phelps to their parents, describing experiences farming, running a sawmill, gold mining at Richardsons Hill and Iowa Hill, California. Later letters relate to Eugene Phelps' work with George E. Gray as...

Phil Frank archive of Farley comic strips [graphic].

Archive of original drawings for the Travels with Farley (1975-1984) and Farley (1985-2007) comic strips.

[Phil Hoehn, maps librarian] [graphic].

U.C. Berkeley Maps Librarian Phil Hoehn in stacks of Bancroft Library, posing with (Sanborn Fire Insurance Co.?) vol. showing San Francisco city quadrants. Other negatives are variants of same subject.

Philip Brown family papers, 1868-1942.

Includes Philip Brown's 1868 U.S. Certificate of Citizenship, an 1877 San Francisco land deed for Philip Brown, and his wife, Kate, Philip Brown's 1888 patent for "Pin Rail Attachments for Ships," Philip Brown's 1891 Fireman's Insurance Company of Baltimore policy,...

Philip Covnitz letters : San Francisco, Calif., to his wife Margaret, 1893 June 13.

Contains 2 letters written on the same day discussing giving guest sermons and about looking for a position in a self-supporting church so he can move family to California.

Philip Doddridge letters : St. Albans, Eng., 1755-1756.

To his mother, Mercy (Maris) Doddridge, and to his sister, Mercy. Concerning his finances and activities.

Philip Forest Scofield papers, (bulk 1973).

Include a typewritten report of an interview with Scofield, Sept. 25, l973, by Arthur L. Norberg; photocopy of an interview (typescript) with Scofield conducted by Cynthia Gunn, Sept. l973, containing information about his career as a radio engineer and about...

Philip H. Dodge letters and pictures from Hawaii, 1890-1907.

Six blueprint photos, with explanations on the versos, depict scenes of October, 1890, near Honolulu, on Hilo, and at the volcano of Kilauea. The 20 letters, written from Honolulu to relatives, 1894-1896, describe his quiet family life and that of...

Philip J. Sinnott papers pertaining to the the U.S. Wartime Civil Control Administration, Press Relations Branch, San Francisco, 1940-1943.

Misc. papers (including memos, clippings, and Sinnott's ID card) retained from his work in the Public Relations Branch of the Western Defense Command's Wartime Civil Control Administration. Includes organizational chart of Western Defense Command (in oversize folder.)

Philip K. Dick letters, 1938-1982.

Contains photocopies of Philip K. Dick's carbon copies of outgoing personal correspondence from 1938-1982, with the exception of the year 1974. The copies were given to Allan Kausch by the executor of Dick's estate to assist in the preparation of...

Philip Kutner collection on the Workmen's Circle, 1934-1998.

The collection contains documents, photographs, newsletters, as well as photocopies of membership records that document the history of various branches of the Workmens Circle, inside and outside of California. The collection also includes bound volumes including The Friend, a national...

Philip Lamantia photograph collection [graphic].

Collection includes snapshots and portraits of Philip Lamantia taken throughout the poet's lifetime. Also includes photographs of his parents Nunzio and Mary Lamantia and other family members; of his wife Nancy Peters; of poets Michael McClure and Lawrence Ferlinghetti; and...

Philip Langh papers, 1938, 1947.

The collection consists of two items: a booklet entitled A Contribution to Jewish Education: The Story of Six Years of Achievement of the Herzl Lecture Course, 1933-1938 (Seattle, Wash.: Herzl Lecture Course, 1938), and a program from The Beth Abraham...

Philip M. Hocker Sierra Club papers, 1982-1987.

Papers relating to Philip M. Hocker's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Philip Olin Keeney papers, 1935-1962.

Correspondence, clippings, and articles concerning his interest and activities in the library field particularly his involvement in a lawsuit stemming from his dismissal as librarian from The University of Montana. Also includes papers of Mary Jane Keeney regarding the Keeney's...

Philip R. Fendal correspondence, as attorney, relating to Henry Washington's claim against the government for his services as U.S. deputy surveyor : California, 1850-1860.

Includes drafts of Fendal's letters; letters from his client and from the General Land Office (some signed by Thomas A. Hendricks, commissioner); and copies of his client's correspondence with the General Land Office and the Treasury Dept.

Philip Read Bradley family papers, [ca. 1880-1980].

Correspondence, field notebooks, mining company records, photographs, and other professional papers; also include papers of Frederick Worthen Bradley, Philip Read Bradley, Sr., and other family members.

Philip S. Bernays Sierra Club papers, 1916-1964.

Papers relating to Philip S. Bernays's involvement in the Sierra Club,

Philip Selznick papers, 1949-2010.

Includes correspondence, writings, and research materials, including computer files.

Philip Stedman Sparkman papers, 1896-1907.

Correspondence with Alice Eastwood, Alfred L. Kroeber, F.W. Hodge, George Grant MacCurdy (American Anthropological Association), Charles Fletcher Lummis of the Southwest Society of the Archaeological Institute of America, California Academy of Sciences, Constance Goddard Du Bois, Clarence Earle Kelsey, Horatio...

Philip W. Thomas papers, 1850-1851.

Contents: v. 1, docket as justice of the peace and as associate justice, Court of Sessions, Auburn, Calif., copies of notices of claims to dam the north fork of the American River, 1851, and lists of fees of constables, justices...

Philip Whalen letters : Kyoto, Japan, to Bill and Zoe Brown, Point Richmond, California, 1966-1967.

Contains nine handwritten letters and one note from Philip Whalen to book publishers, Zoe and Bill Brown, proprietors of Coyote Books, concerning the publication of his novel, "You Didn't Even Try." Also includes sketches of proposed book covers that were...

Philip Whalen letters : Santa Fe, N.M. to Donald Meeriam Allen, San Francisco, Calif., 1984-1987.

Contains letters to publisher/editor, discussing topics ranging from daily life in Santa Fe; health; efforts at publishing his works with Zephyr Press; participation in poetry readings and conferences with Anne Waldman, Gary Snyder, and others; and about Richard Brautigan's death.

Philip Whalen letters : to Velna Whalen : ALS, 1943-2000 (bulk 1958-1992).

Letters written to younger sister Velna Whalen discuss military service, the happenings of the Beat scene in San Francisco, writing, activities while living in Japan, becoming a Buddhist Monk, family and happenings in Oregon and descriptions of the places he...

Philip Whalen letters to Diane di Prima, 1961-1967.

Consists of letters and postcards sent to Diane di Prima and her husband Alan Marlowe between the years 1961 and 1967. The letters are filled with details about Whalen's pending travel to Japan and his experience upon arriving there, writing,...

Philip Whalen pictorial collection [graphic].

Collection chiefly consists of photographs taken from ca. 1910 to 2001. Images depict poet and Buddhist monk Philip Whalen throughout his life, as well as various family members, friends and associates. Also pictured are various locations where Whalen lived and...

Philip Whalen sound recordings [sound recording]

Three reel to reel tapes labelled: 1) the Bridge over the water, Christmas 1969; 2) Bolinas, Xmas #3, Thanksgiving #4; 3) unlabeled, recording of a 1969 concert (see copy of accompanying letter with Phonotape notes).

[Philipp Melanchthon [graphic] /

Title supplied by cataloger.

Philipp Segesser von Brunegg letters, 1689-1761.

Letters and other material written by, addressed to, or concerning the Jesuit missionary Segesser. Incudes many letters from Segesser to his mother, or his brother François Joseph, Councilor of State in Lucerne; several from the latter; correspondence of fellow Jesuits...

Philippe Musard lettre : Paris : ALS, 1848 July 11.

Concerning arrangements for providing music for a proposed ball in Caen. Included also is a list of musicians needed for the orchestra (1 l.)

Philippine Commerce and the Manila Galleon Collection

These records document changes in the regulations of the Manila Galleons from the Real Tribunal y Consulado de Manila to the formation of the Real Compania de Filipinas. Many deal specifically with trade between Mexico and the Philippine Islands and...

Philippine Island miscellany additions.

Items within this collection catalogued individually. Search under title: Philippine Island miscellany - additions.

Philippine Islands photographs [graphic]

Mostly unidentified views including street scenes, salt beds, cemetery & burial vaults, gardens, landscape views, local peoples, net mending, a hanging (perhaps staged?), etc. Identified places include: Escolta(?), waterfall at Pajsanjan(?) Gorge, Malabon, and the Imus River.

Philippine Islands views [graphic]

Road surveying scenes; views of Cebu buildings, harbor and streets; views of Ormoc and Baybay. Three photographs of Biscayan women as well as others of native peoples.

Phillip S. Berry papers, 1934-1999.

Phillip S. Berry papers, BANC MSS 2009/136, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Phillips family papers, 1941-1990.

Contains correspondence to and from members of the Phillips family; American naturalization certificates (1947); four "reisepasses" (i.e. passports) from Nazi Germany; photographs; newspaper clippings; and an award from the Boys Town Jerusalem.

Philo Jacoby scrapbook, 1866-1986 (bulk 1866-1922).

Contains newspaper clippings on Philo Jacoby and pistol and rifle shooting competitions.

Philosopher of information : oral history transcript : an eclectic imprint on Berkeley's School of Librarianship, 1965-1991 / 2000.

Childhood and early musical achievements, Santa Cruz, CA; UC Berkeley, 1945-1949, student jobs in the main library, influence of Richard Teggart; School of Librarianship, 1952-1953, positions as map librarian, South Asia bibliographer for the Modern India Project; Ph. D. in...

Phipps Quicksilver Mining Company records, 1919-1926.

Contains, by-laws, minutes, and other related materials of a quicksilver [i.e. mercury] mining company, originally incorporated in Arizona, applying to the state of California for the right to sell shares of stock in the company in California. Includes their application...

Phoebe Apperson Hearst letters to members of the Holden family : ALsS, 1892 September 7 - 1907 January 5, undated.

Includes: 3 letters to Mrs. [Hester] Holden (ALS Sept. 7, 1892; TLS Jan. 5, 1907; ALS Feb. 20;) and 1 letter to St. George Holden (ALS July 11, 1905.

Photo album of La Roche's trip to Alaska, 1892 [graphic]

Scenes of crowds at docks with ships leaving Seattle, Sitka, Muir Glacier, Fort Wrangell, Kasaan, and Metlakahtla, including the Metlakahtla Cornet Band, composed of Alaskan men holding their instruments.

[Photocopies of photographs of the Petaluma and Santa Rosa Railroad and other subjects].

Photocopies of photographs mounted in an album. Scenes from a span of decades of the history of Petaluma, Sebastopol and other locations in that region, with an emphasis on railroad depots, locomotives, streetcars, river boats, fruit trucks, street scenes and...

Photoengraving, 1910-1969 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-1974.

Comments on his career in the photoengraving business, beginning in Nebraska; move to San Francisco in 1919; establishment of the Walter J. Mann Co.; The Photoengravers Association of Northern California; the decline of the business due to offset lithography. Photographs...

Photograph album commemorating a visit of the emperor of Japan to the Fuji Tea Company [graphic]

Views of reception areas; processing, packing and shipping rooms; staff and factory workers. First photo shows emperor, in military dress, entering the premises.

[Photograph album from the Lowell James Hardy, Jr. papers].

Chiefly family snapshots depicting leisure activities of multiple generations of Hardy family, including travels, outings, domestic scenes. A elderly man likeley to be Lowell James Hardy, Jr. appears occasionally throughout album. Identified locations include Yosemite Valley and Stockton.

Photograph album of a trip in California [graphic]

Includes numerous photographs in Riverside and Santa Barbara, some views in San Francisco, etc. Last part of album shows return eastward, including views in Utah, Colorado, Santa Fe, and ending at Niagara Falls. Some Riverside area views show citrus industry...

Photograph album of a trip to Mexico [graphic]

Album of photographs mainly of buildings, people, cemetaries, and scenes in and around Mexico City. One photo identifies touring party as "Mr. Lewis, Mr. Campbell, Samuel Hunt, Thomas Hunt, Mr. Rhabs."

Photograph album of California views [graphic].

Snapshot views of various hills and towns fronting San Francisco Bay; the campus of the University of California, Berkeley; San Francisco during what appears to be a procession of soldiers (during the Spanish American War?); the apple press monument and...

Photograph album of Hood Bay and Waterfall, Alaska [graphic].

Album of snapshots documenting fish canning communities of Hood Bay and Waterfall, Alaska. Photographs depict canneries, local citizens (including Native Americans), town views, scenes of hunting and fishing, and nearby wilderness areas. A small group of young men, seasonal employees...

Photograph album of Powers Ranch, Covina, Calif. [graphic]

Views show a ranch including house, gardens, people, buggy, pets, etc.

Photograph album of Shafter Ranch, Marin County, Calif. [graphic]

Views show ranch buildings and livestock, and scenic views of the adjoining Point Reyes and New Albion area. One view shows a busy street scene with pedestrians, buildings, and a train at Point Reyes Station.

Photograph album of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company [graphic]

Views of track construction and railroad workers, bridges, wagon trains and other rolling stock, many train wrecks, some towns and Indians along right of way. One photo (dated 1886) captioned "Chinamen shovelling snow for track laying ..." Franklin D. Roosevelt...

Photograph album of views of Savage family homes in Livermore, Santa Rosa and other locations [graphic].

Includes portaits of various Savage family members posing at their homes as well as other views, interior and exterior, of their properties. Locations of homes include Chelsea (Mass.), Bath (Maine), Auburn (Ill.), Livermore (Calif.) and Santa Rosa (Calif.). Among the...

Photograph albums from the Gelett Burgess papers [graphic]

Vol. 1 contains rural scenes, including people on outings, etc.; v. 2 contains scenes of San Francisco, Sheppard house, etc.

Photograph albums from the William Albert Setchell papers [graphic]

Album .024 includes photos of fraternity scenes at the Harvard University, ca. 1893. Student activities, group portraits, and many dormitory interiors are featured. -- Albums .025 and .026 contain views from Alaska (some relating to the Harriman Expedition) including photos...

Photograph albums of the Alaska Gastineau Mining Company, Thane, Alaska.

Volume 1: includes interior views of a mill and a machine shop at Thane; and photos of industrial equipment. All images attributed to or marked as Winter and Pond photographs. -- Volume 2: (Perseverance Division) contains photos of miners' quarters,...

Photograph archive of the XK Photo Company [graphic]

Many photographs show Kaiser Steel and other Kaiser industries. Some San Francisco Bay Area scenes also included.

Photographic album of billboard pictures and advertisement clippings [graphic]

Prints and clippings of advertisements from printed sources and photographs of advertising posters and billboards on city buildings, fences, etc. Most are San Francisco advertisements, with some from Los Angeles. Many types of products are represented, inlcuding food, clothing, tobacco,...

Photographic and printed views of the California Midwinter International Exposition [graphic]

Photographs include snapshots of exposition grounds, buildings, attractions and miscellany. Viewbook features views of the Grand Court, Yerkes Telescope, the Transportation building, the Electrical building, boating scenes and other major attractions.

Photographic copies of Maynard Dixon paintings [graphic].

Images of Dixon's art work, with subjects including Indians on a Hopi Reservation, cowboys, and other western scenes.

Photographic materials relating to sculptor Felix Peano [graphic]

Materials show pictures of Peano's work -- jewelry, buildings, fountains, architectural details, etc. One portrait of Peano is also included. Also includes images identified as "ornamentation research".

Photographic miscellany from the Walter Hughes Henry papers [graphic]

Snapshots of family outings (some in California), others probably in France. Also includes WWI postcards from France.

Photographic miscellany [graphic].

Photographs from various sources depicting 1: a street view in Plaza Alley, Santa Barbara, Calif. in 1923 with automobiles and several buildings visible, including the Harmer Adobe and the News Press Building -- 2: Lexington mine, Butte, Montana circa 1881...

Photographic miscellany, primarily of California scenes [graphic]

Many photographs from Los Angeles and San Francisco, among other California locations. Includes three photographs of Mills College in Oakland. Two items from series of Haynes Alaska views are also present.

Photographic miscellany, primarily of California scenes [graphic]

Photographs are mainly of California locations. Other locations include Virginia City, Nevada (studio portrait of miner) and the Panama Canal under construction. California photographs include a daguerreotype of miners in the town of Volcano, the Cliff House in San Francisco,...

Photographic miscellany relating to Carroll T. Harris [graphic]

Photographic miscellany includes photos of members of the Korean National Army (in China), photographs of a typographic convention and other related images (some of the Monotype Composition Company), humorous postcards from Coppa's Restaurant (San Francisco, Calif.), photographs of a French...

Photographic negatives from the Franz Schurmann papers [graphic].

Chiefly unidentified rolls of film. Many, if not all, are believed to be from Schurmann's research travels in Afghanistan in the late 1950s. His work there focused on the Hazara people, and resulted in the 1962 book The Mongols of...

Photographic negatives relating to Southern Pacific Railroad employee Edward W. Englebright [graphic].

Many views of Southern Pacific Railroad Company offices, equipment, locomotives and shops in Berkeley, Oakland, and San Francisco. Scenes of Englebright engaged in railroad surveying. Numerous views of civic buildings in Fresno, Calif. Other views include: San Francisco earthquake and...

Photographic reproductions of drawings by Edward Vischer [graphic]

Photographs show views of Mission San Buenaventura, views of San Diego, and a view of a ranch in Marin Co.

Photographic reproductions of early California views [graphic]

Photographs captioned: San Francisco, 1849 -- Sutter's Fort, 1849 -- Sutter's Mill, 1849 -- Hock Farm on Feather River, 1849 -- Post office [...], San Francisco, 1849.

A Photographic story of fine Old Colony paints [graphic].

Album includes photographs of Los Angeles-area commercial buildings, school buildings, residences (many owned by Hollywood celebrities) and automobiles painted with paint manufactured by the Old Colony Paint Company. Also includes photographs of the Old Colony paint factory and offices, as...

Photographic survey of Oakland, California [graphic]

Photographic surveys of Oakland done by UC Berkeley students in City Planning 211. Photos of streets scenes include residential, commercial and industrial areas. Individual buildings are indentified by address. Many views of automobiles are also included.

Photographic Views of Oakland, California

Chiefly Oakland views, with several views of Berkeley. Scenes are those that would promote the region and focus on economic growth, prosperity, and amenities. Prominent are views of downtown streets and commercial buildings, schools and public buildings, the Oakland harbor...

Photographic views of the Golden Gate Mining Claim [and the Golden Feather Mining Claim] situated on Feather River, Butte County, Cal. [graphic] /

A portfolio of two related sets of riverbed mining views on the Feather River in Butte County, California. These views constitute C.E. Watkins' last known commercial commission and were taken in November, 1891. The mammoth-size albumen prints from wet plate...

Photographic views of Utah [graphic]

Includes: fossil quarry in Vernal showing large fossils; general view of Duchesne; main street and the Wasatch Tabernacle in Heber City; Court House in Fillmore; the Carbon County Hall and City Hall in Eureka; and L.D. Church in Price.

Photographic views taken during the Alaska gold rush [graphic] /

Slides relating to the Alaska/Yukon gold rush at the end of the 19th century. Views include trails, town construction, mining, settlements, camps, dog sleds, etc. There are also photos of local Indian populations (Tarku, Malamute), their activities and homes. Several...

Photographs accompanying an oral history interview with R. Clifford Hall & Harold B. Shepard [graphic]

Four views in the mission garden "en route to Monterey", and one waterfront view, and views of R.C. Hall and others.

Photographs along the American River canyon near Auburn, Calif. [graphic]

Photographs show views of bridges and the American River near Auburn, Calif.

Photographs and documents relating to the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads [graphic]

Contains views of locomotives, trains, car interiors, railroads construction, celebration ceremonies of last spike, etc. Relevant documents are mainly reproductions of advertisements and time schedules. In addition, portraits of Samuel B. Reed and general view of Bear River City, Wyoming...

Photographs and other materials pertaining to Hilario Camino Moncado and the Filipino Federation of America [graphic].

Photographs depict members of and events pertaining to the Filipino Federation of America (FFA) and the Equi Frili Brium (EFB), primarily in Hawaii. FFA founder Hilario Camino Moncado is depicted in many photographs. Oversize panoramic photographs depict ceremonial group portraits...

Photographs and paintings from the Frank Mattison papers [graphic]

Photographs show Frank Mattison as a child, his house in Santa Cruz, his office, Frank with his daughter, and in a group with Grand Officers of the Native Sons of the Golden West (of which he was a member). Other...

Photographs from a trip in Death Valley [graphic]

Photos of a trip in Death Valley, Calif. show camp scenes and burro pack trains supplying the mines. George W. Ames is identified in some of the photos.

Photographs from Alaska, Central America and other locations [graphic]

Photographs taken during the voyage of 1889 from Mare Island to Alaska and the Arctic, following the Alaska coastline from Fort Tongas to Demarkation Point. The voyage was taken on the U.S. steamer Thetis, captained by Charles H. Stockton. Includes...

Photographs from an American Chemical Society exhibit at Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley [graphic]

Photographs include a portrait of Henry A. Hill, and W.V. Cruess and Emil Mrak looking at food packed experimentally for the U.S. Army in World War II.

Photographs from Easter Island [graphic]

Captioned: Grassy plains, Easter Island -- Cliff at boat landing, Cooks' Bay, Easter Island -- Native clubs, paddle and feather headpiece, Easter Island -- Wooden idol stone head, paddle, and feather neckpiece, Easter Island -- Entrance to Lava Cave, Easter...

Photographs from the Adolph Sutro papers [graphic]

Stereoviews from the Sutro Tunnel, Nevada series show the Sutro mansion and ranch, office buildings, machinery, interiors and exteriors of mine shafts, and the mouth of the tunnel. Other photos also show the Sutro Tunnel, freight wagons (Tonopah to Sodaville),...

[Photographs from the Ambrose Bierce letters to S.O. Howes].

Copy photograph of studio portrait of Ambrose Bierce sitting in chair, holding a folded newspaper; and a photograph of an original drawing of Bierce based on the same photographic portrait.

Photographs from the Baeck family papers [graphic]

Collection includes portraits of Dennison family members in Dresden, Germany; stereographs of Woodward's Gardens (San Francisco, Calif); portraits of the family of Thomas Brown (Special Agent of U.S. Treasury 1863); celebrity cabinet card portraits; some items relating to Timothy Rearden...

Photographs from the Burckhalter Family collection [graphic]

Pictures taken in the United States focus on railroad scenes and views of towns. Pictures include a camp in the snow near the Rio Grande River (showing a Central Pacific Railroad kitchen car, and a house made of railroad ties...

Photographs from the Burdell-Black family papers [graphic]

Collection includes a number of photographic postcards of Bohemian Grove theatrical productions showing the audience and stage (taken by G. Moulin). Other Bohemian Grove photos date from 1906 and show men lounging around camp tables and chairs. Also includes a...

Photographs from the Charles Albert Storke papers [graphic].

Snapshots, primarily of Southern California farm or ranch land (Santa Barbara vicinity?), and a few Cox and Storke family members.

Photographs from the Charles Christian Hansen papers [graphic]

Photographs of the Charles C. Hansen family show the town of Mount Vernon, Wash. and vicinity, houses, family members, a barn and workers, the hotel at Utsalady, bicycles, a dog, ladies in a car, a boat and net, Front Street...

Photographs from the Charles Edward Chapman papers [graphic]

Snapshots show Seville Dudley Chapman; and Sam Chapman, a University of California baseball player. Also includes a reproduction of an engraved portrait of Hernan Cortes.

Photographs from the City Commons Club records [graphic]

Photographs show speakers lecturing at the City Commons club: John Tunney, Edmund G. Brown, Jerome R. Walde, and Dr. B. Davie Napier.

Photographs from the Clark Ashton Smith letters to Samuel Loveman [graphic].

Original snapshots and portraits of Clark Ashton Smith; Smith with his parents; Timeus Smith; scenes of Auburn, Calif.; George Sterling.

Photographs from the Craft-Trotter family papers [graphic]

Box 1: family portraits and some snapshots, including Ellen Craft Dammond, William Monroe Trotter, Maude Trotter Steward, Henry Kempton Craft, James Monroe Trotter, Virginia Isaacs Trotter, and others -- Box 2: halftone plates of family portraits -- Oversize folders: portraits...

Photographs from the Dan de Quille papers [graphic]

Collection contains some postcards of unidentified nature scenes, a view of a house with people (also unidentified), and a picture of Yaquina Head coast in Oregon. A cabinet card shows an allegorical scene with cows, fire and people (captioned "The...

Photographs from the David Bickersteth Magee papers [graphic]

Views from Southern California include a view of countryside near Ontario, yard at Ramona's house, a home in Ontario, an ostrich farm in Pasadena, swimmers at Long Beach, a ship at Laguna Harbor, and a view of Baldwin's Ranch. San...

Photographs from the David Goodman Mandelbaum papers [graphic].

Collection includes views of India, and photographs showing daily life and rituals of various ethnic groups in India. Ethnic groups include: Badaga, some firewalking; Jews of Cochin; Kota; Kurumba; Toda, including ceremonies; and others.

Photographs from the Denicke family papers [graphic]

Interiors of a Victorian home (possibly the Denicke family home in Germany?), and portraits of: Ernst A. Denicke, Ida Luisa Schuenemann-Pott Denicke, Ida Louise Denicke Leuschner, Frederick August Denicke, and Friedrich Schuenemann-Pott.

Photographs from the diaries of William A.Z. Edwards [graphic].

Photographs show 1) Pumpkin patch, 2) Group portrait of Edwards' family: William A.Z. Edwards seated, far right, on whale bone chair (now in San Jose Historical Museum), to Edwards' right his daughter, Carolyn, and next to her his wife, Jennie...

Photographs from the Donald H. McLaughlin papers.

approximately 100 photographs chiefly dating from 1963-1983, including employees at Los Alamos Labs (portraits), a consultation project in South Africa, an unidentified mining area (many), group portraits, some family related items, meetings, and many reproductions of paintings by Irwin D....

Photographs from the Ednah Robinson Aiken papers [graphic].

Collection contains pictures of writer Ednah Aiken, her family, and friends. Many items relate to well known California writers and artists, including a portraits of William Keith (one inscribed to Aiken), and Mrs[?] Keith. Album contains many photographs of children...

Photographs from the Edwin Allen Sherman papers [graphic].

Collection includes portraits (some are photos of paintings) of family members and others including: Edwin A. Sherman, Rear Admiral Baird, Allan Banks Sherman (Sr. and Jr.), and various Union army commanders. Other photos show an observance of the anniversary of...

Photographs from the Ella Sterling Mighels papers [graphic]

Collection includes portraits of a woman, a girl, a group portrait of citizens of Aurora, Nevada; people fishing by a lake; a woman writing; and children in costume on a decorated wagon (float). Ella Sterling Mighels may be pictured in...

Photographs from the Estelle Carpenter papers [graphic]

Snapshots show Estelle Carpenter and Mrs. Seoville (a neighbor) sitting on Carpenter's front porch after the earthquake and fire of 1906. One photograph shows a huge gorup of children captioned: Portola Festival, Chorus of School Children (6000), Oct. 20, 1909,...

Photographs from the Frances Mary Albrier oral history [graphic].

Photograph of Mayor Shelley presenting a proclamation of Negro History Week in San Francisco City Hall, Feb. 1966 includes James Abajian, Lucy Cupps Pickens, Mayor John Shelley, Frances Albrier, and Mr. Herndon. Two photographic contact prints relate to the campaign...

[Photographs from the Frederick Schiller Faust papers].

Portraits and other photographs of Frederick Schiller Faust; a few family photographs; views of Faust's residence in Florence, Italy; a few portraits of friends and associates; many motion picture and television publicity stills, especially for various versions of Dr. Kildare;...

Photographs from the Gerda Isenberg papers [graphic]

Photographs mainly show the interior of a bookstore, presumably Isenberg's European Book Shop in San Francisco. Some photos of a woman skiing are also included.

Photographs from the Herbert and Palmer families papers [graphic].

Also includes a lace handkerchief accompanied ms notations pertaining to its creation.

Photographs from the Hollister family papers [graphic].

Photographs show members of the Hollister family (Jack, Joe, Harry, W.W. Hollister Jr., J.J., and Stanly) in portraits and in various family activities. Also includes a portrait of Will and Walter Flint, sons of Ben Flint of Hollister. Includes a...

Photographs from the Hosselkus family collection [graphic]

Includes views of Creede, Colorado; Quincy, California; a monument dedicated to pioneers of Plumas County in Elizabethtown, California; views of Shoofly Bridge and soda deposits in Soda Springs, Nevada; a an Indian sweat house in Genesee Valley, California; and a...

Photographs from the Internatinoal Physics Conference in Como, Italy [graphic]

Photographs show conference attendees on a boat tour of Lake Como. Includes pictures of F. Aston, M. Born, H.A. Compton, P. Deleye, J. Franck, I. Langmuir, H.A. Lorentz, F. Paschen, Pauli, Fermi, Heischberg[?], M. Planck, O. Stern, and R. Wood.

Photographs from the Jack Micheline papers [graphic]

Photographs show Jack Micheline and friends, some taken at poetry readings and events at San Francisco City Hall. Also includes photos from a 1967 production of Micheline's East Bleeker at Cafe La Mama.

Photographs from the James E. Sisson papers [graphic]

Collection includes a few views related to Jack London (his grave, a bust, Wolf House, portraits of London, etc.), but mainly contains views of an unidentified family (snapshots, baby pictures, family groups, etc.), reproductions of paintings, and photographs of an...

Photographs from the James William Denver papers [graphic]

Views include carte de visite portraits of Josephine Denver Jones and an unidentified woman; snapshots of cousins and other family members; the Grand Denver Hotel and the Rombach House, both in Wilmington, Ohio; and gravestones and monuments of James W....

Photographs from the Jessie M. Bierman papers [graphic]

Photographs include family vacation scenes from Flathead Lake, views relating to social work and politics, group portraits, passport photos, graduates of the University of California School of Public Health, views of India, and views of German cities.

Photographs from the John Brannan letters and other family papers [graphic]

Views show a parade in Escondido, Samuel Brannan's home in background; the San Francisco home of Brannan where first gold was exhibited; a San Francisco building at Montgomery and Sacramento; a reprint of a view of the home of Samuel...

Photographs from the John V. Tunney papers [graphic]

Photographs show politicians and political or social events, including many publicity photos. Most photos are of John Tunney, but others show Robert and Edward Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and others. Few show political trips outside the U.S. to India, Vietnam, etc.

Photographs from the Josephine Miles papers [graphic].

Chiefly portraits of Josephine Miles at various ages, portraits of Miles at events, and some pictures of family homes and surroundings, other pictures of relatives and, perhaps, some friends and associates.

[Photographs from the Juan Bautista Alvarado family papers].

Portraits from multiple generations of the family of Juan Bautista Alvarado.

Photographs from the Kate Bigelow Montague papers [graphic]

Photographs and ephemera show various aspects of the life of Kate Bigelow Montague, especially from 1900 into the 1920's. Includes various localities she lived in California; University of California, Berkeley scenes and activities; postcard and greeting card albums; one album...

Photographs from the Lesley Byrd Simpson papers [graphic]

Photographs show ornate buildings in a Spanish or Moorish style, (one captioned: Universidad. Antigua G[uatemala]), ruins, and a Latin American street scene (ms. note on verso: Iguala).

Photographs from the Lucas Willey papers [graphic]

Tintype portrait of a man, presumably Lucas Willey, and a photograph of a building, possibly the schoolhouse and church where Willey taught at Diamond Springs, El Dorado County, Calif.

Photographs from the Marion Randall Parsons papers [graphic].

Wilderness and mountaineering outings, primarily in the Sierra Nevada mountains, some of which are identified as Sierra Club outings. Family portraits and snapshots (most unidentified) also present.

Photographs from the Mexican Revolution [graphic]

Collection includes views of troops in action, dead on the battlefield, mass burials, soldaderas, Yaqui Indians, cannons, and a horse-drawn ambulance crossing a river. Also includes portraits of V. Carranza, L. Blanco, V. Huerta, F.I and G. Madero, P. Orozco,...

Photographs from the Nancy Bayley research papers [graphic]

Photographs are mainly portraits of Bayley taken at various professional and social events.

[Photographs from the Obadiah Haight Hoag family papers].

Tintype portrait of an older man identified on verso, in unknown hand, as O.H. Hoag. If identification is correct, the age of O.H. Hoag suggests a portrait date of ca. 1900, however the tintype appears to be earlier. If identification...

Photographs from the Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play [graphic]

Snapshots of groups and individuals, mainly Japanese American evacuees during World War II. Also includes views of housing facilities and trailers at Lomita[?] air strip, Mariposa, and/or El Segundo, California. One group portrait of Canal Christian Church members at Rivers,...

Photographs from the papers relating to the Sarah Seaver Randall House [graphic]

Portraits show Sarah Randall in ca. 1890, and with her children in 1863. Photographs of Randall homes show the present Randall House (built in 1891), and the former William Edgar Randall house built ca. 1857.

Photographs from the Paul Scharrenberg papers [graphic]

Primarily photographs taken on trips and at labor conferences, many unidentified. Includes some business cards, one reading "Paul Scharrenberg, Delegate on behalf of the United States Seamen. International Labor Conference 21st and 22nd sessions" Some family and travel photos (Hawaii,...

Photographs from the Peralta-Galindo family papers [graphic].

Predominantly cyanotype snapshots (on disbound album pages) of family, pets, homes, horses and racing, etc. Although unidentified, images are assumed to be of the Peralta and Galindo families in Alameda, Contra Costa and Monterey Counties, Calif. Negatives are mostly views...

Photographs from the Phillip Burton papers [graphic].

Collection includes many portraits of Phillip Burton: at social events, in office (publicity shots), political events, with President Johnson, Ted Kennedy, President Ford, etc. Also includes portraits of Hubert Humphrey, Ronald Reagan, and photographs of political parades/rallies in the San...

Photographs from the Porter Garnett papers [graphic]

The Garnetts and friends at a formal dinner party, 1927; a small group outside the Garnett house on Schoolhouse Lane, 1930; a portrait of young Porter Garnett in May, 1894, accompanied by a copy of a humorous cover letter to...

Photographs from the Ralph King papers [graphic]

Primarily mountain scenery and the Echo Lake region. Many images document heavy snowfall of 1932 and the damage caused to cabins at Echo Lake. Numerous snapshots of skiers and hikers are also present. Includes photographic postcards of the region by...

Photographs from the Rudolph Schevill papers [graphic]

Portraits of Schevill, family members, and colleagues, and a view of the family home in Cincinnati, Ohio. Also, photographic copies of correspondence. Includes a signed portrait of Adolfo Bonillo y San Martín and one of Juan C. Cebrián.

Photographs from the Sala Burton papers [graphic]

Photographs show political events, politicians, and other unidentified people. Organized in envelopes according to the type of event pictured.

Photographs from the Samuel G. Vázquez papers [graphic]

Mainly photographs of Samuel G. Vázquez and his compatriots during the Mexican Revolution, some posed with weapons or flags of Mexico. Includes a view of a stagecoach with travellers and an armed soldier on board. Portraits of Venustiano Carranza, Francisco...

Photographs from the Spring Valley Water Company records [graphic].

Snapshots of canal, levies, and salt marshes of the South Shore Port Company, apparently taken for the Continental Salt & Chemical Co. as documentation in a dispute with neighboring landowner Clara M. King. Also, one unrelated (and badly damaged) pictorialist...

Photographs from the St. Sure family papers [graphic]

Collection includes a portrait of Frederick L. Esola (U.S. Marshall) inscribed to A.J. St. Sure, and snapshots of people at "Hatfield Picnic".

Photographs from the Thomas M. Storke collection [graphic]

Photographs from ca. 1900 show views of Santa Barbara and the mission. Later photographs show President J.F. Kennedy, Michael J. Kirwan, a journalism award ceremony in Santa Barbara, and other unidentified group portraits.

Photographs from the Thomas More Storke papers [graphic]

Includes views of Storke Ranches in the Santa Ynez / Santa Barbara vicinities, the University of California at Santa Barbara, the News-Press Publishing Company building, and "Old Spanish Days fiestas" in Santa Barbara.

Photographs from the Wacław Lednicki papers [graphic]

Photographs of family and associates, some professional portraits, mostly snapshots, from various U.S. locations and Poland. Also includes two small albums.

Photographs from the Weber family papers [graphic].

Collection includes family portraits, scenery, and unidentified people. Some photographs of the Weber Ranch in Santa Clara County are also included. Includes one carte de visite portrait of an unidentified man by Willam Shew.

Photographs from the Wendell M. Stanley papers [graphic].

Photographs show men with scientific equipment in a library, one possibly Wendell M. Stanley.

Photographs from the William Bancroft Midgely notebook [graphic]

Contains family portraits including Carrie H. Dulton.

Photographs from the William Horace Ivie papers [graphic]

Includes views from Kauai, Hawaii and Salt Lake City, Utah. California photos show Catalina Island, views from Mt. Lowe ("Great Cable Incline", circular bridge, general views), San Juan Capistrano mission, etc. A folder of views published by Campbell Art Co,...

Photographs from the Woolsey family papers [graphic].

Photograph albums, snapshot photographs and studio portraits depicting mulitple generations of the Woolsey family of Berkeley, Calif. The central figures depicted throughout collection are William Harold Woolsey and Mary Catherine Woolsey and their children William Harold "Bill" Woolsey, Jr. and...

Photographs from the Yoshiaki Moriwaki family papers [graphic]

Views include family pictures (birthday parties, baby pictures, etc.), pictures taken at Topaz Japanese Relocation Center in Utah, and pictures taken in Berkeley. One view shows Aki in uniform, others show the 442nd Combat Team in Europe during World War...

Photographs made by John K. Hillers of Zuni, Hopi and Navaho country.

Includes portraits of Indians and views of pueblo dwellings. Primarily identified as Zuni, Moki (Hopi), and Navajo tribes.

Photographs of 1906 San Francisco earthquake aftermath [graphic]

Collection contains snapshots of street scenes taken in San Francisco showing earthquake and fire damage caused by the disaster of 1906. Among the subjects pictured are the Fairmont Hotel atop Nob Hill, California St., the Merchants' Exchange Building, and the...

Photographs of a cabin from the George F. Kincaid papers [graphic]

Photos show exterior and one interior views of a cabin or cabins, possibly at Phoebe Hearst's Wyntoon Estate in Siskiyou County, Calif.

Photographs of a tour of Italy [graphic] /

Photographs show art, architecture (including interiors and exteriors of churches and other buildings), landmarks, ruins, views of cities, etc. Places photographed include Venice, Naples, Florence, Pompeii, Pisa, etc.

Photographs of Alaskan towns and scenes [graphic]

Collection contains various views of Indians (identified as Eskimos), showing a home, meal preparation, a bather, summer tents, and a woman sawing wood; Siberian reindeermen and their shelter; Ketchikan views including the harbor, town, and the New England Fish Company;...

Photographs of Anson Stiles Blake, Sameul H. Willey, and a trip to the Sierra Nevada Mother Lode country [graphic].

Includes a carte de visite portrait of Anson Stiles Blake; a copy photograph of a portrait of Samuel H. Willey; a group portrait snapshot of unidentified women; and four mounted photographs of a trip to the Sierra Nevada Mother Lode...

Photographs of banquets of the Berkeley Manufacturers Association [graphic]

Banquets photographed by Belle-Oudry (1910) and by R.J. Waters (1914), the latter in the Shattuck Hotel in Berkeley, Calif. Roy Block and Friend Richardson identified in both photographs.

Photographs of Bodie, California [graphic]

Many unidentified photographs; includes street scenes, family pictures and inhabitants of Bodie, Calif., Bodie Miner's Union, and some American Indians.

Photographs of buildings designed by Bernard Maybeck [graphic]

Photographs show various homes and other buildings designed by Bernard Maybeck (most in Berkeley and elsewhere in California). Also includes a few portraits of Maybeck and his wife.

Photographs of California highways [graphic] /

Primarily aerial views of freeways in Southern California, many in the Los Angeles area. Also present are several copy photographs of unimproved roads, apparently in the 1920's.

Photographs of California missions and towns, and other western views [graphic]

Views show various California missions, the Legion of Honor and the Panama Pacific International Exhibition, a park in Santa Barbara, a street scene with many cars in Santa Rosa, general views of San Diego and San Francisco, a few views...

Photographs of California missions [graphic]

Views photographed by Taber include two from Mission San Juan Capistrano (olive mill in an overgrown garden with mission in the background, and a view along the roofless cloister with a wall of buildings to the left) and Mission San...

Photographs of California scenery from the Ben Shannon Allen papers [graphic]

Includes photographs of Carmel coast, Mohawk Valley, mountain scenes, and logging wagons.

Photographs of Charles Atwood Kofoid and colleagues [graphic].

Snapshots of Charles A. Kofoid and colleagues at meeting of American Society of Tropical Medicine (1934); at statue of pathologist and obstetrician Ignac Fulop Semmelweis at a park in Budapest, Hungary; and at bust of philologist and politician Johan Nicolai...

Photographs of Charles Kikuchi and family [graphic]

Collection contains photographs of Charles Kikuchi and family, and photographs of the Gila River Relocation Center where the family was interned.

Photographs of China from the J.B. Condliffe papers [graphic]

Majority of collection shows views of China, with an emphasis on agriculture. These views show demonstration farms, child labor in the silk trade, villagers with produce for exhibition, farm life, water supply, agricultural extention workers from the University of Nanking,...

[Photographs of civil rights events in Atlanta and perhaps elsewhere].

One set of negatives includes scenes of a man, possibly Ralph Abernathy, speaking in a church, circa mid-1960s. Other set depicts an event in Atlanta (identified via a sign and a microphone with a label for radio station WAOK), possibly...

Photographs of Clyde, California [graphic]

Views of construction of houses, finished homes (some interiors), machinery, and 2 panoramas.

Photographs of Coloma and Kelsey, California [graphic]

Views of historic buildings of the 1849 gold rush era. Coloma views show Main Street, the South Fork of the American River, Judge Robertson's residence, Chinese banks, and the "N.S.G.W. home". Views of Kelsey show the interior of Marshall's Blacksmith...

Photographs of David Pierpont Gardner [graphic]

Photographs of David Gardner, other past UC presidents (Richard Atkinson, Jack Peltason, David Saxon and Clark Kerr), Gardner with German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, and Libby and David Gardner and family.

Photographs of Downieville and Sierraville, Calif. [graphic]

Includes general town views, some with citizens assembled in the street, winter views, one view of the Young America Mine, and damage from the 1937 flood of the North Yuba River. One view shows exterior of a photographer's studio (ca....

Photographs of drawings from the California Gold Rush period [graphic] : from the files of the Century Company.

Drawings are captioned in ms.: Sacramento City Fire of November 2, 1852 [city on fire, refugees on foot] -- On the Road to Nevada [shows horses pulling a loaded wagon, annotated: IX Life in the Mines, on verso]

Photographs of Earl Warren [graphic]

Official photographs and snapshots of Earl Warren during various periods. One view shows the Dewey / Warren Vice Presidential campaign train.

Photographs of earthquake damage to the Montrose subdivision, near Los Angeles [graphic]

Photographs show the subdivision in ruins after an earthquake (date unknown). Views show destroyed houses and bystanders.

Photographs of E.B. Rogers' vineyard, Fresno, Calif. [graphic]

Views of grapes, vineyard, and buildings at E.B. Roger's vineyard in Fresno, Calif.

Photographs of Edith and Julian Hawthorne [graphic]

Photographs show Edith Garrigues Hawthorne (young and old), Julian Hawthorne in Pasadena, a memorial to Rose Hawthorne, and a view of a statue.

Photographs of Edward Dickinson Baker statue [graphic].

Photographs of the life-sized statue of Edward Dickinson Baker commissioned by Congressional Bills H.R. 2762 and H.R. 2586 in 1872. It was sculpted by Horatio Stone and placed in the U.S. Capitol Building.

Photographs of Emmett J. Rice [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Photographs of Fred Emerson Brooks [graphic]

Photographs show Brooks reciting poems in Yosemite, with Clarence Eddy at the piano and an audience seating on logs; Brooks with David Star Jordon in Yosemite; and Brooks with George Wharton James in Yosemite.

Photographs of Gobind B. Lal [graphic]

Photographs show Lal (an Indian journalist) in his office and during an unidentified official ceremony.

[Photographs of Hakka or Cantonese Chinese women in America].

Snapshots and studio portraits taken in China and in the San Francisco Bay Area. Depicted are Chinese and Chinese-American women who are chiefly unidentified. Some photographs are annotated in Chinese, and a few have brief notations in English. Relationships among...

Photographs of Hawaii and the ships Nipsic, Vandalia, and Trenton in Samoa [graphic]

Three scenic views of Hawaii: an outrigger with Diamond Head in background, Diamond Head from Punchbowl, and a view numbered 237 and captioned "Pali from spring". This view includes what appears to be the lense board of a stereo camera...

Photographs of Herbert I. Priestley [graphic]

Photographs show Herbert I. Priestley and Bessie Snodgrass in 1898 and on their honeymoon in 1901. Individual portrait of Priestly is from 1912.

Photographs of Jack London and the Snark [graphic]

Photos show Jack and Charmian London on the Snark at Pearl City Peninsula (Hawaii). Also includes a portrait of Martin Johnson.

Photographs of Jacob G. Jackson and Casimir J. Wood [graphic]

Photographs of Jacob G. Jackson (president of the Caspar Lumber Company) and his grandson Casimir J. Wood.

Photographs of James R. Mills [graphic]

Photographs show James Mills with Hubert Humphrey, Ted Kennedy, Jesse Unruh, and Mills with his bicycle (being interviewed while cycling around California in support of proposition 20)

[Photographs of Japanese Americans in Los Angeles during the Second World War].

Professional photographs depicting various topics pertaining to the Japanese American community of Los Angeles in the early years of World War II: a father showing a portrait of his son, Frank Nakako, who was then serving in the US Army;...

Photographs of Kernan Cripps [graphic]

Portraits of stage and silent film actor Kernan Cripps. Accompanied by theater programs for his performances, primarily in San Francisco and San Jose, Calif., but also in New Hampshire.

Photographs of Lewis and Clark college [graphic]

Views of the campus of Lewis and Clark college (Portland, Oregon), with all buildings identified.

Photographs of Longshoremen interviewees [graphic].

Snapshot portraits, chiefly taken during an oral history project, of members of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. Most of the subjects are African American. Interviewees pictured are: Bob Birks, Timothy Carter, Johnny Cherry, Edgar Dunlap, Frank Gianinno (no negatives),...

Photographs of Louise Chow [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Photographs of lumbering activities [graphic]

Photographs show logging, lumbering, loggers, log transportation (including logging railroads), some at Stimson Mill, Washington.

Photographs of Mexican art and artifacts [graphic].

Photographs of artifacts mainly show Aztec sculpture and other objects. Photographs of art mainly show murals by various artists, apparently on walls of buildings in Mexico. Collection includes a photo of Diego Rivera working on one of his murals.

Photographs of Monterey buildings [graphic]

Monterey buildings include: homes of Sanchez and Castro families; home of Thomas Larkin, old Spanish convent, Hotel Washington, the old custom house, whaling station, and Colton Hall. Includes various adobes.

Photographs of Monterrey and Matamoros, Mexico [graphic]

One photo captioned "Plaza de Hidalgo, Matamorros". Other photographs not captioned, but show people outdoors, homes (including a tree house), a street, and a building, apparently in Monterrey, Mexico.

Photographs of Mormon missionaries and emigrants [graphic]

Missionaries for Europe 1866 -- Mormon emigrants Echo 1866 -- [...]rrill 1865 -- Mormon emigrants Goolville[?] 1865.

[Photographs of Mountain House, Calif.].

Views of a hotel along a road in what is likely Mountain House, California in eastern Alameda County. Two of the views are group portraits taken in front of the hotel at approximately the same point in time, each of...

Photographs of Mt. Shasta, oil wells, and the Camulos Ranch, Calif. [graphic]

Photos show oil wells of Pico Canyon (near Ventura, Calif.), workers, men surrounding a monument on the top of Mt. Shasta, a church in Ventura, and Camulos ranch with group of people in front of the house.

Photographs of park lands from the Contra Costa Park Council records [graphic]

Photographs show the Las Trampas area, landscapes, and other Contra Costa park scenes. Some photos show Alvin A. Burton and others at park related events.

Photographs of people and scenes in Mexico [graphic]

Photographs show workers, people in rural and urban areas, scenery, buildings, streets, historic sites, agriculture, and similar views in Mexico.

Photographs of plant, Diamond Springs Lime Co. [graphic] : Diamond Springs, Cal.

Photographs depict grounds, facilities, operations and personnel of Diamond Springs Lime Co. processing plant and adjacent limestone quarry in El Dorado County, Calif. One photograph depicts the aerial tramway via which stone was transported from quarry to plant.

Photographs of Porter, Edna, and Louis Garnett [graphic]

Photographs show Porter Garnett at work with his wife Edna watching him, a portrait of Porter's father Louis Garnett, and a photograph of some of 3 of Porter Garnett's wood carvings.

Photographs of production of McClure's play The Beard [graphic]

Photographs of theatrical production "The Beard" performed at Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, July 1966.

Photographs of Ruth Weiss [graphic].

Photos depict: Ruth Weiss, Howard Hart, and Dion Vigne during performance at Fugazi Hall, North Beach, San Francisco; and Ruth Weiss reading at North Beach Fair, San Francisco (two views).

Photographs of San Francisco [graphic]

Photographs show San Francisco homes, businesses, industrial areas, waterfront, streets, and general views.

Photographs of Sara Bard Field [graphic]

Two studio portraits and one view of Field making a speech.

Photographs of Selena Foster and family, accompanying her oral history interview [graphic]

Family portraits and snapshots of Selena Foster and her family in Oklahoma City, Texas, and Richmond, Calif.

Photographs of sheep ranching and milking [graphic]

Photographs show aspects of sheep ranching, especially milking, possibly in California. Men and woman shown are possibly Basque sheep ranchers.

Photographs of soldiers, cadets, and home interiors [graphic].

Photographs of unidentified soldiers or military men, group portraits of military cadets, and a signal corps on parade, apparently in San Francisco or other Bay Area locales. A large Victorian home exterior is included, as are several decorated parlor interiors...

Photographs of speakeasies in Oakland, Calif. [graphic]

Police photographs of prohibition related crimes and scenes: people serving alcohol, stills, speakeasies (interiors and exteriors), bars, etc. mainly in North Oakland. Includes a few mug shots and one "Wanted" poster with finger prints. One street scene shows an election...

Photographs of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company survey party in Montana and Wyoming [graphic]

Photographs show camp life, views along the Burlington route, and American Indians; also views of Sheridan and Dayton, Wyoming, Stillwater Canyon, Shoshone River, and Cedar Mountain, as indicated in captions on some of the images.

Photographs of the Conferencia de Coatequitas in Oaxaca, Mexico [graphic]

Mainly group portraits, some showing military dress. Also includes two photos of ruins at Mitla, and two photos of P. Gonzales' visit to Cuernavaca (in 1916)

Photographs of the Dollar Lumber Company from the Robert Dollar papers [graphic]

Photographs show a depot and store, surrounded by lumber, with a Dollar Lumber Co. train captioned "Markams[?] Cal, near [?]ssons, 1892-1895"; a large oxen team hauling logs down a hill captioned "Usal, 18 logs - 12000 feet 1892"; a donkey...

Photographs of the erosion of McKillop Road in Oakland, Calif. [graphic]

Includes views of suburban residences. Clipping from the Oakland Tribune (Dec. 30, 1952) describes damage to homes from erosion of the hillside and road by Sausal Creek.

Photographs of the Exploration Mercantile Co. store, Goldfield, Nevada [graphic]

Photos show detailed views of the Exploration Mercantile store at four different times in one year. Signs for other businesses located in the building are different, showing changes during that year. People and vehicles are also clearly visible. Views show:...

[Photographs of the First Unitarian Church and buildings on the University of California, Berkeley campus].

Snapshot photographs of the First Unitarian Church, corner of Bancroft Way and Dana St., and various buildings and other structures on the U.C. Berkeley campus, including Sather Tower (Campanile), Sather Gate, North Hall, South Hall, East Hall, Mining, Library, Mechanics,...

Photographs of the H.D. Bott & T.G. Smith blacksmith shop [graphic]

Interior and exterior views of blacksmith shop, showing workers, machinery, etc. Carriages visible in front of shop. Location unidentified, probably California.

Photographs of the Japanese-American evacuation from Berkeley, Calif. [graphic]

Photographs show Japanese-Americans waiting with luggage for transportation, people on busses, and similar scenes.

Photographs of the Lake Tahoe Region [graphic]

Photographs apparently for publication project of the Sierra Club documenting the human impact on the Lake Tahoe Region, emphasizing the environmmental aspects of development.

Photographs of the Mexican revolution [graphic]

Many views of cavalry with rifles and wearing sombreros. Includes views in Mexico City and surrounding towns. All photos show large groups of people, primarily military.

Photographs of the M.H. De Young residence [graphic]

Views of M.H. De Young's home in San Francisco depict fireplaces, stained glass, weapons, table set for dining, ornate relief work on ceiling, dining room hung with vines, etc.

Photographs of the Mother Lode mining district and petroglyphs in California [graphic]

Contains copy prints of early views of the New Almaden Quicksilver Mine and placer mining at Soldiers Gulch, Volcano, Amador County; later views (1920's-1950s?) depict mining buildings in Johnsville, Plumas County, and mining equipment, and an oil gusher of the...

Photographs of the New Church (Swedenborgian Church) in San Francisco [graphic]

Photographs show the Swedenborgian Church of San Francisco, also known as the Church of the New Jerusalem, including interior details and decoration, exterior views, etc. Some photographs show building construction in progress.

Photographs of the people and antiquities of Mexico [graphic]

Views show scenes of Mexico: village life, ruins, huts, bas-relief, roads, outdoor markets, people, etc. The following locations are included: Oaxaca, Chalcatango, Cuilapan, Huapiapam, Huendio, La Magdalena Penasco, Putla, Junctlahuaca, San Juan Mixtepec, San Miguel Achuitla, Tecomaxtlahuaca, Teposcolula, Tlacotepec, Tlaxiaco,...

Photographs of the Plantin-Moretus Museum [graphic]

Views of the Museum Plantin-Moretus of Antwerp. Primarily interior views of this museum of the history of printing and type-founding.

Photographs of the Red Bluff band [graphic]

Photographs show members and instruments of the Red Bluff band, with band members identified. Also shown are members of "Better than Gold", possibly a theatrical group (men in black face).

Photographs of the San Francisco Bay Area and California from the James E. Boynton collection [graphic]

Views of Oakland include many downtown streets and buildings (hotels, government, and businesses), some showing transportation such as the Key System tracks and cars. Other East Bay locations include the the University of California, Berkeley; views of Berkley after the...

Photographs of the San Francisco general maritime strike [graphic]

Photos show crowds and a bomb exploding at the Embarcadero, and police beating a striker.

Photographs of the Schmidt Lithograph Company and the Schmidt family [graphic]

Photographs of Max Schmidt and family and the equipment, facilities, and staff of the Schmidt Lithograph Company of San Francisco, Calif. Includes some views of damage from the earthquake of 1906, printing presses, the Schmidt family home, and the home...

Photographs of the work of Mark Daniels, architect [graphic]

Photographs and designs show exteriors of private residences - some show completed projects. Locations not well identified, but at least some are from the San Francisco Bay Area, Calif.

Photographs of Theodosia Burr Shepherd [graphic]

Portraits of Theodosia Burr Shepherd as a child (including one with her father, Augustus Hall) and as an adult; a view of Mission San Buenaventura; and a photo of the American Hotel, behind Figueroa House, Santa Barbara, Calif.

[Photographs of Truckee, Calif. and other nearby locations].

Miscellaneous photographs (box 1) chiefly pertaining to Truckee, Calif. Numerous real photo postcards; other formats include snapshots, cabinet cards, cartes de visit, a lantern slide, and a stereograph. Includes town views, street scenes, groups, studio portraits, buildings, winter scenes. Among...

Photographs of Vallejo and Best family members [graphic]

Group photograph of women and children on a porch shows Mary Elizabeth Best, Adela Vallejo, Frederick Arthur Best, Francis Leland Best, Loretto Best, and Marg[?]. Photograph of grandaughters of Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo (daughters of Platon Vallejo) portrays Elena Best (Sister...

Photographs of Vallejo and Mare Island, Calif. [graphic]

Views show ships in dry dock, ships in the bay, houses in town and in the countryside, downtown business district, the harbor, etc.

Photographs of various Episcopal churches in California [graphic]

Inludes exterior and interior views of churches in Anaheim, Fresno (St. James Cathedral), King City (St. Mark and unidentified Church, by Edith T. Winslow), Oakland (St. Paul, Trinity), Pasadena (vintage prints of Church of the Angels, by Hill), San Francisco...

Photographs of western and California subjects [graphic]

Views include: photos of architectural subjects (homes and gardens) -- recreational subjects and nature themes (parks, etc.) -- political cartoons -- miscellaneous photos of mining, buggies, scenery (unidentified towns) etc.

Photographs of William Everson [graphic]

Three photos of Everson ca. 1987, and one of Everson (Brother Antoninus) in clerical garb with Stevens van Strum at the Dominican Priory in Kentfield, Calif., ca. 1965-66.

Photographs of Woodrow Wilson Borah [graphic]

Photographs show W.W. Borah in front of a bookcase. One photo also includes [James] Wilkie.

Photographs of Wyntoon and San Simeon Hearst estates [graphic]

Photos of Wyntoon show the surrounding McCloud River area in snow, and the buildings of the estate. San Simeon photographs show construction of pools, details of interior elements, formal gardens, etc. Some portraits also included: Mr. and Mrs. James F....

Photographs of Yosemite National Park [graphic]

Views include waterfalls, rocks, the Mariposa Grove, a cabin at Wawona, and a few people at Yosemite National Park.

Photographs pertaining to Emperor Maximilian and his execution [graphic].

One portrait of Maximilian (by Aubert), and views of a city residence or public building, Maximilian's place of execution, his coat, and his vest. Each garment is displayed to exhibit bullet holes.

[Photographs pertaining to Loy Chamberlain and Malcolm Reynolds].

Chiefly snapshots, with a few group and individual portraits. Includes at least one photograph each of Loy Chamberlain, taken during his college years, and Malcolm Reynolds. Also includes at least 2 photographs depicting Mary A. Chamberlain, Loy's older sister, taken...

Photographs pertaining to Montel Montgomery and the Lyons and Wiley families [graphic].

Snapshots and studio portraits of Montel Montgomery, taken chiefly during his youth, including an image of Montel with Jack London; Montel's parents Lurline Lyons Montgomery and Percy Montgomery; and Montel's guardians Emma Growall and Willard Growall. Also includes studio portraits...

Photographs related to Charles Otto Leege [graphic]

Photographs show Leege as a baby and throughout his life, with family in Germany, San Francisco and Yosemite. Also includes a few aerial views of Gena, Germany.

Photographs related to "Digger" Indians in California [graphic]

Collection includes views of "Digger" Indian men, women and a baby (papoose), all from the Feather River area; a mat made by "Digger" Indians of the Sacramento Valley; skulls, tools, and baskets found in the cliff dwellings of the San...

[Photographs related to grapes and vineyards from the Joseph Henry Jackson papers.]

Photographs of the large grape vine near Santa Barbara in the 19th century, and a copy of a print of the Buena Vista Ranch in Sonoma Co., residence of vintner A. Haraszthy.

Photographs related to the California State Water Project [graphic]

Contains aerial photos of the Oroville Dam; interior views of the Oroville Power Plant; views of preconsolidation ponds near Mariposa; canals (some in Kings County); interior and exterior views of the Thermolito Power Plant; pumping plants; and flood conditions. Some...

Photographs related to the Will S. Green and Mary Semple Thurman families [graphic]

Includes photographs of Mary Semple Thurman, Jos. G. Mansfield, Serge Malavsky (ports., inscribed to Mrs. Zoe [Green] Radcliffe, reporter for San Francisco Call), and Will Green Harton. Views of Will S. Green house and Colusa Sun office, Carmel mission, "marriage...

Photographs relating to David Prescott Barrows [graphic]

Album contains photos commemorating a trip to Yosemite by President and Mrs. D.P. Barrows, daugther Ella Hager, Sir Auckland Geddes and Lady Geddes, and othes. Includes some Yosemite views, as well as group portraits. Loose photographs show men in military...

Photographs relating to exhibits at Sequoia and other national parks [graphic]

Photos show park employees preparing exhibits relating to park flora and fauna, the construction of a relief model of Sequoia National Park, and reproductions of drawings illustrating western history (for a museum exhibit).

Photographs relating to General Luis E. Torres [graphic]

Photographs include a portrait of General Luis E. Torres (former governor of Sonora, Mexico), family pictures, a picture of Darmstadt, Germany, and various other scenes in Los Angeles, Calif., and elsewhere.

Photographs relating to George Blowers [graphic]

Photographs illustrate the following subjects: agriculture (especially sugar beets), aviation, the Coast Guard, the Cutter Lab, dams, relief efforts following the 1933 Los Angeles area earthquake, Fort Ord, Lake Merritt, Los Angeles, police work, roads, telescopes, Yosemite, and soil conservation.

Photographs relating to George T. Coffey and mining in Dawson, Yukon Territory [graphic].

Includes two banquet photos, one at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, which includes George Coffey. Dawson (Yukon) photos show Coffey residences (Coffey posed in front of one with a horse), detailed dock scenes (ships loading, etc.), river boats, hydraulic mining,...

Photographs relating to John Steinbeck [graphic]

Includes photos taken by Robert Capa for Steinbeck's A Russian journal, and stills of scenes from the motion picture version of Steinbeck's Pearl. Also includes snapshots of a trip to Mexico, and Steinbeck family members.

Photographs relating to John Swett [graphic]

Images include portraits of John Swett, the John Swett School in San Francisco, John Swett selling grape juice from his Hill Girt Farm at the Mechanics Fair, John and Mary Swett at their Martinez farm, an adobe house at Hill...

Photographs relating to John Treble Brown [graphic]

Portraits of the John Treble Brown family, a view of Brown's tombstone, photos of houses and surgical implements.

Photographs relating to Kaiser industries [graphic]

Photographs mainly relate to various Kaiser (and Kaiser Frazer) industrial facilities and products. Photos show aircraft models, Kaiser buildings, oil wells, cars (on San Francisco streets), gas stations, manufacturing (National Lead Co.), aerial views of docks in Eureka (Calif.), Kaiser...

Photographs relating to Lloyd Osbourne [graphic]

A group portrait from ca. 1895, and a portrait of Lloyd Osbourne from ca. 1920.

Photographs relating to Porter Garnett [graphic]

Items show Porter Garnett, a group at Bohemian Grove, Garnett's first office, Porter and Edna Garnett, a bust of Sam Hume made by Porticia Hume, and a clipping showing The Bancroft Library's new reading room (James D. Hart seated).

Photographs relating to Robert Lowie's life and work [graphic]

Snapshots of Robert Lowie throughout his life, many at various Berkeley residences. Family photographs include portraits of Lowie's grandfather and others. Some show Lowie with members of various Indian groups, including some at Fond du Lac, Saskatchewan. Other photographs of...

Photographs relating to Ruth Hill Cooke [graphic]

Photos include snapshots of Ruth Cooke, James Cooke, Noel Sullivan, Cooke's house in Carmel, Cooke's family, and related scenes. Other photos have to do with entertainment and social events in Carmel; in particular, musical and theatrical events. Many show the...

Photographs relating to Samuel Ruben from the Martin David Kamen papers [graphic]

Includes one photograph of Samuel Ruben and several photos of cross-breeding charts.

Photographs relating to the California Real Estate Association [graphic]

Photographs include group portraits, and views from various unidentified events of the California Real Estate Association.

Photographs relating to the construction of Shasta Dam [graphic]

Snapshots of various stages of construction of the Shasta Dam feature of the Central Valley Project, California.

Photographs relating to the Cooper Ornithologists' Society and the American Ornithological Union [graphic]

Primarily groups portraits from ornithologists' meetings. Many relate to member W. Lee Chambers.

Photographs relating to the Leon J. Richardson and W.W. Wilkinson families [graphic]

Album contains cabinet card portraits of prominent San Francisco Bay Area individuals (apparently some are Berkeley Club members). Loose photographs include views of the California School for the Deaf, and one group portrait of the American Association for Adult Education....

Photographs relating to the Miocene Mine [graphic]

Views of hydraulic mining including mine flume structure in the Thompson Flat area (near Oroville, Butte County, Calif.?) Also present is one group portrait.

Photographs relating to the Patterson Family and ranch [graphic]

Collection contains unidentified portraits, interior views of G.W. Patterson's home at Ardenwood Regional Preserve, a Japanese pavillion from the Panama Pacific International Exposition on the Patterson Ranch, a camping scene, and a panorama of California Milk Co. at Arden Ranch.

Photographs relating to the "State of Jefferson" secession attempt [graphic]

Photos show secessionists in favor of a State of Jefferson stopping traffic at Yreka, Calif. One photo shows a group of men in front of the Yreka Assay Office. The following people are identified in the photos: R.W. Stevens, Roy...

Photographs relating to Theodore R. Heintz [graphic]

Includes photos of horses carrying ore from the Heintz mine, Del Norte County; Crescent City view shows tethered mules with Del Norte Bottling works across the street; and one view of an ore boat on the Rogue River.

Photographs relating to Theophilus Hope d'Estrella [graphic]

Views show d'Estrella at the California School of Design and at the California School for the Deaf. Some views show deaf students engaged in various activites, some show deaf artists such as Douglas Tilden. General Bay Area scenes are also...

Photographs relating to William Hammond Hall's life and work [graphic].

Collection includes many portraits of Hammond family and Hall family members, as well as others. Many photos relate to Hall's work in Europe, Africa, and Asia (especially Uzbekistan). California photos show views of San Francisco and Palo Alto after the...

Photographs taken after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire [graphic]

Snapshots of the San Francisco Ferry Building; Vallejo and Newark ferries; and street kitchens set up soon after the earthquake.

Photographs to accompany Margaret Barbree Rosenberg's oral history [graphic]

Photographs show Margaret Barbree Rosenberg's family members, ranch (San Bernardo Rancho), churches, the southern Salinas valley, and include a few portraits.

Photographs used as illustrations for J.D. Grant's Redwoods and reminiscences [graphic]

Photographs used in Redwoods and reminiscnesces include portraits of Leland and Jane Lathdrop Stanford, Edith M. Grant (wife of J.D. Grant), Emma Gummet Grant (Mrs. Adam Grant), J.D. Grant, Adam Grant, Douglas and Ian Grant, etc. Other views show the...

Photographs, written historical and descriptive data, Sacramento River Bridge (Tower Bridge) (M Street Bridge) [graphic].

Views show the Tower Bridge (M Street Bridge) over the Sacramento River at California State Highway 275.

Photoprints and negatives from the "Sacred places of San Francisco" project [graphic].

Photographs of places of worship of San Francisco, taken as part of a cooperative project to record the city's religious architecture. The project resulted in the 1985 publication of "Sacred places of San Francisco," featuring a narrative by Ruth Hendricks...

Photos accompanying Philip S. Boone's oral history [graphic]

Collection shows group and individual portraits, one of Boone. Mainly California locations. Many show social events.

Photos from the Luis A. Ireland correspondence and papers [graphic]

Group portrait of members of the California Apprenticeship Council, printing groups, Franklin D. Roosevelt addressing a Conference on Code Authorities, L.A. Ireland, and unidentified portraits.

Photos from the Mobilized Women of Berkeley records [graphic]

Views show club activities, sports teams, banquets, the club building, charity functions (holiday gifts for children), social events, etc.

Photos of Barnet N. Botts' airship [graphic]

Photos show Botts and his airship at Point Richmond, Calif.

Photos of City Lights Books [graphic]

Views of City Lights Books storefront and window displays, portrait of unidentified man, bulletin board, Allen Ginsberg holding sign in front of City Lights.

Photos of Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas and friends [graphic]

Snapshots of Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas and their friends and pets, taken mainly at their Bilignin residence and in Paris. Friends include: Andre Breton, Henri Daniel-Rops, Samuel M. Steward, Donald Sutherland and others.

Photos of Grabhorn Park, San Francisco [graphic]

Photographs are views of the Grabhorn Park on Commercial Street in San Francisco, Calif. Includes photos of plaques relating to Grabhorn Press.

Photos of San Francisco newspapermen [graphic]

Photographs show identified newspapermen at a banquet and behind bars.

Photos of Shoshone Falls, Idaho, and Sonora, Mexico [graphic]

Views show the city water works in Sonora, Mexico; a policeman in Mexico; and Shoshone Falls, Idaho.

Photos of the 25th anniversary of the International House in Berkeley, California, and other views from the Allen Carrier Blaisdell papers [graphic]

Photographs taken during the 1950 celebration of the 25th anniversary of the International House, University of California at Berkeley. Included also are snapshots of a June 1950 trip to Egypt featuring events in Cairo and views along the Nile River,...

Photos of The Club, Berkeley, Calif. [graphic]

Photos show group portraits and views of various meetings, some taken at Theodore Meyer's home. Includes photos of George R. Stewart, Charles L. Camp, and Theodore Meyer, among others. Some vacation and scenery photos are also present.

Photos of the League of Women Voters of Berkeley [graphic]

Miscellaneous pictures, mainly snapshots taken on the 50th anniversary of the League in Berkeley.

Photos related to the Klondike [graphic]

Views show man and boy working by a flume, cabins at Fort Yukon, the Pioneer Hotel ("old folks home") in Dawson, Pioneer's Home (institution) in Sitka, a church at Lake Bennett, and a view of Skagway.

Photos relating to the Administration of the San Francisco Jewish Welfare Fund, 1970-1975 [graphic]

Includes views of Louis Weintraub, Peter E. Haas and others during their study missions to Israel, and the 1963 meeting with Pope Paul VI in the Vatican.

Phyllis Cangemi collection of papers relating to Whole Access, 1983-2001.

Contains pamphlets, reports, articles and video news clips relating to handicap access in parks specifically to the group Whole Access and Phyllis Cangemi.

Physical chemistry at the University of California : Berkeley, California, 1980.

Comments on his scientific research, development of the Dept. of Chemistry under Gilbert N. Lewis and nuclear chemistry at the University; relations between the Chemistry and Physics Departments; other faculty members; etc.

Physical planning and management : Los Alamos, University of Utah, University of California, and AID, 1942-1976 : oral history transcript / 1992.

Morgan discusses his career as an engineer, especially with the Manhattan Project Y and the Atomic Energy Commission, university positions, and legislative relations.

Physician, teacher, and guardian of public health : transcript, 1959.

Interviews conducted July and August 1959 by Edna T. Daniel for the Regional Cultural History Project, University of California Library, Berkeley. Part of the series on University history. With historical introduction by the interviewer, photograph of Dr. Porter, appended documentary...

Physics and philosophy : oral history transcript / and related material, 1960-1965.

Relating mainly to his work at University of California and at Harvard in physics and philosophy; the growth of the Dept. of Physics at Berkeley; his interest in the philosophy of science. Photographs inserted.

Pico family papers, 1864-1876.

Contains letters, court documents, and other materials. Includes letters by Pío Pico, Andrés Pico, and José G. Estudillo.

Pictorial images from the Andrew Jackson Grayson papers [graphic]

Miscellaneous pictorial material, largely of Mexican scenes: 1 photographic reproduction of painting "The Promised Land", by William S. Jewett, depicting the Grayson family arriving in California. (With accompanying descriptive pamphlet) -- 1 newsclipping of former Grayson home in Marin County...

Pictorial items from the Charles Caldwell Dobie papers [graphic]

Depicted are oriental and antiquity figures, some surrounded by elaborately designed borders.

Pictorial items from the collection of Joseph A. Baird [graphic] : Mexican views and a Chinese man.

Collection includes two photos of Mexico (a market scene and Taxco) by J.W. Towne, and a studio portrait of a Chinese man in traditional dress (presumably in Oregon) by Scotford (or Scofford?) of Portland, Oregon. Also includes a rubbing of...

Pictorial items from the Grabhorn Press records [graphic]

Collection contains a large number of copy photographs and portraits used to illustrate "Coulterville Chronicles" showing the history of Coulterville and vicinity. Views of Dr. Robertson's Hydropathic Sanitarium in Livermore are also included. Collection also contains some portraits of E....

Pictorial items from the Otto Struve collection [graphic]

Unidentified daguerreotype by J.E. Mayall, London; a pencil drawing of a building associated with the Struve family; a portrait of elderly Otto Struve (grandfather of the astronomer?); and a photo of the Struve family home in Kharkovi, Russia.

[Pictorial material and objects from the Emilio Segrè papers].

Framed painting (FR) is a portrait of Segrè. ffALB box 1 contains plaque (title: Nobel Laureate contemporaries, Portraits of progress) depicting Segrè and Owen Chamberlain. OBJ box 1 contains paper cube models in wooden box with label: 12 models of...

Pictorial material collected for a biography of William M. Gwin [graphic]

Copies of portraits and other images related to the life of William M. Gwin. Includes some original snapshots of the Gwin Mausoleum in Oakland's Mountain View Cemetary, and the environs of the Gwin Mine near Paloma, Calif.

Pictorial material from the Agnes Newton Keith papers [graphic].

Includes original drawings made by Keith while she lived in Sandakan, Sabah (then North Borneo). Drawings depict indigenous peoples, flora, fauna, landscapes and architecture. Also includes original drawings depicting her experiences and observations while she was interred by the Japanese...

Pictorial material from the Albert Israel Elkus papers [graphic].

Collection includes an oil portrait of Albert Elkus (1906), etchings of an unidentified woman, an oil painting of a sailor, an oil painting by Giulio[?] Silva of his own home in Lagunitas (Marin County), a drawing of the First Baptist...

[Pictorial material from the Alberto Beltrán correspondence with Emmanuel C. Montoya].

Includes a few prints each by Alberto Beltrán and Emmanuel C. Montoya, 1 drawing by Beltrán, and 1 print by Francisco Luna. Subject matter refers to various political, social and historical issues, such as campesinos; Jose Clemente Orozco; Leopoldo Méndez...

Pictorial material from the Alice Lorraine Andrews papers [graphic].

Includes portraits of Ina Coolbrith, Ellen Terry, Mary Anderson, Lola Montez, and views of the Lola Montez house in Grass Valley, which was later owned by Alice Lorraine Andrews.

Pictorial Material from the Anna Blake Mezquida Papers

Collection includes an album of photographs, postcards, and prints from the 1906 earthquake and fire of San Francisco with captions apparently by Anna Blake Mezquida or a family member.

[Pictorial material from the Barbara Boxer papers].

Includes portraits of Senator Barbara Boxer of California, group portraits with congressional colleagues, photographs presented to her by various groups, some prints or posters related to Boxer or issues she supported, and some framed texts of bills mounted with Presidential...

Pictorial material from the California Street Cable Car Company records [graphic]

Two photographic views are of buildings on McAllister and Lyon Streets in San Francisco. Print shows a man running for the Hyde St. Cable Car.

Pictorial material from the Charles Augustus Keeler papers [graphic]

Views show Eskimos, and the town of Riverside, Calif.

[Pictorial material from the Charles R. Garry legal files].

Includes personal photographs, snapshots, press photographs, and some printed ephemera. The majority are snapshots of Garry, many of which date to the 1940s and his military service. Some studio portraits of Garry are present, including one from early childhood and...

Pictorial material from the Charles Warren Stoddard collection of papers [graphic].

Collection includes sketches made at Vailima including and oil painting of Robert Louis Stevenson's estate in Western Samoa and sketches by Isobel Strong [Field], and a photo of the Strong family among the Samoans, and a self-portrait etching by Joseph...

Pictorial material from the Clyde Wahrhaftig papers [graphic].

Includes aerial photograph of Twin Peaks neighborhood (San Francisco), and a reproduction of an architectural rendering of the San Francisco Municipal Railway N-Judah trolley line and San Francisco Mint at Duboce and Church Sts.

[Pictorial material from the Ernest Callenbach papers].

Various pictorial items, including a print depicting an ecologically utopian view of Market Street, San Francisco, in 1999 (AX); a tear sheet of a published R. Crumb cartoon depicting 3 different future outcomes of civilization (AX); a photographic print by...

Pictorial material from the Ernie and Doris Segale correspondence with Rube Goldberg [graphic]

Drawing titled "Too Big to Silence" -- photographs show Rube Goldberg, some with Ernie and Doris Segale and Irma Goldberg.

Pictorial material from the Farnham P. Griffiths papers [graphic]

Collection contains views of ships and boats, portraits of judges, Bohemian Grove, and many portraits inscribed to Farnham Griffiths.

[Pictorial material from the Frank M. Robinson papers].

Includes portraits and snapshots of author Frank M. Robinson, family portraits and snapshots, and snapshots of many friends, chiefly taken in San Francisco, California. Includes several photographs of Harvey Milk (chiefly by Dan Nicoletta), for whom Robinson worked as a...

Pictorial material from the Grunsky family papers [graphic].

California views show the San Francisco Bay (with boats and ships), Chinese children in San Francisco (photos by McKinne), Telegraph Hill, buildings in Stockton (Lottie Grunsky Grammar School, C.M. Weber's residence, a general town view), and a houseboat used to...

Pictorial material from the Harriet Martineau papers [graphic]

Includes portraits of Harriet Martineau (some are reproductions), photographs of an exhibit of manuscript material relating to cholera, and other views.

Pictorial material from the Herbert Eugene Bolton papers [graphic].

Includes photographs, postcards and other material pertaining to the southwestern US, Central America and South America. Many photographs were taken by Bolton and/or his colleagues during his travels and field research in such areas as California, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona,...

[Pictorial material from the Herman Drew Nichols collection].

Subjects of photographs include the Nichols and Kellogg family, including some of Herman Drew Nichols; the Hiram Tubbs family mansion and Tubbs Hotel in Oakland; early automobiles; art restorer Adolf Werbick; Oakland poet Joaquin Miller; the 1906 San Francisco earthquake...

[Pictorial material from the Hubert Julian Stowitts papers].

Includes formal and snapshot portraits of Stowitts and other personal photographs; photographs of art works by Stowitts, chiefly those of his major series of paintings, including depictions of Ballets Russes dancers and other ballet performers, Chinese opera, Javanese dancers, Vanishing...

Pictorial material from the J. Torrey Connor papers [graphic]

Unidentified snapshots and portraits, mostly of girls and women. Includes one tintype of a man and woman seated with their backs to the camera, and a view of a horse-drawn float in a parade.

Pictorial material from the J.B. Neilands papers [graphic].

Includes photographic prints of magnified ferrichrome molecules and of diagrams pertaining to the same. Also includes a portrait of Linus Pauling, signed by the subject, as well as a bottle of vitamin C tablets with label signed by Pauling.

[Pictorial material from the Judith Chamberlain and Rowena Meeks Abdy collection].

Archive of original artworks, photograph and scrapbook albums, prints, drawings and paintings by San Francisco-based artists Chamberlain and her close friend Rowena Weeks Abdy.

Pictorial material from the Louis Lurie papers [graphic].

Chiefly portraits of Lurie, his friends and associates. Other identified individuals include Jake Ehrlich, Gene Autry and Herbert Hoover. Includes a few caricature drawings of Lurie.

Pictorial material from the Mary Downing Barnes papers [graphic]

Collection includes a watercolor (by "A.E.D."?) of the Carmel Mission, cyanotype views of Mission Santa Barbara, a photo of a painting of George Lord Anson, an etching of Ferdinand VII by George Smeeton, photos of Tillac and Bijou Indians (some...

Pictorial material from the McManus-Young magic collection [graphic].

Includes pictures and ephemera related to magic. Magicians performing their tricks, magic paraphernalia, performances, and interiors of theaters in New York, Boston and on the West Coast, are depicted. Harry Houdini, W.W. Drubin, Dustin Farnum, P.C. Sorcar, Mohammed Bey, J....

[Pictorial material from the Neeli Cherkovski papers].

Snapshots and portraits of Cherkovski and his literary milieu in San Francisco and beyond. Depicted in many photographs are Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Charles Bukowski, Jack Hirschman, Cherkovski's partner Jessie Cabrera, and Cherkovski family members Clare Cherry, Sam Cherry and Tanya Cherry....

[Pictorial material from the Roberta J. Park papers].

Chiefly albums of photographs and other documentation pertaining to Park's activities in women's field hockey at the University of California, Berkeley, for the United States Field Hockey Association, and elsewhere.

[Pictorial material from the Ruth Beckford papers].

Chiefly snapshots documenting various activities and events pertaining to Beckford's dance career, community involvement and social life, mostly from the 1990s and 2000s: book signings, award ceremonies, birthday parties, anniversaries, reunions, ocean cruises, etc. Also includes a few studio portraits...

[Pictorial material from the Stanley Noyes papers].

Includes untitled, framed watercolor painting by Henry Miller, possibly dated 1948-1949.

Pictorial material from the Weber family papers [graphic].

A portrait of Charles Maria Weber, a California fruit poster of 1855, and lithographs of Paris (France), Philadelphia (Pa.), Cairo (Egypt), Plymouth (England), Newport (R.I.), Saint Joseph (Mich.)

Pictorial material from the William I. Gardner and Mercedes P. Gardner papers [graphic].

Photographs and original art, chiefly pertaining to the Gardner and Philip families of the San Francisco Bay Area. Carte de visite portraits (PIC box 1) depict James B. Gardner and other Gardner family members of Napa County, including William Gardner,...

Pictorial material relating to bull fighters from George Elmendorf's Mexican miscellany [graphic]

Collection contains photographs and popular images of bull fighters and bull fighting in Mexico and Spain.

Pictorial materials by and relating to William Lueder [graphic]

Contains diagrams showing the hull, sail and rigging of the "Helios," drawings of ships at sea; maps showing track chart of "Helios," Lobos de Afuera, and Valparaiso Bay; and W. Lueder's 1905 certificate for his crossing the equator on the...

Pictorial materials from the Bernard Joseph Stanislaus Cahill papers [graphic]

Postcard is of the temporary San Francisco City Hall, designed by the firm of Wright, Rushforth, & Cahill, architects. The painting shows an unidentified cabin in the woods.

Pictorial materials from the Charles Melville Scammon collection [graphic]

Predominantly pencil sketches and watercolors of: Oregon, Washington Territory, Alaska, and some of the southern coast of Florida. Includes paintings by Frederick Whymper from the Western Union Telegraph Expedition to Alaska, and an album of "The flags of all nations",...

Pictorial materials from the Julian Hawthorne papers [graphic].

Family portraits include portraits of Julian and Edith Garrigues Hawthorne, of Edith's family (father, sister, and first husband), and of Sylvia, Imogen, and Una. Other views show interiors, social and family scenes. Three views show what appears to be an...

Pictorial materials from the Roi Partridge papers [graphic].

Collection includes family photos: a portrait of Archibald Ebenezer Partridge (father of Roi), Florence George Partridge (mother of Roi), Roi himself, his wife Imogen Cunningham and their children, family scenes, family homes in Seattle, a caricature of the family by...

Pictorial materials from the William S. Mailliard papers [graphic]

Photographs related to Mailliard's activity in the Republican party. Mostly official photos of various committees, congresses, sessions and meetings, including United Nations activities.

Pictorial materials related to Rudolph Schaeffer [graphic].

Collection includes portraits of Rudolph Schaeffer, a lithograph done by him, a few snapshots of people in Germany, and a contact sheet of images taken during an interview with him (possibly his Regional Oral History Office interview). The latter is...

Pictorial miscellany from the estate of Harold A. Small [graphic]

Includes reproductions (15 color prints) of water colors "On the Plains", 1845 (several are duplicates); Currier and Ives "The route to California," printed by Lawton and Alfed Kennedy as the Christmas card of Antoinette and Warren Howell; World War I...

Pictorial miscellany of San Francisco and western views [graphic]

Collection illustrative of early San Francisco and California history with views of towns, businesses, buildings, ships, portraits, etc. Some views relate to the Civil War.

Pictorial miscellany of San Francisco views [graphic]

Various buildings, streets, and attractions of San Francisco. Includes one platinum print of Fisherman's Wharf by Lauck and three early views by G.R. Fardon (cataloged separately). Also present is a salted paper print (ca. 12 x 16 in.) of San...

Pictorial miscellany relating to T.J. Cobden-Sanderson [graphic]

Original prints: T.J. Cobden Sanderson by A. Legros (inscribed C.-S. 1916), and an engraving of Richard Cobden. Photographs of workshop interior; T.J. and Annie Cobden-Sanderson, 1914; exterior of The Doves Pub; bookbinders Charles McLeish, T.J. Cobden-Sanderson, Bessie Hooley, and Charles...

Pictorial works and ephemera related to San Francisco [graphic]

Primarily views and ephemera related to the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire and the 1915 Panama Pacific-International Exposition. Includes views of San Francisco and objects related to San Francsico history. One carte de visite view of the Orphans' Home...

Pictorial works from the Clarence Muse papers [graphic]

Primarily portraits and promotional shots of Clarence Muse from his career as a movie actor. Also includes some photos of friends(?), movie stills and a linocut print of a Mexican cock fight captioned: To Clarence Muse/Artist and Friend/Erle C. Kenton./1934.

Pictorial works from the Jesse R. Grant papers [graphic].

Primarily pictures of general Ulysses S. Grant, Julia D. Grant, Jessie R. Grant and the Grant family.

Pictorial works from the League of American Writers archives [graphic].

Includes portraits of Ernest Hemingway, Art Young, and Antonio Machado on death bed, among others. In addition, views from literary meetings and art exhibits are present.

Pictorial works from the Robert Dollar papers [graphic]

Includes three portraits of Robert Dollar and one painting on silk of the S.S. President Hoover at sea.

Pictorial works from the William Nauns Ricks papers [graphic].

Includes individual and group portraits and snapshots of Ricks, his family, friends and associates, including his wife Elizabeth Ricks, Dane Coolidge and Mary Coolidge. Includes portraits of Ricks in costume as an actor. Group portraits depict a school class, choirs,...

Pictorial works related to K.K. Bechtel [graphic]

Includes views of ships and a sailboat, several views of Bechtel involved in ceremonies related to his activity with the Boy Scouts and as a board member for Six Companies, Inc., a certificate regarding Bechtel's election to Chairman of the...

Picture book : scrapbook of early Hollywood movie stars, [ca. 1915-1920]

Photographs (many autographed), clippings, and some answers to "fan letters".

Pictures and scrapbook relating to Geraldine Knight Scott's life and work [graphic]

Collection includes pictures and other Knight family material relating to Geraldine Knight Scott's childhood and forebearers, photographs of her and of her work as a landscape architect, newspaper clippings about her and her work, sketches done by Scott, etc.

Pictures from the Parsons family papers [graphic]

images used in Marion Randall Parsons' book Old California houses: portraits and stories.

Pictures of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and the Berkeley campus [graphic]

Photographs show Eudora M. Kelsey Smith and Guy Smith; the University of California, Berkeley campus (including various individual buildings); and ruins after the 1906 earthquake and fire in San Francisco.

Pierce, Elisha H. Letters from Plumas County residents to Elisha Pierce, 1862-1863.

Letters relating to Pierce's actions, as county sheriff, in tax matters.

Pierce family papers, [ca. 1868-1961]

Box 1: Letters (1869-1888) and 1868 diary of Margaret Cameron Pierce, relating to her early life in San Francisco and to her singing career; diaries (1897 and 1915-1917) of her daughter, Mary Eugenia, relating to travels to Japan and to...

Pierce family. Photographs from the Pierce family papers [graphic]

Collection includes three albums and a number of loose photos. Album 1 (1903-1916): miscellaneous snapshots, some from Berkeley; some amateur theatrical productions (including Phaedre) in the Greek Theatre; other San Francisco Bay Area scenes. -- Album 2 (1898-1921): includes family...

[Pierre Dieulefils and R. Moreau postcards of Vietnam].

Commercially issued postcards depicting various aspects of Vietnam at the turn of the 20th century, when the country was known as French Indochina. General areas represented are the French Protectorate of Tonkin and the French Protectorate of Annam, with an...

Pilarcitos Creek photographs [graphic]

Snapshot views of the site of a reservoir on Pilarcitos Creek (labelled "At Stone Dam"), and of two women on a plank-covered flume.

[Pillsbury Picture Co. photographs of Yosemite waterfalls].

Small-format professional photographs depicting major waterfalls of Yosemite National Park, including Yosemite Falls, Bridalveil Fall and Vernal Fall. Pillsbury envelope includes price list, a list of causes of poor photographs, and a description of services, with mention of a branch...

Pimentel (George C.) papers

This collection documents George C. Pimentel's career in the field of chemistry. It includes information on his research, teaching, public service, travel and meetings, and engagement in the community of the University of California at Berkeley. Of particular interest are...

Pimería Alta missions letters, 1731 April-1740 June.

Contains 46 letters from thirty-two Jesuit missionaries working in thirty-one Pimería Alta missions and rancherias of of northern Sonora, Mexico [and southern Arizona?]. The letters, mostly addressed to Procurator General Joseph Ferrer in Mexico City, contain reports providing insight into...

Pinart, A. L. (Alphonse Louis) Collection of documents concerning New Mexico, 1681-1841.

Collection of documents relating to the administration of twenty New Mexican governors. Include records of legal proceedings; reports concerning battles with the Indians; petitions from inhabitants of Albuquerque and elsewhere; decrees and orders concerning Indians, presidios and missions. These documents,...

Pinart, A. L. (Alphonse Louis) Letters to Albert Samuel Gatschet : ALS, 1879-1889.

The letters were written from San Francisco, New York, Paris, and various places in Mexico and Central America, and deal primarily with linguistics of the original peoples of Mexico and Central America. There is a copy of Fray Pedro de...

[Pins and patches from the Anna Espenschade papers].

Pins and patches, chiefly pertaining to umpire positions of the United States Field Hockey Association (USFHA), Northern California Field Hockey Association (NCFHA) and other field hockey organizations; water safety (lifeguard); and perhaps University of California, Berkeley (i.e. Cal "C"?).

Pinto-Levy family papers, 1856-1878.

A citizenship document (1856) of Abraham Cohen, the maternal grandfather of Julian Pinto; a citizenship certificate (1867) of Henry Levy, grandfather of Pearle Levy Pinto; and a Master Mason (i.e. Freemason) certificate (1878) for Henry Levi [sic] from National Lodge,...

Pioche, Nevada, Merchants statements : Pioche, Nevada : DS, 1874.

Statement of Sherwood & Bro., lumber merchants to the Pioche Phoenix Mining Co., Jan. 31, 1874; statement of A. Brown, liquor dealer, to the Magnet Mill and Mining Co., June 1, 1874.

Pioda family papers : ms., 1847-1900.

Correspondence, legal and land materials, and genealogical information concerning Edward L. Williams, Sylvester Woodbridge, Edmund Jones, Joseph Boston, Archbishop Alemany, A. St. Clair Denver, Luis Mesa, Juan Bautista Alvarado, Mariano G. Day, Governor Michetorena, Manuel Castañares, Mary Emma Woodbridge (later...

Pioneer activist for environmental justice in Silicon Valley, 1967-2000 : oral history transcript / 2003.

The making of an activist; early days at the Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, 1982-1986; Focusing on clean up, 1986-1992; Regional, national, and local campaigns, 1990-1992; connecting the local to the international for pollution prevention, 1992-1999.

Pioneer Drug Store business records : Virginia City, Nevada , 1904-1922.

Chiefly invoices for 1904, 1914, 1916-1918, 1920-1922.

Pioneer in applied rock mechanics, Braden Mine, Chile, 1944-1950; St. Joseph Lead Company, 1955-1960; Colorado School of Mines, 1960-1972 : oral history transcript / 1993.

Reed discusses his family mining background; studies at the University of California School of Mines; his work as an engineer at Braden Copper Company, Chile, 194-1950; polio and rehabilitation; his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1955; pioneer...

Pioneer reminescences [sic] : typescript, 1896.

Typed transcript, by Dale L. Morgan, of series of articles published in the Cloverdale Weekly Reveille, Cloverdale, Calif., March-April 1896.

Pioneer wood-lathe artist, and master creator of bowls from fine and rare woods / 1998.

Indiana farm life influences, maintaining machinery, tools, woodworking; World War II Conscientious Objector camps, fire-fighting, turning bowls, building boxes; Berkeley house and workshop, learning the craft; worldwide search for fine and rare woods and buying, drying; planning the bowls, use...

Pioneering in Education : oral history transcript / and related material, 1960-1962.

Recollections of association with the University of California as first dean of women; friendship with Pres. and Mrs. Benjamin I. Wheeler; establishment of the Bank St. College of Education in New York City. To this has been added: pamphlets and...

Pioneering in Marin County : ms.S, 1959 June.

Includes biographical sketches of Samuel P. Taylor, Robert Stedman, Stephen S. Stedman and other early settlers; information about Taylor Paper Mill, Pacific Powder Mill Co., Irving Fur Tannery and other pioneer industries; beginning of Bohemian Club encampment, etc.

Pious Fund of the Californias, 1700-1857.

Papers, originals and copies, concerning the Pious Fund and the California missions, especially bequests and subsequent litigation. Chief centers of controversy were the estate of Francisco Lorenz de Rada, 1749-1754, with data extending from 1700 to 1805; the will of...

Piper's Opera House and Bank of California views from additions to the John Piper business papers [graphic]

Exterior views of the brick Bank of California building (an antiques store) in Gold Hill Nevada, and one of Piper's Opera House.

Pittman family papers, 1798-1873.

Accounts and correspondence. A letter, 1813, to George W. Pittman concerning the schooling of his daughters, Anna Maria (later the first wife of Jason Lee) and Margaret Eliza (later Mrs. Rowe Haviland Smith). Letters from Frank Smith to his parents...

Pittsburg, Calif. views and other photographs from the C.A. Hooper & Co. records [graphic].

Photographs of Pittsburg, Calif., including Los Medanos Hotel (:2--A), Pioneer Rubber Mills (:4--A), Contra Costa County Bank (:5--A), and two panoramic views of the town (:7-:8--G). Also includes views of Shasta Dam (:1--A), a portrait of Wigginton E. Creed (:6--A),...

Pitzer, (Kenneth S.)

The Kenneth S. Pitzer Papers, 1915-2000, consist of correspondence, writings, reports, and research materials documenting Pitzer's career in the field of theoretical chemistry from the 1930s until his death in 1997. The bulk of the collection is made up of...

Pizarro - La Gasca collection.

Three letters to Gonzalo Pizarro concerning intercolonial shipping. Contains letters from Diego Vásquez, Oct. 13, 1546; Francisco Maldonado, Jan. 3, 1545; and Lope de Ayala, Oct. 7, 1546.

P.J. Walker photographic archive [graphic]

Photographic record of construction activities of the P.J. Walker Company, San Francisco. In binders in chronological order, these are primarily photos of construction only, but some include views of the sites before construction and some of finished buildings. Most buildings...

Pàl Gèher interview : oral history transcript, 2003.

Interview with Deputy Secretary of State in the Ministry of Health in the Hungarian government discussing medicine and politics in Hungary during and after the Communist regime.

Placer Co., Calif., War History Committee Records

The Placer Co., Calif., War History Committee was created in the Fall of 1918, as part of the effort by the State Council of Defense to principal of Placer Union High School, was appointed chair of the committee established to...

Placer County (Calif.) records, [ca. 1850-1873]

v. 1, mining notices, 1850-1856; v. 2, copies of lien notices, 1851-1856; v. 3, copies of land claims and surveyors' notices, 1851-1852; v. 4, copies of property agreements, leases and deeds, 1859-1870; v. 5, copies of by-laws, notices of claims...

Placer County mining stereoviews [graphic]

Stereos show various mines (Michigan Bluff, Hidden Treasure), hotaling at the California Iron Co., mining at Gold Run, a house at Forest Hill, and similar views.

Placer Times job printing bills : Sacramento, Calif., 1850 Nov. - Dec.

Bills to the New England Society and to E.I. Armstrong.

Placerville, Calif. mining documents, 1870-1898.

Contains legal and finacial documents relating to mining in Placerville, Calif.

The Plains and the Rockies : a bibliography of narratives of travel, exploration and adventure, 1800-1865.

Pages from the third edition of the book, revised by Charles L. Camp, with additional emendations by Camp and Dale L. Morgan, in preparation for a revised and enlarged fourth edition. A few pages of original manuscript notes.

Plains States miscellany, 1860-1895.

Items illustrative of pioneer life on the plains. Each item cataloged separately; search under title: Plains States miscellany, 1860-1895.

Plaintiff's brief and related material : ADS, 1878.

Autograph signed document written as attorney for plaintiff, with note to Judge David Belden.

Plan and sketches for a reconstruction of Nuestra Señora de la Soledad Mission.

"Based on research and excavation of the site, dated, March 25, 1961."

Plan of Fort George, Columbia River, made in October, 1818, by Lieut. T. Saumarez, H.B.M.S. Blossom : with letter from Lewis McArthur, 1927.

Photostat copy with letter of transmittal, Lewis A. McArthur to Joseph J. Hill, 1927. The plan shows the location and size of various buildings at the fort, formerly called Astoria.

Plant genetics and new grape varieties : transcript, 1973.

Interviews conducted by Ruth Teiser for the Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library. Introduction by James F. Guymon. Photographs inserted. Study of plant genetics at University of California, Berkeley and Davis; research in the Department of Viticulture, University of California,...

Plant hunters in the Andes..., [1961?].

An account of his association with the Botany Department, University of California, and his six expeditions to the Andes.

Plates from Edward Vischer's views of the mammoth tree grove [graphic]

Includes: [title page with oval vignette of principal attractions of Calaveras Mammoth Tree Grove] -- Plate II: Entrance to the grove, arriving from Murphy's -- Plate VI: Mother and son. From a photograph -- Plate VII: Stump and log of...

Playbill scrapbooks : San Francisco, Calif., 1875-1889.

Contains playbills from the San Francisco area, cabinet-size photographic portraits of contemporary actors who performed in San Francisco, printed ephemera from the Bohemian Club and the Loring Club and other related dramatic, artistic and cultural ephemera and clippings.

Pleasants family papers, 1859-1917.

Consists of correspondence between the Pleasants' friends and family including James M. Pleasants, William J. Pleasants, the Pleasants family in Kentucky, fellow wagon train members the Hopper family and the Rhea family, the George Miller family (son-in-law to J.M. Pleasants),...

Plutonium technology applied to mineral processing, solvent extraction, building Hazen research, 1940-1993 : oral history transcript / 1995.

Hazen discusses his childhood and education in Berkeley, Calif., his work with his father Harold Lewis Hazen in Nevada mines, metalurgical and plutonium research and its transfer to mining technology, and Hazen Research, Inc.

P.N. Hansen receipts, 1873-1884.

from University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center;

P.N. Kuss papers, 1886-1909.

Consists of documents concerning the Kaweah Colony, and P.N. Kuss Co. The Kaweah Colony documents include correspondence between Kuss, Charles Keller, Frank X. Fischer, Attorney Henry N. Copp, and Attorney Henry C. Dillon, a partial membership list, land patents, receipts,...

Pneumonic Plague Outbreak Sites and Rats in Los Angeles - Photographic Documentation

This collection contains 617 photographs in 8 albums documenting Los Angeles plague outbreaks in 1924-1925. The first album contains an index, which covers all 8 albums. The index headings have been used in the container listing to group the photographs....

Pío Pico papers, 1845-1846.

Proclamations and correspondence Pío Pico (1801-1894) as Governor of California. Includes a copy of the grant of Rancho Guejito y Cañada de Paloma (San Diego County) to José María Orozco, a letter on Pico's behalf by José María Covarrubias verifying...

Pocket memoranda of voyage round Cape Horn and in the gold mines, 1853.

Calendar book recording daily activities sailing from Boston to San Francisco and working in the gold fields near Marysville. Bulk of entries relate to mining.

A pocketful of wry : oral history transcript : an impresario's life in San Francisco and the history of the Pocket Opera, 1950s-2001 / 2001.

Early years in North Carolina and Virginia; piano studies; studies at Harvard, 1942-1944; working with Vilzak-Schollar Ballet School and Balanchine's School of American Ballet; moving to California to work with composers Ben Johnston and Harry Partch, 1951; performing at the...

Pocock, George Papers concerning the Havana expedition, [1762]

Include letters from Augustus, Viscount Keppel, and George, Earl of Albemarle.

Poems : ms and typescript, n.d. & [19]09 Sept. 25.

Poems begin with the lines "Where is the land, Bohemia's land" and "From far beyond the mountains" (Chicago, Sept. 25/09 to Waldemar Young Sire). Both poems refer to Bohemia's land, a new club house, and the fact that "we're nothing...

Poesías Varias ... Desde el Año 1691 : Valencia, Spain : mss.S., 1691-1707.

A collection of poems on various subjects, some relating to his life in Valencia, Spain.

Poesias varias eruditas y Descripcion del Santo Monte de la Villa de Priego : Spain : ms.S, 1636.

Copies of poems on sacred subjects, in Spanish and Latin, and a descriptive poem concerning the Franciscan convent of San Miguel in Priego. With a prefatory note by Fray Francisco Antonio de Sacedón concerning the original manuscript, and a pen...

Poet and suffragist : oral history transcript / and related material, 1959-1979.

Sara Bard Field comments on early marriage to minister and life as missionary bride in India and Burma; return to U.S. and growing interest in socialism and urban reform; role in women suffrage campaign and Woman's Party; relationship with Charles...

Poet be like God : Jack Spicer and the San Francisco Renaissance : typescripts, 1984, 1990.

Contains the 1984 and 1990 manuscript versions of Lewis Ellingham and Kevin Killian's work on Jack Spicer.

Poetry flash records, circa 1980s-2000s.

Correspondence, submissions, newsletters, and publicity files, with some materials related to the Bay Area Writers Workshop and Watershed Festival

Poets' Dinner records, 1927-1982.

Consists of announcements, programs and clippings relating to annual dinner meetings and poetry contest of annual Poet's Dinner held in the San Francisco East Bay. Also includes copies of winning poems.

Point Loma, Calif. postcards [graphic]

Views show cliffs, water, and bridges at Point Loma, Calif.

Point Reyes Lifeboat Station wreck reports, 1892-1915.

Printed forms filled in, giving details of shipwrecks in the area.

Point Reyes National Seashore Foundation records, 1959-1962.

Box 1: Articles of incorporation, list of members of advisory committee and board of directors, minutes of meetings, progress reports, etc.; publicity and promotional material; financial records; correspondence of president Joel F. Gustafson and others with Clem Miller, Clair Engle,...

Poland, Jefferson F. Photographs from the Jefferson F. Poland papers [graphic]

Two views of a congregation of hippies in Golden Gate Park, 1969, and snapshots (labelled "Freak photos, 1972") of Captain Ozone, Jefferson Poland, Berkeley poet Julia Vinograd, Berkeley Barb vendor Bill Friedman, and Pink Cloud (underground paper distributor). Some views...

Polemic theology : Auburn, New York : AD, 1834.

Questions and answers concerning various religious beliefs.

Polhemus (Charles B.) Papers

Charles B. Polhemus came to California in 1849 and was an active and successful businessman and diplomat, with interests in real estate, the commission and banking business, ranching, and the railroad industry. This collection consists of retained copies of correspondence,...

Police Chief career photographs of Daniel O'Brien [graphic].

Album shows many views of Police Chief (of San Francisco) Daniel O'Brien. Includes views of social events, public appearances, portraits, humorous views, etc. Some show views related to the production of the police drama "In the Name of the Law"...

Political action documents concerning redevelopment plans in the Western Addition: San Francisco, California, 1963-1964.

Contains a one page mimeograph copy with general proposals and ideas for organizing civilian political activities to influence urban renewal plans in the Western Addition area of San Francisco, California. Also includes two copies of a critique of Mayor John...

Political advocacy and loyalty : oral history transcripts / and related material, 1977-1982.

Interviews focusing on the Goodwin Knight and Pat Brown gubernatorial administrations. Interviewees, and titles of interviews, as follow: Bertram Coffey. Reflections on George Miller, Jr., Governors Pat and Jerry Brown, and the Democratic Party; Coleman A. Blease, A Lobbyist Views...

Political cartoons and portraits from City Argus [graphic]

Political cartoons are titled: Political influence sheilding a crime -- History repeats itself, Pratt forcing his wife to sign away her honor. Portraits show Hon. E.B. Pond, mayor of San Francisco; and Joseph A. Donohoe, Esq. Four views of resevoirs...

Political organizer for disability rights, 1970s-1990s, and strategist for Section 504 demonstrations, 1977 : oral history transcript / 2000.

Family background in Champaign, IL; education in the South, Japan, and Washington, D.C.; muscular dystrophy diagnosis, health care, family support; University of Illinois, 1962-1967: Rehabilitation Center, civil rights activism, Students for a Democratic Society; political organizing for Socialist Workers Party,...

Political scientist and leader in higher education, 1947-1995 : oral history transcript : sixteenth president of the University of California, chancellor at UC Irvine and the University of Illinois / 2001.

Family and youth in Kansas and Missouri; education at the University of Missouri and Princeton in political science; study of political processes in the judiciary; teaching at Smith College, 1947-1951; University of Illinois Department of Political Science, 1951-1960, and dean...

Politics, farming, and the Progressive party in California : oral history transcript / and related material, 1961-1962.

Recollections of his father, Hubert H. Bancroft; his early law practice in San Francisco; his interest in politics- particularly the graft prosecution in San Francisco, the gubernatorial campaign of 1910, the start of the Progressive Party, and his 1938 campaign...

Politics, Law, and the University of California : oral history transcript / and related material, 1954-1961.

Comments on newspaper work in San Francisco; the graft prosecution; Hiram W. Johnson's 1910 gubernatorial campaign; the reforms of the Johnson administration; opposition to World War I and the League of Nations; international affairs; his law practice; defense of Anita...

Polk, James K. (James Knox) Letters to Samuel H. Laughlin and William L. Marcy, 1835-1849.

Concerning his presidential career, political events in New York State, and offer of the position of Secretary of War to Marcy.

Pollack (Jack H.) Papers

This collection contains the papers of Jack Harrison Pollack pertaining primarily to his research and writings for his biography of Chief Justice Earl Warren (1891-1974). The papers include correspondence with figures who knew and associated with Warren, research notes, and...

Pollard family correspondence : ALS, 1845-1939.

Contains correspondence between various Pollard family members including John Pollard and Mary Pollard, who migrated from Me. to Calif. in the 19th cent. Topics include business, conversion to Christianity and comparison of Me. and Calif.

Pond (C. L.), Yosemite Stereoviews

The Yosemite Stereoviews by Charles L. Pond collection consists of 31 stereographic prints taken from circa 1871 to circa 1878.

Pope, John D. Photographs of Speculator Mine, Butte, Montana [graphic].

Photographs of mining facilities and miners at Speculator Mine, Butte, Montana. Includes an underground view, by flash, of miners at a support in a tunnel.

Popenoe, Edwin A. Letters received by Edwin A. Popenoe, 1873-1878.

Include letters from John L. LeConte and George H. Horn, concerning identification of entomological specimens.

Porfirio Diaz collection of papers, 1881-1893.

Collection of material signed by, or relating to, Porfirio Díaz, made up chiefly of signed letters from Díaz to Bancroft and a list of detailed suggestions for alteration of Chapter XIX, Vol. VI, of Bancroft's History of Mexico. Includes a...

Port Angeles, Washington, and vicinity [graphic]

Depicted are street views (Front St. and others); individual buildings: fire department, an opera house, a lighthouse, school, hotel, private homes, turpentine & charcoal manufacturing facility, etc.; sailing ships, steamships, and a ship building; people camping (hunters and others); military...

Port Costa Brick Works [graphic].

Album includes photographs of the Port Cost Brick Works (Port Costa, Calif.) and of several noteworthy buildings in the San Francisco Bay Area which were built with bricks from this plant, including Shumate's Drugs (S.F.), Kappa Sigma fraternity (Berkeley), Daniel...

The Port of Oakland : oral history transcript : modernization and expansion of shipping, airport, and real estate operations, 1957-1977 / 1994.

Ben Nutter discusses his family background in Los Angeles; being Superintendent of Public Works for the Territory of Hawaii; and his career as Chief Engineer of the Port of Oakland from 1962 through 1977. He touches upon operations, staff, foreign...

Port of San Francisco miscellany : San Francisco, Calif. : DS, 1850-1851.

Printed and mss. ship's documents. Collection includes: a notary document from the owners of the schooner "Nassau," Salem, Mass., appointing John B.F. Osgood in San Francisco as attorney and agent to sell the ship; two inward foreign entry forms for...

Port Stockton Cement Company records, 1926-1977.

Organized into five series: 1. Administrative Records, 1926-1973; 2. Correspondence, 1928-1977; 3. Legal Records, 1929-1974; 4. Financial Records, 1927-1972; and 5. Stocks, 1929-1968. Administrative records include articles of incorporation, by-laws, board meeting minutes, property records, maps showing limestone deposits, and...

Porter & Irvine business records, 1873-1916.

Volume 1: day book for Samuel Irvine's general store in New Republic, 1873-1875; volume 2: day book, 1908-1909; volume 3: undated inventory of goods; volume 4: notes concerning accounts; volume 5: accounts, 1910-1916 (incomplete, A-P only).

Porter, Bruce Photographs from the Bruce Porter papers [graphic]

Photographs relating to Bruce Porter include a portrait of Rosinia Vokas inscribed to Robert C. Porter, some photographs of pottery, and photographs of Porter's studio and house. Also includes a sketch of a building at the corner of Leidesdorff &...

Porter family papers, 1898-1958 (bulk 1940-1945).

Correspondence primarily within the Porter family from Bruce and Margaret James Porter to their son Robert Bruce Porter concerning the life and activities of the family.

Porter family scrapbooks.

Clippings pasted in: (1) account book, 1846-1851, for hotel or boarding house in Hannibal, Mo., and (2) Poll list, Precinct No.1, Oakland, Calif., Sept. 6, 1871 (mutilated)

Porter Garnett and Edna Foote Garnett family photographs and portraits [graphic].

Chiefly studio portraits, including several of Porter Garnett by Arnold Genthe, and one by Dorothea Lange. Also portraits of his wife Edna Foote Garnett, her sister Elvira Foote, artist Ruth Reeves, and a snapshot with Garnett, George Sterling, and Jack...

Porter Garnett papers, 1916-1951.

Correspondence, writings, miscellaneous papers, drawings and sketches, examples of fine printing (some mounted). Includes Gelett Burgess material.

Porter, Robert C. Correspondence with members of the California Commission of Immigration and Housing, 1915-1921.

Includes letters from George L. Bell, R. Justin Miller and Simon J. Lubin concerning housing legislation.

A portfolio of photographs of California agriculture /

Large format exhibition prints from digital photogaphs documenting various aspects of California agriculture, including produce, irrigation, industry, labor, livestock, and scenic views. Portfolio selected by photographer from a larger body of work, some of which is related to Field guide...

Portland flood photographs [graphic]

Large format views of flooded Portland streets, with commercial storefronts. Fire Department barges with hoses and pumps are featured in two of the images, and a horse-drawn fire wagon and fire department personel in additional carriages are in the flooded...

Porto Alegre (Brazil). Prefeitura Municipal. Reports on foreign residents wishing to retain their nationality : DS, 1890-1891.

Reports submitted to the Junta Municipal on German and Swiss nationals resident in the state of Rio Grande do Sul.

Portola Festival [graphic] : San Francisco Oct. 22-25, 1913.

Includes views of the Portola Festival events, including street and aerial views of crowds during ceremonies and parades; as well as reenactments of scenes of Balboa 'sighting land' and 'discovering San Francisco'.

Portola trek reenactment scenes, Los Angeles, 1948 [graphic] /

Includes scenes of reenactment of the Portolá. trek, featuring Gaspar de Portolá, Catalonian soldiers, men on horseback wearing historical costumes, etc.

Portrait album from the era of Emperor Maximilian in Mexico [graphic]

Chiefly men from the court of Maximilian, with some opposition figures. Portraits of: José Mariano de Salas, Leonardo Márquez, Father Francisco Javier Miranda, Eulalio María Ortega, Rafael Martínez de la Torre, Tomas Gran ("fusilado por...?") General Febrario[?] Quijano[?], Porfirio Díaz,...

Portrait File of The Bancroft Library

Portraits of identified individuals and groups. Primarily individuals and families associated with the history of the San Francisco Bay Area, California, or the American West, including pioneers, artists, literary figures, community leaders, elected officials, scholars, etc. Also includes individuals outside...

[Portrait from the Antonio López de Santa Anna collection of papers] [graphic]

A profile portrait, with eyes closed, presumably of Antonio López de Santa Anna or Manuel López de Santa Anna y García.

Portrait miscellany [graphic]

Subjects include: Charles Erskine Scott Wood, George Sterling, Robert Louis Stevenson, Bret Harte, Frederick Goudy, Placido Vega, the U.S. Supreme Court (between 1865 and 1870), Albert Bender (by Edward Weston), William C. Ralston (memorial lithograph, item 11--D), Duke Kahanamoku (item...

Portrait of a contemporary composer : oral history transcript / 2000.

Early years, studies with Ann Abajian, Leo Ornstein, Olga Samaroff, Rosalyn Tureck; Paris and Nadia Boulanger, 1937; Roger Sessions, 1939-1946; education at Princeton and UC Berkeley; Composer's Forum, 1946-1966: programming and commissions, critics, the California Quartet; fellow at American Academy...

Portrait of an economics professor : oral history transcript / and related material, 1966-1967.

Recollections of his teaching career at Stanford University, 1906-1914, and at the University of California, Berkeley, from 1914 until his retirement in 1951, with comments also on his colleagues, his help in organizing the Berkeley Police School, teaching at the...

[Portrait of Buffalo Bill Cody] [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

[Portrait of Charles Lummis] [graphic]

Portrait of Charles Lummis (#53)

[Portrait of Colonel Leonard Wood of the "Rough Riders"] [graphic]

Photographed or published by Strohmeyer & Wyman.

Portrait of General Mariano G. Vallejo his assistant, and other figures of Mexican California [graphic]

Show General Mariano Vallejo and other prominent figures of California prior to statehood. Included are Vallejo's historical research assistant Rosana Leese, Don Jose Abrego, Henry Cerruti, and Don Vicenti Gomez. The printed caption describes the historical research that these figures...

[Portrait of Hermann Hesse] [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

[Portrait of Sheldon Cheney receiving honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree] [graphic]

Photograph shows Sheldon Cheney receiving an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from the California College of Arts and Crafts, at Scottish Rite Temple in Oakland, California.

[Portrait of Witter Bynner [graphic] /

Reproduction of a profile portrait, in pencil, signed by Gibran in 1919. The reproduction is inscribed to Albert [Bender] from Hal (Witter Bynner's nickname). The reproduction may have been made for use in John Henry Nash's 1919 edition of Bynner's...

A portrait photographer's view of the University of California, Berkeley, 1947-1981 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1981-1983.

Comments on work as portrait photographer in Berkeley, particularly with University faculty and staff.

Portrait photographs from the Naglee family papers [graphic].

Portraits include: Mrs. Antoinette Hay Ringgold, mother of George H. Ringgold, Margaret Naglee, Mrs. Mary Naglee Bush, William Hammond, and others. Also included is 1 view of Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon in Philadelphia, Pa.

Portrait photographs of John Howard Hill [graphic].

Bust-length portraits believed to be of Sonoma County pioneer Dr. John Howard Hill. They were initially identified as William McPherson Hill, son of John, however the date of the daguerreotype and age of the subject rule this out. The daguerreotype...

Portrait prints from the Swiss Enlightenment collection [graphic].

Portraits present are: Barthold Hinrich Brockes, Covarruvias [Diego de Covarruvias y Leiva], Erasmus (after H. Holbein, litho. by A. Merian; drawn by Senn [1827]), Jean Gabriel Eynard, La Fiammetta (character from Boccaccio?) , Johannes Frisius, Salomon Gessner (2 prints), Kleinjogg...

Portrait sketches [graphic] /

Full figure studies of people, some in uniform. Possibly costume studies for an historical theatrical production.

Portraits and California views [graphic] /

Primarily portraits by California photographers, of interest especially for the photographers' imprints on mounts. Includes many children and other unidentified sitters. Includes a portrait of Admiral Dot (Leopold Kahn), a little person from California who toured with P.T. Barnum (.16128),...

Portraits and photographs from the Louis Bartlett papers [graphic]

Includes many portraits, views of Yosemite, the Grand Canyon, British Columbia, and some views of the San Francisco after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

Portraits and photographs from the Olney family papers [graphic]

Collection contains a number of portraits of members of the Olney family: Warren Olney Sr., Warren Olney Jr., Eliza Green Olney, Mary Craven Olney (wife of Warren Sr.), Warren Olney Sr. in Federal Uniform (1865), and others. Other photographs show...

Portraits and photos from the Hardin B. Jones papers [graphic]

Photographs include many portraits of Hardin Jones, group portraits from various professional meetings, and other photos related to his career.

Portraits at summits of Mount Dana and Mount Hoffman [graphic]

Views show Feusier in Yosemite National Park: Feusier with survey equipment under an umbrella at the summit of Mt. Dana; Feusier with two others (Dubbers and Lucke?) on Mt. Hoffman.

[Portraits by Japanese American photographers in Los Angeles].

Professional portraits, including an album of photographs of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. I. Hongo by Tōyō Miyatake (PIC folder); portraits of wedding groups by Miyatake and Nakako Studio (B folders); and portraits of a bride by Nakako, a...

Portraits from a Yosemite excursion [graphic] : including two portraits of Chaffee and Chamberlain /

One card-mounted photograph by George Fiske shows Alonzo Coffin, Alfred Ogg, and companions in camp on their 1895 Yosemite trip. Two real-photo postcards acquired by Coffin depict John Chaffee and Jason Chamberlain seated together on porch and among a group...

Portraits from the Abigail Leland Miller papers [graphic]

Primarily portraits of A.L. Miller, some of Tennie C. Clafin by Bradley & Rulofson.

Portraits from the Adams and McGaw families [graphic]

Photographs show members of the Adams and McGaw families: many of Bruce McRae (some in uniform) and Bernice McGaw Taylor Adams. Others show Mary Carver Adams, D.G. McGaw, and others.

Portraits from the Bret Harte collection of letters and papers [graphic]

Two portraits of women on alabaster. One is inscribed "with best Christmas wishes, Bret Harte"

Portraits from the Charles Brown papers [graphic]

Includes Brown's individual portraits and two group portraits: one of the "Governmental Efficiency Committee dinner" (June 15, 1959), and the other of the "49ers senators party for class of 57."

Portraits from the Edward William Nelson papers [graphic]

Portraits of E.W. Nelson and group pictures of Nelson, Gertrude Hale, and others.

Portraits from the Farnham P. Griffiths papers [graphic]

Two photographs: the first portraying H. Morse Stephens (in Bohemian Grove?), the second is a studio portrait signed by Edio[?]. J. Mc[?]utchen dated 1921. Lithographic portrait of H.A. Freeth by Cyril Bailey dated 1940.

Portraits from the Frank Mattison family papers [graphic]

Portraits are of Frank Mattison, Lila Esther Mattison (age 2), John Stead Mattison, Delilah Miles Mattison, Corrie Peck Mattison, and several unidentified persons.

Portraits from the François Matthes papers [graphic].

Collection includes many portraits of geologist François Matthes and his wife Edith , as well as one portrait each of June A. Hall, Galen Clark, and William Radford. Portraits of Mathes include views of him working in the field in...

Portraits from the Gelett Burgess papers [graphic]

Portraits include many of Gelett Burgess, as well as of Zona Gale, Will Irwin, Xavier Martinez, Frank Norris, and Robert Louis Stevenson. Other photographs show the 1894 University of California commencement, the Authors' League Fellowship dinners of 1921 and 1923,...

Portraits from the George Davidson papers [graphic].

Portraits of George Davidson, his friends and associates, taken mostly in California but also internationally. Includes portraits of the Fauntleroy family (Davidson's wife's family) and a portrait of Ellinor Davidson.

Portraits from the Greer family papers [graphic].

Portraits show a baby, a young man, and a man in his 30's (?), possibly offspring of Captain John Greer, or other members of his family.

Portraits from the Horace Burr papers [graphic]

One group portrait of David Steele, Horace Burr and Oscar Dart[?], and an individual portrait of Horace Burr.

Portraits from the Jennie Cullum notebook [graphic]

Studio portraits of Will and Kate Roddy (friends of Jennie Cullum of Meadville, Penn.), and Henry B. Cullum (brother of Hattie and Jennie Cullum), and a portrait (photographed from an engraving?) captioned: Prince of Wales and family.

Portraits from the John Swett papers [graphic]

Portraits of John Swett, May Tracy Swett, and John LeConte.

[Portraits from the Kingsley family papers.]

Four large format (image 24 x 20 cm) portraits of the same unidentified woman, presumed to be Caroline A. Kingsley of Red Bluff, Calif., taken by Bradley and Rulofson in San Francisco approximately 1870-1875. One carte de visite portrait (1860s)...

Portraits from the Kroeber family papers [graphic]

Photographs include portraits of Theodora Kroeber Quinn, John Quinn, and others.

Portraits from the Porter family [graphic].

Mainly portraits and snapshots of family members, including: Bruce Porter (childhood to old age), Charles Porter, Annie Porter, Robert Porter (Bruce's brother), Mrs. William James and daughter Margaret James Porter, Margaret Porter Waybur, the children of William James, Arnold Porter,...

Portraits from the Richard Brautigan papers [graphic]

Portraits show Brautigan as a child and at high school age. Some may be self portraits.

Portraits from the Sharon family papers [graphic]

Portraits are from many locations and are mostly identified. They include Louise Tevis Sharon, Miss Blackington (apparently in Africa), Helen Wagner, Harry Sharon, George Sharon, Mrs. Lloyd Tevis (her photos are stamped "Lloyd T. Breckinridge"), William Sharon Davis, and Frederick...

Portraits from the Stein family photograph collection [graphic]

Includes portraits of: Gertrude, Leo, Allan, and David Stein, Henri Matisse, and 5 portraits of Chinese in San Francisco taken by E.N. Sewell.

[Portraits from the Stephen Spender papers] [graphic]

Snapshots of an unidentified man and woman standing at a gate. Possibly Stephen Spender or a relative?

Portraits from the Strunsky-Walling collection [graphic]

Primarily photos of the Strunsky-Walling family and friends including portraits of Anna S. Strunsky, William E. Walling, Barton Abbott (Jack London's grandson), Edward Carpenter, George D. Herron and others.

Portraits from the Van Ness family papers [graphic].

Includes portraits of Captain Oldejans, A.H. Parker, and one unidentified man (2 copies).

Portraits from the Waterman family papers [graphic]

Portraits of family members and associates of California governor R.W. Waterman.

Portraits from the Wayne M. Collins papers [graphic].

Portraits and snapshots, chiefly of the Collins family, and some of Wayne Collins in Navy uniform. Includes 19th century portraits of Drew and Perkins family members.

Portraits from the Weber and Drenckhahn families [graphic]

Portraits (taken in San Francisco and Germany) of Adolph Charles Weber, his wife Regina Drenckhahn Weber, and others.

Portraits from the William Everson papers [graphic]

Portraits of William Everson (#1-225, some oversize:#50-56, #80-93, #147-181), Mary Fabilli (#1-10), and Edna Everson (#1-2)

Portraits from the William McCleave papers. [graphic]

Studio portrait of McCleave in uniform, seated, and a group portrait (tintype) of McCleave and three other officers of the California Column (1st California Volunteers).

Portraits, ideas and design : oral history transcript / and related material, 1959-1961.

Notes on her family and early life in Seattle; introduction to photography; study in Germany; Steiglitz and the Photo Secession; marriage to Roi Partridge; the "f/64" group and other colleagues; phases of her own work, including that for Vanity Fair;...

Portraits of 19th century public figures [graphic]

Portraits show public figures from the 19th century, both American and from other countries.

Portraits of a Chinese man and woman [graphic]

Portraits show a Chinese man and woman in traditional dress. Location unidentified.

Portraits of actors and actresses [graphic]

Portraits show various actors, actresses, and others involved with the theater, some in costume. Those pictured include: Lola Montez, May Kellogg, Fanny Morant, Charles Fisher, Kate Fisher, Sophie Heilbron, Edwin Forest, Kate Girard, Laura Keene, Alex Dumas, Maggie Mitchell (many),...

Portraits of African-Americans [graphic]

Includes one ambrotype of an unidentified black woman dated Aug. 30, 1860.

[Portraits of Allan Joyce].

Title devised by cataloger.

Portraits of Ambrose Bierce [graphic]

Portraits of Ambrose Bierce (#9 copy 2, #10-13:2-5)

Portraits of Andrew Furuseth from the Paul Scharrenberg papers [graphic]

Portraits include views of a bust of Andrew Furuseth (Portraits #4-5) by sculptor Jo Davidson; a photograph of Andrew Furuseth sitting for Jo Davidson by Maurice Goldberg (#6, two copies); and halftone reproduction of a portrait of Andrew Furuseth (#7).

Portraits of applicants to the California State Library School [graphic]

Photos grouped by year and applicants accepted, rejected or dropped out. Majority of applicants are female, most identified by name.

Portraits of artist Thomas Hill and his daughters [graphic]

Studio portrait of Western landscape artist Thomas Hill, and a portrait of his two young daughters, Addie and Nellie Hill.

Portraits of Bret Harte [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Portraits of California Governor James N. Gillett and his son [graphic]

Primarily studio portraits of Governor James N. Gillett and of his son James. Several group photographs of political events and banquets also present. One portrait is mounted in a 1907 honorary banquet menu from the Fairmont Hotel. Oversize photomechanical print...

Portraits of Captain Adolph S. Oko [graphic]

Painted portrait of Oko includes view of the steamship Kefalos in background and a plaque(?) on the wall possibly related to Oko's membership in the Drake Navigator's Guild.

Portraits of cast members of Dan Totheroh's "Moor Born" [graphic]

Photos of cast members of Moor Born including: Glenn Anders, Helen Gahagan, Frances Starr, and Thomas Findlay.

Portraits of Chinese people in California [graphic]

1: boudoir card studio portrait of fourteen children in traditional Chinese dress (two of whom may be young adults or older children) -- 2: cabinet card studio portrait (by C. Sutterley) of a young man seated holding a book.

Portraits of Diane Johnson, Czeslaw Milosz, and Hisaye Yamamoto [graphic] /

1: author Diane Johnson on a San Francisco street -- 2: poet Czeslaw Milosz in his garden in the Berkeley Hills -- 3: author Hisaye Yamamoto in downtown Los Angeles.

Portraits of Dr. David Burbank and his bride, Clara Kauffer [graphic].

Daguerreotype of Burbank taken soon after his purported 1853 arrival in San Francisco. However, a note in the daguerreotype case well in a mid-19th century hand states "Dr. David Burbank upon arrival in California 1850." He wears what appear to...

Portraits of Edgar Wayburn from Global activist and elder statesmen of the Sierra Club oral history [graphic]

Portraits of Edgar Wayburn at Midpines near Yosemite Valley, Edgar Wayburn speaking at the 25th Anniversary of the establishment of Redwood National Park, and pictures of Wayburn at his San Francisco home and on the boat Northern Lemming II.

Portraits of Edwin Grabhorn [graphic]

Adams portraits show Grabhorn in front of an iron hand press. Kirwan portrait shows Grabhorn and others in academic gowns.

Portraits of E.O. Lawrence and other Berkeley scientists [graphic]

Photographs are mainly portraits of Ernest O. Lawrence, and a few of other Berkeley scientists. Some are photos of paintings and drawings.

Portraits of Eugene Hilgard, Lawrence Arnstein, and William Everson [graphic]

Portraits of Eugene W. Hilgard, Lawrence Arnstein, and William Everson (autographed "Brother Antoninus OP")

Portraits of Fanny Stevenson [graphic] : given to Gelett Burgess.

One portrait is personally inscribed to Burgess by Fanny Stevenson.

Portraits of Frank Barnet, Sheriff of Alameda County, Calif. [graphic]

Photographers include: Denninger (San Jose), F.H. Dorsaz (Oakland), Palm Studio (Oakland), and Bushnell.

Portraits of Frederick W. Dohrmann, his family, and associates [graphic]

Includes portraits of Dohrmann's sister Mrs. D.B. Paulsen, and of his business partner Mr. B. Nathan.

Portraits of Helen Gahagan Douglas [graphic]

Portraits and snapshots from various periods in Douglas's life, and a series of portrait negatives taken during an oral history interview. Some portraits are with composer Joseph Marx during a European opera tour of 1937. Other images are from her...

Portraits of Henry Janin [graphic]

Portrait from 1861 is a later copy photograph.

Portraits of Herman Hesse [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Portraits of Ina Coolbrith [graphic]

A copy print of Coolbrith as a young woman, and a vintage portrait taken late in her life.

Portraits of Indians at Grass Valley, Calif. [graphic]

Subjects are identified as "Digger Indians." A clipping is attached to the back of one of the portraits.

Portraits of Jack Hillmer [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Portraits of J.K. Macomber and family and views of ranch lands [graphic]

Portraits (some cabinet cards) of Macomber and family, both individuals and in groups. Includes photos of children and a pencil sketch portrait of Macomber by Buel. Ranch views depict Ausaymas Ranch Company lands, irrigation works on Pacheco Creek, construction of...

Portraits of John C. Fremont and family and big trees stereo views [graphic]

Includes portraits of Mrs. Jessie Benton Fremont at home in Los Angeles; and General Fremont and the Fremont family posing at the General Fremont Tree, near Santa Cruz. Also included are stereoviews captioned: "Father of the Forest, Calaveras Grove, CA",...

Portraits of John Winkler and classmates [graphic] /

One individual and one group portrait of artist John Winkler and classmates.

Portraits of Joseph Grinnell's family and his colleagues [graphic].

Includes portraits and snapshots of Grinnell's family (most from Pasadena, Calif.), portraits of coleagues at the University of California, Berkeley and elsewhere, some photos of the Cooper Club and Museum of Vertebrate Zoology events. Also present are snapshots of an...

Portraits of Joseph Rous Paget-Fredericks and a drawing by him [graphic].

Portraits (of Paget-Fredericks), two in dance poses, photographed by Alma Lavenson Wahrhaftig. Drawing, for a book illustration, by Paget-Fredericks. Each signed by the artist.

Portraits of Lawton Kennedy and J.R.K. Kantor [graphic] /

Portraits are of printer Lawton Kennedy and University of California Archivist J.R.K. Kantor.

Portraits of Lester Rowntree [graphic]

Portraits are set outdoors, with Rowntree in front of a pine tree.

Portraits of Lincoln Steffens, Carol Aronovici, and postcards from the University Extension files [graphic]

Portraits show University of California Extension lecturer Carol Aronovici, and Lincoln Steffens. Postcards show Alameda County Hospital, the Argonauts' Hotel in San Francisco, the First Congregational Church of Alameda, and Mt. Lowe railway.

Portraits of Mark O'Brien [graphic].

O'Brien, in his iron lung, at his Berkeley, Calif. apartment.

Portraits of Mexican leaders [graphic]

Portraits of Porfirio Díaz, Ignacio Zaragoza, Ygnacio [sic] de Allende, Benito Juárez, and Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla.

Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wingate [graphic].

Smaller photo (of Mr. Benjamin Wingate) is a copy print made from a color polaroid of a painting based on a daguerreotype taken of him in the 1850's; larger photo (of Mrs. Mary E. Wingate, his wife) is a copy...

Portraits of Nora May French [graphic].

Includes pictures of Nora May French as a child and as a young woman, as well as family snapshots. Also shown is her home in Aurora, Illinois.

Portraits of Pedro Nel Ospina [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Portraits of Peter J. Barber and family [graphic].

Chiefly portraits of Barber and family members. Includes one souvenir photo of the Santa Barbara mission (1890s), 1 stereograph of family members on the steps of the Barber home, and a cabinet card photo montage with a view of Santa...

Portraits of poets, authors, and artists and miscellaneous photographs [graphic] /

Includes portraits of many beat generation figures and San Francisco Bay Area artistic and literary personalities. Included are Gregory Corso, Jean Varda, Richard Brautigan, Allen Ginsberg, Manuel Neri, Guy Wernham, filmmaker Ron Rice, Peter Orlovsky, James Keilty, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Shigeyoshi...

Portraits of poets [graphic]

Portraits show Louise Bogan, Robert Lowell, Frank O'Conner, and William Carlos Williams.

Portraits of Porter Garnett [graphic]

Photographs show Grace V. Bird with Porter and Edna Garnett and their dogs, Porter Garnett at a desk, Porter Garnett at 2567 Buena Vista Way (Berkeley, Calif.), Porter Garnett and Dorothy Bent Lane (Mrs. Dayton Lane) in Washington D.C., and...

Portraits of Reginald H. Webster [graphic]

Portraits show Reginald H. Webster, graduate of University of California, class of 1877.

Portraits of Renée Levy and family [graphic]

Portraits include Renée Levy, Max Levy, Mrs. Levy, relatives and friends. Includes class pictures of school children from Lakeview and Durant schools.

Portraits of Robert Browning, Lewis Carroll and Charles Lamb [graphic]

Collection contains a postcard of a caricature of Lewis Carroll reproduced from Harry Furniss' "Some Victorian men", a photogravure portrait or Charles Lamb, and an original portrait sketch of Robert Browning, with a woman pictured over his shoulder.

Portraits of Robert F. Kennedy, Karl Menninger and William Claire Menninger from the Leonard J. Duhl papers [graphic].

Includes portraits of Robert F. Kennedy, Karl Menninger and William Claire Menninger, each signed by the sitter and inscribed to Leonard J. Duhl. Also includes group portrait of Robert F. Kennedy posing with unidentified individuals.

Portraits of Robert Frost and others [graphic].

Most portraits are of Robert Frost, but others show Louis Mertins, Blanche Rankin Eastman, and John Doughty.

Portraits of Samuel G. V#azquez [graphic]

Portraits as a young man, a revolutionary soldier, and later in life. Includes a portrait of Presidente F.I. Madero.

Portraits of Samuel P. Parkman and Pablo Parkman [graphic].

Studio portraits of American frontiersman and Mexican mining family patriarch Samuel Paul Pablo Parkman and Pablo Parkman of Guanajuato, Mexico.

Portraits of San Francisco's representative men [graphic]

Portraits of business leaders of 19th century San Francisco, removed from the book: Builders of a great city: San Francisco's representative men ... [by W.H. Murray]. According to the publication's preface, "merchants, manufacturers, bankers, railroad magnates and others" are included.

[Portraits of Sarah Winnemucca and other Paiutes].

Studio portraits of notable Paiutes, including author, activist and educator Sarah Winnemucca; her sister Elma Smith; Pancho, a scout who served for John C. Fremont; activist and reservation leader "Captain" Dave Numaga; and peacemaker Johnson Sides.

Portraits of Save the Redwoods League members [graphic].

Portraits of Save the Redwoods League members (mostly members of the governing body of the League): Wallace W. Atwood, Col. Charles B. Wing, Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, Dr. Fairfield Osborn, Henry Fairfield Osborn, Walter Mulford, Ralph P. Merritt, Elmer D....

Portraits of Sinclair Lewis [graphic]

Frontispiece portraits for a biography of Sinclair Lewis written by Mark Schorer.

[Portraits of Susie T. Hackett with her mother Francis A. Smith, and of an unidentified man].

Cased ambrotype depicts a child of approximately 2 years held by her mother, presumably Susie T. Hackett and Francis A. Smith, respectively. Cased daguerreotype depicts unidentified young man, perhaps Susie's father Williams Smith; or F.M. Hackett, the father of Susie's...

Portraits of the Bancroft family from the Philip Bancroft papers [graphic]

Views show a walnut tree at the Bancroft Fruit Farm; a snapshot of H.H. Bancroft, Philip Sr. and Philip Jr. on horseback; a group portrait of Lucy, Griffing, Paul, and Philip; friends of Bancroft in World War I; a Christmas...

Portraits of the Butler and Dunlap families [graphic]

Collection of studio portraits relating to the Dunlap and Butler families, an African American family (of Oakland, Calif.?) Includes studio portratis of men, women and children. Also includes a commemorative card photograph captioned "California tribute to the Nation's hero, Gen....

Portraits of the cast of the play "Mother lode" [graphic]

Professional photographs of theatrical production cast including Helen Gahagan, Mel Douglas, and Helen Freeman.

Portraits of the Juan Bautista Alvarado family [graphic]

Includes the portraits of Juan Bautista Alvarado's wife, Martina Castro Alvarado, and two of his daughters, Delphina Alvarado Carrick and Adelina Alvarado Tedford.

Portraits of the Parrott family [graphic] /

Bulk of portraits are of Mary Emilie Donahoe Parrott. Other subjects are: Abigail Eastman Meagher Parrott, Francis Cuthbert Parrott, Stephen Vincent Parrott, and Mrs. Joseph A. Parrott.

[Portraits of unidentified officer, Fort Wingate, New Mexico].

Studio portraits of unidentified officer in uniform: 1) full length, with plumed hat, trombone, braids across chest; 2) bust length, with cap.

Portraits of Vachel Lindsay [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Portraits of Warren E. Fenzi [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Portraits of William G. English and Elizabeth A. English [graphic].

Portraits of: 1. William Garrison English, 1859 and -- 2. Elizabeth Anderson English, 1864.

Portraits of women suffragists from the Anne Henrietta Martin papers [graphic].

Chiefly early-to-mid 20th century copy photographs of studio portraits of various women suffragists, many of whom were prominent in the movement. Includes some original snapshots of prominent individuals taken in Brighton, England, in 1910. Some original photographic portraits also present.

Portraits, photographs, sculptures and possessions of Phoebe Apperson Hearst : Santa Barbara, Calif. ms., 1982 Aug. 4.

Photocopies of photographs of portraits, interiors and tapestries; and bibliographical information.

Portraits used in Franklin Dickerson Walker's A literary history of southern California [graphic]

Mainly portraits, including photos of Jack London, Ina Coolbrith, Mary Austin, J. Ross Browne, Charles Lummis, George Wharton James, Bret Harte, and others; also one caricature.

Portugal : miscellaneous letters and documents.

Single items, catalogued separately. Sources noted on folders. Search under title: Portugal: miscellaneous letters and documents.

Portugal. Embaixada (Austria) Letters of an ambassador to Vienna, 1760 June 8 - 1769 Aug. 17.

Copies of official letters of unnamed ambassador to Vienna, commenting on European politics, battles, and religion, especially the Jesuit question.

Posada (José Guadalupe) Chapbook Collection

Cuadernillos (chapbooks), chiefly published by the press of Antonio Vanegas Arroyo, featuring prints made from engravings by José Guadalupe Posada, who was the head artist of the press.

Posada (José Guadalupe) Collection of works published by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo

Mexican chapbooks, broadsides, single-fold pamphlets, handbills and other printed ephemera, chiefly issued by Mexico City's leading penny press publisher, Antonio Vanegas Arroyo. Most are illustrated, by José Guadalupe Posada.

Posey Tube technical drawings, 1924 October.

48 technical blueprints (sheets 1-25B, 26A-46, 51) covering numerous aspects of the construction of an underwater vehicular tunnel between the cities of Oakland and Alameda, California.

Posner, Russell Maximilian. Collection relating primarily to politics in California, 1859-1932 (bulk 1923-1932).

Democratic National Committee correspondence, 1931-1932, relating to California presidential primary of May 8, 1932.

Post offices of California and neighboring states [graphic]

Post offices, with views of other buildings and public.

Post-Apollo Press records, 1979-2014.

The Post-Apollo Press records include correspondence, administrative records, materials related to Etel Adnan, and project files. Correspondence is incoming and outgoing, personal and professional; correspondents include bookstores, distributors, other publishers, and writers. There are also some board minutes from the...

Postcard collection, chiefly of California scenes [graphic].

Includes many views from California and other locales in the American West. Also present are some views in Europe and in other American locations. Box 1: 2 scrapbooks of postcards and greeting cards -- Box 2: 2 scrapbooks of postcards...

Postcard collection of California views [graphic]

Photographs show various California landscapes, towns, and scenes. Locations include the Yuba river, Emigrant Gap, Donner Lake, other Sierra Nevada views, Nevada City (elementary school, business district, etc.), Grass Valley (Main street, Church street, the Empire mine, Central Mine, Golden...

Postcard collection of the Layfayette Historical Society [graphic]

Postcards show views in and around Lafayette, Calif., including buildings (businesses, school, train station, post office), streets, the interior of a pioneer store, a blacksmith and workers harvesting hay.

Postcard miscellany [graphic].

Title supplied by cataloger.

Postcard reproductions of early San Francisco and Oakland views [graphic]

Postcards reproduce early views of street scenes, buidings, etc. in Oakland and San Francisco, Calif.

Postcard scenes of California [graphic]

Postcards show the M.E. church in Exeter, the Foote residence at the North Star Mine (Grass Valley), sawmill at Hobart Mills, the Palm Saloon in Rocklin, the Weaverville stage coach at Redding, and a wreck of same. (Stagecoach scenes are...

Postcard Views of California Towns

Postcards picturing streets, buildings, people, agricultural fairs, and general scenes in various Northern California towns.

Postcard views of California towns [graphic].

Collection of postcards shows streets, buildings, people, agricultural fairs, and general scenes in various Northern California towns including: Orland, Sebastopol, Monte Rio, Guerneville, Jenner, Susanville, Santa Rosa, Willows, Colfax, Dunsmuir, Weed, Red Bluff, Chico, Lassen Peak area, Quincy, Oroville, Lodi,...

Postcards of Alaska and San Francisco, Calif. [graphic]

San Francisco views include Cliff House, the Presidio, the business district, and two restaurants: Cafe Odeon and The Louvre. Also included are portraits of Alaskan Eskimos and Alaskan scenery from Sitka, the Bering Sea, and views of a log cabin...

Postcards of Augusto C. Sandino related to the Civil War of 1926 [graphic]

Postcards show heros (group portraits) and scenes from the war. Many show Augusto C. Sandino.

Postcards of California, Oregon, and Washington

Postcards of scenes in various California, Oregon, and Washington locales. Scenic landscapes and tourist attractions predominate.

Postcards of California, Oregon, and Washington [graphic].

Postcards of attractions, landscapes, and buildings in various locales in California, Oregon, and Washington states. Included are the University of California at Berkeley, the Panama Pacific International Exposition, Big Basin Redwoods State Park, giant sequoia groves including Kings Canyon National...

[Postcards of Chinese in San Francisco].

Commercial postcards depicting Chinese in traditional attire, taken chiefly in San Francisco's Chinatown. Subjects include portraits of children, families and other groups; merchants; an outing to Sutro Heights; and a Tong parade.

Postcards of early California scenes [graphic]

Contains views of Nevada City (1856), including the Union Hotel (1880's), Boston Ravine (1852), the toll bridge at Edward's Crossing (1880's), and the Lola Montez House in Grass Valley (1880's).

Postcards of Mexico [graphic]

Includes scenic views, cities and towns, antiquities, interior and exterior views of churches, public buildings, hotels, and other structures. Locales represented by several images include Acapulco, Puebla, Teotihuacan, Taxco, and Alamos.

Poster miscellany of the 1960's and 1970's [graphic]

Includes posters of politics, social protest, music and popular culture, chiefly from Berkeley and the San Francisco Bay Area. Especially well-represented are Berkeley politics, Vietnam resistance, environmentalism, women's liberation, and Central American politics. Some Cuban posters produced by OSPAAL present.

Poster stamp album from the Panama Pacific International Exposition [graphic]

Charles Leonard Lathrop, Lathrop describes these stamps as advertising or premiums given out by exhibitors at the fair, which he collected when visiting as a child.

[Posters from the Michael Mikel collection of Burning Man materials].

Chiefly official promotional posters for the festival. Also includes inkjet prints of photographic images, posters pertaining to related topics (1998 Burning Man film festival at Roxie Cinema, S.F.; 2003 film Confession of a Burning Man; 1999 annual Swim-Whim: Swim-Swam at...

Posters related to the State of California [graphic]

Includes a poster of (Frank Finley) Merriam saving the state from parade of radicals and one of the Community Chest.

Postkartenserie Kunst im KZ Auschwitz [graphic].

nr. 1. "Erledigt" (1943) / Mieczyslaw Kościelniak -- nr. 2. "Portrait des Häftlings Paul Zur" (1942) / Wincenty Gawron -- nr. 3. "Eine Schüssel Suppe" (1946) / Jerzy Adam Brandhuber -- nr. 4. "Appell" (1946) / Jerzy Adam Brandhuber --...

Potter Harness Company daybooks, [1910 Mar. 1 - 1915 June 8]

Records of sales and repairs of harness and other leather goods.

Powers, Stephen Letters to John Wesley Powell : transcripts, 1875-1876.

Transcripts of letters to Powell, director of the 2nd Division of the U.S. Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories. Relate to his efforts to interest the U.S. government in publishing his manuscript on California Indians.

Practicing law with the McCutchen law firm since 1930 : oral history transcript / 1995.

Enersen discusses his family background, education at Carlton College and Harvard Law School, and the McCutcheon firm after 1930; appended to the transcript is a 90 p. History of the firm by Enersen, and other material about the firm.

Pratt (Haraden) Papers

Consisting of correspondence and related papers, includes letters to and from Pratt, notes, articles and other printed materials, and photographs. The papers include correspondence relating to his researches into the history of wireless and early radio, his early work in...

Pray (Family [Photographs from the Reuel Ford Pray family papers].

Volume 1: album of professional photographs taken in 1915 by Peter Julian Thompson documenting the operations of the Red River Lumber Company and scenes of Westwood, Calif., including various logging activities (logging camp, laying railroad tracks, falling trees, railroad transport...

Précis de La Défense de Valenciennes, Assiegée, en 1793, par L'Armée combinée d'Autriche & D'Angleterre, sous les ordres du Duc D'Yorck [sic] & du Prince de Cobourg : Paris : ms., 1805.

Manuscript copy of published work. An account by the French general of the siege of Valenciennes by the British and Austrian armies in 1793.

Premature Anti-Fascists: The Abraham Lincoln Brigade: and related papers, 1957.

A copy of Friedheim's Master's thesis (Columbia University, Faculty of Political Science) and a compilation of photocopies of various magazine and newspaper articles relating to the Brigade, entitled The Abraham Lincoln Brigade in the Media.

Prentiss & Diggs letters : Orland, Calif. : ms., 1890 Aug. 21-1896 June 23.

Letterpress book for hardware store of Charles Frederick Prentiss and Marshall Diggs (later, Thomson - Diggs Co. of Sacramento)

Presbyterian Church in Chinatown, San Francisco, Historical Documentation Project photographs [graphic].

Received with the Presbyterian Church in Chinatown, San Francisco, Historical Documentation Project records (BANC MSS 2005/174)

Presbyterian Church in Chinatown, San Francisco, Historical Documentation Project Records

The Historical Documentation Project (HDoc) materials spanning the dates of 1848 to 2004 were donated by Presbyterian Church in Chinatown (PCC), San Francisco, pastors, officers, and members. They contain the background information and records of the project; All-Church records; papers...

President Harrison's visit to Los Angeles, and other views [graphic]

Assorted professional views, some of San Francisco taken by Taber, including cityscapes and the Palace Hotel carriage courtyard. Several related to President Harrison's visit to Los Angeles including view of Harrison's room at Hollenbeck. Some of "Royal Gorge, Grand Canyon,...

President, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma counties, 1975-1976 : oral history transcript / 1996.

Frances Green discusses her early years, marriage and children, and various volunteer and public service activities in the San Francisco Bay Area, especially the Jewish Community Federation, of which she was President 1975-1976.

President, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, 1979-1980 : oral history transcript / 1995.

Jerome Braun discusses his family background and education at Stanford University Law School; his move to San Francisco, and involvement in Jewish Community Federation activities in the Bay area.

President, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma counties, 1983-1984 : oral history transcript / 1996.

Family background, Octrup, Germany; effect of Nazi edicts: move to Borculo, Holland, Westerbork Transit Camp, Birkenau, Auschwitz, Warsaw Ghetto, Dachau death camps; liberation, 1945; arrival in San Francisco, 1950; real estate business; marriage to Fern Ellis, 1957; president of Jewish...

President, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma counties, 1984-1986 : oral history transcript / 1998.

Family life, Tucson, father's activities on behalf of Israel; University of California, Berkeley M.B.A., 1959; marriage to Barbara Kassner; starts real estate firm specializing in rehabilitation and preservation; president, Jewish Family Service Agency, and vice president and co-founder, National Assn....

President, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, 1988-1990 : oral history transcript / 2002.

Family background, St. Louis, MO and San Diego, CA, Depression years; marriage to Harold Dobbs, 1941, five children, assisting his political campaigns, Mel's Drive-Ins; federation's women's division president, 1972-1974; San Francisco-based Jewish Community Federation: campaign chairman, 1978, involvement with Israel,...

President, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma counties, 1990-1992 : oral history transcript / 1998.

San Francisco background; MBA, UC Berkeley; marriage to Ruth Fredkin; establishes Seiler and Co., CPAs, in San Francisco and the Peninsula; vice president, Belmont Jewish Community Center, president Temple Beth Am; board, United Jewish Community Centers; Jewish Community Federation: campaign...

President, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma counties, 1994-1996 : oral history transcript / 1998.

Family background, and business career with Levison Brothers Insurance Brokerage; president, Jewish Home for the Aged, 1991-1993; San Francisco-based Jewish Community Federation: committee assignments, 1971 Lloyd W. Dinkelspiel Memorial Award, 1975 campaign chairman; federation president: changes implemented, reflections on presidency,...

President, Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, 1996-1998 : oral history transcript / 2002.

Family background, Wheeling, West Virginia; education at Kenyon College and University of Chicago; to San Francisco, 1969, and career in mortgage and investment banking, Huret, Rothenberg & Co.; Governor Jerry Brown's secretary of business and transportation, 1977; San Francisco-based Jewish...

President, Jewish Comunity Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties, 1992-1994 : oral history transcript / 2001.

Family and schooling, Chicago and Los Angeles, UCLA, UC Berkeley; marriage to Richard Swig, 1950; San Francisco-based Jewish Community Federation: board member and president of Jewish Vocational Service, Women's Division (president, 1970-1972), Federation campaign chair, 1984, president, 1992-1994; discusses disputes...

Preston family correspondence and information about Preston Point, Tomales Bay, Calif. : ALS, typescript, 1861-1864, 1989.

Collection contains a letter from James McCowan Preston to his sister, Nov. 16, 1861 (6 p.); a letter from Mary E. Porter to Robert J. Preston, Oct. 3, 1864 (3 p.); photographs of the Preston house; and information about the...

Preston Hotchkis papers, circa 1931-1975.

Subject files and correspondence concerning his activities and interests in Los Angeles business and political and governmental affairs.

Priestley, Herbert Ingram Correspondence concerning the Botica general de los remedios esperimentodos : Sonoma, 1935 /

Letters from R.O. Schad, Huntington Library, and H.R. Wagner, concerning the "Botica general," an item missing from the Bancroft Library.

Priestley, Herbert Ingram Photographs relating to José de Gálvez [graphic]

Includes photographic copies of paintings, portraits, and other graphic material related to Jose de Galvez. Images are likely to have been research material for Priestley's work: Jose de Galvez, visitor-general of New Spain.

Primer libro de visita del yllmo. sor. Dr. Don Carlos Maria Colina ... : Chiapas, Mexico : ms., 1855-1874.

Copies of records of parish visits made by two bishops of Chiapas - the general visit of Carlos María Colina y Rubio, 1855-1856, to the parishes of Tuxtla Chico, Tapachula, Escuintla, Tonalá and Zintalapa; and the visits of Germán Ascensión...

Primer [y tercer] quaderno de los titulos de la hazienda de S[an]ta Anna Atoyasolc, que posee el S[en]or D. Fran[cis]co Matheo de Luna Cavallero del Orden de Calatraua, Cont[ad]or jubilado de la Real Aud[ienci]a y Tribunal de Quantas de este reyno : [Mexico] : ms., [1582-1721].

Contains the legal documents of the Hacienda de Santa Ana Atoyasolc, including land transfers, wills, and legal decisions of the lower and audiencia courts. Land transfers were mostly with the Indians, some at public auctions announced in both Spanish and...

Prindle family photographs from the Mokelumne Hill papers [graphic]

Includes William Newhall family and and S.L. Prindle family portraits, snapshots, and views of houses, buildings and reservoirs at Mokelumne Hill, McCarty Ranch, Buena Vista Ranch, and the lumber mill and boarding house at Newhall, Washington (later named Rosario, on...

Pringle Family Papers

The Pringle Family Papers, 1803-1961, consist primarily of correspondence of the extended families of Edward J. Pringle (1826-1899) and his wife, Cornelia C. Johnson Pringle, of San Francisco, California. Edward was the son of William Bull Pringle (1800-1881) and Mary...

Print, politics and public service : oral history transcript : a life in San Francisco Bay Area newspapers, the Democratic party, and California government commissions / 2003.

Family background, childhood, education in San Francisco Bay Area; Navy ROTC at Bates College and Holy Cross, post-World War II duty in the Pacific; Yale University, B.A. 1947; newspaper publishing in the communities of Sunnyvale, Gilroy, Los Gatos, Saratoga, Mountain...

Printed views of San Francisco earthquake and fire devastation [graphic]

Views show 1906 earthquake damage in San Francisco, Oakland, and at Stanford University.

A printed word has its own measure : oral history transcript / and related material, 1968-1969.

Establishment of Greenwood Press in San Mateo and later in San Francisco; study in Italy; teaching at Carnegie Institute of Technology and establishment of New Laboratory Press; work at Stanford University Press; comments on his brother, Frank Stauffacher, Jr., the...

Printing and book designing : oral history transcript / 1965-1966.

Experiences as conscientious objector, World War II; establishment of the Interplayers, repertory theater in San Francisco; career in fine printing and book designing; work with University of California Press; Book Club of California; printers in the Bay Area. Photographs inserted.

Printing ephemera from Book Club of California and San Francisco printers [graphic]

Collection includes printed portraits of Simon Greenleaf, Sir William Blackstone, Chief Justice E.A. White, and J. Mau[lace?]; a city scene; and a photographic reproduction of a cartoon by Jos Rophael.

Prints and a Christmas card [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Prints and greeting cards [graphic]

Items included in "1946 from the Sotomayor's portfolio" captioned: Merry Christmas 3 Le Roy Place. San Francisco -- April, visit to Washington D.C. -- July, St. Francis Hospital -- September, convalescing in Carmel. Other items include a linocut bearing text...

Prints and/or transcripts of documents concerning California and Mexico

Documents relating to the filibustering activities of Raousset-Boulbon (1852-1853); Henry A. Crabb (1857); defense of Veracruz and the Gulf Coast against English attack (18th century); administrative and foreign affairs of Upper California, 1830-1846. Many of these documents are described in...

Prints by Valenti Angelo [graphic]

Prints titled: Rooster for John and Lynda -- Dancer -- Cactus Plant.

Prints, drawings and posters from the Frank Rowe papers [graphic].

Includes original prints, drawings and posters. Subjects and themes of many works allude to freedom of expression, civil liberties, civil rights, McCarthyism, contemporary United States politics, the Levering Oath (i.e. the Californka Loyalty Oath), Nazi Germany, the Paris Commune, labor,...

Prints from the California gold rush period [graphic].

Uncaptioned prints, possibly proofs, of California landscapes, mostly featuring towns and mining camps. 1: Pine Log Crossing mining camp -- 2: cave on river -- 3: "California" lithograph of mining scene at base of hill, trimmed from a pictorial lettersheet...

Prints from the Roger Levenson papers [graphic]

1: Cartoon of a printing press with human legs and whip in hand captioned: The man wots got the whip hand..., published May 30, 1820 by T. [Thomas] McLean, 26 Haymarket [London] -- 2: Photogravure portrait of printer John Baskerville...

Prints [graphic] /

Prints titled: "Plants" and "Cypress."

Prints [graphic] /

Prints show flowers, female figures, a farm house, and abstract scenes.

Prints of a Chinese American mother and child [graphic] : Wind on the lake [and] The Vertical Horizon /

Title supplied by cataloger. Each print titled, signed and noted as artist's proofs.

Prints of San Francisco, Sacramento, San Jose and Monterey [graphic]

Views show San Francisco streets, buildings, and general views. Also includes a view of Sacramento and one of Monterey.

Prints relating to Paiute Indians [graphic]

Views depict two people in front of a hut, and an Indian woman with a baby in a papoose.

Prints relating to the Unemployed Cooperative Relief Association, Los Angeles, California [graphic]

Prints captioned: Quilt making, Unit #36, West Los Angeles, Calif. -- Unit #19, Los Angeles, Calif. -- "Chris," C.M. Christofferson, former chairman, UCRA, Los Angeles, Calif.

Prisoner portraits [graphic].

Stereographic mug shot portraits of thieves and murderers, many of whom were executed at San Quentin Prison. Each subject and his crime is identified within the photograph or on a printed label. Includes one view of the exterior of the...

Private and state forestry in California, 1917-1960 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1966-1968.

Service as executive secretary California Forest Protective Association; fire control problems; California state labor camps and CCC; head of State Board of Forestry; difficulties over State Forester Merritt B. Pratt; subsequent career in lumber industry. Photographs inserted. Appended photocopies of...

Private letter book, San Francisco, 1858 Feb. 19 - 1859 Jan. 19.

Letterpress copies of personal letters written to family and friends describing activities and social life in the city, his trips in the state, etc. Included also are copies of a few business letters, relating to Edward Bosqui's real estate interests,...

Private memorandums - extracts - remarks ... commenced at St. Helena 24th October 1821 : ms.S.

Reminiscences of a British officer, interspersed with copies of the following: orders for officers on the island, letters and reports dealing with the illness, death and autopsy of Napoleon, records of court martials, correspondence between Count Bertrand and Sir Hudson...

Prize winning etchings from the California Society of Etchers [graphic]

Etchings show a gateway at the San Diego Panama-California Exposition, a Los Angeles street scene and church (also known as Plaza Church) titled "Our Lady Queen of the Angels," and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

Proceedings at the Annual General Court of Proprietors of Bolaños Mining Company : London, 1827-1845.

Reports of the directors on the business operations of the company in the Bolaños mining district, situated between Guadalajara and Zacatecas.

Proceedings before Honorable M.C. Sloss, arbitrator for the port of San Francisco, Gordon S. Watkins, arbitrator for the port of Los Angeles, Harry Hazel, arbitrator for the port of Seattle under the award of the National longshoremen's board, dated October 12, 1934 ... and the arbitrator's award : San Francisco, etc., 1935-36.

Contents. -[v.1] Dispatching and hiring of longshoremen. San Francisco, Jan. 1935. - [v.2] Stoppage of work. San Francisco, March, 1935. - [v.3] Definition of "longshore work," California and Hawaiian sugar refining corporation at Crockett. San Francisco, May 1935. -[v.4] "Hot...

Proceedings before the National longshoremen's board in the Pacific coast longshoremen's strike, 1934 : San Francisco, 1934.

Contents. - [v.1] Proceedings, San Francisco, July 9-11, 1934. 3 pts. in 1 v.; [v.2-6] Proceedings to arbitrate controversies between Waterfront employers and International longshoremen's association, Local 38. 28 pts. in 5 v. comprising v.2-3, Hearings at San Francisco, Aug....

Proceedings of conference between the executive committee and committee from the Call and Bulletin chapels : ms., 1886 Mar. 9.

Incomplete minutes of conference about admitting workers on the Call and Bulletin to membership in the union.

Proceedings of the California Governor's Investigating Committee on Penal Affairs, 1943 Dec. 4 - 1944 Jan. 18.

Transcript of proceedings: v.1-5, Folsom Prison; v. 6-7, San Quentin; v.8, Whittier State School for Boys; v.9, Ventura School for Girls; v.10, San Quentin; v.11, California Institute for Women at Tehachapi; v.12, California Institute for Men at Chino; v.13, Preston...

Proceedings of the second biennial convention of the National Union of Marine Cooks and Stewards : San Francisco : typescript, 1947 May 5-9.

BANC; BANC MSS 2004/179 c: Transfered from the Labor Union Coll. of the Graduate Social Sciences Library via the Business School Library in Stevens Hall in 1993.

Proceso de Diego Velázquez, boticario, contra Hernando Cortés, Marqués del Valle, sobre las medicinas, 1534.

A negative microfilm of a loose document found in Archivo General de la Nación, Mexico, Criminal, tomo 30, by L.B. Simpson, 1934.

Proceso y causa criminal contra los reos Fernando Maximiliano de Hapsburgo y sus generales Miguel Miramón y Tomás, Mejía por delitos contra el orden y la paz publica : Queretaro, Mexico, 1867.

Handwritten transcriptions of the prosecution, trial, sentence, and execution of Maximilian and the generals of his Imperial army in 1867. Includes one letter describing the delivery of prisoners, one letter signed by Miguel Miramon, an order of examination, the declarations...

Processed world records, 1981-1997.

Drafts and paste-ups of issues, correspondence, submissions, graphics, sales, meeting minutes, and other files. Also includes some materials relating to the publication's contentious relationship with Berkeley lawyer Bob Black.

Procession of the miners of '49 on the 4th of July, 1871 [graphic]

Photographs show two different views of a parade of former gold rush miners in San Francisco, Calif.

Production and account ledger : ms., 1865-1886.

Ledger containing handwritten account information for the New Almaden Quicksilver Mines located near San Jose, Calif. The information consists of undetermined measurements (probably tons) of tierras and/or ore production, metal and tepetate hoisted, and materials consumed from various shafts (including...

Production materials for Mad River: hard times in Humboldt County, 1979-1982.

Narrations; transcripts and partial transcripts of some interviews; production materials (voice overs, camera logs) for the documentary videorecording about the closing of the Mad River Plywood mill, owned by Simpson Timber Company, in Humboldt County, California.

Professor and government official: Russia, China and California : oral history transcript / and related material, 1966.

Life in pre-revolutionary Russia; experiences during revolution and civil war; life in Harbin, China, as professor and official of Chinese Eastern Railway; emigration to U.S., 1941. Photographs inserted. Also included: photocopies of articles written by him, bibliography, curriculum vitae, etc.

Professor of American intellectual history, University of California, Berkeley, 1952-1980 : oral history transcript / 1999.

Family, youth, and public school education in Berkeley; undergraduate years at University of California, social life and radical politics on campus, 1933-1937; graduate study in American history at Harvard University, 1937-1941: friendships, mentors, marriage, attitudes toward communism and the war...

Professor of Japanese history, University of California, Berkeley, 1946-1977 : oral history transcript / 2000.

Family and boyhood in Kansas and southern California; teaching in Japan, 1932-1938: observations of Japanese culture, religion, and militarism; graduate studies in history, Stanford and Harvard; World War II service as naval intelligence officer, Pearl Harbor, 1940-1945; professor, Department of...

Professor of Russian and European intellectual history, University of California, Berkeley, 1957-1997 : oral history transcript / 1998.

Recollections of family and education in Russian emigré communities of Harbin and Tientsin, China; emigration to United States, 1938, education at University of Oregon, Harvard, and Oxford, as Rhodes Scholar; World War II service; teaching at State University of Iowa...

Professor, vice chancellor, dean, vice president, athletic director, advisor, trustee, University of California, 1957-2002 : oral history transcript / 2002.

Family background and childhood in North Dakota; University of Minnesota, 1945-1954, B.S.L., J.D., Ph. D; professor of economics, St. Louis University, 1955-57; University of California, Berkeley: Institute of Industrial Relations; Schools of Business, School of Education; executive vice chancellor, 1965-69;...

Profiles of birds [graphic]

[1] Ptarmigan, signed Allan Brooks. Ink wash and Chinese white on paper. 20th century -- [2] Solitary Thrush (or possibly Dwarf Hermit Thrush), signed Allan Brooks. Ink wash and Chinese white on paper. 20th century -- [3] Sialia Mexicana Swainson:...

Progetti di costruzione di una Arcadia : Florence, Italy : mss., 1804.

Architectural drawings for a proposed building, presented to the Accademia delle Belle Arti in Florence. Drafts of Benini's letters to the academy included.

Project FIND in Santa Cruz County [graphic] : photographic materials.

Photographs show elderly residents at home and engaged in various activities in Santa Cruz county, California.

Promissory note to J.P. Haven : San Francisco : ADS, 1854 Aug. 26.

Endorsed on verso by J.P. Haven and E.V. Joice, notary public, and attached to official protest for non-payment, Sept. 28, 1856.

Promissory notes, 1860 and 1869.

From Los Angeles and Nevada City.

Promissory notes to Leander Sawyer : San Francisco, 1854-1855.

Includes promissory note to Nathan P. Hopkins, 1855.

Promotional artwork for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, Calif. [graphic].

Collection contains promotional and other artwork and photographs relating to Panama Pacific International Exposition which took place in San Francisco, Calif. in 1915. Includes a ground plan for the fair and an artist's rendition of a bird's eye view of...

Promotional photos of automobiles [graphic]

Photographs show men and women in fine dress posing with the following types of cars: Buick, Columbia, Daniels, Ford, Kissel Kar, Rickenbacker, Studebaker, Stutz Bearcat Velie, Witly's Knight, etc. Location unidentified.

Promotional publications of the museum and library of the Hispanic Society of America, New York [graphic]

Publications contain information about the hours, location, and history of the Hispanic Society of America, a publication list, and other miscellaneous information. Also contains descriptions of art objects held by the museum accompanied by photographic reproductions. Various forms of art...

Proofs and prologue by Joseph Sullivan for Biobooks presents Stephen C. Massett in the first California troubadour, [1954]

Collection contains proofs for "Biobooks presents Stephen C. Massett in the first California troubadour", including both proof and manuscript of the book's prologue by Joseph A. Sullivan, song title pages, advertising for Massett music, a photographic reproduction of a letter...

Prospector, geologist, public resource advocate : oral history transcript : Carlin Mine discovery, 1961 : Nevada gold rush, 1970s / 2000.

Livermore family in California from 1850, Montesol Ranch, Redington Oat Hill quicksilver mines; education: Miss Paul's School, San Francisco, Thacher School, Ojai, CA, Stanford and early training in Alaska; WWII experiences: USGS Strategic Minerals Program, Navy Civil Engineering Corps; geologist,...

Protean Press Archive

The Protean Press Archive, 1970-2007, documents the work of a one-woman fine art press founded in San Francisco, California in 1982 by Terry Horrigan. The collection includes materials from all stages of printing, including research materials, design work, correspondence with...

Protest of the citizens of Mexico City : Mexico City, 1 Dec. 25.

Printed forms, with many signatures, protesting new legislation prohibiting religious instruction in the schools.

Protests against the Living Theatre arrests of 1970, San Francisco, California [graphic]

Photos depict San Francisco street protests (some including Allen Ginsberg and Michael McClure) and theatrical performances relating to the Living Theatre arrests in Brazil.

Providence Mine views taken November 13, 1904 [graphic]

Views of mine buildings and surrounding area on the north fork of the Tuolumne River. Scenes depict miner's cabins, office buildings, sawmill and timber property, and the surrounding countryside. Some pictures include E.A. Wiltsee, mining engineer, and Archie Scott, superintendent.

Provincial records, 1775-1822.

Part of Archives of California, extracts and copies of documents (273 volumes and loose papers) assembled in the U.S. Surveyor General's Office, San Francisco. Made for H.H. Bancroft by and under the direction of Thomas Savage, 1876-1877. Originals destroyed, 1906.

Provincial state papers : Benicia, Military, 1767-1845.

Part of Archives of California, extracts and copies of documents (273 v. and loose papers) assembled in the U.S. Surveyor General's Office, San Francisco. Made for H.H. Bancroft by and under the direction of Thomas Savage, 1876-1877. Originals destroyed, 1906.

Provincial state papers, 1767-1822.

Part of Archives of California, extracts and copies of documents (273 v. and loose papers) assembled in the U.S. Surveyor General's Office, San Francisco. Made for H.H. Bancroft by, and under the direction of, Thomas Savage, 1876-1877. Originals destroyed, 1906.

Proyecto de un puerto en la Bahía de Samborombón, Buenos Aires, [ca. 1900-1910].

Copies of correspondence and reports, pamphlets, drawings, etc., presumably from the files of Arturo Castaño, engineer and representative of the Port Argentine Great Central Railways Company, Ltd. Concerning the proposed port on Samborombón Bay.

[Prusso's Forest Inn, Lake Tahoe postcards].

Real photograph postcards depicting interior and exterior of inn.

[Psychedelic posters by East Totem West and other publishers].

Chiefly psychedelic designs with references to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Indian mythology, etc. Other posters refer to various political, social and religious topics.

Psychedelic Promotional Handbills for San Francisco Rock Concerts Collection

Collection of promotional mailers for rock and popular music concerts in San Francisco, chiefly from the late 1960s.

Public administration and public welfare : oral history transcript / and related material, 1965.

Mainly recollections of career in public welfare and public administration with state governments, private agencies, the federal government in the depression relief programs and the Social Security Board, and with the Council of State Governments. Photographs, inserted.

Public Dance Hall Committee records, 1918-1950.

Correspondence, agenda, minutes, reports, accounts and miscellaneous papers.

Public health figures in California [graphic].

Includes portraits of Dr. William Peacey Shepard, Medical Director of Metropolitan Life Insurance; Dr. Malcolm Hendricks Merrill, Director of Public Health, State of California; Dr. Dwight Wilbur [?], Dean, Stanford Medical School; Charles Johnston Hitch [?], President, University of California;...

Public health history of California [videorecording]

Oral history dvds from 17 persons important in the recent history of the California Department of Public Health. Interviews were conducted between 1986 and 2007.

Public health pioneer, criminologist, reformer, ethicist and humanitarian : oral history transcript / 1997.

Early years in Ohio, 1929-1945; Ohio State University, University of Chicago, and medical school at Ohio State; early civil rights work; Center on Alcoholism (Alameda County) and the 1964 Supreme Court decision re public employees; campaigning for Congress in 1962;...

Public school register : Goodyear's Bar, California : ms.S, 1890-1894.

Contains attendance records, abstracts of monthly summaries and list of visitors.

Public Works Administration photographs [graphic]

Photographs of PWA activities in California: primarily of bridge construction and stream bed clearance in San Leandro, but also including the PWA CWA Orchestra, and women sewing for the Red Cross. Includes aerial views.

Publicity material concerning isolationist and interventionist pressure groups, 1939-1941.

Leaflets, clippings and other items from the Berkeley Chapter of the Committee to Defend America by Aiding the Allies, local Communist and Socialist young peoples' groups and others.

Publicity photographs from the Gantner and Mattern Co., San Francisco records [graphic].

Primarily studio photos of models (in many cases Hollywood starlets) wearing bathing suits and other types of clothing from the publicity department of the company. In addition, window display photos and views of the Gantner and Mattern factory and offices...

A publisher's career with the University of California Press, the Sierra Club, and the California Native Plant Society : oral history transcript / 2001.

Background in Idaho and Oregon, education at Stanford University; early jobs, UC Berkeley librarianship degree, 1937; marriage, library work in Sacramento; University of California Press: 1940s, under Sam Farquhar, early mandate; under Frugé, Editorial Committee meetings, sponsoring editors, new directions,...

Publishing and politics in California : oral history transcript / and related material, 1959-1961.

Recollections of early life in Sonoma, Calif.; newspaper publishing in Sonoma and Sebastopol; work on the San Francisco Morning Journal; Friend W. Richardson's gubernatorial campaign; work as governor's executive secretary; return to publishing in San Rafael; interests in Golden Gate...

Pueblo archives of San José, California, 1797-1850.

Records of El Pueblo de San José de Guadalupe and the early town of San José, California.

Pueblo Indian photographs [graphic]

:1 [Occu]pation Study-- The Little Wood Vendor (identified by dealer as Wood-vendors. Hillside Avenue, Santa Fe) [man with four loaded burros at side of road, next to house] -- :2 Pottery Vendors. Pueblo of Santa Clara [standing next to outdoor...

Puget Sound : Tacoma, Washington, 1878 and 1884.

Volume 1 - dictation recorded by Amos Bowman at Tacoma, June 5, 1878. volume 2 - letter, Jan. 25, 1884, to Mrs. F.F. Victor. Chiefly concerning steam navigation on Puget Sound, 1854-1884. Notes on express and steamboat service in Washington...

Pull my daisy [graphic] : promotional photographs and stills from the motion picture.

14 press prints by John Cohen and 6 additional press prints made from Pull My Daisy film footage. Individuals pictured are Dick Bellamy, David Amram, Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, Larry Rivers, Jack Kerouac, Delphine Seyrig, Denise Parker, Alice Neel, Alfred...

Punk rock 45s from the San Francisco Bay Area punk fliers and posters collection [sound recordings] /

Discs by Snakefinger, Crass, Jesus & Mary Chain, the Fall, Flipper, Iggy Pop with James Williamson, Dead Kennedys, Gang of Four, Flying Lizards, Mingo 2000, Brïngdöwnzz, Eye Protection; samplers from Recommended Records and Bananfish magazine.

Put on your red dress mama [graphic].

Photographs depict several drag queens dressing for and posing at a red dress party in San Francisco. Photographs and captions place a humorous emphasis on women's clothing and feminine behavior.

Putnam family letters, [1852-1876]

Mainly written to Walter Tell Putnam in California, including letter by his mother Sarah, describing her voyage to England in 1857. A Putnam family genealogy included.