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B. B Dill collection, circa 1917

Educational Survey of El Dorado County. Mimeograph report, mainly about a school system in northern California, and related newspaper clippings, ca. 1917. Deaccession?

B. Neil & Company account book at Fort Crook.

B. Neil & Company account book of Fort Crook, a California military postin the Fall River Valley of Shasta County.

B. Stephen Strong photographs of Native American peoples in Alaska.

Chiefly snapshot portraits of Native Americans from Alaska, many of them apparently relatives, friends and/or associates of Strong.

B. (Steve) collection of personal advertisement responses

A collection of approximately 130 letters from around 90 different women, all written to one southern California man, Steve B., in response to personal ads he placed in the , , and international pen-pal services in the early 1990s. Most...

A. B. Thompson letter to F. D. Atherton, Esq., 1853 December 15.

Holograph letter signed by A. B. Thompson in San Francisco, [California] to F. D. Atherton, Esq. in Valpariso about difficulties with regard to a property claim which may be solved by Atherton's testimony. The letter asks Atherton to verify certain...

B. Traven Collection

Although Herbert and Mina Klein worked together closely on many of the projects described in the collection, almost all of the correspondence and notes are by Herbert Klein, who also seems to have assembled the original files. For simplicity's sake,...

B. Ward letter, 1868 April 8

One letter (ALS) to Jonas Huddle, reflecting on the character of local "Yankie" (sic) residents. Cheyenne City, Dakota Territory, 8 Apr. 1868.

B-24 Ferry Command Logbook Digital Only Collection

4 Logbooks about the B-24s which have been sold to England.

B.A. Ogden papers, 1903-1932.

Papers relating to graphite mining in northern Mexico (Sonora). Include correspondence, a ledger book, financial documents, and contracts.

Baade (Fritz) memoranda

Relates to letters of appeal from Reinhold Mayer, minister president of Baden-Württemberg, to Lucius D. Clay, United States High Commissioner for Germany, protesting Allied industrial dismantling in Germany.

Baade (Walter) Papers

The collection consists of research files and notes related to the study of supernovae, RR Lyrae stars, star populations, galaxies (including the Andromeda Galaxy), and various novae by German-born astronomer Wilhelm Heinrich Walter Baade (1893-1960), who joined the staff...

Baars (Keli) Collection

The Keli Baars Collection (1982-2000; undated) contains two boxes of notebooks, textbooks, manuals, homework, guides, reports, and other materials belonging to Keli Baars and relate to her training and career as an electrician. A majority of the collection consists of...

Baarslag (Karl) papers

Writings, reports, memoranda, letters, pamphlets, and other printed matter relating to international communism, communism in the United States, communism in maritime unions, and internal security activities of the Office of Naval Intelligence during World War II.

Babb (Charles H.) Personal Papers

This collection contains correspondence, prototypes, blueprints and other documents from Charles Harding Babb, founder of The Babb Company.

Babb (James) papers

Writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to peace and anti-nuclear movements in the United States, and especially at San Jose State University in the 1970s and 1980s.

Babb (Nancy) papers

Correspondence, reports, and memoranda, relating to American Relief Administration and American Friends Service Committee work in Russia.

Babbitt (Harry E.) instructional resources on Spain and Latin America

This collection consists of English and Spanish instructional materials from Harry E. Babbitt's company Babbitt Instructional Resources, along with issues of the publications La Aventura de la Historia purchased from B.I.R.

Babbitt, Theodore (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains eight letters from LtCol. Theodore Babbitt, USA to his sister Eleanor Babbitt during the Second World War. Also included is one photocopied obituary for Babbitt.

Babcock (Conrad S.) papers

The Conrad S. Babcock papers, circa 1877-1941 (bulk 1898-1918), document Babcock's service in the U.S. Army from 1894-1937. The bulk of the collection consists of Babcock's memoirs detailing his military service at home, in the Philippines during the Philippine-American War...

Babcock (Conrad Stanton) papers

Memoirs and photographs, relating to American military activities during the Philippine insurrection of 1899-1901, and in France during World War I.

Babcock (Harry) Photograph Albums, 1881-1883

The Harry Babcock Photograph Albums collection contains 175 photographic prints taken between 1881 and 1883, presumably by Harry Babcock. The collection contains many scenes of outdoor recreational activities, including hunting, fishing, boating, and camping. The natural locations photographed include Yosemite,...

Babcock (Philip) Special Collection

Philip Babcock served with the 88th Aero Squadron in the First World War. This Collection documents his life and the history of the squadron.

Babcock (Ruth G.) WAC Mothers' Association Collection

Ruth G. Babcock was a resident of Glendale, California and the founder and president of Chapter 71 of the WAC Mothers' Association, an organization established to aid members of the Women's Army Corps wherever they served during World War II....

Babel' (I.) letters

Letters to family members relating to Russian literature and personal affairs. Includes typed transcripts. Photocopy.

Babinski (Witold) typescript

Relates to Poland during World War II, Polish-Soviet relations, Polish military operations, and the formation of the Polish army in the Soviet Union.

Babitz (Eve) Papers

Materials documenting the life and career of writer and artist Eve Babitz. Collection includes writings, personal and biographical items, photographs, and artwork.

Babitz (Mae) papers

Mae Babitz (1911-2003) illustrated architectural landmarks of Los Angeles from 1940 to 1970 and was instrumental in saving Simon Rodia's Watts Towers from destruction. The collection includes artwork as well as personal correspondence and correspondence with the City of Los...

Babitz (Sol) papers

This collection consists of research notes, musical sketches, manuscripts, published scores, books, pamphlets, periodical issues, offprints, typed drafts of articles, photocopies of articles, scores, miscellaneous printed music pages, and correspondence.

Babson College's Grace K. Babson Collection of the Works of Sir Isaac Newton: Manuscripts

Babson College's Grace K. Babson Collection of the Works of Sir Isaac Newton: Manuscripts contains research notes, correspondence, and documents of Isaac Newton. The collection also includes correspondence and legal documents related to Newton written by his contemporaries.

Baby Hygiene Committee Records

Consists of administrative records, including constitution and bylaws, minutes (1909-1950), correspondence (1909-1955), annual and monthly reports (1910-1958), financial records (1923-1949), case histories, and membership lists. With these are newspaper clippings and printed materials pertaining to the organization’s activities and scope...

Baby Rae in Tuolumne County, Calif.

Family snapshots of an infant girl growing up in the Sonora area.

Baca (Herman) Papers

The papers of Herman Baca, a National City, California, Chicano rights activist and prominent member of the Mexican-American community, document the contributions and accomplishments made by Herman Baca and the Committee on Chicano Rights. Since the 1960s, Herman Baca has...

Baccigaluppi (Harry) Papers

Papers, wine pamphlets, periodicals, books, clippings, and labels for grape products.

Bach Festival Collection

The Bach Festival was started in 1935 by Dene Denny and Hazel Watrous as a four-day festival of open rehearsals, events, and concerts conducted by Ernst Bacon and Gastone Usigli. Over the years, it grew to a three-week celebration of...

Bach (George Leland) Papers

The collection covers Bach's professional career from his graduate student days at the University of Chicago in the late 1930s to the dedication of the George L. Bach Auditorium at Carnegie-Mellon University in 1993. Included are primarily: publications, articles, papers,...

Bacharach (Jacqueline) Office Records

The Jacqueline Bacharach office records document late twentieth century Los Angeles transit history. By the early 1980's it became clear that the division of power and responsibilities between the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission (LACTC), local transit agencies such as...

Bacher family photograph album [graphic]

Snapshots of family members, friends, homes, and scenery on outings. Locations include the Kansas towns of Miltonville and Manhattan, Hugo and other locations in Colorado, Oakdale (California), and the vicinity of Precott, Arizona. Views include the family homestead farm outside...

Bacher (Robert F.) papers

The working papers, correspondence, publications, photos and biographical materials of Robert F. Bacher (1905-2004) form the collection known as the Papers of Robert F. Bacher in the Archives of the California Institute of Technology. Bacher was a nuclear physicist who...

Bacher (William A.) papers

William A. Bacher (1900- ) practiced dentistry for 10 years before becoming a radio producer in 1929. He joined 20th Century-Fox in 1943 and produced (1944), (1945), and (1947). He also co-wrote and produced in 1955. The collection consists of...

Bachmann (Glenn) Photographs

Collection contains black and white photographs taken of The Women's Circus performing various stunts and activities.

Bachtal/Humbert family correspondence, 1864 Jan. 8-1871(?) July 17th.

Letters written by Lorain Bachtal and other family members in Nevada City, California to her sister, Mrs. Margaret Humbert in Green Spring, and, later, Elmore, Ohio. Other family members include Margaret's nieces Natilda Hecker, Lillie E. Hecker, Amanda Wagner, and...

Bachus (Edward J.) Periodical Indexing Collection

The collection contains the Radical Research Center (RRC) and the Alternative Press Centre (APC) , updated lists of indexing terms, and correspondence from the centers, 1968-1972. The RRC, later the APC, sought to provide greater access to independent and alternative...

Back (Frank) Papers

Papers of Frank Back, optical engineer and founder and president of Zoomar Inc., an optical engineering company specializing in lens design for television, motion picture and single-lens reflex cameras. Materials include biographical documents, reprints and typescript drafts of Back's professional...

Back to the Ranch

This is a manuscript entitled "Back to the Ranch" by Jess Ranker as told to Jess Burnham-Ranker, from conversations Jess Burnham-Ranker had with her father, Jess Ranker, between 1969 and 1975, regarding Jess Ranker's life on a cattle ranch in...

Back (William) Collection

department/org records of SEEHRL, published articles, personnel records, finances, contracts, drafts of papers, rolled items, glass slides. [This is a very small sampling of a huge collection.]...

Backus (Jim and Henny) Collection

This collection contains the papers of American entertainers Jim Backus (1913-1989) and Henny Backus (1911-2004). Materials include scripts of nineteen movies, scripts of fourteen segments of The Jim Backus Show ("Hot Off the Line") radio program; script of the 1967...

Bacon (David) photography archive

Physical materials are predominantly photographic materials: primarily prints, with some slides, proof sheets, and negatives, of David Bacon's work as a photojournalist. A set of photographs of elementary students includes release forms from parents allowing their children's images to be...

Bacon (Ernst) Papers

Primarily incoming correspondence, with only 4 retained carbons of Bacon's outgoing letters including one to Charles Ives. There is a high concentration of letters from the 1930s-1940s.

Bacon (Ernst) Papers

The majority of the collection relates to Bacon's tenure as the first San Francisco Director of the Federal Music Project, Works Progress Administration, 1935-1937. Included are correspondence (personal and professional), official project documents, concert programs, articles concerning the SFFMP, internal...

Bacon Family papers

Papers related to mathematics professor Harold M. Bacon '28, MA '29, PhD '33, and his wife, Rosamond '30, MA '32, their son Charles R. Bacon, and their cousins Orrin and Harriet Dunn. Materials are related to the Dunn (Bacon) House,...

Bacon (Francis) Library Archive

The Francis Bacon Library was a private rare book research library on the campus of the Claremont Colleges in Claremont, California. It was founded by Walter Conrad Arensberg and his wife, Louise Stevens Arensberg. In 1938, they established The Francis...

Bacon (Francis) Library Manuscripts Collection

This collection consists of manuscript materials that formed part of the Francis Bacon Library in Claremont, California, created in 1938 by Walter Conrad Arensberg and his wife Louise Stevens Arensberg. The materials mostly relates to English philosopher and scientist Francis...

Bacon (Frank) Records

The Records contain photographs, and five scrapbooks.

Bacon (H.D.) Papers

This collection contains letters, documents, and a few account books related to the business activities of American financier H.D. Bacon (1817-1893). Items chiefly date between 1850 and 1900 and subject matter includes banking methods in the 1850s; the failure of...

Bacon (John L.) papers

Materials in this collection are from John L. Bacon and are related to his work on the Colorado River Commission, the Boulder dam (aka Hoover dam) project, water supply for California, division of Colorado River water within California, and affiliated...

Bacon (Lloyd) papers

The Lloyd Bacon papers span the years 1929-1963 (bulk 1940s) and encompass approximately 9 linear feet. The collection contains production files, television files, and subject files....

Bacon (Madi) papers

The Madi Bacon Papers, 1831-1999, contain the correspondence, professional files, family correspondence, and ephemera of the founder of the San Francisco Boys Chorus. A musical conductor and voice teacher, Bacon lived and worked in the Bay Area from 1946 until...

Bacon (Walter M.) typescript

Relates to the career of Nicolae Titulescu, Romanian minister of foreign affairs and minister of finance between 1932 and 1936. Includes clippings and photocopies of diplomatic correspondence, 1925-1972, used as research material. Ph.D. dissertation. Photocopy.

Badè (William Frederic) Collection

The collection consists of the papers of William Frederic Badè and including primarily Badè correspondence and contracts concerning books by or about John Muir, writings about John Muir, transcribed correspondence of John Muir

Badash (Lawrence) Papers

Primarily auction, company, dealer, and exhibit catalogs relating to scientific instruments, publications, and the history of science, from a UCSB history faculty member.

Bade (Wilfrid) papers

Manuscripts of writings, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs, relating to dissemination of German propaganda during World War II.

Bade (William F.) Papers

Correspondence relating mainly to conservation activities in the Sierra Club and to the publication of his works on John Muir; manuscripts and reprints of some of his writings; clippings of reviews of his work; subject files on Hetch-Hetchy, John Muir,...

Baden (Frank) papers

The Frank Baden papers span 21 linear feet and date circa 1927 to circa 1986. The collection documents Baden’s career through architectural drawings and reprographic copies, furniture parts and entire furniture pieces, AIA Board Annual Reports, correspondence regarding specific architecture...

Baden (Nancy) collection about Brazilian Literature

Nancy Baden was a professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Cal State Fullerton. Much of her work concentrated on Jorge Amado and literature produced under the period of Brazilian censorship. This collection consists of books that are either by or...

Bader (Charles) Papers

Charles "Chuck" Bader, a Republican, served as an Assembly Member in the California legislature from 1983-1990. The Charles Bader Papers consist of 2.5 cubic feet of textual records covering the years 1983-1990. The majority of documentation covers the years 1983-1984...

Badges, Medals, Pins, and Buttons Collection

The collection contains a diverse assortment of badges, medals, pins, and buttons, ca. 1888-1918, including several Grand Army of the Republic items, political items like a William Howard Taft pin (1907), a Woman's Christian Temperance Union badge (1903), an Uncle...

Badham (Robert E.) papers

Records accumulated by Robert E. Badham during his 25 years of public service in California include materials from his terms in the California Assembly and in the U.S. House of Representatives. This collection documents only Badham's political career and not...

Badlam (Alexander, Jr.) Biography

The folder includes the biographical account of Alexander Badlam, Jr.'s life during and after his voyage from Cambridge, MA across the Plains to Sacramento, CA in 1850 (some discrepancy in sources on this date). Note: Creator is listed as Dolores...

Badlam, Sr. (Alexander) Papers

The folder includes the biographical account of Alexander Badlam, Senior's life during his voyage to California in 1849. It is a typed version from May 27th, 1935 of an originally handwritten letter.

Badlands Through the Ages Photograph Album

The scrapbook contains photographs of events, theme parties, costumes, and drag at Badlands, a gay bar in San Francisco. The final page is dedicated to manager Frank McGrady's retirement in 1999.

Baeck Family Papers

Includes papers of Anna R. Baeck, some relating to student days at the University of California, Class of 1912; papers of her father, San Francisco Judge Timothy H. Rearden, including letters, manuscripts of writings, copies of legal decisions, etc. Contains...

Baeck family papers : additions, 1854-1950.

Collection contains family correspondence, scrapbooks, and other miscellaneous memorabilia. Correspondents' include: Ambrose Bierce, Ina Coolbrith, Timothy Rearden, Anne Rearden, and Phoebe Apperson Hearst.

Baeck family papers : additions, approximately 1900-1945.

Miscellaneous family papers, many relating to Joseph R. Redding and family, including correspondence, clippings, and materials relating to his "Natoma," "Fay-Yen-Fah," "Guardian of the Grove," and other writings.

Baehr (Carl Adolph) collection

Typescript essay by the German political journalist Arnold Rechberg, analyzing the course of German history from 1918 to 1945; photographs, postcards and pictorial booklets, depicting Adolf Hitler and other Nazi leaders; and Nazi miscellanea.

Baehr (Nicholas E.) scripts

Nicholas Baehr was a writer whose credits include , , , and . The collection includes scripts related to Baehr's writing career.

Baer, Kurt Papers

UCSB Professor of Art and Art History Kurt Baer was appointed the official art historian of Franciscan missions in California. The Kurt Baer Papers represent Dr. Baer's research materials compiled while writing his three books on the missions and their...

Baer (Max) recordings

The Max Bear recordings document Baer's recorded life, including his boxing career, interviews, guest appearances, radio programs, and family.

Baer (Morley) Photographs

These photographs of Stanford University buildings were done by Baer for the architects or for the University. Buildings designed by Wurster, Bernardi and Emmons include the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, 1954, and Stanford Medical Plaza, 1959....

Baer (Morley) Photographs

This collection contains the commercial work and fine art photography of Morley Baer, including vintage and estate photographs, proof prints, negatives and transparencies, portfolios and framed prints. Also included are biographical materials, correspondence, and business papers relating to educational workshops,...

Baerwald (Hans H.) papers

Hans Baerwald was a UCLA professor emeritus and internationally renowned scholar of Japanese politics. The collection consists of correspondence, Baerwald's master publication file, lecture notes, professional organization and conference files and research files on subjects such as the purge, the...

Baez (Albert V.) papers

Correspondence, minutes, reports, studies, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to international efforts to promote conservation and public awareness regarding conservation.

Baez (Albert V.) papers

The materials consist of research files, correspondence, teaching materials, biographical material, publications, photographs, and some experimental equipment.

Baffico (Paul) Rebuilding the San Francisco Cable Car Line Color Slide Collection

The Paul Baffico Rebuilding the San Francisco Cable Car Line Color Slide Collection contains 3,324 color slides documenting the repair and rebuilding of San Francisco’s cable car system during the period of October 12, 1982 to June 18, 1984, taken...

Bagby (Carroll A.) papers

Orders and personnel records relating to the military career of C. A. Bagby. Includes photocopy of a diary relating to American intervention in Mexico in 1916.

Bagdad Cafe Sign and Photograph

The Bagdad Cafe was a 24-hour diner that operated in San Francisco’s Castro neighborhood from 1990 until 2011. The sign was displayed outside the Cafe at the time of its closing. The large, undated color photograph depicts the Cafe’s facade.

Bagg (John Sherman) Papers

Correspondence of John Sherman Bagg, Michigan Democratic politician and editor-owner of the Detroit Free Press.

Bagg (Mrs L. L. S.) collection

Newspaper and magazine clippings, maps, ration books, currency, photographs, and memorabilia, relating primarily to Italy in World War I.

Baggett, Jay L. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence written by Cpl. Jay L. Baggett, USA to his mother and family during the Second World War. Also included are a photograph, a yearbook, and a Christmas menu.

Baggins End (Domes) Records

Collection contains meeting announcements and minutes, correspondence, planning documents, photographs, and newspaper clippings relating to the Baggins End student housing community.

Bagley (Alan)

Communications, technical notes, in-house publications, newspaper clippings, organizational charts, catalogs, training manuals, and other materials related to the career of Alan Bagley, primarily at Hewlett-Packard....

Bagley (Charles Leland) papers

This collection contains the personal papers of Charles Leland Bagley, along with records pertaining to the American Federation of Musicians. Bagley was a musician and lawyer who lived in Los Angeles and who was active in the AFM Local 47...

Bagley (Charles Rutherford) papers

Mimeographed copies of a series of letters to the editor by C. R. Bagley, published in various newspapers and journals, advocating American support for the Free French and intervention in World War II; and letters in response from readers.

Bagley, Ellis J. (Tuskegee Airmen Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains scans of two letters from A/C Ellis J. Bagley, USAAF to his cousin Mary Harrison while training with the Tuskegee Airmen during the Second World War. Also included is one scan of a letter signed by twenty...

Bagley (Julian) Collection

Julian Elihu Bagley was born in South Jacksonville, Florida in 1892. He earned a degree in agriculture from the Hampton Institute and served in the Army during World War I. He moved to San Francisco in 1922 to open a...

Bagnall (Sandra) collection on Millicent Hamburger, 1928-2009

Millicent Hamburger was a modern dance teacher who taught at Acalanes High School, in the Bay Area town of Lafayette, California, for three decades. This collection contains production files, correspondence, photographs, audiovisual recordings, and ephemera generated or collected from Hamburger's...

Bagni (Gwen) papers

Gwen Bagni had a decades-long career as a Hollywood writer. She began her screen writing career in the late-1930s, working in film, radio, and television. Among her many credits are popular radio programs such as and ; television series such...

Bahl (Errold) Personal Papers

Errold G. Bahl (EGB, October 26, 1894 – October 26, 1930) was one of the early birds of aviation, an aircraft pilot, mechanic, barnstormer, and entrepreneur. He attended the School of Military Aeronautics, flew in Latin America, was a mentor...

Bahlman (Robert) Photographs

Three photographs from Bahlman's service as a student volunteer fireman, circa 1945-1949. Photos include a firetruck, the firehouse, and "Cap Joe."...

Bahr (Leonard F.) ephemera

Five file folders containing Broadsides, Book Club of Detroit, Christmas Cards, Stationery....

Bail (Hamilton V.) Harvard Collection

The Hamilton Bail Harvard collection consists of books, ephemera, and assorted printed material relating to the history of Harvard College.

Bail (Hamilton Vaughan) typescript

Prepared in the Historical Section, Army War College. Relates to organizational and operational aspects of American military administration of Cuba.

Bailey (Florence M.) papers

Consists of field notes and journals, drafts of primarily unpublished books and articles, plus a small amount of correspondence to her father, Clinton Levi Merriam and other naturalists and ornithologists. The majority of the field notes and journals deal with...

Bailey (George A.) Papers

These papers consist largely of letters from George A. Bailey to his family during the Civil War, 1861-1864, but also include other family letters, 1840-1919, genealogical materials, deeds, and financial records. There is also a map Bailey drew of his...

Bailey (H. S.) memorandum

Relates to the meeting of the Soap Committee on July 30, 1918, regarding wartime regulation of the soap industry.

Bailey (Harry Lewis) etchings and sketches

Depicts shipbuilding and dockside scenes.

Bailey (James F.) Collection

Letters, reports, orders, passes, and clippings relating to James Fay Bailey's career as a service inspector for the Pullman Company. The collection includes Mr. Bailey's accounts and other documents regarding the rescue of passengers from the stranded City of San...

Bailey (June T.) Papers

Includes correspondence, reports, course outlines, course syllabi....

Bailey (Margery) Papers

Correspondence with actors, actresses, theatrical people, dramatists and writers; materials relating to the English Club and the Dramatists Alliance at Stanford, the Shakespeare Festival at Ashland, Oregon, the Institute of Renaissance Studies, and theater productions at Stanford, 1935-36; letters to...

Bailey (Paul D.) papers

Paul Dayton Bailey (1906-1987) was a publisher, editor, and author who chronicled the Mormon Church and the American West and established Westernlore Press in 1941. The collection consists of Bailey's literary typescripts and holograph corrections of books about the American...

Bailey (Percival) collection of papers and photographs

Dr. Percival Bailey was an important contributor to many fields of the basic and clinical neurosciences, and a distinguished teacher and author. This is a collection of papers and photographs from Dr. Bailey's home files. Included are documents about his...

Bailey (Philip E.) Collection

Philip E. Bailey was a Lieutenant in the United States military, who was stationed in China during the final years of World War II. The collection contains a set of Chinese porcelain soup bowls, saucers and soup spoons made during...

Bailey (Stanley Fuller) Papers

Stanley Fuller Bailey (1906-1981) served as Professor of Entomology at the University of California, Davis. His research focused on agricultural entomology, specifically bean thrips, pear thrips and the peach twig borer. His papers contain correspondence to researchers and growers regarding...

Bailey (Thomas Andrew) and Paul B. Ryan collection

Correspondence, notes, photocopies of government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915, and to the undeclared American-German naval war, 1939-1941. Collected by T. A. Bailey and Paul B. Ryan. Includes some papers of...

Bailey (Thomas Andrew) papers

Correspondence, primarily with colleagues and also with policical figures, editors and publishers, personal friends, and various Stanford University agencies, committees, and departments. Includes manuscript materials used in publications, bibiliographical and biographical materials, and some personal records.

Bailey-Fellows House, Carol DeSantis Papers on the

Papers compiled by Carol DeSantis on the history of the Bailey-Fellows House at Calero Ranch, San Jose, California.

Bailie (J. A.) collection

Manuals, interview transcripts, and printed matter, relating to the development of submarine-based fleet ballistic missiles by the United States Navy.

Baillie (Bruce) papers

Bruce Baillie is an American experimental filmmaker and founding member of Canyon Cinema in San Francisco. In 1961, Baillie, along with Chick Strand and others, founded San Francisco Cinematheque.

Baily, Jr. (Joshua L.) Papers

The Joshua L. Baily, Jr. Papers includes the personal correspondence, manuscripts and formal reports of Dr. Joshua L. Baily, Jr and is significant to the fields of malacology and general natural history.

Baily (Norman) Papers

Papers of Norman Arthur Baily (1915-1992), medical physicist, who devoted his career to radiological physics and engineering, focusing on medical imaging, experimental and theoretical work in dosimetry, and therapeutic uses of radiology. The collection includes memos and correspondence relating to...

Bain (Emily J.) collection of correspondence with Donald B. and Ellen F. Lindsley

A collection of personal letters and cards, plus photographs and ephemera, sent to Emily Johnston Bain by Donald B. and Ellen F. Lindsley. Ms. Bain added annotations and comments to some of these communications, especially the photographs. The correspondence covers...

Bain (Joe S.) papers

The collection consists of notes, reports, memoranda, interviews, news clippings, financial statements, Bank of America data, etc., used as background materials for the book, , by Joe S. Bain, Richard E. Caves, and Julius Margolis (Published for Resources for the...

Bainbridge (David A.) Papers

David A. Bainbridge has been a professor, researcher, author and consultant in sustainable management. His Papers contain manuscripts and published versions of his writings which primarily focus on sustainability, solar energy, agroforestry, and restoration ecology. The writings include book chapters,...

Bainbridge (Oliver) Letters

Personal and professional letters written to Australian-born author Oliver Bainbridge.

Bainer (Roy) Papers

Curricula development, organizational conference agendas, and minutes for the College of Agriculture; manuscript (untitled) for a textbook on farm machinery (by Bainer, Kepner, Barger); miscellaneous journals and reports.

Bainter (Fay) papers

Collection consists of stills and photographs, from 15 films and 20 stage plays; scripts of 15 stage plays and 6 television shows in which the actress Fay Bainter (1892-1968) appeared. Also includes personal documents, clippings and correspondence.

Baird (Jay W.) papers

Printed article (in German) by J. W. Baird, relating to the political testament of the German Nazi leader Julius Streicher; typescript translation of the article; sound recording of an interview of Captain John Dolibois, American military interrogator of Streicher at...

Baird (Joseph A., Jr.) Collection

This collection contains biographical information pertaining to primarily northern California artists and architects of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Research notes for two of Dr. Baird's publications, (1968) and (1972), offer additional biographical and art historical information....

Baird (Joseph Armstrong) collection

Assembled over a forty-year period by photography curator Joseph Armstrong Baird, Jr. the collection contains approximately 1663 photographs of architecture and urban views primarily in Europe, but also including Asia, the Middle East, and Mexico and Hawaii in North America....

Baird, Lassen, Redding, and the Reading Adobe - Views

Views show seining for Salmon at Baird on the McCloud River, site now covered by Shasta Resevoir; Hat Creek in Lassen National Park showing eruption devestation; the Pit River Bridge, Dam, and Silverthorn Ferry on Pit River (now under Shasta...

Baird (Leah) papers

The collection contains production files, primarily in the form of scripts written by Baird, including many for films in which she starred, such as THE DESTROYING ANGEL (1923), IS DIVORCE A FAILURE? (1923), and WHEN THE DEVIL DRIVES (1922). There...

Baird (Thomas) and sons telegram collection

Thomas Baird and sons telegram collection (SAFR 17256, HDC 339) contains one bound book of Western Union Telegraph Company telegrams received in Eureka, California, by Thomas Baird and sons from 1896 to 1898. The telegrams generally relate to loading, arrivals,...

Baird (W. David) Papers

This is a comprehensive collection of Dr. Baird's time as the Seaver Dean and the subsequent publishment of his book. The Chronological and Subject Files that compose the first series include many research materials that Dr. Baird used when writing...

Baird (William M.) papers

Boxes 10-21 include correspondence, receipted bills, cancelled checks, articles of incorporation, letterbooks, cashbooks, deeds, tax records, ledgers, other legal instruments and business papers, journals, photographs, and newspapers pertaining to the Curtis Ranch, Bloomington, San Bernardino County, California, owned and operated...

Baital'skii (Mikhail D.) memoirs

Relates to Russian communist party life and activities of left oppositionists during the 1920s, subsequent changes in Soviet society, and conditions in the Vorkuta forced labor camp.

Baja California and the West Postcard Collection

A collection of about 1,270 postcards depicting images of the American West, Southwest, and Baja California. The collection is arranged geographically by the location represented on the postcard. Sites of interest include Ensenada, La Paz, Tijuana, Del Mar, San Diego,...

Baja California archives, 1770-1854.

Concerning threat of piracy in Baja California, 1853-1874; establishment of military posts, 1795-1820, with letters from Diego de Borica and Fernando de Rivera y Moncada; and Indian problems at Misión Santa Gertrudis, 1798.

Baja California Government Documents Collection

Municipal and government documents relating to official policies, civil matters, contracts, litigation, war, and state infrastructure development in Baja California, including Santo Tomas, Rosarito, Mexicali, Tecate, Tijuana, and other towns and cities.

Baja California mining photographs

The collection consists of 16 photographs of various mining operations in Baja California, Mexico, in the early 20th century. Photographs in the collection depict mostly views of buildings and structures in mining locations in cities like Loreto, Guerrero, and San...

Baja California (Paipai) Indian Archaeological and Ethnographic Collections

The Paipai Indians continue in present day to live in Baja California, Mexico in an area south-east of Ensenada. Materials in the Paipai collection were field collected from 1955 to 1959 and consist of ethnographic as well as archaeological pieces.

Baja California Symposia Collection

This collection contains materials related to the annual La Asociación Cultural de Las Californias Baja California Symposium between the years 1963 and 1993. The files include conference proceedings, programs, press clipping, photographs, maps, correspondence and other ephemera. The collection also...

Bajko (Matthew) Papers

Matthew Bajko is a journalist with the Bay Area Reporter. The collection includes subject files, conference materials, a small amount of correspondence, ephemera, media kits, meeting minutes, notes, press releases, reports, and news clippings.

Bajo la línea del Ecuador : 30 grabados /

30 original wood engravings, printed at Taller de Gráfica Popular, each 29.75 x 20.5 cm and signed by the artist.

Bak (Sunny) Photography Collection

The collection includes Bak's medium format color transparenices/unmounted slides of Ashley Herrin and Catherine Angiel and alternative layouts for the June 21, 1993, cover story, "Lesbians Come Out Strong." The collection also contains Bak's images of lesbian women and couples...

Bakaleinikoff (Mischa) film scores

This collection consists of music scores and manuscripts of film composer Mischa Bakaleinikoff (1890-1960).

Baker & Hamilton Invoices and Receipts

The collection consists of sample invoices and receipts issued by both the San Francisco and Sacramento offices between 1879 and 1892, and a 1949 history of the firm.

Baker (Art) collection

This collection contains scripts from Art Baker's radio program (KFI, Los Angeles, 1938-1958), photographs, clippings, scrapbooks, as well as personal correspondence and memorabilia.

Baker (Betty) papers

Betty Lou Baker (1928-1987) was a writer specializing in historical fiction about the Southwestern U.S. The collection consists of Baker's manuscripts, galleys, newspaper clippings, publicity releases, ephemera, and correspondence. Manuscripts include , , and . Correspondence is with various publishers...

Baker (Bob) collection

The Bob Baker collection contains photographs, negatives, slides, print materials, correspondence, ephemera, scrapbooks, photo albums and audio cassettes that relate to the life and nearly eight decade long career of Los Angeles puppeteer, Bob Baker (1924–2014), co-founder of the Bob...

Baker (Charles Duane) speeches

Relates to the American transportation industry and government regulation of it.

Baker (Charles T.) Papers

Ca. 1920s-1940s. Correspondence, photographs, postcards, clippings and other ephemera regarding Abraham Lincoln and Indiana.

Baker (Charlotte) Diary Collection

This collection contains personal diaries and papers focusing on the personal and professional life and travels of Dr. Charlotte Baker, San Diego’s first female physician.

Baker (Charlotte) Papers

Charlotte Baker Montgomery (1910-2009) received her BA from Mills College in 1929 and her MA from the University of California at Berkeley in 1930. In addition to her career as a writer and illustrator of books for children, she and...

Baker (Clifford E) Photographs of Stanford Student Life

Images are primarily of student life in Wilbur Hall (a men's dorm at the time), 1955-56, but also include images of students at Pescadero State Beach, at Rossotti's Beer Garden, a crew race, and water polo. The prints in this...

Baker (David L.) files on political issues in Orange County, California

This collection consists of the working files and subject files of David L. Baker, engineer and member of the Board of Supervisors for Orange County, California from the early 1960s - early 1970s. Included are 25 binders of newspaper clippings...

Baker (David M.) Papers

Photographs, photograph albums, scrapbook albums, ephemera, and correspondence of David M. Baker, one of the writers of the collaborative gay play "Crimes Against Nature". Ephemera and photographs include those specific to the cast and reviews of the play.

Baker (Elizabeth N.) miscellaneous papers

Leaflets, bulletins, correspondence, and clippings, relating to American politics and government, and conservative, anti-communist, and pacifist political groups in the United States.

Baker Family Papers

This collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and ephemera that document several generations of the Baker family of Owens Valley, California.

Baker (Frank) papers

Frank Baker was an Australian actor and stuntman in Hollywood whose career spanned from 1912 to 1970. This collection consists of ink drawings, color paintings and notes of costumes and locations he made for the films (1928, directed by Chester...

Baker (Fred) Papers

The Fred Baker Papers consists of two folders of correspondence principally with malacologist John Read le Brockton Tomlin (Conchological Society of Great Britain and Ireland). Letters are dated from 1916 through 1938. A few typescript letters are addressed to a...

Baker (Frederick) collection of Avalon City Council Minutes

Frederick Baker served as city attorney for the city of Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, Los Angeles County, California. The collection consists of an incomplete set of copies of Avalon city council meeting minutes for 1913-1942.

Baker (George B.) papers

Correspondence, photographs, and printed matter, relating to the American Relief Administration; Commission for Relief in Belgium; Paris Peace Conference; American presidential politics and the 1924, 1928, and 1932 presidential campaigns; Calvin Coolidge; Herbert Hoover; the Republican Party; and the foreign...

Baker (George H.) Diary

This file contains the hand written in ink journal of George H. Baker. Mr.. Baker created the record between 1848 and January 1849. The hard covered book is in good condition with the spine intact. The pages are off white...

Baker (George H.) Diary, Vol. 3

This file contains the hard bound and hand written, in ink, personal journal of G. H. Baker. This diary, vol.3, is in good condition with the spine still intact with the paper pages suffering some yellowing but are also in...

Baker (George H.) Diary Vol. 4

This file contains the hard bound, and hand written in ink journal of George H. Baker. This diary, Vol. 4, holds his memories from March to August of 1848 prior to his arrival in California. The journal is in good...

Baker (George H.) Subscription Book

This file contains the hand written, in ink, subscription book for George H. Baker's lithograph titled, "Birds-eye view of Sacramento, California". The hard bound book is in good condition with the binding firmly intact. The paper pages are in good...

Baker (George Holbrook) Papers

Includes numerous handwritten letters between George Holbrook Baker, his sister, mother, and father, John Baker. Also includes business cards from Baker’s lithography business in San Francisco, a brief description of Baker’s life before and after coming to California, diaries...

Baker (Gilbert) Collection

Gilbert Baker was an artist, drag queen, and Sister of Perpetual Indulgence who played the central role in the 1978 creation of the rainbow LGBTQ pride flag. Baker’s collection consists largely of textiles, sewing supplies, art, and audiovisual materials, along...

Baker (Gilbert) Flag Collection

Gilbert Baker was an artist, gay rights activist, and designer of the rainbow flag as a symbol for LGBTQ pride. Baker donated 4 signed oversize rainbow flags backed on white canvas to GLBTHS. The collection also includes Baker’s silkscreens from...

Baker (Herbert) Papers

Herbert Baker was a comedy writer for radio, television, stage and motion pictures. The collection consists primarily of material related to his career. Additional materials include a small collection related to Baker's mother, vaudeville singer Belle Baker.

Baker (Hortense and R. Merritt) Photograph Album

The , titled "Snapshots and Flashlights," documents the social and extra-curricular activities of Hortense and R. Merritt Baker from 1906 to 1909.  The album includes candid and posed photographs of the Bakers, Sidney Frantz, and their friends play-acting and staging...

Baker (Howard) The papers of Dorothy and Howard Baker

Includes manuscripts, correspondence, photographs....

Baker (Keith M.) Papers

Collection includes biographical material on Baker, and a poster for the "Bakerfest" workshop held in Baker's honor in 2017....

Baker (Lillian) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, legal briefs, court and Congressional hearing testimony, photocopies of World War II-era United States government records, and printed matter, relating to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, and to subsequent proposals for reparations...

Baker, Looe and Eliza Wardell Baker family papers

An archive of the Baker family of New Jersey; consisting of family letters, manuscripts, legal documents, genealogical material, photographs, letter book, two volumes, and ephemera.

Baker (Mainerd) collection of scripts

Mainerd Baker was a musician and music copyist in Hollywood from the late 1930s through the early 1980s. The collection consists mostly of radio and television scripts either collected by or related to the career of Baker

Baker (Michael) film poster collection

This collection consists of promotional one sheets (27x41), three sheets (41x81), six sheets (81x81), pressbooks, and window cards of various films released from the 1940s through the 1990s.

Baker (Michael H.) Collection of Wire Recordings

37 off-air recordings, primarily of the New York Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra in the 1950s.

Baker (Mildred E.) Travel Scrapbook Collection

This collection contains scrapbooks chiefly containing narratives, snapshots, and clippings documenting summer canyoneering and camping trips to the American Southwest, the Colorado River, and the Canadian Rockies by Mildred E. Baker (1899-1987) in the 1930s and early 1940s, as well...

Baker (O. E.) mimeograph

This collection contains a mimeograph about land utilization in China circa 1920-1930....

Baker (Obadiah Ethelbert) Papers

This collection contains the papers of Civil war soldier and teacher Obadiah E. Baker and his wife, Melissa Dalton Baker, of Iowa and, later, Northern California, and their family between the late 1850s and early 1900s. Notably, the collection contains...

Baker (Robert Symington) Papers

Letters and documents of California businessman Robert Symington Baker.

Baker (Samuel K.) (--1864) Letters, 1851-1905

The bulk of this collection consists of letters written by Baker to his wife Amanda from 1861-1864. Most of the letters are written from various locations in Virginia and discuss the health of the troops, the horses assigned to them,...

Baker (Tom) Oral History

Oral history of Tom Baker (S. Thomas Baker), interviewed by Shawn Sprockett in January 2024. At the time of the oral history, Baker was a 93 year-old gay man living in the Castro in San Francisco, CA. He had lived...

Baker (Viroque) (1889-1980) Collection, 1916-1948

218 photographs made by Los Angeles photographer Viroque Baker.

Baker (Wilder DuPuy) papers

Orders, clippings, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to American naval operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and to the San Diego Naval Base.

Baker (William O.) Collection on John R. Pierce

Materials related to engineer and writer John R. Pierce collected by scientist and former president of Bell Labs William O. Baker.

Baker (William) Papers

William P. Baker, Republican, was a State Assembly Member from 1981 to 1992. The William Baker Papers consists of 4 cubic feet of textual records and spans the years 1981-1992. The collection is organized into one series: Bill Files, 1981-1992.

Bakewell & Brown photograph collection.

Contains images of several major buildings designed by the firm, including San Francisco City Hall and Pasadena City Hall. Also pictured are some some residences, including Bakewell's own, portraits of John Bakewell, and reproductions of John Bakewell's student drawings. Also...

Bakewell & Brown Photograph Collection

The Bakewell & Brown photograph collection contains images of several major buildings designed by the architectural firm of Bakewell & Brown, including an album of construction progress photographs of Pasadena City Hall. Also pictured are some residences, including Bakewell's own...

Bakhtadze (Erastii Efremovich) papers

Autobiography, correspondence, personal and official documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the history of the Georgian revolutionary movement, and to conditions in Soviet Georgia.

Bakke (Allan) Vs. Regents of UC collection

This collection contains materials related to both the opinion held by the Supreme Court and the debate within the UC over the legitimacy of it's complaint. There was no definitive consensus among scholars as to the strength of weaknesses of...

Bakken (Anthony W.) Collection on Agricultural Technology Advertising

Catalogs, dealer-only publications, advertising scripts, memoranda, speeches, reports, and photographs relating to agricultural technology, centering on the Oliver Corporation and its antecedents.

Baku photograph collection, circa 1880-1900

41 b/w prints of Baku (now capital of Azerbaijan) and countryside, likely taken by a British family. Includes images of family and friends, street scenes, the port, local inhabitants with carriages, wagons, camels, and other forms of transport, wooden oil...

Balakshin (Petr P.) Papers

Includes correspondence between Balakshin and various Russian emigre and American writers, literary critics, editors, professors, journalists, researchers, and book distributors. One group of correspondence and related papers pertains specifically to preparation, publication, and distribution of Balakshin's book, Final v Kitae.

Balan (Murray Lee) papers

Murray Lee Balan was the co-founder of the Gay Emmaus House of San Francisco in 1969, which had a goal of providing food, shelter, community, social services, and counseling to the LGBTQ community. He also worked to form a gay...

Balboa Peninsula and Balboa Island real estate photographs

The Balboa Peninsula and Balboa Island real estate photographs comprise a small collection of original black-and-white photographic prints from an unidentified real estate company showing properties for sale in the 1950s and 1960s in the beachside communities of Balboa Peninsula...

Balcena (Antony) papers

Antony Galindo Balcena, a Mexican-American, was born in Lompoc, California on April 30, 1954 and died in Los Angeles, California on November 23, 1995. Antony Balcena, (also known as Tony Balcena) was an accomplished dancer, choreographer, and Gay and AIDS...

Balch (Allan C.) Papers

Correspondence, clippings, and photographs pertaining to Allan C. Balch.

Balch Art Research Library collection of artist and gallery ephemera

The artist and gallery ephemera collection contains approximately 447 linear feet of uncataloged printed ephemera related to individual artists and their exhibitions, as well as those distributed by galleries and other art institutions. Artists, galleries, and other arts institutions that...

Balchen (Bernt) Personal Papers

This collection contains the papers of Bernt Balchen, a renowned cold-weather aviator.

Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m) Bureau of Navigation records

The Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m) Bureau of Navigation records (SAFR 21355, HDC1296) relate to the years 1901-1906, documenting the beginning of the Alaska Packers Association's relationship with the ship. The collection consists of two folders and one roll of...

Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m), C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m), and Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) records.

The Balclutha, C.A. Thayer and Wapama records (SAFR 21884, HDC 1442) consist of photostats of BALCLUTHA (built 1886; ship, 3m) agreements and accounts of crew, 1886-1898; C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m) shipping articles and crew lists, 1905, 1916-1919, and...

Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m) contract

The Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m) contract (SAFR 17520, HDC 361) contains one contract with the Alaska Packers Association dated 1903 for work in and about Karluk, Alaska.The collection is available for research use without restriction.

Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m) deckhouse interior photographs

The Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m) deckhouse interior photographs, circa 1950-1954, (SAFR 24658, P15-031) are comprised of photographs of the interior of BALCLUTHA's deckhouse prior to her restoration. The collection has been processed to the Collection level and is open...

Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m) records

Balclutha (built 1886; ship, 3m) records (SAFR 18875, HDC 547) consists of reprographic copies of BALCLUTHA construction ledgers and supporting information of Connell Shipyard, Scotland. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

Balclutha crew member Francis Kane seaman's papers

The collection consists of three photocopies and one envelope. The photocopies are of picture of the Balclutha, crew, a certificate of discharge, and Kane's indenture document.

Baldensperger (Fernand) papers

Fernand Baldensperger (1871-1958) was a professor who taught at the University of Nancy (1894), the University of Lyon (1900-10), the University of Paris (1910-35), Harvard (1935-40) and UCLA (1940-45). The collection consists of offprints of articles, several parts of galleys,...

Balderrama (Art) files on the 1988 AIDS Walk Orange County

This collection consists chiefly of Art Balderrama's papers related to the 1988 AIDS Walk Orange County, for which he served on the Board of Directors. Also included are minutes of meetings of the Lesbian/Gay/Feminist Leadership Federation of Orange County (LGFFOC)...

Baldizon Aviles (Alvaro Jose) miscellaneous papers

Summary of debriefing by United States government officals, interview, press releases, and correspondence, relating to human rights violations in Nicaragua, presence of Cuban advisers in Nicaragua, and allegations of Nicaraguan government involvement in narcotics trafficking. Photocopy.

Baldwin & Howell records

This collection documents the business dealings of Baldwin & Howell--a firm which specialized in realty, insurance, property management, leasing, loans, insurance, and appraisal. The records in the collection span the years between 1891 to 1974, but the bulk of the...

Baldwin (Alice) Papers

This collection contains documents created by Alice Baldwin, Pomona College Class of 1913. An author, artist, and extensive traveller, Baldwin produced many diaries, drawings, stories, and other works during her life. This collection contains materials produced during and shortly...

Baldwin (Anita May) Papers and Addenda

Papers and addenda belonging to Anita May Baldwin, daughter of Elias "Lucky" Baldwin, and the Santa Anita Rancho.

Baldwin Brothers Civil War correspondence, 1862-1863

15 letters from brothers Samuel and Orange Baldwin, both with the 143rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. [Expand].

Baldwin (Clifford Park) Collection

This collection contains manuscripts by Clifford Park Baldwin, correspondence, hand-drawn maps, notes and photographs from 1934 to 1939.

Baldwin (Cyrus Grandison) Papers

The Cyrus Grandison Baldwin papers consist of 11 folders on the early history of Pomona College. There is correspondence, and bank notes, invoices relating to financial aspects of Pomona College from 1890 to 1899.

Baldwin (Cyrus Grandison) Papers, Water Resources Collection

This collection contains documents about Cyrus Grandison Baldwin's involvement with water issues in the Pomona Valley and San Bernardino Mountains from 1897-1937.

Baldwin Family Clippings Collection

The Baldwin Family was a wealthy family in Los Angeles, noted horse racers and philanthropists, beginning with Elias Jackson "Lucky" Baldwin who came west from Ohio in 1853 and became a successful ranch owner and horse racer. Lucky's daughter Anita...

Baldwin Family Papers

This collection chiefly contains correspondence of the family of Ruth Baldwin Barlow (1756-1818) and her husband, poet and United States diplomat Joel Barlow (1754-1812), with the bulk dating from 1803-1865. The letters discuss Baldwin family affairs, social life in New...

Baldwin (Frank Dwight) Papers

Professional, personal, and family papers of General Frank D. Baldwin.

Baldwin (G. Lewis) papers

The collection includes early county records given to Baldwin by the Irvine Company, as well as materials documenting Baldwin's work with Southern California agriculture. Records primarily document the San Joaquin Fruit Company, the San Joaquin Fruit and Investment Company, and...

Baldwin (George Abel) Photographs

The collection includes 17 black and white photographs documenting Camp 22 in Alamo Square after the 1906 Earthquake and Fire. The photographs have hand-written captions including identification of families, dates and "G A Baldwin Commander" on the lower right side....

Baldwin (Ian) collection of oral histories on LGBT experience in Orange County, California

The collection contains 4 recordings on mp3, 4 transcripts, and 6 subject agreements from oral histories performed by scholar Ian Baldwin while he was a doctoral candidate at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Baldwin (James) correspondence

The collection is comprised of correspondence and photographs which provide insight into some of James Baldwin's social and political activism mainly in the 1970s.

Baldwin, John Collection

The collection includes newsletters from U.S. Representative John Baldwin to constituents during his term in office; correspondence regarding memorials to Baldwin after his death in 1966; campaign materials from his congressional races in 1952 and 1954; photographs of Baldwin with...

Baldwin Locomotive Works Blueprints

A Baldwin Locomotive Works bound (screw post) volume of blueprints for Maritrop Trading Corporation of Guatemala.

Baldwin Locomotive Works Correspondence

Miscellaneous correspondence from the Baldwin Locomotive Works.

Baldwin Locomotive Works records

This collection represents a small portion of the records of the Philadelphia steam locomotive production firm known as the Baldwin Locomotive Works. The materials include ledgers, specification books, and drawings for construction and decoration of locomotives, as well as publications...

Baldwin M. Woods on University of California Extension : oral history transcript / and related material, 1956-1957.

Discussion of Extension Division from the time he became director in 1942; program during the war years aiding industry; classes for professional groups; administrative problems - recruiting staff and teachers, liaison with faculty, finances. Photograph inserted.

Baldwin (Norman Lee) diary

Relates to American military activities and communications in the vicinity of Paestum, Italy. Includes a memoir by Colonel J. M. Huddleston, surgeon, United States VI Army Corps.

Baldwin, (W.T.) notes on California land grants

This collection contains typed and hand-written notes on land grants in California, including sizes and purchasers of properties. The notes relate to Butte County, Tehama County and Colusa County, during the 18th and 19th centuries. The notes were created between...

Baldwin-Hunnicutt Collection

Clyde F. Baldwin, a Whittier resident, traveled with twenty-one other men in north-western Alaska on a gold hunting expedition from 1898 to 1899. Anna Hunnicutt lived in the Alaska territory as a missionary of the Whittier Friends Church for much...

Baldwin-Johnston scrapbook.

Clippings, pictures, and miscellaneous papers relating to "Lucky" Baldwin and members of his family and to Robert Johnston and his wife.

Baldwin-Shaffner Family Collection

The Baldwin-Shaffner Family Collection consists of materials that document the personal lives and business activities of the Baldwin, Shaffner, Sackett, Bacon and Bishop families. It reflects the migration to California of the Shaffner family from Ohio, and the Sackett family...

Bale Family Papers

Some accounts and legal papers of Dr. Edward T. Bale and papers relating to the establishment of his flour and saw mills in Napa Co., 1841-1849; personal and business papers of his wife, Maria I. Soberanes de Bale (niece of...

Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park Photographic Collection

The Bale Grist Mill State Historic Park Photographic Collection contains 564 cataloged images that date from 1800 through 2011. Images depict the property as a functioning mill and a state park.

Bales (Burt) Collection

The Burt Bales Collection consists of unpublished recordings on audiocassettes, open reel tapes, and transcription discs featuring the jazz pianist, Burt Bales (1917-1989). Also included are correspondence, photographs, festival and concert programs, logbooks, and newspaper clippings pertaining to Burt Bales...

Balfe (Harry) Papers

Collection primarily contains correspondence relating to the Panama Canal, 1900 to 1915.

Balfour (Eustace James Anthony) Letters

The collection consists mostly of letters written to Eustace Balfour and his wife, Frances, from prominent British citizens.

Balfour Guthrie Collection

Collection of corporate records of this London based multinational business that operated out of the Crockett area in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, dealing in coal mining, shipping, grain trade, agricultural real estate, etc.

Balfour (Patrick), Baron Kinross, Papers

This collection contains manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and ephemera of Scottish historian and writer Patrick Balfour (1904-1976), Lord Kinross, from his earliest columns as a journalist to his final major work, The Ottoman Centuries.

Balfour (Vernon) Walkathon collection

Dance marathons, also known as danceathons or walkathons, were a form of competition that started in the 1920s and continued on through to the 1930s, becoming a popular form of entertainment during the depression era. Cash prizes brought contestants, many...

Bali photograph albums

Two photograph albums. 1933 album contains 36 black-and-white snapshots of a trip to Bali. 1937 album inscribed (twice) "Bali 1937" on inside page. Thirty six (including two loose) black-and-white photos of various locales in Bali, many featuring activities of inhabitants.

Bali (Rifat N.) ephemera collection relating to Jews in Turkey

Ephemera and personal papers concerning Jews in Turkey, collected by researcher Rifat Bali.

Balibar (Etienne) papers

This collection is comprised of manuscripts and research materials from philosopher and political theorist Etienne Balibar.

Balk (A.) typescript

Relates to events in St. Petersburg during the February Revolution of 1917. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).

Balk, Joseph (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains one correspondence and one blank postcard from Pvt.Joseph Balk, USA, to Ruth Greene during the Second World War.

Balkan (Adele) costume design drawings

The collection consists of drawings for more than thirty films.

Balkan Institute records

Correspondence, reports, press releases, clippings, electronic bulletins, and other printed matter, relating to political conditions in the Balkans and especially in the Yugoslav successor states, the Yugoslav civil war, United Nations intervention in Bosnia, American foreign policy in the region,...

Balke (Bruno) Papers

Writings of Bruno Balke, a physician and researcher specializing in the areas of sports medicine and the impact of environmental factors on work performance of humans. Covering the years 1937-1982, the collection includes Balke's 1937 doctoral dissertation in sports medicine,...

Balke Collection

The collection includes materials pertaining to the company town of the Little River Redwood Company, called first Bulwinkle, then Crannell. There is a ledger book, No. 1, L.R.R. Co., with entries as early as 1906, Index to the Affidavits of...

Ball (Gordon H.) Papers

Gordon Harold Ball (1899- ) was a professor of zoology at UCLA (1946- ). His research concerned marine invertebrates and the parasitic protozoa, especially the gregarines and malarial organisms. Ball also served as president of the American Society of Parasitologists...

Ball (Jane E.) Papers

Jane Eklund Ball (1921- ) was born in Los Angeles, California. She is the author of (1949), (1953), (1969), and (1969). The collection consists of manuscript and typescript drafts, galley proofs, and a first edition presentation copy of , a...

Ball (Jim Buddy) Papers

James L. Ball, Ph.D., known as "Buddy" Ball, produced films, records, and videos from about 1977 to 1997 for a variety of audiences including African American churches and other Christian groups, crafters, gay men, and horror fans. The collection includes...

Ball (Sidney A.), Policewoman Daily Calendars Collection

This collection contains one box of seven daily calendars kept by Sidney A. Ball, a Los Angeles Policewoman from 1929-1965, making her one of the first policewomen on the force. Entries within these calendars include: brief summaries of interactions and...

Ballantine (Edward J.) Collection

Clippings, playbills, programs, and photographs relating Ballantine's involvement with the Provincetown Players and other instances of his acting and directing career.

Ballantine (Joseph W.) papers

Memoirs, notes, reports, articles, and printed matter, relating to American foreign policy in East Asia, and to the foreign policy views of Owen Lattimore.

Ballantyne (R.M.) papers

R.M. Ballantyne (1825-1894) was a apprentice clerk with Hudson's Bay Company in Manitoba, Canada. He requested a wilderness post, and was sent to posts along the north shore of the St. Lawrence (1846-47). His recollections were published in 1848 and...

Ballard (John) collection

Materials collected by John Ballard that relate to New Age, Human Potential, and other spiritual and religious movements.

Ballard (Paul C.) papers

Minutes, correspondence, bylaws, proposals, reports, financial records, publicity material, clippings, photographs, microcassettes, and other material documenting the activities and history of the gay and lesbian student organization at the University of Southern California, 1971-1993, from former president and alumni advisor...

Ballard (Stan V.) Personal Photo Collection

Stan V. Ballard served with the 100th Bomb Group during the Second World War. He was a crew member on Boeing B-17 Fortresses.

Ballet Folklorico de Stanford Records

Collection includes programs, clippings, correspondence, flyers, and posters, 1974-93 and 2008; photographs, 1973-1992; and DVD copies of filmed performances, 1984-93. The records folder for 1991-92 includes the Twenty Year Commemorative Booklet.

Ballet Folklórico de la Universidad de California, Riverside collection

The collection consists of items related to El Ballet Folklórico de la Universidad de California, Riverside (UCR), which is a student group founded in 1988 dedicated to preserving and promoting Mexican culture at UCR and in the local community through...

Ballet Pacifica scrapbooks, photographs, and ephemera

Scrapbooks filled with newspaper clippings and photographs, correspondence and ephemera pertaining to the Ballet Pacifica dance company.

Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo Press Clipping Scrapbooks

This collection consists of two scrapbooks containing the press clippings of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo's 1947 and 1956-1957 seasons. The clippings are mostly from American and Canadian newspapers and are in English and French.

Ballets Russes Collection

The Ballets Russes Collection traces the history of Serge Diaghilev's Ballets Russes and its various offshoots, including de Basil and Blum's Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo, the Original Ballet Russe, and Massine and Denham's Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo. Each...

Ballin (Hugo) papers

Hugo Ballin (1879-1956) was born in New York City. He began his Hollywood career creating motion picture sets for Samuel Goldwyn and later worked as a director and producer. He ultimately gave up his film career to focus on art...

Ballitore [Ireland] Collection

Mainly correspondence of the Irish Quaker Shackleton, Leadbeater, and Barrington families of Ballitore, Ireland. Includes material relating to Edmund Burke.

Balloon Newspaper Epoch

This microfilm contains documents; cartoons; work of the "coocoo poopoo & peepee novelty co."; clippings related to an exhibit at McHenry Library, University of California, Santa Cruz; photographs of the artists; and issues of , , , , and .

Ballou (C.E.D.) scrapbooks

This collection consists of two scrapbooks belonging to C.E.D. Ballou, a student at the University of Southern California's College of Liberal Arts in the 1890s.

Ballou (Sylvester A.) Papers

The collection consists primarily of the letters of California State legislator Sylvester Ballou (1828-1899), to various members of his family, assorted poems and public addresses prepared by Ballou, and his 1878 diary kept after the Ballous moved to Naperville, Illinois....

The balls are rolling - clear the track [graphic] : a cartoon for the John C. Frémont presidential campaign of 1856.

Cartoon depicts large balls bearing the names of northern states rolling across the opposition. Banner bears the names Fremont/Dayton, and a rainbow carries the motto: Free soil, free speech, free press, free men, & Fremont. Issues allluded to include: railroad...

Balmer School and La Jolla Country Day School

The Balmer School and La Jolla Country Day Collection is made up of photographs and archival material collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference. The Collection contains material reflecting the...

Balnicke (Janelle) Collection

The Janelle Balnicke Collection, 1980-1995, consists primarily of research, script and production materials from the 1980 documentary series Cosmos and the 1987 television documentary The Hero’s Journey: The World of Joseph Campbell.

Balsas Valley Navigation and Improvement Company. Documents

Documents related to the Balsas Valley Navigation and Improvement Company (Compania de Navegacio y Mejoras del Valle y Rio Balsas Mexico) that operated a navigation concession on the Balsas River in the Mexican states of Michoacan and Guerrero from 1909...

Balser (Bob) papers

Bob Balser has been involved in animation production and direction since the 1950s. The collection consists of production-related material for animated projects produced by Bob Balser and his animation studio Pegbar, a small amount of material documenting Balser's involvement with...

Balsley (Horace Clyde) Personal Papers

Primarily, this collection focuses on Balsley’s service as a member of the Lafayette Escadrille. A significant item is a reprint of Balsley’s war-time diary. This collection contains many newspaper clippings concerning injuries sustained when his airplane was shot down in...

Balsley World War I Collection

Photos of war scenes in France, collected by Dr. John A. Balsley, Capt., U.S. Army, who served in England and France. circa 1914-1918

Balter (Sam) papers

Sam Balter was a sportscaster, hosting feature sports commentary on the Mutual Network and sports columnist for the Los Angeles Herald-Express. The collection consists of materials related to Sam Balter's career, including scripts from his KLAC radio sports program One...

Bal'termants (D.) photographs

Depicts Soviet leaders.

Baltz (Lewis) Archive

American photographer and author Lewis Baltz first gained recognition as one of the key figures in the New Topographic Movement of the late 1970s, pioneering an approach to photography that refused to glorify industrial process, revealing instead landscapes blighted by...

Baltz (Lewis) notebooks and ephemera

The collection of ephemera and notebooks from photographer Lewis Baltz gives insight to his public exhibitions and daily life between 1987-2011. The ephemera documents Baltz's group and solo exhibitions, while notebooks dating from 1995-2005 present a detailed overview of Baltz's...

Balunsat (Dalisay Bocobo) Filipiniana collection

Publicity surrounding activities of San Francisco's Filipino Americans.

Balykov (V. P.) speech

Calls for patriotic unity among Russians in the struggle against bolshevism in Russia.

Balzano (Michael P.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1972-1973

Michael P. Balzano, Jr. was a White House Staff Assistant. He worked in the office of Charles W. Colson on labor and ethnic matters. Balzano served as a liaison between the Nixon Administration and various segments of the population including...

Balzer and Annis family papers and photographs, 1888-1960.

Photographs; pages from a family photo album; wedding invitations; and the ketubah of Julius Balzer and Augusta Marks signed by the rabbi of San Francisco's Congregation Sherith Israel, Falk Vidaver.

Balzer (Robert Lawrence) Papers

Robert Lawrence Balzer was a wine writer, wine educator, and restaurateur. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, writing drafts, news clippings, awards and certificates, artwork, and assorted materials relating to wine. There are also documents focusing on the country of Cambodia...

Ban (Takeshi) Papers

Takeshi Ban was an Issei congregational minister from Kumamoto prefecture, and a president of the Pacific Society of Religious Education. The collection consists of documents, publications, and phonographs records, and 3D objects spanning from 1902 to 1986. The film portion...

Banam (A.) collection

Printed copy of treaty between the head of the autonomous government of Azerbaijan and the commander-in-cheif of the Tabriz garrison, 12 December 1945.

Banco Minero de Chihuahua records, 1899-1911.

Contains 345 receipts for supplies, services, and hardware from 65 firms, most located in the United States. The dated receipts, likely removed from the original receipt book, are in individual sleeves with business letterhead staionery of the firm and with...

Bancroft Company of New York records.

Includes bill of sale from H.H. Bancroft to the Bancroft Company of New York (dated November 10, 1896), leases, financial records, a document proposing the incorporation of the Bancroft Company of New York (dated May 26, 1896), prospectus for Chronicles...

Bancroft Family Papers

A small collection of family papers of book dealer and historian Hubert Howe Bancroft (1832-1918). The collection consists of letters from his first wife, Emily Ketchum, to her family, 1859-1869; and to her sister, Mrs. Coit, 1860-1869. It also includes...

Bancroft family papers, 1844-1882.

Volume 1, Letters written by Emily (Ketchum) Bancroft to her family, 1844-1868, including, also two letters, October 20 & 26, 1864, from H.H. Bancroft to Mrs. Ketchum.

Bancroft family papers, approximately 1869-1903.

Letterpress copybook of Hubert Howe Bancroft, 1869-1876, containing several letters concerning his publication and book collecting activities; letters from H.H. Bancroft to individuals, in particular his immediate family; miscellaneous receipts and legal documents, and related correspondence.

Bancroft (Hubert H.) Papers: Additions

Correspondence manuscripts, clippings, stationery, photographs, scrapbook, reviews and obituaries pertaining to Bancrofts work and The History Company.

Bancroft, Hubert Howe Correspondence relating to the history of Oregon, 1863-1889.

Letters from Daniel Chaplin (1884); J.F. Ellis (1884); William F. Hill (1863); John Cunningham Kelton (1884); Asahel Bush (1888); Samuel A. Clark per Son (1882); D.W. Craig (1889); Joseph W. Marsh (1888); A. Noltner (1882); W.H. Odell (1882); and C.H....

Bancroft (Hubert Howe) Papers

This collection includes biographical accounts of Hubert Howe Bancroft’s life. One is written by his brother, Albert Little Bancroft, and the other by his nephew, W.B. Bancroft. This folder also includes numerous articles, mostly from San Francisco newspapers in the...

The Bancroft Library : historical views.

Contains photos of exhibits, social evens, speakers and attendees; dates and locations are not identified. Several views of the Bancroft Library building on Valencia Street in San Francisco are also included.

Bancroft Library Manuscript Collections Guide

Volume 1 edited by Dale L. Morgan and George P. Hammond. Volume 2 edited by G. P. Hammond....

Bancroft Library manuscript miscellany.

Manuscripts on a variety of topics brought together for storage purposes. Most now cataloged individually; search under title: Bancroft Library manuscript miscellany.

Bancroft Library oral history transcripts

Collection consists of volumes of individually catalogued, tape recorded, and transcribed reminiscences of persons living in California. Interviewees include Peter J. Shields, Francis Peloubet Farquhar, Horace Marden Albright, Ida Sproul, Oscar Lewis, Joseph Russell Knowland, Ira Brown Cross, James D....

Bancroft Library Picture Drawer Miscellany

Photographic prints, photographic copy prints, prints, illustrations clipped from published sources, postcards, and other pictorial material chiefly relating to the history of California or the American West.

Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office interview transcripts

Photocopied transcripts of interviews of California state government officials, politicians, and political observers, relating to Ronald Reagan and California state politics and government during his gubernatorial administration (1967-1974). Interviews conducted by the Regional Oral History Office. Includes some background material...

Bancroft (Margaret Wood) Collection, 1929-1945

The Margaret Wood Bancroft Collection consists of one box of archival material including correspondence, a photographic album documenting the 1930 expedition cruise of the Gulf of California, an expedition to the Sierra San Pedro Mártir in 1935, manuscript materials, and...

Bancroft miscellaneous newspaper clippings, 1860-1906 (bulk 1860-1890)

Topics include domestic economy, electricity, health, industry and commerce, newspapers and publishing, railway systems of the Southwest, the 1906 earthquake in San Francsico, science, silk, and transportation engineering (railroads, canals, etc.)

Bancroft (Philip) Collection

Speeches by Philip Bancroft and printed material about him and his candidacy for United States Senator.

Bancroft (Philip) Papers

This collection contains correspondence relating primarily to Bancroft's political activities as a member of the Republican Party, the Progressive Party, and as an unsuccessful candidate for United States Senator. Principal correspondents include Hubert Howe Bancroft, Herbert Hoover, Hiram Johnson, Edgar...

Bancroft, Philip Photographs of California Delegates to the Progressive National Convention, Chicago.

Two oversize prints are formal group portraits of California delegates to the 1912 Progressive National Convention in Chicago in support of that party's presidential candidate, Theodore Roosevelt. Among those pictured are then-California Governor Hiram Johnson (the Progressive candidate for Vice-President),...

Bancroft Reference Notes

Reference notes concern California biography, discovery amd exploration, description of counties, California Indians, mines and mining, Chinese in California, commerce, history and politics, the military, and shipping and navigation.

Bancroft reference notes : bibliography : mss, ca. 1870-1890.

Bibliographical reference citations, sorted by mostly by general subjects (with some by author), chiefly relating to Mexico, along with some other western states. Works cited date from 1550 to 1890s.

Bancroft Reference Notes for British Columbia and Alaska

Consists of bibliographic and research notes pertaining to and used in the preparation of the (volume 32) and the (volume 33), part of Hubert Howe Bancroft's 39-volume published between 1882-1890.

Bancroft Reference Notes for California

Consists of bibliographic and research notes pertaining to and used in the preparation of the (volumes 18-24), (vol. 34) and (vol. 25), nine volumes of Hubert Howe Bancroft's 39-volume, published between 1882-1890.

Bancroft Reference Notes for Central America

Consists of bibliographic and reference notes pertaining to and used in preparation of v. 6-8 of Hubert Howe Bancroft's History of the Pacific states of North America. His research notes track the initial contact by Europeans with the land and...

Bancroft Reference Notes for Mexico

Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft collection. Consists of bibliographic and research notes pertaining to and used in the , volumes 9-14, part of Hubert Howe Bancroft's, published between 1882-1890.

Bancroft reference notes for the western states, excluding California

Consists of bibliographic and research notes pertaining to and used in preparation of v. 25-31 of Hubert Howe Bancroft's History of the Pacific states of North America. His research notes track the settlement and development by Europeans and American pioneers...

Bancroft (William Dutton) Notebook

A pocket notebook (100 pages) belonging to William Bancroft Dutton (born 1848).

Bancroft-Howe family album [graphic]

Cartes de visite album containing portraits of the Bancroft and Howe families. Individuals identified by captions, but many, including portraits of Hubert Howe Bancroft, are missing from album.

Banda (George) Papers

George Banda was the owner of Club Dori and Le Disque and was active in the Tavern Guild. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, materials related to the Tavern Guild, anti-venereal disease (VD) flyers produced by San Francisco's City Clinic and...

Bandel (Eugene) Papers

Certificates, correspondence, photographs....

Bandelier, Fanny Ritter. Letters to Dr. Leslie A. White : Nashville, Tenn., 1935-1936.

Mainly concerning the location of her husband's letters to Lewis H. Morgan, his friendship with Morgan, and his conversion to Catholicism.

Bandini de Baker (Arcadia) Photographs, 1904

A group of seven photographs: Arcadia Bandini de Baker (1825-1912) and members of her family, taken in 1904; a photograph of her summer home in Santa Monica; a photograph of Kate Sullivan, Bandini's personal assistant for many years.

Bandini Family Papers

Juan Bandini (1800-59) was one of the most prominent men of his time in Southern California. He amassed a fortune through merchandising, farming, and stockraising. One of his daughters married the biggest land owner and rancher in Southern California at...

Bandini (Franco) papers

Correspondence, writings, notes, and printed matter, relating to aspects of twentieth-century Italian history, especially fascism and Italian participation in World War II.

Bandini-Winston Family Collection

This collection consists of business correspondence, ephemera, estate and land papers related to the Bandini, Couts, and Winston families in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Bandura (Albert) papers

The materials include article reprints authored by Albert Bandura....

Bandy (David) Papers

David Bandy, a gay white man, was a party and event producer and an activist in the 1970s and 1980s in San Francisco. The collection contains posters, photographs, slides, ephemera, press material, correspondence and awards documenting events produced by Bandy’s...

Bane (Suda Lorena) galley proofs

Relates to World War I relief activities of the American Relief Administration and United States Food Administration. Edited by S. L. Bane and Ralph Haswell Lutz. Published (Stanford, 1943). Includes annotations.

Bane (Tom) Papers

The Tom Bane Papers consist of 5 cubic feet of textual records that cover the years 1975-1984. The records are organized into one record series: Bill Files, 1975-1984.

Bangle & Chase daybooks : Alameda County, Calif., 1871-1876.

Bound daily accounting books for a house and sign painting business owned by Edward Bangle and George Chase containing daily entries for expenses and income involving labor and painting supplies. The earlier volume begins in Brooklyn [i.e. Oakland], California and...

Bangs, E. Geoffrey collection

The E. Geoffrey Bangs collection consists almost entirely of black and white photographs documenting numerous Bay Area residential and commercial buildings. The photographs also include images of UC Berkeley buildings. Some of the photographs in the collection may be for...

Bangs, Jean Murray. Photographs of Bernard Maybeck buildings.

Photographs show buildings designed by Bernard Maybeck, mainly in California. Also includes portraits of Bernard Maybeck.

Bangs (John A.) collection of George Edwin Burnell and Mary Lamoreaux Burnell lectures

George Edwin Burnell (1863-1948) was a religious educator, and an authority on metaphysical subjects and sacred literature. Mimeographed transcripts of his lectures sold well enough to go into multiple editions. He was also the president and director of the California...

Bangs-Uro y Lozano collection, 1821-1835.

Correspondence between Samuel Bangs, first printer of the provinces of Nuevo León and Tamaulipas, with José Alejandro Uro y Lozano, another printer, relating mainly to the sale of printing presses and type to the latter. The imprints include an advertisement...

Banham (Reyner) Papers

British-born architectural historian and critic, educator, and editor, 1922-1988. The collection contains draft manuscripts, printed material and research notes for eight of Banham's published books, for unpublished projects, and many articles and reviews related to the history of architecture and...

Bank notes used during the French Revolution, 1791-1792.

No. 59 in France, miscellaneous letters and documents collection.

[Bank of California blotter cards on the history of San Francisco].

Set of prints, mounted on blotter paper cards, chiefly illustrating the early history of San Francisco. Also represented is the early history of the broader San Francisco Bay Area and other regions in California. Each card pertains to a different...

Bank of Finance Records

Materials documenting the history of the Bank of Finance in South Los Angeles, the first African American-owned, operated, and state-chartered commercial bank, founded in 1964. The collection primarily includes photographic materials, yet contains an ample amount of printed materials, old...

Bank of Orange Cash Account Book

This collection contains a cash account book of the Bank of Orange (or Orange Bank) beginning in 1887.

Bank of the United States check, 1834 July 30

. One check for $34.25, payable to E. B. Gardette, signed by Richard Ashhurst & Sons. Philadelphia. 30 July 1834.

Bank of United States receipts, 1822-1838.

Three receipts from the Bank of the United States. The first one dated December 24, 1822 from Washington, D.C. is $343.55 paid to and signed by Senator John C. Calhoun from Thomas March & Co. The second receipt is dated...

Bank of Willows records

The collection consists of volumes of the Bank of Willows, a town and county (county seat) in Glenn County, California. The record books cover the years 1880-1905 and include journals (1890-1902); cash books (1880-1890); ledger (1880-1887); bills receivable register and...

Bankowski (Raymond A.) Papers

The Raymond A. Bankowski Papers include research notes, laboratory and pathology data, reports, reprints, awards, correspondence, and slides related to Ray Bankowski's work in infectious disease in poultry and swine.

Banks and banking in California [graphic]

Views of various banks and financial firms in California, exteriors and interiors; also includes photographs of coinage and bank certificates.

Banks (Charles E.) Papers

Bay area blues musician and artist Charles E. Banks (1938-2000) was born Charles Edward Banks in Taylorville, Illinois, December 4, 1938. The Charles E. Banks Papers include assorted biographical material, concert flyers, posters, programs, song lists, club advertisements, entertainment calendars,...

Banks (Della Murray) Papers on Yukon Alaska

This collection consists of a typed manuscript and images created by Della Murray Banks of her 1899 trip to Yukon, Alaska. Collection also includes issues of magazine from 1945-1946 and a letter from the magazine's Associate Editor Ethel M. Dassow...

Banks (Harvey O.) papers

The Harvey O. Banks Papers consist of files dating from his work as a consultant for water control, on water quality and management projects, in various water rights hearings and court cases, as well as allocation and planning / projections...

Banks (John B.) Papers

Letters, receipts and notices largely concerning John B. Banks' memberships in the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, and claims by him against the Southern Pacific Railroad and the Brotherhoods for pay and seniority.

Banks (John T.) Collection

The consists of a scrapbook of the design, construction, and dedication of the CSUN "spaghetti letters" sculpture located on the corner of Nordhoff St. and Zelzah Ave., and a single unlabeled video. Please note that several of the images can...

Banks (Joseph) correspondence

6 autographed letters signed from Joseph Banks to various correspondents including E.A.J. Anisson; Samuel Glasse, 1735-1812; J.J.H. La Billardiere, 1755-1834; Samule Lysons, 1763-1819; and John Symmons, d. 1832.

Banks of San Diego : ms., 1886.

Experiences as a resident of San Diego from 1869; mainly as a banker.

Banks of Wheatland collection, 1870-1930.

The Banks of Wheatland Collection (c. 1870 1930) contains an assortment of wills, deeds, insurance policies, and mortgages done through, or for, The Farmers Bank of Wheatland and The Bank of Italy, Wheatland Branch. Alongside these documents are also a...

Banks (Sir Joseph) Correspondence

Collection of 6 autographed letters signed on miscellaneous topics including: 1. 1783 September 6: to E.A.J. Annisson thanking him for his gift to the Royal Society but also noting the resolution made some years ago regarding "not admitting any more...

Banks, Sir Joseph papers

This collection contains approximately 10,000 documents by and/or relating to Sir Joseph Banks. These items document the immense scope of Banks' activities in the world of science, exploration, and the growth of the British Empire's trade and commerce.

Banks (Steve) photographs

The Steve Banks photographs span the years 1977-1999 and encompass 4.3 linear feet. The collection consists of more than 1,000 items, including black-and-white prints and color and black-and-white slides. The material is comprised of biography portraits of motion picture artists,...

Banks(Joseph)Collection, 1770-1812

This collection contains approximately 10,000 documents by and relating to Sir Joseph Banks. These items document the immense scope of Banks' activities during a pivotal point in British history.

[Banner and political buttons from the Data Center records].

Printed buttons pertaining to various political issues of the 1970s to the 2000s. Also includes cloth banner printed with logo of Data Center and text: Providing information in the public interest.

Banner (Bob) collection

This collection consists of the scripts of American producer, writer, and director Bob Banner (1921-2011).

Banner Mining and Milling Company records : Silver City, Idaho, 1905-1941.

Reflecting a transfer of stock from Sarah K. Lamb by Dickson Q. Brown, 1934; with 29 stock certificates signed by T.S. Heer and (Peter) Steele.

Banning Collection, ca. late 19th-early 20th century

Photograph album. Many photographs are identified "JBB" possibly for Joseph Brent Banning. Includes construction of Banning family home in Wilmington, California; Banning family; San Pedro harbors; ships; and Canal Street. Some Hancock Banning papers. circa 1877-1930, undated

Banning Company Records

This collection consists of business records chiefly to the Banning Company, founded by Phineas Banning (1830-1885) in Los Angeles, California. There are also records of the various subsidiary firms of the Banning Company, as well as Banning family letters, and...

Banning Company Records, Addenda I

This collection consists of business papers and correspondence related to the Banning Company of Southern California and its subsidiaries, particularly the Santa Catalina Island Company, as well as personal papers and correspondence created by members of the Banning, Patton, Glassell,...

Banning Company Records, Addenda II

The collection consists of correspondence, business and financial papers, family notes, bound volumes, and ephemera related to the Banning family of Southern California, chiefly dating from 1854-1944, that was collected by Katharine Stewart Banning.

Banning Family and Residence Museum Collection

The Banning Family and Residence Museum Collection documents the activities, programs, and events of the General Phineas Banning Residence Museum, located in Wilmington, California between 1860 and 2020. The Collection also contains a small amount of materials related to the...

Banning Family Collection of Photographs, Part I

The Banning Family Collection of Photographs, Part I, contains photographs, glass plate negatives, and one scrapbook collected by the Banning Family of Southern California and depicting various family members, friends, and family properties (both residential and commercial), with an emphasis...

Banning Family Collection of Photographs, Part II

The Banning Family Collection of Photographs, Part II, contains 1204 photographs and 23 photograph albums collected by the Banning family of Southern California from 1814 to 1979 (bulk 1880-1920). The three most substantial categories of images in this collection are...

Banning Library District Local History Collection

The Banning Library District Local History Collection consists of materials documenting the history of the San Gorgonio Pass from the 1880s to the Present. Included in these materials are photographs, newspapers and newspaper clippings, telephone books, Banning High School annuals,...

Bannon (Ann) Papers

Ann Bannon wrote the Beebo Brinker novels, a series of influential lesbian pulp paperbacks, which were published in the 1950s and early 1960s. The papers contain original manuscripts, correspondence and financial records, interviews, essays, reviews, photographs, and audiovisual materials.

Banowsky (William S.) Papers

The collection contains professional and personal papers of William S. Banowsky dating from 1926 to 2012. The bulk of the materials range from 1955 to 1990 and document his professional involvement with Pepperdine University, the University of Oklahoma, Gaylord Broadcasting...

Banque de France typescript and printed report

Relates to the activities of the Bank of France in 1937.

Bao (Daniel) Collection of LGBT Asian/Pacific Islander Materials

This collection includes organizational records, an Indonesian periodical, a play ("Tea Anyone?"), AIDS education materials and ephemera from a variety of LGBT Asian/Pacific Islander (API) groups. Notable are materials from the very short-lived Organization of Lesbian and Gay Asians (OLGA)...

Baptismal Certificate for Alvin Arlom

Baptismal Certificate for Alvin Arlom (SAFR 17122, HDC 275) is dated 1913 and in German. The item is available for research use without restriction.

Baraka (Amiri) papers

Amiri Baraka (1934-2014) was the founder and editor of the literary journals and . An outspoken public intellectual, he was the author of poetry, plays, novels, and essays. The collection consists of poetry manuscripts and correspondence submitted to Baraka while...

Baraka (Imamu Amiri) speech

Delivered at a meeting at the University of Cincinnati sponsored by its United Black Association.

Baran (Nicole) Papers

Materials related to the course developed by Nicole Baran, FEMST 138/238 (FEMGEN 138/238): Violence Against Women: Theories, Issues and Prevention, and materials related to the nonprofit created by Nicole Baran, the Center for Relationship Abuse Awareness (founded 2005). Includes outside...

Baran (Paul Alexander) Papers

Correspondence, writings and audio recordings of Paul A. Baran.

Baran (Paul) papers

Included are papers from Baran's time at RAND, Institute for the Future, CableData Associates, Comprint, Equatorial Communications, Telebit, Packet Technologies, Stratacom, Metricom, Interfax, Com21, Rosum, as well as numerous public service committees and non-profit organizations.

Baranco (Arnold Vernon) Papers

The Arnold Vernon Baranco papers include newspaper clippings, correspondence, yearbooks, WPA musical programs and photographs related to the life and musical activities of Arnold Vernon Baranco. The collection is organized into three series: biographical, teaching activities, musical activities, and photographs....

Baranovich (M.) papers

Writings, letters, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian samizdat literature, and to the Russian writers Boris Pasternak and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.

Barantseff (George E.) collection

Printed matter, photographs, memorabilia, and miscellany, relating to aspects of Russian imperial, military and émigré history.

Barat College Blueprint collection

This collection contains blueprints for Barat College's Old Main building and buildings added in the 1950s.

Barati (George) Papers

Contains biographical material, correspondence, writings and speeches, concert programs, scores, photographs, recordings, posters, and miscellaneous materials documenting Maestro George Barati's professional career as a conductor, composer, cellist and music educator.

Baratov (N. N.) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, diaries, reports, military documents, maps, clippings, and printed matter relating to Russian military activities in Persia and the Caucasus during World War I, and to the Russian Revolution. Digital copies of select records also available at

Barbara A. Atkinson collection of TecNICA records, circa 1984-1990.

Contains records of TecNICA member Barbara Atkinson including memos, policies, correspondence, programs, fliers, handouts, membership lists, newsletters and other documents relating to TecNICA; correspondence of Barbara Atkinson including letters to and from friends and family while working in Nicaragua for...

Barbara Berendzen oral history, 1994

Interviews with Barbara Berendzen, a family member featured in one of Virginia Satir's filmed family reconstruction workshops. The oral history traces the family history since the reconstruction, in an attempt to assess the Satir Model as a form of family...

Barbara Eastman collection concerning Columbia and Tuolumne County, California, circa 1848-1874.

Typescript notes, transcripts, and other items compiled circa 1950s concerning the history of the area and pioneer residents covering 1848-1874. Includes a Columbia Registry of Deaths from the period.

Barbara Kingsolver collection, 1993

Publisher's publicity letter and 5x7 b/w glossy photograph, laid in signed uncorrected proof copy of American author Barbara Kingsolver's Pigs in Heaven (Spec PS3561.I496 P539 1993). Alpha list.

[Barbara Klutnis photographs of an outlaw biker wedding party].

Scenes from a wedding party involving Sacramento biker gang The Kinsmen.

Barbara Morgan collection

Barbara Brooks Morgan (1900-1992) was an accomplished designer, author, artist, and photographer. She is best known for her photographs of American modern dancers, among them, Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey, Pearl Primus, Jose Limon, and Charles Weidman. She attended UCLA and...

Barbara S. Uehling oral history, circa 1994

Interviewer: David E. Russell, [1994?]. Interviewee(s): Barbara S. Uehling. Transcript: ?

Barbara Sue Dean Smith Febe's Vest

A leather studded vest from Febe's bar in San Francisco, gifted to Barbara Sue Dean Smith by Donald Meatte and Bill Barker in 1972.

Barbara Woolsey letters from Carol H. Brown and Beth Ainsworth : ALS and TLS, 1970 April-May, n.d.

Notes are responses to questions posed by Barbara Woolsey about John Steinbeck's literary career and associations. They are from Steinbeck's first wife Carol H. (Mrs. William B.) Brown and his sister Beth (Mrs. Eugene D.) Ainsworth.

Barbara Zelinsky photograph albums and scrapbook.

Photograph albums and scrapbooks document the early life and family Barbara Zelinsky up to her honeymoon with Robert Zelinsky. Early albums show Barbara's parents, Rachel Rutherford Hortop and Leopold Levy, and other family (especially Hortop). These early views include the...

Barbary Coast Boating Club "The Masthead"

A newsletter that documents the activities of a boating club for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in the San Francisco Bay area and surrounding counties.

Barbary Coast Cloggers Records

Scrapbooks, photographs, administrative records, correspondence, clippings, and ephemera documenting the activities of the Barbary Coast Cloggers, a gay men’s clogging group, in the 1980s and early 1990s. Among the events documented are Cloggers performances at the 1988 San Francisco Ethnic...

Barbary Coast, Yosemite, and other California views.

Mostly views of Barbary Coast neighborhood (San Francisco, Calif.) taverns, theaters, dance halls, and other establishments, many with crowds in front of them. Includes views of the Thalia, the Midway, Purcell's, and Sheehan's Tavern. Older views show Yosemite, an Indian...

Barbe (Angelika) writings

Journal articles, and a radio address, relating to German politics and the legacy of the East German state.

Barbe (Henri) typescript

Relates to the French communist movement.

Barber (Alfred E.) Papers

The collection contains a diary, documents, 7 carte de visite photographs, and leather document case of Alfred E. Barber, a Civil War Union lieutenant, New York Infantry, 141st Regiment (Vol), Company G, ca. 1863-1864. Barber was the great uncle of...

Barber (Alvin B.) papers

Correspondence, reports, and memoranda, relating to Polish railways, coal, oil, and timber resources, Danzig, and Upper Silesia.

Barber (Charles) papers on Siloti

Research papers of Charles Barber for two of his publications on Alexander Siloti: Lost in the Stars (https://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/4807486) and The Alexander Siloti Collection (https://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/5462577)....

Barber Family Papers

Family papers including photographs, correspondence, legal and financial documents, diaries, maps, clippings, and ephemera. Subjects focus on family activities including life in Santa Barbara, California, trips to London and Cocos Island, and general family history....

Barber (Leland A.) Papers

Papers include lecture notes from dental school, photographs, certificates, and fraternal and other society pins....

Barber School of Speech scrapbook

The Barber School of Speech scrapbook contains clippings, announcements, programs, notes, cards, and other types of printed ephemera, 1901-1980 (bulk 1922-1940), collected by Julia Barber, founder and director of the school. The scrapbook documents the activities of Mrs. Barber, a...

Barber's Company membership : and related material : 1845 and 1962.

Concerns his admittance into the Barber's Company (London) in 1845 including the registry notation (Book H, October 21, 1845), Oath of every freeman of the City of London, and excerpts of a letter from Doris Webster (granddaughter) to Fred Anderson...

Barbie (Klaus) pre-trial records

Trial instruction, including depositions and exhibits, in the case of Klaus Barbie before the Tribunal de grande instance de Lyon, relating to German war crimes in France during World War II. Photocopy.

Barbieri photo album.

Compiled by Anthony A. Barbieri.

Barbour (George B.) papers

Correspondence, photographs, post cards, drawings, and a film relating to political and social conditions in China, missionary service in China, and university education in China.

Barclay (Andrew James) Photographs and Papers

Photograph albums depicting construction work on several projects for which Mr. Barclay was Southern Pacific’s supervising field engineer. Personal and business papers going back to Mr. Barclay's childhood.

Barclay (H. A.) Papers

Papers of 19th century Los Angeles lawyer Henry A. Barclay.

Barclay (Thomas Swain) Papers

Correspondence, ephemera, photographs and scrapbooks relating to the American political process, student government at Stanford, and his teaching activities. Includes some correspondence from James Farley.

Barclay's Fort, New Mexico.

Drawings and paintings of Barclay's Fort (New Mexico) and surrounding area. Includes the fort, buffalo cows and calves, a landscape with Barclay's horse and dog, a plowman and team at work, and a mounted "New Mexican."

Barcza Nagyalasonyi (Gyorgy) papers

Relates to Hungarian foreign relations, especially with the Vatican and Great Britain, the Hungarian entry into World War II, Hungarian diplomacy during the war, and secret negotiations between Hungary and the Allied Powers in Switzerland, 1943-1945. Also available on microfilm...

Bard (Carla M.) papers

This collection contains articles, reports, correspondences and legal documents gathered by Carla M. Bard. Bard was an environmental activist and expert on water quality issues. She was the first woman to serve as a chairperson on the California State Water...

Bard (Cephas Little) collection

Cephas Little Bard, born April 7, 1843 in Pennsylvania, was a well-known physician and prominent citizen of Ventura County in the late 19th century. Bard co-founded Ventura's first hospital and was also a prominent medical researcher. His collection of curios...

Bard family papers, 1851-1864

The Bard family is one of the most influential families in Ventura County history. The family moved to the area from Pennsylvania by Thomas R. Bard in the 1860s. He was soon followed by his brother, Cephas "Little" Bard, who...

Bard (Leland) Collection on Michael Seyfrit

Musical compositions and published writings by composer Michael Seyfrit (1947-1994), including four instrumental compositions, a guide to the Dayton C. Miller Flute Collection at the Library of Congress, and the piano and vocal scores and other materials relating to the...

Bard, Thomas Biograph

one brief description of Thomas Bard

Bard (Thomas Robert) Papers

Letters and business records of California Senator Thomas Robert Bard.

Bardacke (Frank) Watsonville Canneries Strike Records

The Frank Bardacke Watsonville Canneries Strike Collection consists of materials collected by Bardacke, one of the founders of the Watsonville chapter of Teamsters for a Democratic Union (TDU) and a resident of that community since the early 1970s, who was...

Bardell Fototone Miniatures Photographs of Stanford University

Collection consists of a published sets of small photographs of Stanford University with their original paper cases. Images include various views of the inner quad, quad arcades, Roble Hall, the student union, the Museum, the Mausoleum, and the angel of...

Barden Architectural Drawings Collection

Collection consists of architctural drawings of residential and commercial sites in the Sacramento region (Land Park and Rancho Murietta areas) by by John H. Barden and M. M. Barden.

Bardin family papers : ms., 1855-1870.

Typed transcript of diary of a pioneer (1855) by James Bardin describing his overland journey from Independence, Missouri, to Yreka, California.

Bardin (William) collection

Mourning badge commemorating the death of Abraham Lincoln, 1865; issue of the American Union, August 25, 1865; issue of the New York Herald, April 15, 1865; 1899 soldier's letter from the Philippines, 1899; World War I Liberty Loan poster; and...

Bardsdale Ranch Materials

A collection of financial, tax, and bank papers

Barela (Tim) Leonard and Larry comic strips

Original ink comic strips and cover art from , 1983-2003, a gay comic strip created and written by Tim Barela. debuted in the pages of in 1984, and was regularly featured in the (1988-1990) and (1990-2002) magazines.

Barfoed (Janus) collection

The Janus Barfoed collection spans the years circa 1914-1954 and encompasses approximately 62 linear feet and 1 poster. The collection is comprised of clippings and ephemera, lobby cards, press sheets, and photographs related to American B-Western films. The material in...

Bargatzky (Walter) typescript

Relates to the plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler.

Barger (Ralph L.) Pullman Company Collection

This collection is comprised of Pullman Company corporate records collected by historian Ralph Barger. Includes correspondence, blank forms, requisition forms, property ownership documents, car and equipment forms and other documents.

Barham (E. G.) Papers

These papers include correspondence (professional and personal), field notes, dive notes, reading notes, class materials, articles, and photographs from deep sea dives and aerial surveys of dolphins.

Barich (Bill) Papers

Bill Barich is the author of: (1980), (1984), (1987), (1994), and (1997). The collection contains his writing journals, manuscripts and published versions of his writings, promotional materials about his works, as well as literary and editorial correspondence.

Baringer, James Carlisle Oral History

Oral history of the Barringer Family

Bark (Dennis L.) papers

Correspondence, writings, memoranda, reports, meeting materials, and printed matter, relating to activities of the United States Institute of Peace to promote international peace, to political conditions in Europe and especially in Germany, and to American-European relations.

Barker arms and crest, circa early 20th century

Found item, provenance unknown. Alpha list - title only. Oversize boxed.

Barker (Burt Brown) papers

Correspondence, phonotapes, and school catalogs, relating to Herbert Hoover's youth, early schooling, and mining career in Australia. Includes correspondence between Herbert Hoover and B. B. Barker.

Barker (Chester W.) Scrapbook

Scrapbook contains programs and clippings largely of theater performances and concerts, 1915-1933; and photographs of Stanford buildings and other students, as well as family photographs. Two items of note pertaining to his Stanford days are an issue of "Thumbs Up,"...

Barker (Chester W.) sheet music collection

Sheet music collected by Stanford alumnus Chester Barker.

Barker (Constance) collection

The Constance Barker collection spans the years 1935-1952 and encompasses approximately one linear foot. Most of the material has no relation to motion pictures; however, there are several letters from Lex Barker dating from the period after the couple's separation....

Barker (Desmond J.), Jr. Papers, White House Special Files, 1971-1973

This series documents Desmond J. "Des" Barker, Jr.'s activities, as a deputy of White House Counsel Charles Colson, in his role as a Special Assistant to the President.

Barker (Donald) Papers

This collection consists chiefly of legal papers dating between 1913 and 1914 that concern the film rights to "A Piece of Steak," and other stories by American author Jack London. The materials originated from the firm of Donald Barker, London's...

Barker (Horace Albert) Papers

The Horace Albert Barker Collection, 1930-1997, consists primarily of materials documenting Barker's long career in the field of Microbiology at the University of California, Berkeley. The bulk of the collection consists of research notes and reports on Barker's innovative experiments....

Barker (Jacob) Papers

This collection contains letters and documents relating to war loans to the United States Government made by New York financier and state senator Jacob Barker (1779-1871) in 1814 and subsequent claims by Barker about them. Correspondents include American statesman George...

Barkin (Elaine) musical compositions and papers

This collection primarily contains musical compositions and professional writings by composer Elaine Barkin.

Barkle Collection

Collection includes various phots by Max Fischer and C.W.J. Johnson as well as photos of views of Monterey, buildings, and sites.

Barks (Carl) Correspondence Collection

Carl Barks started drawing for Walt Disney in 1935. In 1943, he began drawing Disney stories for Western Printing and Lithography which produced the Dell and Gold Key comic books. Barks retired from the Disney Studio in 1966, but continued...

Barlow Family Collection of Manuscripts

Manuscripts, signed by European rulers and nobles and dating mostly from the 17th and 18th centuries, collected by the family of writer Jarvis Barlow and his father Dr. Walter Jarvis Barlow, both of Southern California. The bulk of the collection,...

Barlow (George W.) papers

Papers of George W. Barlow, ichthyologist, ethologist and evolutionary biologist and expert on cichlid fishes dating from 1950-2009. Includes correspondence, research files, manuscript and publication files, notebooks and binders of data sets and research studies, illustrations, photographs and slides....

Barlow (John Perry) papers

John Perry Barlow (1947–2018) was an American writer, technologist, and cattle rancher.

Barlow Medical Library construction photographs

A collection of photographs (positives and negatives) taken during the construction of the Barlow Medical Library building in Los Angeles during 1906-1907 by the architect, Robert D. Farquhar, or his associates.

Barlow Medical Library records

From 1899 a small medical library existed to serve the College of Medicine of the University of Southern California (USC) and the physicians of the city. In 1906 Dr. Walter Jarvis Barlow, a faculty member of the College of Medicine,...

Barlow (Samuel L. M.) Papers

Personal and professional papers of lawyer and Democrat Samuel L. M. Barlow.

Barlow (Walter Jarvis) American Red Cross paper

This collection contains Walter Jarvis Barlow, M.D.'s American Red Cross paper read at a dinner given to Dr. Rea Smith and the staff of the Navy Base Hospital on November 8, 1917; presented to the Library of the L.A. County...

The Barn collection (University of California, Riverside)

This collection contains posters, fliers, and other material regarding concerts held at The Barn on the University of California, Riverside campus. Posters autographed by the performers are included.

Barnabe mountain review records, 1995-2000.

Contains correspondence between the "Barnabe mountain review" editor Gerald Fleming and contributors, original typescripts, marketing materials including flyers, advertisements, cover artwork, and form letters to subscribers and writers. Also includes published issues 2-5.

Barnard (David C.) Journals

These journals “in words and drawings” document nearly 50 years in the personal, professional and artistic life of dancer, choreographer, painter, wardrobe dresser and costume designer David Clark Barnard (1937-2014).

Barnard (David) Papers

The David Barnard papers consists of a postcard image of Barnard; four drawings, in the form of memorial cards, which Barnard made to honor friends who had died; an explanatory note about the drawings; and a short autobiographical sketch of...

Barneberg (Grace E.) Papers, 1912-1953

Papers of San Luis Obispo civic leader Grace E. Barneberg, comprised of correspondence, organizational records, legal documents, newspaper clippings, photographs, and ephemera. The collection documents her official activities as president of the Monday Club and activities in regional and statewide...

Barnes (Albert D.) papers, 1892-1980.

Albert Depue Barnes was Ventura County district attorney from 1934 to 1937. Born in 1906 in California, he began practicing law in 1928. He married Annette Pearle Vehlow in 1933 in Santa Barbara, and they both lived in Ventura County...

Barnes (B.W. Grant) papers

Reports and administrative files from the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA), subject and research files, and personal papers (bulk, 1970-2000) from Attorney B.W. Grant Barnes. The collection includes extensive subject files pertaining to Barnes' research in international human rights...

Barnes (E. Richard) Papers

The dates from 1964-1972.  It consists solely of paper records.  Included in this collection are reports, correspondence, press releases and information sheets relating to Barnes' work as a member of the Natural Resources, Planning and Public Works Committee.  Also included...

Barnes (Earl) Papers

The material in this collection was part of a gift made to the Library in 1957 of books formerly belonging to Earl Barnes. Earl Barnes' son Joseph was the donor. These books and other materials, since they all dealt with...

Barnes (George) Collection

George Barnes was a popular West Coast stock performance actor during the 1920s. The collection consists of photographs, clippings, correspondence, scrapbook and ephemera related to his career.

Barnes (George W.) Papers

The George W. Barnes Papers, 1877-1879 consists of Weather Bureau reports, weather observations, and Office of the Chief Signal Officer acknowledgements regarding meterological data submitted by the San Diego Society of Natural History.

Barnes (Gerard) Collection

Eight letters dated 1850 to 1868 from Thomas Loftin, Narcissa Harison, and James Lee to various family members. Most are from Thomas Loftin in El Dorado County to family members in Mississippi. An unrelated part of the collection consists of...

Barnes (Grant) collection

Government, industry and labor publications, serial issues, newsletters, bulletins, clippings, other printed matter, statistical data, and notes, relating to social policy and labor policy in post-industrial society, and especially in Sweden.

Barnes (Grover) papers

This collection chronicles the life of Grover Barnes, the man whom Santa Barbara has dubbed "The Ambassador of Hospitality." His extraordinary charm and service as a "Bell Captain" at the Hotel Miramar Resort has made him famous in the community....

Barnes (Harry) papers

Correspondence, reports, subject files, news clippings, maps, and other papers, pertaining to: groundwater; surface water supply; water rights; litigation involving Miller & Luxand others; irrigation works; water costs; and, irrigation districts in the San Joaquin Valley, particularly San Joaquin River...

Barnes (Helene) "Travels with LSJUMB" Typescript

Typescript recollections of Stanford Band's trip to Australia, during the summer of 1988....

Barnes (Jesse W.) "Doctors of San Joaquin" Manuscript

This collection consists of some correspondence and an unpublished 345 page typescript of a history of medical practice in San Joaquin County (1847-c1947). The history contains photographs and biographies of practitioners and buildings. Barnes apparently compiled and wrote "Doctors" over...

Barnes (John W.) memoirs

Relates to various aspects of American military activities, and especially to military operations in Vietnam from 1967 to 1969, and to American military assistance to Taiwan. Photocopy.

Barnes (Martin M.) papers

This collection contains articles, slides, newsletters, correspondence, and other material on Dr. Martin M. Barnes, past University of California, Riverside, professor of entomology and plant pathology. Barnes' research was focused on the practical needs of agriculture. The bulk of the...

Barnes (Mary Ruth) Stanford Photograph Album

Album includes cyanotype images of Stanford campus, student life, and construction of campus buildings. Also included is a matted photograph of five women in academic regalia.

Barnes (William Henry) Collection of Books

The Barnes collection of rare books contains over 80 publications related to the field of spiritualism....

Barnett (Clifford) "Medicine and the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University"

Report documenting the accomplishments, problems and limitations of the Program in Medicine and the Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University.

Barnett (Frank R.) miscellaneous papers

Speeches and writings, memoranda, letters, and photographs, relating to Soviet-American relations, American foreign policy and military policy, national security, psychological warfare operations, and activities of the National Strategy Information Center.

Barnett (Jeanne) and Charlton (Ellie) papers

The Jeanne Barnett and Ellie Charlton papers relate to the Holy Union Service performed at the Sacramento Community Theater on January 16, 1999. The files are divided into five series: Series 1. Holy Union, Series 2. Personal, Series 3. Photographs,...

Barnett (Jeanne) and Ellie Charlton Collection

Materials relating to the commitment ceremony of Jeanne Barnett and Ellie Charlton, two lesbian members of St. Marks Church in Sacramento.

Barnett (Joseph M.) papers

This collection consists of the papers of American radio broadcaster Joseph M. Barnett (1900-1978).

Barnett (Joseph) Real Estate Brochure Collection

Collection includes real estate brochures and plot plans for housing developments throughout the Palos Verdes Peninsula, compiled by long time Palos Verdes Estates resident and real estate broker Joseph Barnett. The collection documents a signficant period in the development of...

Barnett (Linda D.) Collection of Materials about Bret Harte

Linda Diz Barnett is the author of (c1980). The collection consists of photocopies of articles compiled by Barnett, along with her holograph notes about articles and annotations used for her “Bret Harte: an annotated bibliography of secondary comment.”

Barnett (Meg) Collection of Lesbians Against Police Violence Records

Lesbians Against Police Violence worked against police harassment in San Francisco especially the Mission neighborhood. The papers consist of agendas, minutes, and notes of general meetings and committee meetings; skits and song lyrics; flyers and fact sheets; and a few...

Barnett-Briggs Medical Library Records

This collection contains materials relating to the creation of the Barnett-Briggs Medical Library in the 1950s and organizational records from the 1990s. It includes correspondence, meeting minutes, statistics, plans, and hospital publications.

Barney (Captain C.R.) logbook for the yawl Jester

The Captain C.R. Barney logbook for the yawl Jester (SAFR 14041, HDC 121) is comprised of one volume that records voyages made around the San Franicsco Bay from June 27, 1908 to June 20, 1909 and includes a trip to...

Barney (Hiram) Papers

This collection contains the political, business, legal, and family papers of lawyer and collector of the port of New York Hiram Barney (1811-1895) and concern a wide variety of subjects including real estate, primarily in Iowa, and New York; court...

Barnhart (Edward N.) papers

Correspondence, reports, writings, and research notes, relating to U.S. Army internal security measures during World War II directed against U.S. citizens of Japanese, Italian and German extraction. Used as research material for the book by E. N. Barnhart and Jacobus...

Barnhart (Edward N.) papers

Edward Norton Barnhart was a professor of Rhetoric at the University of California, Berkeley and also served as bibliographer for the Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement Collection there. This collection consists of copies and originals of reports, research papers, and...

Barnhart (Pat and Verne) papers

The collection includes photographs, documents, correspondence, and journals of the Barnharts and their associates, and the privately published memoir of their daughter, Dr. Jean Barnhart Jost.

Barnum (Charles R.) Collection

The Charles R. Barnum History Awards were established by a grant from Mr. Barnum in the late fall of 1952. Mr. Barnum was a realtor and insurance broker in Eureka. He was a member of the Humboldt State College Advisory...

Barnum family correspondence, 1875-1879.

Seven letters to and from Billy & Nellie Barnum in Alpine County. Mostly family letters with some references to Mr. Barnum's job with the "Pacific Rural Press" of special interest. Also of note is a letter to Nellie from her...

Barnum family correspondence, 1875-1879.

Seven letters to and from Billy & Nellie Barnum in Alpine County. Mostly family letters with some references to Mr. Barnum's job with the "Pacific Rural Press" of special interest. Also of note is a letter to Nellie from her...

Baron (Frank) Papers

The Frank Baron Papers, 1886-1994, comprises records of Baron's accomplishments as student, professor, researcher, and structural engineer. It consists of student notebooks, lecture materials, writings (published and unpublished), consulting reports, notes, calculations, correspondence, materials documenting Baron's involvement on academic and...

Baron (Salo W.)

The Baron Papers comprise the personal, professional, and research material of Salo Baron and occupy approximately 398 linear feet. As of July 1992 the papers total 714 boxes and are arranged in 11 series, including correspondence, personal/biographical, archival materials, subject,...

Baron (Salo W.) papers, 1920-1989

Manuscripts, correspondence, and financial papers of Salo W. Baron, one of the fathers of Jewish Studies. Primarily an artificial collection purchased from a bookdealer and received as a gift.

Baron (Stuart) Scrapbook

The Stuart Baron Scrapbook predominantly consists of photographs and newspaper clippings from Baron's time as a student at San Fernando Valley State College (1963-1967).

Barone, Anthony A. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from Private First Class Anthony A. Barone, United States Army, to his fiancee, Corinne Rollo (Barone) during the Second World War.

Baross (James P.) Personal Papers

The James Phillip Baross Personal Papers contains documents and objects relating to and collected by Baross during his service as a flight radio operator in World War II.

Barque John Potter accounts, 1850-1851.

Contains account book and receipts, mostly in San Francisco, of sailing Barque John Potter, captained by D.C. Mitchell.

Barr (Arthur) Collection, ca. 1970s

Photographs, negatives. Stills from commercial film-maker Barr's educational films on California history including Indians, Rancho Life, Mining, Trapping, etc., produced in the 1970s.

Barr (Donna) Papers

Materials in the document the professional career and creative process of Donna Barr. The collection includes a variety of document types including correspondence, original artwork, and research materials. A large part of the papers consist of versions of her illustrations,...

Barr (Edward Sheldon) Papers

A small collection of papers, photographs and sound recordings documenting the experiences of Edward Sheldon Barr, a crew member who participated in the MidPac Expedition of 1950 and the Capricorn Expedition of 1952.

Barr (James) Papers

Manuscripts, correspondence, clippings and photographs relating to gay author James W. Fugaté (1922-1995), who under the pseudonym James Barr, wrote the groundbreaking novel, (1950), as well as other gay-themed works, including a volume of short stories, (1951), and a play,...

Barr (Kenneth Sr.) circus collection

Programs, clippings, posters, flyers and ephemera relating to the circus.

Barragan (Luis) papers

Photographs of Luis Barragan's buildings and an exhibition brochure are accompanied by a letter from Barragan to Paul Mills at the Santa Barbara Art Museum, 1972....

Barranco Bros. vaudeville show collection, ca. 1900-1946 (bulk 1915-1925)

Collection of material related to the Barranco Bros. vaudeville show contains correspondence Murray & Co. of Chicago and the F.J. Burch Manufacturing Co. of Pueblo, Colorado (tent manufacturers) about orders. Also includes show passes and coupons, advertisements promoting the act,...

Barranco Bros. Vaudeville Show Photograph Collection

Views depict members of the Barranco family, including Vidal and Teresita Barranco and several children, in posed portraits in costume for vaudeville and circus acts. Also includes group portraits of band members....

Barre (Richard) Papers

Typescript and edited drafts, correspondence, proofs, sample chapters, as well as promotional literature and other miscellany, of a Santa Barbara area mystery writer. Also, signed first editions of his works, which are cataloged separately.

Barreda (F.) and Brother records

The F. Barreda and Brother records (SAFR 14316, HDC 61) collection consists of ten folders containing various charter agreements, receipts, bills of lading, invoices, and lists of vessels that together comprise the business records of F. Barreda and Brother, a...

Barreda (F.) and Brother records

The F. Barreda and Brother records (SAFR 14317, HDC 62) is comprised of the business records of F. Barreda and Brother, a firm that acted as agents for the government in Peru in the sale of guano to the United...

Barrera (Ian) Collection

Ian Barrera collection includes material related to the Tenderloin AIDS Resource Center (TARC), including 1 microcassette tape of an interview with Barrera and Hank Wilson, recorded Easter 2006, and 1 issue of TARCTALK newsletter, Summer 2006.

Barrett (Clifford L.) Papers

Papers of American philosophy professor and author Clifford L. Barrett.

Barrett (David D.) papers

Manuscripts of writings, correspondence, printed matter, photographs, and phonorecords, relating to the Dixie Mission and the military situation in China during World War II. Includes a coat worn in China by Colonel Barrett.

Barrett (Edward C.)

Edward Cecil "Ned" Barrett was for many years the only business officer of the California Institute of Technology and of its forerunner institution, Throop University/Polytechnic Institute. The collection contains historical and administrative documents relating to the early years of Caltech...

Barrett (Joseph H.) Correspondence

The correspondence of editor and Abraham Lincoln biographer Joseph H. Barrett. The bulk of the collection consists of Barrett's own personal and professional correspondence.

Barrett (Robert) Collection

Newspaper and periodical clippings, copies of court briefs, audio tape: "Hymn of the Embattled Taxpayer," position papers, correspondence, promotional material....

Barrett, S. A. (Samuel Alfred) Photographs from the Samuel Alfred Barrett papers.

Box 1: includes portraits of S.A. Barrett, photographs relating to anthropological studies, including views of California Indians, their tools and other artifacts, Kashaya Pomo, Yurok, and Navaho photos, Deer Dance and Bear Dance photos, and views form an African expedition...

Barrett, S. A. (Samuel Alfred) Photographs from the Samuel Alfred Barrett papers : additions.

Includes portraits of Samuel A. Barrett; group portraits from the Cudahy-Massee-Milwaukee Museum African expedition (1928); a portrait of the young lion "Sim" at the Milwaukee Public Museum in 1929 (reportedly a cropped copy of Milwaukee Public Museum photo 405593); portraits...

Barrett (Samuel Alfred) papers

Collection consists of some personalia and correspondence, extensive field notes, writings, and records relating to the American Indian Film Project, dating primarily from the early and late years of Barrett's working life. Biographical information contains course notes, diaries of trips...

Barrett (Todd T.) Photographs Documenting Stanford University

Collection includes images of the Quad, reading room of the library, exterior of Memorial Church (including one construction photo), the old chemistry building, and a chemistry laboratory. Of note is an image of large steel girders in the inner quad,...

Barrett (Tony) Papers

Tony Barrett was a talented writer and producer who contributed to a variety of radio, television, and motion pictures projects. Among those projects were: , , , , and the . The collection consists of script and production material related...

Barrett (William S.) typescript

Relates to the American intervention in Siberia during the Russian Revolution.

Barri (Henry C.) Certificates

Two certificates issued to Henry C. Barri for completion of the American Locomotive Company-General Electric Electric Locomotive School (1951) and Southern Pacific's Comprehensive Schematic Print Reading on Diesel Locomotives Course (1955). •Five certificates of longstanding membership (25, 35, 40, 45...

Barricada Internacional, English edition records : and related material, circa 1987-1996.

Contains financial records and publishing information for the English language edition of the Nicaraguan publication Barricada Internacional. Also contains newsletters, publications, and other material concerning political activities in Nicaragua and other Central American countries. Also includes numerous photographic copy negatives...

Barrie (Michael) Papers

The Michael Barrie Papers, 1960-2015, consists of monologue jokes, scripts, screenplays, and production material for late night and variety television shows, awards shows, and movies. Most of the material was written by Michael Barrie with his writing partner, Jim Mulholland....

Barriga (Joan) Papers

The Joan Barriga Papers include research notes, hand-drawn maps, editing notes for book manuscripts, and correspondence regarding local historical research of the Los Gatos mountain areas.

Barringer, Catherine Oral History

Interview with Catherine Barringer about her life

Barringer, James Carlisle Oral History

Oral history of James "Carl" Carlisle Barringer. Hoover High School, Stanford, WW II, University of Michigan, buildings, local politics,

Barringer (Thomas C.) papers

Correspondence, reports, memoranda, photographs, and clippings, relating to relief operations of the American Relief Administration in two famine areas in Russia.

Barrio Arte Program Photo Album

Leatherette photographic album with 10 leaves, 91 mounted and 3 loose photographs. The photos, collected by Jose Montoya, document children in the Barrio Arte Program creating art.

Barroga (Jeannie) papers

Jeannie Barroga (b.1949) is a playwright, director, actor and teacher. Her papers contain scripts in multiple drafts, production binders, media, photographs, research & business files, and other material.

Barron (John) papers

Correspondence, reports, notes, speeches and writings, and photographs, relating to Morris Childs, Federal Bureau of Investigation informant within the Communist Party of the United States; Federal Bureau of Investigation surveillance of the Communist Party; and the relationship between the Communist...

Barron (Lester) Collection of Performing Artist Autographs

Collection consists of autographs of famous personalities including performing artists, authors, and politicians. Some are accompanied with personal notes, letters, photographs, or other ephemera. Autographs include signatures of Robert Jones Burdett, Thomas Edison, Arthur Foote, Helen Keller, Rudyard Kipling, Nellie...

Barros (Francisco Xavier Monteiro de) Papers

The bulk of this collection is letters authored by the colleagues of Portuguese-American politician and cosmographer Francisco Xavier Monteiro de Barros (1778-1855), documenting changes in the Portuguese politics and government and United States-Portuguese foreign relations, chiefly in the 1810s-1820s There...

Barrows and Weyse families papers

The Barrows and Weyse families papers include letters, diaries, photographs, and documents relating to early Los Angeles residents Henry Dwight Barrows and Julius Guenther Weyse and their families, including Weyse’s journey to California around Cape Horn and Barrows’ letterbook at...

Barrows (David P.) Papers

Letters written to him and copies of his replies; diaries and notebooks; biographical sketches and obituaries; personalia; bibliographies; MSS, tear sheets and reprints of his writings; speeches and radio addresses; collegiate class notes; lectures, with related notes, syllabi, etc. for...

Barrows (Leland) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, studies, reports, memoranda, and printed matter relating to American foreign relations with South Vietnam and with Africa, especially Cameroon, Nigeria and South Africa; and to American government policy, especially as reflected in activities of the Agency...

Barry (Bert B.) Collection of Material about Pinocchio

A collection consisting of material assembled by Bert Byron Barry related to Pinocchio and Carlo Collodi.

Barry (Clemmie S.) Oral History

Contains a transcript and sound recording of Lucille Kendall's interviews with Clemmie Shuck Barry, an interview history, and scattered personal papers documenting Barry's activities as a labor organizer for the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA) in the 1930s, particularly...

Barry family papers, 1837-1903.

Papers of Abraham Van Gelder and several descendants including Katherine A. Crocker and William C. Barry.

Barry, J. Neilson (John Neilson) Maps and notes for the history of the Pacific Northwest.

The maps, with annotations and explanatory notes, are primarily concerned with the exploration of the Pacific Northwest, including the Lewis and Clark Expedition; reproductions are of portions of maps by William Clark, Nicholas King, John Melish, Alexander Ross, David Thompson,...

Barry (James H.) Papers

The James H. Barry Papers consists principally of Barry's general and family correspondence from 1906 to his death in 1927, along with a small amount of his writings and personal papers. The bulk of the Barry's correspondence relates to his...

Barry M. Katz papers

This collection consists of the contents of John Arnold's "Creative Engineering Seminars" held at MIT in 1956, which included presentations by Buckminster Fuller, Abraham Maslow, Al Capp, and other notable individuals who introduced radical concepts at the time such as...

Barry (William C.) Collection of Los Angeles Area Photographs

The Barry Collection contains 76 photographs spanning circa 1860 to circa 1910. The subject matter is primarily early street transportation in Los Angeles, including horse-drawn, cable, and electric cars and a trackless trolley in Laurel Canyon.

Barrymore (Ethel) papers

The collection contains clippings, correspondence, financial papers, a contract, material regarding Ethel Barrymore's autobiography, a caricature, a lithograph of a drawing by Lionel Barrymore, and disc recordings of a 1949 radio tribute to Ethel Barrymore.

Barrymore family collection of scrapbooks, stills, and ephemera

The collection consists of clippings, stills and a small amount of ephemera related to the careers of actors Lionel, Ethel, and John Barrymore.

Barrymore (Lionel) Music manuscripts

Lionel Barrymore (1878-1954) became a leading Broadway actor by 1900 and went on to appear in 250 screen roles. He also wrote several scripts, a novel and composed orchestral music, including a symphony. The collection consists primarily of music compositions...

Barshay (Jessica) Papers

Jessica Barshay (1940-1998) was a psychotherapist who lived with multiple disabilities, including asthma, Chronic Fatigue Immune Deficiency Syndrome (CFIDS), and Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS). Barshay was a lesbian feminist and identified strongly with both Jewish and Buddhist faiths. The collection...

Barskii (Konstantin P.) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to the Russian émigré organizations Predstavitel'stvo Rossiiskikh 'Emigrantov v Amerike and Rossiiskoe Obshche-natsional'noe Ob"edinenie v San Frantsisko.

Barsky (Bud)

The Bud Barsky papers span the years 1918-1940 and encompass 13 linear feet. The collection contains scripts, biographical material, contracts, financial papers, a small amount of correspondence, clippings, miscellaneous material, and a scrapbook.

Barson (John) Papers

Manuscript of .

Barstow (Dorothy) papers

Diaries, correspondence, legal documents, and photographs, relating to social conditions in Great Britain and the United States.

Barstow (J. W.) recipes

A collection of medical recipes, mostly grouped by ailment, including remedies for dyspepsia, amenorrhea, typhoid fever, gonorrhea, asthma, dropsy, and other conditions. Roughly one-third of the pages have been filled in....

Barta (F. Kenneth) papers

Clippings, brochures, administrative records, theater programs, notes, and a poem, circa 1954-1975, from Reverend F. Kenneth Barta, former member of the Southern California Council on Religion and the Homophile (SCCRH). The collection includes administrative records from SCCRH, and subject files...

Bartel (Paul)

The collection includes scripts and production material for produced and unproduced films and television programs, and playscripts.

Bartell (Max J.) papers

The collection consists of materials from Max Bartell, an engineer responsible for multiple water development projects and reports for the city of San Francisco in the early 20th century. Materials in the collection include correspondence, reports, documents, news clippings, and...

Barth, Hermann Collection

The Hermann Barth collection spans the period of 1896-1917 and consists primarily of drawings from the early 1900s. The most well-documented projects in the collection include the South-East Wing of the San Francisco City Hospital (1915- 1916), the German Hospital...

Barth (R. L.) papers

The R. L. Barth papers consist of manuscripts, paste-ups, chapbooks, and file copies of small press poetry published by the Robert L. Barth Press from the time of its founding in 1981 until the press ceased in the early 2000s....

Barthelmess (Richard) scrapbooks

The Richard Barthelmess scrapbooks span the years 1916-1936 and encompass 11.3 linear feet. The scrapbooks were compiled by his mother, actress Caroline Harris Barthelmess. The 50 volumes contain biographical information, clippings, and reviews for more than 50 films that featured...

Barthélemy, J.-J. (Jean-Jacques) Maps, plans, views and coins : illustrative of the travels of Anacharis The Younger in Greece, during the middle of the fourth century before the christian era, [undated]

Contains only pages 11-21, 29-32, 37-51, and plates 2, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, 23, + 26. Later (after 1848) used as notebook for notes, signatures (José Antonio Carrillo and Juan Sepúlveda), accounts, and drawings (some of...

Bartholomew and Michel Family Papers

Correspondence between three generations of the Michel and Bartholomew families, ranging from 1847-1913. Both families were highly educated, literate, and interested in politics, which is apparent in many of their writings. Topics covered in the letters include courtships, family relations,...

Bartholomew (Charles H.) Postmaster Letterpress Book

This collection consists of a letterpress book belonging to Charles H. Bartholomew, Post Master General for San Diego, containing administrative correspondence dating from December 1915 through November 1916.

Bartholomew family correspondence : ALS, 1849-1857.

Correspondence of George Bartholomew, his son, Harry, and Harry's friend, Dan Headley, from various Calif. locations and Bristol, Conn. Also includes letters from Angeline Bartholomew, Adna Whiting, and H.H. Porter. The 24 letters discuss local news, work in the gold...

Bärtl (Josef) medical notebook

"A [more than] 600-page manuscript medical notebook that includes diagnostic information, care, theoretical considerations, recipes and cures. The notebook is in German (Roman and Gothic script) in a clear hand throughout. It is in alphabetical order (designated with letter tabs)....

Bartle (Richard A.)

There are two main parts to this collection: 1) MUD1 archival materials and 2) MUD1 source code. The MUD1 archival materials include files for “Dungen,” MUDDLE reference manual, maps, design notes, etc. Notes written by Richard A. Bartle are inserted...

Bartlett (Adelbert) Papers

Adelbert Bartlett was a commercial photographer based in Santa Monica, California, and the director of the Near East Relief Fund in Los Angeles. The collection contains photographs, negatives, periodicals, scrapbooks, and memorabilia relating to Bartlett's life as a commercial photographer...

Bartlett (Elizabeth) Papers

The papers of American writer, poet and editor Elizabeth Bartlett (1911-1994). The papers cover the period from ca. 1940-1994 and include correspondence, typescript poetry and prose, artwork, and ephemera. The collection also includes Bartlett's editing work for and , as...

Bartlett (Frederick E.) collection

Proclamations posted by German occupation authorities in Habay-la-Neuve, Belgium, during World War II; miscellaneous correspondence from Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei personnel records; and American military and Belgian serial issues relating to the end of World War II.

Bartlett (Julia S.) Correspondence

A collection of material related to Julia S. Barlett and Christian Science in Boston, Massachusetts in the 19th century.

Bartlett, Lee Papers pertaining to William Everson, 1977-1987.

Contains letters from Everson to Bartlett; various Everson manuscripts; the archive of the Bartlett's biography of Everson, William Everson: The Life of Brother Antoninus; misc. Everson material.

Bartlett (Louis A., et al.) Field Books Collection

This collection documents survey information for streets, sewers, parks, bridges and other Public Works projects for the City from 1886 into the 1940s. In addition many small maps, some in great detail, show boundary lines, street routes, building outlines, property...

Bartlett (Louis) papers

The collection consists of correspondence, reports, documents, and memoranda, relating to California's Central Valley Project, Lake Tahoe, East Bay Municipal Utility District, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, and public water and power supply system for other California municipalities.

Bartlett (Paul A.) Collection of Submissions to the Literary Annual, Workshop

Paul Bartlett (1909- ) was born in Missouri. He edited the literary annual, , the only issue of which was published in Ciudad Guzman, Mexico in 1942. The collection consists of literary manuscripts, notes, and letters sent to Paul Bartlett...

Bartlett (Paul A.) Papers

Paul Alexander Bartlett (1909- ) was born in Moberly, Missouri, and raised in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. He was an instructor in creative writing at Georgia State College (1955) and editor of publications at the University of California Santa Barbara...

Bartlett (Robert B.) Diary, Vol 1

This file contains the first of four diaries of Robert B. Bartlett. He wrote in this diary from March 1850 to March 1851. It tells of his time living in Kingston, Massachusetts. He talks about his family, the weather, and...

Bartlett (Robert B.) Diary, Vol 2.

This file contains the second hand written, in ink, journal of Robert B. Bartlett This book begins on his 19th birthday, on March 16, 1851. The book is in good condition with the binding intact and the hand writing is...

Bartlett (Robert B.) Diary, Vol 3.

This is the third diary from Robert Bartlett called "Garabaldi's Own by Robert Bartlett, Volume 3." The journal is in good condition and the binding is still intact. The hand writing is clear and legible throughout. In this volume Mr....

Bartlett (Robert B.) Diary, Vol 4

This file contains the hand written in ink diary of Robet B. Bartlett Vol 4. The diary is in good condition with the binding intact and the hand writing is clear and legible throughout.

Bartlett Springs views /

Views of resort in Lake County, Calif, with small cabins, a main hotel, and visitors pictured.

Bartley (Basil George David) Papers

The contents of this collection reflect the professional activities of plant geneticist Basil George David Bartley, whose research focused on the cacao plant, L. ("food of the gods"), primarily in the Caribbean basin, Central and South America, and Africa. Bartley...

Bartley Cardon photographs pertaining to Karl Friedrich Meyer's trip to the Soviet Union and to the demolition of Cole Hall, University of California, San Francisco [graphic].

Photographs of Karl Friedrich Meyer during his trip to the Soviet Union in 1965, depicted with Soviet colleagues and other unidentified associates. Also includes Russian tourist postcards, a menu, and other ephemera from the 1965 trip. Also includes slides of...

Bartley (Robert L.) papers

Correspondence, writings, and printed matter relating to political and economic conditions in the United States, international relations, international economic conditions, and the publication of the .

Bartley (William Warren) miscellaneous papers

Drafts, galleys, proofs, memoranda, and correspondence related to production of the first volume of the collected works of the Austrian economist Friedrich A. von Hayek, (London, 1988), edited by William W. Bartley; and sound recordings of speeches and lectures by...

Bartmess (Kenneth) masks and photographs

Four flower masks, one Don Kilhefner mask, and photographs of Radical Faeries gatherings from gay activist and craftsman, Kenneth Bartmess, circa 1979-1985.

Barto, Bette J. (correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from Maj. Bette J. Barto, USAFE to her parents while serving as a nurse during the late 1950s and 1960s. Also included are three photographs and one photocopied marriage certificate

Bartok (Laszlo) memoir

Relates to Hungarian diplomacy, Hungarian-German relations, and conditions in Croatia during World War II; and to Hungarian diplomacy, Hungarian-Soviet relations, and conditions in Austria in the immediate postwar period. Includes a synopsis in English and the passport of L. Bartók.

Bartolomé Alberti writings, 1976-1977.

Includes a retrospective journal of the life of the Puerto Rican poet, with information on his parents and his schooling; and poems copied by him for Josephine Miles.

Barton (Alexander Monro) papers

Writings, letters, clippings, and miscellany, relating to conditions in Transcaucasia and Turkey after the end of World War I; and to the death of Major Robert Whitney Imbrie, American vice consul in Teheran, at the hands of a mob in...

Barton, Arthur G. Papers

Contains records related to the life and career of California landscape architect Arthur G. Barton, FASLA (1907-1980.) Barton designed landscapes for many significant structures and sites such as Camp Pendleton, Dodger Stadium, and the San Gabriel River Wildlife Sanctuary. The...

Barton (B. D.) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, and draft declarations, relating to the movement for cooperation among the North Atlantic Treaty Organization signatories, the first Declaration of Atlantic Unity (1954) and its successors, and the establishment of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and...

Barton, Caleb S. (Civil War correspondence)

This collection contains 50 letters between Pvt. Caleb S. Barton, USA and his family during the Civil War.

Barton (Clara) Correspondence

Correspondence of Clara Barton, American nurse and founder of the American Red Cross.

Barton (Crawford) and William J. Hancock Papers

The Crawford Barton and William J. Hancock papers contain writings by and correspondence between photographer Crawford Barton and his friend, William J. Hancock, aka BJ Hank or BJ Hancock. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence from Barton to...

Barton (Crawford) Papers

This collection contains the professional and personal papers of Crawford Barton. Barton is best known as a photographer of San Francisco's gay culture in the 1970s. This collection contains numerous photographs, slides and journals from the 1970s.

Barton (Eileen) sound recording collection

Collection consists of sound recordings made by and collected by singer, Eileen Barton....

Barton (John H.) Papers

This collection mainly consists of articles, notes, and correspondence relating to Barton's work in International Law and intellectual property rights. It also includes materials on biotechnology and the laws relating to the field....

Barton (Lester Clement) postcard

The Lester Clement Barton postcard, circa 1912, (SAFR 24425, P14-005) is comprised of a postcard of the Victoria Harbor waterfront, British Columbia, Canada. The collection has been processed to the Collection level and is open for use.

Barton, R. G. Photographs of various California scenes [graphic] /

Views include small town, urban area, and wilderness scenes from various California locations. Eureka and Mono Lake are included.

Barton (Rick) drawings and paintings

Rick Barton was a gay Beat artist who lived in San Francisco in the 1950s and 1960s. The collection is primarily comprised of drawings created by Barton, chiefly in pen and ink, in the late 1950s to early 1960s.

Barton (Thomas F.) papers

This collection includes the personal and professional papers of Thomas F. Barton, an anti-war activist and socialist who organized soldiers against the Vietnam and Iraq wars. It includes newsletters, articles, correspondence, meeting minutes and agendas that document Barton's involvement with...

Bartony [Corporal ?] World War II photograph album, circa 1942

62 black and white photographs, most snapshots, only one caption "This is your first victory garden 1942," likely taken by Corporal Bartony (probably with the United States Army Forces Far East) during his time in what appears to be somewhere...

Bartram (Carl) photograph collection

Depicts United States Office of Strategic Services headquarters in England and related scenes of Anglo-American clandestine activities during World War II.

Bartron (Harry) papers

Writings, manuscripts, publications and photographs documenting the life of pantomime artist and poet Harry Bartron from 1927 to 2006. The bulk of the collection dates from 1978 to 2005 and consists of poetry exploring in particular Bartron's Roman Catholic faith...

Baruch (Dorothy W.) Collection

The Dorothy W. Baruch Collection includes typed and handwritten manuscripts, articles, editing notes, diplomas, correspondence, a calendar, and other materials documenting Baruch's life as a teacher, child psychologist, and author of books for parents and children.

Baruch (Ruth-Marion) and Jones (Pirkle) photographs and papers

This collection contains the photographs and papers of Ruth-Marion Baruch and Pirkle Jones, whose work visually documents the people and landscape of the San Francisco Bay Area during a time of enormous social, political, and environmental change. More than 12,000...

Basch (Paul F.) parasitology slides

Collection consists of parasitology teaching slides and audiovisual materials....

Baschet, Armand Letters to Rawdon Lubbock Brown : ALS, 1862 Sept. 6 and Oct. 2.

Two letters, written from Blois and Milan, sending a copy of his book, Diplomatie Venitienne, and mentioning his current historical research.

Bascom (Willard) Papers

Papers of engineer and oceanographer Willard Bascom, including his correspondence, research files, writings, photographs and films, along with materials from his company, Ocean Science and Engineering, Inc.

Bascom (William R.) Collection - Africa

This collection encapsulates Bascom’s research during his lifetime, where he predominantly focused on the Yoruba culture and religion within Nigeria. In addition to objects, there are photographs and motion pictures by Bascom. The collection is predominantly in English, though notes...

Bascom (William R.) papers

Includes papers related to Bascom's lifelong work on West African art, culture, and folklore and his teaching at the University of California, Berkeley and Northwestern University. Materials include personal and professional correspondence; field notes; lecture notes; course notes; and manuscripts...

Base Hospital 30 Collection

Scrapbooks, including "The Record" and family albums, photographs, and artifacts documenting UCSF's Base Hospital 30 during World War 1 and World War 2....

Bash (Kevin) collection on the Norconian Resort Supreme

This collection contains the book, by Kevin Bash as well as a selection of digital images taken by Bash that document the condition of the Norconian Resort Supreme in Norco, California.

Bashall (Cynthia Glegge) scrapbooks

This collection contains 6 large format scrapbooks documenting the Vietnamese Exodus from 1979 to 1982. The collection includes photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and official documents. The scrapbooks were compiled by Cynthia Glegge Bashall, wife of Talbot Bashall. Talbot Bashall was...

Bashe Rubenchik Rosenbloom papers, 1909-1980.

Collection consists of correspondence; postcards from a 1909 postcard album belonging to Bashe Rosenbloom in Minsk; a 1955 program from the Jewish Cultural Club of Elsinore, Calif.; a poem celebrating Rosenbloom's fifty years in Petaluma, Calif.; and family photographs. Among...

Bashein (Meyer David) letters

Relates to relief work by the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee in Germany after World War II.

Bashford (J. W.) correspondence

Collection contains a memorandum to students explaining delay in school re-opening following control of a smallpox epidemic; students were required to bring vaccination certificates upon their return to campus. Typesigned J.W. Bashford, T.G. Duvall, and C.B. Austin....

Bashkir subject collection

Circulated documents, newspaper issues, electronic bulletins, and other printed matter, relating to political developments in Bashkortostan in the post-Soviet era.

Bashkirov (Vladimir Nikolaevich) papers

Collection consists of correspondence, reports, and financial records, relating to Russian-American trade, and to Russian procurement of supplies in the United States during World War I and the Russian Civil War.

Basic Concepts of GPSG [videorecording]

Eight lectures of a full-length course on generalized phase structure grammar presented at the 1987 Linguistic Institute held at Stanford University....

Basily-Callimaki (Mme. E.) papers

The collection contains materials relating to French and Western European art history, and to Jean Baptiste Isabey, the French miniaturist, in correspondence, writings, notes, clippings, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia. Includes a draft of the biography of Isabey by E....

Basker (Bob) Papers

Bob Basker (1918-2001) was a civil rights and homophile activist who was active from the 1930s until the 1990s. This collection includes materials from historian James T. Sears regarding book chapters about Basker, news clippings, personalia, subject files, audio tapes,...

Basker (Robert S.) papers

Organizational records, correspondence, handwritten notes, published articles, awards, armed services papers, clippings, and photographs from Robert S. Basker (1918-2001). Born Solomon Sloane Basker in Harlem, Basker dedicated his life to progressive causes. He established or directed numerous gay rights groups...

Bason (Robert E.) / Capra Press records

The collection contains files from the earlier years when Noel Young owned and operated Capra Press, and later years when Robert [Bob] E. Bason owned and operated it.

Bason (Robert E.) Capra Press publisher's collection

This collection consists of over 300 books (many first editions) published by the Capra Press of Santa Barbara, California. The collection includes original signed contracts, photographs, notes, and advertising materials.

Bason (Robert E.) Collection of Christopher Morley

The materials described in the container list are part of a much larger collection of printed materials which have been cataloged individually and can be searched on Pegasus, the UCSB University Libraries online catalog....

Bason (Robert E.) community development and funding collection

Various documents and publications relating to funding and fundraising activities of a number of Santa Barbara-based educational and charitable organizations.

Bass (Charlotta A.) Papers

The Charlotta Bass COLLECTION covers the period form 1924 to 1983 and arranged in three series: DRAFT AND MANUSCRIPT, BIOGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL PAPERS and FINANCIAL RECORDS....

Bass (Ellen) Papers

This collection includes tapes and transcripts of interviews conducted as research for the book, Free Your Mind by Ellen Bass. Free Your Mind is a practical guide for gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth - and their families, teachers, and friends.

Bass (Ellen) papers

Ellen Bass is an American poet as well as co-author of the groundbreaking book, . This collection contains an interview transcript from 2002 with Ellen Bass and co-author Laura Davis addressing the publication of the book and Bass's activist work...

Bass Family Correspondence Collection

Bass Family Correspondence comprises the correspondence and family documents of the Bass Family from Nebraska, who were involved in early American socialism and the labor movement. The collection documents the family history through the eyes of descendant Jeanne Morgan, a...

Bass (Saul) papers

The Saul Bass papers span the years 1949-1996 and encompass more than 233 linear feet of manuscripts, 33 linear feet of photographs, and 18,383 artworks. The collection consists of art material, storyboards, publicity, books, corporate manuals, animation cels, audiotapes, and...

Bass (Walter R.) collection

Relates to the German Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Includes a weekly menu card for a German heavy anti-aircraft (reserve unit), 1945, the program of the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei, 1920, and an autographed photograph of Rudolf Hess.

Bass (Willie G.) Collection

This collection contains one scrapbook with mostly clippings; Radio and Television Training School lesson plans, study guides, exams, notes; one Watts Summer Festival program; issues of ; ; ; ; ; a New York City, and Los Angeles atlas; as...

Basset (James E.) Papers

James E. Bassett (1912-1978) was born in Glendale, California. He authored several novels, including (1962), (1968), and (1971). was later made into a film. The collection consists of manuscript drafts, galley proofs, correspondence, and advertising material related to (1962).

Basset (Richard) diaries

Relates to German naval operations during World War I.

Basset (Urbain) views of Angkor

A collection of photographic prints documenting the temple complexes of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, including the Bayon temple, as they appeared in the mid-1890s.

Bassett (Helen Wheeler) Stereograph Collection, ca. 1890

Stereographic prints. Views of the United States, South America, and Europe collected by Bassett.

Bassett (Lee Emerson ) Toastmasters Club (Stanford University) Records

Files include "A History of the Lee Emerson Bassett Toastmasters Club" by Shahid Mutjaba and Dianne Goldbach, 1980; the weekly bulletin "The Orator" 1974-1980, which includes minutes of their meetings; and VHS tapes of meetings from 1983-1986.

Bassett (Lee Emerson) House Records

Included in this collection are specifications by the architect, A. W. Smith; bills and one letter from Leon S. Bean, general contractor, 1909; an accounting for the cost of the house; a clipping about this house and one being constructed...

Bassett (Rich) papers on the Irvine Company

The Rich Bassett papers on the Irvine Company contains research, articles, photographs, and negatives documenting the Irvine Company and its developments in Orange County. Bassett was a photographer from Santa Ana, California.

Bassya and Philip Bibel papers, 1813-1999 (bulk 1927-1977).

Numerous family documents and mementos; pamphlets; and a scrapbook relating to San Francisco's Yiddish Literary and Drama Club (1927-1948); holding programs; announcements; newspaper clippings; posters; correspondence; fliers; photographs of actors, actresses, and productions; and a history of the literary club.

Bast (William) papers

William Bast was a television and film writer, as well as a friend and biographer of James Dean. The William Bast papers consists largely of scripts written over the course of more than forty years.

Bastian (Bob) Cartoon Collection

The Bastian Collection consists of clippings and other biographical material, as well as original drawings and published copies of Bastian's two books: and ....

Bastin (Catherine Sylvia) papers

Correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, medals, badges, and photographs, relating to Red Cross work during World War I.

Bastunov (Vladimir J.) collection

Imperial orders, military orders, personnel rosters, and casualty reports, relating to the operations of the Russian Imperial Army and its personnel.

Basye (George) papers

The collection consists of materials from George Basye, a water rights lawyer who was well known for his work related to water and irrigation issues in the Sacramento Valley. Items in the collection include speeches, legal documents, and articles written...

Batchelder family photographs of Eva B. (motor launch)

The Batchelder family photographs of Eva B. (motor launch), 1937-1949, (SAFR 23355, P11-004) are comprised of 21 color slides depicting the Batchelder family aboard EVA B. as well as showing EVA B. while moored in the San Francisco Bay Area...

Batchelder (Francis J.) Correspondence

Correspondence regarding student life at Stanford. Also includes correspondence (1939) from Mrs. Grace Batchelder about her husband, Francis.

Batchelder (George) typescript

Relates to conditions in Germany at the outbreak of World War I.

Batchelder (Ronald W.) Papers

Ronald W. Batchelder is a Professor of Economics at Pepperdine University, as well as an involved member of many Pepperdine faculty organizations. The collection consists of correspondence, minutes, notes, memorandums, reports, handbooks and calendars mostly related to faculty issues and...

Batchelder (William H.) papers

William H. "Bill" Batchelder (1940-2018) was Professor of Cognitive Sciences at UCI. Born in Mississippi and raised in Indiana, Batchelder was one of a generation of 1960s Stanford graduate students who laid the foundations for the field of mathematical psychology....

Batchelder-Nelson family papers, 1835-1956.

Batchelder family papers: Dr. Amos Batchelder's journal of overland journey to Calif., 1849, with transcript and notes by his grandson Edward Emil Nelson; several commonplace books and diaries, 1838-1886; book of medical prescriptions, 1835-1849.

Batchelder-Nelson photograph album [graphic].

Black and white and cyanotype snapshots of Yosemite (including the Wawona Hotel), Mariposa County, mines (including the Ophir and Princeton? Mines), and San Francisco. Outings and scenery in the Mt. Bullion area are also pictured.

Batchelor, Elwyn (Korean War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from EM2 Elwyn Batchelor, USN, to his wife, Irene Batchelor, during the Korean War. It also includes two Navy yearbooks and two photo albums.

Batchelot (Father Jean Alexis) Letter

This is a photostat of a letter of recommendation for Abel Stearns written in Spanish by Jean Alexis Bachelot, prefect apostolic of the Sandwich Islands (Hawaii), 1836 July 11. A translation and reference from David Burkenroad sent to Librarian Ruth...

Bateman (Harry) papers

Harry Bateman was a mathematical physicist and professor of physics, mathematics and aeronautics at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech, originally Throop College), 1917-1946. The collection includes his manuscripts on binomial coefficients, notes on integrals and related material (much of...

Bateman (Kenneth A.) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, bulletins, and printed matter, relating to educational administration in Germany under Allied occupation, and to subsequent educational policy in West Germany.

Bates (Captain) Papers

This folder contains a handwritten receipt by Captain Bates regarding carpenter work. His handwritten receipt contains details about his work and wages.

Bates (Charles) Papers

The collection consists of papers documenting Charles Bates's career, including courses taken at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO) in 1943, and subsequent government service and consulting work.

Bates (E.S.) Letters

This folder contains a handwritten letter addressed to Mr. Daugner.

Bates (Jim) Papers

The contains files from several of the committees and subcommittees Bates served on, as well as from some of his more well-known bills: specifically the subcommittee on Procurement and Printing, and the subjects of Navy procurement fraud, the Rural Electrification...

Bates (John L.) collection

Pamphlets, bulletins, reminiscences, and photographs, relating to various units of the Russian Imperial army and to various Russian Imperial cadet schools. Includes photograph albums of Captain V. I. Granberg, Imperial Russian army. Also includes a volume of typewritten transcribed letters...

Bates (Kenneth S.) Gospel Music Collection

The Gospel Music Collection of Kenneth S. Bates, 1953-2005 consists primarily of audio cassette tapes within the Gospel/Christian tradition, radio program recordings from 1980 to the mid 2000’s, a collection of Gospel LP recordings, and a modest number of compact...

Bates (Kinzie) Papers

The collection contains 32 items by or related to United States army office Kinzie Bates (died 1884), including his 1877 diary written during his field assignments to various Dakota Territory camps near the Black Hills during army campaigns against the...

Bates (Margaret Pardee) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter, relating to activities of the California State Board of Education and to various aspects of education in California.

Bates (Tom) Papers

Tom Bates was a Democratic California State Assembly Member from 1977-1996. The Tom Bates Papers consist of 30 cubic feet of records reflecting Bates's legislative activities during his 20-year Assembly career. This collection is particularly useful to researchers interested in...

Bateson Family Papers

This collection includes family correspondence, notebooks, address books, sketchbooks, school papers from Anna Aiken Bateson, William H. Bateson, Caroline Beatrice Bateson, and John, Martin and Gregory Bateson.

Bateson (Gregory) Papers

This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, notebooks, octopus and cetacean observation materials, marginalia, published and unpublished articles and reprints.

Bath Maine Mining Company letters, 1849-1851.

Contains seven manuscript letters written by various men from Maine who ventured to California with the backing of the Crooker family of Bath, Maine. All of the letters are addressed to the Crooker family from the men who took various...

Batiushin (N. S.) typescript

Relates to Grigorii Rasputin.

Batman Gallery ephemera, 1960-1965.

Invitations, press releases, and other pertinent materials related to the activities of the Batman Gallery in San Francisco.

Baton Rouge Science Fiction League records

This collection includes newsletters (drafts and duplicate copies), administrative records, and other material from the Baton Rouge Science Fiction League (BRSFL) organization.

Batons collection

Two conductors batons, 19th century, one from Germany, one from the United States.

Batsell (Walter Russell) typescript

Relates to political conditions in the Soviet Union, and to Soviet foreign policy.

Batt (George K.) papers

Correspondence, speeches, studies, press releases, clippings, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to economic and labor policy in the United States during World War II, and to Republican Party politics at both the national and New Jersey state levels.

Battaglini (Rene) Oral History

Contains a transcribed copy of Lucille Kendall's 1979 interviews with San Francisco labor organizer Rene Battaglini documenting his involvement in the labor movement of the 1930s and 1940s in San Francisco, as well as the history of the San Francisco...

Battalion that would not disband: story of the 317th Field Signal Battalion mimeograph

Relates to the activities of the 317th Field Signal Battalion of the United States Army in France during World War I, and to reunions of veterans of the battalion.

Battan (David) Research Correspondence

This collection contains research materials used by author David Battan as he compiled information for a biography of William Saroyan that was never published. The materials include postmarked envelopes, letters to Battan, and miscellaneous documents Battan collected that were written...

Battée (John M.) Letters

Letters of John Marion Battée, California pioneer, written to his family between 1853 and 1866, documenting his life in San Jose.

Battenfield (Bob) Photo Collection

Photographic Prints that have been digitized and placed on the DAMS and Flickr. They have been assigned a 09 Series Number.Bob Battenfield worked at Ryan on the Lunar Lander project for Apollo.

Battenfield, Robert

Bob Battenfield was the founder of Bob Battenfield Associates, a leader in advertising and publicity in La Mesa, California. This collection includes examples of his professional work as well as files on his volunteer activities. The collection specifically highlights Battenfield's...

Battery "E" Eleventh Field Artillery photograph album

391 photographs documenting the activities of Battery "E" Eleventh Field Artillery in the Territory of Hawaii from 1927 to 1928.

Battey (Thomas C.) Letters and Drawings

Letters and drawings of Thomas C. Battey, American Quaker missionary.

Battista Frapolli correspondence, [1862-1891]

Includes letters from relatives in Italy, and some from A. Domeniconi, Sonoma wine grower and supplier, relating to Frapolli's wine business in San Francisco.

Battle Abbey Archives

This collection consists of two parts: the records of the Benedictine abbey of St. Martin at Battle, Sussex, England, dating before 1538, and the papers chiefly of the Browne and Webster families, who owned the Battle Abbey properties following the...

Battle Abbey Archives addenda

A group of six estate-related deeds for the Benedictine abbey of St. Martin at Battle, Sussex.

Battle of 73 Easting, Gulf War simulation project papers

Papers concerning the simulation of a tank battle in the 1991 Gulf War.

Battle of Balls Bluff - Rescue of Col. Baker's Body - watercolor painting, 1869

Mounted, possible original watercolor, by unknown artist [initials G.E.P.], dated 1869, depicting the Oct. 21, 1861 battle near Leesburg, VA. No evidence this was a Currier & Ives, most of their Civil War lithographs being produced during the war, but...

Battle of Bull Run document, 1861 July 23

One Civil War document (ADS), a notice warning against "Northern Secessionists and Traitors," posted outside John Folsom's store [?} after the Battle of Bull Run, 23 July 1861. Trade/purchase, accessioned Oct. 3, 1980.

Battle of Gettysburg 75th anniversary invitation, 1938.

Invitation from the Government of the United States to John A. Niebling, a Civil War veteran, to attend the 75th anniversary commemoration of the Battle of Gettysburg, June 29, 1938 to July 6, 1938, at Gettysburg, Pa.

Battle of Gettysburg documents, circa 1869

Prospectus and order form for chromo lithograph, ca. 1869.

Battle of Petropavlovsk and Escape of the Kamchatka Squadron of Admiral Zavoiko, 1848, 1942

by V. Berezovski (St. Petersburg, 1898), translated from the Russian by Nicolai H. Hiller, 1942. Typescript carbon. Alpha list.

Battle of Tijuana postcards [graphic].

Postcards depict the aftermath of the Battle of Tijuana, waged in 1911 during the Mexican Revolution. Images show U.S. officers, battle casualties, the Mexican customs house, a group of surrendered insurrectionists, and the main street of Tijuana.

Battledore Press Collection

The collection includes printed ephemera created primarily by the Battledore Press, run by Mary and Andrew Horn. Items are mainly paper examples of printing, with a few pieces on wood. Many of the pieces of ephemera relate to the UCLA...

Batturs (Frank E.) Album

One album, engraved on cover "Messages of Appreciation," containing materials commemorating the life of Frank E. Batturs, who died in Washington, D.C. in December 7, 1922 at the age of 52. Mr. Batturs was an Assistant Passenger Traffic Agent for...

Batty (Bill) papers

The Bill Batty papers spans the years 1928-1989 and encompasses 7 linear feet. The collection contains clippings, correspondence in response to Batty's fan letter inquiries, and two scrapbooks. Photographs and slides document Batty's trips to Hollywood between 1948 and 1989....

Batty (George) Diary

In 1854, George Batty wrote this journal as a long anecdotal letter to his friends, describing his sea voyage from Liverpool to Montreal on the ships "Cleopatra" and "New Era." Battyʼs vivid daily account spans more than two weeks in...

Baty, Little Charlie, Collection

The collection contains a selection of photographs, flyers and handbills, blues music publications, personal and professional correspondence, posters, band calendars and itineraries, newspaper clippings, and recordings documenting the life and career of Sacramento based blues musician Charles "Little Charlie" Baty.

Bat-Yaacov (Dena) papers

Dena Bat-Yaacov (1932-1981) was a concert pianist specializing in the work of Jewish composers, particularly Charles Alkan. Born in Denver, Colorado, she relocated to Los Angeles in her twenties and spent the rest of her life in that city. The...

Baudouin (Paul) typescript

Relates to the book by Albert Kammerer, (Paris, 1944), on the French surrender in 1940.

Bauer, George W. (George William) Photographs and memorabilia of Colonel George W. Bauer.

Photographs include portraits of Bauer and family members, views from trips to Yosemite and Alaska, a few San Francisco views, and unidentified parlor interiors. Many views include wagons, carriages or automobiles. Also present is an oversize group portrait of Bauer...

Bauer (John) papers

John Bauer was a managing director and one of the founding members of the Los Angeles Community Concert Association, and a founder of the Ojai festivals. The collection consists of papers relating to Bauer's term of office as managing director...

Bauer-Schweitzer Hop and Malt Company records, 1903-1948 (bulk 1903-1910).

Three accounting ledgers for what was to become the last producing malt house in San Francisco, California. Entries offer a glimpse into the economics of the malting and brewing industry on the West Coast, and bridge the period of the...

Baugh (Scott) Papers

Scott Randall Baugh, Republican, was a native Californian, born in Redding on July 4, 1962 to Helen and Cason Baugh, the fourth of five sons. The Scott Baugh Papers consist of 3.5 cubic feet of textual records reflecting Baugh's legislative...

Baughman (Roland) Papers

Roland Baughman was an assistant curator at the Huntington Library's Department of Rare Books and later Head of the Department of Special Collections at Columbia University. The collection includes his professional and personal papers from his time at both insitutions.

Baugniet (Lanny) Papers

Lanny Baugniet co-founded Theatre Rhinoceros in 1977 with Allan B. Estes, Jr. The bulk of the material dates from 1977-1979. The collection contains records from the theater, including notes on productions and workshops, press releases, programs, posters, reviews and a...

Bauhaus student work

A comprehensive collection of photographs, records, notebooks, drawings, prints, manuscripts, and other materials documenting student coursework, assignments, projects, and activities at the Bauhaus (ca. 1919-1933). Includes some work by Bauhaus professors.

Bauhaus Typography Collection

A collection of printing published by the Bauhaus from 1919 to 1933, designed by Bauhaus teachers and students for internal school purposes and for outside commercial use, as well as other printing relating to the Bauhaus. The collection comprises a...

Baum (Frank George), "The Transformer" Galleys

Galleys (incomplete) from his book, , with his corrections and annotations.

Baum (Richard) papers

The collection consists of materials related to the career of UCLA professor of Political Science, US policy advisor, and China scholar Richard Baum. Baum was founder of the listserv Chinapol and was an influential authority on contemporary Chinese politics who...

Baum (Vicki) correspondence and film typescript

The Vicki Baum correspondence and film typescript consists of four typed letters signed "Vicki" on "Vicki Baum" letterhead, along with an unpublished draft for a film titled "Conspiracy (Working Title for Sands O' Life)." The correspondence is addressed to Baum's...

Baum (Willa K.) Papers

The Papers of Willa K. Baum document both her personal and professional life as a longtime resident of the Berkeley community and director of the Regional Oral History office (ROHO) at UC Berkeley. In addition to being a pioneer...

Baum, Willa K. Postcards of the southwestern United States from the Willa K. Baum papers

Postcards depict Navajo, Pueblo and Hopi Indians and their crafts, such as woven rugs and pottery; cattle herds; yucca and other plants indigenous to the southwestern Unite States; and animals such as burros and jack rabbits. Among the locations picured...

Bauman (Hugh) Personal Paper

Hugh Bauman Served in the US Navy as an aviator.

Bauman (Jacob) Papers

Rabbi Jacob Bauman (1871-1940) was the rabbi of Agudath Achim Congregation, then Congregation Talmud Torah, and finally with Congregation Share Torah, where he remained until his death in 1940. As a scholar, he was concerned with the study of the...

Bauman (Louis Sylvester) Papers on Microfiche

The collection comprises microfiche copies of original material from Louis S. Bauman's personal files. Bauman (1875-1950) was born into a German Baptist home in Pennsylvania; his father became a leader in the Progressive Brethren Movement in the 1880s and Bauman...

Baumann, Herman C. collection

The Hermann C. Baumann collection consists entirely of architectural drawings primarily related to San Francisco apartment buildings designed from 1924-1937. Many of the projects were designed in conjunction with engineer Edward Jose under the firm name Baumann & Jose.

Baumann (Michael L.) collection on B. Traven

This collection contains several drafts of the manuscript of by author Michael L. Baumann as well as correspondence between Baumann (or his wife) and Peter Briscoe and Sid Berger, both former staff members of the UC Riverside Libraries, regarding his...

Baumann-Muhlfelder family papers, 1858-1935.

Family correspondence; citizenship papers and a certificate; booklets; a scrapbook of Doretta Baumann Muhlfelder; photographs; a membership card for the Associated Veterans of Farragut's Fleet (relating to Julius's service in the Civil War); and a letter signed by Admiral George...

The Baumberg Tract : oral history transcript : from the proposed shorelands development to the wetlands restoration (Eden Landing Ecological Reserve), 1982-1999 / 2000.

Interviews with eleven persons involved in controversy over plans to build a racetrack and business park (denied) on a wetland site along the Hayward shoreline and approval to restore it as a wildlife sanctuary. Leslie Salt Division (Cargill Corporation); environmental...

Baumer (Gertrud) typescript

Relates to allegations that Gertrud Bäumer had engaged in pro-Nazi activities.

Baumer (William Henry) papers

Diary, memoirs, correspondence, orders, memoranda, reports, and printed matter relating to Allied strategic planning during World War II, especially for the Normandy landings of 1944, wartime diplomacy and Allied conferences, and the Paris Peace Conference. Digital copies of select records...

Baumfeld (Rudolf L.) papers

Rudolf Lothar Franz Israel Baumfeld (1903-1988) worked with his friend and fellow architect Victor Gruen in New York and Los Angeles. Baumfeld was the principal designer for Victor Gruen and Associates (founded, 1951). He designed several projects in Europe and...

Baumgaertel, Karl A. Photographs exhibited between 1920 and 1939 [graphic] /

Chiefly California and desert Southwest landscapes in a pictorialist style. Also includes Yosemite views, mountain landscapes in the Sierra Nevada and elsewhere, studies of rock forms, architectural details, and views at the Golden Gate International Exhibition of 1939.

Baumgartner (Sydney) Landscape Architecture records

The Baumgartner papers contain rolls of landscape drawings, boxes of client files, one large landscape plan mounted on foamcore, and a small box that holds job cards for every client/project....

Baumohl (James) study of Berkeley homeless people.

Material written by and collected by James Baumohl for his study of street people in Berkeley.

Bauriedel (J. Kim) collection

The collection consists of educational and promotional video materials pertaining to prostate health, sound recordings, and documents relating to the use of audio recordings and phonographs in the practice of medicine, with some focus on urology. Specific content captured on...

Bausch and Lomb Optical Company Collection, ca. 1950

Twenty-six photographs from an exhibit illustrating the manufacture and use of optical glass. See also GC 1230 Bausch and Lomb Optical Company Prints

Bausch and Lomb Optical Company Prints

8 color commercial prints on textured boards, illustrating use of spectacles through history published by Bausch and Lomb Optical Co., Rochester, N.Y. Artwork by Harold Anderson, W.F. Soare, and unsigned.

Bauwens (George O.) and Arthur J. Babcock cabin in Eaton Canyon collection

A collection of photographs, a diary, and other materials chiefly documenting life in a cabin in Eaton Canyon, in the San Gabriel Mountains, California, 1921-1975. Also includes hydroelectric power project photographs, 1915-1919.

Baxter, Elisha Letter from Elisha Baxter to Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, 1866 April 13.

Holograph letter written from Little Rock, Arkansas by Elisha Baxter, who in 1872 became the tenth Governor of Arkansas, to Andrew Johnson, the seventeenth President of the United States, about the rumored resignation of William O. Stoddard as United States...

Baxter (Garth) Collection of Music

This collection contains published and unpublished materials by modern traditionalist composer and Pepperdine University alumnus Garth Baxter. Within the collection, Baxter's works range between 1986-2018.

Baxter (George) Color Prints and Books

George Baxter (1804-1867) was a printer and wood engraver. He invented a process of printing pictures in natural colors by using an aquatint key plate, and superimposing colors with wood and metal blocks. The collection consists of approximately 100 color...

Baxter (Robert I.) collection

Hand-drawn map, representing the region around Archangel, Russia, indicating the route followed by a military expedition from Tiagra to Archangel, August-September 1918.

Baxter (William F.) Committee Records

Minutes, memoranda, correspondence, reports, press releases, clippings, and other items pertaining to Baxter's work as chair of the Committee on Research Policy as well as his work with the Provost's Committee on Economics, the Presidential Search Committee, Committee on Planning...

Bay Area ACTS Collection

Organizing proposal; study papers; memos, brochure

Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits Records

Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits (BAAITS) is a community-based organization founded in 1998. This collection contains operational documents and promotional materials for BAAITS events, photographs, and ephemera from members.

Bay Area Black Panther Party collection

The collection includes documents, small flyers, handbills, collected research, publications, and newspaper and magazine articles, and ephemera (buttons) related to the Bay Area Black Panther Party.

Bay Area Coalition Against Briggs Initiative collection

This collection consists of a group of nine Bay Area Coalition Against Briggs Initiative (BACABI) handbills and brochures, opposing California Proposition 6, the "Briggs Initiative" of 1978. The collection also contains nine issues of the newsletter from January to November,...

Bay Area Committee to Save Biafran Children records, 1968-1970.

Correspondence (letters from Alan Cranston, George Murphy and Peter McCloskey), minutes, financial reports, posters, clippings on Biafra, reports from Biafra and Nigeria, reprints, photographs, maps, and records of the San Francisco Branch of the United Friends of Biafra.

Bay Area History of Medicine Club

Includes announcements of meetings, correspondence, membership information, etc....

Bay Area HIV Support and Education Services Records

Planning processes, meeting minutes, client survey files, facilitators manuals, activity reports, correspondence, and other materials produced by this nonprofit AIDS education organization.

Bay Area Labor Theatre Records

Records include governance documents including some minutes, the articles of incorporation, by-laws, and balloting results.

Bay Area landscapes [graphic] /

Title supplied by cataloger.

Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom Records

Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom (BALIF) is the nation’s oldest and largest bar association of lesbians, gay men, bisexual people, and transgender people in the field of law. The bulk of the collection covers the years 1981-1999. It includes...

Bay Area Laymen's School of Religion Collection

The collection contains a short history, newsletters, and brochures for the Laymen's School of Religion, which operated in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1959 to 1969. Following an extension school format, the school offered topical courses (Youth and the...

Bay Area March on Washington Committee Records

The Bay Area March on Washington Committee met for many months before the March to organize a Bay Area contingent. The records cover the period from 1986 to 1987 and consists of letters to and from those interested in attending...

Bay Area Musicians Collection

The Bay Area Musicians Collection is an artificial collection of miscellaneous concert programs, publicity flyers, and papers of Bay Area musicians, musical groups, and musical events.

Bay Area Network of Gay and Lesbian Educators Records

The Bay Area Network of Gay and Lesbian Educators was an organization created to support queer educators, queer youth, and their families in Bay Area schools. The collection consists of correspondence, minutes from meetings (primarily regional steering committee meetings), financial...

[Bay Area photograph album of San Jose, Palo Alto, Sausalito, and other regional scenes].

Includes 10 views of home interiors and exteriors in San Jose, and views in Palo Alto, Sausalito, Monterey and Pacific Grove.

Bay Area Physicians For Human Rights Records

Internal documents, activities, and correspondence document BAPHR's health care advocacy for gay, lesbians and bisexuals from 1979-1995.

Bay Area Playwights Festival Collection

Founded by Robert Woodruff in 1976, the Bay Area Playwrights Festival is an annual event focusing on writing and workshops led by eminent playwrights. The collection contains festival materials including scripts, promotional materials, photographs, audio tapes, and video recordings from...

Bay Area Radical Teachers' Organizing Collective Records

The Bay Area Radical Teachers’ Organizing Collective (BARTOC) was a small collective of Bay Area teachers, active from October 1969-1974, committed to providing alternatives to the conventional curriculum of the time. The collection contains correspondence, a written history of BARTOC,...

Bay Area Radio Drama (BARD) Collection

This collection contains material amassed by Erik Bauersfeld relating to his work with the Bay Area Radio Drama (BARD) organization dating from 1961-2016. Included are organizational records, reseach materials, correspondence, scripts and sound and moving image recordings of various BARD...

Bay Area Reference Center (BARC) records

The Bay Area Reference Center (BARC) was part of a four tier reference service network designed to serve a large section of traditionally underserved rural areas of California. BARC covered nine Northern California public library systems and was headquartered at...

Bay Area Ridge Trail Council Records

The Bay Area Ridge Trail Council is a non-profit organization whose mission is to create a continuous trail along the ridgelines overlooking the San Francisco Bay. The Bay Area Ridge Trail Council Records consist of files that the organization compiled...

Bay Area Socialist Organizing Committee records

Minutes, discussion papers, and internal circulated documents, relating to communist political thought and activities in the United States.

Bay Area Socialist School records, 1968-2002 (bulk 1978-1985).

Contains newsletters, programs, articles, notebooks, financial records, brochures, course lists, etc. concerning the operations of socialist schools opened in 1974 by an East Bay chapter of the New American Movement (NAM). Also contains general materials on socialism and from other...

Bay Area Typographical Union. Local 21 (San Francisco, Calif.) Records

The Bay Area Typographical Union (BATU) collection contains organizational records and materials donated by the San Francisco Typographical Union Local 21, the bulk consisting of the records of Local 21, Oakland Local 36, Palo Alto Local 521 and San Jose...

Bay Area Women at the Helm Records

Founded in the mid-1980s, Bay Area Women at the Helm (BAWATH) describes itself as "a lesbian organization open to all women actively engaged in boating." Club activities include boating trips, potlucks and other social events. The collection includes event flyers,...

Bay Area Women of Color BDSM Photo Project Collection

Material related to the Bay Area Women of Color BDSM Photo Project, later called the Bay Area Women of Color Photo Project. April Martin Chartrand, also known as Ms. Heart, co-founded the group with Andrew Morgan in 2003. Their mission...

Bay Brick Inn Records

The collection contains records from the Bay Brick Inn (also known as the Baybrick Inn), a popular South of Market guest house, bar and club for women owned by Lauren Hewitt that was open from 1982-1987.

[Bay Bridge construction photographs].

Various photographers/creators: California, Inc., Associated Oil Company, Standard Oil Co., and Walter G. Swanson (photographer).

[Bay Bridge silks].

20230627 uncataloged

Bay Cities Gilder Club Collection, 1930-1932

Photographs, flight logs, scrapbook, clippings, essay, constitution

Bay Cities Glider Club

Photographs, flight logs, scrapbook, clippings, essay, constitution...

Bay City Paint Company records, 1923-2001.

Contains financial records, scrapbook of company's history, charge sheets from 1942 and 1943, paint catalogs, brochures and color cards.

Bay Meadows Oral History Project : oral history transcripts / 2008-2009.

Interviews with former staff members of Bay Meadows Race Track, located in the city of San Mateo, California from 1934 to 2008.

Bay to Breakers race photographs from the San Francisco Examiner photograph archive.

Photographs documenting the Examiner-sponsored Bay to Breakers 12 kilometer foot race and "fun run" through San Francisco. Between 1912 and 1964, this race was known as the Cross City Race. The Examiner began sponsorship in 1966, but the earliest photographs...

Bay View PTA Scrapbook

Scrapbook album contains mounted publicity newspaper articles about the Bay View School Parent Teacher Association, lists, mimeographed flyers and memoranda; also two photographs (Bay View School and Bay View PTA Executive Board.

Bayard (Arnold A.) Collection

American and European wine catalogs and French price lists, especially those from the Bordeaux region.

Bayard (James A.) Letter

One Civil War era letter (ALS) from James Asheton Bayard [U.S. Senator from Delaware], discussing mid-term election to replace Senator Thompson, arrests in Delaware, and incompetence of reporters. Washington, 14 Dec.1862....

Bayard Stockton Good Companions Radio Show Collection

The Bayard Stockton Good Companions Radio Show Collection contains one hundred four (104) community affairs radio interviews aired on KMGQ-FM Goleta and conducted with a wide variety of well-known people on current events such as the arts, social issues, the...

Bayard Taylor holograph poem, circa 1870s

(1825-1878). One holograph poem by American poet, literary critic, translator, and travel author Bayard Taylor, signed B.T., ca. 1870s. Alpha list.

Bayard Taylor note and portrait, 1857 November 28.

Holograph note written and signed by Bayard Taylor, an American poet and travel author from Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, about keeping an appointment to give a lecture on Alexander von Humboldt. The note is mounted behind a cardboard frame. One black...

Bayen (Malaku E.) letter fragment

Relates to the history of Ethiopia. Includes an issue of The Voice of Ethiopia (New York), organ of the Ethiopian World Federation, for September 14, 1940.

Bayer (Leona M.) Correspondence

Professional correspondence, primarily 1950-62....

Bayerl, Joseph P. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection consists of correspondence and clippings for SSgt. Joseph P. Bayerl during the Second World War.

Bayley (Walter Alonzo) papers

Dr. Walter Alonzo Bayley's USC School of Medicine diploma (Class of 1905), California Board of Medical Examiners certificate, and letter and certificate signed by Rufus B. vonKleinsmid acknowledging Dr. Bayley's role in reestablishing the School of Medicine. Bayley (1880-1948) was...

Baylies (Francis) Correspondence

The collection consists of a series of 48 letters sent by American Congressman Francis Baylies to General John E. Wool between 1848 and 1852. Baylies writes extensively, and often scathingly, of antebellum era politics, statesmen, military operations, military leaders,...

Baylis (Douglas and Maggie) Collection, 1938-1998

Contains landscape architecture drawings, photographs, clippings, correspondence, and writings documenting Baylis landscape design projects and publishing endeavors. Professional Papers contain correspondence, writings, graphics intended for publication, and material for the production of the book California Houses of Gordon Drake (Douglas...

Baylis (Maggie) photograph of Queen Elizabeth (passenger liner)

The Maggie Baylis photograph of Queen Elizabeth (passenger liner) (P79-128, SAFR 14918) consists of the camera original black-and-white 2-1/2 x 2-1/2 in. safety negative, a black-and-white 5-3/4 x 4-1/2 in. copy negative, and a black-and-white 4 x 4 in. copy...

Bayliss Family archive, 1906-1955.

Ledgers and documents relating to the Bayliss Family businesses in Biggs, CA.

Bayne (Joseph Breckinridge) papers

Clippings, other printed matter, photocopies of letters, certificates, and photographs, relating to military and civilian hospitals in Romania during World War I and to postwar conditions in Romania.

Bayreuth scrapbook, 1938.

Scrapbook of postcards, programs and ticket stubs of Wagner's operas from the 1938 Bayreuth Festival.

Bayviewer Magazine Collection

The (1967-?) magazine collection consists of 21 issues of the and magazine, a political and social magazine focused on the African American community in the San Francisco Bay Area. The magazine regularly featured advertisements by black-owned business and articles on...

Bazarevich (Vladimir I.) papers

Correspondence and orders, relating to White Russian military activities in Gallipoli, Bulgaria, and Yugoslavia.

Bazarov (Pavel A.) papers

Reports, orders, field maps, correspondence, and clippings, relating to the Russo-Japanese War.

Bazhenova (Taisiia Anatol'evna) papers

Correspondence, writings, clippings, and photographs, relating to Russian literature and Russian émigré affairs.

Bazili (Nikolai Aleksandrovich) papers

Correspondence, writings, memoranda, reports, notes, photographs, memorabilia, and artwork relating to Russian political and foreign affairs (1900-1917), Russian involvement in World War I, the abdication of Tsar Nicholas II, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and Soviet economics and politics....

BBC World Service radio broadcast recordings

Sound recordings of radio broadcasts to the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia and to Vietnam. Includes radio scripts, correspondence and background newspaper clippings.

Büchler (Alfons) World War II Correspondence Collection

The Alfons Büchler World War II Correspondence Collection contains a small number of letters sent to and from Alfons Büchler. Letters are in German, and were sent via Feldpost, the German military mail service.

B-E Collection: Lesbians and Their Careers

This collection contains oral history interviews of lesbians discussing their lives and includes discussions regarding childhood, careers, coming out, lesbian relationships, family, hobbies, education, and other topics. Material in this collection is available to view at:

Beach (Charles A.) diary

"The manuscript diary of events as experienced and recorded in chronological order by Charles Beach during his confinement in the asylum directed by Dr. Ludwig Meyer associated with the Landesirrenanstalt in Göttingen, Germany beginning in April 1874 until March 1875...

Beach, Ed "County Crimes"

Presentation on homicides in Ventura County

Beach (Edward L.) typescript

Relates to American naval operations, including the battle of Manila Bay in 1898; American intervention in Mexico (1914), Haiti (1915), and the Dominican Republic (1916); and operations in the Atlantic Ocean during World War I. Also includes translations of letters...

Beach, Edwin F. Collection

This collection represents some materials from the life of Judge Edwin Beach

Beach (John) papers

The John Beach papers span 23.5 linear feet and date circa 1930 to circa 1980s. The collection is primarily composed of architectural magazines, newspaper clippings, notebooks filled with handwritten notes and sketches, correspondence, photographs and postcards of California architecture, presentation...

Beach Thompson and Howard P. Veeder papers, 1864-1934.

Contains correspondence, legal documents, and ephemera of two capitalists who were investors and business partners in various fields incuding mining, water rights and hydroelectric power, and telegraphy, especially the Federal Telegraph Company. Also includes deeds, personal correspondence, genealogical information for...

Beadle (J. Gerald Hyde) diaries

A British merchant seaman and private, the J. Gerald Hyde Beadle diaries relate to British military operations in Turkey and the Middle East during World War I, including the battle of Gallipoli.

Beal (Johnson) Papers

Letters from family and friends, poll tax receipts....

Beal (Paula) Papers

The Paula Beal Papers consist of notebooks, subject files, reports, correspondence, flyers, and periodicals documenting her activities with housing activist and food justice groups in Oakland, California in the 2010s.

Beal (Tandy) Family Papers

Tandy Beal (1948-) is an American director, choreographer, performer and teacher of dance. She has performed as a solo artist and in her ensemble Tandy Beal & Company founded in 1974. She wrote, directed and choreographed the New Pickle Circus...

Beal (Thaddeus R.) memoir

Relates to American military policy, 1969-1971. Photocopy.

Bealer, Lewis Winkler Collection of clippings and notes relating to Central and South America, [1939-1940].

Primarily concerning diplomatic relations with the United States and German infiltration.

Beale's Cut Photograph Slide Collection

The contains 24 color slides and photographs of Beale's Cut, located in the Newhall area of Los Angeles.

Beales (L. James) Collection of Polk Street Bar Memorabilia

The L. James Beales Collection of Polk Street Bar Memorabilia includes flyers, invitations, photographs, t shirts and artifacts primarily from the Rendezvous, which closed in 1998. There is also material from the Q.T., Reflections and other Polk Street bars. The...

Beall (James T., Jr.) Collection

This collection documents James T. "Jim" Beall, Jr.'s service as a member of the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors from 1994 to 2006.

Bealmear, Beverly B. (First World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from Pvt. Beverly "Bev" Bealmear, USA, during the First World War.

Beaman, Alfred. Letters from Alfred Beaman to his brother : Grass Valley, Calif., 1852-1853.

Description of mining techniques, life at the mines and cost of living.

Bean (Mrs. Albert) playbill

Collection consists of a 1879 playbill from a Clara Louise Kellogg operatic performance at the McVicker's Theater in Chicago, Illinois.

Bean (Sandra) Home Movie Collection

The Sandra Bean Home Movie Collection includes nine reels of 8mm and 16mm film documenting African Americans beginning in the late 1930s. The home movies include four b&w and four color films totaling 103 minutes and shows women gardening, children...

Bean (Theodore S.) Parts Catalogue and Photographs

One parts catalogue and photographs of a Bean ballast tamper.

The bean ticket letter collection : an unpublished manuscript by Nellie Blair Greene; edited by Beverlee Calvert, 1930-1948.

During the years 1930 to 1948, Nellie Blair Greene corresponded with her friend, Mrs. Marshall Smith (Delia), in Jackson, Michigan. Mrs. Smith saved Nellie's letters and some years later they were given to Beverlee Calvert, who hoped to publish them...

Beane (James B.) interview

Relates to flight training in the United States, American bombing operations in the Mediterranean Theater, and conditions of American prisoners of war in Romanian prison camps, during World War II. Typed transcript.

The Bear - the mercy ship : excerpts from the letters of Lieutenant Commander Clement Joseph Todd's three trips to Alaska on the Coast Guard Cutter Bear : mss., 1921-1923.

Excerpts from his diary letters, 1921-1923, describe his experiences in Alaska and Siberia and mention encounters with Eskimos.

Bear Creek Company records, 1935-1939.

Balance sheets, etc., association agreement for fig growers, contracts with California Packing Corporation and Libby, McNeil & Libby, and liquidation schedule.

Bear Creek Ditch Company, Mariposa Co., Calif. records, 1856-1883.

Contents: v. 1 - Organizational records (1857-1883): charter, constitution and by-laws, minutes of meetings; v. 2 - accounts (1856-1858) erroneously noted as Mariposa County account book.

Bear Ephemera and Archival Repository Collection

Collection contains material from the Bear Ephemera and Archival Repository (BEAR) collection, including personal papers, ephemera, audiovisual materials, artifacts, works of art, photographs, and textiles related to gay men and bear culture.

Bear Flag Artifact

One of the original Bear flags, created circa 1995. The flag was donated by Craig A. Byrnes. According to history provided by Byrnes: The flag was created to be an inclusive symbol for the Bear community. The first four flags...

Bear (Marjorie W.) World War I Ephemera Collection

Collection of World War I era ephemera, ca. 1917-1918, including broadsides, programs, tags, stickers, and pins, as assembled by Mrs. H. S. (Marjorie W.) Bear. Many of the items are from Chicago....

Beard (Harold Wilcox) Photographs

Photographs of Beard, Stanford scenes (pre-1906 earthquake), Beta Chapter of Kappa Upsilon fraternity, and the Hotel Del Monte in Monterey, California.

Beard (Samuel N.) Papers

This collection consists mostly of television scripts and short stories by Mr. Beard about life in the agricultural packing industry of California's Salinas and Imperial Valleys. A small portion of the material includes correspondence, photographs, and articles.

Beard (Tyler) Manuscripts and Research Papers

Tyler Beard (1954 September 1 - 2007 December 20) was renowned for his expertise on cowboy boots and other aspects of Western style. Beard and his wife, Teresa, opened a Western apparel, boots, and antiques outfit called "True West" in...

Beardemphl (Bill) Papers

Bill Beardemphl (1926-2002) was a journalist, activist, and chef who is best known for founding the Society for Individual Rights (SIR), a homophile organization, and publishing its magazine Vector. In the 1980s, he was also the owner of the San...

Beardsley (Aubrey) Collection

This guide describes the Clark Library's collection of Aubrey Beardsley material, and includes original drawings, prints, prospectuses for published works, posters, and portfolios of published prints.

Beardsley (Aubrey) Correspondence

A collection of material related to the English illustrator and author Aubrey Beardsley.

Beardsley (Aubrey), Philip S. Burns Collection on

Items related to the Aubrey Beardsley collection assembled by Philip S. Burns, which was sold at auction in 1999.

Beardsley (Charles Alexander) Papers

This collection consists largely of press clippings and editorials about his law career, 1939-1940, but also includes a bibliography and reprints, 1930-1940, and two certificates, 1940-1941.

Beardsley Family Photographs, (R.A. Walker Collection of)

Photographs of Aubrey Beardsley and his family collected by R.A. Walker, likely as a part of his research on Beardsley.

Beardsley Graham papers, [ca. 1963-1979].

Materials relating to his work in exploration and development of domestic communication satellite systems and establishment of the Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT), and other endeavors.

Beash Roma illustrations to Sándor Petőfi's János Vitéz (John the Valiant)

43 illustrations depicting the story of drawn in Pécs, Hungary, by special needs high school students, many from the Beash Roma community, under the instruction of art teacher Ildikó Fodor in the 1980s.

"Beatitude" #32 publication records

The "Beatitude" #32 publication records, 1980-1982, consists of typescripts, drawings, notes, and mockups for issue number 32 of "Beatitude", the San Francisco magazine of beat poetry. Drafts of poems by Janice Blue, Neeli Cherkovski, Louis Collins, Gregory Corso, Kirby Doyle,...

Beatles Collection

This collection includes scrapbook, photo album, loose snapshots, game and fan magazines.

Beatrice and William Eisman collection of U.S.-Vietnam materials, 1963-2009.

Received as part of the Beatrice and William Eisman collection on Indochina after liberation (BANC PIC 2003.186--PIC).

Beatrice and William Eisman collection on Indochina after liberation.

A photographic history of the struggle of Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia for peace, sovereignty and development in the Third Indochina War, following their liberation in 1975. Consists of photographic prints and illustrations from printed sources, with descriptive captions and accompanying...

Beatrice L. Magnes family papers and photographs, 1861-1977.

The collection consists primarily of materials relating to Beatrice Lowenstein Magnes' extended family. Included are letters, notes and essays, poetry and plays, personal documents, Mendelson and Lowenstein family materials from mid-nineteenth-century Germany (including correspondence, a poem in honor of Sophia...

Beatrice Metcalf Bain papers, 1963-1986 (bulk 1972-1973).

Contains correspondence, legal and financial records. Correspondence is mostly with Bain's family including her father Woodbridge Metcalf and also Margaret Papandeou, the First Lady of Greece (1981-1989). Also includes photographs and slides from her 1981 tour of China, a travel...

Beatrice Potter Webb letter to Marjorie S. Wheeler : LS, 1936 Sept. 15.

Enclosure: snapshot of Beatrice and Sidney Webb.

Beattie (George William) and Helen Pruitt Beattie Papers

This collection contains materials related to California history, especially that of the San Bernardino County region. There are also materials related to Mormon pioneers in the San Bernardino Valley and education in the Philippine Islands. Most of the items in...

Beatty (Alfred Chester, Sir) correspondence

Relates mainly to copper mining activities of the Kyshtim Corporation in the Ural region of Russia. Photocopy.

Beatty (Patricia) papers

This collection consists of notes, proofs, manuscripts, and other material related to the written works of Patricia Beatty, an award-winning author of children's books including and . The collection also includes materials on books Beatty co-authored with her husband John...

Beau Geste Press Ephemera

Editions of the press' serial publication, "Schmuck," contain works of several artists from a single country, such as Iceland, France, and Hungary....

Beauchamp (Henry Herron) Papers

This collection consists of the journals of English businessman H.H. Beauchamp (1825-1907), for the years 1870-1907, in which he wrote extensively about family matters and travels, as well letters written by Beauchamp, mainly to his wife, Elizabeth Lassetter Beauchamp, and...

Beaudin (Christy L.) dissertation research material

This collection (1988-1999) is made up of research materials including newspaper clippings and health reports used for Christy Beaudin's 1997 dissertation, "Determinants of utilization in a community-based AIDS service organization." Christy Beaudin's professional life has been devoted to promoting quality...

Beaudine (William) papers

The collection consists of film and television scripts, correspondence, contracts, books and periodicals, scrapbooks and loose clippings, miscellaneous items, and photographs.

Beaufort (Sir Francis) Papers

This collection is comprised of three sets of distinct papers concerning members of the Beaufort, Edgeworth, and Larpent families. The bulk of the collection consists of the papers of Admiral Sir Francis Beaufort (1774-1857), hydrographer of the British Navy and...

Beaufort (Sir Francis) Papers Addenda

Correspondence, documents, photographs, poems and wills relating to Sir Francis Beaufort, Maria Edgeworth and the Beaufort and Edgeworth families.

Beaulieu Vineyards Records

The Beaulieu Vineyards Records documents the history of the vineyard, the property history of the vineyard, and personnel and family histories related to the vineyard.

Beaumont (Arthur) papers

Arthur Beaumont was a Lieutnane in the United States Naval Reserve and official artist of the United States Fleet. During World War II, he was a war artist and documented naval battles. The collection includes documents, photographs, and artwork.

Beaumont (Henry G.) collection

Affidavits, speeches, biographical data, clippings, and memorabilia, relating to the trial of Japanese political and military leaders for war crimes in Tokyo, 1946-1948. Includes the opening speech of the prosecution, and affidavits of the defendants Hideki Tojo and Hiroshi Oshima.

Beaumont Library District

Items were selected from the archival holdings of Beaumont Library District's history collection. Of special interest are images that depict the historical buildings, structures, railroads, public institutions, ranches and farms and the topical geography in the expansion of the Beaumont-...

Beaver Hill Coal Company Financial Records

These are the financial records of the Beaver Hill Coal Company.

Beaver (Jefferson A.) Papers

The Jefferson A. Beaver papers consist of photographs, correspondence, awards, newspaper clippings, and programs that document his activities as a banker, co-founder of the Transbay Federal Savings and Loan, and his service on various public and civic boards.

Beaver (passenger vessel) photograph

The collection consists of 1 (8 x 10 in.) photographic print of the steamer BEAVER, in 1870.

Beaver (steamship) ephemera

Beaver (steamship) ephemera (SAFR 17209, HDC 281) includes two brief histories of the steamship BEAVER, a magazine sketch and a pocket book titled "History of the Hudson Bay Co.'s S.S. Beaver." The collection is available for research use without restriction.

Beavers (Susan) Collection

The Susan Beavers Collection, 1955-2014, consists primarily of scripts from the Lifetime network television series Oh Baby, created by Beavers. Also in the collection are scripts and material from other shows Beavers worked on as well as scripts, notes, and...

Because People Matter Collection, Guide to the

Contained is a complete set of issues for the monthly and bimonthly newspaper Because People Matter, a Sacramento-based publication that ran from 1992 to 2009. Also included in the collection is an assortment of photographic prints and a cloth banner.

Becher (John C.)

The collection consists entirely of scripts. Represented are two films, NEXT STOP, GREENWICH VILLAGE (1976) and UP THE SANDBOX (1972), five teleplays, and nearly two dozen stage plays. Of special interest are the scripts for industrial films made by American...

Bechtel (Julius) correspondence

Relates to German military operations during World War I.

Beck (Brian Kevin) papers

Information packets, workshop material, letters to the editor, clippings, flyers, poetry, and gay organization material, circa 1970-2007, from writer and educator Brian Kevin Beck from Whitewater, Wisconsin. Included are articles and manifesto-like writings regarding homosexuality, homophobia, and the intersections of...

Beck (Christopher) Papers

Christopher Beck was a choreographer and dance teacher who, in 1975, formed Christopher Beck & Company and founded Centerspace Theater in San Francisco. This collection includes videotapes, films, photographs, slides, contact sheets, negatives, audio cassette tapes, clippings, features, reviews, programs,...

Beck collection of Henri Cartier-Bresson photographs

The collection consists of 38 silver gelatin prints taken by photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson in the mid-twentieth century while on news assignment. Photographs in the collection depict various people and street scenes, and were taken in India, China, Hong Kong, France,...

Beck, Eldon Collection

The Eldon Beck Collection spans the years c. 1968-2014 and includes files created by Beck and his time with the firm RHBA. The collection is organized into three series: Professional Papers, Office Records, Project Records. These records contain correspondence, project...

Beck Family Papers

The collection contains personal and business papers of the Beck family, with particular focus on Violet Beck.

Beck (Frank) Papers

Frank Beck (1893-1962) was an artist who created the cartoon strips (1920-36), (1926-37), (1935-62), and (1940-56). The collection consists of Beck's cartoon strips, original ink drawings, proof sheets, clippings, printed ephemera, correspondence and photographs.

Beck (Jay) collection

The Jay Beck collection is made up of printed material including articles, product advertisements and brochures, price data, and product specifications. The collection focuses on computer systems, hardware graphics systems, software graphics, CAD, CAE, graphic arts, networking, and languages.

Beck (Judge Julian) Collection

Julian Beck was a teacher, politician, and judge in Los Angeles and was instrumental in the establishment of San Fernando Valley State College, now known as California State University, Northridge. Documented in the collection are Beck's family life, judicial and...

Beck (Nicholas) collection on Budd Schulberg

The Nicholas Beck collection on Budd Schulberg consists of material relating to Budd Schulberg (1914-2009)--the American screenwriter, television producer, and novelist--collected by Nicholas Beck (1932-2017). The collection includes material on Budd Schulberg's life, family, and works; the Watts Writers Workshop...

Beck (Rollo H.) field notes

The Rollo H. Beck field notes consists of one bound volume spanning the years 1910-1912. Originally maintained by the author in three-ring field note binders, the notes were later separated and bound chronologically. The notes include journal entries and catalogues...

Beck (Rollo Howard and Ida Menzies) Papers

Consists of papers relating to Rollo Beck's life, primarily but not exclusively his life as a collector. Included are papers relating to expeditions to the Galápagos (5 starts, 4 completed trips), South America and parts of the Caribbean, the South...

Beck (Stephen C.) Papers

The collection consists of personal and business papers related to Beck's artwork, exhibitions, and commercial electronics; photo documentation including slides, positive prints, and negatives of videos and gallery installations; schematics and drawings related to artworks and commercial ventures; papers related...

Becker, Charles S. (postcards)

This collection contains four postcards to and from Capt. Charles S. Becker, USA between 1900 and 1910.

Becker family papers

The Becker family papers are comprised of family correspondence during the period 1939-1941, including letters and postcards sent from the Warsaw and Lodz ghettos from some members of the Becker family to family members living in the United States.

Becker (Gwen) collection

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, and campaign literature, distributed in Bavaria by various political parties and other political groups, relating to elections and other political issues in Bavaria.

Becker (Hans-Joachim) memoir

Relates to German military activities in France, 1943-1945, and to conditions of German prisoners of war in American prison camps, 1945-1946.

Becker (John) articles on Charles Fletcher Lummis writings

This collection include two typed copies of articles by John Becker that are based on the writings of Charles F. Lummis. The copies were made after 1925.

Becker (John) Collection

A brief biography of Charles Fletcher Lummis, 1859-1928.

Becker, Maurice Edwin (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from PFC Maurice Edwin Becker, USA to his mother and father during the Second World War.

Becker (television series) production files

Production files, mainly budget related, for the television series (1998-2004).

Becker (Willi) papers

Letters, diaries, postcards, and photographs, relating to German military operations during World War I and to conditions in British prison camps. Includes some World War II photographs.

Becket (Elise G.) papers

Correspondence, reports, studies, testimony, statements, clippings, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to the military junta governing Greece, 1967-1974, to relations between Greece and the United States during that period, and especially to political prisoners, the employment of torture,...

Becket (MacDonald) Papers Documenting the Work of Wurdeman and Becket, Welton Becket and Associates and the Becket Group

Albums of clippings, letters, photographs and ephemera, as well as brochures, company newsletters and related materials collected by MacDonald Becket, document the work of the successive architectural firms of Wurdeman and Becket, Welton Becket and Associates, and the Becket Group.

Becket (Marta) papers

The collection consists of materials related to the development and growth of the Amargosa Opera House as a performance venue by Marta Becket and Tom Williams and the productions created by Marta Becket since the theatre's opening in 1968.

Becket (Welton) Architectural Drawings and Photographs

The Welton Becket architectural drawings and photographs document the career of this architect whose iconic designs defined the built environment of Los Angeles in the mid-twentieth century. Comprised of over 10,000 drawings and over 1500 photographs, the collection includes a...

Becket (Welton) papers

The Welton Becket papers span 27 linear feet and date circa 1929 to circa 1999. The collection contains slides, both black-and-white and color photographs, reports, correspondence, as well as architectural reprographic copies of the Computer Sciences Corporation Aerospace Center Offices...

Beckett (C.Tucker), 1912-1969

This collection consists of photographs and diaries that belonged to Clarence Tucker Beckett, a Presidio soldier, and help to document the immense changes that occurred in the machinery of war at a nascent era of American military power.

Beckett (John C.) Collection of Stanford and Palo Alto Dance Cards

Collection includes invitations and dance cards to Stanford events, including the Jolly-Up; dances at the Palo Alto High School; private dance parties in Palo Alto and nearby locations, including one at the Duveneck's Hidden Villa Ranch; and dances at other...

Beckett (Lawrence George) Railroad Passes

Railroad passes for Lawrence George Beckett, a telegraph operator and a traveling auditor for Northern Electric Railway.

Beckett (R. B.) English artist research files

This collection contains research files of English art historian R. B. Beckett (1891-1970), chiefly consisting of study photographs collected from the late 1940s to early 1960s documenting the works of John Constable and other English artists.

Beckett (Samuel) Papers

The collection contains photocopies of what were three unpublished works by Samuel Beckett and correspondence with Beckett and UCSB Library staff regarding permission to supply photocopies to researchers....

Beckford (Ruth) Papers

The Ruth Beckford Papers include dance programs, correspondence, lesson plans, oral histories, manuscripts, newspapers clippings, and photographs documenting Beckford’s career as a noted African-Haitian dancer, actress, and teacher.

Becking (Rudolf W.) Collection

Rudolf Willem Becking was a professor of Forestry and Natural Resources at Humboldt State University from 1960-1983. He did extensive work in Northwestern California. His research interests included Redwoods, sustainable forestry (Plenturung), plant community ecology (Phytosociology), serpentine endemics, the Marbled...

Beckler (Stanworth) Collection

This collection consists of original scores and arrangements by Stanworth Beckler.

Beckley, Willard Oral History

Discusses family history, school years, and the depression

Beckman (Arnold Orville) Papers

The Arnold Beckman materials are primarily printed matter relating to Beckman's philanthropy, including newspaper clippings, photos, albums and scrapbooks. There are also two archival boxes of biographical newspaper clippings from the 1950s through 1989. Although there is only a small...

Becks (Hermann) Papers

Hermann Becks (1897-1962) was born in Wesel am Rhine, Germany. He is known for his research and publications in dentistry and experimental biology. The collection consists of correspondence and printed material related to Becks's career as a dentist and research...

Beckwith (Burnham Putnam) typescript

Relates to the development of the socialist convictions and economic theories of B. P. Beckwith, his personal life, and the genealogy of the Beckwith family. Includes handwritten annotations, some original typescript pages, copies of selected journal articles by B. P....

Beckwith (Loring D.) Papers

Letters, mss. of his writings and clippings, relating mainly to his career in Stockton, Calif., as editor of The Forum and No Taxes, newspapers advocating Henry George's single tax theory. A few letters and clippings concern his newspaper career in...

Beckwith (Sterling) Papers

Papers pertain to his interest and work in engineering and include drawings, notes, publications, correspondence, reports, plans, financial records, manuals, photographs, and patent files. Subjects include helicopters and polycopters, hydroelectric projects (including that of Paradise, California), the Nitrafix Process [recovery...

Beckwourth-Wilson research.

This collection contains research by Elinor Wilson on the subject of James P. Beckwourth, the first African American pioneer and mountain man. The collection contains extensive correspondence between Wilson and various academic, libraries, and government agencies in pursuit of information...

"Becoming Stanford: The Making of an American University" [videorecording]

Part 1, "The Founding," covers the origins and building of the university through World War I; highlights include Stanford family history, the first Big Game between Stanford and UC Berkeley, early student life, the rise of tenure, and the 1906...

Beddie (James S.) Papers

Includes various State Department records, e.g. material on the German War Documents Project (post-WWII), from an American scholar and Foreign Service Officer who spent his last years in Santa Barbara.

Bedell, Charles T. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from Ens. Charles T. Bedell, USNR, to his friends John and Kay Miller during the Second World War.

Bedford (Hastings William Sackville Russell, Duke of)

Pamphlets by the Duke of Bedford, 1942-1952, and correspondence between the Duke of Bedford and Louis Obed Renne, 1948-1952, relating to pacifism and military disarmament.

Bednarski (Wincenty) paintings

Nine paintings, including eight portraits of the Soviet leader V. I. Lenin.

Bednarz (Dan) typescript

Relates to East Germany and to the unification of Germany.

Bednarz (Ludwik) papers

Autobiography, other writings, printed matter, identification papers, certificates, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to the oil and gas industries in Poland and to the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance.

Bedpan Productions Records

Various manuscripts to the guides that were produced by Bedpan Productions. In the words of the authors, Betty and Pansy's Severe Queer Reviews are, "An irreverent, opinionated guide to the bars, clubs, restaurants, cruising areas, performing arts, and other attraction...

Bee (Carlos) Papers

Carlos Bee served as California State Assemblyman for the 13th District from 1954, when he was first elected to the office, until 1974, when he died at the age of 57. Collection consists of legislation files and memorabilia.

Bee, Laun (First World War correspondence)

This collection consists of correspondence from Laun Bee to his family during the First World War.

Bee perspectives of the Warren Era : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-1976.

Copies of photographs inserted. Contents: From the Capitol Press Room, interview with Richard Rodda, political editor of the three McClatchy Bee newspapers; Perspectives of a Political Reporter, interview with Herbert L. Phillips, political reporter for the Sacramento Bee (1933-1963); An...

Bee Zee Club Scrapbooks

The collection consist of three scrapbooks with newspaper clippings and programs about the Bee Zee Club members and their activities.

Beebe (Charles A.) Papers

Collection consists of correspondence and papers of Charles A. Beebe, chiefly as receiver of public moneys for the district of lands subject to sale at Los Angeles. Includes his letter of appointment on January 29, 1863 signed by President Abraham...

Beebe (Lucius M.) Collection

Letters, manuscripts, galleys, clippings, ephemera, and biographical material relating to the newspaper society columnist, publisher, and railroad historian Lucius Morris Beebe....

Beecher Family Papers

Papers belonging to 19th century New England politically active Beecher family.

Beecher Family Photograph Collection

A group of five 19th century photographs of the Beecher family of New England, and an album of the Bullard family, the family of Henry Ward Beecher's wife, Eunice (Bullard) Beecher.

Beech-Nut Plant Photographs Collection

Collection of Beech-Nut plant photographs. The Beech-Nut plant was located in Canajoharie, N.Y....

Beeckman (John H.) Papers

Correspondence between John H. Beeckman, his wife Margaret, and other family members....

Beekeeping Supply Catalog Collection

The Beekeeping Supply Catalog Collection contains supply catalogs and other publications that offer for sale an apicultural line from a manufacturer or retailer. Catalogs from companies such as: A.I. Root, Dadant and Sons, and the Diamond Match Company, are found...

Beel (Sigmund S.) Memorabilia

Includes concert programs 1892-1912; concert programs; and signed photographs of other musicians.

Beelman (Claud) architectural drawings

The Claud Beelman collection contains original drawings of mostly commercial buildings constructed in the Los Angeles area between the early 1920s and the early 1960s. Some projects consist of preliminary sketches, working drawings, and presentation drawings; some projects also include...

Beer (Alice Baldwin) collection

Proclamations, leaflets, flyers, clippings, and letters, relating to the Spanish Civil War, especially in Catalonia, and to American public opinion regarding the war. Includes letters by Margaret Palmer, an American visitor to Spain, 1937.

Beer and Brewing Ephemera Collection

Collection includes stickers, coasters, and a small amount of realia from breweries, cideries, and beer events.

Beer (F. F.) collection

Sketchbook of drawings of inmates and scenes at the Ruhleben prison camp, Germany, which housed British civilians interned in Germany during World War I. Drawn by various prisoners of the camp. Digital copy also available at

Beerbohm (Max), Majl Ewing Collection on

Original artwork and prints created by (or related to) caricaturist, author and artist Max Beerbohm. The items in this collection were a donation from the estate of UCLA Professor Majl Ewing.

Beerbohm (Max, Sir) Papers

Henry Maximilian Beerbohm (1872-1956) was born in London, England. He became a satirical essayist, caricaturist, critic, short story writer, and novelist. The collection consists of correspondence, literary manuscripts, notebooks, unpublished poems, original drawings, and ephemera related to the writings of...

Beers (Jinx) papers

Jinx Beers was founder of and lifelong lesbian activist throughout Southern California. This collection represents administrative activities of as well as the writing and publication of Beers's memoir and various stories and articles.

Beery (Barbara) Papers

Subject files related to lesbian and gay rights law, historical study, and religious groups, assembled by lesbian attorney Barbara Beery. Includes “Identity: Lesbian and Gay Christian Scientists” and “Bay Area Lesbians in Law” newsletters; clippings and correspondence documenting the 1994...

Bees of America miscellaneous records

Correspondence, photographs, and miscellany relating to the provision of relief for Belgian children during World War I.

Beeson (Belle Dora Stamback) Correspondence

Correspondence of Belle Dora Stamback Beeson, of Indiana and California, and her family.

Beeson, Constance [Photographs from the Coni Beeson motion pictures and sound recordings].

Includes images of rafting trips on the Stanislaus and Salmon Rivers; the environment and local people of the Stanislaus River region; the dedication of the New Melones Dam; and protests of the New Melones Dam, including some of protesters who...

Beever (Susanna) Letters

This collection includes letters from Susanna Beever (-1893), a friend of English artist John Ruskin. The letters, which chiefly date from 1889 to 1893, are mainly about Susanna Beever's friends, good works, and garden but the letters also have several...

Befu (Harumi) papers

Harumi Befu joined Stanford's faculty in 1965 and played a pioneering role in establishing Japanese studies at the university. The collection is composed of Befu's family's Japanese American WWII incarceration camp material and prewar Japanese postcards.

Begg (Eugene) Irvine Campus Soil Survey report

This collection consists of the Soil Survey Report, Irvine Campus by Eugene L. Begg.

Beggs (James Montgomery) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to transportation in the United States, space exploration, community development, and the Consolidated Rail Corporation.

Beggs (Larry) Papers on Huckleberry House

The collection consists of correspondence and other personal papers, clippings, ephemera, reports, publications, audiorecordings, posters, and photographs of and about Huckleberry's for Runaways, later known as Huckleberry House, the nation's first runaway shelter for adolescents ages 12-18, founded and co-directed...

Beginnings of Activism for the Department of Asian American Studies (BADAAS) at University of California, Irvine collection

The Beginnings of Activism for the Department of Asian American Studies (BADAAS) at University of California, Irvine, was a group created by the chair of the Department of Asian American Studies, Dr. Judy Wu, and Dr. Thuy Vo Dang, director...

Beginnings of Arts and Crafts in California Manuscript

This is a typed, signed copy of a manuscript entitled by William G. Randall. Randall wrote a dedication to Southwest Museum librarian, Meta Spaulding, in the front of the manuscript, and signed the manuscript at the bottom of the last...

Behind the Lens records

The collection consists primarily of newsletters, correspondence, a manuscript of Behind the Lens founding member Alexis Krasilovsky’s book “Women Behind the Camera: Conversations With Camerawomen,” member documentation, meeting minutes, clippings, financial and tax records.

Behlmer (Rudy) papers

The collection consists of Behlmer's research files for numerous books and articles on the history of motion pictures, and includes scripts, correspondence, clippings, notes, and primary source material related to film production. The material is arranged by film title and...

Behn (Noel) Papers

The papers feature the materials from Noel Behn's career as an author and a producer; and, include manuscripts (by him and other authors), personal notebooks, appointment books, research materials (clippings, magazines, printouts, off-prints, related to Hauptman-Lindbergh case and other famous...

Behnke (Albert Richard) papers

Reports, correspondence, memoranda, statistics, writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to naval medical research, especially with regard to nutrition and effects of severe malnourishment; public health administration by Allied occupation authorities in post-World War II Germany; and extent of malnourishment...

Behr (Georg Heinrich) lecture notes

"Behr was the author of a considerable number of monographs on specific diseases and ailments. Hirsch states that he was noted for his diagnostic acumen and deep knowledge of the literature. He goes on to state that Behr also proffered...

Behr (Peter H.) Papers

Peter H. Behr, Republican, was a California State Senator, 1971-1978. He authored the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1972 and helped to establish roll call votes in all legislative committees. Behr was named Conservation Legislator of the Year in...

Behr (Robert McLean) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, travel and conference schedules, writings, notes, appointment books, and printed matter, relating to American defense policy during the presidential administrations of Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford.

Behrendt Christmas Card Collection

Primarily Christmas cards and holiday cards received by Behrendt; some senders were well-known names in the movie industry.

Behrendt (Hans-Otto) typescript

Relates to terms of capitulation of German forces in Austria. Includes photocopy of annotated draft capitulation document.

Behrendt (Karl-Otto) writings

Memoir and speech, relating to German prisoners of war in the Soviet Union after World War II.

Behrendt Manuscript Collection

A collection of historical papers, primarily of legal documents, forms, pamphlets, booklets and serial publications relating to Southern California and the United States. The dates range from ca. 1538-1939, with its bulk dates between 1850-1920.

Behrendt (Sam) Collection, ca.1870-1920

Photographs. Sam Behrendt was a Los Angeles collector of historical materials including photographs. Many of these photos were made by Charles C. Pierce. Subjects include Los Angeles and Southern California communities, San Francisco and Northern California, and some subject files....

Behrens (Earl C.) typescript

Relates to California politics in the twentieth century. Photocopy.

Behrens (J.D.) East Asian Collection

The J.D. Behrens East Asian Collection was donated on December 15, 1965 by retired missionary Jerry Behrens who was age 82 at the time of the donation. Mr. Behrens was a missionary in China. The collection consists of artifacts and...

Behymer Collection

Lyndon Ellsworth Behymer was an early 20th century music impresario in the Los Angeles area. His sixty-year career involved working with acts including Nellie Melba, Tommaso Salvini, Edwin Booth, Ignace Jan Paderewski, Mei-Lan-Fan, Lily Pons, John Philip Sousa, Anna Pavlova,...

Beichman (Arnold) papers

The papers are comprised of writings, correspondence, and research materials relating to Arnold Beichman's career as a political journalist and author. The collection contains numerous articles and columns published in , as well as drafts of several books written by...

Beilby, Timothy M. Collection

Collection is composed of items – photographs, ephemera, official documents, and several artifacts – that reflect the Cahalan family experience in twentieth-century Sacramento, California, from 1906 to 2006.

Beilenson (Anthony C.) papers

Anthony Charles Beilenson was born on Oct. 26, 1932 in New Rochelle, NY; BA, Harvard Univ., 1954; LL.B, Harvard Univ. Law School, 1957; admitted to CA bar in 1957, and began practice in Beverly Hills; worked as counsel, CA State...

Beilenson (Peter) Collection

The collection contains biographical information, lists, prospectuses, printing specimens, and other ephemera, mainly about Peter Beilenson, Peter Pauper Press (Mount Vernon, NY), and the Walpole Printing Office (New Rochelle, NY). Early in his career, Beilenson was associated with the William...

Beimler (Hans) papers

This collection consists of American producer and writer, Hans Beimler's collection of VHS tapes, scripts, and other papers for television series and movies that he worked on. Programs represented in this collection include "TekWars," "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine," and...

Beinin (Joel) papers

Research files, clippings, publications, and audiovisual materials....

Bekeart (Laura H.) typescript

Relates to operations of the American Relief Administration in Russia.

Bekins (Joan) Collection of Terwilliger Nature Education Center Records

Records of the Terwilliger Nature Education Center (TNEC) and, partially, the Elizabeth Terwilliger Nature Education Foundation (ETNEF) and WildCare as collected by Joan Bekins, professional and personal acquaintance of TNEC founder Elizabeth Terwilliger. Includes administrative, Board of Directors, and program...

Belanger (J. J.) Papers

The papers comprise the subject files; audiotapes and photography; and correspondence, notes and other personal records of Joseph John Bertrund Belanger, known as J. J. Belanger, 1937-1994. Belanger was a military serviceman in the 1940s and 1950s, member and officer...

Belangie (Michael L.) Papers

The Michael Louis (and Mary) Belangie Collection is extensive (9 linear feet). It is divided as follows: Boxes 1, 2, 8 (oversize), and 9 (oversize photo album) contain files pertaining principally to Belangie's personal life. Boxes 3 through 7 contain...

Belarus newspaper collection

The newspapers in this collection were originally collected by the Hoover Institution Library and transferred to the Archives in 2019. The Belarus newspaper collection (1921-2001) comprises ten different titles of publication, in both Estonian and Russian. All of the titles...

Belarusian subject collection

Pamphlets, serial issues, flyers, leaflets, election campaign literature, and other printed matter relating to various aspects of Belarusian history, and to political conditions and elections in Belarus following establishment of its independence.

Belaruski narodny front adradzhen'ne issuances

Programmatic statements, serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, flyers, and election campaign literature, relating to political conditions in Belarus.

Belasco, David Collection 1902.

Thirty-three photographs depicting Belasco's production of The Darling of the Gods, which opened December 3, 1902, at the Belasco Theatre in New York City.

Belchenko (Andrei T.) papers

Russian consular official; consul general, Hankow, China, 1915-1920; subsequently Portuguese consul general, Hankow, and émigré in the United States. The collection includes diaries, speeches and writings, correspondence, consular reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian and Portuguese relations with...

Belcher and Belcher Collection

Correspondence to the law firm of Belcher and Belcher in Marysville, Yuba County, California....

Belcher Atlas of Humboldt County

The Belcher Atlas of Humboldt County, California, compiled from official records and private sources and surveys, shows drainages, settlements, roads, trails, railroads, township and section lines, parcel ownership, and Indian allotments. The Index and Sheets 1-8 were published in 1921;...

Belcher (Ernest) Papers

Belcher was born in London, England, in 1883. He studied ballet in London and was the principal danseur at the Alhambra Theatre (1902-09). He founded the Celeste School of Dance in 1916, which supplied dancers for films and produced ballets...

Belcher family correspondence, 1849-1870.

Contains fifty-nine handwritten letters, mostly between sibling members of the Joseph and Wealthy Whiting Belcher family of Tioga County, New York. Thirty-six of the letters are from a son, Flavel Belcher, covering his time in San Francisco during the Gold...

Belden (David and Elizabeth) Papers

Personal papers of Judge David Belden and his wife Elizabeth, including personal and professional correspondence, as well as David Belden's diary, a small number of tax records, and travel ephemera.

Belden (Jack) papers

Correspondence, news dispatches, and other writings, relating primarily to the Sino-Japanese War, American military operations in North Africa, France, Belgium and Germany, the occupation of Germany, and the publication of China Shakes the World. Includes correspondence with Agnes Smedley.

Belden (Josiah) Papers

Mainly concerning his business, property and mining interests. Included also are diaries of travels in Europe, the Eastern Mediterrnaean area and Alaska; incomplete reminiscence of Bartleson Party's overland journey; and papers for the settlement of Belden's estate. Carton 1: vols....

Belden (Louis D.) Papers

The collection contains correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, and ephemera of Louis deKeyser Belden, a surgeon and captain in the Medical Corps during WWI. Belden was born Dec. 7, 1888, and graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1910....

Belding, William F. Collection

This contains order books of the merchant, William F. Belding, of Giant & Pinole.

Belenkiys-Serebro family papers

Professor Moisei Belenkiy was a military doctor during WWI and later professor. His wife Lidiya Landesman-Belenkaya was a psychology professor. Their daughter Lidiya Belenkaya-Serebro was a chemist, her husband Vladimir Serebro was an engineer. The Belenkiys-Serebro family papers (1854-2017) include...

Belgian Congo Mining photograph albums, circa 1920-1922

Two albums, 93 b/w photographs, some captions in French, many of what appears to be early diamond mining in what was then the Belgian Congo, with images of laborers, European overseers, heavy machinery, and settlements. Places named include Mulomba, Bamba,...

Belgian Congo Photograph Album

One photograph album containing 80 b/w snapshots, a few with captions identifying individuals, apparently from the Zone de la Mongala (river area) of the Belgian Congo, ca. 1890s to early 1900s. Includes images of local inhabitants and activities such as...

Belgian subject collection

Clippings, newspaper issues, pamphlets, leaflets, reports, cartoons, and photographs, relating to miscellaneous aspects of twentieth-century Belgian history, and especially to the destruction of the Library of the Universite catholique de Louvain during World War I and its subsequent reconstruction.

Belgium. Cour de cassation letter

Relates to Belgians transported to Germany for forced labor during World War II.

Belgium newspaper collection

The newspapers in this collection were originally collected by the Hoover Institution Library and transferred to the Archives in 2019. The Belgium newspaper collection (1914-1991) comprises one-hundred and fifty different titles of publication, in French, Dutch (Flemish), and German. All...

Belgium (Territory under German occupation, 1914-1918) issuances

Public proclamations and announcements issued by the German military government in Belgium, arranged and numbered as they appear in Les Avis, Proclamations et Nouvelles de Guerre Allemandes, Affichés � Bruxelles pendant l'Occupation (Ixelles-Bruxelles: Les Editions Brian Hill, 1915-1918). Includes some...

Belgium (Territory under German occupation, 1940-1944) Militarbefehlshaber in Belgien und in Nordfrankreich. Propaganda-Abteilung Belgien records

Correspondence, memoranda, and photographs, relating to propaganda activities. Includes examples of German and Allied propaganda distributed in Belgium and of clandestine anti-German propaganda produced in Belgium.

Belgium (Territory under German Occupation, 1940-1944) Wirtschaftsministerium typescript

Relates to the economic situation in Belgium during World War II.

Belis family papers, 1837-ca. 1975.

Consists of original source material from 19th century Sonoma County Calif., and genealogy research pertaining to the original documents. The original documents of Frederick Blume and his Californiana wife Maria Antonia Caseres, and neighbors Gustavus Burghard and his family are:...

Belis, Ione [Photographs from the Belis family papers].

Genealogical research material including original and copy photographs pertaining to early Sonoma County, Calif. families of Frederick Blume and his wife Maria Antonia Caseres, and Gustavus Burghard and Mary Blume Burghard (i.e Maria Ignacia Valenzuela). Other family members depicted include...

Belitsky (Dr. Tatiana) Collection

Dr. Tatiana Belitskty was a dental surgeon from Russia, who worked in Shanghai from the early 1930s until 1949. The collection consists of photographs, correspondence, identification documents, and other records that document Belitsky's career in China and her attempts to...

Belkin (Aaron) collection

Laws, decrees, and summaries of news stories and news broadcasts, relating to the defense policy of Georgia, its foreign relations, and separatist movements.

Belkin (Gary) Collection

The Gary Belkin Papers, 1955-1985, document Belkin’s writing career, especially his early years. The bulk of his collection consists of skits he wrote or co-wrote for “The Danny Kaye Show” and “Caesar’s Hour.”

Bell (Alan) collection

Alan Bell is a graphic designer and publisher who founded the BLK Publishing Company and published a series of periodicals specifically for Black gays and lesbians. The collection contains materials from the BLK Publishing Company.

Bell (Alexander G.) collection

Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. He was granted patents in 1874 on a multiple telegraph, invented the telephone (1875) and the photophone (1880). The collection consists of works by and about Alexander Graham Bell. Includes pamphlets,...

Bell (Alphonzo E.) papers

Alphonzo Bell (1875-1947) was born in Los Angeles, California. He was a farmer, land developer and subdivider near Santa Fe Springs. He developed the residential subdivision, Bel Air, in West Los Angeles and owned substantial developments of crude oil in...

Bell (Alphonzo) papers

Alphonzo Bell, Jr. (1914-2004) was a United States Congressman who represented the 27th and 28th Congressional Districts - which encompassed the communities of Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Bel Air, and West Los Angeles - between 1961 and 1977. Materials...

Bell (Catherine) papers

The Catherine Bell papers, 1965-2008 (bulk 1996-2008), document Bell's research process as she began writing , left unfinished at the time of her death in 2008. With this book, Bell sought to spur a discussion about belief, a phenomenon that...

Bell (Clair H.) Papers

Correspondence relating to his career as professor of German, University of California, Berkeley, and to his attempts to obtain research materials from post-war Germany; reprints of his writings; reviews by him and of his work; photocopy of materials relating to...

Bell (Clive) Letters to Saxon Sydney-Turner

A collection of material related to Clive Bell, English art critic and member of the Bloomsbury Group.

Bell Conservatory Company records

The Bell Conservatory Company Business Records is comprised o f 4.25 linear feet of business records. The majority of the files are financial ledgers. Also included are two sample books of floral arrangements. The bulk of the collection dates from...

Bell (Dixie Alberta) papers

The Dixie Alberta Bell papers consist of one scrapbook, a postcard, and several photographs. These items document Bell's student experience at Stanford University. Also included are materials related to the Class of 1913 25th reunion event, held in 1936....

Bell (Eric Temple) papers

Eric Temple Bell was professor mathematics at Caltech from 1926 to 1953. He was a specialist in the theory of numbers. He also distinguished himself as a writer of science fiction under the name of John Taine, and also as...

Bell (Eric Temple) Papers

This archive contains manuscripts, and typescripts for many of Bell's works both mathematical and science fiction.

Bell Family Collection

Kitty Bell was born in Paris, but moved to Shanghai at eight years of age to live with her new adoptive parents. At age 15, she was sent to an internment camp in China by the Japanese, where she met...

Bell family collection about education of the deaf

A small collection of autograph letters, typescripts, reprints, photographs, and ephemera focusing on the teaching of speech to the deaf by Alexander Graham Bell, his wife Mabel Hubbard Bell, and his father Alexander Melville Bell. Included are reminiscences written by...

Bell Family Photograph Albums of Travel in the American West

A group of family photograph albums dated 1908 to 1924, depicting automobile trips throughout the American West to national and state parks.

Bell family portraits from the John T. Bell papers [graphic]

Included are portraits of: John T. Bell; Howard K. Bell; Stanley J. Bell; and San Jose, Calif. schools. Also included is a view of the Varney & Green's Art Department, depicting people working at their desks, from 1905.

Bell (Geoffrey) Papers

The Geoffrey Bell papers contain materials relating to his career as a film historian and film producer, chiefly about early film-making in the San Francisco Bay Area. The bulk of the collection, which has been arranged in six series, consists...

Bell (Gwen) artifact and book collection

This rare and important collection comprises written works and physical objects relating to early calculating instruments and methods. With material dated between 1541 and 2000, the collection offers researchers a unique window into the early origins and development of history’s...

Bell, Harmon. Photographs from the Harmon Bell papers [graphic].

Contains several studio portraits of University of California, Berkeley students, including football players in uniform; photographic prints of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition (with 2 snapshots of rubble during its destruction), an unidentified automobile race (ca. 1920?), large format photographs of...

Bell (Henry H.) Letter

One letter (ALS) from Rear Admiral H[enry] H. Bell, Commanding the U.S. Asiatic Squadron, to his second in command, Commander J[ohn] C[arson] Febiger on the 'USS Ashuelet', re suppressing piracy and preventing American citizens from engaging in the coolie trade....

Bell (Horace) Papers

Papers of Los Angeles pioneer, lawyer, and newspaper owner Horace Bell.

Bell, Jack P. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains 600 correspondence between Pvt. Jack P. Bell, USA and Evabel Bell during the Second World War. Also included are greeting cards, newspaper clippings, and other documents.

Bell (James Alvin) Papers

This collection contains correspondence between Illinois farmer and Civil war soldier James Alvin Bell (1834-1863) and his fiancee about their private life. A few letters written by other soldiers after Bell's death, depict hardships of a Civil War soldier's life.

Bell, James E.S.

"Reminiscences of a Near Pioneer of Ventura County", traveling California, camping, Santa Paula, teaching in Santa Paula, increased equipment, homicides.

Bell (James F.) papers

Correspondence, diaries, reports, financial statements, and photographs, relating to the U.S. Food Administration and the 1928 Herbert Hoover political campaign in Minnesota. Correspondents include Herbert Hoover and Rudolph Lee.

Bell (Johannes) memorandum

Relates to the participation of the German delegation in the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. Translated by Alma Luckau.

Bell (John) Papers

This collection contains the papers of Irish immigrant John Bell (born circa 1830), who was an insurance and loan agent in Richmond, Indiana, in the 1860s-1870s and in San Jose, California, beginning in 1875-6. Includes diaries chronicling Bell's oceanic travel...

Bell (John R., Captain) - Journal of: official journalist for the

Summary: Journal kept by Captain John R. Bell while with Stephen H. Long's expedition to the Rocky Mountains in 1820. It covers March 13 -November 20, 1820....

Bell Labs Early Stereo Collection

Material related to two 1979 Bell Telephone Laboratories albums titled "Early Hi-Fi ; Wide Range and Stereo Recordings Made by Bell Telephone Laboratories in the 1930s - Leopold Stokowski Conducts the Philadelphia Orchestra, 1931-1932."

Bell (Lillian) slide collection

Depicts miscellaneous scenes from World War I.

Bell (Lynn Morley), "Belgium at the Paris Peace Conference" Typescript

Undergraduate thesis (85 pages) with bibliography; no advisor or class noted.

Bell (Mackenzie) papers

Mackenzie Bell (1856-1930) published numerous books, articles and poems. The collection contains holograph manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, pictures, and related ephemera. Includes holograph manuscripts of , , and . Also contains materials relating to the Rossettis, Algernon Swinburne, Theodore Watts-Dunton, William...

Bell (Marion & Lorne W.) Papers

This collection contains the materials collected and created primarily by Marion Bell, dating from 1942 to 1978. The contents are primarily watercolor paintings and woodblock prints of the Topaz Relocation Center, as well as a diary, articles, ration books, and...

Bell (Russell W.) papers

Letters, reports, and miscellany, relating to food relief operations by the American Relief Administration in Hungary.

Bell (Susan G.) An Annotated bibliography of British Women's autobiographies

The collection includes the questionnaires, together with the original NEH grant proposal and correspondence....

Bell (Susan G.) correspondence

Relates to social conditions in Czechoslovakia. Correspondence primarily with a friend in Czechoslovakia, Julius Freundlich.

Bell (Susan G.) Papers

This collection contains curriculum materials arranged in three series. The first series is from the Stanford Institute of Women's History, 1978, a workshop attended by high school teachers from across the country. Included are outlines, suggested readings, copies of readings,...

Bell (Susan G.) papers

Collection primarily consists of research files on women's history, correspondence, and photographs....

Bell (Susanne) jokes book

"Jokes from Two Decades, 1929-1949/Compiled by Susanne Bell" is a published book that Ms Bell completely covered with jokes clipped from newspapers and magazines.

Bell (Thomas Hastie) Correspondence

A collection of correspondence related to the life and work of American author Thomas Hastie Bell; also includes a small amount of manuscripts, documents, and ephemera.

Bell (Vanessa) Letters to Julian Bell

A series of letters written by British painter Vanessa Bell to her son Julian Bell.

Bell (Vanessa) Letters to Madge Vaughan

A collection of letters from Vanessa Bell, English painter, to her friend Madge Vaughan.

Bell (William and Lee) scripts for television soap operas

Collection consists of various versions of scripts for soap operas such as "The Bold And The Beautiful," "Days Of Our Lives," and "The Young And The Restless." Also includes production material and correspondence....

Bella H. Aaron papers, ca. 1890s-1996.

The collection includes Bella Hurst Aaron's personal and family papers (1940s-1992), political and public service papers (1960s and 1970s), files (1957-1991) relating to Eugene Burns and the Holy Land foundation, files (1946-1990) on Aaron's involvement in John Owen's challenge to...

Bellamy (Fenton G.) Collection

This collection consists of a small number of published broadsides and pamphlets from 17th century Britain, and several documents from the 19th century.

Bellamy (Madge) papers

The collection includes correspondence; clippings; writings by Bellamy; miscellaneous papers; the playscript, "Strictly Dishonorable," by Preston Sturges; scrapbooks; and photographs.

Bellamy (Ralph) papers

Ralph Bellamy has acted on stage, film, and motion pictures. The collection consists primarily of materials related his role in the television mini series , including scripts as well as production and press material.

Bellamy (Ralph) papers

The collection consists of miscellaneous papers, clippings, and photographs. Of interest are Bellamy's personal scripts for TRADING PLACES (1983) and WAR AND REMEMBRANCE (1988), the television mini-series in which he played President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Bellantoni (Natale) papers

Writings, correspondence, printed matter, sketches, paintings, photographs, other audiovisual material, and memorabilia, relating to American military construction activities in the Pacific Theater during World War II.

Bellaschi (Victor) UCI Extension materials

The Victor Bellaschi UCI Extension materials collection contains student materials from the "Community planning Processes: Improving our Local Urban Environment" and "Urban Problems of Orange County" lecture series held in Fall 1967 and 1968 including agendas, participant roster, welcome letter,...

Belle of the Sather Tower bells : oral history transcript / and related material, 1976-1980.

Recollections of her father, Charles A. Murdock, San Francisco printer, and his many civic activities; her education in San Francisco and the University of California; her administrative posts with the University, including assistant to the dean of women and counselor,...

Belle Randall collection of Thom Gunn letters, 1960-2006.

Letters to Belle Randall from noted poet, Thom Gunn; with additional papers of Belle Randall. The bulk of the letters date from the 1960s through Gunn's death in 2004.

Bellem (Robert) papers

Bellem (1902-1968) was born in Philadelphia. He worked as a journalist for 15 years in Philadelphia, Miami, Albuquerque and California. Bellem sold his first detective story to in 1925. He began writing for in 1934. He also wrote under the...

Belli (Melvin M.) papers

The Belli papers include the correspondence, working papers and personal papers of Melvin M. Belli. The materials have generally been kept in the order in which they were received and have been broken down into nine series following that arrangement:...

Bellin (William) Papers

William Bellin was a costume, prop and set designer in the performing arts industry. In the course of his career, he was involved with a wide variety of projects including working with the UCLA Theatre Arts Department, Margaret Buxton's Originals,...

Bellinger (Terry R.) Anthropology Thesis

Thesis entitled "Petroglyphs of the Owens Valley and the Great Basin" by Terry R. Bellinger, May 1968.

Bellman, Suzi Family Papers

Collection contains materials created and assembled by Suzi Calderon Bellman, a Presidio descendant. Included are newsletters she wrote about Old Spanish Town in Montecito and some of its residents, family histories, and a photo album put together to document a...

Bell-Muir Family Papers

Clark E. Bell (1881-1960) became agent and inspector of agencies for New York Life Insurance Company. He served as a member of the San Marino, California City Council (1942-47) and as mayor (1947-52). Mabel Muir, was a niece of the...

Bello (Savannah A. Van Dyke) Papers

Beginning in the Civil Rights Movement during the early 1960's, Bello became politically involved and was active with local school board elections and city council meetings. In 1963, together with Charlesetta Braggs-Ford, she founded the Richmond chapter of the Congress...

Bellon (Walter) Papers

This collection contains Walter Bellon’s personal memoirs, his observations on the San Diego Stingaree District, and details of his travels in Baja California.

Belloni (Charles) Letters

The folder contains a handwritten letter addressed to Mr. John J. Spear. It was written by Charles Belloni on July 28, 1896. Belloni is inquiring about the possibility of future membership and is explaining why he would be a profitable...

Bellquist (Eric C.) papers

Correspondence, reports, memoranda, writings, press releases, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to American propaganda activities during and after World War II; postwar American foreign policy, especially in Scandinavia; political conditions in the United States, Sweden, and elsewhere in Europe;...

Bellson (Louie) sheet music collection

This collection includes folders of annotated sheet music scores performed by drummer and band leader Louie Bellson (1924-2009) and associated acts, as well as Bellson's compositions.

Bellugi (Ursula) Research Grant Collection

This collection consists of a selection of Dr. Ursula Bellugi's grant applications, proposals, and related reports dating from the 1970s to 2013.

Belmaker (Robert H.) papers

Documents related to the career of Robert H. Belmaker....

Belmont (Alan H.) typescript

Relates to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Photocopy.

Belmont School photographs, Belmont, California [graphic]

Primarily photos of student activities, athletic teams, and group portraits, some include William Thomas Reid, headmaster of the school and former president of the University of California.

Belmont Wagner Mining Company Order

Belmont Wagner Mining Company order.

Belmore (George) Collection

Correspondence, ephemera, photographs, playbills, programs, realia, and scripts collected by English character actor George Belmore.

Belodubrovskii (Evgenii) collection

Proclamations, leaflets, and miscellany, relating to cultural events in St. Petersburg.

Belorussian Liberation Front publications

Brochures and printed matter, relating to Belarusian history, nationalism, and cartography.

Belorusskiĭ kongress demokraticheskikh profsoiuzov records

The collection is comprised of correspondence, statements, other issuances, internal documents, and printed matter, relating to trade union organization and political conditions in Belarus. Includes records of other Belarusian trade union organizations.

Belotti (Frank P.) Papers

Frank P. Belotti, Republican, was a State Assembly Member, 1951-1972. Bills introduced by Belotti cover a wide array of subjects including agriculture, education, environmental conservation, and land use.

Beloved [screenplay]

This collection contains an original screenplay with revisions for the movie adaptation of "Beloved"; based on the novel by Toni Morrison. Screenplay written by Adam Brooks and Richard LaGravenese.

Belt (Elmer) Collection of Vinciana Graphic Arts

The Elmer Belt collection of Vinciana graphic arts is a special collection of original artwork, original printed lithographs, and materials concerning Leonardo da Vinci and the Italian Renaissance. It was donated to UCLA in 1961 by Dr. Elmer Belt, Professor...

Belt (Elmer) papers

Elmer Belt, M.D. (1893-1980), was an internationally recognized urologist, a book lover who built and donated several important collections to universities including an unrivaled library of scholarly materials by and about Leonardo da Vinci, and a civic activist instrumental in...

Beltrami (Giuliana) papers

Biographical sketches, interview transcripts and summaries, other writings, letters, certificates, notes, and printed matter, relating to activities of Italian women in the resistance movement in German-occupied Italy during World War II. Includes a memoir by G. Beltrami, "The Captain." In...

Beltramo (Anthony) Collection

The Anthony Beltramo Collection includes song sheets, instruction books, and other published materials related to Mexican popular music of the 1950s-1970s. Anthony Beltramo, professor and admirer of Mexican American music and folkore, collected these items over several decades.

Beltrán (Alberto) correspondence with Seymour Kaplan

This collection chiefly contains three decades of letters in Spanish from Mexican artist Albert Beltran (1923-2002) to Seymour Kaplan (1919-2011), a California printmaker.

Beluga (steamer-bark, whaler) logbook

BELUGA (steamer-bark, whaler) logbook (SAFR 14266, HDC 56) is comprised of a one volume, 62 page logbook kept by W.H. Watston from February 1 to November 4, 1888. The logbook records a whaling trip from San Francisco to the Arctic...

Belva Ann Lockwood letters : to the Bull family, 1885-1903.

Concerns work as a patent and pension lawyer in Washington, D.C., with mention of her activities as delegate of the Universal Peace Union and on behalf of the Association for the Promotion of Arbitration as a Prevention of War Between...

Bemer (Robert [Bob]) papers

The Robert (Bob) Bemer papers, ranging in date from 1943 to 2001, with the bulk between 1955 and 1959, trace Bemer’s career in programming at IBM, Rand Corporation, General Electric, and Honeywell, Inc., as well as his personal interest in...

Bemerkungen zur Frage des Gliederung der deutschen Wirtschaft : typescript

Relates to economic conditions in Germany and proposals for the creation of a Ministry of Food.

ben Avram (Rachmael) Papers

Rachmael ben Avram was the founder of the Company of the Golden Hind in Berkeley and San Francisco and prominent theatre figure in the Bay Area. He directed the Cathedral Civic Theatre in San Francisco, was general director of the...

Ben Bowen diary and notebook : ms. S, 1854-1859.

Flyleaf title: A record of life commenced at Fort John, California, September, 1854 ... Journal (Sept. 3, 1854 - Feb. 26, 1856); poems and commonplace entries; diary (Mar. 30 - Apr. 4, & May 13 - 16, 1859; a large...

Ben Britton Elkus papers, 1944-2003 (bulk 1982-1998).

Contains daily logs written while being a fire lookout in the Umpqua National Forest in Oregon. Also contains correspondence, sketches, cartoons, writings and subject files.

Ben Garza Collection, 1970-1973.

Acquisition Information: Undetermined.

Ben Glaha photographs of construction of Grand Coulee Dam.

Photographs document various aspects of construction of Grand Coulee Dam on the Columbia River in eastern Washington. Many photographs emphasize actions of construction workers.

Ben J. Weiss papers, 1931-1957.

Consists of materials documenting Ben Weiss's Jewish-related activities.

Ben Kutcher papers, 1926-1967.

Autobiographical ms. describing Kutcher's arrival in the U.S., the early years of his career, his experiences in the U.S. Army, and his associations with artists and designers.

Ben (Lisa) papers

The collection comprises manuscripts, sheet music, lyrics, poetry, correspondence, personal papers, photographs, sound recordings, musical instruments, and realia, 1905-2009, from lesbian writer Lisa Ben (anagram for "lesbian"), pseudonym for Edythe Eyde. The materials in the collection document Ben's creative writing;...

Ben Norman collection of radio scripts

Collection consists scripts from writer, Ben Norman. It includes radio scripts for , , and ; television script for ; and original story treatments for and .

Ben Shannon Allen papers, 1940-1965.

Correspondence, memoranda, clippings, and papers relating to the redwood strike of 1945-1947, his work with the Redwood Region Conservation Council and the California Redwood Association, and his interest in tree farms. Letters and reprints by Emanuel Fritz and others included.

Benares League of Portland, Oregon records.

Contains mostly correspondence to and from the Portland, Oregon chapter of the Benares League of America and other chapters. Also includes a small amount of material concerning the founder of the Benares League, Mohan Singh (later Yogi Hari Rama), including...

Benbough Family Collection

This collection contains Benbough family papers and records from the family mortuary business as well as scrapbooks and newspaper clippings pertaining to Percy Benbough’s civic career.

Bencangey (Lois) papers

Articles, correspondence, financial records, fliers, leaflets, pamphlets, announcements and invitations, 1977-1986, from the Califia Community and other organizations devoted to anti-racism, homosexuality and feminism, collected by activist Lois Bencangey.

Bench books, Oct. 12, 1950-April 20, 1976 [manuscript].

Son of California Supreme Court Justice Jessie W. Carter, he was born in San Francisco and raised in Redding. In early years practiced law in Redding and spent eight years as State Senator for Shasta and Trinity counties. In 1950...

Bendel Family Papers

Series 1 of the Bendel Family Papers contains diaries, correspondence and biographical material pertaining to various members of three generations of the Bendel and Handley families (1861-1963). Through Rudolph Bendel, Sr.'s journals, these Papers are also a source for study...

Bender (Albert) audiotapes

This collection consists of the audiotapes related to the Max Steiner Music Society and its founder, American author and ufologist Albert K. Bender (1921-2016).

Bender (Albert M.) collection of George Sterling papers

This collection contains correspondence; manuscripts, typescripts, printed material, and photographs created by George Sterling and others. The bulk of this collection is made up of George Sterling's manuscripts and typescripts, many with handwritten notes by George Sterling and Ambrose Bierce.

Bender (Albert M.) Papers

Includes correspondence, poems, miscellaneous printed material, autographs and a cassette tape. Correspondents include Clara (Clemens) Gabrilowitsch, Una Jeffers, Herbert Klein, Edwin Markham, John O'Shea and Alfred Edward Newton....

Bender (Albert M.) Papers

The archive consists mainly of correspondence to Albert M. Bender; generally there are no carbons or copies of his letters....

Bender (Gerald J.) papers

This collection comprises the papers of Gerald J. Bender, a professor of international relations at USC from 1979 to 2011 and director of the School of International Relations from 1986 to 1991. Bender was a foremost expert on the study...

Bender (John B.) Papers

These papers pertain to Bender's teaching and writing. Included are correspondence; research files; departmental files pertaining to comparative literature at Stanford; lectures and talks; publication files containing correspondence, drafts of articles, and proofs; class files (primarily on Shakespeare and Spenser)...

Bender, Kermit Washington (Post-Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains postcards sent to and from Private Kermit Washington Bender, United States Army after the Second World War.

Bender, Richard Collection

The Richard Bender Collection spans the years 1950-2013, and includes files created by Bender and associated research organizations. The collection documents his career including his education, research interests, architectural practice, and consulting endeavors. He is known for his work in...

Bender (Sabell) papers

Collection of Jewish performance and event programs, scripts, publicity, and other material including teaching material by actor and director Sabell Bender.

Bendetsen (Karl R.) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, speeches, studies, interview transcripts, minutes, statements, orders, printed matter, scrapbooks, and audiovisual materials relating to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, American military organization and military policy during World War II and the Korean...

Bendick (Walter) West Hollywood Veterans Day Parade Photographs

Photographs of the Veterans Day Parade in West Hollywood, 1985. Walter Bendick is noted on the back of a selection of photographs, implicating him as either the photographer or photography owner. Images include Fong Eu, California State Secretary, and the...

Bendikson (Lodewyk) Papers

This collection contains photographs, correspondence, and articles of Dr. Lodewyk Bendikson (1875-1953), director of the Department of Photographic Reproductions at the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, chronicling the experimental work he did in imaging as well as the day-to-day...

Bendire (Charles) Correspondence to Mr. A. R. Justice

Collection contains five handwritten letters, without postal covers, on buff or blue paper, written from Charles Bendire at Camp Harvey, Oregon, to Mr. A. R. Justice, 1874-1878. Letter [1] 10 December 1874: Bendire describes details (dates, locality of collecting, etc.)...

Bendix (Richard) film trailers collection

This collection consists of film trailers.

Benedet (Javier) papers

The Javier Benedet papers contain significant materials relating to the Spanish Civil War and to fundraising efforts in Northern California on behalf of the Republican side in that conflict. The papers also provide documentation on the plight of Republican refugees...

Benedict, Allen (First World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence and photographs of Sgt. Allen Benedict, USA during the First World War.

Benedict, Murray R. (Murray Reed) Photographs from the Murray R. Benedict papers.

Includes snapshots and group portraits depicting Benedict at various points throughout his career, including his being awarded an honorary degree by Clark Kerr on Charter Day, March 21, 1961 at the University of California, Berkeley. Also includes personal and family...

Benedix, Christian W. T. letters

Christian W. T. Benedix (1839-1919) was a German immigrant who operated a farm in Franklin, California. This collection consists of letters written by Benedix and addressed to family in Germany (1893-1906).

[Beneficencia Pública lottery cards].

Advertising cards promoting the Beneficencia Pública lottery of 1890 in Mexico City. The front of each sheet depicts a person representing a different ethnic, cultural or occupational type of Mexican, some associated with particular regions of the country: aguador (Queretaro);...

Benefield (Jeanie) Collection

Collection consists of handbooks, programs, news clippings, and ephemera pertaining to the history of Sacramento State University. It mostly centers on Residential living, sports, chorus, sorority life, and orientation.

Benemann (William) Collection of Dignity/San Francisco Records

Collection contains papers relating to Dignity/San Francisco, including church service booklets, editions of Dominical Digest, award dinner programs, and organizational papers. Dignity/SF is the San Francisco Chapter affiliated with DignityUSA, an organization for LGBT & other progressive Catholics.

Benemelis (Juan F.) typescript

Relates to Cuban foreign policy in Africa. Portuguese and Spanish versions published as Castro: Subversão e Terrorismo em Africa (Lisbon, 1986), and Castro, Subversión y Terrorismo en Africa (Madrid, 1988), respectively.

Benes (Edvard) speech

Relates to Soviet-Czechoslovak foreign relations.

Benford (Gregory) papers

This collection contains manuscripts, publications, press clippings, correspondence, and other material regarding Gregory Benford, an American science fiction author and astrophysicist. Included are Benford's academic and literary works, his collection of fanzines, and press clippings on both his academic and...

Benford (Robert Joseph) papers

Reports, biographical data, clippings, and photographs relating to post-war American collection and analysis of German medical research during World War II, and to German war crimes.

Benge (David) collection of photographs

Collection primarily consists of black and white photographs of Los Angeles buildings and streets, various landscapes taken in California, and images of ceramic work by artist and photographer David Benge.

Beniamino Bufano autobiographical notebooks : ms., [ca. 1958-1965].

Consists of four autobiographical notebooks by Bufano addressed to George Baker an editor of the San Francisco Argonaut. Journal 1 covers his education, his first meeting with Baker, and general life stories. Journal 2 covers his time in China in...

Benicia Arsenal, Powder Magazine No. 5, Junction of Interstate Highways 680 & 780, Benicia, Solano County, CA [graphic].

Exterior and interior views and blueprint of the arsenal (built in 1903), taken shortly before its demolition.

Benicia Capitol State Historic Park Photographic Collection

The Benicia Capitol State Historic Park Photographic Collection contains 441 cataloged images that date from 1850 through 2011. Images depict the property as the State Capitol, Benicia's City Hall, a public library, and a state park.

Benicia School Board records

Board of Trustees minutes (1869-1890); Board of Trustees correspondence, including letters sent to the Board by applicants for teaching jobs (1871-1914); school registers with lists of pupils (1861-1877 and 1893-1902), school board election materials, reports of the school board to...

Benicia Tax Collector Records

Provisional titles for land purchased at public sale, 1850-1851, issued to Lansing B. Mizner, to Sarchel Bynum and Paul Shirley, and to A.W. Eames by John S. Brown, City Marshall; tax receipts to David Spence and G.C. McMickle.

Benin subject collection

Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, reports, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Benin.

Benitez Family [Guadalajara, Mexico] Photograph Album, ca. 1880s-1890s, 1940.

Photo album contains 28 black and white and sepia photographs, primarily portraits of the Benitez family taken in photography studios in Guadalajara. Also includes some photographs that are reproductions of paintings. Some photos have identifying information in Spanish on the...

Benitez (Jose Conrado) typescript

Relates to activities of the Philippine Ministry of Human Settlements and its predecessor organizations in promoting community development in the Philippines through education and other human resources development programs. Photocopy.

Benitez (Tomas) Collection

Tomas Benitez has decades of experience in the Los Angeles Chicano cultural community. He has served as director of development at Plaza de la Raza and executive director of Self-Help Graphics. He is also a founding member of the Latino...

Benito Juárez letter : Chihuahua, Mexico, to Antonio Ochoa, [Mexico], 1865 Jan. 31.

Manuscript letter (1 p.) concerning military dispositons of the Mexican Army of Independence and the French troops of the Emperor Maximillian. Juárez was in opposition at this time operating out of the city of Chihuahua. "The French who are between...

Benito Juárez letter, 1850 December 7.

Handwritten letter, signed by Benito Juárez, on official letterhead stationery of the Governor of the state of Oaxaca, to the Ministro de Guerra y Marina concerning troop and munitions movements five weeks before a presidential transition in 1851. The munitions...

Benitz family letters, 1852-1863.

Photocopies of six letters, translated from the German originals, written primarily by William Benitz to members of the family, describing his farming and cattle raising operations at Fort Ross, California.

Benjamin A. Watson Gold Rush Letters, 1849-1851.

Letters from the Overland Trail, St. Louis to Sweetwater, Wyoming written by Benjamin A. Watson; letters from California written by Benjamin A. Watson; letters from wife Emily Watson; 1 letter from James B. Powell (member of his overland Company); photocopy...

Benjamin (Alfred) typescript

Relates to the foreign policy of the Russian provisional government, March-May 1917. Political science thesis, Columbia University.

Benjamin B.Coit papers, 1849-1854.

Gold rush journal of Benjamin B. Coit concerning his voyage from New York to California via Cape Horn aboard the ship, John. Gl Costar. Also includes approximately 21 letters to his wife Adelaide.

Benjamin C. Howard letters to his parents in Salem, Mass. : ALS, 1849 November 25 - 1852 June 9.

13 letters written while Howard was serving as first mate of clipper ships sailing in the Pacific and the south Atlantic. Letters written from San Francisco, aboard ship, Rio de Janero, and Hong Kong.

Benjamin Casey Allin letters, 1907-1911.

Mainly to family, describing his travels in Japan in 1907, experiences from 1909, surveying for the U.S. Bureau of Insular Affairs on Cebú and Samar in the Philippines, and his work compiling an English-Bisayan dictionary. Letter to his mother from...

[Benjamin Chambers Brown collection of autochrome photographs of California landscapes].

Chiefly landsapes, most unidentified, in Southern California, with some (approximately 7) photographs of Brown's paintings. Views appear to be in Riverside County, the Mojave Desert, probably the San Gabriel Mountains and/or the San Bernardino Mountains, the Sierra Nevada, and some...

Benjamin Chapin print, circa 1906

One black and white 5" x 7 1/4" mounted print of Chapin as Abraham Lincoln in the play "In the White House," [ca. 1906].

Benjamin Cowell papers, 1849-1851.

Copies of letters written by him, including one from New York, 1849, prior to his departure for California, describing the steamer Crescent City and encounters with miners returning from California, and one, May 1851, re the San Francisco fire and...

Benjamin Davis Wilson papers, 1855-1868.

Includes letters from A. Eberhart (his agent in San Francisco), J. De Barth Shorb, Francis P.F. Temple, and his son, John B. Wilson, relating to business matters and his vineyards; accounts; promissory notes; poll tax and internal revenue receipts; and...

Benjamin Dore diary, 1849-1852.

Benjamin Dore diary describes his voyage on the ship "Cantero" from Maine to San Francisco, with stops at St. Catherine Island off the coast of Brazil, and at Valparaiso, Chile. Also includes accounts of the first steamboat voyage up Humboldt...

Benjamin Dreyfus files, 1942-1974.

Contains case files, civil rights files, published materials, National Lawyers Guild files, materials concerning lawyer loyalty oaths, etc.

Benjamin F. Kern papers, 1843-1844.

Account statement for the estate of his father, John Kern and receipts to Benjamin Kern for distribution of estate. One of the heirs was his brother, Edward M. Kern, an artist in the company of Fremont's Fourth Expedition to the...

Benjamin F. Seaver letter, 1836 July 15

One letter (ALS) to his father, Henry [?], and grandmother, re personal and family matters. New York, July 15, 1836. Alpha list.

Benjamin Francis Mauldin Collection, 1867-1890.

Business papers and correspondence

Benjamin Franklin Dowell papers, 1855-1886.

The most extensive archive of Oregon documents among the Bancroft collections, especially concerned with the Oregon Indian wars, 1853-1856, but including printed material on politics and government, 1863-1864. The volume P-A 139 contains an autobiography.

Benjamin Franklin Folger Collection, 1848-1877.

Correspondence, genealogy, photographs

Benjamin Franklin Williams letters, 1907-1909 : to his mother.

Mainly written from the Yukon Territory, in the vicinity of Dawson, where he was employed as an engineer with the Bonanza Creek Gold Mining Company, Ltd. Comments on the trip from Skagway to Dawson City, his work, social activities in...

Benjamin G. Green letters : to Magoun & Son, Boston, from San Francisco : 3 ALS and 1 AD, 14-28 October 1853.

Letters report the arrivals and departures of ships, details of their voyages, news of specific captains and of striking crews. One letter depicts the damage sustained by the Greenwich during Green's passage on it of 156 days.

Benjamin G. Griffith letters, to his family, 1924-1927.

Written during the period he was employed by Libby, McNeill & Libby as a radio operator in the company's canneries in Alaska. The letters comment on the voyages to Alaska, setting up the station at Egegik, life and working conditions...

Benjamin (Gilbert G.) Jr. Subversive Activities Collection

Gilbert G. Benjamin, Jr. became a Special Agent in the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1946, after serving in the US Navy during the Second World War. He worked in Virginia and the District of Columbia before being transferred to...

Benjamin Goldman collection

This collection holds a Tefillin, two small black boxes, each containing specific passages from the Torah, that Orthodox Jewish males over the age of thirteen traditionally wear during prayer services. The wearing of Tefillin is considered a mitzvah, or good...

Benjamin Harrison invitation, 1891 April 24

Invitation to Mr. [George P.?] Tebbetts for presidential reception. Santa Barbara, 24 Apr. 1891.

Benjamin Harrison papers, 1857-1862.

Mainly accounts, mostly with San Francisco and Stockton merchants for Harrison's store at Columbia, California, with some letters concerning payments and related matters.

Benjamin Harrison presidential campaign cloth momento, 1888

Presidential Campaign - Cloth Momento, 1888. [Oversize boxed].

Benjamin (Harry) Licenses and Awards

Licenses to practice medicine and awards from medical groups for Dr. Harry Benjamin, 1915-1975. Benjamin was a clinical specialist in transexualism and an advocate for transgender people.

Benjamin Hayes papers, 1849-1864.

Most of these twenty manuscripts probably belonged at one time to the private archive of José Matías Moreno. They consist mainly of personal letters, eight of them signed by Pío Pico. Included in the collection is a letter from John...

Benjamin Hill papers relating to his estate, 1850-1852.

Claims against and receipts from the estate. Hill had lived in Sausalito.

Benjamin Ide Wheeler Award Committee minutes, 1928-1963.

With lists of committee members and officers and award recipients. Some related correspondence and a plaster model of the award are included.

Benjamin J. Packard (ship) crew list

Benjamin J. Packard (ship) crew list (SAFR 239, HDC 480) is a supplementary crew list for the ship of Bath, Maine, where Z. Allen is Master and bound for San Francisco, Ca. The list names the two substitute crew members...

Benjamin (John A.) papers - addendum

Letters, photographs, memorabilia, and personal records that supplement the materials in UCLA Biomedical Library's Manuscript Collection #1: "John A. Benjamin papers, 1925-1994".

Benjamin (John Allison) papers

The bulk of this collection documents Dr. Benjamin's research and clinical activities, the research covering the urogenital systems of both humans and animals and historical/bibliographic topics. The papers mostly span the years from 1930 to 1988 --years of professional education...

Benjamin Levy papers, 1867-1889.

Mainly legal papers relating to property in Sitka, Alaska, with signatures of William Sumner Dodge and W.H. Wood, and including two certificates signed by Prince Alexander Maksutov, Governor of Russian Colonies in America, and certificate of naturalization for Levy.

Benjamin O'Fallen letterbook : and related materials, 1783-1859 (bulk 1823-1829).

Copybook of letters sent as U.S. Indian Agent, Upper Missouri Agency, 1823-1826, to the Secretary of War, William Clark, Henry Atkinson, William H. Ashley, Henry Leavenworth, Joshua Pilcher, and others, reflecting life at Fort Atkinson, Council Bluffs; the Arikara campaign,...

Benjamin Parke Avery papers, circa 1868-1876.

Volume 1: Letters from William H. Dall, William Keith, Stephen Powers, Joseph Roos, Toby E. Rosenthal, Charles W. Stoddard, Peter Tofft; poem by Robert E.C. Stearns.

Benjamin Poff Draper collection of pictures relating to Georgetown, Colorado [graphic]

Photographs and descriptive typescript text documenting the history and historic buildings of Georgetown, Colo. Some ephemera present. Also includes television and play scripts by the compiler: The handkerchief trick, c1955; The big do, c1958; Hotel de Paris, c1957.

Benjamin R. Buckelew legal papers, 1853-1857.

Relates to litigation over personal property, and with the San Francisco Manufacturing Company. Also included is a deed for property in Marin County for part of Rancho Punta de Quentin to James Ross and John Cowell.

Benjamin S. Hill correspondence, 1849-1853.

Contents: letters from Josiah Griswold, 1849-1850, describing trip around Cape Horn to San Francisco and work in mines; letter from George Robins about business in San Francisco in 1850; letters from Hill to his children.

Benjamin Schreiber journals : mss., 1914 (bulk 1898-1899).

V. 1, "Log of the U.S.S. Marietta" (Nov. 26, 1898 - June 23, 1899) covering duty in the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea.

Benjamin Sheman Brooks papers, 1850-1881.

Relate to Yerba Buena Island. Included are letters from J.M. Edmunds and Joseph S. Wilson of the U.S. General Land Office, lobbyists David S. Turner, S.M. Johnson and Samuel Ward, Senator C. Cole, W.M. Evarts, Egbert P. Judson and others;...

Benjamin Southwick letters : Sacramento, Calif., to his mother, Mrs. James Southwick, East Calais, Vt., 1852 Jan 13-1853 Sept. 12.

Seven letters (20 p.) from a dairy farmer to his mother concerning his business in Sacramento during the Gold Rush and the great flood and fire in Sacramento. He also responds to the news he has received from her regarging...

Benjamin W. Johnson Confederate Prisoner autograph book, 1862

122-page Civil War autograph book belonging to Benjamin W. Johnson (15th Arkansas Regiment), with signatures and statements, mainly from fellow Confederate prisoners held at Fort Warren, Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, entries dated from April to July 1862. The book also includes...

Benjamin (Walter R.) Autograph Collection

This collection contains 194 documents, correspondence, and manuscripts of various individuals collected for their autograph value by New York rare book dealer Walter R. Benjamin (1854-1943). Represented figures include activists, literary, political, religious, and social people in American history.

Benner (Robert S.) collection of nautical charts

The Robert S. Benner collection of nautical charts consists of 22 nautical charts created in the late 17th century and mid-18th century. The majority of the nautical charts in the collection come from Francesco Maria Levanto's (1650-1718) , originally issued...

Benner (Robert S.) photographs of boatswains' whistles

The Robert S. Benner photographs of boatswains' whistles, 1976-1995, (SAFR 23340, P76-082L) are comprised of 712 photographic prints and 6 inventories of photographs of boatswains' whistles in the donor's personal collection. The collection has been processed to the series level...

Bennett & Bennett records

The Bennett & Bennett records span 3 linear feet and date from 1946 to 1973. The collection contains architectural drawings for the additions and alterations to the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum that the Bennett & Bennett architectural firm designed....

Bennett (A. E.) collection

Letters, clippings, leaflets, pamphlets, serial issues, and ephemeral printed matter, issued by conservative and anti-communist organizations in the United States, relating to international communism and communism in the United States.

Bennett (Ann) Theater Reviews

This collection contains theater reviews written by Bennett for the Register-Pajaronian

Bennett (Anne M.) Papers

This collection includes Ms. Bennett's papers which have to do with her interest in peace issues and the movements to end the war in Vietnam; and, following the end of the war, the issues of women's ordination -- the place...

Bennett (Arnold) Papers

Letters written to him, primarily by other English authors; copies of letters written by him in reply; holograph MS of a short story, Mr. Jack Hollins & Destiny; binding instructions for books in his library.

Bennett, Carroll A. Records

Collection contains employment, academic and service records, photographs and certificates of accomplishment.

Bennett collection of California views.

Photographs show: the Hotel Californian in Santa Barbara after major earthquake damage (ca. 1920?) -- ruins of Portwine, near Poker Flat (Sierra Co.) -- a house, man (Jonathan Wright) and buggy captioned "First brick building in California, built in 1847...

Bennett, Dwight Personal Papers

Dwight Henry Bennett was an aeronautical engineer for Convair, Rockwell, and McDonnell Aircraft. The collection contains correspondence, research, engineering data, and compiled publicity relating to design concepts and proposals of aerospace engineer Dwight Henry Bennett. Through his career, Bennett researched...

Bennett (Grace) Sheet Music Collection, 1891-1957

Sheet music for piano collected by Bennett.

Bennett (H. C.) letter excerpts

Relates to conditions in Germany under national socialism.

Bennett (Harve) Papers

Harve Bennett has many credits as a veteran television producer and writer. The collection consists of scripts and production material related to his career.

Bennett (John J.) papers

Studies, reports, speeches and writings, memoranda, and press releases, relating to management and procurement programs in the United States armed forces.

Bennett (John M.) Collection

Collection contains works of avant-garde and visual poetry, mail art, rubber stamp art, book and performance reviews, and announcements for public performances.

Bennett (Ken) San Francisco Pride Parade Photographs

Ken Bennett photographs of the San Francisco pride parade, undated.

Bennett (Leslie L.) Papers

Manuscript of personal recollections of his life and career, titled "From Then to Now," including Dr. Bennett's early years, his education at University of Arizona, University of California, Berkeley, and the School of Medicine at UCSF, his years on the...

Bennett (Leslie L.) Papers, 1921-85

Includes notes, physiology lab books, correspondence....

Bennett (Merrill K.) Papers

Unpublished papers and speeches (1923-1966) on topics such as agricultural costs, wartime economy, food problems of post-war Europe, and world population problems; correspondence; newsclippings; pamphlets; mementos; and other papers relating to Bennett's travels to Hawaii (1942), Japan (1947), and Africa.

Bennett (Milly) papers

Memoirs, news dispatches, other writings, correspondence, clippings, and photographs relating to political conditions in China, social conditions in the Soviet Union, the Spanish Civil War, and journalism in the United States.

Bennett (Paul G.) miscellaneous papers

Letters, cartoons, and newspaper clippings, relating to Panamanian-American relations in 1968.

Bennett (Raphael F.) The shelter of the cloth

Typescript draft of an unpublished novel set in Mexico around 1871. The narrative is primarily a tragic drama with political intrigue, religious turmoil, class conflict, and sexual content, but also describes the clashes between liberal reformers and the Catholic Church...

Bennett (Walter E.) photographic collection

Walter E. Bennett (1921-1995) was the first salaried photographer for , where he worked from 1952 to 1982. The collection consists of photographic materials such as prints, negatives and slides. It also includes miscellaneous manuscripts and ephemera related to Bennett's...

Bennett (William John) speeches and writings

Relates primarily to education in the United States.

Bennigsen (Graf Adam Pavlovich) papers

Diary extracts, letters, and poems, relating to Russian military activities during World War I, and to activities of the White Army of General Denikin during the Russian Civil War. Includes an account of the February l917 Revolution by Grafinia Bennigsen.

Benning (Michael T.) photograph collection

The Michael T. Benning Photograph Collection includes over 20,000 portraits of various local clubs; social organizations; sports teams; church events such as Portuguese Holy Ghost festas and Catholic first communions and confirmations; structures such as churches, schools, commercial buildings, hotels,...

Bennis (Warren) papers

The Warren Bennis papers, 1960s-2012, consist of teaching materials, correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, “yearbooks”, manuscripts of articles and essays (published and unpublished), research materials, photographs, ephemera, and audio visual materials, created and collected by Warren Bennis. These materials document Bennis’ long...

Benny (Jack) papers

Benjamin Kubelsky (1894-1974) was born in Chicago. He began his career as a violinist and turned to comedy in 1918. He was a successful vaudeville performer, actor and radio personality. The collection consists of radio and television scripts, photographs and...

Benoist-Mechin (Jacques) papers

Acquired in 2007, the Jacques Benoist-Méchin Papers represent a significant addition to the existing holdings in the Hoover Institution Library & Archives relating to the collaborationist Vichy government in France during World War II. Although the papers are only part...

Benoliel (José) papers

Collection consists of biographical and bibliographical material, copies of published books and articles of Bénoliel and Xavier da Cunha, letters, manuscripts of published and unpublished books, notebooks, clippings, press notices, and manuscripts of other writers. In addition to Spanish, collection...

Bense (Buzz) Records of the 890 Folsom Clubhouse

Records of a variety of primarily gay male sex clubs that did business in a building rented and managed by California Certified Sex Educator Buzz (Bernard G.) Bense. The building was located at 890-894 Folsom Street in San Francisco. Bense...

Bense (Henry) Papers

The folder contains a letter from E.D. Judd & Co. in Alameda dated Feb. 23, 1899, regarding papers belonging to Henry Bense. The documents include; a request for safe passage of Henry Bense to California, documents of Henry Bense’s membership...

Benshoff (Will A.) Collection

The Benshoff Collection includes approximately 1,000 architectural drawings and blueprints of homes, churches, and businesses; contracts and project specifications; approximately 200 negatives and 125 photographs of architectural subjects (including some of Benshoff's projects), family, and views in and around Pasadena;...

Bensin (Basil M.) papers

Speeches and writings, biographical data, and photographs, relating to agriculture, especially in northern climates, and to Russian émigré affairs.

Benson (Arthur C.) papers

Arthur Christopher Benson (1862-1925) published his first volume of essays in 1896. In all, he published more than seventy books, including poetry, short stories, novels, biographies, and essays. The collection consists of correspondence and literary manuscripts, an unpublished novel and...

Benson (E.F.) Papers

E.F. Benson (1867-1940) wrote more than 75 published works, including fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The collection consists of holograph drafts of three of Benson's novels, files of publisher's statements, contracts, letters and clippings.

Benson (Jackson J.) Research material about Wallace Stegner

128 interview cassette tapes of Stegner and his associates, transcripts of the interviews, 100 back-up tapes; annotated copies of correspondence including that with Phil and Peg Gray; copies of Stegner periodical fiction, essays, and articles, including all of the very...

Benson (Jackson J.) The true adventures of John Steinbeck, writer : research materials, 1935-1980

Research materials for Jackson Benson's biography of John Steinbeck, consisting of interviews, correspondence, articles, book reviews and other papers.

Benson (Joan) collection

This collection contains materials directly relating to the career of musician and educator, Joan Benson; a specialist in the clavichord and fortepiano. Among the many items preserved are sound recordings with Benson as performer, extensive files of correspondence, concert programs,...

Benson, Mary Foley. Papers 197-

Ten botanical lithographs. For examples of Benson's entomological illustrations, see the McKenzie papers.

Benson (Mary) research material about the African National Congress, South Africa

A collection of research notes related to the South African political history and the African National Congress taken by political activist, bureaucrat, and biographer, Mary Benson, during the course of her political career, 1940s to the mid 1960s.

Benson (Robert L.) papers

Robert Louis Benson (b.1925 - d.1996) was a professor in the department of history at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). The collection consists of research notes, the manuscript of (1968), manuscript transcriptions, articles for journals, galley and proof...

Benson (Seth B.) papers

The Seth B. Benson papers include field notes, correspondence, and visual materials. These materials provide information regarding Benson's work between 1928-1981.

Benson smelter ore processing views /

Views showing slag and ore dumps, blacksmith shop, sampling and feeding floors, and furnaces. Location formerly believed to be the Del Ray Mine, in the Jackson mining district, Amador Co., Calif. Views are probably of the smelter facilities at Benson,...

Benson, Vester A. (First World War correspondence)

This collection contains one letter written by Cpl. Vester A. Benson, USA to his brother Floyd and his wife Clara from a base hospital during the First World War.

Bentel, (Dwight) Papers

Dr. Dwight E. Bentel was a noted professor of journalism at San Jose State University from 1934 through 1974, as well as the acknowledged founder of the school’s Department of Journalism. Dr. Bentel also had a lifelong passion for Death...

Bentley (Ester F.) papers

This collection contains photographs, correspondence, awards, clippings, ephemera and memorabilia from lesbian activist, community organizer and social worker, Ester F. Bentley.

Bentley (Ester F.) photographs and papers

Photographs, negatives, correspondence, awards, clippings, audiocassettes, a videocassette, buttons, a banner, and memorabilia, circa 1940-2003, from lesbian activist, community organizer and social worker, Ester F. Bentley. The collection documents Bentley's professional career in community organizing in Kentucky and California, often...

Bentley Family papers

The Bentley family was prominent in the nineteenth-century publishing industry. Richard Bentley (1794-1871), after joining his brother Samuel in a successful printing business (1819), partnered with Henry Colburn (1829) to begin the long-running Standard Novels series. After dissolving the partnership...

Bentley (Kevin) Collection of H. Drew Crosby Materials

This collection consists of materials that writer Kevin Bentley compiled about lesbian book collector and dealer H. Drew Crosby, who died in 1996 at the age of 85. There is a videotaped oral history with Crosby from 1991, snapshots of...

Bentley (Wilder) Autobiographical Manuscript

Wilder Bentley (1900-1989) was a poet and printer associated with The Archetype Press. This is a hand-written autobiography entitled .

Bentley (Wilder) Papers

This collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, designs, and miscellaneous printed ephemera related to the activities of Wilder Bentley and his work with the Archetype Press. Also included are materials related to his non-printing endeavors and to his friends and colleagues....

Benton (Arthur) photograph collection

The Arthur Benton photograph collection consists of 0.5 linear feet of black-and-white photographs, negatives and postcards that date from circa 1880 to circa 1919. Interior and exterior stills of Benton’s residential designs comprise the majority of the collection; however, there...

Benton (Douglas) papers

Douglas Benton was a television writer, director, and producer who was best known his work in detective show genres. The collection consists of script material and production information and material documenting his production company, Blackjack Productions.

Benton, Flora

This collection consists of teacher lesson plans, training books and student drill books.

Benton (Irving W.) Collection

The Irving Wright Benton Collection (1880s-1952) includes personal items and photographs....

Benton (Joseph A.) Papers

Correspondence, journal, sermons, other papers....

Benzer (Seymour) papers

Seymour Benzer (1921-2007) first came to Caltech in 1949. He held the James G. Boswell Professorship of Neuroscience from 1975 to 1993. A selection of his correspondence, research notes, technical files, reprints, manuscripts and writings form the collection known as...

Berbig (Reinhard) memoirs

Relates to the Eastern Front during World War II, 1941, and to Russian prisoner of war camps, 1945-1953

Berbiguières family papers

Included in the collection are land and notarial papers, privileges of nobility, and other legal documents regarding the operation of a noble estate in early modern France. The most important pieces include the earliest document in the collection, a parchment...

Berckmans (Jean) Architectural drawings

Colored renderings and sepia prints by the Belgian architect, made when he was a student. Included are studies for the St. Gertrude cloister, the church of St. Denis, and the Chateau de Grant-Bigard, as well as houses, sports club, schools,...

Bercovici (Leonardo) papers

The collection consists of film scripts, radio scripts, playscripts, teleplays, correspondence, audiocassette tape recordings of UCLA writing seminars conducted by Bercovici, and photographs.

Bereczky (Dr.) sound recording

Radio broadcast denouncing Soviet communism.

Berends Family Papers

The collection contains items mainly pertaining to Russian diplomat Axel de Berends and his career, latter 19th century, in Brazil, Sweden, Spain, and the Netherlands. Also included are notes and documents re research into the history of the family [de...

Berenson (Bernard) Correspondence

Correspondence of art historian Bernard Berenson primarily with San Diego artist Norah Bisgood Woodward from 1950 to 1959.

Berenson (Doc) ships postcard collection

The collection of 52 postcards are views of various square-rigged sailing vessels.

Beresney (Timothy A.) papers

Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to Russian émigré affairs.

Berezhkov (V. M.) interview

Sound recordings of interview, relating to Joseph Stalin, and especially to his conduct of Soviet diplomacy with the Allied Powers during World War II. Interview conducted by Ed Cray.

Berezin (IAkov Davidovich) papers

Correspondence, notes, personnel records, trial records, printed matter, personal documents, and photographs relating to the Soviet secret police and to Soviet purge trials of the 1930s.

Berg (August) Military Papers

Veterans affairs of August Berg, who served in the Spanish American War.

Berg (August) Photographs

Photos related to the Spanish American War. ca. 1898

Berg (Dave) Papers

Dave Berg was a cartoonist, illustrator, lecturer, writer, and editor with Marvel comics; Mad magazine. Collection consists of original art work, including nude renderings; sketches (some with text) and comic 'strip' panels; holograph and typescript writings (some short stories and...

Berg (Harold W.) Papers

Correspondence, photographs, department minutes, lab manuals, newsletters, bulletins, articles.

Berg (Jacob) design for architectural panels

The Jacob Berg collection comprises three decorative panels that were installed on the second floor of the Gray Shop, which stood on the corner of 20th and Broadway in Oakland from 1931-1978. The architectural embellishments are cast aluminum panels in...

Berg (Paul) Papers

Collection focuses on Berg's work with recombinant DNA and includes professional correspondence, 1959-1985; research lab notebooks for the years 1953-1986 which document his work with protein synthesis in bacterial cells and tumor viruses; records concerning the National Academy of Sciences...

Bergas (Hanna) papers

Memoirs, letters, translation, and photographs relating to Jewish refugees in Great Britain during the Nazi era, and especially to schools for refugees.

Bergel (Kurt) Collection of Viennese Dance, Theater, and Music Programs

This collection consists of a small number of German-language programs from Vienna for dance, theatre, opera and music concerts, 1917-1935.

Bergen (Edgar), Rogers (Roy), Rohr (Fred H.) Mazatlán, Mexico fishing trip photographs

Five (5" x 7") black-and-white photographic prints (Fotografia "Perez", Mazatlán, Mexico) and six (4" x 4") Polaroid black-and-white prints of a fishing trip in Mazatlán in 1960. Photographs include Edgar Bergen, Fred H. Rohr, Roy Rogers, and unidentified persons aboard...

Bergen (Edgar) scripts and realia

This collection consists of radio program, film, and television show scripts of ventriloquist and actor Edgar Bergen (1903-1978), as well as ephemera such as certificates. Bergen's most popular ventriloquism character was Charlie McCarthy.

Bergen (Polly) Musical Arrangements

Television and stage show arrangements for singer/actress, Polly Bergen.

Berger (Bennett M.) Papers

Academic writings of Bennett Berger during his career as a professor at UC Davis and UC San Diego. Includes correspondence, manuscripts, notes, and articles on his work on suburbia, counter-culture, and communes. Also included is his collection of other authors'...

Berger (Bruce) Papers

Papers of Bruce Berger, a nonfiction writer and poet, which document his travel and research in Baja, California from the late 1960s through 2015.

Berger (Frank M.) papers

Documents and scrapbooks related to Frank M. Berger....

Berger Gould (Benina) processed volume

Relates to the Berlin crisis of 1961.

Berger, Harry A. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains letters to TSgt. Harry A. Berger, USAAF from friends and family during the Second World War. Also included are one a small photograph of Harry A. Berger, some miscellaneous ephemera and one copy of Yank magazine from...

Berger (Sanford L.) Papers

This collection consists chiefly of correspondence and research files reflecting the activities of California architect Sanford L. Berger (1919-2000) in the mid-to-late 20th century as a collector, student, and enthusiast of objects and knowledge related to 19th century English artist,...

Berger (Sid) collection on B. Traven

This collection contains correspondence, press clippings, and other material regarding B. Traven collected by Sid Berger, former Head of Special Collections & Archives at University of California, Riverside. Includes items related to the publication of B. Traven materials, the 1999...

Berger (Y.) typescript

Relates to activities of the West Indian pan-Africanist leader George Padmore in the Communist International. Includes translation. Photocopy.

Bergery (Gaston) papers

Correspondence, telegrams, reports, memoranda, lists, speeches and writings, and leaflets relating to French political events and foreign relations, France during World War II, and the Front Populaire.

Bergeson (Marian) Papers

This collection comprises the administrative and legislative files of California state senator Marian Bergeson. Bergeson was the first Republican woman elected to both the California State Assembly and California State Senate. During her years in the California State Legislature, Bergeson...

Bergeson (Marian) Papers

Marian Bergeson served as a California Legislator from 1979 to 1994. She was a member of the Republican Party. The Marian Bergeson Papers consist of 21 cubic feet of textual records from her term as an Assembly Member, 1979-1984, and...

Bergin (Caitlin) interviews

Sound recordings of interviews of Polish Solidarność leaders relating to the Solidarność movement.

Bergman (Stefan) Papers

Papers include professional correspondence, 1948-67, primarily with Hilda van Mises (formerly Hilda Geiringer) and Zeev Nehari; lecture notes from his teaching at M.I.T., ca. 1940; articles, reports, and reprints; annotated drafts; and other miscellaneous items.

Bergson (Abram) mimeograph : Disposition of the gross national product of the USSR in 1937, 1940 and 1948

Relates to the allocation of Soviet economic resources. Written by A. Bergson and Hans Heymann, Jr., under the auspices of the Rand Corporation.

Bergstrom (Francis William) Scrapbook

This scrapbook documents his years as a Stanford student, with a few items on his family, his high school years, and his postdoctoral years; it includes a large number of photographs with lesser numbers of clippings, programs, letters, postcards, and...

Bergstrom (Georgia Synder) papers

Photographs, postcards, and miscellany relating to conditions in Europe.

Bericht uber die kirchliche Lage in der Erzdiozese Salzburg seit Marz 1938 typescript

Relates to the situation of the church in the Archdiocese of Salzburg between 1938 and 1945.

Beringer (Robin Marie) typescript

Relates to women in the American armed forces during World War II. Ph.D. dissertation, California School of Professional Psychology at Alameda. Includes transcripts of interviews of women veterans upon which the dissertation was based.

Berk (Stephen M.) typescript

Relates to activities of anti-Bolshevik forces in Siberia during the period October 1917 to November 1918.

Berkeley Albany Kensington Girl Scout miscellany

Documents various aspects of operation and activities of the troop.

[Berkeley and California views from Mrs. Leonora Hoar].

Collection comprises 1 card mounted albumen photograph and 13 snapshots. The card mounted photograph is an overview of the California School for the Deaf in the 1890s, taken from the hills to the east and providing an overview of the...

Berkeley and Mount Eden views [graphic]

1: Shattuck Ave., Berkeley, Calif. (Aug. 16, 1947) -- 2: The Greek Theatre, Berkeley, Calif. -- 3: a copy photograph of the Peralta Hotel[?], Berkeley, Calif. -- 4: aerial view of the Mount Eden Home of the Jackson Home for...

Berkeley and Oakland Businesses and Scenes, ca. 1900-ca. 1939

The Berkeley and Oakland Businesses and Scenes collection contains 52 photographs and 3 post cards dating from around the turn of the century to the 1930s. The collection contains a miscellany of residences, businesses, street scenes, group portraits, and churches....

Berkeley and San Francisco Bay Area scenes from the 1960's [graphic] /

Photos of Berkeley include portraits, street scenes, police, protests (some at University of California, Berkeley), People's Park, Telegraph Avenue, crowds, events, Nixon campaign audiences, musicians, Black Panthers, a gay liberation gathering, etc. Includes some scenes in Golden Gate Park, San...

Berkeley and San Francisco Bay Area views [graphic]

Includes views of the Claremont hotel(Berkeley, Calif.) San Francisco bay from the Berkeley hills (day and night), U.C. Berkely campus, Lake Merritt (Oakland, Calif.), Lake Merritt boathouse, and Orinda, Calif.

Berkeley art Museum and Pacific Film Archive Theater Guest Recordings Collection

Since the 1970s, the Pacific Film Archive has hosted numerous guest speakers in conjunction with its film and video exhibition program. The speakers include filmmakers from around the world, as well as others involved in filmmaking, film study and criticism,...

Berkeley Bayfront Conservancy Fund records

Files arranged by participating organizations with the intent of preserving the Berkeley bayfront through open space planning and public acquisition of lands and waters along San Francisco Bay.

Berkeley Board of Education records, 1872-1921.

Contains correspondence, requests for proposals, bids, signed contracts, budgets, expenses, etc. between various interested municipal and private entities involved with improving and expanding school facilities in Berkeley, California. Also includes some material that is generally related to the operation of...

A Berkeley boy's service to the medical community of Alameda County, 1935-1994 : oral history transcript / 1994.

Childhood in Berkeley, CA, and 1923 fire; B.A. in international relations, University of California, Berkeley, 1931; medical studies: Creighton University, 1931-1933, University of California, San Francisco, 1933-1935, University of Edinburgh, 1938-1939; reflections on Judaism and Yehudi Menuhin; navy doctor and...

Berkeley Branch Railroad Cash Book

One cash book from the Berkeley Branch Railroad.

Berkeley (Calif.)

The City of Berkeley California records (1878-1954) consist of records from the city clerk's office. The collection includes records relating to the business of city government, such as the city charter, reports, town attorney opinions, city council minutes, planning commission...

Berkeley, Calif. assessment records, 1871-1966.

Assessment and delinquent rolls.

Berkeley (Calif.) assessment records, [ca.1880-1942] (bulk 1911-1942).

Includes 33 v. of Transcripts of records, 1911-1942; assessment book of mortgages, 1880s (v. 34); transcript of mortgages, 1883 (v. 35)

Berkeley, Calif. Auditor. Annual reports

Reports for 1903-04, 1908-23, 1936-87, 1988-90, 1992-93.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1973 (Apr. 17), City Council and School Board candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1974 (Nov. 3), Measure W, acquisition of PG&E : campaign ephemera and newspaper clipping].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley Calif. election, 1982 (Mar. 2), Measure E, property tax increase : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

Berkeley, Calif. election, 1982 (Nov. 2), City Council and Mayor candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clipping].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1982 (Nov. 2), endorsements by elected officials, political parties, and interest groups : campaign ephemera].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1982 (Nov. 2), initiative measures N, T, U, and V : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1982 (Nov. 2), School Board candidates, Foldvary, Lubin, Manheimer, Steimetz, and Weinberger : campaign ephemera].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1984 (June 5), Measure E, aid to Israel initiative : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1984 (June 5), Rent Stabilization Board candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), candidates and initiatives : analysis and election results : newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), City Council District 5 candidates, Dean and Gorrell : campaign ephemera and newspaper clipping].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), Measures H, J, and N : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), Measures I, K, and L, rent control initiatives : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), Rent Stabilization Board candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), School Board candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1989 (Oct. 3), Rent Stabilization Board candidates, Holt and Marsh : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1990 (Nov. 6) : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1990 (Nov. 6), City Council candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1992 (June 2), Measure F, property transfer tax limitation initiative : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1992 (June 2), Measures D and E, rent control initiatives : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), City Council campaign : analysis and election results : newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), City Council, District 3 candidates, Shirek and Slevin : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), City Council, District 4 candidates, Brauer and Spring : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), City Council, District 5 candidates, Dean and Sellers : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

[Berkeley, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), City Council, District 6 candidates, Goldfarb and Olds : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.