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D. B. Pratt letters from El Dorado County, 1852-1856.

Letters written by D. B. Pratt to his parents and his sister from various El Dorado mining camps during 1852-1856, with accompanying typescripts and occasional covers (envelopes).

D. (Darrell) Erotica Collection

Darrell D. is the pseudonym of a gay man who kept a small collection of brochures and advertisements for erotic books, magazines, photo sets, and novelties. Materials are dated with the month and year that D. received them.

D. Ghirardelli Co., San Francisco records : ms.S, 1895-1934.

Negative and positive microfilm. Original in private possession.

D. H. Lawrence bookplate, undated

(David Herbert). One bookplate, n.d. Alpha list.

D. H. Lawrence letter and typed form, 1937

One letter (TL) and one typed form , 1937, together with a page of notes re detention by U.S. Customs Service of a package containing the book The Paintings of D. H. Lawrence, based on a controversial 1929 London exhibit....

D. Mackenzie Brown collection, circa 1940s-1950s

159 items: Primarily correspondence and research files (including notecards, typed transcripts, clippings and photostats) relating to Alpheus Thompson, a Maine sea captain who moved to Santa Barbara and married a daughter of Carlos Antonio Carillo. Brown edited the book China...

D. N. & E. Walter & Company records and photographs, 1868-1958.

Collection consists of an 1958 issue of Western Floors magazine dedicated to telling the history of D. N. & E. Walter & Company on its centennial; a 1902 company invoice, and photographs and prints of the various buildings the company...

D. T. Van Buren letter from Head Quarters, Department of the East, 1864 January 29.

One holograph letter written and signed by D. T. Van Buren, Colonel and A. A. G. (Assistant Adjutant General), from Head Quarters, Department of the East, New York City, to First Lieutenant R. G. Wells about dispatching two orderlies whose...

Da Cruz (Frank) Kermit records

The Frank da Cruz Kermit records consist of organizational and administrative materials related to Columbia University’s Kermit project, documents that provide a historical context to the project, Kermit books and manuals published by Frank da Cruz and his colleagues, press...

D.A. Madeira Florist and General Nursery records, 1920-1930.

Contains the financial records of a Salinas, Calif. florist and nursery. Receipts are only for businesses with names starting with the letters A-G.

Dabney family papers, 1876-1920.

Letters from James Dabney to his family concerning his experiences as an American soldier in the Spanish-American War, written from San Francisco, while en route to the Pacific, and from Hawaii, Guam and the Philippines. Also includes letters from Eliza...

Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp) miscellaneous records

Prisoner lists, supply lists, and miscellany, relating to operations of the camp during World War II. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).

Dadrian (Vahakn) papers

Vahakn Dadrian (1926-2019) was an Armenian-American sociologist and historian and one of the early scholars of the academic study of genocide. Dadrian was especially recognized as a leading expert on the Armenian Genocide. The Vahakn Dadrian papers contain Dadrian's research...

Dady (John W.) papers

This collection consists of photographs and postcards from John W. Dady, depicting various Native American tribes and ranches in the Midwest and California during the early 20th century.

Daegener (William) Papers

This folder contains 1 receipt of payment of $154.82 worth of gold bullion deposited by an unknown person (the name is scribbled out) in 1865 to Daegener’s assay’s office.

Daegener (William) Papers, 1850-1871

The documents in this collection (letters, receipts, checks and other business and legal documents) are dated from October 12, 1850 to August 31, 1871. The document descriptions below are in chronological order, with undated documents at the end. The documents...

Dagdeviren (Hidayet) collection

The collection includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, proclamations, speeches, clippings, newspaper issues, maps, posters, and photographs, relating to political and social conditions in Turkey during the Ottoman Empire and the early years of the Turkish Republic, Turkish military activities during World...

Daggett (Frank S.) Collection

Correspondence and financial records relating to the liquidation of the assets of the George H. Dagget Company which went out of business in May 1909.

Daggett (John) Collection

Business letters, legal instruments, accounts, scrapbooks, certificates....

Daggett (John R.) Papers

This folder contains 1 letter of correspondence, 2 pages from a scrapbook, an 1881 receipt, an 1893 bond for $100,000 for his appointment as the Superintendent of the U.S. Mint in San Francisco, and several documents relating to the murder...

Daggett (Rollin Mallory) Papers

This folder contains a poem from 1881 written by Daggett entitled “My New Year’s Guests.”

Daguerre family Rancho Niguel papers

Materials related to the Daguerre family's ownership of one third of the Rancho Niguel from the 1890s until the 1950s, including legal documents, photographs, and newspaper clippings.

Daguerreotype Collection

Collection comprises daguerreotypes, primarily portraits, and also views of cities, towns, and mining areas in California taken between 1839 and 1870. Most daguerreotypes are portraits of early California families and pioneers, such as Maria Paula Rosalia Vallejo Leese and John...

Daha (Husayn) writings

Relates to political conditions in Iran.

Dahl ( Bjarne B.) restoration reports

Materials include photographic reports (consisting of a written description, photographic prints, and negatives) documenting Dahl's restoration work on antique keyboard instruments. Also includes photographs from travels and attendance at early music festivals....

Dahl (Arthur L.) Papers

Class notes, exams, over twenty short stories and other papers relating to his Stanford days.

Dahl (Arthur L.) Papers

Arthur L. Dahl held various positions in the United States Civil Service, among them personal secretary to Gifford Pinchot, who was then National Forester. Dahl was transferred to San Francisco in 1908 as Chief of Maintenance in the Bureau of...

Dahl (H.C.) Stereoscopic Slide Collection

This collection is approximately 4,269 Stereo Realist slides, as well as one case of 35-mm mono (non-stereo) slides, containing 233 slides. The slides date from the late 1940s to the early 1970s. The slides document various locations traveled within the...

Dahl (Ingolf) papers

The Ingolf Dahl papers contain the manuscripts, scores, and professional and personal papers of American composer and USC School of Music faculty member Ingolf Dahl (1912-1970). Dahl, one of USC's most distinguished faculty members, had a long and successful career...

Dahlberg (Edward) Papers

The papers document Dahlberg's writing career and personal life during the 1960s and 1970s.

Dahlquist (David) Washington, D.C. Gay Pride Rally Photographs

David Dahlquist photographs of a gay pride rally in Lafayette Park, Washington, D.C., May 5, 1972. Includes images of Reverend Robert M. Clement, Rich Wandel, and Dr. George Weinberg.

Dahlstrand, Olof Collection

Records in the Olof Dahlstrand Collection span the years 1947-1983. The collection is organized into three series: Personal Papers, Project Records, and Art and Artifacts. Personal Papers include local and regional newspaper articles and personal correspondence from the 1960s to...

Dahlstrom (Grant) Ephemera

Seven file folders containing: Book Fragments, Castle Press Promotional, Calendars, Club Printing, Greeting Cards, Prospectuses, and Trade Printing....

Dailard (Ralph) Papers

Ralph C. Dailard (1907-1991) was the San Diego Superintendent of School from 1954 through 1968. The collection is a mixed materials assortment of awards, velo-bound books, correspondence, ephemera, news clippings, overhead transparencies, and photographs. The majority of the material is...

Dailey, Gardner A. Collection

Some of Dailey's significant projects include the Red Cross Headquarters and Owens Residence in San Francisco, the WWII Pacific War Memorial in the Philippines, the Brazil Building at the GGIE, and numerous hotels, residences, and buildings for the University of...

Dailey (Jan) and John Money Correspondence Collection

Jan Daily, a sex researcher and author, corresponded with Dr. John Money, sex researcher and co-founder of the Gender Identity Clinic at Johns Hopkins, for 17 years. The correspondence begins with Jan Dailey, who lived near Los Angeles International Airport,...

Daily Breeze collection

The Daily Breeze collection spans the 1920s-1990s and encompasses 31.6 linear feet. The collection consists primarily of photographic prints and negatives of individuals in the entertainment industry, along with a small number of motion picture production photographs. These photographs were...

Daily Breeze Publications Collection

Collection includes once yearly tabloid supplements and special editions to the South Bay Daily Breeze newspaper.

Daily Citizen (Vicksburg, Mississippi). Newspaper, July 2, 1863 issue, 1863 July 2

Vicksburg, Mississippi). Newspaper, July 2, 1863 issue, printed on blank side of wallpaper. [Oversize boxed].

Daily evening bulletin index, 1855-1872.

Partial, handwritten card index of selected persons, places, and subjects found in the Daily evening bulletin. Made for use by Hubert Howe Bancroft and The History Company. Some modification of original subject headings made by The Bancroft Library to conform...

Daily family papers, 1850-1995

Erastus Wright Daily moved to Ventura County with his brothers, Charles J., and Wendell P., in the 1880s. He started out as an employee on Patterson Ranch and eventually owned his own successful farm in Camarillo, cultivating sugar beets, lima...

Daily Flight Logs, 1949-1950

Daily Flight Log, 1949 - 1950 is composed of flight logs kept by the Flight Operations group of the Northern California-based National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) on a daily basis for the years 1949 and 1950.

Daily (James and Sarah) papers

This collection chiefly contains travel diaries and correspondence reflecting the trips of American hydraulic engineering professor James W. Daily (1913-1991) and his wife, Sarah A. Daily (1915-2009), to the People's Republic of China in 1974 and 1979, as well as...

Daily Morning Ape

Two copies of the newspaper, handwritten composed by San Francisco children and handwritten on lined legal-sized sheets with a hand-drawn masthead showing an ape under a tree thumbing his nose at an owl and an elephant, are dated September 1,...

Daily News Morgue Files of the Bustop Campaign Collection

The is the second-largest circulating newspaper in Los Angeles, California, and primarily reports stories pertinent to the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. The collection contains the morgue, or inactive, files of the relevant to the Bustop Campaign, especially...

Daily Recorder newspaper collection

The collection contains 79 bound volumes of issues of the Daily Recorder dating from 1914 to 1979, except issues from 1941 and 1942....

Daily Reminder Diary

Entries in this diary, a 1925 Daily Reminder Book, start in 1936, when the author was a young girl. She initially wrote about attending various social funct ions, going to church, and a part-time job. Other entries cover single days,...

Daily Trojan SoCal magazine collection

This small collection contains eight issues of SoCal, a monthly magazine of the Daily Trojan student newspaper of the University of Southern California, dating from 1977 to 1981. The lifestyle magazine features articles about Los Angeles and Southern California people,...

Daingerfield family letters

This collection consists of letters from Leroy and William Daingerfield to their family in Harper's Ferry, Virginia. Letters are revealing of legal, mining, and business conditions of the time....

Daingerfield Fauntleroy papers, 1819-1873 (bulk 1819-1847).

Primarily letters to Daingerfield Fauntleroy from his family and superior officers, including Commander William Mervine, in part while serving as a captain in the U.S. Navy in charge of American occupation troops around Monterey after the Mexican War. Also includes...

Dairyman's Coast Bank records, 1901-1928

This collection contains selected records of the Dairyman's Coast Bank of Valley Ford, Calif. (earlier called the Dairyman's Bank), including cash and daily balance sheets, savings records and bills receivable.

Daisy Cohn Liederman papers, 1890-1938.

The collection consists primarily of a scrapbook, as well as personal correspondence, programs from her performances, newspaper clippings, photographs, and an invitation to her wedding.

Dajevskis (Evalds) papers

Evalds Dajevskis (1914-1990) was a Latvian artist and theater set designer.

Dakin (Fred H.) papers

The papers of Fred H. Dakin, California mining engineer and antimony ore buyer for the Texas Mining and Smelting Company. Included are mine files, general correspondence and subject files, field notes and other notebooks, some mining financial records, personalia, and...

Dakin, Fred H. Photographs from the Fred H. Dakin papers [graphic]

Collection of Dakin family photos including snapshots, studio portraits, school pictures, etc. California locations include: Mount Shasta region, Siskiyou Mountains, Butte County, Happy Camp, Bohemian Grove, Redding (estates and city views), and Mount Lassen (during eruption). Some photos of gold...

Dakin (H. S.) papers

Correspondence, writings, serial issues, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, and other printed matter relating to the status of religious freedom in the Soviet Union and other communist countries, and to dissidents in the Soviet Union and other communist countries. Includes drafts of...

Dakin Mining Co. records, circa 1902-1981.

Includes correspondence, maps, articles of incorporation, minutes, etc. of Dakin Mining Co., San Francisco, California; genealogy of the Dakin family, account book for other mines, records of the Uncle Sam mine.

Dakin (Susanna B.) A Scotch paisano: Hugo Reid's life in California (1832-1852)

Hugo Reid was nicknamed the Scotch Paisano during his days as a Scottish settler in Mexican Southern California. He was born in 1810 and he settled in the San Gabriel area in the 1820s, became a Mexican citizen, married a...

Dakotah (Ship) Papers regarding repairs for the ship Dakotah at Rio de Janeiro while en route from New York to San Francisco, 1852.

Included are signed copies of reports of Edward Kent, the U.S. consul at the port, and bills and accounts.

Daksergof (Marina) collection

Writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to various members of the Russian aristocracy and to the Russian Civil War.

Dale (Frank K.) Collection

Collection includes essays on 20th century music, the manuscript scores of Dale's piano and other musical works, together with drafts and sketches, and a sound disc of a performance of selected works performed by Felix Witzinger at Indianapolis in 1956....

Dale Graff miscellany, 1990-1992.

Comprised largely of correspondence from Graff to his friend, Elizabeth Elkus. Also includes photocopies of his poems, most of which appear in his book, 22 Poems, and stories. In addition, material relating to two of his art exhibitions, one of...

Dale L. Morgan collection of typescripts relating to Utah, 1857-1939.

Includes the following works: Journal of the Southern Indian Mission (by Thomas D. Brown, 1857-1858), Record of J.L. Bunting, Kanab, Kane Co., Utah (by James Lovett Bunting, 1892), Diary and journal of James S. Bunting (Nov. 1879-Oct. 1881), Platte de...

Dale L. Morgan collection relating to Austin I. Raines and the first U.S. Consul at Monterey, California, 1832-1835.

Typescript and photostat copies compiled by Dale L. Morgan regarding mountain man Austin I. Raines and the first U.S. Consulate in California at Monterey. Contains letters from Raines to Robert Campbell and to the Secretary of State concerning his trip...

Dale Lowell Morgan photograph collection.

Collection contains a large number of family photographs including snapshots, negatives and slides. Images are of vacations, outings, school pictures, group portraits, and family portraits. Many Smithsonian copy photographs of American Indians are found in the collection, as well as...

Dale R. McCullough papers, 1966-2007.

Contains correspondence, research and writing, and course materials, including videotaped lectures.

Dalen (Ebba) collection

Propaganda leaflets distributed by the Finnish communist party and labor unions in Finland.

Daley (Dennis) Papers

Pre-publication copies (lightly annotated) of psychiatrist Dennis C. Daley's 1988 book .

Daley (Jim) Memoir Typescript

This collection consists of an unpublished draft of a memoir by a Deadhead who toured and taped for ten years. Fan-recorded tapes were a significant part of the Deadhead subculture, and those who taped at shows were often highly professional...

Dalis-Loinaz (Irene) Papers

The Irene Dalis-Loinaz Papers (1831-2015, bulk 1950-2000) consists of correspondence, adminstrative records, notes, vocal and music scores, photographs, and opera publications, audiovisual materials, and relating to the life and career of Mezzo-Soprano opera singer Irene Dalis (1925-2014).

Dall (John) papers

The John Dall papers span the years 1934-1945 and encompasses approximately 3.5 linear feet. The collection includes scrapbooks, yearbooks, and a small amount of correspondence, clippings, and photographs. The bulk of the material is devoted to his stage and early...

Dallin (Alexander) papers

Writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, orders, interview transcripts, notes, and printed matter, relating to the German occupation of areas of the Soviet Union during World War II, the Vlasov movement, and Soviet collaborators and partisans. Includes photocopies of German military documents....

Dallin (Alexander) Papers

Collection includes Dallin's research materials, lecture and presentation materials, computer media, and audiovisual materials....

Dallin (David J.) miscellaneous papers

Notes, letters, clippings, and reports, relating to Soviet espionage activities abroad. Used as research material for the book by D. J. Dallin, Soviet Espionage (New Haven, 1955).

Dallinger (Nat) photographs

The Nat Dallinger photographs span the years 1935-1982 (bulk 1943-1971) and encompass 97 linear feet. The collection consists of approximately 65,880 items, which include negatives, transparencies, and photographic prints; 1,230 newspaper tear sheets from weekly columns featuring Dallinger's photographs; and...

Dall-Oldroyd Correspondence

Correspondence between William H. Dall and Mrs. Ida Shephard Oldroyd on the subject of shell collecting....

Dal'nevostochnaia Respublika miscellaneous records

Memoranda and copies of proclamations and correspondence, relating to the creation of the Far Eastern Republic and to Japanese intervention in Siberia. Includes a mimeographed copy of the constitution of the republic and a memorandum from the Far Eastern Republic...

Dalquest (Walter W.) papers

The Walter W. Dalquest papers include bound and unbound field notes and correspondence. These materials offer insight into the work done by Dalquest between 1936-1990.

Dalton (Henry) Papers

This collection consists of the business and personal papers of rancher and businessman Henry Dalton (1803-1884) and his life in early Southern California, with the bulk dating from 1840-1883. Of note are land papers and maps related to Dalton's ranches:...

Dalton (Melville) papers

Melville Dalton (1907-1978) was a sociologist and UCLA professor of sociology who focused his career on studying staff relationships in industry. This collection contains manuscripts of Dalton’s professional writings and correspondence largely relating to publications, including the publication of Men...

Daly (Captain Robert W.) collection

The Captain Robert W. Daly collection (SAFR 17247, HDC 330) consists of one Army and Navy Club treasury report from 1896, one dance invitation sponsored by the crew of the U.S.S. Wisconsin, from 1901 and one Navy and Marine Corps...

Daly (Carroll J.) Papers

Carroll John Daly (1889-1958) was a crime fiction writer. His publications include (1927), (1933), (1936), and (1951). He also wrote dozens of stories for pulp detective magazines and television scripts. The collection consists of 163 typescripts of short stories, a...

Daly (David B.) "Archaeology of the Dam-Keeper's House" [thesis]

Master’s thesis, Department of Anthropology, San Francisco State University....

Daly (Jo) Papers

The Jo Daly papers document the professional life of the longtime San Francisco lesbian political activist and community leader.

Daly, "Pat" Philip Personal Papers

Photos in the collection show him in Guymas, Sonora, Mexico, in 1970, where the movie Catch 22 was being filmed. Mr. Daly was Ordnance Manager for Pilot/LCDR F. G. Tallman, the flying supervisor. This film was renowned for its role...

Dalziel Family Collection

A collection of materials related to the Dalziel family, prominent wood engravers and publishers in mid to late-19th century England. Includes family photograph albums, hundreds of wood engravings, and scrapbooks.

Dam building in Wyoming and Idaho [graphic].

Chiefly snapshot views of the Jackson Lake Dam (Wyoming) and the Black Canyon Dam on the Payette River (Idaho).

Dam construction photographs from the Spring Valley Water Company records [graphic]

Includes progress photos of the construction of a concrete dam.

Dam (Kenneth W.) diaries

Relates to American foreign policy during the presidential administration of Ronald Reagan.

Dam Speech by Cliff Hey

A brief description of the collapse of St. Francis Dam and subsequent flood of the Santa Clara Valley

Dama, Luigi Photographs of admitted and undisputed papers : submitted as evidence in the Dama will contest, Superior Court, San Francisco, decided by Judge James V. Coffey, 1892 Jan. 30.

Photoprints of documents, letters, signatures and other examples of Dama's handwriting, with notes as to their use in the case. Photoprints are pasted into volume.

Daman (Araunah) Blacksmith Ledger

The Araunah Daman Blacksmith Ledger is an account book for work performed by Araunah Daman, a blacksmith in Maine. Entries are arranged by customer's name.

Damaras (von, Sergeant) papers

Diaries and postcards, relating to German military medical activities during World War I.

Damascus Majlis al-Shariah miscellaneous records

Legal documents, relating to administration of civil and criminal justice.

Dambitis (Roberts) memorandum

Request addressed to Andrei IA. Vyshinskii, deputy chairman of the Council of People's Commissars of the Soviet Union, that Latvian military units be allowed to remain in Latvia.

D'Ambrosio, Beverly (Afghanistan and Iraq War correspondence)

This collection contains two letters and approximately 11 postcards written to Beverly D'Ambrosio by 11 US service members during the Afghanistan and Iraq Wars. This collection also contains one printout of a photographic collage, and eight USA Customs declaration and...

Dame Judith Anderson oral history, 1972

Interviewer:?, Oct. 3, 1972. Transcript: None found. Related materials: None found.

D'Amico (Jeanne) Papers

Jeanne D'Amico started her affiliation with the Los Angeles Olympic movement in 1969. She was a full-time staff member in preparation for the 1976 Olympic bid, an assistant to John C. Argue in preparing the 1984 bid, and a member...

Damm (Bertram von) letter

Relates to a conversation between B. von Damm and Ernest F. Mackie, lieutenant colonel, Canadian Army, concerning German and British morale and the prospect of a German victory. Photocopy.

Damron Publications Collection

This is a collection of 8 Damron publications. This San Francisco enterprise was begun by Bob Damron, who began publishing annual guides to gay bars and other businesses in 1965. In more recent years, a Guide to Women's Places, a...

Damrosch family photograph album [graphic]

Family snapshots in various New York and New Jersey area locations including South Orange, Atlantic City, Albany, Basin Harbor, etc. Also included is a group portrait of members of the New York Symphony (probably including Walter Damrosch), and scenes of...

Dams : Papers Concerning Design and Construction

Summary: Design and construction reports on and photographs of several major United States dams, including: Boulder, Coolidge, Friant, Grand Coulee, and Hoover....

Dams and watersheds of the Spring Valley Water Company [graphic]

Photos show land and projects of the Spring Valley Water Company in California. Includes: Crystal Springs Lake and Dam, San Andreas Dam, San Antonio resevoir site and watershed, Sunol Dam and water temple, La Honda and Santa Cruz mountains views,...

Dams of the Merced, Modesto and Turlock irrigation districts [graphic]

Photographs show the construction of the Exchequer Dam, the La Grange Dam (identification uncertain, possibly the Don Pedro Dam?), and related views.

Dan Curtis Productions records

The Dan Curtis Productions Records span the years 1963-2005. Dan Curtis predominantly produced television series, made for television movies, television episodes, and television miniseries. While Curtis produced many acclaimed productions, he is most known for his 1960's gothic soap opera...

Dan Gutleben papers, 1880-1951.

Collection of material concerning the sugar industry, relating chiefly to California. Includes: material concerning the Western Sugar Refining Company, Bay Refinery, C & H at Crockett, Pacific Refinery, Gordon's, etc.; diary of operations in the sugar refinery, Paauha, Hawaii, 1880-1885;...

Dan Gutleben papers, 1892-1969 (bulk 1920-1969).

Correspondence, manuscripts, and publications concerning his interest and activity in writing about the sugar industry.

Dan Isaac Slobin papers, approximately 1960-2018.

Contains correspondence, professional publications and presentations, course materials, and personal writings.

Dan Jacob Sachman biographical sketch and related materials, circa 1887.

Sketch includes information on Sachman's journey to California in 1850; journey to Port Orchard, Washington; work in lumbering and as a hotel owner.

Dan Murphy Company records

This collection consists of business records pertaining to the Dan Murphy Company and the Dan Murphy Foundation from 1876-2005.

Dan Nicoletta photographs of San Francisco queer culture [graphic].

Photographs documenting queer culture of San Francisco, chiefly during the 1970s. Subjects include Nicoletta, Harvey Milk, Sylvester (Sylvester James), Divine (Harris Glenn Milstead), Edith Massey, San Francisco Gay Pride Parade, drag queens, Trocadero Transfer dance club, the Angels of Light...

Dan Patterson collection of Telephone Pioneers of America, George S. Ladd Chapter 27, materials : San Francisco, Calif., 1971-1974.

Contains materials collected by the president of the San Francisco chapter of a national volunteer service organization made up of members from the telecommunication industry. Materials include those from Patterson's 1974 term as president and other related news clippings, newsletters,...

Dan Rios papers

The collection, created by Daniel Flores Rios, Chief Photographer, Escondido Times-Advocate and North County Times from 1968-2001, provides a visual documentation of the San Diego North County geographic region, community, and events that helped shape its history.

Dan Stanislawski research notes, approximately 1944-approximately 1992.

Notes from various research projects, particularly related to Stanislawski's study of historical geography in Portugal, Mexico, Central America, South America, Italy, and Greece.

Dan White Out of L.A. Committee Petition

The collection consists of a petition circulated by the Dan White Out of L.A. Committee. Dan White was paroled from prison in January 1984 after completing five of his seven year prison term. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation...

Dana (Charles) Papers

Correspondence, documents, and ephemera related to business executive Charles Dana, particularly his activities in Hawai'i.

Dana family dictations : Nipomo Ranch, San Luis Obispo County, California, 1887 Mar.

Brief statements, chiefly concerning their portions of the Nipomo Rancho, from David A., Frank, Frederick A., Henry C., José Ramón H., and William C. Dana, sons of William G. Dana. Notes on the family of John F. Dana (another son)...

Dana (Gioia) Ephemera

American poet, literary critic, and translator.

Dana (Julian) - Photograph and Portrait Collection

Includes copy photographs of 19th century California scenes. Postcard views picture Samoa and other Pacific islands, England, etc. Two drawings and a map reproduction are also included. Some items relate to R.L. Stevenson. 97 portraits of various celebrities and notable...

Dana (Julian) Papers

The papers of Julian Dana, newspaperman, columnist, editor, and writer of popular stories and histories of California.

Dana Point Syndicate Records of S.H. Woodruff

The business records collected by real estate developer S.H. Woodruff in his capacity as head of the Dana Point Syndicate, a group of wealthy Los Angeles investors formed to finance the purchase, subdivision, and development of some 1,400 acres of...

Dana Strand Club Records

This collection includes administrative files, corporate papers, event files and news bulletins from the Dana Strand Club, a mobile home community located in Dana Point, CA. The files documents the management of the property, including finances, amenities, such as the...

Dana (William A.) correspondence, San Francisco

Letters sent between the Dana brothers, San Francisco commission merchants

Danang Air Base/South Vietnam photograph album

262 photos in an album compiled by an American serviceman at Danang Air Base, South Vietnam, 1966-1969.

Danburg family negatives and photographs

The Danburg family negatives and photographs consists primarily of negatives, with a few photographs, that depict members of the Danburg family in and around their properties, as well as in the Southwest. The Danburgs lived at 1406-1/2 S. Westmoreland Avenue...

Dance at the Temple of the Wings, the Boynton-Quitzow family in Berkeley : oral history transcript / and related material, 1972-1973.

Volume 1, interviews with Charles and Sulgwynn Quitzow; volume 2, interviews with their children, OElóel Quitzow Braun and Vol Quitzow. Photographs and copies of documentary material included and appended. Comments on the Boynton, Treadwell and Quitzow families; their home, the...

Dance Cards and Invitations from California

This collection comprises 30 dance cards, tickets, and invitations to balls and prize masquerades held in San Francisco, Oroville, and Petaluma (primarily San Francisco). The materials are printed; some of the dance cards are partially filled in and some invitations...

Dance Cards and Tango Cutouts

This collection comprises 15 dance cards and 4 decorative tango dancer cutouts.

Dance Department. Administrative files.

Record Series 619 contains the administrative files of the Department of Dance at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Dance Department. Chair. Administrative files of Carol Scothorn.

Record Series 571 contains the administrative files of Carol Scothorn, Chair of the Dance Department from 1980 to 1990. Materials include: correspondence; performance programs; news clippings; and announcements pertaining to the Dance Department and UCLA Dance Company. Also in the...

Dance Department records (University of California, Irvine).

The UCI Dance Department records collection contains programs from UCI Dance Department productions, ranging from Week 10 workshops to student thesis shows, Alumni Newsletters and Faculty Newsletters from 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001, as well as photographs...

Dance Department. Scrapbooks.

Record Series 687 contains scrapbooks generated by UCLA's Dance Department. Materials include photographs and programs.

Dance Invitations from Massachusetts Collection

This collection comprises an inaugural ball admittance ticket and eleven invitations for dances, balls, and a cotillion party held in locations in Massachusetts, chiefly in the city of Worcester. All materials are printed. Several include holograph notations of dates or...

Dance Photograph Collection

The Dance Photograph Collection is comprised of publicity images, taken by commercial photographers and stamped with credit lines. Items date from 1906 to 1970. The images, all silver gelatin, document the repertoires of six major companies; choreographers' original works, primarily...

Dance Productions - Photographs

Scenes from works by several choreographers, including M. Gage, M. Graham, K. Jooss, E. Selden, D. Humphrey, R. von Laban and others. Most photo credits from New York; a few from Berlin, Dresden and Paris.

Dance program and ephemera collection

This collection comprises printed materials, primarily dance programs and repertory booklets, documenting significant international dancers, dance companies, festivals, performances, and events. The bulk of this collection comprises materials on 20th century American and European ballet performers and companies, such as...

Dance Programs Collection

Collection consists of some 1000 twentieth-century dance programs, primarily American, but many for foreign dance companies on tour in the U.S.

Dancing Cansinos photograph album

The Dancing Cansinos photograph album consists of photographs and ephemera relating to the Dancing Cansinos, a family of professional dancers who emigrated from Spain and eventually settled in Los Angeles. The troupe consisted of Antonio, Sr. and Carmen Cansino; their...

Dane Coolidge photograph collection.

Many photographs taken in the Southwest. Includes scenes of cattle ranching, cowboys, Native Americans, shepherds, and mining and prospecting. Many images were used in publications by Dane Coolidge. Also includes some views of China.

Dane, Elmore Letters : to his wife, Sophia, 1865.

Two holograph letters of a predominantly personal nature, written to his wife.

Dane Family Papers

This collection contains the papers of the family of Ezra Dane (1828-1921) and Lois Anna Nutting, who settled in California during the Gold Rush period. The bulk of the papers consist of personal Dane family correspondence; some letters discuss the...

Dane, G. Ezra (George Ezra) Photographs relating to California stage coaches, gold country, and Black Bart.

Includes photos of California gold country, stage coaches, weapons of Black Bart, and a recreated view of a stagecoach hold-up of the 1880s/1890s.

Daneau (Lambert) - Selva d'Aforismi Politici

Vellum-bound volume, collection of political aphorisms taken from Greek and Latin historians, handwritten in Italian by Lambert Daneau (ca. 1530-1595), professor of theology.

Danforth (Russell E.) Collection

Four postcard albums. Souvenir postcards primarily from Europe; some locales of United States, Canada, Ensenada (Mexico), Jamaica, and Singapore. Collected approximately between 1920 and 1931. See also GC1221 Russell E. Danforth Scrapbook, 1918-1919.

Danforth (Russell E.) Scrapbook, 1918-1919

The scrapbook contains military papers (promotions, passes, permission requests), invitations, photographs, programs, ticket stubs, and sheet music. Also includes a letter from Danforth to his grandmother (May 4, 1919) telling about sightseeing in France.

d'Angelo (Sergio) papers

Writings, correspondence, and printed matter relating to the Russian writer Boris Pasternak and especially to the circumstances of the publication of Pasternak's novel .

Danh (Binh) photographs from the Pulau Bidong Series

The collection comprises seventeen black and white photographs taken in 2002 by Binh Danh during a visit to Pulua Bidong, an abandoned island off the coast of Malaysia, where Dahn's family lived as refugees before immigrating to the United Sates.

Daniel Bennahmias oral history interviews

This collection comprises one sound disc with accompanying transcript and one videotape of two oral history interviews with Daniel Bennahmias conducted by the Holocaust Media Project on June 24, 1986 and by the Holocaust Oral History Project on November 12,...

Daniel Coit Gilman correspondence, 1871-1875.

Letters from William Alvord, Newton Booth, Eugene Casserly, Cornelius Cole, George Davidson, Henry Edwards, Stephen J. Field, H.H. Haight, Martin Kellogg, Clarence King, W.I. Kip, John LeConte, Joseph LeConte, Charles Nordhoff, Frederick Law Olmsted, Daniel Rogers, B.F. Sands, A.A. Sargent,...

Daniel Coit letters to his brother-in-law, Pelatiah Perit : ALS, 1821-1831.

Concerning commercial transactions, primarily in South America. Written from Lima, Peru, various cities in Europe, and Norwich, Connecticut. With typed transcripts of a part of the collection.

Daniel Cowan Jackling papers, [ca. 1909-1955]

Scrapbooks re the various mining companies with which he was associated, strikes in the mines and the Western Federation of Miners, and his own career, ca. 1908-1914; photographs of operations of Alaska Gold Mines Co., 1912, and Mercur Mines Co.;...

Daniel D. Page correspondence, 1847-1868.

Include letters from John Parrott, Howland & Aspinwall, Samuel L. M. Barlow and others, relating to property in St. Louis and San Francisco, the banking firm of Page, Bacon & Co., and the 1856 Vigilance Committee in San Francisco.

Daniel del Solar collection of posters pertaining to various Mexican-American topics [graphic].

Posters pertaining to various Mexican-American topics, events and other subjects, including: Mascarones Theater Group (1997), Video Latino (1978), Xicana Moratorium Day (2003), Murals of Aztlan (1981), Cinco de Mayo (1999), Yolanda Lopez benefit (1996), Chicano history mural (1990), Day of...

Daniel Dole letters : to his sons George and Sanford : ALS, 1869-1878.

29 letters (& 3 framents of letters). Dole describes travel on the islands and provides information on the prices of goods, the lumber industry, the development of the sugar cane plantations and sugar manufacturing in general. Also mentioned is Dole's...

Daniel (E. G.) typescript

Relates to archival sources on World War I.

Daniel E. Sickles letters, 1913, 1914

[Civil War Major General]. Three letters (ALS) to A.G. Peterson mainly about financial difficulties and a letter to the editor of the National Tribune from an unidentified writer, pleading Sickles' case, all 1913. Also, an obituary from the National Tribune,...

Daniel E. Smart correspondence, [1851-1858]

Chiefly letters to his family in the East, written from Sonoma, Santa Rosa and San Francisco, describing his trip across the Isthmus and experiences in California. A few have postscripts by his sister, Sarah.

Daniel F. Castro collection of Ina Coolbrith and Eunice Lehmer correspondence, 1910-1955.

The Daniel F. Castro collection of Ina Coolbrith and Eunice Lehmer correspondence, 1910-1955, is primarily comprised of correspondence by and to Ina Coolbrith and also by and to Eunice Lehmer. The collection also includes a poem by, writings sent to,...

Daniel Gibb & Company papers, 1857-1859.

Miscellaneous accounts of Daniel Gibb & Company, San Francisco, California, as general merchants.

Daniel Gilman Heald diaries : ms.S, 1853-1881.

v.1, scattered entries, San Francisco (1853)

Daniel Goldberg papers, 1939-2001.

The collection consists of: an identification of individuals who appeared in a group photograph taken in April 1928 (entitled Kol Yaakov); a photocopy of an article that appeared in the December 20, 1946 edition of the Jewish Community Bulletin entitled...

Daniel H. Parker papers, 1836-1849.

A daybook, dated 1836-1849, recording the receipts and dispursements of day labor, livestock, and produce probably referring to transactions in Dunbarton, NH. Includes many additional records on loose sheets inserted into daybook in Parker's handwriting. Also includes two notices dated...

Daniel Hanmer Wells narrative ... : Salt Lake City, Utah : ms., 1884.

Describes life from 1834 in what became Nauvoo, Illinois; arrival of the Mormons in 1839 and events until the exodus in 1846, at which time he joined the Church; removal to Utah, 1848, and pioneer life afterward, with especial attention...

Daniel Holmes collection of Sierra Club burro trips and Yosemite National Park backcountry research, 1966-1998.

Bulk of the material documents burro trips organized by the Sierra Club Wilderness Outings Committee; includes trip announcements, itineraries, food and supplies lists, participant roosters and correspondence for trips occurring between 1966 and 1998. Other materials include records of the...

Daniel McLean letters, 1855-1856.

Letters written to McLean's brother from Pike City, Yuba Co., pertaining to mining experiences.

Daniel Moore papers, approximately 1959-2016.

Handwritten and typescript notebooks containing poems, stories, notes on dreams, diary entries and other occasional writings, some illustrated with drawings; unbound manuscripts of poems; drawings; galley proofs and an annotated copy of Dawn Visions; drawings and printed plates for This...

Daniel (Oliver) Correspondence with Ernst Krenek

Correspondence between Oliver Daniel and Ernst Krenek, most written during Daniel's tenure with Broadcast Music, Inc. Collection includes original letters and telegrams from Daniel and photocopies of letters from Krenek.

Daniel S. Hardenberg papers, 1859-1868

Correspondence and financial materials, including Civil War era, of Daniel S. Hardenberg, Assistant Surgeon of the 56th New York Infantry. .05 linear feet (1 folder).

Daniel Trotter Potts letters, 1824-1828.

Five letters by a Rocky Mountain trapper, 1822-1828. Three, dated Rocky Mountains, July 7, 1824, Sweet [Bear] Lake, July 8, 1827, and St. Louis, October 3, 1828; one dated Rocky Mountains, July 16, 1826; one dated Sweet Lake, July 8,...

Daniel W. Kleinhans memoirs : typescript, [undated].

Recollections of voyage to California around the Horn on the John Enders in 1849, descriptions of San Francisco and Sacramento, gold mining ventures and travels in California.

Daniel Wadsworth Coit letters to family, 1819-1851.

Some letters published as: Digging for gold without a shovel; the letters of Daniel Wadsworth Coit from Mexico City to San Francisco 1848-1851. [Denver] : Old West Pub. Co., 1967.

Daniel Webster autograph, 1842 March 13

(1782-1852). Autograph of American statesman Daniel Webster, on envelope with Washington, D.C. stamp, Mar. 13, [1842]. Alpha list.

Daniell (Charles Penniman) Papers

The collection consists of family letters and a few photographs related to Charles Penniman Daniell's experiences and life in San Francisco, California (1850-53).

Daniell (John) Papers

A collection of correspondence, documents, and photographs related to the mining careers of John Daniell (1839-1898) and his son, John Daniell (1875-1945).

Daniells (Truman G.) Papers

Correspondence, mss. of articles, clippings and papers relating primarily to his career as editor of the Alameda Daily Argus and the Oakland Tribune. A few papers of his daughter, Lulu (Daniells) Taylor included.

Danielopol (Dumitru) papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, and photographs, relating to the Paris Peace Conference, 1946, the peace settlement with Romania at the end of World War II, and world politics, 1943-1973.

Daniels (Charles) Personal Papers

Charles Daniels was a member of the 8th Photos Recon Squadron and 82nd Tactical Recon Squadron during World War II. After the War he took and collected thousands of rare aircraft photos from all over the World.

Daniels (Charles) Sheet Music Collection

The Charles Daniels Sheet Music Collection principally contains sheet music of works either composed by Daniels, published under his given name or one of his pseudonyms, notably Neil Moret, or works published by one of the many publishers Daniels was...

Daniels (Danny) papers

Danny Daniels was a tap dancer, choreographer, and entrepreneur. The collection consists primarily of material from his long career on stage and in film and television. There are also records from his eponymous dance school, as well as other business...

Daniels (Douglas) papers

The collection contains recorded and transcribed interviews conducted by Douglas Daniels regarding the life and career of musician Lester Young in preparation for his book, , and also regarding the history of the Santa Barbara Blues Society.

Daniels (Helen D.) maps

Two hand-drawn maps, entitled Nanking, and Nanking and Environs, showing the growth of Nanking, China, from antiquity to the twentieth century. Photocopy.

Daniels (Marc) scripts

This collection consists of the scripts of American television director Marc Daniels (1912-1989).

Daniloff (Karl B.) typescript

Relates to social conditions in tsarist Russia, the Russian Revolution, and Russian émigré life afterward Photocopy.

Danish Mormon material : Salt Lake City.

Journals and papers of Mormons and mormon activities in Denmark and Utah from film on deposit from the Utah Historical Society.

Danish Occupation photo album, circa 1937-1945

Album with pasted-in photographs and clippings from newspapers and copies of flyers including underground leaflets. (Ephemera and clippings in Danish language, some in Norwegian). Contains also: National Air Force, air balloons, helicopters, various Danish, German and British aircraft, the sinking...

Danisman (Basri) typescript

Relates to activities of the Turkish 3d Brigade in the Korean War. Photocopy.

Dank (Barry M.) Papers

Articles, correspondence, syllabi, and clippings documenting sociologist Barry M. Dank's professional involvement with the issue of social and personal acceptance of gay identity. In 1971, Dank, a professor at California State University, Long Beach, published an article in the journal...

Dankers (Oskars) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, reports, and a speech, relating to the administration of German-occupied Latvia during World War II.

D’Anne (Denise) Papers

Denise D’Anne was an activist, environmentalist, civil servant, writer, and candidate for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, as well as a proud trans woman who transitioned in 1968. Her collection is divided into four series: Manuscripts, Photographs, Audiovisual Materials,...

Dannenbrink (Robert F., Jr.) papers

The Robert F. Dannenbrink Jr. papers contains material documenting the work of urban designer and planner Robert F. Dannenbrink, Jr., including his work on planning for the campus of the University of California, Irvine; Irvine Ranch and The Irvine Company;...

Dannreuther (Edward) Collection

Edward Dannreuther (1844-1905) was a pianist and music scholar. This small collection contains concert and lecture programs (1873-1894) from England, many of which feature performances by Dannreuther.

d'Annunzio (Gabriele) collection

Autographed book, facsimiles of letters and leaflets, and postcards relating to the Italian writer and political leader Gabriele d'Annunzio.

Danquah (Joseph Boakye) writings

Studies, entitled Revelation of Culture in Ghana (1961), and Sacred Days in Ghana (1963), relating to Ghanaian culture and the development of the Ghanaian calendar.

Dansky (Steven F.) papers

Clippings, writings, periodicals, correspondence, exhibit records, marriage records, photographs, and promotional materials of Steven F. Dansky, 1968-2016. Dansky is a writer, photographer, videographer, and activist, and was an initial member of the Gay Liberation Front (GLF) in New York City....

Danton (J. Periam) Papers

The J. Periam Danton Papers, 1928-2002, primarily consist of professional correspondence regarding organizational activities within the academic library and international librarianship professions. The collection has been divided into three series: Professional Activities; Writings; and Biographical materials. Correspondence with colleagues and...

Danton's Death : typescript (mimeograph) / n.d.

Includes an essay (4 leaves) on the historical background of the play.

Danville School District Collection

Administrative records of the Danville School District

Daphne Muse collection of African-Americana ephemera, 1985-2003.

Digital files contain audio recordings of speeches and poetry readings from the following speakers: Langston Hughes, Mahatma Gandhi, Don L. Lee, and Mario Savio.

Dapper (John) papers

This small collection contains set designs and related production files of American set designer and art director John Dapper (born 1923). There are files for thirteen projects, chiefly films, dating from 1957 to 1984.

DaPrato (Edward P.) Papers

Edward P. DaPrato (1921 September 4-2005 November 2) was a World War II veteran and personnel management specialist who traveled extensively in Thailand in the 1990s. Correspondence, journals, and writings document DaPrato’s experiences while traveling, including detailed accounts of his...

Darack (Ed) Papers

Photographs used in Darack's book, 6194, Denali Solo.

Darbee family papers, circa 1840- circa 1980 (bulk 1940-1980).

Includes business, personal, and family papers of Mrs. Annie Darbee (formerly Mrs. Annie Gooch), mostly within her lifetime from 1872-1956. Business records primarily relate to the family's flower shop in San Francisco, and many of the family papers consist of...

Darbee family pictorial collection [graphic]

Family portraits, photograph albums, snapshots, etc.

Dard Hunter letter, 1962 June 4

(1883-1966). One letter (TLS) from Dard Hunter, American authority on printing, paper, and papermaking, to Matthew J. Bruccoli, American scholar and professor of English, re visit of latter. Chillicothe, Ohio, 4 June 1962.

Dargan (James F.) Civil War Diary and Scrapbook

James F. Dargan served as a Union solder in the US Civil War. Between September 17, 1862 and August 27, 1863 he kept a diary which includes descriptions of his enlistment, camp life, gossip about fellow soldiers, military discipline, and...

Daries, Bob Oral History

Daries discusses his life in Santa Paula CA

Darius Milhaud music, programs, and photograph collection, 1954-1975.

Milhaud?s score for his opera, David; a program for its American premiere, at the Hollywood Bowl, in Los Angeles (1956); a program for David, for a performance at the San Francisco Opera House (1963); and some photographs of Milhaud.

Dark (Robert) papers

Orders, correspondence, speeches, clippings, and photographs, relating to the U.S. Army in the Philippines, 1931-1932, the activities of the 321st Infantry Regiment in the Pacific Theater, 1942-1946, and the invasion of Angaur and Peleliu Island, 1944. Digital copies of select...

[Darktown prints by Currier & Ives].

2 print set: Great oyster eating match between the Dark Town Cormorant and the Blackville Buster. Subtitles are (:1) The start "Now den don't you's be too fresh, wait for de word; and (:2) The finish - "Yous is a...

Darling (Arthur B.) typescript

Relates to the establishment and early history of the Central Intelligence Agency. Also includes an abridged version. Official document of the Historical Staff of the Central Intelligence Agency. Published under same title (University Park, Pa., 1990).

Darling (Ebin O.) Collection

Personal papers, business papers, certificates, correspondence....

Darling (Ernest William) papers

Writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, pamphlets, leaflets, and clippings, relating to the communist movement, political conditions, labor, and housing in Great Britain.

Darling (Jay N.) cartoon

Depicts the visit of Herbert Hoover to his boyhood home.

Darling (John)/LaKish Hayworth Photographs

1950s and 1960s photographic negatives and slides from John Darling, also known as LaKish Hayworth. Images document Darling’s social life and relationships, including his participation in San Francisco drag society. Photographs also depict Halloween and other holiday parties, beach days...

Darling (Louise) papers

Louise Marie Darling (1911-1999) received degrees in Botany (B.A.) from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) and Botany (M.A.) and Librarianship (Certification and Credential) from the University of California, Berkeley. As a civilian in the U.S. Army Library...

Darling (Lowell) papers

The Lowell Darling papers document an aspect of the artist’s career in California. The collection consists primarily of ephemera, correspondence, research and production notes relating to Darling’s projects with fellow conceptual and video artist Ilene Segalove (b.1950). Much of the...

Darling Motor Company Records, 1916-1917

Company papers include correspondence, customer reservation forms, sales contracts, clippings; the first drawing of the automobile; photographs; one sales brochure; one metal radiator badge.

Darling (Nikki) papers

Nikki Darling is a Los Angeles writer, whose cultural criticism and essays appear regularly or have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, LA Weekly, Art Book Review, Tomorrow Magazine and Public Books. As well, she is a columnist at KCET,...

Darling (William Lafayette) diary

Relates to the Russian railway system. Also available on microfilm (1 reel). Digital copy also available at

Darlington (Abraham) Papers

Correspondence; diaries, 1852-1912; accounts, 1852-1890, relating mainly to farming and shopkeeping in El Dorado Co. Include letters from James Patterson, John Dougherty and others re soapstone business and one letter from A.A. Sargent.

Darlington (Charles F.) papers

Memoirs, speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs relating to American-Gabonese relations, the organizing conference of the United Nations, American foreign trade policy, international currency exchange activities of the League of Nations, the oil industry in the Middle...

Darnall (Thomas Rylan) Papers

This collection contains correspondence and business papers of Thomas Rylan Darnall, primarily concerning his mining partnership with E.W. Morse and the Jesus Maria mine near San Antonio, Baja California, in the mid-1800s.

Darney (Phil) and Landy (Uta) papers

Philip Darney and Uta Landy's papers on Reproductive Health and Family Planning. Dr. Darney and Dr. Landy were key contributors to obstetrics and gynecology training programs that advocated for reproductive health, rights, and family planning. The papers included conference, meeting,...

Darío (Rubén) correspondence

A collection of 14 letters from Rubén Darío to Julio Piquet spanning 1894 to 1914. Rubén Darío was a Nicaraguan poet who initiated the Spanish-American literary movement known as . Julio Piquet was the director of the Argentine newspaper beginning...

Darrah (Guard Clement) Politics Collection

The Guard Clement Darrah Politics Collection includes family papers, documents and articles about San Joaquin County politics and business, and books collected by Darrah, a noted attorney and political figure in San Joaquin County during the middle of the twentieth...

Darrah, William. Letters, 1840-1854

Two series of letters, one from the 1840s and the other from the 1850s. Typescript of ms. for Introduction, with handwritten notes: Flush times in the diggins; or, lights and shades of Murphy's Camp in the fifties, being the lettters...

Darre (Richard Walther) photographs

Depicts peasants of the Main Franconia region in folk costume. Presented to R. W. Darré by a group of Main Franconia farmers.

Darrell Baker collection on Harry Lauder, 1900-1930.

This small collection consists of assorted postcards depicting Scottish entertainer Sir Harry Lauder (1870-1950), best known for his humorous songs sung in Scottish brogue, recording for most of the major recording companies including the Gramophone Co., The Victor Talking Machine...

Darrell (Paul Burton) Papers

Correspondence, research files, and family mementos of railroad photographer and enthusiast Paul B. Darrell.

Dart (John P.) Papers

Letters of John Paul Dart to his brother and sister....

Dart, John Paul. Collected letters of John Paul Dart, 1849-1856.

25 letters written from California by John Dart to Benjamin Dart, except for 1 to Ellen Dart and 1 to an unidentified recipient.

Dart (Justin) collection of Amos 'n' Andy radio recordings

This collection consists of vinyl LP recordings of the American radio sitcom "The Amos 'n' Andy Show," which ran from 1928 to 1960.

Dartau (Ol'ga) papers

Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to Russian literature and to Russian emigre affairs.

Dartigue (Esther) typescript

Relates to the career of Maurice Dartigue as minister of education in Haiti (1941-1945), and as an official of the United Nations Trusteeship Department (1946-1956) and of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (1956-1968), in promoting education in...

Darwin (Charles) / Evolution Collection

The collection contains printed and manuscript materials, photo albums, correspondences, pamphlets, diaries, and various ephemera by and relating to Charles Darwin and others interested in natural history and the theory of evolution. Includes material by Bernard Darwin, Francis Darwin, Thomas...

Das Blatt newsletter collection

Three issues of the newsletter, , published in Bogotá, Colombia by the Asociación Israelita Montefiore. The issues are dated: 1966 November 30; 1968 March 1; and 2019 November. The full title on the two issues from the 1960s is: "Das...

Días de muertos photographs taken in Panteón Civil de Dolores (Mexico City, Mexico).

Photographs depict scenes in the Panteón Civil de Dolores cemetery in Mexico City, including decorated graves and observants of Días de Muertos (All Souls Day).

Das Gesundheitswesen Der Stadt Warschau report

Report prepared for the German government on diseases and healthcare problems in Warsaw from September 1939 though March 1942 and potential epidemic situations. The bombing of Warsaw left about 40% of the city without fresh water or functioning sewers. The...

Das Jahr 1937 photograph album

Depicts the German national socialist leader Julius Streicher. Digital copy available at

Das Paradies : 6 handkolorierte Steinzeichnungen.

Prints depicting a heavenly wilderness, dense with flora and fauna. Portfolio cover printed illustration, title sheet image and another print include depiction of nude lovers, perhaps Adam and Eve.

Dashevsky, Sidney (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from SF 1/C Sidney Dashevsky, USN to his fiancee Emily Van Gelder during the Second World War. Dashevsky was was deployed for almost the entire time he knew her during this correspondence, from 1943 to 1946.

Dashiell (David Cannon) Papers

This collection documents the creative works of artist David Cannon Dashiell. This collection includes written, conceptual, and design works produced from the middle 1970s through 1993 when the artist died. Personal items in the collection are limited to a small...

Dashkevich (Igor Aleksandrovich) papers

Correspondence, writings, samizdat publications, and photographs relating to political dissent in the Soviet Union and to the establishment of independent labor organizations in post-Soviet Russia.

Dasmann (Raymond F.) papers

This collection contains papers which document the career of conservation biologist Raymond F. Dasmann, covering his career as a professor of Environmental Studies at the University of California, his field research and publications, and his professional activities for a number...

Data Center Poster Collection

Posters collected by the Data Center of Oakland, Calif., chiefly relating to the politics of Central America, but also including South America, Cuba, Africa and apartheid, American (United States) politics of the 1970s to mid-1990s, American issues of race and...

Data Center Records

Consists of materials relating to California and Bay Area labor, predominately newspaper clippings and other print sources, the bulk dating from 1965-1990. Topics include the United Farm Workers, Union W.A.G.E.; the Bay Area Progressive Labor Party; San Francisco neighborhood activism;...

Data Center Records

The Data Center records consist of portions of its enormous vertical file as well as admistrative files and a capture of the organization's website. Not all vertical files from the center came to Bancroft. Some had been damaged by water...

Data on wheat growing in Oregon : Portland, Ore. : ms. S, 1885.

Information furnished H.H. Bancroft, enclosing copy of letter and statistical table sent to an unnamed correspondent, and blank questionnaire form (printed).

Data regarding the Hawaiian Islands : typescript, [ca. 1888]

Concerns the establishment of the Supreme Court and Chief Justice William L. Lee; the Land Commission; royal succession; the Legislature; taxation and revenue; education; hospitals and charities; economic development; a trans-Pacific cable; Gerrit P., A.F., and Charles Judd; and Charles...

Date Palm collection

This collection contains records and research on the date palm industry and date palm farming throughout the 20th century, including photographs of date palm farms, brochures, and newspaper clippings. Additionally, the collection contains photographs, programs, correspondence, and pamphlets pertaining to...

Dated Documents from England, France, Italy, Spain, and Austria Collection

Collection consists of sixteen original documents from England, France, Italy, Spain and Austria, most of them written in Latin or French, with one in German. Latin documents include: grant of privileges to the monastery of Peleias by Alphonso IX, King...

Dateline UC Davis Collection

Preservation copies of campus news magazine Dateline UC Davis (formerly titled Campus Record).

Dater (Judy) Portrait Photographs of Prominent Californians

Includes portraits of various California figures by Berkeley-based photographer Judy Dater.

Daubenbiss/Smith collection.

Frank Daubenbiss (the donor's great uncle) and Gladys Daubenbiss Thorp (the donor's grandmother) were grandchildren of John Daubenbiss, Soquel pioneer and one of the earliest white settlers in the area. He became a naturalized Mexican citizen before the American conquest,...

Daubenbiss/Smith collection.

Frank Daubenbiss (the donor's great uncle) and Gladys Daubenbiss Thorp (the donor's grandmother) were grandchildren of John Daubenbiss, Soquel pioneer and one of the earliest white settlers in the area. He became a naturalized Mexican citizen before the American conquest,...

Daugherty (James) Collection

The papers described (two cartons) are part of a larger James L. Daugherty Collection at the Library. The priority was to process his labor papers that relate most to Los Angeles. They are primarily files he maintained while he was...

Daughters of American Colonists (Stockton, Calif. Chapter) Papers

The Daughters of American Colonists Papers consist of Minute Books, Treasurer's Reports and Scrapbooks of the Stockton (Calif.) Chapter (1957-1996) as well as Yearbooks and periodical publications of the national organization (1963-1997)....

Daughters of the American Revolution Blacklist controversy Papers

Included in this collection are pamphlets, newspaper clippings, magazine articles and correspondence dealing with the D.A.R. blacklist controversy....

Daughters of the American Revolution Don Jose de Ortega Chapter Collection

The documents community engagement and social networks of a subset of Los Angeles women in the last quarter of the 20th century. The Don Jose de Ortega Chapter is part of the national lineage-based membership organization Daughters of the American...

Daughters of the American Revolution Fernanda Maria Chapter Collection

The documents the administration and activities of the Northridge based local chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and reflects a segment of San Fernando Valley social life in the 20th and early 21st centuries....

Daughters of the American Revolution Rincon del Diablo Chapter Collection

The collection of the Rincon del Diablo Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution documents the activities and services performed by this organization from its inception in 1954 through 1981.

Daughters of Union Veterans Jocelyn Morgan Kirkwood Memorial Collection

The Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War is a national organization whose membership, according to their charter, is composed of the female, lineal, direct descendents of all "honorably discharged soldiers, sailors, and marines who served in the Union...

Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Department Of California & Nevada Collection

The bulk of the collection consists of journals of the organization's annual convention....

Daum (Raymond W.) collection

The Raymond W. Daum collection spans the years circa 1960s-1990s and encompasses 3 linear feet. The collection consists of Daum's personal files which document his friendships with Gloria Swanson and others. There are clippings, correspondence, books, periodicals, audio recordings, and...

Dauman (Florence) papers

The collection consists of production material, film festival pubicity, and interview transcripts for HOLLYWOOD MAVERICKS as well as budgets, correspondence, production notebooks, and research for A PERSONAL JOURNEY WITH MARTIN SCORSESE THROUGH AMERICAN MOVIES, also known as WHAT PRICE HOLLYWOOD?...

Dauzvardis (Petras Paulius) papers

Speeches, writings, correspondence, legal documents, and clippings, relating to communism in Lithuania and Lithuanians in the United States.

[Dave Bohn photographs of Anne Best collection of Best family landscape paintings].

Photographs of paintings by Arthur W. Best, Alice Best and Harry Cassie Best (all affiliated with Best's Studio of Yosemite Valley) in the collection of Anne Best. Chiefly landscapes painted in various locations of the American West (e.g. Grand Canyon,...

"Dave Eliot: Nudes" Exhibit Photographs

Nude photographic prints by Dave Eliot from the exhibtion "Dave Eliot: Nudes" at A Different Light Bookstore in Santa Monica, California, January 1989.

Dave Martin collection of male physique photography and western views [graphic].

Includes 8 x 10 and 4 x 5 original prints of Martin's commercial male physique photography. Among the models are several noteworthy bodybuilders of the time, including Mike Sill, Bud Counts, Ray Routledge, Ken Dockter, Norman Tousley, Al Endriss, Zaro...

Davenport (built 1912; steam schooner) specifications and inspections

The DAVENPORT (built 1912; steam schooner) specifications and inspections collection (SAFR 21366, HDC1307) contains specifications and inspection materials from the years 1912, when it was built, and 1943, when it was still traveling from Puget Sound to San Diego. The...

Davenport (David) Papers

The collection contains papers from David Davenport's time as president of Pepperdine University from 1985 to 2000, and includes earlier items from the president's office beginning in 1968. The collection contains donor files and subject/correspondence files on various topics. Items...

Davenport (Demorest) Papers

Correspondence, research notes, and teaching materials of UCSB zoology professor Demorest Davenport, during the later years of his tenure and into his retirement. Much of the material focuses on Davenport's 30-year interest in the representation of animals in primitive and...

Davenport (Demorest) Papers

The collection contains the correspondence, research files, lecture notes, slides, and videos of Biology and Zoology professor Demorest Davenport.

Davenport (Dorothy) and the Wallace Reid Foundation Sanatorium photographs

Collection consists of 6 black and white photographs of screen actress Mrs. Wallace Reid (i.e., Dorothy Davenport) and others in front of buildings at the Wallace Reid Foundation Sanatoriuum for drug addiction in Los Angeles. Identification in typescript captions pasted...

Davenport (Edward Loomis) Collection

Correspondence, ephemera, financial papers, photographs, programs, promotional materials, and scripts relating the activities of actor-managers E.L. Davenport and McKee Rankin; actors John Drew, Sidney Drew, and Frank Mayo; and poet-playwright Joaquin Miller.

Davenport (Guy) papers

A collection of essays, articles, fiction, poetry, and book reviews written by writer, translator, literary critic and visual artist Guy Davenport, who also taught literature at the University of Kentucky for 27 years before retiring in 1991. These items are...

Davenport (John) papers

Writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, and printed matter relating to economic conditions in the United States, laissez-faire and conservative political thought, right-to-work issues, and political conditions in southern Africa, especially Zimbabwe and South Africa.

Davenport (Mildred) Dance Programs and Dance School Materials

This collection comprises dance programs, dance school materials, photographs, and ephemera documenting the early career of the Boston-based African-American dancer, dance instructor, and civic official Mildred Davenport. The bulk of this collection consists of dance programs and dance school materials....

Davenport (Tim) collection

Leaflets, flyers, serial issues, broadsides, and pamphlets, distributed on the campus of the University of Washington, Seattle, relating to student political activities and protest movements, and including issuances of various left-wing and right-wing political organizations.

Daves (Delmer) papers

Writer, director, and producer Warner Brothers (1943-1967). Director, writer, and producer Twentieth Century Fox (1949, 1954). Graduate of Stanford University (1927).

David A. Bainbridge Collection on Water Wall Passive Solar Design

Documents, plans, published articles, and photographs collected and created by David A. Bainbridge between 1980 and 2017 relating to water wall passive solar design, passive solar architecture, and renewable energy.

David A. Clarke collection on dairy marketing in California, 1935-1954.

Contains the records of hearings conducted by the California Dept. of Agriculture and law suits in various courts regarding milk price litigation between local dairy farmers and the Dept. of Agriculture.

[David A. Coolidge collection of Dane Coolidge portraits].

Chiefly studio portraits of Coolidge. Also includes some scenes of Coolidge posing in various outdoor locations of the desert southwest.

David A. McKinley correspondence, 1888-1891.

Correspondence received by David A. Mckinley when he was Consul General in San Francisco for the Hawaiian Islands. Includes letters from his father William, Sr. and brother his James, regarding the presidential candidacy of brother William, Jr. Letters from King...

David and Lieselotte Templeton papers, 1947-1996.

Collection contains laboratory notebooks, research notes, writings, computer printouts, and reprints. There are also small quantities of correspondence and photographs, and a copy of Lieselotte's Ph. D. dissertation.

[David and Linda Brauner collection of photographs by Magnum Photos].

Prints, chiefly of a documentary and journalistic nature, by photographers affiliated with Magnum Photos cooperative agency.

David Anderson papers.

Contents: Issues of the Cooperative Californian (Fresno, 1921-1923), poems, photographs and obituary clippings. Letter, 1938, from Alfred Sutro and list of members, 1928, of the Roxburghe Club of San Francisco.

David Bacon's Two Years of Heat and Covid in the San Joaquin Valley

These photographs document the daily lives of farmworkers and their families in the San Joaquin Valley. The San Joaquin Valley, the most productive agricultural area in the world, rural poverty is endemic. This series of photographs presents the complex reality...

David Barrett document, 1864 January 4

[Massachusetts Cavalry, 1st Regiment (Vol)]. One Civil War document (ADS): descriptive list of a detachment of recruits being transferred to Camp of Rendezvous (Barrett is the only person listed), 4 Jan. 1864.

David Bickersteth Magee papers, circa 1947-1975.

Correspondence and papers relating primarily to Magee's activities in the book trade, various California book clubs, and the Bohemian Club. Contains business records as well as personal papers.

David Blackwell papers, 1945-1995.

Contains reprints, a biography and bibliography, correspondence, a broadside for a lecture, clippings about Blackwell and photographs. Many reprints cover Blackwell's research on game theory.

David Brower and Earth Island t-shirts from the Earth Island Institute records.

Two white cotton t-shirts, one with printed image of planet Earth as an island in the ocean, with text: Earth Island brand, save it!; the other with printed portrait of David Brower, with text: David Brower 1912-2000.

David Brown papers, 1853-1887.

Includes letter, 1887, mentioning Chinese in Downieville, California and current prices for goods there; deeds for mining claims and other property in the vicinity of Downieville; papers of the Colored American Joint Stock Quartz Mining Company relating to delinquent assessments,...

The David Bruce Winery : oral history transcript : experimentation, dedication, and success / 2002.

Making Pinot Noir; Martin Ray; producing wine in Santa Cruz mountains; innovation in making White Zinfandel, malolactic fermentation, foot-crushing, late-harvest wines, whole-berry fermentation, extensive skin contact, rotary tanks, small-barrel fermentation; dermatology practice.

David Crosby business papers : Virginia City, Nevada, 1878-1900.

The papers consist of a journal, 1878-1879; ledger, 1891-1892; a letterpress copy book, 1899-1900; and a document relating to litigation by John J. Crosby against the North Bonanza Silver Mining Company, 1895.

David D. Caron collection of research materials concerning the Trail Smelter dispute, approximately 1997-1998.

Contains photocopies of correspondence, published articles, and notebooks of related materials concerning a legal dispute between the United States and Canada over transboundary pollution from a Canadian smelting operation.

David Davies letters, 1930

Two letters (TLS) from David Davies to A. F. Pollard and one letter (TL) response from Pollard, re Davies' book, The Problem of the Twentieth Century , 1930. Found in Davies' The Problem of the Twentieth Century. Alpha list.

David Dodge papers, 1904-2009 (bulk 1940-1974).

Correspondence, literary papers, manuscripts, photographs, slides, home movies (8mm films), and personalia of David Dodge, Elva Dodge, and Kendal Dodge Butler. Includes extensive correspondence with Jake and Liz Stokes, friends of the Dodges in Princeton, New Jersey.

David Douglas Wemyss papers, 1797-1840.

Mainly letters by Wemyss to Sir Henry Clinton concerning military activities in Ceylon, 1803-1805. Also included are military reports and letters from Welbore Ellis Doyle, John Taylor, Sir William Henry Clinton and others.

David Douty Colton papers, circa 1863-1888.

1) Biographical sketch (with copies of his will and of portions of evidence submitted in Mrs. Colton's suit against Leland Stanford et als.); 2) A letter of condolence, Oct. 29, 1878, from A.L. Converse (brother of the miner, Converse, killed...

David E. Belch collection of ephemera concerning H.L. Mencken, circa 1920-1990.

Includes articles, clippings and scrapbook, bibliography, bookplates, booksellers catalogs, photograph reproductions of Mencken, items found in books, and other ephemera concerning Mencken. Includes materials from the 100th anniversary celebration of Mencken's birth at the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore,...

David E. Belch collection of Playboy ephemera, circa 1964-1992.

Mailers, flyers, clippings from or relating to Playboy magazine and its enterprises including the Playboy Club; parody issues of Playboy; miscellaneous Playboy publications; miscellaneous issues of other periodicals; and two Playboy cigarette lighters. Also includes materials related to a lawsuit...

David E. Bigelow papers, 1903-1929.

Includes letters from Herbert C. Hoover, and clippings of letters to newspaper editors written by Bigelow.

David E. Feller and Arthur J. Goldberg collection of Supreme Court briefs [collection]

A collection of reprints of briefs filed with the U.S. Supreme Court by David E. Feller and/or Arthur J. Goldberg. Some briefs have been bound into volumes in chronological order. Most are from the period 1948-1966.

David E. Feller collection.


David E. Wilson letters, 1849-1855.

Includes thirty-two letters written by Wilson chiefly to his mother, Rachel Wilson, in Maryland and brother (Bill?) concerning his travels and mining ventures. One of these letters concerns his experiences in Panama and, after sailing on the bark Equator, another...

David (Edward E.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

Edward E. David served in the Nixon Administration as Science Advisor to the President, Director of the Office of Science and Technology, Chairman of the Federal Council for Science and Technology, and Chairman of the President’s Science Advisory Committee. These...

David F. Myrick album, [ca. 1930]

Samples of drafts and vouchers used by the Southern Pacific and Northwestern Pacific Companies, and other railway and steamship lines in the West and in Mexico.

David (F. N.) papers

Documents mainly the professional life of F.N. David, although a scattering of personal items is included. Personal papers include notes and drawings from university course work, a high school autograph book, and some correspondence. Professional papers include curriculum vitae, writings,...

David G. Farragut photo engraving, 1801-1870

(1801-1870). One photoengraving. [Oversize boxed].

David G. Farragut printed address, circa 1801-1870

Printed address, memorializing Civil War admiral Farragut.

David Graham Phillips letters, circa 1911.

Assembled from various sources.

David Greenhood correspondence : with Adolph E. Anderson, 1958-1970.

The two friends discuss their lives, their writing, and philosophical issues. Occasional reference is made to contemporary authors, including mutual friend Witter Bynner. Also included is a snapshot of Anderson and his wife.

David Hammond Vinton correspondence, 1849.

Written as Major in the Quartermaster Corps in California, describing effect of discovery of gold on economy and events relating to his duties.

David Harold Sloan papers, 1925-1983.

Contains biographical material, correspondence, lecture and research notes. Also includes research articles on x-ray generators.

David Henderson collection on Jimi Hendrix and Bob Kaufman, 1957-1991.

The collection consists of materials compiled by Henderson in the course of researching and writing his biography of Jimi Hendrix, "Jimi Hendrix : Voodoo Child of the Aquarian Age" (1978). There are drafts, research notes, correspondence, and interviews conducted by...

David Hewes Collection, 1850-1913.

Correspondence and manuscript narrative of the life of David Hewes

David Hewes letters to his mother, Ruthe Tapley Hewes, 1847-1850.

Concerning his journey to California via Panama in 1850 and describing San Francisco and Sacramento, his experience as storekeeper and property owner in Sacramento, and his experiences as a miner in the gold fields.

David Hewes receipts, 1869 April 19-May 4.

Photograph of receipt for the finishing and engraving of 2 gold spikes, bought of Schultz & Fischer & Mohrig, San Francisco, May 4, 1869; original receipt on D. Hewes bill-head for a roan horse, saddle and bridle, dated April 19,...

David Hilbert bound volume, 1905-1916

(1862-1943). Bound volume, holographic writing in German, entitled "Mechanik," lectures of German mathematician David Hilbert, while he was at the University of Göttingen, 1905-1906. Alpha list.

David Hunter (General) and Charles G. Halpine speech, 1862 July 4

Oration delivered to the 1st South Carolina Volunteers, at Middlesex Center, 4 July 1862.

[David J. Gilman antiwar protest photographs].

Photographs documenting San Francisco protests against the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the Iraq War. Most were photographed in Dolores Park. Images may related to a group called the Gandhi Peace Brigade that used a ten foot Gandhi puppet to...

David J. Rogers letters, from French Gulch, Calif. to T. S. and Sarah J. McFarland, 1855-1857.

Describes his experiences mining and life in French Gulch, Shasta county, California.

David J. West pocket diaries : ms. S, 1852-1912.

Brief daily record in several types of pocket diaries. Volume for 1902 missing. V. 1-2 records life in Illinois; v. 3 contains record of trip to California via the Isthmus of Panama; v. 4-5, odd jobs in California and return...

David Jackson Staples recollections : and biographical material, [ca. 1880-1890].

Notes on overland journey, 1849, with Boston and Newton Joint Stock Company; ranch life in the San Joaquin Valley; the Republican Party; Fireman's Fund Insurance Co.; association with James Lick; Mrs. Staples' activities. A characterization by B.B. Redding included.

David Jenkins letters : Murphys, Calif., to his family in Wales, ALS and translations, 1857 Apr. 29-Sept. 30.

Six letters written while working in the high Sierras. Jenkins hopes to be paid in full for his labors so he may return home to his wife and children in Wales. Discusses the giant sequoias and lost kin.

David Kherdian collection of William Saroyan, 1937-1969.

Box 1: Miscellaneous letters to Kherdian re Saroyan, 1969-1981; postcard from Saroyan to Dan Burne Jones; photocopy of letter from Saroyan to Martha Foley; 7 letters from Saroyan to Mihran Saroyan, 1950-1953; 15 notes and letters from Saroyan to David...

David Kherdian papers, 1966-1983.

Contains letters by David Kherdian to James L. Henry; letters about him; clippings; and oversize items (galley, poster, broadside, etc.).

David Kheridian items, circa 1970s

Four items, ca. 1970s, from or by American poet David Kheridian, including one letter (TLS), mimeographed poetry magazine: Mary Fisk School Poetry, flyer, and wedding invitation. Alpha list.

[David L. Dunlap cartes des visites photo album with many San Francisco residents].

Album of friends, family, or associates of David Dunlap of San Francisco, who married Julia A. Lyons in 1869. Numerous identified portraits, including John Hittell, Sumner Bugbee, Will Bosqui, David Lyons, B.C. Horn, Ransome Sanford, Leroy Harvey, Walter C. Campbell,...

David L. Gardiner letters : California, to his family : ALS, 1849-1850.

Contains 28 letters to his mother, Juliana Gardiner, his brother Alexander Gardiner and two to his brother-in-law, former President John Tyler. The letters describe his journey from New York across Mexico to the gold fields of California in 1849; life...

David L. Kingsbaker correspondence, 1950-1978 (bulk 1962-1971).

Box 1 located at Annex 2. Inquire at Special Collections for access.

David L. Landes papers, approximately 1937-2000.

Contains his correspondence, writings, and records concerning the Disabled International Support Effort (DISE), including correspondence, business records, flyers, posters, articles, and trip plans to Cuba and Nicaragua.

The David Lavender - Fort Laramie Collection, [ca. 1970s - 1980s].

The collection includes research files used in writing "Fort Laramie and the Changing Frontier (Official National Park Handbook, 1983), correspondence, diaries, and treaties.

David Lavender typescript, 1980s

Typescript of article by Lavender, "How Historical Can a Historical Novel Be?" along with signed copy of the 1982 issue of Soundings, describing Lavender's appointment as William Wyles Collection consultant, and including a bibliography of Lavender's publications. .02 linear feet...

David Lieber School of Graduate Studies, Academic Departments and Schools, University Archives (Institutional Records)

The records in this series contain materials related to the David Lieber School of Graduate Studies. Series include the Graduate MBA Management Program. Subseries include Catalogs, Publications, the MBA Newsletter, News Releases, News Clippings, and Degree Programs.

David Littlejohn papers, 1952-2001.

Contains personal diaries, reviews, transcripts of television programs, drafts for published articles, and course notes.

David (Mack) papers

This collection contains the papers of American songwriter and lyricist Mack David (1912-1993). Materials include approximately 550 pieces of sheet music dating from 1924; screenplays and miscellaneous material including budgets, correspondence, contracts, and advertising brochures relating to several films. Along...

David Marvin oral history interview

This collection comprises one videotape with accompanying transcript of an oral history interview with David Marvin conducted by the Holocaust Oral History Project on November 20, 1995.

David Meltzer correspondence and typescripts, 1963-1971.

Contains mostly letters and typescripts sent to Meltzer's editor, Brian Kirby. Also includes 3 letters sent to Meltzer by avante-garde filmmaker, Stan Brakhage, and 1 letter on Totem Press letterhead stationery from LeRoi Jones [i.e. Amiri Baraka].

David Michael Bronstein papers and photographs, 1911-1962.

The collection contains: marriage documents; photographs, including some of the Oakland Chapter of the Workmen's Circle (1928 and 1931); biographical materials; testimonials to Riva Bronstein; newspaper clippings; and a copy of a history of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Berkeley...

David Miller papers, 1930-1938.

The collection contains copies of Miller's books "The Secret of the Jew" and "The Secret of Happiness." In addition, the collection contains plans and drawings for a mikvah (ritual bath); fliers; photographs; and correspondence, including an admonishment letter from Rabbi...

David Myrick collection, 1965-1995

The collection contains several maps prepared for publications of David Myrick, on western railroad history, ghost towns, and San Francisco.

David P. Barrows photograph collection [graphic].

.014 (rehoused into 2 boxes; album covers retained and stored separately): mainly The Philippines, showing native peoples, etc. -- .015: Zamboanga, Mindanao, 1903. -- .016: Philippines, mainly uncaptioned -- .017: Sudan, 1922-1923. -- .018: China and Japan, uncaptioned.

David P. Flory collection of San Francisco earthquake and fire views [graphic].

Collection contains snapshot photographic prints taken in San Francisco -- perhaps by David P. Flory -- following the earthquake and fire of 1906. The views show earthquake and fire damage, relief efforts, and reconstruction. Among the buildings pictured are City...

David P. Gonzales Collection

The collection documents the 1981 founding and early years of Gay and Lesbian Latinos Unidos (GLLU), the first major Queer Latinx organization in the Los Angeles area. Materials include issues of the GLLU newsletter, as well as papers related to...

David Partridge collection, circa 1950-1964

Correspondence, documents and related materials, re Kenya. Alpha list.

[David Paul Bayles photograph archive].

First installment of photographer's archive includes selected digital prints from 3 bodies of work: Sap in their veins, Inspiration, and Fallen tree (alternatively titled Falling tree). Sap in their veins (AX box 1), taken 1987-1988 and 2004, contains chiefly portraits...

David Paul Elder papers, 1909-1947.

Materials relating to his career as publisher and bookseller in San Francisco.

David (Philippe) papers and photograph album

This archive contains Philippe David's files during most of the period he served in Syria and Lebanon, and covers the early period leading up to the French Mandate from the League of Nations through the war period up until his...

David R. Dixon papers, circa 1980s

Vitae, Notes on Transpersonal Psychology; Misc. Unpublished Papers; Underground Magazine, Vols 1-4 [writing as z. Dee]

David Rein files, approximately 1940-1949.

Contains United States Department of State information and FBI reports about David Rein.

David Robertson Mount Talalpais Literary and Artistic Associations Collection

Papers, photographs, research notes, and recorded interviews created by David Robertson, Ph.D., professor of English at University of California, Davis, on references to Mount Tamalpais in literature and art. Collection also includes a book, Real Matter, a book of essays...

David Robinson papers, 1936-1964.

The collection consists of Robinson's speeches, many of which reveal his interest in intergroup relations, anti-semitism, and war and peace; some files on the various organizations and individuals with which Robinson was associated, including Oregon's Americanism Coordinating Committee, the American...

David Rynin papers, 1948-1963.

Consists of materials relating to academic freedom including letters written and received by Rynin and a manuscript draft of a paper entitled, "Laws of Nature, Positivism and Professor Whitehead."

David S. Hyde letters : Sacramento, Calif, to Emmett Hyde : ALS, 1852-1861.

In 27 letters to his brother Emmett and family (New York state) D.S. "Salvo" Hyde writes of his successful provisions business, financial details of the trade, and arrangements for ordering goods from the east. Other topics are Sacramento fires, heavy...

David S. Lavender letter, 1957

One letter (ALS) from Harold S. Edwards (Marysville, CA, 5 June 1957, thanking Lavender for introducing his son to the Concord Philosophers, along with a leaf from a scrapbook with clippings about the Concord School of Philosophy and Henry D....

David S. Parker scrapbooks, 1963-1965, 1971-1975.

Contains press coverage of Parker and the Panama Canal Company.

David Schaff papers, 1965-1978.

Collection relates to David Schaff's periodical Cassiopeia, which became Ephemeris. Consists of correspondence to Schaff from literary figures active in the Bay Area and elsewhere including Robin Blaser, David Bromige, David Cole, Joanne Kyger, Stan Persky, Jack Spicer, and George...

David Schaff poetry and correspondence relating to the publication of Cassiopeia and Ephemeris, 1964-1974.

Collection contains proofs, drafts, and submissions for Schaff's poetry journals Cassiopeia and Ephemeris, as well as business correspondence from authors, artists, and publishers. Also contains typescripts of longer works by various authors. Includes poetry and/or letters from the following authors:...

David Shirpser papers, 1957-1961.

The collections consists primarily of a photocopy of a handwritten manuscript, titled Oakland Dec. 5th, 1931, written by Solomon Shirpser, which recounts memories and experiences of his step-father, David Shirpser; David's decision to go to Alaska and his adventures there;...

David Simons Sierra Club papers, 1937-1961.

Papers relating to David Simons's involvement in the Sierra Club.

David Somerville papers, 1909.

Quit-claim to land in Silver City, by John B. Weymouth. Weiser, Idaho (1. l., 28 cm.) and Notice of Location of Dam Site on Jordan Creek, for use as ice pond (2 l., 33 cm).

David Spence land claim letter, 1853.

Letter dated January 11, 1853 from David Spence to attorney James Wilson detaling Spence's claim to Rancho Encinal y Buena Esperanza.

David Stacton letters to James Workman, 1961-1967.

Seventeen typescript letters, with some pen-and-ink edits and comments, addressed by David Stacton from a variety of locations in Europe and the United States to his friend, James Workman. The letters, dated February 19, 1961-August 15, 1967, contain Stackton's wry...

David Stacton papers : additions, 1944-1992 (bulk 1950-1970).

The David Stacton Papers : Additions, 1944-1992, include correspondence, drafts, and notes. Correspondence to and from Stacton dates from 1960 to his death in 1968; also present are letters among his friends after his death, including some concerning posthumous copyright...

David Stacton papers, 1959-1982 (bulk 1959-1963).

Include letters by Stacton (1959-1963), one containing a bibliography; manuscript of his essay on J.P. Marquand, The Absence of Tragedy; typescript copies of two poems. Also includes correspondence of Albert Sperisen with various publishers seeking bibliographical information on Stacton (1961)...

David Stacton portraits.

Title supplied by cataloger.

David Stacton scrapbooks, 1954-1965.

Six volumes containing clippings of reviews of his books; dust jackets; snapshots and photographs; tearsheets of a few of his short stories.

David Starr Jordan clippings, 1906, circa 1931

Clippings, ca. 1931, about Jordan, Stanford University's first president, and other Stanford ephemera, including three picture postcards of 1906 earthquake damage. Alpha list.

David Starr Jordan papers, 1900-1925.

Originals and photocopies, assembled from various sources. Include letters to Charles Fletcher Lummis and Milicent W. Shinn; draft of a speech; typescript of a poem.

David Stronach papers, approximately 1985-1992.

Includes field notes and drawings, correspondence, reports, and site maps related to Stronach's research in the Middle East.

David Susskind Show tapes

This collection consists of 2" broadcast quadruplex magnetic tapes and 16mm broadcast kinescope film reels of The David Susskind Show and other television programs produced by Susskind and his production company, Talent Associates, Ltd. The majority of materials are episodes...

David Swedlow Concert Recordings

This collection is composed of concert recordings made by David Swedlow at Philharmonic Auditorium, the Hollywood Bowl, and other venues between 1953 and 1960. Recordings comprise both the Winter and Summer seasons of the Los Angeles Philharmonic during this period,...

David Thompson reports on his explorations in the Pacific Northwest, 1807,1813.

V. 1. Copy of a typed transcript of Thompson's "Narrative of the Expedition to the Kootenae--Flat Bow Indian Countries, on the Sources of the Columbia River, Pacific Ocean, by D. Thompson on behalf of the N.W. Company 1807" (25 leaves)....

David W. Lozier Papers

This collection contains personal papers of David W. Lozier, a retired NASA Ames Research Center computer programmer, engineer, and flight director. This includes personal scrapbooks, recollections, materials related to Pioneer Project missions, Lunar Prospector mission papers, project documents for multiple...

David Warren Ryder Archive, 1892-1975.

Business histories, historic research and drafts, autobiographical materials, correspondence, diaries.

David Warren Ryder collection of George Sterling and Clark Ashton Smith : and other material, 1925-1966 (bulk 1925-1940).

Contains handwritten, typescript, correspondence, prose, and poems by George Sterling and Clark Ashton Smith sent to David Warren Ryder. George Sterling materials include two copies of a three page prose piece, handwritten and typescript, about Robinson Jeffers, titled, "A Tower...

David Weeks papers

Papers of David Weeks, agricultural economist and University of California, Berkeley faculty member.

David Weeks photograph collection [graphic].

Photographs from projects during his career as a land use expert. Bulk of negatives and photoprints appear to be from his time in Bolivia (1926), with a few Bolivia views dated 1946. Some slides date from Weeks' period in China...

David Wessel papers, approximately 1965-1914.

6 cartons, 1 oversize box; professional papers of researcher, performer and composer David Wessel. Comprises professional files, correspondence, research and writings from his work at the Institute for Research and Coordination in Acoustic Music (Paris, France) and as the first...

David Wilder diary : ms., 1863 Sept. - 1864 Nov.

A record of his social life in San Francisco, theaters and concerts attended, activities at the Olympic Club, etc. Many newspaper clippings and programs pasted in.

David William Davies research notes and transcripts.

Include notes on Phineas Banning, article on Sutro Tunnel, and transcripts, mainly from the National Archives, concerning various land grants: Los Cerritos, San Pedro, Santa Gertrudis and others.

Davidson (Della) Papers

Materials related to Davidson’s teaching at UC Davis and California State University, Long Beach.

Davidson (Donald C.) papers

The collection contains research files (notes, articles, clippings), bibliography cards, and picture postcards, mainly relating to concepts of time throughout history and among various cultures. Donald C. Davidson was University Librarian at UCSB for many years (1947-1977) and the collection...

Davidson (Donald) Papers

The Donald Davidson Papers, 1935-2003, consist of the correspondence, course notes, writings, professional and administrative records, and research files of Donald Davidson, a world-renowned philosopher who served as a faculty member in the Department of Philosophy at the University of...

Davidson (Eugene) Collection

Books and papers of an historian and editor of Yale University Press, primarily relating to 20th century German history, including the Weimar Republic, Third Reich, Holocaust, Nuremberg trials, international war tribunals, and the Cold War period.

Davidson Family papers

The Davidson Family papers include photographs taken and correspondence written during Ethel Helena Davidson's time as an American Expeditionary Force nurse in France during World War I and Frederick Arthur Davidson's time in the United States Army between the...

Davidson, George Miscellaneous pictorial items from the George Davidson papers.

Includes views of geographical features, especially of Davidson Glacier, Alaska, and scenes in Washington, Oregon, California, British Columbia, Nevada, and Louisiana. Images of vessels; Indians of British Columbia and their fishing houses, fish drying racks, etc.; forts; churches; and camps...

Davidson (George) Papers

Letters, including family correspondence; diaries; personalia; financial papers; manuscripts of his writings and speeches; notebooks; lecture notes; computations and drawings; subject files; photographs; reports; sketches; maps; clippings. Service with the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Service and with various commissions, governmental...

Davidson (Gordon) papers

Collection consists of material related to the career of theatrical producer and director Gordon Davidson....

Davidson (Jay) Papers

The collection includes a strip of the rainbow flag from the 25th anniversary of Stonewall parade in New York City in 1994, sponsored by the Stadtlanders Foundation. There are also 2 photographs of the flag and ephemera. The donor, Jay...

Davidson (John) musical arrangements

This collection consists of musical arrangements performed by John Davidson in a variety of contexts, including night clubs, television shows, and recording studios.

Davidson (Jon W.) Papers

Correspondence, notes, intake logs, flyers and other material, 1985-1995, of Jon W. Davidson, former senior staff counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California. As former head of the Lesbian and Gay Rights Project of the ACLU...

Davidson (Julius Ralph) papers

The Julius Ralph Davidson papers span 23 linear feet and date from 1904 to 1977. The collection is comprised of correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, ephemera, black-and-white photographs, architectural drawings and reprographic copies, sketches of furniture designs, awards, administrative records such as...

Davidson (Michael) Papers

Correspondence of Michael Davidson, poet, Professor Emeritus of American literature, and first curator of the Archive for New Poetry at the UC San Diego Library.

Davidson (Norman) Papers

The papers include correspondence and files on publishing, research grants, professional organizations such as the American Chemical Society and the National Academy of Sciences. The collection contains also files on the Caltech Institute of Technology faculty committees, the Gates Chemical...

Davidson (Tom) drawings of apartment complex

The Tom Davidson drawings of a five unit apartment for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Davidson in Los Angeles consist of ground and second floor plans, and general notes and specifications, all on one sheet of paper. Drawing is dated August...

Davidson, Wes (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains V-mail written by Sgt. Wes Davidson, USA to his sweetheart Peggy Smith during the Second World War.

Davies (Darlene Gould) Collection

The consists of documents, materials, and ephemera from the Old Globe Theatre as well as personal files and materials collected during her active career in the San Diego community. It contains correspondence, meeting minutes, article clippings, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, journals,...

Davies (David W.) Correspondence

This collection primarily contains personal correspondence sent by David William Davies (1908-1984) to his wife, Thelma Davies, while working as a librarian and serving in the United States Army Corps during World War II.

Davies (Donna C.) Welsh American collection

A collection of Welsh Society of San Francisco records, Welsh-American Society records, British Benevolent Society records, St. David's Presbyterian Church San Francisco records, and Welsh Presbyterian Church of Oakland records

Davies (E. Alfred) diary

Relates to the evacuation of the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia from Omsk to Irkutsk, September 4-October 4, 1919.

Davies (Edwin G.) Papers

The Edwin G. Davies Papers (1918-1926) includes 5 photographs, 2 tintypes, certificates, and diplomas.

Davies (John and Lois) Collection of Monterey Jazz Festival Posters

The John and Lois Davies Collection of Monterey Jazz Festival Posters consists of four (4) dry mounted Monterey Jazz Festival posters dating from 1980, 1982, 1983, and 1987 from the estate of John (Jack) and Lois Davies.

Davies (John L.) collection on the Panama Canal

The collection consists of a scrapbook compiled by John L. Davies, a steam shovel operator who worked on the construction of the Panama Canal for six years. The scrapbooks contains photographs of the construction of the Panama Canal, along with...

Davies (Joseph) Edward letters

Two letters, relating to American-Soviet relations. Includes clippings about Davies, and an autographed copy of his book, Mission to Moscow.

Davies (Lowell) Papers

The Lowell Davies Papers consist of correspondence, organizational documents, architectural records, financial records, meeting minutes, committee reports, programs, publications, newspaper and magazine clippings, publicity announcement, and photographs. The collection measures 7.5 linear feet and spans the period from 1911 to...

Davies (Margaret G.) Papers

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Davies (Marion) estate papers

The papers consist of accounting and financial information for most of Davies's later films and correspondence files from the 1950s. There is also information about Davies's business dealings, as well as her relationship with the Hearst organization after Hearst's death....

Davies (Marion) Scrapbooks

Ten scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings about the following Davies films: Beverly of Graustark, Buddies, The Fair Co-Ed, Lights of Broadway, Little Old New York, The Patsy, Quality Street, Tillie the Toiler, When Knighthood was in Flower, Yolanda, and Zander the...

Davies (Richard T.) papers

Speeches and writings, interview transcripts, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American foreign policy and especially to relations between the United States and Poland.

Davies (Valentine) papers

The collection includes script material for nearly all of the films written by Davies, as well as material on his plays. Nine scrapbooks document Davies's career from 1931 to 1957.

Davies, Wilfred collection

The collection consists of drawings for both residential and commercial building in the South Bay and Peninsula areas....

Davis & Brothers Ledger

This ledger gives evidence of both farming and commercial usage. It contains some reference to crops planted and produce sold, but it also consists of daybook records of sales to local farmers of such commodities as sugar, whiskey, tobacco, saleratus,...

Davis & Byler letterbooks : ms., 1904-1916.

Letterpress copy books for the surveying firm, Goldfield, Nevada, of Lee W. Davis and E.A. Byler. Many letters signed by Byler as a U.S. Mineral Surveyor, Nevada, included.

Davis (Angela) Academic Freedom Case & Trial and Defense Movement Materials

This collection holds 1 box which chronicles Angela Davis’ academic freedom case from the viewpoint of academia, and the Davis trial from the viewpoint of the movement to free her. The 2nd box holds press clippings from a variety...

Davis (Angela) "Freiheit für Angela Davis" ephemera collection, 1971-1972

Materials include correspondence from the East German "Freiheit für Angela Davis" Campaign, 1971-1972. Archive of approximately 90 items, chiefly signed postcard petitions, including 13 letters and broadsides, single pages and folded many with original illustrations and envelopes, addressed to Judge...

Davis (Angela) Materials, 1970-1972

Angela Yvonne Davis (born January 26, 1944) is an American political activist, scholar, and author. She emerged as a nationally prominent counterculture activist and radical in the 1960s as a leader of the Communist Party USA. In 1970 she became...

Davis (Benjamin B.) papers

Correspondence, writings, diary, reports, pamphlets, postcards, and photographs, relating to American Red Cross activities in Siberia, primarily in Vladivostok.

Davis Boy Scout Troop No. 1 Photograph Album

The Photograph album is a collection of 79 Gelatin DOP black and white photographs of the members of Davis Boy Scout Troop No. 1 and its activities from 1922 to 1927. Photographs show the activities of the Boy Scout troop...

Davis (Calif.) Land Records Collection

The Davis (Calif.) Land Records Collection contains abstracts of titles for ownership of Davis, California land from 1883-1923.

Davis Campus History Collection

The collection includes a wide variety of publications, ephemera, photographs, reports, ledgers, and timebooks that reflect the history of the Davis campus from its days as the University Farm School to the present.

Davis, Cecil. Scrapbooks of photographs published in the Berkeley Gazette.

Mainly clippings of society photographs, including many weddings.

Davis Comic Opera Company Records

The Davis Comic Opera Company was a theater group active in Davis, California, from 1973-2006, specializing in Gilbert & Sullivan works and other comic operas. The collection includes photographs, slides, scrapbooks, flyers, theater programs, video recordings, clippings, and one plexiglass...

Davis (Coralee Burson) Collection

The collection includes a scrapbook, a photograph and a campus periodical.

Davis (Darius Alton) papers

Correspondence, reports, diaries, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to charitable war work of the Young Men's Christian associations, especially with servicemen, prisoners of war and refugees in Europe during and after World Wars I and II.

Davis, Darryl L. Art Collection

Collection contains 11 pieces of two-dimensional art depicting both figures and events in the African American history of Sacramento, California.

Davis (David R.) Papers

Davis was closely associated with aircraft development through the early part of the 20th century. He, together with Donald Douglas, formed the Davis Douglas Aircraft Company (much later to become McDonnell-Douglas), and formulated and built the Cloudster, the first plane...

Davis (Dell) Blindcraft Photographs

Collection of 24 mounted black and white silver gelatin photographs taken by Dell Davis between 1976 and 1983 of Blindcraft workers in the Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired in San Francisco, California. The photographs depict workers crafting brooms...

Davis (Donald E.) collection

Reports, writings, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to Young Men's Christian Association work in Russia during the Russian Revolution and subsequently among Russian émigrés, especially in France; to Russian émigré religion, education and culture; US-Russia relations; and to the ecumenical...

Davis (Douglas Dewitt) Papers

Papers cover Davis' administrative career at Stanford, focusing on counseling and student residences. Includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, and general material.

Davis Downtown COVID-19 Community Art Project

In April of 2020, the Davis Downtown Business Association (DDBA) formed an art subcommittee to launch and facilitate a communal art project that would focus on how individuals and families were coping with the COVID-19 pandemic and shelter-in-place mandate. The...

Davis (Dulce Balado Ashe) Memoir

This file contains two copies of a typed reminiscence of Dulce Bolado Ashe Davis, who was of Spanish decent. The 22 page manuscript is dated 1923 and states that it was "copied from a typed ms in possession of Mr....

Davis (Eddie) West Coast East Side Sound archives

This collection contains papers, publications, audio and video files, as well as scrapbooks that document the history of Rampart Records and multicultural rock and roll bands in the Los Angeles area. As an ongoing collection owner, Hector Gonzalez continues to...

Davis (Edward Cox) Collection

Collection of materials related to composer Edward Cox Davis (1818-1911) and his 1865 composition "Lincoln's Funeral March."

Davis (Edward H.) Collection

Images in this collection pertain to Edward H. Davis’ work as a field collector for the Museum of the American Indian and life as a rancher and lodge owner in Mesa Grande, California.

Davis (Edward H.) Collection

Collection contains Edward H. Davis' 62 notebooks and pages of field notes as well as drafts of many articles he wrote for publication.

Davis (E.L.) Collection

Professional papers of archaeologist and curator Emma Lou Davis (1905-1988), including excavation notes, correspondence, and aerial photographs.

Davis (Elias) television scripts

This collection includes the scripts and episode treatments of American television writer and producer Elias Davis.

Davis (Elizabeth G.) papers

Elizabeth Gould Davis was an American lesbian librarian and author who wrote the feminist text The First Sex. Her unpublished follow up manuscript for The Female Principle is contained within this collection.

Davis (Elmer Holmes) sound recording

Relates to the outbreak of World War II. Includes sound recordings of radio addresses by leaders of the belligerent nations.

Davis, F. B. Diary, 1863.

Holograph diary of F.B. Davis, a Union sailor who served on the USS Quaker City. The first dated entry is for Jan. 1, 1863; the last is Dec. 31, 1863. His diary begins at his home in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. In...

Davis Family Correspondence

Papers belonging to the Davis family originally of Tennessee. Hiram Davis crossed the plains in 1849 for California.

Davis Family Papers

Family correspondence, photographs, account books and date books of the Davis family of Fair Oaks, California.

Davis family World War I and World War II miscellany, 1917-1942.

Folder includes order for Anthony H. Davis to report for duty; postcard addressed to Mary C. Davis reporting his safe arrival overseas; ration books for Amelia and Lee Davis, Oakland, Calif., dated 1942; and letters from James A. Davis to...

Davis Feminist Film Festival Collection

Planning materials, publicity, programs, and DVDs from the Davis Feminist Film Festival.

Davis Food Co-op Records

The Davis Food Co-op was founded in 1972 by Davis, California residents and UC Davis students. The collection includes brochures, flyers, articles of incorporation, and materials related to cooperatives and small farms. Collection also includes a Rolodex file of quick...

Davis (Frank Chester) Family Photographs

Collection of photographs of F. Chester Davis, Stella Eitzer, and their family, including a small series of images of the Muirson Label Company of San Jose, California.

Davis (George T.) Papers

Consists of some biographical material, including manuscript drafts of an autobiography; case files, including files on Tom Mooney, Caryl Chessman, and James Bakker, among others; some speeches and writings; subject files; clippings, including scrapbooks of clippings relating to Davis' cases;...

Davis (Grace Montanez) Papers

Grace Montanez Davis became politically active in the early 1950s, when she became involved with the Community Service Organization (CSO), a broad-based service organization founded in 1947 by Edward Roybal, Fred Ross, and Saul Alinsky. In 1967 she campaigned for...

Davis (Grace) Photograph Albums Documenting Student Life

Photographs of student life at Stanford University, 1891-1905; subjects include faculty, women's dormitory, class of 1895 and individual students, fraternities, baseball team, and a trip to Lake Tahoe in 1898. Also includes an obituary for Shirley Baker, ca. 1945, a...

Davis (Henry William Carless) printed material

Relates to the British blockade during World War I.

Davis (H.L.) Papers

H.L. Davis (1884-1960) was a poet and novelist. His poetry was first published in Chicago's in 1919. In 1927, he wrote a pamphlet, , with James Stevens, attacking the literary establishment of Oregon and Washington. He also wrote novels, stories...

Davis (H.O.) Papers

The H.O. Davis Collection of material from the Panama-California Exposition of 1915 and the California Pacific International Exposition of 1935 was donated by his granddaughters, Betty Schrodt and Ruth Roberts, in 2000. Panama-California Exposition backers recognized H.O. Davis as a...

Davis (Horace) collection of Davis-Bancroft-King family papers

This collection contains the papers of California businessman and two-term U.S. Representative Horace Davis. The papers include Davis’s correspondence, manuscripts, publications, and genealogical research. They also encompass the documents of the Davis family in America from the 17th to 20th...

Davis (Horace) Papers

Papers include family correspondence (with a few pertaining to the Civil War United States Sanitary Commission); correspondence relating to the administration of Stanford University; and a few articles by Davis, diplomas, and pamphlets. The bulk of the papers concern Stanford...

Davis, Horace [Photographs from the Horace Davis collection of Davis-Bancroft-King family papers].

Includes 1854 half-plate daguerreotype portrait of Horace Davis taken by unknown photographer.

Davis, Horace Scrapbooks on Chinese immigration, 1877-1893.

Vols. 1-5: clippings covering the period 1877-1893; Vols. 6-8: extracts from published sources and misc. notes on Chinese immigration.

Davis (H.P.) Papers on Haiti

Harold Palmer Davis (1878-1962), who served as Secretary of the American Chamber of Commerce for Haiti, was the author of and . The majority of this small collection contains Davis' writings about Haiti including a memorandum with his thoughts on...

Davis (Jack) Photograph Collection

The Jack Davis Photograph Collection primarily consists of images of individuals, social and business groups' activities, and significant personal or social events of the predominantly Black community of Los Angeles, particularly South Los Angeles, from the 1950s to the 1980s....

Davis (James W. "Jim") papers on Starr Ranch

A collection of research files, photographs, correspondence, legal documents and newspaper clippings collected by James W. "Jim" Davis, Sr. detailing the sale, development and conservation of the Eugene Grant Starr Ranch.

Davis (Jennie C.) Collection

This collection includes copies of some of Jennie C. Davis' correspondence and poems, as well as copies of photographs and some biographical material. Correspondence is dated 1893-1908, and includes letters sent to Davis from Charles F. Lummis, Maynard Dixon, Jack...

Davis (Jennie Cook) Papers

This collection contains the papers of California writer Jennie C. Davis (1851-1946), chiefly dating from 1917 to 1942 and including manuscripts of her work, a draft of her autobiography, and correspondence, chiefly from Davis to her eldest daughter, as well...

Davis (Jerome C.) Collection

Business papers, certificates, correspondence, legal papers, printed materials....

Davis Jerry

Contains Davis' files, mainly as staff attorney for the San Francisco Human Rights Commission (HRC), on the Family Policy Task Force and AIDS.

Davis (J.M.) Correspondence

Collection conisists of a personal note from Davis acknowledging "Yours just rec'd glad to learn that--you are getting a long [sic] so well and if you keep it up, you will get all right." Davis comments that he will "send...

Davis, John A. Collection

Scrapbook of retirement party for John A. Davis, Contra Costa County Chief Probation Officer.

Davis (John E.) Log of H.M.S. Samarang

This illustrated log records the travels of H.M.S. Samarang, a ship of the British Royal Navy that was engaged in surveying coastal areas of Brazil, Uruguay, Chile, Panama, and Mexico from 1831-1834.

Davis (John "Jack" C.) Papers

This collection contains files of Southern Pacific engineer Jack Davis.

Davis, John W. Papers

John W. Davis, a Sacramento architectural designer, worked for many years in partnership with local developer Jere Strizek to design and construct Sacramento's Town and Country Village shopping center and affordable homes in the Town and Country community, both located...

Davis (Joseph L.) Papers

Joseph Le Compte Davis (1864- ) was an assistant district attorney of Los Angeles county (1893-95). The collection consists of Davis' business and personal correspondence, legal materials, scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, photographs, greeting cards and other memorabilia.

Davis (Joseph S.) papers

Writings, reports, memoranda, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to American agricultural policy during the presidential administration of Herbert Hoover, the Federal Farm Board, economic conditions in Europe, and the Dawes Commission on German reparations.

Davis (Justitia) Papers

The Justitia Davis papers include scrapbooks, photographs, music and theatrical programs, newspaper clippings, artifacts, and certificates that document the life and career of actor and music teacher Justitia Davis. The papers are arranged into three series: Performing arts, Education, and...

Davis (Kathryn R.) papers

Correspondence, notes, schedules, memoranda, press releases, and photographs, relating to California state politics, the 1966 gubernatorial campaign of Ronald Reagan, his administration as governor, and the 1968 Republican National Convention. Includes notes and handwritten drafts of letters by Ronald Reagan.

Davis (Kingsley) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, statistics, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to international population changes, changes in family structure, and urbanization.

Davis (L. Clarice) Collection

L. Clarice "Cal" Davis was an art book dealer in Sherman Oaks, California. The collection consists of correspondence and sale records for "Derriere le Miroir," a collection of birthday cards sent to William Randolph Hearst by King Features Syndicate comic...

Davis L. Miller papers, 1896-1920.

Certificate of citizenship; and chattel mortgages and promissory notes to Daniel Asher.

Davis (Leonard L.) certificates of discharge

The Leonard L. Davis certificates of discharge (SAFR 227, HDC 466)are xerographic copies of documents for Merchant Seaman Leonard L. Davis from 1943-1972. The certificates were issued by the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation and the...

Davis (Lin Gilbert) Collection

Lin Gilbert Davis (b. 1942 September 15) is an LGBTQ rights activist who lived in San Francisco between 1967 and 1993. This collection includes Davis’s photographs documenting women’s and lesbian gatherings in the 1970s Bay Area and Oregon; materials related...

Davis (Loda Mae) papers

This collection includes correspondence, publications, fiction and non-fiction manuscripts, speech transcripts, photographs, videos, video logs, audio cassettes, and other material. Loda Mae Davis (1898-1989) was the first Dean of Women at the University of California, Riverside when it opened in...

Davis (Loda Mae) papers

Writings, reports, correspondence, and memoranda, relating to United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration relief in Europe at the end of World War II, and particularly to food procurement in the United States and distribution in Italy, Greece, Yugoslavia, and the...

Davis Louderback Collection, 1864-1901

Correspondence, clippings and invitations, deeds, legal materials, minutes

Davis, Lucy Rafferty Oral History

stories about grandparents, Oklahoma, Mupu school, telephone company, high school, dating, Les Davis, 1935 Plymouth, iceman, trash, heart problems, death,

Davis (Luther) papers

This collection consists of scripts and production material for the 1969 television production of Arsenic and Old Lace by writer Luther Davis (1921-2008). It includes drafts of the television script, a model of the set for the television production, reviews...

Davis (M. E.) Collection 1987.01

This collection consists of sound recordings and field notes.

Davis Motor Mine Collection

Photographs, color slides, documents, letters, maps, and mining publications surrounding the efforts of a California mining engineer and his family reopening and mining the Davis Motor Mine, a hydraulic/underground mining claim located in Sierra County, California, between the ghost town...

Davis (Ms. Bob) Papers

Ms. Bob Davis is a professor of music and sound design, as well as a composer, sound engineer, and owner of the Louise Lawrence Transgender Archive. This collection contains materials from Davis’ professional and personal life, documents from her service...

Davis, Oliver M. (travel diary and album)

This collection contains one travel diary compiled by Oliver M. Davis from June to September 1900.

Davis (Paul H.) Papers

Collection includes correspondence, articles by Davis, clippings, photographs (49 black and white prints), his Army Air Service records, and other biographical materials. A fair amount of the collection pertains to his kidnapping by Mexican bandits after crash landing his plane...

Davis (Paul H.) Photographs Documenting Stanford

Photographs documenting Stanford student life.

Davis (Pauline L.) Papers

The Pauline L. Davis Papers consist of 2.5 cubic feet of records reflecting Davis' activities during her 25-year Assembly career. The records contain Bill Files, 1961-1976; Subject Files, 1954-1976; and Committee Hearing Files, 1954-1974.

Davis (Raymond E.) papers

The collection consists of published and unpublished reports, correspondence, photographs, etc., primarily dealing with concrete testing for various dams in the U.S. and Turkey.

Davis (Richard D.) seaman's papers

The Richard D. Davis seaman's papers (SAFR 17846, HDC 393) is a collection of sixty-one certificates of discharge; one letter of commendation from President Harry Truman; one Certificate of Substantially Continuous Service in the U.S. Merchant Marine; and one withdraw...

Davis (Richard Hallock) miscellaneous papers

Lecture notes relating to Russian history, government, economics, and literature, taken at the Russian Institute at Columbia University, course syllabi, and three unidentified photographs.

Davis (Richard) Papers

Bibliographic records, clippings, correspondence, court records, fliers, government ordinances, guidelines, mass mailings, medical records, notes, pamphlets, press releases, programs, and training records of Richard Davis, 1961-2012. The papers document Rick Davis' gay political activism in Minnesota in the 1970s, including...

Davis (Robert E.) reports

Relates to the work of the American Red Cross, and the political and military situation in South Russia, 1917-1919. Addressed to Colonel Robert E. Olds, American Red Cross commissioner to Europe.

Davis (Ronald G.) Papers

The Ronald G. Davis Papers consist of rare items relating to the San Francisco Mime Troupe's early period (1960-1970). These materials contain audio tapes, financial records, general office files, legal records, photographs, production files, promotional material, published material, scrapbooks, and...

Davis (Rosella Amelia) collection

Miscellanea, including alien registration certificates, residence certificates, alien registration fee receipts, and passes, used during the Japanese occupation of the Philippines.

Davis (Roy Loomer) papers

Diaries, letters, and photographs, relating to the American military ambulance service in France during World War I. Includes transcripts.

Davis (Russell G.) papers

Studies, reports, statistics, and memoranda, relating to education and economic development in underdeveloped countries.

Davis (Ruth) exam blue books

2 exam blue books belonging to Smith College student Ruth Davis.

Davis (Sam) Collection, 1967-2006

The Sam Davis Collection is comprised of material based primarily on his professional career.

Davis (Senator Ed) Collection

Ed Davis was appointed Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department in 1969. He was elected State Senator in 1980 for California's 19th District, and re-elected again in 1984. This small collection of primarily published material contains correspondence, mailings, newspaper...

Davis (Spencer Edward) papers

News dispatches, notes, correspondence, press releases, testimony, clippings, serial issues, other printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to American military operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, the Vietnamese War, political and economic conditions in Asia and...

Davis (Susie) Early 1980's Bay Area Music Collection

In 1983 Susie Davis hosted a radio program titled, "Sudden Exposure" on KTIM-FM. The radio show featured unsigned San Francisco Bay Area bands. This collection is comprised of recordings of her radio show and demo recordings and/or small run independent...

Davis (Walter Halsey) screenplay and television script collection

Screenplay and television script library of American screenwriter and producer Walter Halsey Davis, active between the 1970s and 2000s.

Davis (William H.) Copies of Manuscripts Holdings in the Calif. State Library, Sacramento

William Heath Davis (1822-1909) was a merchant in San Francisco, a real estate developer in San Diego, and an author. The collection consists of 2 reels of 35mm. positive microfilm of correspondence and other material related to Davis' business in...

Davis (William H.) Papers

Created or collected by William Heath Davis between the years 1838 to 1871, the collection consists of correspondence, bills, receipts, checks, and two account books documenting Davis' business activities as an employee of California merchant Nathan Spear; supercargo aboard the...

Davis (William H.) Papers

William Heath Davis (1822-1909) was born in Hawaii. He learned merchandizing from his uncle Nathan Spear. Davis was also a real estate developer and an author. The collection consists of correspondence, legal papers, accounts, bills, business records, cash and cargo...

Davis (William Heath) Collection

This collection consists of correspondence, financial documents, and other archival material related to the people mentioned in William Heath Davis's book, , published in 1889. Many of the correspondence are addressed to Edward H. Davis or Guillermo Davis....

Davis (William Heath) Letters

This file contains two letters written by William Heath Davis. One of the letters is type-written and the other is hand-written. The first typed letter is dated April 10th, 1893 and is addressed to a Mrs. Anita Cooper Wohler and...

Davis (William Heath) Papers

The collection of American businessman and author William Heath Davis. The collection includes correspondence, bills, receipts, documents, and printed material; also included is material related to Davis' book on early California.

Davis, William J. Berkeley Big Brother project: a specialized program in juvenile guidance.

Description of the program in 1961 with some historical figures.

Davis (Winfield) Papers

The collection consists of scrapbooks of indexes to articles in periodicals, articles, and manuscripts (in 44 volumes) related to the life and career of Winfield J. Davis, California politician and writer.

Davis (Zachary) collection of West Coast punk ephemera

The Zachary Davis collection of West Coast punk ephemera consists of concert fliers and tickets, political pamphlets, promotional material for punk music-related merchandise, drawings, and zines documenting the punk subculture on the West Coast (mostly California) of the United States...

Davison (Frank and Diane) Home Movie Collection

The Frank and Diane Davison Home Movie Collection consists of 23 color and b&w, 8mm home movies documenting the family life of the Davison family during the 1960s. The home movies include 63 minutes of footage of the family camping,...

Davison (Jon) papers

The Jon Davison papers span the years 1970-1987 (bulk 1981-1987) and encompass 2 linear feet. The collection contains production files related to WHITE DOG (1982) and ROBOCOP (1987) which primarily consist of script notes, storyboards, and memoranda. Of interest are...

Davison (William "Vic") Papers

Documents relating to the career of Southern Pacific locomotive engineer William "Vic" Davidson.

Davisville 1905: The Year the Town Woke Up Exhibit Materials

The exhibit consists of images of both scenes and documents from the early 1900s, with the focus on the towns effort to secure the University Farm site for Davisville, CA (now Davis, CA). Reproductions of columns from the Davisville Enterprise...

Dawdy (Doris O.) papers

This collection represents Dawdy's research files for her book: , Studies in Water Policy and Management, No. 13 (Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1989).

Dawkins-Long Papers

This collection contains papers of the families of British diplomat Richard Dawkins (1768-1848) and Jane Catherine Long (1764-1826). The collection provides a resource for studying an English military and diplomatic family in the 19th century; specifically the period covering the...

Dawley (Ernest J.) papers

Correspondence, diaries, awards, maps, photographs, and printed matter, relating to the landing of the United States Fifth Army at Salerno, Italy, 1943 September, and to the military career of E. J. Dawley.

Dawley (J. Searle) papers

The collection consists of a small amount of production information, most notably four scripts for Edison shorts from 1910 and 1911. There is a small amount of correspondence, notes for Dawley's memoirs, clippings, time books, and a scrapbook of mostly...

Dawson Family Papers

Papers (1852-1950) of the Dawson family, including patriarch John Barkley Dawson (1830-1918), a trailblazer, Texas Ranger and cattle rancher in New Mexico and Colorado, and several generations of his descendants. J. B. Dawson purchased part of the Maxwell Land Grant...

Dawson (John M.) papers

The collection consists of correspondence, John M. Dawson's dissertation and calculations, conference proceedings and reports....

Dawson Lime Kiln Photograph Collection

Photographs of lime kiln ruins in northern and central California, documenting a critical 19th century industry producing lime for the construction of cities in the area. The collection includes 16 photographs (16 X 20 in.) and text documents by the...

Dawson (O. S.) Papers

This collection contains correspondence and documents, dating from 1873 to 1911, related to the legal and business affairs of O. S. Dawson, the Sonora Consolidated Mining Company and the Hidden Treasure Consolidated Mining Company in the Bodie Mining District, California,...

Dawson (Warrington) report

Relates to the principal newspapers of France and to their political leanings and editorial policies.

Dawson, Yukon Territory - Scenes

Photographs show various vessels (ships, boats, steamers, barges), the waterfront, many dogsled teams, a hotel, views of the town, a bridge over the Klondike River, ice, hydraulic mining, and a group portrait of men in military uniform.

Dawson's Book Shop records

Ernest Dawson founded Dawson's Book Shop in Los Angeles, California, in 1905 at 713 South Broadway. Dawson specialized in rare books and went on buying expeditions in Europe and at book auctions in Boston, Philadelphia, and New York. The store...

Day (Allen) Papers

Erotic drawings in pen and ink of men in a variety of bondage and sadomasochistic settings. Drawings are by Allen Day, with many signed under his pseudonym 'Strider'. In addition to drawings, the collection also includes profusely illustrated letters...

Day and Palmer family photographs [graphic]

Includes a cartes de visite album of portraits, chiefly of women and children (ca. 1865-ca. 1890?); an album of snapshots and amateur photographs belonging to Roger Sherman Day and picturing sailing and other outdoor recreation (dating from ca. 1899-1902); and...

Day book of a merchant in Mariposa, Calif. : ms., 18 Mar. 15-May 11.

Daily records of sales of foodstuffs and general merchandise.

Day (Boysie E.) papers

This collection contains documents regarding Boysie E. Day, a former professor of Plant Physiology at UC Riverside. Items in the collection include a biography of Day, as well as an unpublished manuscript written by Day about a sailing expedition he...

Day, Clinton Collection

The Clinton Day collection consists of photographs and a clipping from the American Architect and Building News (a drawing by the architect). The photographs are of UC Berkeley buildings that have since been destroyed. This includes two residences designed by...

Day (Dennis) Collection of music for radio

This collection consists of scores and manuscripts of music for radio

Day (Donald) letter

Relates to the prospective outcome of World War II.

Day family correspondence, 1852-1855.

Letters from Wilson I. Day to his wife Nancy describing his overland journey to Shasta County and experiences in the mines; letters to Nancy Day from several relatives concerning family affairs and the death of her husband in California.

Day (George Martin) papers

Writings, correspondence, and questionnaires, relating to social conditions, education, and religion in the Soviet Union, and to the adjustment to American society of Russians living in the Los Angeles area in 1930.

Day (Greg) Papers

Greg Day is a photographer, activist, and former political candidate for the San Francisco Board of Supervisors and Board of Education. This collection contains materials about a variety of groups with which Day has been involved, including the Alice B....

Day (Martha) Los Angeles musical events scrapbooks

This collection consists of scrapbooks put together by University of California, Los Angeles, student Martha Day featuring musical events held around Los Angeles, CA from 1923 to 1944.

Day (Richard) papers

The Richard Day papers span the years 1948-1965 and encompass approximately 4 linear feet. The collection contains production design drawings, storyboards, and photographs. THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD (1965) is particularly well represented, with rough drawings, storyboards, plans and layouts,...

Day (Robert L.) Collection

The materials in this collection were gathered by Robert L. Day, PharmD, who served as a faculty member and later as associate dean of the School of Pharmacy at the University of California, San Francisco from 1962 until his retirement...

Day They Gave Babies Away (The) scripts

Collection consists of materials related to the screenplay,

Day (Thomas J.) photograph collection

Depicts Adolf Hitler and scenes in Germany.

Day (William P.) Papers

Office records for the architectural firm of W.P. Day, including correspondence, financial and personnel records, project files, and plans; together with some personal papers, and other documents. Projects represented include Golden Gate International Exposition (1939-1940) and San Francisco International Airport...

Daybook : Redwood City, Calif. : ms., [1857-1859].

Daily record of sales of general merchandise, Sept. 19, 1857-July 14, 1859.

Daye (Pierre) memoirs

Relates to Belgian and world politics, the Belgian fascist movement, and Belgium and France under German occupation in World War II. Chapters 60 and 61 and conclusion missing. Photocopy.

Dayhoff (Paul S.) Papers

The Paul Dayhoff (1925- ) Collection documents Church of the Nazarene missions in southern Africa in the 20th century. Bulk dates range from 1952-2006. It contains data on 475 persons, mostly African nationals, who have been crucial to the development...

Day-Palmer family papers, 1741-1960 (bulk 1846-1906).

Includes 1848-1853 diary of C.T.H. Palmer, recording voyage around the Horn, mining in California, law practice in San Francisco, description of great fires of 1851 in San Francisco, activities of the Vigilance Committee of 1851 and various proceedings against criminals,...

Days of '49 Collection

Correspondence, clippings, brochures, cards, lists, programs, Whiskerino materials....

Days of 4̀9 Collection, 1923.

Correspondence, clippings, brochures, cards, lists, programs, Whiskerino materials

The days of the Dons : typescript, [1918?].

Recollections of his father, William A. Richardson, and his mother, Maria Antonia, daughter of Ignacio Martinez. Prepared for publication in the San Francisco Call or Bulletin by James H. Wilkins. Notes on early California and Californians.

Dayton (Donald W.) Papers

Donald W. Dayton (b. 1942 - May 2, 2020) was a professor of theology and ethics at North Park Seminary, Northern Baptist Seminary, Drew University, and Azusa Pacific University. He also served as President of the Wesleyan Theological Society and...

Dayton (J.C.) & Co. letterbooks, [1858-1878]

Letterpress copy books containing letters re shipment of liquor, primarily to firms in San Francisco. Include letters written under former name Dayton, Sprague & Co.

Díaz (Porfirio) photograph

This collection consists of a signed photograph of Porfirio Díaz (1830-1915), president of Mexico from 1876 to 1911.

Díaz Pérez (Nicolás and Viriato) papers

This collection contains press clippings, publications, and other material regarding Nicolás Díaz y Pérez, a Spanish politician and author, and his son Viriato Díaz-Pérez, a prominent educator and writer from Paraguay.

Díaz Reyna (Enrique) photographs of the inauguration of Álvaro Obregón

The collection consists of a photograph album of nearly 200 black and white images taken by photojournalist Enrique Díaz Reyna of the festivities relating to the 1920 inauguration of Mexican President Álvaro Obregón.

Daziaro (J.) photographs

Hand-tinted photographs, depicting scenes in Moscow and the Russian countryside.

D.B. Woolf's daily journal for 1874 Municipal Criminal Court : and other papers, 1874-1900 (bulk 1874 March 26-Dec. 26).

Court calendar for the San Francisco Municipal Criminal Court, March 26, 1874; with receipts from the San Francisco Gas Light Company to F.J. Skelly, 1878-1881, pasted over first nine pages. Last few pages used for accounts, 1900.

DDR Collections

The DDR collections, assembled from individual artists' and scholars' papers, chronicle the evolution of a national cultural policy in East German visual arts, art history, and architecture, through forty years of German Socialism. Well represented are the activities of the...

De Andreis (Robert) Papers

This collection focuses on the writing and public presentations of San Francisco author Robert De Andreis, who was best known for his weekly San Francisco Sentinel column, “HIV Commentary.” The collection contains the columns, versions of his book, HIV Commentary:...

De Basily (Lascelle Meserve) papers

Drafts and galley proofs of the autobiography of L. M. De Basily, entitled Memoirs of a Lost World (Stanford: Hoover Institutiion Press, 1975), relating to life in Russia before the Russian Revolution, Russian émigré life, and world travel; and miscellaneous...

de Benedetti, Sergio ("Memoirs of an Antifascist" manuscript)

This collection consists of Sergio de Benedetti’s typed manuscript of “Memoirs of an Antifascist”, as well as various documents related to publication.

De Boom (Romain Camille) Letter

This file contains one hand written letter from Romain C. De Boom and is dated April 19th, 1911. The letter is addressed to one Z.(Zoeth) S. Eldredge, who appears to have been inquiring about "the 1849 Pioneer C. DeBoom". Eldredge...

De Borchgrave (Arnaud) speech

Relates to Soviet propaganda and disinformation.

de Broff (L.H.), "Ray Lyman Wilbur, M.D. of Stanford: The Formative Years"

Paper concerns Wilbur's life as a student at Stanford University and Cooper Medical College, his professional career as a physician, and Stanford's acquisition of Cooper Medical College, which then became Stanford's School of Medicine.

De Carlo (Zilda) Personal Papers

Zilda De Carlo was born July 2, 1913 in North Hollywood, California. She was the youngest of four children to Frank and Vincenza (Dinino) De Carlo. Their sons, Ray, Bill, and Nick, also served in the Armed Forces. Zilda enrolled...

De Caux (E.) typescript

Relates to the history of the First Battalion of the Eighth London Regiment of the British Army in France and Belgium from 1915 to 1917.

De Cecco (John Paul) Papers

This collection documents the academic life of John Paul De Cecco. It contains significant holdings relating to San Francisco State University and several programs within the university including the Center for Homosexual Education, Evaluation and Research (CHEER), the Center for...

de Chetelat (Enzo) papers

Artifacts, an autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, several thousand photographs (prints, negatives, and slides), reports, travel files, and writings of Enzo de Chetelat, a mining engineer, who visited and worked in numerous countries, often French colonies at the time, from the...

De Courcy (Kenneth Hugh) papers

Microfilm of correspondence, memoranda, depositions and other legal documents, minutes, and writings, relating to world politics, British foreign policy, espionage in Great Britain, the Imperial Policy Group, political views of the Duke of Windsor, and business affairs of and legal...

De Felitta (Frank) Collection

The Frank De Felitta Collection contains drafts of novels including Audrey Rose, The Entity, Oktoberfest and Sea Trial as well as drafts of screenplays by De Felitta adapted from his novels. Additional produced film scripts include The Savage is Loose...

De Fidler (Tatiana) papers

Includes family papers and correspondence, including photographs, identification papers, biographical materials on prominent family members, as well as correspondence with Max Rudolf, Dimitri von Mohrenschildt, Sonia Tomara Clark, Lydia Pasternak, and others. Also includes diaries and planners....

De Forest (Elizabeth Kellam and Lockwood) Papers

The collection consists of photographs, correspondence, and project files for Elizabeth Kellam de Forest, along with materials related to Lockwood de Forest III, her husband. Lockwood de Forest III family photos, personal and landscape photos and slides; many images document...

De Forest (Lee) (1873-1961) Scrapbook, 1919-1924

One scrapbook of clippings, letters and photographs pertaining to De Forest and his inventions.

de Forest (Lee and Marie) Papers

Papers of electronics inventor, radio and film pioneer Lee de Forest and his fourth wife, Marie Mosquini de Forest. Collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, sketches and diagrams, notebooks, patents, memoirs, patent notes and legal papers, scrapbooks, speeches, poems, photographs, and articles...

de Forest (Lockwood) landscape drawings

The de Forest collection consists primarily of landscape drawings, arranged alphabetically by project name. The majority of these drawings relate to residential projects in Southern California, including large estates such as “Val Verde.” Non-residential projects include the Santa Barbara Museum...

De Forest Research, Inc. collection of television scripts

Collection consists of scripts for television series and mini-series reviewed by the research firm de Forest Research, Inc. Includes a variety of scripts including, "WKRP in Cincinnati," "St. Elsewhere," "Sanford and Son," "Love Boat," "Young Doctor Kildare," and "Hogans's Heroes."...

De Fraeye (Mark) photographs

This collection consists of photographs taken by Mark De Fraeye of South Korea.

De Fremery (Don) Collection

Don De Fremery explains in an introduction to this manuscript, which is typewritten on 16 legal sheets and bound at the top like a legal brief, that the items described below were found in Oakland, CA among the papers of...

De Hay family photographs.

Collection includes a large number of family and other portraits, many unidentified, many taken in California. Identified portraits include Reimann and DeHay family members, (including Pauline and Edward DeHay) among numerous others. Includes many scenes from the Cloverdale DeHay Ranch:...

De Herrera (Gloria) Papers

American art preparator, restorer, and collector active in Los Angeles and Paris. De Herrera was a close friend of Man Ray, William Nelson Copley, and other notable artists. The papers include correspondence, documents, artworks, photographs, and audiovisual materials documenting De...

De Hooghe (Romeyn) Etchings

Collection contains 59 prints on 67 sheets. Some are signed by Romeyn de Hooghe, some are attributed to him, and several are in his style or copied after him. Most relate to contemporary political, historical events and figures in Europe,...

de Kehoe (Joe) Silence and the Sun Collection

The Joe de Kehoe Silence and the Sun Collection highlights the stories of women and Hispanic families living in California's Mojave Desert along U.S. Highway 66 during the Great Depression. The content was generated during the course of Mr. de...

de Kramer (John) Personal Papers and Photographs

John de Kramer was an artist and Professor of art. In the 1930s, he attended Pasadena Junior College and earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree at the University of California, Los Angeles. In 1954, he began teaching in the Los...

De la Guerra - Vallejo Collection

Correspondence of Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo from the 1840s to the 1880s with a number of family members and many others, including Archbishop Joseph Alemany, María Amparo Ruiz de Burton, Hubert Howe Bancroft, Ramón de Zaldo, Carolina Jimeno Kahn, Juan Bautista...

De la Guerra Collection

The letters, diaries, accounts, petitions, statistics, and reports in the De la Guerra Collection cover the social, political, military, and economic pursuits of one of California's founding families.

de la Guerra (Dario de Oreña) Papers

This folder contains a copy of the “Certificaciòn de genealogia nobleza y armas a favor del Señor Don Dario de Oreña Y de la Guerra,” printed in 1922.

De la Guerra family archives.

includes 11 letters, 1875, 1879, from H.H. Bancroft to General M.G. Vallejo.

de la Mare (Walter) papers

Assorted letters, musical scores, and materials about British poet and writer Walter de la Mare (1873-1956) collected by Dorothy Hatch.

De la Mare (Walter) Papers

This collection contains correspondence of British writer Walter De la Mare (1873-1956), as well as five photographs. The strength of the collection is the correspondence, which spans decades, between De la Mare and other writers, including Morchard Bishop, H.C. Duffin,...

de la Pena (Terri) Papers

Terri de la Peña is a novelist, short story writer, and children's book author whose writings deal with complex issues of identity, homophobia, assimilation and resistance focusing on the lives of Chicana lesbians. This collection contains materials related to the...

de la Rocha (Michael)

Papers related to his work as a journalist pertaining Mexican American issues

de la tierra (tatiana) Latina lesbian magazine collection

A collection of Latina lesbian magazines donated by bi-cultural writer and activist tatiana de la tierra (Tatiana Barona) on December 2006. and are revolutionary Latina lesbian magazines created to stimulate dialogue and creativity within the Latina lesbian community.

de la Tierra (Tatiana) Papers

Tatiana Barona, also known as Tatiana de la Tierra, was a Latina lesbian activist, artist, writer, and librarian. Born in Colombia in 1961, she immigrated with her family to the United States in 1969. Tatiana was an early pioneer of...

De Lacy (Robert) photographs

Robert DeLacy was a film director. The collection consists of photographs related to DeLacey's career.

De Lamar Commercial Company, Limited account books : De Lamar, Idaho, 1894-1895.

Reflecting mining operations in Owyhee County. Includes cashbook, journal, and ledger with index.

De Laurentiis Entertainment Group photographs

The De Laurentiis Entertainment Group photographs span the years circa 1986-1989 and encompass 29.8 linear feet. The collection consists of black-and-white and color prints, proof sheets, transparencies, and slides of motion picture production photographs....

de Lemos (Pedro) Collection

One framed photograph of de Lemos, and one framed photograph of the Stanford Art Gallery, along with exhibit captions about both....

De Long (James) papers

The James De Long papers contain personal papers, architectural drawings and photographs of De Long's design practice from 1946-1988, as well as materials related to his training and work at Taliesin as a Frank Lloyd Wright apprentice and Fellow, 1946-1947....

De Lorenzo (Nicola) Musical Compositions

Chiefly manuscript scores and parts of chamber music for strings and piano, with several pieces for full orchestra....

De Losada (Dorothy E.) Oral History

Contains a transcribed copy of Lucille Kendall's 1976 interview with labor organizer Dorothy Elizabeth De Losada documenting her involvement in the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU), Local 6, in San Francisco, beginning in the 1940s.

De Losada (Dorothy Elizabeth "Betty") Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Dorothy Elizabeth "Betty" De Losada conducted by Lynn Bonfield. Interview focuses on friendship with Nikki Bridges Flynn, wife of ILWU leader Harry Bridges.

De Losada (Dorothy) photographs

Collection comprises 15 black and white photographic prints and two photocopies of the front and back of a photographic print documenting Dorothy De Losada's work as a political and union activist between 1946 and 1956.

de Luce (Iris) Papers

Iris de Luce, born in 1903 was a dancer and choreographer in San Francisco with companies such as Albertina Raasch’s ballet company, the San Francisco Ballet, and the San Francisco Opera’s Ballet, as well as in Paris at the Opera...

de Lyon family photograph album

Photograph album, dating to around 1900, containing approximately 85 albumen prints of a family vacation at Matilija Springs in Ventura County California, as well as albumen prints of various places in Southern California, including Catalina Island and Coronado Island in...

De Man (Paul) papers

This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Paul de Man documenting his career as a scholar and literary theorist in the field of comparative literature, and as an academic in the United States. Files primarily contain his manuscripts...

De Martini (Father Rodney J.) Papers

Audiovisual materials, pamphlets, brochures, correspondence and ephemera related to AIDS education in Catholic schools and parishes collected by Father Rodney J. De Martini, a Catholic priest from San Francisco, California who was also a vocal AIDS educator and lobbyist. The...

De Merritt (David A.) Papers

This folder contains several dance cards and invitations to balls from 1849-1867 and undated, envelopes from real estate offices and the pension office of the U.S. Department of the Interior, letters of correspondence regarding pension matters, an Aetna insurance policy,...

De Metriff (Andrew Roy) papers

Programs, proceedings, memoranda, personnel records, photographs, and caricatures relating to the founding conference of the United Nations in San Francisco in 1945.

De Mille (Agnes) papers

Agnes De Mille (1908 or 1905- ) appeared as a dancer in the Grand street follies (1928), creating the choreography for a revival of the Black crook in Hoboken the following year. She danced and choreographed in London before returning...

De Mille (Richard) Collection

The collection relates mainly to de Mille's research and writings on Carlos Castaneda. The collection was received in 1980 and the correspondence (mostly photocopies) was restricted until 1990. Footnotes to Chapter 40 of (1980) provide an early, brief description of...

de Nunzio (Edna Smith) Papers

Edna Smith de Nunzio (1905-1985) was an operatic singer from San Francisco. When the San Francisco Opera opened for its first season in 1923, she was engaged by Gaetano Merola to sing in the chorus, where she eventually transitioned to...

de Pichon Family Papers

Family documents, including birth, baptism, school records, marriage, nobility, and death certificates. There are also French legal documents concerning a lawsuit, 1828-1830, 18th century property documents, 18th century passports, and a family tree....

de Pick (Gracia Molina) Papers

The (1902-2013) document the personal, professional, and activist background of Molina de Pick and include: reports, correspondence, promotional materials, organizational records, conference materials, legal documents, teaching materials, press clippings, photographs, original artwork, and ephemera. The collection is divided into eight...

De Planque (Eileen Gail) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, minutes and meeting materials, memoranda, reports, studies, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to nuclear power plants in the United States and abroad, including issues of licensing, safety and waste management.

De Quille (Dan) Papers

Letters concerning the Territorial Enterprise, Mark Twain, and the writing of his book on the Big Bonanza ; manuscripts of sketches written for newspapers and magazines; clippings; notes and notebooks; a few papers of other members of his family. The...

De Quincey Family Correspondence

Correspondence of English writer Thomas De Quincey and his family.

De Rose (Michael) drawings of the Robert Emmons house

The Michael De Rose drawings of the Robert Emmons residence consist of three presentation boards, all dated 1992. Presentation boards depict proposed elevation changes and additions to the south and east face of existing main house in the form of...

de Saisset Family Papers

This collection includes materials from the deSaisset family consisting of correspondence, financial papers, legal records, diaries and accounts, as well as clippings and ephemera.

de Saisset (Pedro) Family Collection

The Pedro de Saisset Family Collection is primarily comprised of photographs of members of the Pedro de Saisset family from the 1860s to the 1950s. The collection includes portraits of family members, photographs of the family at their ranch in...

De Shields Family Papers

The De Shield Family Papers document three generations from the De Shields family. The bulk of the papers document the life and businesses of Ivan De Shields.

De Standaard newspaper issue

Relates to the bankruptcy of De Standaard and other periodicals.

de Trobriand (Philippe Régis Denis de Keredern) Collection

The collection contains two small manuscripts, in French, of misprints and corrections to Philippe Régis Denis de Keredern de Trobriand's Civil War experiences, (1867), later translated as . ...

De Valera (Eamonn) speech

Relates to the neutrality of Ireland during World War II and to Anglo-Irish relations. Speech delivered May 16, 1945.

De Vincenzi (John) Papers

The John De Vincenzi Papers document De Vincenzi's activities as the chair of the Gallery Advisory Committee to the San José Fine Arts Commission. The committee advocated for, planned, and managed the development of the San José Civic Gallery--now...

De Vos (George) papers

Consists of personal and professional correspondence, field notes including Rorschach and Thematic Apperception Test results and tables, lecture notes and other course materials and De Vos' research and writings on cultural psychology and migration studies.

De Voto (Bernard A.) Papers

Collection includes: 1)correspondence to and from Bernard DeVoto and to and from Avis DeVoto and other miscellaneous correspondents including Wallace Stegner and Carl Brandt, 2) financial papers such as cash account books, tax returns, receipts, 3) legal agreements, contracts and...

De Voto (Bernard Augustine) Papers

Bernard DeVoto (1897-1955) was a novelist, historian, critic, and editor. His collection includes correspondence, typescripts and galley proofs of 19 major works, 166 articles, 25 short fiction and non-fiction papers, broadcasts, speeches, lectures, and other papers. The correspondence (1948-55) with...

De Voto (Bernard) Harper's magazine correspondence

Letters between Harper's Magazine and Bernard A. DeVoto (1948-1955) concerning his column, "Easy Chair." Also includes typescript copies of letters from Harper's to senders of letters of condolence and letters to and from Harper's concerning DeVoto....

de Vries (Alfred H.) Papers.

This collection was originally part of the Alfred H. de Vries map collection. The map collection is available through UC Berkeley and contains 416 volumes in addition 106 individual sheet maps. This collection consists of original manuscript “Maps and their...

de Vries (Bob) Collection

Bob de Vries is an Old China Hand, whose Dutch father was involved in the Holland China Trading Company. He lived in Shanghai, and was interned by the Japanese at the Chapei internment camp during World War II. The collection...

De Westerborker newsletter collection

Collection comprises 18 issues of ( ), ranging in date from 1945 April 24 through 1945 June 1.

De Witt (Alfred) Papers

This folder contains 1 1890 letter of description from De Witt to an unknown person regarding the history and provenance of a watercolor sketch of the “San Francisco After the Fire” done by John Pendergrast in 1851.

De Witt Clinton Loudon diaries and papers, 1846-1886.

V. 1 - Diaries, June 1, 1846-Feb. 19, 1847 (in notebook, 1836-1843, of his father, James Loudon as member, Ohio Legislature) and June 15, 1847-Aug. 2, 1848, kept while serving with the First Ohio Infantry in Mexico and as a...

De Witt family papers, [ca. 1848-1867].

Contents: journal kept by Alfred De Witt on his voyage around the Horn, Apr. 6 - Sept. 22, 1848; 26 letters, 1848-1867, written by Alfred and 30 letters, 1849-1851, by his wife, Margaret, to family in New York, relating to...

De Witt (Nicholas) papers

Writings, correspondence, notes, studies, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to the economics of education and the role of education in developing professional and other skilled manpower resources in the United States, Western Europe, the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe,...

De Wolf (Mrs. Captain S.I.) Account of Brother Jonathan Shipwreck

This file contains one photocopy of a hand written 13 page manuscript created by Mrs. Capt. S.I. De Wolf, on May 25, 1892, at Fulton, Sonoma County, California. It consists of "An account of the loss of the Steamship Brother...

De Wolfe (Billy) Collection

This collection consists of clippings, scrapbooks, vaudeville photo album, musical arrangements, posters, awards, stills from stage, motion pictures, and television covering the period 1925-1974 from actor Billy De Wolfe (1907-1974). There are also miscellaneous scripts from his stage appearances including...

De Young Family Business Papers

Contains primarily minutes and material received by members of Boards of Directors for the Chronicle Publishing Company, Ortega Investment Company, and West Tacoma Newsprint Company. Includes the records for the Municipal Properties Company, a small amount of material related to...

Dead Feminists Broadside Collection

Dead Feminists Broadside Collection is also known as the "Dead Feminists" Series. Each hand lettered, letterpress-printed broadside features a quote by women in history and juxtaposes it into contemporary social and political issues.

Dead Feminists broadsides collection

Seven broadsides printed by Chandler O'Leary of Anagram Press and Jessica Spring of Springtide Press, in honor of the social and political power of women throughout history.

Dead Feminists broadsides postcard collection

Set of 20 oversized postcard reproductions of the ongoing Dead Feminists series.

Dead marquise; tale of the chateau Sainte-Maure : ms., 1874 August 7.

Last five pages of the original manuscript, with autograph of the author, dated August 7, 1874, together with letter of S.P. Avery.

Dead Men's Gulch and other sketches, 1884.

Three items transcribed from a Colorado Springs periodical, Out West, 1873 (in handwriting of Kate and Matilda G. Bancroft): 1. "Dead Men's Gulch" (October, 1873), 1 l. By William N. Byers, recounting the origin of the name, 1859. 2. "Trinidad...

Deadlee Collection

Fliers, programs, and clippings of openly gay rapper and hip hop artist, performance artist, and actor, Deadlee (Joseph Lee). The materials document his career from 2001-2009.

Deaf AIDS Center Collection

The Deaf AIDS Center Collection documents the educational and social activities of the Center through photographs, flyers, and ephemera.

Deaf Women's History Project Collection

The Deaf Women's History Project Collection contains video interviews conducted by Evelyn L. Preston and Caroline Preston Bass as part of a grant-funded project to film deaf women about their lives during World War II.

Deakin (Edna and Dorothy) Correspondence

Correspondence by Edna and Dorothy Deakin, who were the daughters of artist Edwin Deakin.

Deakin (Edwin) Mission Sketches

Scrapbook of Deakin's California mission sketches; sketches of El Molino, a Spanish mill in Pasadena; several magazines of which belonged to Deakin (1900-1905). ca. 1872-1905.

Deakin (Edwin) Missions of California prints

23 prints of the California missions by Edwin Deakin. Deakin, an English-born artist, became well known for his paintings of the California Missions that drew public attention to their deteriorating state.

Deakin Tract of Mining and Timber Lands, Located in Butte, Plumas and Tehama Counties, California, ca. 1889 - Views

The Deakin Tract album contains 54 photographic prints showing mining and timber lands in Butte, Plumas and Tehama counties, California circa 1889. The photographs are circular, about 6.5 cm. in diameter, and are possibly Kodak I prints. The title of...

Dean and professor at UC Berkeley's School of Librarianship, 1946-1976 : oral history transcript / 2000.

Columbia's library school, New York Public Library, 1920s; the American Library Association, 1930-1933; University of Chicago's graduate library school, 1933-1935; university positions at Colby, Temple, Columbia; critique of library education, 1945; Dean of Berkeley's School of Librarianship, 1946-1961: colleagues, finances,...

Dean (James) Collection

The James Dean collection contains papers related to the movie star, James Dean (1931-1955). Records include papers and memorabilia. There are a few items with images of Elvis Presley. Published works were separated from the archival material and catalogued as...

Dean (Jean F.) Papers

Papers include manuscript/typescripts, photographs on scrapbook pages. Ms. Ferguson was a dental hygienist, School of Dentistry Class of 1937....

Dean, Jennette (Spanish-American War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence received by Jennette Dean from four soldiers during the Spanish-American War.

Dean (Jessie E.) papers

Jessie E. Dean was employed by the Los County Department of Charities from 1919 to 1943, and served as Supervisor in the successive Divisions of Outdoor Relief, County Welfare and Indigent Relief. A citation of appreciation from her fellow workers,...

Dean (John W.), III Papers, White House Special Files, 07/09/1970 - 04/30/1973

This series was created to document the activities of John W. Dean III as he carried out his duties as Counsel to the President on legal, political and legislative issues in the Nixon administration.

Dean of the California Legislature, 1958-1996 : oral history transcript / 1996.

Democrat of Greek parentage, and Dean of the California Legislature 1959-1996, Senator Nicholas Petris discusses his Oakland constituencies, culture and traditions of the Greek community, the rise of the California Democratic Party, California state politics and government, with particular attention...

Dean of the College of Engineering, pioneer in coastal engineering, and consultant to General Electric : oral history transcript / 1986-1988.

Discusses his family background, and engineering education at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of California, Berkeley, 1928-1941. He also discusses his research, consulting with the military, and academic studies during World War II. Includes reminiscences of the...

The Dean of Women and the Importance of Students : oral history transcript / and related material, 1966-1967.

Recollections of student days at the University of California, class of 1906; association with the University as assistant to, and, later, dean of women students.

Dean of Women (Ruth E. Anderson) Collection

The collection includes materials related to Ruth E. Anderson's work as UC Davis Dean of Women, including correspondence, daily boards, information on campus groups and committees, publications, photographs, and materials related to the Women's Equity Action League (WEAL). Also present...

Dean (Ray) Scrapbook

Clippings and programs pertaining to Dean's track career at Burlingame High School, San Mateo Junior College, Stanford University, and the Olympic Club in San Francisco; also includes programs from the 1932 Olympic games in Los Angeles and the track and...

Dean, Robert G. Collection

A collection of diaries, letters, scrapbooks, and family bible of the Robert G. Dean family. Family bible which contains some family information, oil and gas certificates, diaries written by Robert G. Dean, scrapbooks, letters to his wife, ledgers, and 1836...

Dean (Roy) Photographs

Photograph album mockups of Roy Dean's books (1969) and (1972) as well as black-and-white photographic prints used or considered in these or his other books. In addition to his photography, Dean was an actor in theater, television, and film, as...

Dean Rusk letter, 1963 January 14

One letter (TLS) to Hamilton Von Breton re regional foreign policy conferences. Washington, [D.C.], 14 Jan. 1963. Alpha list.

Deane (Ernest Cecil) letters

Relates to Allied military activities during World War II and the Nuremberg trials.

Deanship and diversity [collection]

Title from spine, supplied by library binder.

Deat (Marcel) writings

Memoirs, relating to political conditions in France from World War I through World War II, including especially developments in the French socialist movement, the growth of a French fascist movement, and the policies of the Vichy regime; and diaries, 1939-1945,...

Death of Stalin: motion picture film

Raw footage of interviews with Western journalists and Sovietologists, relating to the death of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in 1953, and to subsequent political change and de-Stalinization in the Soviet Union. Used in production of The Death of Stalin, a...

Death Records

Early death records for Yolo County filed with the County Clerk-Recorder. Location: A38.1

Death to the Klan flyer

Flyer announcing a "Slideshow/Discussion about the KKK and the Black Nation's fight for liberation", November 9, [1981], at the New Valley Ministry in San Francisco, and a statewide anti-Klan conference and demonstration on November 14th and 15th . The events...

Death Valley 49ers Committee Records

Correspondence and minutes pertaining to Death Valley and Death Valley explorer Henry Wade.

Death Valley '49ers Papers

Death Valley '49ers Papers contains correspondence, programs, newsletters, meeting minutes, and flyers related to the Death Valley '49ers group....

Death Valley Automobile Trip

The Death Valley Automobile Trip photograph album containing 76 prints appears to be the record of a sightseeing trip made from Los Angeles to Death Valley in 1926. A written record--in the form of diary entries--is also included and consists...

Death Valley caravan and Sacramento flood snapshots [graphic]

Chiefly snapshots of young people (presumably students from the College of the Pacific in Stockton, Calif.) on outings to Death Valley and Boulder (Hoover) Dam in the late 1930's. Also includes sixteen views, with descriptive captions, of the Sacramento flood...

Death Valley Curly letters : Nev. : ALS, 1937-1945.

Three letters (9 p.) discussing business dealings in and around Death Valley including mining claims, finding mineral specimens for museums and oil for drilling.

Death Valley Days collection of scripts

Death Valley Days was one of a few western anthology series as well as the longest-running series on television (1952-1970 and 1975). The collection consists of scripts for 130-plus episodes, spanning 1960-1969.

Death Valley days: videotape series

Motion picture film of selected episodes of the Western television series, of which Ronald Reagan was host.

Death Valley National Park Central Files


Death Valley Scotty photograph album

A bound leather album containing fifty five black and white photographs of a location in Death Valley, California, known as Scotty's Castle. Scotty's Castle was named after Walter Scott (1872-1954), better known as Death Valley Scotty, who was one of...

Death Valley views [graphic].

Views depict 20-mule team borax wagon (dated 1907) and various Death Valley landmarks: Dante's View, sand dunes, Zabriskie Point region, Bad Water, and tombstone of gold prospectors Frank "Shorty" Harris and Jim Dayton. (Harris grave memorial erected 1936. cf. Inyo...

Deaver & Hannaford, Inc. records

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, schedules, public opinion polling data, promotional material, press releases, news summaries, and clippings, relating to the political career of Ronald Reagan, the 1976 and 1980 Reagan presidential campaigns, and speaking and writing projects of Ronald and Nancy...

DeBach (Paul H.) Papers

The Paul H. DeBach Papers document University of California, Riverside professor Paul DeBach's pioneering work in the field of integrated pest management and in the biological control of insect pests and weeds. The collection spans the years 1921-1989 (bulk 1955-1980)...

DeBone (Tony) Photographs

Photographs by photographer Anthony “Tony” DeBone (alternate spelling De Bone). DeBone held an MFA in Art from Mills College, Oakland, California. Though not gay himself, DeBone’s work focused on the LGBTQ and kink community. Included in the collection are prints,...

Debonnet (Maurice G.) typescript

Relates to military camouflage during World War I.

Debora Sessler oral history interviews

This collection comprises one sound disc with accomanying transcript, and two videotapes of two oral history interviews with Debora Sessler conducted by the Holocaust Media Project on March 1, 1985 and by the Holocaust Oral History Project on June 2,...

[Deborah G. Aschheim prints for Summer of Love anniversary posters for the San Francisco Arts Commission, based on photographs by Michelle Vignes and Eric Thiermann].

1: poster of a young man and woman holding a "Bring the Troops Home Now" placard, titled: San Francisco Peace March, April 15, 1967 (after Michelle Vignes) -- 2: poster of the back of a man in a Hell's Angels...

Deborah Kaplan papers, 1967-1995 (bulk 1984-1995).

Includes subject files on adoption, infants with disabilities, parenting with disabilities, prenatal care, reproductive rights, Harlan Hahn articles and wheelchairs; records on organizations Kaplan is involved with including the Disability Rights Center, Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund and World...

Deborah Rosen Research Collection of the Jewish Community on the Palos Verdes Peninsula

Materials document Jewish life on the Palos Verdes Peninsula from the 1960s through the 1990s.

Debreu (Gerard) Papers

The Gerard Debreu papers, 1949-2001, consist of correspondence; professional activities, which include research notes, writing and editorial work, visiting scholar appointments, and speeches; organizational files; course notes; a small amount of papers pertaining to Debreu winning the Nobel Prize; and...

DeBrier (Samson) papers

Correspondence, notes, photographs, clippings, biographical material, and other personal papers, 1948-1995, from actor, artist, and raconteur Samson DeBrier. After working as an actor in the 1910s and 1920s, most notably in the film , the eccentric DeBrier remained in Hollywood...

Debs (Eugene V.) letters

Relates to personal matters and the American labor and socialist movements. Includes a few letters from Theodore Debs, brother of E. V. Debs, to F. X. Holl, 1904-1931. Compiled by Sydney Strong.

Debus (Allen G.) collection

The Allen G. Debus collection focuses on early entertainers, pioneer recording artists, vaudeville, minstrelsy, and the popular musical forms of the late 19th and early 20th century. The collection includes sheet music, photographs, correspondence, ephemera, and other primary source documents,...

DeCamp (David) collection of Jamaican creole tape recordings

Small collection of audio recordings of Creole speech and song collected or recorded by linguist David DeCamp in Jamaica and Belize.

DeCaprio (Albrecio) Papers

This collection contains original handwritten sheet music, a small amount of published sheet music, newspaper clippings and personal papers of Alberico DeCaprio.

DeCarli (Dean) Papers

Certificates and awards presented to DeCarli as well as DVD and VHS copies of his oral history (2002) and "The DeCarli and Foy Families and Recollections".

Decatur (built 1921; destroyer: U.S. Navy) photograph

The Decatur (built 1921; destroyer: U.S. Navy) photograph, 1926, (SAFR 24640, P15-013) is comprised of a photograph of the United States Navy destroyer DECATUR underway and an accompanying newswire caption. The collection has been processed to the Collection level and...

Decca Belgian recording studio photographs

Black-and-white photographs of a recording studio and record pressing facility in Brussels, Belgium.

DeCeasar (Lawrence) Papers

The Lawrence DeCeasar papers contain materials related to the life and career of the local ragtime musician. DeCeasar (1931-2002), also known as Larry Langtry and Silver Dollar Larry, worked in saloons from New Orleans to Juneau, Alaska. He was active...

DeCelle (Edward) papers

The Edward DeCelle Papers, 1969-2001, includes the correspondence, transaction records and research files of art collector and former San Francisco gallery owner Edward Brooks DeCelle.

DeChancie (John) papers

The John DeChancie papers is a collection of documents consisting of manuscripts, page proofs, and correspondence relating to the literary works of American comic fantasy and science fiction writer, John DeChancie.

Dechy (Maurice de.) photographs

Depicts scenes in the Caucasus.

Decisions of the Chairman of the Pacific Coast Maritime Industry Board : typescript (carbon), 1944 January 26-February 19.

The first document outlines the events and employment data forming the basis of the chairman's decision on a dispute beginning on October 23, 1943, between the San Pedro Local of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union and the Maritime Industry...

Deck (Father Allan, S.J.) Letter Collection

This collection consists chiefly of letters of political personages that Father Allan Deck, S.J., received from 1959 to 1963.

Decker, Archie C. Collection of material relating to the history of the railway mail service in the West, [1864-1967]

Includes printed materials and scrapbooks containing clippings, photographs, correspondence and notes.

Decker (Archie C.) Correspondence

Includes notes and correspondence about railway mail service of the Sierra Railroad, written by Archie C. Decker to Robert J. Hannah of the California-Nevada Railroad Historical Society. Also includes biographical information about Hannah's father, Arthur T. Hannah (1886-1936), who was...

Decker (Benton C.) papers

Correspondence, lectures, notes, and photographs, relating to activities of the U.S.S. , Spanish neutrality, and refugees in the Middle East, during World War I.

Decker (Benton W.) albums

Memorabilia of Admiral Decker in occupied Japan. Photograph albums primarily of high ranking military figures and the Yokosuka shipyards, as well as clippings of Benton Clark Decker....

Decker (Benton Weaver) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, orders, citations, memorabilia, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to U.S. occupation forces in Japan, and U.S. foreign relations in the Far East.

Decker (Bruce) Papers

The Bruce Decker papers contain materials related to his AIDS advocacy, including his leadership in the No on 64 and No on 102 campaigns, his service on the California AIDS Advisory Committee and his business ventures in the biotechnology field,...

Decker (Frank N) Papers

Two carbon copy manuscripts entitled To: National Advisory Commission on Food and Fiber and In re: Natural Law.

Decker-Jewett Bank Collection, 1850-1890

Business papers, certificates, correspondence, deeds, mining papers, sales of public land materials, tax receipts.

Decker-Jewett Bank Papers

Business papers, certificates, correspondence, deeds, mining papers, sales of public land materials, tax receipts....

Declaration commune sur la situation politique typescript

Relates to proposed changes in Vichy government policy following the Allied landings in Normandy. Written by a group of right-wing French political figures.

A Declaration of His Highness the Lord Protector inviting the people of England and Wales, to a day of solemn fasting and humiliation, 1653

London, 1653. [Gt. Brit. Sovereigns, etc. 1649-1658 (Oliver Cromwell)]. Printed by Henry Hills and William du-Gard. Wing C-7077. Oversize boxed. Alpha list.

Declarations of Homestead

Declarations of Homestead consists of 18 bound and disbound books recorded in San Diego County from 1860 to 1931. These documents relate to the Homestead Act (1862-1976). Early records may include property within present-day Imperial, Inyo, Riverside, and San Bernardino...

DeConde (Alexander) Papers

The collection contains correspondence files pertaining to a festschrift being prepared to honor Alexander DeConde (1920-), UCSB professor of history and expert in American foreign relations....

DeConde (Alexander) typescript

Relates to American foreign policy toward Latin America during the presidential administration of Herbert Hoover.

Decora Ceramics Records

This collection contains catalogs, price lists, designs, photographs, and ceramic objects documenting the history of Decora Ceramics, and its predecessor, Ylyne Studio, makers of Smithware and Florencita, circa 1947-1953. The firms were founded and co-owned by Smith Russell (1895-1979), Pomona...

Decorative architectural pieces and photographs from the Jackling house designed by George Washington Smith

Decorative architectural pieces and photographs from the Jackling house designed by George Washington Smith span 16 linear feet and date from circa 1925. The collection is composed of: one star shoulder wooden door frame from the organ room, one copper...

The Decorative Art Department : holograph memoir : and related papers, 1986.

Memoir covering period from 1930-1969, discusses history of the Department of Decorative Design from its origin in 1930 as Household Arts, developing into Decorative Art, and then Design, and how later it came to be transferred to the College of...

Decorative Designers Firm - Collection of Materials by and Relating to

Emma Redington (Lee) Thayer (ca. 1874-ca. 1973) was the co-founder of Decorative Designers, a New York City based firm that produced binding designs, dust jackets, book illustrations, and advertising material. She specialized in conventionalized decorations and designed most of the...

DeCou (Branson) Archive

Glass lantern slides, negatives, photographic albums, notebooks, travelogues, and miscellaneous artifacts that document DeCou's travels in five continents and subsequent travel lecture tours ca. 1920-1941.

Decree of Settlement of Final Account and of Final Distribution in the matter of the estate of Kate D. McLaughlin, deceased

Distribution of the estate of Kate D. McLaughlin, widow of Charles McLaughlin, railroad contractor.

Decrees from George III, King of Great Britain, conferring titles of nobility and military appointment, 1744-1789.

Decree from George III conferring the title of Lieutenant of and in the County of Sommerset on Lord Frederick North, March 16, 1774.

DeCrescenzo (Teresa) Papers

Administrative records, articles, bibliographies, clippings, correspondence, meeting notes, photographs, and project proposals, 1975-2008, primarily documenting Teresa DeCrescenzo's social work on behalf of at-risk lesbian and gay teenagers. Decrescenzo served as the president of the board of directors at the Gay...

Decretos de Parte. Decisiones del Virey en México en pleitos de particulares, 1801 Jan. 19-1811 Aug. 14.

A collection of petitions, viceregal decrees, fiscal's statements, and related documents from Mexico, and a few from the Philippines, recording ex parte proceedings in cases which were brought before the Viceroy of New Spain during the period 1801-1811 and which...

Deddeh (Wadie P.) Papers

The Wadie P. Deddeh Papers consist of 11.5 cubic feet of records reflecting Deddeh's activities during his 26-year career in the Assembly and Senate. The records contain Bill Files, 1973-1993 and Subject Files, 1967-1976.

DeDe Gorin Sierra Club papers, 1939.

Papers relating to the Sierra Club High Trip.

DeDecker (Mary) Papers

Botanist and conservationist Mary DeDecker's correspondence, publications, as well as materials related to the Owens Valley Unified School District, the Inyo County Museum, and the Eureka Dunes.

Dedham, Massachusetts - program, 1886

Program and other material relating to the 250th anniversary celebration of the town, 1886. Laid in: Proceedings at the Celebration of the Two Hundred and Fiftieth Anniversary of the Incorporation of the Town of Deham Massachusetts [Main F74.D3 D5]. Purch

Dedicated democrat and city planner : oral history transcript / and related material, 1975-1977.

Recollection of growing up in San Francisco; her husband, Charles Porter, and her brother-in-law, Bruce Porter; involvement with the League of Women Voters; long service in local, state and national Democratic Party activities; women prominent in political circles, including Helen...

Dedicated Vessel Research Program Records

The Dedicated Vessel Research Program Records, which date from 1972 to 1980, document the entire scope of the DVRP project undertaken in the late 1970s, and includes records generated by the DVRP as well as other records and publications scientists...

Dedication of Crothers Hall, slides

Images of Crothers Hall and dedication ceremony....

Dedication of the Frank E. Buck Jade Collection :

The Frank E. Buck Jade Collection was given to the Stanford University Museum of Art by Alice Meyer Buck in memory of her husband.

Dee (Thomas D., II) papers

This collection consists of correspondence, photographs, and various Stanford ephemera showing student life....

Deed and abstracts of title for portion of South Beach block 41 : San Francisco, Calif. 1866-1868.

Contains deed and abstract of title for the property bordered by King and Berry, between 7th (formerly Harris) and 8th (formerly Price) Streets, and adjacent to Mission Creek. The deed, June 29, 1866, transfers ownership from Josiah Belden and James...

Deed from John Jordan to Herman Jordan, for sale of land in San Mateo Co.; deed from A.A. Davis, San Jose, to John Jordan for sale of land in San Mateo.

Part of a collection of deeds, agreements, leases, pre-emption notices, powers of attorney, and occasional correspondence, relating to land tenure, sale and transfer of houses and property, disputed land, etc.

Deed of sale from José Castro to Francisco Pacheco for Rancho San Justo : and certificate of authentication, 1844, 1858.

Tracing of original deed of sale, Monterey, 1844 July 26, signed by Florencio Serrano, José Castro, Francisco Pacheco, and others; and certificate of authentication from the office of the U.S. Surveyor General, 1858 Sept. 29. Relates to land case 211...


Consists of records of deeds in Yolo County from the establishment of the county in 1850 to the present day. Location: A30.2 - A35.3


Deeds consist of 12 bound and disbound volumes dating from 1850 to 1916, with the bulk dating from 1850 to 1868. There are a small number of deeds created and executed prior to 1850 that were not recorded until 1850....

Deeds : San Francisco, Calif., 1862 May-1863 May.

Deeds convey property bounded by Eddy, Larkin, and Willow streets in the Western Addition, San Francisco, Calif. The 1862 deed transfers the property from Joseph P. Hoge of San Francisco to Robert Dudgeon of San Francisco. The 1863 deed transfers...

Deeds : San Francisco, Calif., 1862 Sep.-1863 May.

Deeds convey property in San Francisco, Calif. belonging to heirs of Henry D. Johnson of Cincinnati, Ohio to Louis Cohn of San Francisco, Calif. Nara lots conveyed were numbers 196, 232, and 1147.

Deeds, [1873?]May 1, for parcels of land in Georgetown in the county of El Dorado : D.S.

Deeds for property in Georgetown, Calif. off Church Street acquired by Jacob Glassman and William Prindle, with sketch maps on tissue attached.

Deeds and title papers for property, 2615 Channing Way, Berkeley, California, 1879-1942.

With these: quit claim deed and deed of gift for property in Sonoma Co., California, 1933-1934.

Deeds for property in Contra Costa County., 1851-1935.

Ctn. 1: 1851-1911; Ctn. 2: 1911-1920; Ctn. 3: 1920-1935.

Deeds for property in San Jose, Calif., 1869-1876.

Includes one from Josiah Belden, 1869.

Deeds to A.N. Lewis for property in El Dorado Co., Calif. : DS, 1906 Dec. 31.

Part of a collection of deeds, agreements, leases, pre-emption notices, powers of attorney, and occasional correspondence, relating to land tenure, sale and transfer of houses and property, disputed land, etc.

Deeds to Prince Jenkins : Falmouth, Mass. : DS (photocopies), 1840-1863.

Two deeds (4 p.) transferring land in Barnstable County, Massachusetts to Prince Jenkins. Signed by Roswell and Elizabeth Hatch and Eunice Hammond before Thomas Fish and George W. Donaldson, Justices of the Peace.

Deeds to property at Spanish Flat, Calif., 1854-1863.

Part of a collection of deeds, agreements, leases, pre-emption notices, powers of attorney, and occasional correspondence, relating to land tenure, sale and transfer of houses and property, disputed land, etc.

Deep Forest records, 1982-2013.

Contains typescript and handwritten poems, short stories, drafts, correspondence, one audiocassette of music performed by Rudy Jon Tanner, and other related materials submitted by various poets and writers to Teresa (Tisa) Walden, owner and editor of Deep Forest, an independent...

Deer Park Lodge, Lake Tahoe, Calif. [graphic]

Two views of the lodge (in summer and winter), one of boating on a lake, and one winter snow scene.

Deering (Mary Jo) typescript

Delivered at the 4th International Colloquium of the Interuniversity Centre for European Studies, Montreal. Photocopy.

Deeter (Amy) California Hiking Clubs scrapbooks

Scrapbooks created by a Contra Costa Hills Club and Sierra Club member

DeFalla Family collection

The DeFalla Family collection consists of CHSSC founding documents, papers and artifacts reflecting Chinese American life, collected by the DeFalla family. It is arranged at a series and sub-series level. This collection is important to CHSSC because it contains items...

"The Defenders of Our Union" broadside, undated

Broadside, with portraits of Lincoln, George Washing, Andrew Johns, Sherman, Grant, Sheridan, Porter, Faragut, and Dahlgreen, n.d. [Wyles Map Cabinet 1/1].

Defenders Television Series - Scripts and Set Plans

was televised 1961 to 1965. The series featured E.G. Marshall and Robert Reed as a father-son team of defense attorneys. The program established a model for social-issue type television series that were created in the early sixties. The collection...

Defensa de la Mystica Ciudad de Dios, de la Venerable Madre Sor M.a de Jesus Agreda : Mexico : ms., 1844.

A treatise by the Jesuit, Arrillaga, in defense of the Mística Ciudad de Dios, a life of the Virgin written by the Spanish nun, María de Ágreda. Consists of 1) a general history of the work and a review of...

Defense of Revilla Gigedo in his Residencia : and other documents, 1795-1802.

Collection of four documents relating to the residencia of Revilla Gigedo the Younger as viceroy of New Spain. Consists of: 1) the defense of Revilla Gigedo, Mexico City, 1795, presented by his attorney, Pedro de Basave, and by Bernal y...

DeFore (Don) papers

This collection contains the papers of American television and film actor Don DeFore (1913-1993). Materials include 31 screenplays, 9 reels of TV film, 16 radio transcriptions of late 1940s programs. Also included are movie magazines, publicity materials, playbills, pressbooks, clippings,...

DeForest (Charlotte B.) Papers

Charlotte DeForest was the daughter of pioneer missionary, John H. DeForest, of the American Board Mission; after graduation from Smith College, she returned to Japan and worked as a missionary educator. She was the President of Kobe College for women,...

DeForest (Charlotte B.) papers

Correspondence, manuscripts of writings and translations, notes, and printed matter, relating to missionary work and education in Japan.

DeForest (John L.) typescript

Relates to the acquaintanceship of J. L. DeForest with the American politician and ambassador John Davis Lodge. Consists of transcribed diary entries, 1950-1986. Photocopy.

Degler (Carl) Papers

Materials include correspondence, research files, drafts, and travel materials, among others....

Degnan (June Oppen) Papers

Papers of June Oppen Degnan, writer, publisher, political activist, and sister of poet George Oppen (1908-1984). Most of the collection documents Degnan's activities as publisher of the San Francisco Review in the 1960s, and her association with New Directions Books....

Degnan (Michael L.) Papers

Papers include correspondence, invoices, certificates and newspaper clippings. Major correspondent: J. Arthur Bullard....

Degras (Jane Tabrisky) typescript

Relates to the history and organization of the Communist International. Photocopy.

Degrees and awards, 1924-1961.

Diploma for Master of Arts degree in history, University of California, 1924; honorary doctorate from Mills College, 1960; fellowship in the California Historical Society, 1959; and award from the American Library Association, 1961.

DeGregorio (Anthony) Italian Pentecostal Collection

The collection contains some biographical details on Anthony DeGregorio but primarily consists of his extensive correspondence with Italian Pentecostal pioneers and the material he collected and used in the writing of ‘The Italian Christian Movement’. Included in his collection are...

DeHaan, Joseph (Korean War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence between PFC Joseph DeHaan, USA, and Dorothy Page during the Korean War as well as photographs and other documents.

DeHay family papers, 1896-1958.

Contents: diary letters of Edward DeHay, describing his voyage from New York to New Orleans, and his life in California, 1915; miscellaneous correspondence and accounts for various members of the family; orders for Parker Hill Spring Water, 1939-1941; and deed...

Dehone (Theodore Judah) Family Collection

The collection consists of biographical materials, business and personal letters to the Judah, and business documents pertaining to the California Eastern Extension Railroad, ephemera relating to the family, portraits of Theodore D. Judah, and books from his library.

Deichmann (Paul) typescript

Relates to the Malta campaign in World War II.

Deihl, Martha and Allen (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from Private Sheldon R. Kressler, USA and Corporal Gene M. Leiby, USA to Martha and Allen Deihl during the Second World War.

Deirdre Lashgari papers, 1962-2004.

This collection contains correspondence, course materials, and writings related to the work of pioneering literary scholar, translator, and poet Deirdre Eberly Lashgari. Includes materials related to her studies at UC Berkeley and classes she taught on women's literature, the literature...

Deirup (Anne Weymouth) Collection on the Desegregation of Berkeley Schools

The Anne Weymouth Deirup Collection on Desegregation of Berkeley Schools, 1954-1979, consists of reports, newsletters, pamphlets and materials relating to the integration of Berkeley public schools and the fight for racial justice and social change. The collection includes Deirup's correspondence,...

Deitrick (James) papers

This material spans the period from 1900-1918 with the bulk from between 1914 and 1917. The collection consists of letters, bills, contracts, powers of attorney and other legal & financial papers, notes, clippings and printed material, photographs, and maps....

DeKay (John Wesley) printed material

Chart outlining a plan to establish an international federation of workers and institutions of intellectual and manual work, contributing to the moral and social regeneration of humanity without distinction as to nationality, race, or religion among men.

Dekker (Albert) papers

Collection consists of clippings, correspondence, playbills, photographs, film stills, and political materials associated with American actor and legislator Albert Dekker (1905-1968).

DeKorn, Philip E. (Second World War correspondence and personal narrative)

This collection contains thirty letters, original, and a personal narrative from RdM2/c Philip E. DeKorn, USN during the Second World War. Also included is biographical information and ship history.

DeKovner-Mayer (Barbara) papers

The Barbara DeKovner-Mayer collection consists of correspondence, printed matter, and photographs relating to an American-Russian person-to-person correspondence and assistance program organized in the United States in 1990 as Friends Assisting Friends.

Del Amo Estate Company Collection

This collection includes ledgers, business and financial papers, correspondence, photographs, maps, prints, newspaper clippings and other materials related to the incorporation, operations, and liquidation of the Del Amo Estate Company. There are also some personal papers of the company’s...

Del Amo Foundation Collection

This collection includes ledgers, correspondence, tax documents, newspapers, scrapbooks, photographs, theses and reports from members of the Board of Trustees, grantees, and staff of the Del Amo Foundation. Subjects include the Spanish Civil War and research and graduate study...

Del Amo Foundation Spanish Civil War Collection

Collection consists of 4 volumes containing 200 black and white and color photographic reproductions of propaganda posters issued by both the Republican and Nationalist forces in the Spanish Civil War, 5 volumes of photographs of events and personalities of the...

Del Amo Nurseries Collection

Materials in this collection are from the San Pedro Rancho Nursery and Del Amo Nursery. They include ledges, tax documents, correspondence, contract information, catalogs, and artifacts on the subjects of growing and providing landscaping materials, daily business practices, contracts with...

Del Carlo (Arnold) Photograph Collection

The Arnold Del Carlo Photograph Collection consists of photographs and negatives, which document the transformation of Santa Clara Valley from orchards to an urban landscape. The years covered by the collection range from the late 1940s to the early 1970s,...

Del Clements (Marcyn) Collection on Virginia Hamilton Adair

The collection contains materials collected by Virginia Hamilton Adair's friend Marcyn Del Clements, including poetry written by Virginia Hamilton Adair, drafts of Adair's first two books, magazines with articles about Adair, and videocassettes related to Adair.

Del Giudice (Luisa) and Tuttle (Edward) Collection

This collection consists of commercially-produced recordings of Italian folk music from Italy and the United States.

Del Monte Corporation letters : San Francisco, Calif., to shareholders : TLS, 1978-1979.

Three form letters (4 p.) discussing the merger of Del Monte Corp. with R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc. Includes photocopies of newspaper clippings.

Del Monte Corporation, Sohm Collection on

Materials collected by Olin Sohm during his tenure in the Industrial Relations Department at Del Monte Corporation, headquartered in San Francisco; and Joseph P. Sohm, retired Quality Control Manager at Del Monte Plant 51 in San Jose, California.

Del Monte Golf Booklet

Booklet on golf at Hotel Del Monte, Monterey, California between 1897 and 1919 featuring copies of maps, illustrations, and photographs.

del Moral (Armando and Amelia) papers

This collection contains typescripts, photographs, newspapers, pamphlets, flyers, correspondence, books, magazines, and other material about the Hispanic entertainment industry in Los Angeles, California. Armando Del Moral was a journalist and a publicist as well as editor of the magazine ,...

Del Rey Fraternity Records

The collection consists primarily of minutes of meetings, guest books, and photographs. The minutes are a combination of volumes (some ledger size) and regular paper. The guest books for various events might be of interest for the art work contained...

Del Rio Winery Board of Directors Meeting Minutes

Del Rio Winery, a wine cooperative, was organized in 1934 in San Joaquin County, California. In 1963, they sold their assets to Guild Wine Co. The collection contains meeting minutes for the Board of Directors from 1934-1964. The minutes contain...

Del Río (Dolores) Collection

This small artificial collection contains various printed promotional items for Mexican and American productions starring Mexican actor Dolores del Río (1904-1983), chiefly dating from 1928 to 1958.

Del Valle Collection, ca.1870s-1900

Photos of the Ygnacio and Reginaldo del Valle families, active in California business and government in the 19th century. Mostly family photos, including views taken at their Rancho Camulos, located in today’s Ventura County, California. ca. 1851-1921, undated (bulk ca....

Del Valle (Desi) Collection of International Lesbian and Gay Association Records

Contains materials related to the International Lesbian and Gay Association, [Gay and Lesbian] Center Liaison Committee (New York) meeting minutes, Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund news releases and photographs from three East Coast events taken by Desi del Valle.

Del Valle Family Papers

Papers relating to Antonio Seferino del Valle, his son Ygnacio, grandson Reginaldo F., and other family members. Activities include their cattle ranching and wine businesses, particularly in Rancho San Francisco and Rancho Camulos, located in today’s Ventura County, California. Other...

Del Valle (Reginaldo Francisco) Papers

A collection of personal and professional material for Reginaldo Francisco Del Valle, California lawyer, politician, and civic leader.

Del Zoppo-Simmons Productions architectural drawings

This collection consists of rolled architectural drawings and drafts of architect Annette Del Zoppo of the Del Zoppo-Simmons Productions company.

Delabere family papers

Boxes 1-14 include journals and accounts containing daily memoranda of the activities of the Delabere family and the administration of their estate....

Delage (Jean) papers

Reports, correspondence, memoranda, instructions, programs, and printed matter, relating to the operation and purpose of youth work camps operated by the Vichy government in France. Includes a chart outlining French social organization, 1941.

DeLancey Floyd-Jones letters : Chicago, Illinois, 1850-1851.

Contains 8 letters to family describing Chicago and his duties there as an American Army officer.

DeLancey (Mark) collection

Reports, speeches, conference papers, minutes, statutes, bulletins, press releases, letters, and printed matter, relating to cooperative movements and economic development in Cameroon.

The Delano Grape Strike and Farmworker Organizing and Advocacy Records (1959 - 2001)

The collection contains materials related to farmworker organizing and their struggle for labor rights and unionization. The majority of the materials draw from the work of the National Farm Worker Association (NFWA), the United Farm Worker Organizing Committee (UFWOC), Cesar...

deLappe (Pele) Papers

Consists of the correspondence and personal papers of Pele (Phyllis) deLappe, amassed during the years 1938-2002. Correspondence includes a large collection of letters from Decca Treuhaft, also known as Jessica Mitford, Steve Murdock, and with various publishers. Papers include typescripts...

Delarue (Allison) Photographs of Men

Photographs by Allison Delarue, a staff member of the McCarter Theatre, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey. The collection primarily consists of photographs of shirtless men.

Delavignette (Robert Louis) papers

Letters, periodicals, reprints of articles, newspaper issues, and newsletters, relating to economic and social conditions in Algeria, independence movements in the African colonies, and French colonial policy.

Delaware Dance Marathon scrapbook

Scrapbook documenting the Delaware (Shellpot Park) Dance Marathon of 1932. The scrapbook contains photographs, clippings, and contestant histories. The scrapbook is accompanied by a clipping of a 1997 article from the New York Times, entitled "Stepping into the past with...

Delawie (Homer) Papers

Papers of San Diego architect Homer Delawie. The papers document Delawie's career as an architect, with information on both completed and unrealized projects. While files exist for many projects, the collection contains very few actual architectural plans. The collection does...

DeLay (Theodore S.) collection of Armed Forces Radio Service memorandums, reports, and other material

Research archive for a history of AFRS activity during World War II. The military radio service broadcast news and entertainment by shortwave wherever U.S. forces were engaged.

Delbrück (Max) Papers

This collection encompasses most of Delbrück's lifetime and chronicles his role in the development of molecular biology. The bulk of the materials date from the time of his immigration to the U.S. in 1946. They include personal and professional correspondence,...

Delco Retirees Group collection

This collection consists of materials gathered by members of the Delco Retirees Group, including memorabilia, artifacts, photographs, historical documents, oral histories, and corporate publications, documenting the guidance systems work for NASA's Apollo lunar program that took place at Delco Systems...

Delegations of Authority records (University of California, Irvine)

The collection comprises superseded University of California, Irvine Delegations of Authority Letters (IDA) and UC Presidential Delegations of Authority Letters (DA) and supporting documentation relevant to the UC Irvine campus. IDAs and DAs are used to convey authority to specific...

Delepine (Alphonse A.) Papers

Travel itinerary, correspondence. Original manuscript material is in French; all having been translated into English except a marriage license and about one page of travels. Translation includes material the library did not receive in French....

Delepine, Alphonse Antoine Papers, 1848-1852

The collection consists of original manuscripts in French. A journal details Delepine's journey on the Eduoard and his short stay with the California Native Americans. There is also a letter written to his father from Sonora in 1850 giving a...

Delepine Papers, 1850-1852.

Notes, itinerary of voyages, agreement, letter, document regarding marriage.

Deleval (Charles) Receipt Book

This collection contains a book of receipts for San Diego businessman Charles Deleval, dated from October 31, 1874 to September 3, 1878.

Delford Benton diary, 1850 May - June 26.

With this, in same volume, his suggestions for travellers, and also a later diary covering the same route kept by James Masterson, April 1853.

Delgado de Torres (Demetrio) papers

Papers of Demetrio Delgado de Torres, Undersecretary of the Spanish Ministry of the Treasury during the period of the Civil War and personal advisor to Juan Negrin, president of the Spanish Republic. The materials, written mostly in Spanish, cover the...

D'Elia (Lou) collection on George Hurrell

George Hurrell began his career as a photographer working for MGM during the Golden Age of Hollywood, during which time he photographed some of the most famous movie stars of the period, and as a result became one of the...

Delinquent Tax Lists

Delinquent Tax Lists consist of 14 volumes. The recorded documents are Proof of Publication documents and are accompanied by published delinquent tax notices from various local newspapers, published in accordance with the California Revenue and Taxation Code, Sections 3351–3385 and...

Delinquent tax sale papers, 1910 July 6.

Includes description of the property and taxes owed the county. It was bought by the County of Owyhee.

Delinquent tax sale papers, 1910 July 6.

Includes description of the property and taxes owed the county. It was bought by Fred Grete.

Dell Paperbacks ephemera

Correspondence, research and ephemera collected by William H. Lyles as part of his research for a book on the history of Dell Paperbacks.

Dell (Paul) collection of documents pertaining to IBRO (International Brain Research Organization)

Internationally known and respected neuroscientist Paul Charles Dell, M.D., was intimately connected with the founding and growth of the International Brain Research Organization (IBRO), an independent non-governmental organization with UNESCO affiliation. This collection covers IBRO documents and correspondence from 1961...

Della Bella (Stefano) Etchings

Four suites of etchings by Stefano della Bella, comprising 35 prints. Primarily decorative, they depict genre scenes of people and animals (in rural settings), fantastic vases, panels of grotesques, and the Medici Villa Demidoff and its gardens near Florence.

Della Haverland collection, circa 1932-1950

. Correspondence, newsletters, lists, clippings and articles, many by Haverland., a former UCSB librarian, about the early days of the William Wyles Collection. Donated in the memory of Della B. Haverland and Stella Haverland Rouse. Latest donation by S. Raby,...

Della Murray Banks letters : Los Angeles, Calif. to Anna Vaughn : TLS, 1945-1950.

Contains letters describing time Della Murray Banks, her husband, and E.A. Vaughn spent in Alaska as sourdoughs during the gold rush in 1896-1897. Also includes diary of Hugh Rodman, which Banks wrote about.

Dellums (Cottrell Laurence) Papers

The C.L. Dellums papers provide insight into Dellums' career as a civil rights activist and labor leader. They encompass files he maintained as both the International Vice-President of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and as a member of the...

Dellums (Cottrell Laurence) Papers

The collection mainly represents C.L. Dellums' years as an International Vice President of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters (BSCP) and contains the organization's records, including correspondence, Executive Board meeting minutes, district administrative papers, agreements with railroad companies, convention proceedings,...

Dellums (Ronald V.) Congressional Papers

The Ronald V. Dellums Congressional Papers are evidence of Dellums' 27-year career (1971-1998) as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives. It includes committee files, constituent correspondence, legislative bills, and personal files relating to his work and legislative achievements...

Delmer Myers Brown papers, 1947-2007.

Includes writings, correspondence, and notebooks of Japanese historian Delmer M. Brown.

Delmont (Alcide) speech

Summation speech for the defense at the trial of H. Dentz, Haute Cour de Justice, Paris, April 20, 1945.

Delmotte (Guy) typescript

Relates to the activities of the Légion nationale, a Belgian fascist organization, 1922-1945. Photocopy.

DeLoach (Daniel B) Papers

Two carbon copy manuscripts entitled To: National Advisory Commission on Food and Fiber and In re: Natural Law.

DeLong (Charles E.) Collection

Diaries, account book, scrapbooks....

DeLong family papers, [ca. 1849-1875].

Includes letters, 1853-1875, written by Charles E. DeLong to his brother, James, and to his wife and other members of his family, from California mining towns, Virginia City, Japan and Washington, D.C., relating to life in the mining country, his...

DeLong (Vaughn Russell) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, writings, minutes, and printed matter, relating to education in American-occupied Hesse, Germany, after World War II; American cultural exchange programs; and international education in the United States.

Delovaia komissiia pomoshchi russkim (Tubabao) records

Financial records, minutes, lists, correspondence, and printed matter relating to Russians evacuated from China to the Tubabao displaced persons camp in the Philippines in 1949.

Delp, Paul S. (academic papers)

This is a small collection of Chapman University faculty member Paul Delp's writings along with a copy of the program from his memorial service.

Delphian Study Club Records

The Delphian Study Club Records documents the San Jose Delphian Club's history and activities.

Delphic Festival miscellany : Delphoi, Greece, 1927.

Three flyers and a letter (2 p.) describe the festival, organized by the poet Angelo Sikelianos, in Delphoi, Greece, May 9-10, 1927. The festival features theatrical and musical performances, games, and exhibitions.

Delta Blues : Isleton in the Great Recession.

Portfolio of documentary views of Isleton, Calif., illustrating the impact of the Great Recession financial crisis on the Sacramento River Delta Region as contrasted with pre-recession views of the area. Portfolio is divided into seven sections: "River" (scenes of residential...

Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, Delta Omicron Chapter Records

The records of the Delta Omicron Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, an honors organization for women in education, contains documents relating to the chapter’s administrative activities, projects and club history.

Delta Line collection

Delta Line collection (SAFR 17216, HDC 308) is comprised of two folders containing daily passenger bulletins from the S.S. Santa Mariana on voyage number 34, 1984; a photocopied article about the vessel; a cruise line guide; and navigation map for...

Delta Upsilon Alumni Association at Stanford University, Records

Records consist of register of certificates of shares (containing stubs and canceled shares), 1897-1923; minute book also containing constitution and by-laws, 1897-1930; financial records, 1913-1930, including miscellaneous correspondence; official Articles of Incorporation from State of California, 1897; and three publications...

Deluc (Emile) collection

Orders, proclamations, regulations, and memorabilia, relating to activities of the Garde bourgeoise, an auxiliary civilian police force created in German-occupied Brussels during World War I.

Delzell (Charles F.) speeches and writings

Report relating to political and economic conditions in Italy, 1949; typescript of the book by C. F. Delzell, Mussolini's Enemies: The Italian Anti-Fascist Resistance (Princeton, 1961); and a speech transcript entitled "War and Anti-Fascism: A Personal Memoir," 1989, relating to...

DeMack (Joseph) papers

Photographs depicting American airplanes and airmen on the Pacific Ocean air base of Tinian.

DeMarais (Virginia) Anza Borrego Region Collection

This collection consists of material collected by Virginia DeMarais pertaining to the history, development, and population of Borrego Springs and the Anza-Borrego region, as well as a small collection of her personal papers.

Demarest Family Collection

The Demarest family collection consists chiefly of an unpublished typescript, "California Gold," by David Durie Demarest's oldest son, David Clarence Demarest(1866-1962). It embraces 51 chapters divided into three volumes. The work's preface is followed by a typescript copy of David...

Demarest (Gary) Papers

Rev. Dr. Gary Demarest served as Director of Evangelism for the Presbyterian Church General Assembly in 1988, until his retirement in 1993. He has served in a variety of pastoral capacities, including pastor of the La Cañada Presbyterian Church (1965-1988)...

DeMars, Vernon Collection, 1933-2001

The collection spans the years 1933 to 2001, and includes DeMars' personal papers, records from his private practice and professional career, and materials generated by the firms DeMars & Reay, DeMars & Wells, and DeMars & Maletic.

Dement (William C.) papers

Collection mainly consists of correspondence, administrative records from various sleep research organizations he was involved in, and sleep studies and research. It also includes course materials and student work from the Sleep and Dreams course he taught at Stanford....

Demeter newspapers and ephemera

This collection contains newspapers, posters, programs, and other materials related to Demeter Resources, a nonprofit women's organization founded in 1978, dedicated to the growth of the feminist community and the development of women's culture in the Monterey Bay area. The...

Demetropoulos (Constantine) postage stamp collection

Tsarist Russian stamps issued in China; stamps issued by German occupation forces in Russia during World War I; Russian provisional government, White Russian and British occupation force stamps issued in Russia during the Russian Revolution and Civil War; and early...

DeMille (Cecil B.) collection

The collection is comprised of material assembled and separated from the Cecil B. DeMille Photographs during processing. The collection consists primarily of script and research material for SAMSON AND DELILAH (1949), clippings, miscellaneous papers related to Paramount Studios, and correspondence,...

DeMille (Cecil B.) collection

This collection chiefly consists of scripts, awards, scrapbooks, and a small group of papers of American film director and producer Cecil B. DeMille (1881-1959).

DeMille (Cecil B.) photographs

The Cecil B. DeMille photographs span the 1890s-1959 (bulk 1914-1956) and encompass approximately 64 linear feet. Seventy productions, from 1914 to 1956, are represented. Films directed by DeMille are covered extensively, with scenes and off-camera photographs showing various aspects of...

DeMille (William C.) papers

Collection consists of scripts and essays written by director, writer, producer William C. DeMille (1878-1955) and his wife writer Clara Beranger (1886-1956). Also includes clippings, playbills, correspondence, and miscellaneous production materials covering the years 1896-1953.

Demjanowicz (Eugenjusz) miscellany

Photographs and military document, relating to railway bridge construction on the Polish-Romanian border.

Democracy and Unification in Korea collection

The collection is mostly about Korean human rights and democratic development during the 1970s and 1980s in the United States. Also, it contains information on how American religious and citizen groups participated in activities in Washington, DC and abroad to...

Democracy: video tape

Relates to political and race relations in South Africa. Produced by the Institute for a Democratic Alternative for South Africa.

Democracy Wall (collection on)

The collection on Democracy Wall consists of eight pamphlets, three pages of handwritten notes, and newspaper clippings relating to Democracy Wall in Beijing and the final years of the Cultural Revolution. All of the material in this collection was found...

Democratic campaigns and controversies, 1954-1966 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1981.

Discusses interest in Democratic Party; work in several campaigns, including coordinating Adlai Stevenson's 1956 presidential campaign in southern California, Pat Brown's 1958 and 1966 gubernatorial campaigns, 1960 presidential campaign; working relationship with Pat Brown; assessment of the Brown administration.

Democratic National Convention 2016 Collection

This collection is part of CSUF Archives and Special Collections' Freedom Center. It i

Democratic National Convention pass and portrait, 1920

Guest Pass, Seventh Session, with engraved portrait of Woodrow Wilson. San Francisco, 28 June 1920. Alpha list.

Democratic revolution in Czechoslovakia conference proceedings

Sound recordings of proceedings, and printed copies of preparatory briefing materials for conference participants, relating to political events in Czechoslovakia from 1987 to 1989, culminating in the fall of the communist regime.

Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee collection

This collection reflects the activities and political sentiments of the Democratic Socialist Organizing Committee, which began in 1973 and merged with the New American Movement in 1982 to form the Democratic Socialists of America. It comprises periodicals, pamphlets, and one...

Democratic Socialist Party collection

This collection contains discussion and information bulletins and various education materials that reflect the political sentiments and educational activities of the Democratic Socialist Party (DSP). The DSP began as the Socialist Workers Party of Australia in 1972, changed its name...

Democratic State Central Committee Records

The records of the Democratic State Central Committee are drawn from the papers of Elizabeth Snyder. Elizabeth Snyder was born April 8, 1914 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Her political career began during college with the Young Democrats. She received her graduate...

Democratic State Convention Roll Call

Roll call of the Democratic State Convention , Santa Cruz, 1904

Demokraticheskaia Rossiia records

The records relate to politics in Russia and to the 1991 presidential campaign of Boris Yeltsin. They include minutes of meetings, resolutions, statements, appeals, stenographic records, press reviews, and video recordings.

Demolition of the Embarcadero Freeway (San Francsico, Calif.) following the Loma Prieta earthquake [graphic] /

Photographs document the demolition of San Francisco's Embarcadero Freeway, which was damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake.

DeMoon (Lola) Papers

Material includes T-shirts, audiocassette tapes, publications, including Bear Scratchings newsletters and Frontiers Newsmagazine (2002-2004), ephemera, and a 1988 Lavender Law sourcebook. Major subjects in the collection include ACT UP and AIDS, San Francisco Lesbian and Gay Freedom Day, and Lavender...

DeMots (Glenn) collection on Gary Cooper

This collection consists of scripts, publicity materials, books, sheet music, magazines and photographs that feature actor Gary Cooper (1901-1961), collected by Glenn DeMots.

DeMott (Arthur E.) Civilian Conservation Corps photograph album

An album of photographs documenting Civilian Conservation Corps projects in California compiled by Arthur E. DeMott. Activities pictured in the photographs include the construction of "Dalton Camp F-126," construction at Tanbark Flats, and the building of a dam.

Den, Bell, and Luton Families Papers

The papers of the Den, Bell, and Luton Families are focused largely on land ownership by brothers Nicholas and Richard Den, early settlers of Santa Barbara and Los Angeles, and their heirs. They highlight the transition in land tenure during...

Den Family Papers

This file Includes the extensive Den Family history beginning in Ireland and ending with the two Den brothers becoming some of the most successful and wealthy landowners and ranchers in Southern California. The folder contains the detailed history of the...

Den family papers

Certificates and records of service in the Russian Imperial army.

Den (Petr) papers

Correspondence, writings, radio transcripts, serial issues, and other printed matter relating to Czechoslovak émigré affairs, Czechoslovak culture, and Western radio broadcasting to Czechoslovakia.

Denber (Herman C.B.) papers

Documents related to the career of Herman C.B. Denber....

Denbo (Richard M.) Personal Papers

Richard M. Denbo was born on March 10, 1897 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Denbo served as an aviation engine mechanic. He transferred his interest as an auto mechanic to aircraft engines when he enlisted in the Army Air Corps...

Deng Zumou papers

Writings and correspondence relating to American, West German, and Japanese military relations with Taiwan.

Dengler, Fianna Collection

Collection of notes regarding the Women’s Temperance Union in Contra Costa County. These notes include the names of officers and the minutes of meetings.

Denikin (Anton Ivanovich) typescript

Relates to the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and especially to interpretations of events of the Revolution and Civil War made by Nikolai N. Golovin in his book Rossiiskaia Kontr-revoliutsiia v 1917-1918 g. g. (Paris, 1937).

Denikina (Kseniia) typescript

Relates to the southern and western fronts during the Russian Civil War. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).

[Denis?] Smith letter, 1960 June 12

One letter (TLS) to Allan and Mrs. Nevins, re trip to Pasadena, the Huntington, Santa Barbara, and elsewhere, doing research. Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 12 June 1960. Alpha list.

Denise Levertov letter, circa late 20th century

One letter (ALS) to Dave [?], re an interview he conducted with her and her impressions of L.A. New York, n.d.

Denise Levertov miscellany, 1964-1982.

Collection contains a letter (3 p., Jan. 2 1973) from Levertov to Philip Whalen, complementing Whalen's recent novel and discussing Robert Duncan and Carol Berge. Also includes an annotated galley proof for Levertov's Candles in Babylon, which was apparently given...

Denise Lubett papers, approximately 1970-1998.

Contains papers and records related to Denise Lubett's work as a fine press bookbinder in London, England including work orders, designs, drafts, drawings, sketches, photographic proofs (8 x 10, black and white) and color slides of finished works, various other...

Denishawn (The Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn School of Dancing and Its Related Arts) letter, circa 1924-1925

One letter (ALS) on Denishawn letterhead stationery, to Miss Wirt Hicks, thanking her for becoming a founder subscriber to the Denishawn Magazine. New York, [ca. 1924-1925].

Denison (Charles H.) Journal

This folder contains two photocopied pages from the original diary of Charles H. Denison who came to California on January 16th, 1849 on board the "Barque Madonna".

Denison letters, 1856-1869.

Samuel Denison letters. Mexico City. 1856-1857. Also, two letters to Thomas Denison from 1868-1869: one from his mother and the other from Marry[?] E. Wainwrights in Shanghai, China. Total 21 letters, 35 pages, and 3 envelopes.

Denison letters, 1856-1869.

Samuel Denison letters. Mexico City. 1856-1857. Also, two letters to Thomas Denison from 1868-1869: one from his mother and the other from Marry[?] E. Wainwrights in Shanghai, China. Total 21 letters, 35 pages, and 3 envelopes.

Denisov (S. V. (Sviatoslav Varlaamovich)) papers

These papers contain the correspondence and writings of Sviatoslav V. Denisov, Major General of the Don Cossack Army and participant in the Don Cossack uprising of 1918. In emigration, Denisov was president of the Cossack Union in the United States,...

Denkschrift aus Deutsch-Osterreich printed material

Relates to Central European political, economic, and military federation.

Denman Family Photograph Collection

The collection consists of photographs of the Mayne R. Denman family of Greensburg, Pennsylvania. Mr. Denman worked for the Smith Premier Typewriter Company in eastern Ohio and West Virginia. There is a Los Angeles address on one of the photographs.

Denman (William) Papers

Correspondence; reports; speeches and publications; legal and financial papers; briefs, arguments and other legal documents; copies of judicial opinions; scrapbooks; clippings. Mainly concerning his legal and judicial career, his interest in politics and judicial and electoral reforms, his chairmanship of...

Denmark newspaper collection

The newspapers in this collection were originally collected by the Hoover Institution Library and transferred to the Archives in 2019. The Denmark newspaper collection (1914-1954) comprises twelve unique titles of publication, in both Danish and German. All of the titles...

Denning (Donald Gordon) papers

The papers of Donald Gordon Denning, entomologist, and a leading authority on the caddis fly. Included are his correspondence, manuscripts, notebooks, photographs, drawings, and an oversized box of glass shards wrapped in foam.

Dennis & Farwell and Oliver P. Dennis Architecture Photographs

Photographs of Los Angeles-area buildings and residences designed by Oliver P. Dennis or his partnership Dennis & Farwell, approximately 1895 to 1913.

Dennis (Alfred) scripts

Actor Alfred Dennis has appeared on film, television and stage. The collection consists of scripts that appear to be related to Dennis' local and/or community theater involvement.

Dennis (Douglas) collection

Correspondence between Angola inmate Douglas Dennis and others, especially attorney and prison reform advocate Robert Perske.

Dennis (Faith) Travel Journals and Scrapbooks

Travel journals and scrapbooks created by Faith Dennis, curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1913-1985.

Dennis Holt collection, circa 1978-1980

Poetry and ephemera by Holt, sent to Philip Whalen. Alpha list.

Dennis Holt poem, 1983

One poem, "For IV." Santa Barbara

Dennis (Jan) Papers

This collection contains material collected and authored by Jan Dennis regarding Manhattan Beach local politics and history. The majority of this collection contains Manhattan Beach City Council meeting minutes, agendas, memorandums, staff reports, and resolutions; and clippings, reports, flyers, brochures,...

Dennis (Lawrence) papers

Correspondence and writings relating to fascist and isolationist movements in the United States, and to American politics and foreign policy. Includes copies of the newsletters edited by L. Dennis, and subscription records.

Dennis Lynds oral history, 2005

Interviewer: David Russell. Interviewee(s): Dennis Lynds. Transcript: Yes, for Tapes 1-8. Related materials: Background/research materials.

Dennis M. Ogawa Nippu Jiji photograph collection

The Dennis M. Ogawa Nippu Jiji Photograph Collection are made available at the courtesy of the Hawaii Times Photo Archives Foundation. This long-term collaborative project started with the Foundation rescuing and organizing about 25,000 published and unpublished photographs and supporting...

Dennis (Reid W.) photograph collection of San Francisco Gold Rush era art

The Reid W. Dennis photograph collection of San Francisco Gold Rush era art, 1850, (SAFR 23151, P00-013) is comprised of photographs of John Prendergast pencil drawings and Frederick Tobin paintings depicting San Francisco, California, and the surrounding San Francisco Bay...

Dennis Renault posters [graphic].

Title supplied by cataloger.

Dennis the Menace Playground Development Scrapbook 1952-1957

Scrapbook documents the planning, fundraising, and development of Dennis the Menace Playground in Monterey.

Dennis the Menace Playground Scrapbook

In the spring of 1952, the Monterey City Planning Commission designated a rubbish dump site at Lake El Estero for a new city recreation area, including a baseball park, a picnic area, and a childrenʼs playground. The Monterey Peninsula Junior...

Dennis W. Sinclair collection of Peace and Freedom Party materials, 1967-1980 (bulk 1968).

Peace and Freedom Party materials, much of which is related to Eldridge Cleaver and his 1968 presidential campaign on the Party ticket. Includes Peace and Freedom Party literature, materials from state affiliates, ephemera, and literature from and about other groups...

Dennis (William Cullen) papers

Correspondence, writings, legal briefs, legal case files, other legal records, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to international arbitration of boundary disputes and legal claims against governments brought by foreign nationals, and to efforts for the promotion of international law,...

Dennis (William M.) Collection

40 three-picture Gem lantern slides of various scenes and subjects, ca. 1900. One ten-picture demonstration slide for the Edison Home Kinetoscope, ca. 1905. Photograph of Centaur Film Co., ca. 1913. Roll of Edison Home Kinetoscope Film "The Tramp's Revenge" ca....

[Dennis Witmer landscape photographs of Alaska].

Complete sets of two photographic projects by Dennis Witmer: Far to the North (ffALB box 1) and Alaska as the Measure (fffALB boxes 1-2). Far to the North includes views of the Brooks Range taken in 1996 and comprises all...

Dennison (A.L.)( Leon) maritime collection

Diaries, account books, photos, documents, correspondence, engineering blueprints and architectural drawing templates (among other items) relating to the career of A.L. (Leon) Dennison.

Denny (Melcena Burns) Plays

This small group consists mainly of materials dealing with the production of two plays by California writer Melcena Burns Denny (1876–1974): "Black Bart, The Lone Robber of Calaveras" and "Lola Montez, The Spider Dancer"

Denny Shaffer papers, approximately 1970-1994.

Contains Sierra Club records, including Board of Directors meeting minutes, Budget Committee files, Sierra Club Committee on Political Education (SCCOPE) files, and Sierra Club Foundation Board of Trustee meeting minutes. Also includes correspondence and speeches, particularly from the years 1982-1984,...

Denny Shaffer Sierra Club papers, 1978-1987.

Papers relating to Denny Shaffer's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Denny (William) Collection

Collection includes scores (chiefly manuscript) of Denny's compositions for piano, orchestra, and organ; correspondence from 1937 through 1973; clippings and programs related to performances, drafts, sketches, and class exercises....

Densham, (Robert S.) Papers

Records of artist Robert S. Densham Cal Poly Emeritus Professor, commercial artist, and former Cuesta College advisor. Collection is unprocessed and requires advance notice for research access.

Denslow (Jack) Collection

These materials, collected by Jack Denslow, document the life of Henrique Vivian Messetti, a writer, performer, and member of a vaudeville-circus family active during the 1920's-1940's. Messetti was born on September 5, 1918 in Spain where his parents were performing....

Denslow (Pat) papers

Pat Denslow (30 April 1918 - 11 September 2005) was a lesbian activist and organizer. She worked heavily with both the Southern California Women for Understanding (SCWU) as well as Old Lesbians Organizing for Change (OLOC). This collection includes interview...

Denslow (W. W.) Drawings

The collection consists of original artwork by W. W. Denslow for and all part of the Denslow's Picture Books for Children series published by G.W. Dillingham Co. in 1903.

Densmore (Frances) Papers

Frances Densmore was an American ethnographer and ethnomusicologist born in 1867 in Red Wing, Minnesota. She wrote more than 20 books and 100 articles. She also made more than 2,000 wax cylinder recordings of Native music, including recordings for the...

Densmore (Harold Amos "Denny") Family Papers

Includes material about longtime Southern Pacific telegrapher and station agent Harold Densmore’s adult life collected by his daughter Sandra (Densmore) Parker.

Densmore Mine records, circa 1857-1995 (bulk 1920-1954).

Minutes, correspondence, stock certificates, rolled plans and maps, and other records. Mine is located near Columbia, California.

Densmore (W. R.) Photograph Album of Early Automobile Touring

An album of over 100 photographs chronicling early automotive tours across the United States, 1904-1915.

Dent (Harry S.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1972

The Harry Dent file group includes information pertaining to his tenure as Deputy Counsel and as Special Counsel to the President. Dent's responsibilities included liaison with the South and the many Federal agencies. Some topics in the Dent files are...

Dent (J.M.) & Sons - File Copies of Printed Books

Joseph Malaby Dent (1849-1926) was an English bookbinder who created finely produced classics by Shakespeare, Scott, Dickens and Jane Austen. He also published illustrated books and the series, which was to contain the most important works of world literature with...

Dental Oral History Project Records

Includes tapes, transcripts, biographical materials, photographs, of oral history interviews with sixteen dentists from the San Francisco Bay Area, and correspondence and records associated with the project....

Dental Oral History Project Transcripts

Includes tapes, transcripts, biographical materials, photographs, of oral history interviews (1984-87) with twelve dentists from UCSF School of Dentistry faculty, and correspondence and records associated with the project. The principal interviewer was Lynne Baldassare-Cruz, Dental Student IV....

Dentist Account Book

Collection consists of an account book which records in manuscript, on pre-printed forms (two per sheet) the dental patient's name, procedure performed, amount charged, amount received on account, and balance due, for transactions numbered 10600-10899 at a St. Louis dentist's...

Dentistry (School of). Publications.

Record Series 191 contains publications of UCLA's School of Dentistry.

Denton Family Papers

The collection contains family papers, land deeds, business papers related to Denton land surveys, and several maps of the Baja California region.

Denton family papers, [ca. 1579-1942]

Approximately 123 items: mainly indentures for property of the family in England, copies of portraits, genealogical material.

Denton Ranch Collection (Jacume, Baja California Norte, Mexico)

Title documents and correspondence related to the ownership of the Denton Ranch, also known as Rancho Jacume, located on the international border in Baja California Norte, Mexico near La Rumerosa. The collection forms the documentation for the Denton Family's claim...

Denton (Richard) papers

Avengers Motorcycle Club administrative records, subject files on gay and lesbian organizations, and personal papers, 1931-1988, from Richard Denton. Denton worked as a minister and librarian for Presbyterian churches throughout California. In the 1970s he became a member and officer...

Dentz (Henri Fernand) typescript

Relates to events in Syria during World War II.

Dentzel (Carl S.) Collection

The documents the work and influences of Carl S. Dentzel throughout his lifetime as a journalist and a community activist, including the renaming of the city of Northridge, the coverage of the conflicts abroad between the U.S., Central America, South...

Dentzel (Carl S.) Photograph Collection of the American West

Photographs of the American West, dating from the 1870s to the 1890s, collected by Carl S. Dentzel (1913-1980), director of the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, California, including a disbound album of photographs of Alaska taken by A. L. Broadbent....

Denuncio de la Mina ... en la Loma del Rancho de los Capulines ... con el Nombre de Nra Señora de Guadalupe : Atotonilco el Grande, Hidalgo, Mexico : Ds.S, 1778 Jan. 26-Mar. 16.

Claim for a mine, including petition, testimony of witnesses, copies of public announcements, and grant of the land signed by the petitioner and by officials.

Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Accident Reports

Miscellanous accident reports (primarily derailments) detailed on D&RG forms.

Denver and Rio Grande Railroad Company correspondence, 1897-1898.

Four typescript letters from various parties involved in resolving a dispute concerning compensation for the use of Pueblo Indian land for a railroad right-of-way that had been partially prepared and then abandoned by the railroad company. Correspondence includes that from...

Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Legal Case

Case before District Court, Lake County, Colorado, D&RGW vs. S.J. Peterson.

Denver (James W.) Letters


Denver (James William) Papers

Consists of personal, political, business and family correspondence of James William Denver and his family. Topics reflect the political focus of Denver and his family, with speculation about political success, discussion of the nuts and bolts of politicking, and the...

DePalma (Anthony) papers

Writings and correspondence, relating mainly to Herbert L. Matthews and his reportage of the Cuban revolution. Includes government documents relating to Matthews obtained in response to Freedom of Information Act requests. Used as research material for the book by Anthony...

DePaoli (Geri) Papers

Geri DePaoli is an artist and art historian. The collection contain materials related to her work on two exhibitions, The Trans Parent Thread: Asian Philosophy in Recent American Art, which was organized by the Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University and the...

Department of African American Studies records (University of California, Irvine)

The UC Irvine Department of African American Studies was founded in 2016. It began as a multidisciplinary program for African American studies within the School of Humanities, offering a minor starting in 1991, and a major in 1998. This collection...

Department of Anthropology motion pictures (University of California, Irvine)

The collection consists of 9 motion picture film reels from the University of California, Irvine, Department of Anthropology documenting the construction and use of a canoe by a craftsman named Uliulileave from Satalo, Samoa, as well as the work of...

Department of Anthropology Records

The bulk of this collection consists of correspondence files maintained by the Department of Anthropology for the period of A.L. Kroeber's career, although it includes others prominent in the department throughout this period. These files reflect the professional and research...

Department of Asian American Studies records (University of California, Irvine)

This collection comprises the records of the University of California, Irvine, Department of Asian American Studies. The Department of Asian American Studies was founded out of student activism in the early 1990s and offers an undergraduate major, minor, the country's...

The Department of Biochemistry and the molecular approach to biomedicine at the University of California, San Francisco : oral history transcript / 1998-

Education; early career at universities of Illinois, Stanford, and Washington; research on galactosemia, aldolase, RNA polymerase, pancreatic differentiation; Department of Biochemistry and Biophysics, University of California, San Francisco [UCSF]: recruitment, development of department, introducing molecular approach, administrative and science strategy,...

Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering Records

The Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering Records contain subject files, correspondence, files related to the American Society of Agricultural Engineers, and farm building plans. The collection also contains an index of images and associated negatives that were photographed by...

Department of Chicano/Latino Studies records (University of California, Irvine)

The Chicano/Latino Studies Department was an interdisciplinary department organized to provide undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to examine the historical and contemporary experiences of Americans of Latino origin or ancestry. This collection includes emails, posters, reports, meeting minutes,...

Department of Community Planning Collection

This collection contains Department of Community Planning Staff Reports relating to architecturally and historically significant homes in Carmel-by-the-Sea. The Department of Community Planning and Building is responsible for land-use management, design review, construction activities, and environmental quality in Carmel-by-the-Sea. The...

Department of Creative Writing records (University of California, Riverside)

This collection contains typescripts, booklets, fliers, and other material regarding the University of California, Riverside, Department of Creative Writing, which is the only Bachelor of Arts offered in Creative Writing in the University of California system. Mostly contains information on...

Department of Dance records (University of California, Riverside)

The collection consists of materials produced and collected by the Department of Dance at the University of California, Riverside. Items in the collection include publicity materials, clippings files, videos, DVDs (and other formats) of dance performances, and a quantity of...

Department of Drama records (University of California, Irvine)

This collection contains records created by the Department of Drama at the University of California, Irvine. Materials include invitations, programs, announcements, brochures, costume designs by Richard Triplett, and administrative and departmental documents kept by Triplett during his tenure at UCI.

Department of English and Comparative Literature publications (University of California, Irvine)

The collection comprises reports, brochures, handbooks, course announcements, magazines, directories, memoranda, and fliers created by the University of California, Irvine (UCI), Department of English and Comparative Literature.

Department of Entomology and Parasitology records

Records of the University of California, Berkeley Department of Entomology dating from approximately 1954 to 1985.

Department of Environmental Health Records

This collection consists of three editions of Food Safety, a publication of the Consumer Protection Division of the Department of Environmental Health. The editions are from 1995, 2000, and 2008.

Department of History course materials (University of California, Irvine)

The Department of History Course Materials document graduate and undergraduate history courses offered at the University of California, Irvine from 1965 to 1990. Every regular academic quarter from Fall 1965 (UCI's first quarter of instruction) through Summer 1983 is represented,...

Department of History field reports (University of California, Riverside)

Graduate student field reports from the Department of History's Public History Program. Students in this program are required to complete a ten-week long internship that culminates in the creation of a field report. The length and content of the field...

Department of History records (University of California, Irvine)

This collection contains administrative records of the Department of History at the University of California, Irvine from 1966-1988. Documents include early records from founding department chair Henry Cord Meyer, as well as correspondence, minutes and agendas, memoranda, clippings, and ephemera....

Department of Information and Computer Science records (University of California, Irvine)

This collection consists of records documenting the University of California, Irvine's computer systems, facilities, and programs from 1965-1984. It includes information about UCI's early technology efforts and the Physics Computer Development Project, as well as manuals, user guides, and articles...

Department of Intercollegiate Athletics records (University of California, Riverside)

This collection contains budgets, receipts, photographs, schedules, team manuals, newspaper clippings, signed volleyballs, catalogues, jerseys, jackets and other material regarding the Department of Intercollegiate Athletics records at the University of California, Riverside which features 17 sports competing at the NCAA...

Department of Medical Pathology Oral History Recordings

The collection contains audio recordings of interviews conducted by Joann Leach Larkey for the Chairmen of the Department of Medical Pathology, University of California, Davis Oral History Project. The interviews were conducted to mark the 25th Anniversary of the founding...

Department of Music Concert Programs and Flyers Collection

The Department of Music Concert Programs and Flyers collection (1966-2016) praimarily contains programs and flyers promoting concerts and events from the Department of Music at California State University, Dominguez Hills.

Department of Music publications (University of California, Irvine)

This collection comprises publications of the University of California, Irvine, Department of Music. The collection largely contains programs from performances, as well as course descriptions and performance advertisements.

Department of Music records (University of California, Riverside)

This collection contains press releases, newspaper clippings, flyers, posters, programs, calendars, and other material on the Department of Music at the University of California, Riverside, which offers a B.A. in various aspects of music, as well as an M.A./Ph.D. Mostly...

Department of Natural Resources report

Department of Natural Resources report (SAFR 17387, HDC 254) dated 1940, is on tuna refrigeration by H.C. Godsil of the California State Fisheries Laboratory. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

Department of Philosophy records (University of California, Irvine)

This collection contains administrative records of the Department of Philosophy at the University of California, Irvine from 1982-2000. It includes syllabi, course descriptions, memoranda, flyers, annual reports, course proposals, academic planning reports, and a Proposal to Restructure the PhD Program...

Department of Physics Records

Contains correspondence files, budget materials, records of departmental meetings, material re research projects, instructional files. Includes records from the chairmanships of E.P. Lewis, E.E. Hall, R.T. Birge and C. Helmholz.

Department of Religious Studies records

These records contain correspondence, reports, and meeting minutes pertaining to the Department of Religious Studies in the early 1970s. The majority of these records pertain to discussions about the Catholicity of the merging USD College for Men and College...

Department of Religious Studies records (University of California, Riverside)

This collection contains proposals, pamphlets, correspondence, records and other material on the University of California, Riverside, Department of Religious Studies, which is focused on encouraging students to become well-informed and independent thinkers prepared to learn and engage in scholarly research...

Department of Special Collections & University Archives records (University of California, Riverside)

This collection contains material regarding the Department of Special Collections & University Archives, including the Eaton Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Includes the administrative records of the department such as minutes of meetings, monthly/yearly usage statistics, and departmental forms....

Department of Studio Art publications (University of California, Irvine)

The collection comprises publications from the Department of Studio Art at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) and its predecessors. The materials primarily document events held at the campus art gallery and offerings in early academic art programs at UCI.

Department of Viticulture and Enology Records

On April 15, 1880, the California Legislature enacted Assembly Bill 374 providing for the special instruction "pertaining to Viticulture and the theory and practice of fermentation, distillation and rectification, and the management of cellars" in the University of California, Berkeley...

Department of Viticulture and Enology Wine Label Collection

This collection, assembled by the UC Davis Viticulture and Enology Department from the 1970s to the early 1990s, contains wine labels from United States wineries from circa 1947-1990. Wine labels from other countries such as Australia, France, Germany, and South...

Departmental records, 1822-1845.

C-A 46 Tomos I-III; C-A 47 Tomos IV-VI; C-A 48 Tomos VII-VIII; C-A 49 Tomos IX-XIV.

Departmental state papers : Benicia, 1829-1846.

Part of the Archives of California, extracts and copies of documents (273 v. and loose papers) assembled in the U.S. Surveyor General's Office, San Francisco. Made for H.H. Bancroft by and under the direction of Thomas Savage, 1876-1877. Originals destroyed,...

Departmental state papers : Los Angeles.

Part of Archives of California, extracts and copies of documents (273 v. and loose papers) assembled in the U.S. Surveyor General's Office, San Francisco. Made for H.H. Bancroft by and under the direction of Thomas Savage, 1876-1877. Originals destroyed, 1906.

Departmental State Papers : San José, 1785-1840.

Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection.

Departmental state papers, 1821-1846.

Part of Archives of California, extracts and copies of documents (273 v. and loose papers) assembled in the U.S. Surveyor General's Office, San Francisco. Made for H.H. Bancroft by and under the direction of Thomas Savage, 1876-1877. Originals destroyed, 1906.

Depelchin (Jacques) speeches

Sound recordings of speeches, relating to political conditions in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Depew (Ann Miller) papers

Memoirs, correspondence, clippings, other printed matter, and memorabilia, relating to conditions in Japanese internment camps in the Philippines during World War II.

Deportation of I.W.W. copper miners from Bisbee, Arizona

Photographs depict the arrest and deportation of over a thousand striking copper mine workers in Bisbee, Arizona on July 12, 1917.

Deportations of 14 June 1941: Crimes against Humanity conference materials

Relates to Soviet deportations from Latvia and elsewhere in the Soviet Union during World War II.

Deposit form, Confederate States of America

Deposit form for bonds purchased from the Confederate States of America, issued in 1885. This document summarized CSA bonds deposited with the National Safe Deposit Company, Limited of England.

Depositions in the case Joaquin Young vs. Territory of Oregon, 1855.

Depositions from John Rowland, Barbara Slover, Rafael Sanchez and William G. Dryden in Los Angeles County, California, concerning Ewing Young, Maria Josepha Tafaya and their alleged child, Joaquín.

Deputy Judge Advocates Office, 7708 War Crimes Group, Headquarters European Command War Crimes Reviews and Recommendations collection

Copies of 7 "Review and Recommendations of the Deputy Judge Advocate for War Crimes" for United States vs Hans Altfuldisch et al, United States vs Friederich Becker et al, United States v. Josias Prince zu Waldeck et al, United States...

DePuy (Joanne) Papers

Photographs, business records, correspondence, clippings, and audiovisual material related to Napa Valley entrepreneur and wine enthusiast Joanne DePuy's businesses, especially Wine Tours International; the Napa Valley Wine Symposium; and the Paris Wine Tasting of 1976 (popularly known as the Judgment...

Der Politische Soldat: Politischer und Kultureller Informationsdienst für den Einheitsführer collection

The collection comprises a sequential run of all but seven issues of a Nazi Party periodical published by the Nationalsozialistische (NS) Führungsstab der Wehrmacht in cooperation with the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP) toward the end of World War II. The...

Derakhshesh (Mohammad) writings

Summarized translation of a book, and memoranda, relating to political developments in Iran since the revolution of 1979, and to their effects on Iranian education. Photocopy.

Derby (Howard) Collection

The Derby Collection consists principally of notes and transcriptions of materials on early Pacific Coast Methodism (1845-1875) compiled by Derby for historian Leon Loofbourow from nineteenth century Methodist publications. Other materials include clippings files on California government, politics and geography...

Derieva, (Regina) papers

The papers consist of correspondence (only incoming letters), writings, personal papers (including legal records and documents), audio material, photography archive, drawings and paintings, newspaper clippings and printed materials, spanning the years 1949-2015....

Dering (Richard) Letters

Letters providing a detailed account of Dering's activities and travels in Sonora, Baja California, the islands of the Gulf of California, and up the Pacific Coast to San Francisco. Written principally from Isla Elide, Georges Island, Guaymas, Magdalena Bay, and...

Derkum (Adam C.) Papers

Collection consists of photographs and papers related to Adam C. Derkum's career as a high school teacher in the Philippines....

Derleth, Charles

The Charles Derleth Papers, 1893-1953, include engineering project records, documents from Derleth's tenure at the University of California, Berkeley College of Civil Engineering, a personal scrapbook, scrapbooks from the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, and collected reference materials. Project...

Derleth (Charles) papers

The collection consists of correspondence, engineering reports, blueprints, photographs, notes, and news clippings relating to Derleth's work as a consulting engineering on the Golden Gate Bridge, Carquinez Bridge, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, a proposed Richmond-San Rafael Bridge, Antioch Bridge, U.S....

Derleth (Charles) Papers - Photographs of the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, 1868-1908, bulk 1906-1908

The collection consists of four albums of views collected by Charles Derleth of fires and ruins immediately following the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. The albums have been divided by Derleth into 28 subject groupings that include seismographic records, geological views...

Derman (Lou) papers

Lou Derman was a comedy writer whose numerous credits include co-creator and head writer of the television series , and writer and producer of . The collection consists of bound volumes of various radio and television scripts related to Dermans...

DeRome (Albert Walton) Papers

Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, advertisements, and extensive photographs documenting urban renewal and redevelopment efforts in San Jose, California, during the late 1960s to early 1990s.

Derrah (Robert Vincent) papers

The Robert Vincent Derrah papers span 18 linear feet and date from circa 1922 to circa 1946. The collection is primarily composed of architectural drawings, reprographic copies, and presentation boards of commercial and residential buildings, including a house and a...

Derrick (Clarence J.) Papers

Collection consists of photographs and manuscripts of technical writing by Clarence J. Derrick. Subjects include the importance of earthquake amplitude in aseismic design, the distortion analysis method, the significance of model tests, and two sets of experiments. ...

Derrick (Hubert G.) Papers

The collection contains publications written by Hubert G. Derrick about his faith and personal history, and a scrapbook gifted to him by Pepperdine College international students in 1953. Materials date from 1953, 1986, and 1994; some materials are undated.

Derricotte (Cheryl) Pandemic Bookkeeping prints

This collection contains the Pandemic Bookkeeping art project by Cheryl Derricotte. The project is Derricotte's version of a "plague journal" and consists of a book called LASTGASPISM: Art and Survival in the Age of the Pandemic, 12 digital collages, and...

Derrida (Jacques) listserv collection

This collection consists of printed email correspondence from the "Derrida and Deconstruction," or DERRIDA, listserv between 1991 and 1994. The online scholarly discussion group addressed the philosophical, political, and literary work of Jacques Derrida and the theory of deconstruction.

Derrida (Jacques) papers

This collection is comprised of manuscripts, typescripts, recordings, photographs, and an extensive clippings file documenting the professional career of Jacques Derrida and providing comprehensive documentation of his activities as a student, teacher, scholar, and public figure. In addition, Derrida's files...

Derruau (Irene) School Collection

Ephemera documenting Irene Derruau's years at Lafayette Elementary School, Presidio Junior High School and George Washington High School....

Derthick (Lawrence G.) papers

Speeches, press conference statements, and letters, relating to governmental educational policy in the United States.

Des Marais (Paul) music manuscripts

This collection consists of manuscripts and ozalid masters of scores

Desagüe del Valle de Mexico, 1866-1877.

Scrapbook containing clippings, chiefly from newspapers, of articles by Manero and others relating to drainage projects in the Valley of Mexico, maps and charts, printed copy of statement by engineer Miguel Iglesias, 1866, printed decree of President Manuel González, and...

DeSantis (Robert G.) Papers

The Robert G. DeSantis papers (.85 linear feet) document the religious career development of an individual who aspired to become a member of the MCC hierarchy from 1971 to 1974. The papers also document his involvement with the prison ministry...

Desbons (Georges) typescript

Relates to the assassination and trial.

Deschutes Railroad Construction Photograph Album

This album shows the construction of the Deschutes River Canyon in Oregon between 1910 and 1911.

Descripción del Golfo e Istmo del Darién ... : Cartagena : ms., 1761.

Report describing the Gulf and Isthmus of Darien, its people and its history, with plans and estimates for the construction of a fort on the Caimán River. With letter of transmittal from Diego de Tavares to Julian de Arriaga.

Descripción en bosquexo de ... la Pvebla de Los Angeles ; y ... el Obispado de ... : Puebla, Mexico, 1715 or 1716.

In two parts: 1. review, prose interspersed with verse, of the town of Puebla, its history, inhabitants, and natural features, with other information; 2. description of the diocese of Puebla, some events as late as 1765. Two watercolor pictorial maps...

Descripcion de la America Meridional y Septentrional con un informe secreto d.1 Fiscal sobre la administracion d.1 Gobierno de las Yndias : Madrid, 1701-1710.

Collection of documents (copies) dealing with the territorial subdivisions, commerce, and administration of the New World, including the Philippines, based largely on Pierre d'Avity's Le Monde; a confidential report, Madrid, September 3, 1709, from the Fiscal General to the king...

Descripcion en que se Manifiestan ... los Pueblos de Yndios ... en esta Jurisdiccion de San Juan Bautista de Maloya : Mexico : DS, 1790 Nov. 12.

Report for Viceroy Revilla Gigedo describing five Indian villages in the jurisdiction of San Juan Bautista de Maloya in southern Sinaloa, with information on geography, crops, and owners of ranches.

Descripcion y demarcacion de las Yslas Californias ... : Mexico, 1633-1636.

Three files containing copies of documents relating to Ortega's 1632, 1633-1634, and 1636 expeditions along the California coast in search of pearl fisheries, aboard the Madre Luisa de la Ascención, including reports presented by Ortega, viceregal orders of the Marqués...

Description of prisoners received at the California State Prison at Folsom, 1909-1914.

Description of prisoners received at the California State Prison at Folsom, 1909-1914, BANC PIC 2015.033, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Description of prisoners received at the California State Prison at San Quentin [graphic].

Album pages containing records pertaining to receipt of prisoners at California State Prison at San Quentin. Each page contains photographic "mug shot" portrait and typescript data for 3 prisoners, including name, prisoner no., date received, crime, sentence term, county, nativity,...

Description of the Bay of Honduras and the Mosquito Shore &c. : ms., 1765.

Report by Joseph Smith Speer describing the territory, its history, the English settlement, and projects for its future development, 1765. Account of Richard Jones of his negotiations with the Mosquito king, 1769; remarks by Robert Hodgson on the Bay of...

Descriptive registers of prisoners, 1879 Feb. 11-1940 Feb. 10.

Includes name of prisoner, commitment number, and date of arrival; information on nationality, crime, length of sentence, occupation, physical description, etc.; and information on discharge, parole, transfer, pardon, etc.

The Desegregation Collection

The following is a collection of all the Desegregation files completed from 1976-1983. These files consist of personal notes, index cards, articles, and newspaper clippings. Anything that has to do with the Desegregation issue (with education) will we located in...

Desert Empire Business and Professional Association Records

Bylaws, correspondence, fliers, and membership lists, 1983-1984, of the Desert Empire Business and Professional Association (DE BAPA). The bulk of the records concern the split in the organization in mid-1984. While DE BAPA retained the name, some members left to...

Desert Power and Mill Company business records

Business records of the Desert Power and Mill Company in Nevada.

Desert Protective Council (DPC) Records

The (1938-2016) document the operations of the Desert Protective Council and various environmental causes across the United States. The collection consists of correspondence, publications related to environmental projects, news clippings, newsletters, and topical files. The collection is divided into three...

Desert Rose Press files on Philip Whalen's "Some of these days" : San Jose, N.M., 1998-1999.

Contains original drafts and proofs for a book of poetry by Philip Whalen published by Desert Rose Press. Also includes copies of correspondence sent to Whalen, and a list of queries regarding wording and editing. Also includes related artwork for...

Desert song /

Cover title.

Desert studies, Sierra Nevada range, Hawaii and oil refinery views [graphic]

Includes desert studies, nature scenes, Hawaii, oil refineries, and other industrial views.

Desert Warrior Digital Image Collection

The Desert Warrior was a North American B-25 Mitchell that served during World War 2. The Desert Warrior took part in operations from El Alamein across Africa through Sicily. The ship flew 73 combat missions, dropped over l0 tons of...

Desiderio, Reginald B. (Korean War correspondence)

This collection contains the last 26 letters from Capt. Reginald B. Desiderio, USA to his wife before his death in combat during the Korean War. Capt. Desiderio was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions on November 27,...

Design and Construction Services architectural renderings (University of California, Irvine)

This collection consists of original renderings created by designers and architects working with Design and Construction Services, University of California, Irvine. Included are thirty-six color illustrations used in the design and planning of campus building projects. The designs represent various...

Design and Engineering Flat Files

The Design and Engineering drawings/plans/maps archives is comprised of essentially two categories of documents: a) various maps and drawings necessary to complete large-scale park-wide comprehensive master plans, General Management Plans and developed-area specific comprehensive design plans to guide future management...

Designs for engineering, mining, bridges, and other California structures [graphic].

Mining drawings and maps are for the Angels Quartz Mining Co. in Angels Camp, Pearson Ditch from Chili Bar to Coloma, Gentle Annie Mines, Bovee-Fritz Mines and vicinity northwest of Utica Mine, and Cement Knob Placer Mine in Iowa Hill,...

Desiree Scrapbooks

The scrapbooks contain photographs, newspaper clippings and flyers which document the events where drag queen Desiree performed or was mistress of ceremonies. Some events were simply celebrations. Others raised funds and awareness for such organizations as Shanti Project, Dignity /...

DesJardins (Paul R.) collection

The Paul R. DesJardins collection documents DesJardins’s career as a programmer, with material dating from 1947 to 2003, and the bulk from 1956 to 1993. A large portion of the collection is related to the development of the time-sharing system...

Desmodus, Inc. Records

Desmodus, Inc. was the San Francisco-based publisher of "Drummer,” "Macho," the "SandMUtopia Guardian," "Tough Customer," and other occasional titles. The collection includes three cartons of personal snapshots, biographical information forms, and model releases related to the "Tough Customer" personals magazine,...

Desmond (Lawrence G.) Collection on Bernard Hubbard, S.J.

The Lawrence G. Desmond Collection on Bernard Hubbard, S.J., c. 1900-2008 (bulk 1923-1987), documents Lawrence Desmond's attempts at writing a biography of his mentor, Fr. Bernard Hubbard. The bulk of the collection consists of conversations between Desmond and archivists, or...

Desmond, Lawrence Gustave. Photographs from the Desmond-Mueller family papers.

Snapshot and portrait photographs depicting multiple generations of the Desmond and Mueller families in California and Switzerland. Also includes a small amount of photographs of the Uccelli and Whang families of California. Most photographs taken in family homes or during...

Desmond (Lawrence) Mesoamerican Archive and Research Project (MARP) Photographs

The collection comprises Lawrence G. Desmond's photographic documentation of symposia organized by the Moses Mesoamerican Archive and Research Project (MMARP) held between 1982 and 1999. Included are approximately 1,700 black-and-white and color slides and 179 gelatin silver prints including a...

Desmond (Lawrence) Papers

The Lawrence Gustave Desmond papers represent over 30 years of exhaustive research and writing by Lawrence Desmond on the lives and work of Mesoamerican archaeologists Augustus and Alice Dixon Le Plongeon, who lived and traveled throughout Yucatán, Mexico, and Central...

Desmond (Paul) Papers

The collection consists of the papers of jazz saxophonist Paul Desmond. Includes 36 pages of diaries (memos to myself) from 1947-1955, over 300 letters to and from Desmond throughout his childhood and adult life, nearly 400 photographs, and a variety...

Desmond T. Jenkins papers, circa 1898-1910, 1934-1937.

Includes letters from William Arthur Beasly (mainly concerning the Lamson murder trial), Hiram W. Johnson, Clifford C. Cottrell, Robert R. Syer, Sanborn Young and others, and collection of pamphlets and handbills relating to various political campaigns in California.

Desmond-Mueller family papers, 1899-2008.

Contains journals, diaries, scrapbooks, clippings, correspondence, legal documents, diplomas, certificates, photocopies, genealogical information, photocopy volumes of of selected excerpts from family member's stories, etc. for various members of an extended San Francisco, California family. One of the diaries (1899-1907), belonging...

Desmond's Department Store megaphone

This collection is made up of one megaphone.

DeSola (Carla) Sacred Dance Collection

The collection documents the career of Carla DeSola and sacred dance: performances, writings, photographs, videos and teaching. She has been a leader and innovator in the sacred dance community since the Sixties.

Despart (Peter Aguilar) Papers

Photographs, letters, clippings, ephemera, commendations and documents in original, copy, and digitized format. Also research print-outs compiled by the donor. Papers relate to a Mexican circus; Despart's local restaurant businesses; his military service in World War II and the Korean...

Despatch No. 9 (built 1945; tugboat) photographs

The Despatch No. 9 (built 1945; tugboat) photographs, 1945-1954, (SAFR 24660, P16-002) are comprised of photographs of the Standard Oil Company tugboat DESPATCH underway for an unidentified special occasion, likely in the San Francisco Bay Area, California. The collection has...

Dessery (Floyd) Papers

This collection consists primarily of letters written by Floyd Dessery (1879-1927) of Los Angeles, California, to his family, during his deployment to the Philippines in the Spanish-American War, as well as a diary from his time in the Philippines (1898-1899)....

Dessins [graphic] /

Includes views of Acapulco, New Granada, Cape Horn, a Chinese band (location unknown). Many items unidentified.

DeStefano (Lorenzo) collection on the Hancock Pacific Expeditions

A collection of screenplay drafts, research notes, subject files, correspondence, photographs, books, audio and video tapes, and one 16mm film compiled by Lorenzo DeStefano for a film about G. Allan Hancock's expeditions to the Galapagos Islands during 1930s. DeStefano never...

Desti (Mary) Collection on Isadora Duncan

The Mary Desti Collection focuses on the dancer Isadora Duncan. Materials include incoming correspondence from or relating to Duncan, photographs, ephemera, clippings, programs, artifacts and a scrapbook of newspaper clippings. Mary Desti was Duncan's close friend and biographer.

Desti (Mary) Papers

Mary Desti (1871-1931) was the owner of Desti Beauty Products cosmetics firm and New York City studio which sold art objects, perfumes, and clothing. She wrote (1929). The collection consists of general and business correspondence, papers related to organizing clubs...

Destouches (Charles-René-Dominique Sochet) Papers

The collection is made up of papers relating to the military career of French admiral Charles-René-Dominique Sochet Destouches.

Destruction of San Francisco Photograph Album

This photograph album consists of 95 gelatin silver prints and 8 lithograph printed postcards documenting the 1906 Earthquake and Fire in San Francisco, California by an unidentified creator and photographer. Most of the photographs show the ruins of San Francisco...

Deterding (Charles) Collection

Correspondence and notebooks of Deterding. Program for a dinner honoring Peter J. Shields (1940); Senate Resolution in honor of Peter J. Shields (1963).

Determined advocate for racial equality : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1979.

Comments on growing up in Tuskegee, Alabama, with her grandmother, a former slave; education at Tuskegee Institute and Howard University; move to Berkeley, Calif. in 1920; the local black community and patterns of discrimination; labor organizing activities and political action...

Detlie (John) set designs

Collection consists of sketches and set stills related to the motion picture career of set designer John Detlie. The sketches include material for the projects R.U.R, Captains Courageous, and Rose Marie. Set stills include images from the projects I married...

Detroit Publishing Company Collection

Over 5,000 color postcards, prints, and print proofs made by the Detroit Publishing Company in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Also photographs by William Henry Jackson, who was a partner in the business.

Dettenhamer Family Collection

The Dettenhamer family owned an orchard business in San Jose, California. The collection is a compilation of their correspondence, immigration papers, family photographs, and business ledgers, some in German.

Dettmann (Ludwig) printed reproductions of paintings

Reproductions of twenty-five paintings, depicting German troops and commanders on the Russian front during World War I.

D'Ettore (William) Photo Collection

William D'Ettore served with the 103rd and 104th Observation squadrons in World War Two.

Detwiler (Donald S.) papers

Correspondence, reports, newsletters, and printed matter, relating to the treatment of German history in American textbooks and of American history in West German textbooks.

Deuel (Harry J., Jr. ) papers

This collection includes clippings, memorial book, correspondence, and photographs of the USC Dean of the Graduate School and professor of Biochemistry and Nutrition, Harry J. Deuel, Jr. (1897-1956).

Deutch (Carol) Papers on Carnaval San Francisco

The Carnaval Committee first met in March 1979. There were six original members: Adela Chu (dancer/teacher), Marcus Gordon (master percussionist/music director), Pam Minor (Costume Bank), Sir Lawrence Washington (conceptual artist), Lou DeMatteis (photographer) and Carole Deutch. They named the event...

Deutsch (Monroe E.) Papers

Correspondence, manuscripts, printed items, notes for speeches and articles, and clippings, of the Vice-President and Provost of the University of California. Some relate to the loyalty oath controversy at the University.

Deutsch (Monroe E.) Papers: Additions

Include letters to Deutsch; tributes, awards, diplomas, etc.; clippings and scrapbook re an honorary luncheon, Dec. 1947; portfolio with holograph scores by composers Roger Sessions, Ernest Bloch and others; medals; obituaries; some letters of condolence addressed to Mrs. Deutsch.

Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft correspondence

Correspondence relating to grant applications for research projects. Includes correspondence with the Reichsamtsleitung of the Nationalsozialistischer deutscher Dozentenbund, the Kreisleitungen of the Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiterpartei, the various police presidents of German cities, the Dozentenschaften of the various German universities and...

Deutsche Freiheitsliga leaflets

Anti-communist propaganda leaflets, distributed by the Deutsche Freiheitsliga. Also includes other anti-communist leaflets.

Deutsche National-Zeitung (Munich) newspaper issue

Special issue, relating to allegations of secret East German subsidies to certain West German newspapers.

Deutsche Union minutes

Relates to meetings of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, March 19-20, 1949, concerning problems of post-World War II German reconstruction.

Deutscher Schriftsteller-Verband Mitteilungen

The collection contains issues of Mitteilungen, an East German magazine, from 1963-1989. The collection also contains various posters associated with issues of the magazine.

Deutsches Raketen- und Raumfahrt Museum e. V. Records

The collection includes correspondence, essays, financial records, official reports, designs and other illustrations. Also included are papers concerning the earlier Gesellschaft für Weltraumforschung as well as personal papers of Alfred Fritz dating from the late 1940s.

Deux lettres à Madame Robert LeDoux : Issoudun, France : ALS, 1772-1782.

To his cousin, regarding legal and financial matters.

Deux lettres aux administrateurs du Département de l'Ain : Châtillon-sur-Chalaronne, France : ALS, 1798-1799.

The 1798 letter refers to sending troops, and the second re records for a retired fusilier.

Deva (Xhafer) papers

Albanian politician during World War II and in political exile. The Xhafer Deva papers include materials related to Albanian anti-communism and Albanian political exiles during the Cold War.

DeVault, Franz (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence written by Cpl. Franz DeVault, USA to his family during the Second World War.

Deveike (Jone) papers

Correspondence, notes, reports, and memorabilia, relating to social and political conditions of Lithuanians in France and Germany.

Developing a place for women in the Republican Party : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1984.

Family background, education, career and marriage, Republican party organizing, service as National Committeewoman from California; also included: supporting documents in separate box.

Development Corporation for Israel records

This collection consists of administrative records, ephemera, scrapbooks, photographs and slides, and audio-visual materials from the San Francisco office of Israel Bonds. The bulk of the collection consists of photographs and scrapbooks relating to local Israel Bonds events that occurred...

The development of forestry in government and education : oral history transcript / and related material, 1964-1967.

Comments on his career in the U.S. Forest Service and on Forest Service chiefs Gifford Pinchot, Henry S. Graves and William B. Greeley; views on forestry education. Photographs inserted. Appended: copies of Mrs. Fry's letter to Dana relative to editing...

Development of the naturalist program in the National Park Service : transcript, 1964.

Interview of Harold C. Bryant and Newton B. Drury conducted 1964 by Amelia R. Fry for the Regional Cultural History Project, University of California Library, Berkeley. Photographs and snapshots inserted. Appended: Bulletin No. 17 of The American Nature Association: Nature...

Developmental Activities for the Cerebral Palsied Child Thesis

Collection consists of a paper based on research at the School for Cerebral Palsied Children, in northern California. It includes 55 original 4 x 5 inch black and white photographs, stapled on leaves with typescript captions. Photographs are grouped into...

Developmental Disabilities Council Records

In 1970, the Developmental Disabilities Services and Facilities Construction Act (PL 91-517) was amended to require every state to establish a council on developmental disabilities. In California, Assembly Member Frank Lanterman had already authored legislation toward the goal of improving...

Devendorf (Ada) Botanical drawings

Botanical drawings for courses at Stanford, ca. 1908, some of which were taught by Dr. Douglas H. Campbell....

Devendorf (Ada) Photographs

Photographs of Stanford buildings, her dormitory Madrono Hall, other students, and other campus scenes; also includes photographs of places she visited including Point Lobos, Carmel, and Italy.

Dever, Joseph F. (Second World War correspondence)

This collections contains the correspondence and photographs of Pvt. Joseph F. Dever, USA during the Second World War.

DeVerges (Abbie Voorhies) papers

The Abbie Voorhies De Verges papers contain photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, certificates, and other material from Abbie Voorhies DeVerges, a nurse in the Air Force who worked at the Tuskegee Army Air Field during the Second World War.

Devine (Andy) collection of scripts and sound recordings

This collection consists of radio, film, and television actor Andy Devine's (1905-1977) scripts for "The Adventures of Wild Bill Hickok" from 1951-1957, as well as Devine's collection of vinyl LP records.

Devlin, Frank Raymond Photographs from the Frank Raymond Devlin papers [graphic]

Primarily family photographs and views of early San Francisco architecture (mostly copy prints) including: group portraits of the National Association of Railway Commissioners of San Francisco from 1915. Includes photos taken in Chico, California.

Devonshire (bark) papers

Devonshire (bark) papers (SAFR 234, HDC 474) are xerographic copies of inventories, Captain's receipts, billheads, and lists of more ships from different ports around the world including the port of Cardiff in the United Kingdom. Dates are 1824, 1839, 1866,...

DeVries (Marion) Papers

The Marion DeVries Papers consist of business papers, correspondence and memorabilia of Judge Marion DeVries. Although dates of documents in the collection range from 1760 to 1930, most of the business papers and correspondence date between 1899 and 1928 and...

DeVries (Marion) Papers

This collection chiefly contains letters written to United States Congressman from California and United States Court of Customs Appeals judge Marion DeVries (1865-1939), between the late 1890s and 1925, chiefly expressing gratitude for a favor rendered or to ask for...

Dewar (John) Correspondence and Catalog

John Dewar received a B.A. and an M.A. from Mexico City College, and went on to curate in Western Art, History, and Film History at the Southwest Museum, William S. Hart Museum, and Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County....

Dewees (Christopher M.) Papers on Marine Fisheries

Christopher M. Dewees is Marine Fisheries Specialist Emeritus in the University of California Cooperative Extension. The collection includes reprints, subject files, reports, conference proceedings, and video recordings collected by Dewees.

Dewees (Debbie) collection

The collection of Debbie Dewees, who was the director of the Stanford Medical Alumni Association and Public Events between 1989 and 1992. Most materials date from 1989-1992 and pertain to Stanford University Medical Alumni Association events and programming. Events programs...

Dewell (Benjamin) Papers

This folder contains 1 1885 letter of correspondence from Dewell to the Society of California Pioneers regarding the veracity of his claim that he helped construct the original Bear Flag.

Dewey (Charles S.) papers

Clippings, letters, speeches and writings, press releases, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Polish finances, and to American politics.

Dewey, Mike Oral History

Discussion about the history of the Santa Paula Airport

Dewhirst (Martin) papers

The Martin Dewhirst papers (1960-2019) consists of correspondence, writings, lists, printed matter, photographs, and ephemera related to Russian secret service activities and dissident life.

Dewilde, Amanda G. World War I and II Research Collection

The collection contains research materials relative to Sacramento's involvement in World Wars I and II. It was used to write two books, both authored by the Special Collections of the Sacramento Public Library.

DeWitt Clinton French letters, chiefly to his family, 1847-1858.

V. 1: Letters (19) bound together. Written while serving in the Mexican War, also, en route to and from various places in California (including Sacramento, Coloma, Stockton, Coarse Gold, Four Creeks and Visalia). An undated and incomplete letter [1857?] tells...

DeWitt Clinton Gaskill letters, 1846-1856.

Letters relating to Gaskill's voyage to California via Panama in 1849 and experiences as a miner; and to mercantile activities at Forbestown, with comments on business conditions, prices of goods, profits, etc.

DeWitt Clinton Thompson Collection, 1858-1900.

Business, military and family papers

DeWitt Clinton Thompson deeds, 1849.

Includes 2 deeds from Samuel Brannan, May, 1849 for lots in Stanislaus, and one from Charles V. Gillespie to Thompson and Frederick Billings for a lot in Benicia, June 1, 1849.

DeWitt family papers, 1892-1900.

Contains correspondence between Charles Curtis DeWitt and his fiancée, Josie May Condon, describing life in Missouri, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Wyoming and Idaho. Also includes teachers' certificates, letters of recommendation, photographs, and a report drawn up by two daughters, containing genealogical information...

DeWitt L. Lee Collection, 1910-1966

Correspondence, clippings, reports, photographs, charts, maps, bulletins, forms, applications

DeWolf (Wallace L.) Etchings

26 prints of landscapes drawn by DeWolf. Scenes might not be of California; prints were made by Bertha E. Jaques of Chicago from plates. 1914-1931, undated.

DeWolfe (Barbara B.) Papers

The collection contains typescript, printed copies of autobiographical and other writings by Barbara Blanchard DeWolfe (1912- ), professor of zoology at UCSB, 1946-1977. DeWolfe's publications also include several ornithological studies on sparrows. Additional copies of some of these writings have...

Dewsnap (James) Collection

The James Dewsnap collection contains two full-length nude portraits of Scott O'Hara by San Francisco artist David Ross; transcripts of 16 interviews from 1994 that Dewsnap conducted with Jackie Phillips, the lead "comedienne" at Finocchio's from the late 1950s to...

Dexter (Samuel Frank) Papers

This collection contains papers of American naturalist Samuel Frank Dexter (1847-1906) of Rhode Island.

Dexter (Samuel Frank) papers addenda

The Samuel Frank Dexter papers addenda includes a taxidermist's notebook and printed material relating to the noted naturalist and ornithologist Frank Dexter, 1847-1906.

Dextra Frankel papers

The collection contains exhibition documentation for the CSUF Department of Visual Arts, College of the Arts for years 1967 - 1991.

D.H. Lehmer materials relating to prime numbers, approximately 1953.

Consists of computer-generated list of all prime numbers from 2 to 99,991. Also includes microcard of table of prime numbers from 2 to 406,253, a letter and specifications from the University of Wisconsin, Dept. of Mathematics, to Derrick Henry Lehmer...

D'Hondt, John. Dark Night of the Singing Nun

A short story of the life of Jeanine Deckers, known as the Singing Nun and Soeur Sourire (Sister Smile). She and Annie Pecher, her companion of 10 years committed suicide, in 1985.

The Di Giorgios : from fruit merchants to corporate innovators : oral history transcript / 1983.

Discusses founding and early history of the Di Giorgio Fruit Corporation, and its operations and leaders from 1920-1962, when its business was strictly agricultural. He discusses reasons for corporate diversification, and the Di Giorgio Corporation's growth through 1983. In addition,...

Di Hang Long Co. records : San Francisco, Calif., 1966-1973.

Contains a few bills of lading, but chiefly consists of financial records, including ledgers of accounts payable, accounts receivable from customers (which are categorized as "in the North, South, or out of town"), goods received from Taixinghe Co. of Hong...

di Suvero family papers

This collection contains exhibition catalogs, correspondence, photographs and related to the di Suvero family, including abstract expressionist sculptor Mark di Suvero, attorney and playwright Henry di Suvero, poet and critic Victor di Suvero, and art historian Marie Louise Martignoni.

Di Tella (Torcuato S.) collection

Serial issues and pamphlets published by Peronist, socialist, communist, anarchist and trade union organizations in Argentina relating to political and economic conditions in Argentina. In part, microfilm.

Diablo (built 1919; freighter) pamphlet

The Diablo (built 1919; freighter) pamphlet (SAFR 21362, HDC1303) describes the S.S. DIABLO, a 416 foot, six inch freighter built by Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Co., San Francisco, California. The ship was built for the U.S. Shipping Board before World War...

Diablo Women's Chorale Collection

This is a collection of scrapbooks containing clippings and photos about the Diablo Women’s Chorale. The group was founded in 1942 for the purpose of aiding to the war effort and raising moral. Since then the group has participated...

Diaman (N. A.) Papers

The N.A. (Nikos) Diaman papers contain materials related to a variety of organizations the novelist and artist was involved in. These include Persona Press; “Paragraph: A Quarterly of Gay Fiction”; Queer Blue Light Video; the San Francisco Gay Video Festival;...

Diamant (David) collection

Clandestine serial issues, leaflets, flyers, and reports, issued by French resistance groups, the Parti Communiste Fran�ais, and various French Jewish and Jewish communist organizations, relating to conditions in France during World War II, especially prison conditions, conditions of Jews, and...

Diamante (John C.) collection

Bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, reports, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to issues of international security and disarmament, international law regarding the oceans, and ecological movements in the United States.

Diamond Creek Vineyards : oral history transcript : the significance of terroir in the vineyard / 2000.

Childhood and education in Minnesota; early work experiences, May's Department Store in Los Angeles; managing inventories, developing Standard Drug Distributors; Diamond Creek Vineyards setup, purchasing and developing the vineyards; importance of terroir; microclimates and differentiating the vineyards; quality and pricing...

Diamond (Gene) Worlds Fair reels

This collection consists of two 16mm reels from the 1939 New York World's Fair donated by Gene Diamond.

Diamond Jubilee procession photograph album

Published/distributed: [London] : Marion and Co., 22 and 23, Soho Square, London, W., [1897] Album of 24 albumen prints of views of the Diamond Jubilee procession, celebrating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee procession through London on June 22, 1897.

Diamond (Larry Jay) clippings collection

Relates to political, social and economic conditions in Nigeria.

Diamond (Larry) Papers

Collection includes memos, minutes, reports, correspondence, and background materials from Diamond’s work on the ASSU Task Force on Tenure and Teaching Quality (1976) and the Subcommittee on Female Admissions of the Committee on Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid (1971-72), of...

Diamond (Luryier) Opera Collection

Unpublished live performances of opera on open reel tape, from the collection of Luryier Diamond.

Diamond (Marian Cleeves) Papers

The Marian Cleeves Diamond Papers, 1950-2004, document Diamond's career as a professor of anatomy at the University of California, Berkeley. The bulk of the collection focuses on her over forty year tenure at the University of California. Included are copies...

Diamond Match bulletins and matchbook designs

The collection predominantly contains the Diamond Match Company's Good-Fellowship bulletins from 1923 to 1947, which contain general announcements and news, articles and information on persons related to the company. Also contained are match book design themes, a scrapbook and issues...

Diamond Oil Company prospectus, circa 1900

Pamphlet and map from the Diamond Oil Company of San Francisco.

Diamond (Ron) animation festival programs

This collection consists of the animation festival programs and industry catalogs of American animator and producer Ron Diamond, and his associated businesses Animation World Network and Acme Filmworks.

Diamond (Sara) Collection on the U.S. Right

Research materials on the religious and political right gathered by Sara Diamond during the 1980s and 1990s.

Dian Kiser collection of National Organization for Women, Salinas chapter files

This collection consists primarily of newspaper clippings and personal photographs from the Salinas Valley Chapter of the National Organization for Women. There is also a publication, program, and several miscellaneous outreach items....

Diana Baumrind papers, 1960-2010.

Contains manuscript drafts, correspondence, talks for conferences, reviews for journals, grant proposals, research, data from studies, reprints and offprints, and a history of the Institute of Human Development at the University of california, Berkeley.

Diana Films posters

This collection consists of one-sheet posters for publicity of films produced by Diana Films, a production company in Mexico. These films include "El miedo no anda en burro" (1976), "Duro pero seguro" (1978), "Tonta tonta pero no tanto" (1972), "La...

Diana Press records

These records trace the history of Diana Press, a lesbian/feminist printing and publishing house started by Coletta Reid and Casey Czarnik in Baltimore, Maryland in 1972, and relocated to Oakland, California in 1977. Most notably, Diana published works by Rita...

Diana Russell collection on Lakireddy Bali Reddy sex trafficking case, 1999-2018.

Contains news articles, correspondence, flyers, photographs, and an audiocassette related to the sex trafficking case against Lakireddy Bali Reddy. Reddy, a negligent landlord and business owner in Berkeley, California, was indicted by the United States Attorney for the Northern District...

Diana Thatcher miscellany relating to the Women's Movement, 1966-1971.

Consists of flyers, newsletters, leaflets, and miscellaneous papers related to the National Organization for Women, Women's Equity Action League, women's gay liberation, ecology, and Vietnam War protests.

Diane Bernbaum collection of East Bay Jewish Community School records, 1974-2007.

The collection contains items reflecting the state of Jewish education in the East Bay at various times, including materials about the East Bay Jewish Community School, such as announcements and bulletins; correspondence, minutes, and reports; and materials from the Midrasha...

Diane Garcia Aires letters, 1953-1975.

Letters written by Diane Garcia Aires in Martinez, CA to her husband Manuel Ferreiro Aires (many of them in Portuguese) while he served aboard the Portuguese frigate NRP Diogo Cao (formerly USS Formoe) and visited Portugal a few months later....

Diane Middlebrook, English 258, Tutored Video Instruction, Videorecordings

The collection consists of 19 videotapes used as instruction tools in Dianne Middlebrook's course English 258: Twentieth-Century Neo-Romantic British and American Poetry....

Dianne Feinstein mayoral recall election ephemera, 1983.

Materials advocating for San Francisco mayor Dianne Feinstein's recall from office, including flyers, announcements for community debates, and mailed pamphlets.

Diaries of overland journeys to California [microform].

Part of a collection of diaries of overland journeys to California.

Diaries of voyages to California.

Microfilm of diaries of William McKendree Carson, Handel Lund, and Charles Main. Each item catalogued separately.

Diario ... de la expedición ... Dec. 27, 1825-Jan. 31, 1826 : and accompanying letter : ms., 1826.

Official copy, signed by Pico at Monterey, of diary for expedition to Tulare Lake area in search of runaway Indians and stolen horses.

Diario ... del reconocimiento ... en los tulares ... Oct. 17-Nov. 16, 1819 : and related materials : ms., 1819.

Diary of expedition from Monterey into the San Joaquin Valley, circling Tulare Lake, to visit Indian villages in pursuit of runaways.

Diario ... y documentos relativos a la expedición del filibustero Crabb : ms., 1857 Apr.

Copies of a report and related documents of the commander of the forces which captured Henry A. Crabb and other members of the Sonora filibustering expedition. Certified by Charles F. Gompertz, Guaymas, 1872. Explanatory letter by Gompertz, enclosing San Francisco...

Diario de lo especialmente ocurrido en Mexico, septiembre de 1841 ... a junio de 1843 : Mexico, 1841-1843.

Intermittent diary entries, printed news sheets, official and private, and pamphlets covering developments in Mexico from Bustamante's resignation through the adoption of the 1843 Constitutional Bases; stresses Santa Anna, Texas, Central America, and the Constituent Congress of 1842. Printed items...

Diario de lo especialmente ocurrido en México, 1823 Aug.-1841 Aug.

Forty volumes of diary entries, printed news sheets, broadsides, government publications, pamphlets, etc.

Diario de Navegacion que con el Aucilio Divino y proteccion, de nuestra Señora del Carmen Espera haser ... con destino ... de Explorar la Costa Septentrional de la California ..., 1788.

Diary kept by López de Haro, captain of the packetboat San Carlos (alias the Filipino), recording a voyage from San Blas northward and back, taken in company with the frigate Princesa and under the command of the latter's captain, Esteban...

Diario Esactisimo de lo ocurrido en Mexico en los dias de su invacion por el General Scott ..., 1678-1849.

Compilation of materials relating to Bustamante's work and possibly prepared under his direction, as follows: anonymous diary, Mexico, 1847, on events in Mexico, including the activities of García Torres, owner of the Monitor Republicano, during the invasion under General Winfield...

Diario que manifiesta los Reconocimientos q[u]e a verificado de Or[de]n Superior ... en las Fronteras a la Gentilidad de la Antiqua California y margenes del Colorado : ms. S, 1796 June 14-Nov. 21.

Diary relating to a reconnoitring expedition through the frontier region of Baja California, into Alta California as far as San Diego, and along the lower Colorado River area. Deals with condition of the Indians, inspection of missions and settlements, and...

Diary Documenting a Wagon Trip from California to Oregon in 1880

A unique firsthand travel account recorded by at least two members of a traveling party on a journey through the wilds of the West Coast from southern California to west-central Oregon, recorded over the course of three months in 1880.

Diary of a British Solider

Handwritten journals of an anonymous soldier in the British campaign in Flanders and Northern France after the French Revolution, from 1793-1795.

Diary of a Farmwoman

This is the diary of a single woman, identified only as 'X', living near Topeka, Kansas in 1890.

Diary of a Nazi Girl report

Produced by Headquarters 52nd Antiaircraft Artillery Brigade, APO 654, US Army, this 13 typewritten, stapled pages, translated from German to English, is the second installment of the diary of a young girl in the Hitler Youth who lived in American-occupied...

Diary of a Stanford Student

A diary by a Stanford University graduate student written from November 1994 to September 1996. The diary includes discussions of academic work, personal relationships, and experiences with sex work.

Diary relating to mercury mining : ms., 1874-1876.

Record of operations in Colusa, Lake and Napa counties. Included also are accounts, 1868-1893 recipes for various remedies, miscellaneous notes, poems.

Dias (Manuel Peixoto and Evelyn Ravelli) Photographic Collection of the Twentieth Century, 1947-1998

The Dias Photographic Collection contains more than 30,000 prints, slides, and negatives of photographs taken by professional photographer Manuel Dias. Dias worked for the Modesto Bee and the Stanislaus County Office of Education as an aerial photographer, and maintained his own private photography business...

Diasamidze (David Dursunovich) papers

Writings, and photographs, relating to the history of the revolutionary movement in Georgia, and to political conditions in Soviet Ajaria.

Diaz ( Ricardo R.) personal archive

Materials consist of forty-five 22x30-inch lithographs and approximately 100 smaller 15x22-inch lithographs, etchings, paintings, watercolors, pastels and drawings. Also includes five sketchbooks....

Diaz (Adolfo) statement

Relates to the roles of Mexico and the U.S. in the Nicaraguan revolution of 1926-1929.

Diaz (Felix) printed material

Relates to political conditions in Mexico and to the Mexican Constitution of 1917. Photocopy.

Diaz (Margarita Mendez) Scrapbook and Photographs

This collection contains one scrapbook as well as approximately 370 photographs and postcards; nine contracts; one American Guild of Variety Artists membership application; one broadside; and other documents regarding Margarita Mendez Diaz- a Mexican American performer who was known for...

Diaz (Nidia) papers

Diaries, notes, schedules, letters, resolutions, memoranda, reports, and instructions, relating to the guerrilla war of the Frente Farabundo Martípara la Liberación Nacional in El Salvador. Includes many official documents of the organization. Photocopy.

Diaz (Porfirio) biographies and other Spanish language pamphlets

The Porfirio Diaz biographies and Other Spanish Language Pamphlets Collection (1826-1956; undated) contains one box and .21 ft. of material. The majority of the collection contains pamphlets, biographies, and essays primarily published in Mexico along with South American countries. The...

Diaz, Tony and Celia Oral History

They discuss the family history in Santa Paula over several generations

Diaz (Ulises) Adobe LA Archive

This collection of papers represents the creative thought and writing of Adobe LA. Since its founding in 1992 as an activist collaboration of architects, artists and designers, ADOBE LA took the cultural landscape of Los Angeles, particularly that of the...

Dibblee Family Papers

The Dibblee Family Papers consist of 1,269 pieces of correspondence and records related to the operations of Rancho San Julian from 1842-1927.

Dibblee family papers, 1860s-1979.

Correspondence concerning personal and business activities of the family, farming and agriculture. Includes records of Benjamin Harrison Dibblee.

Dibblee family photographs.

Includes views of Fort Ross, Calif., the Grand Canyon, various street scenes and market places in Europe, possibly France and Yugoslavia, and North Africa, unidentified portraits, photo of Benjamin Harrison Dibblee at Yale, together with his visa from Mexico (1930),...

Dibner Autographed Documents and First Day Covers collection

The Dibner Autographed Documents and First Day Covers collection contains 74 items, chiefly documents including letters, postcards, typescripts, photographs, handwritten notes, and blank cards, autographed by leading figures in the sciences, including multiple Nobel Prize winners; several documents contain multiple...

Dibner (Eric) Papers

The Eric Dibner Papers, 1973-1991 (bulk 1975-1985), document Dibner's work as an accessibility expert for persons with disabilities. Dibner was very active in the disability rights movement, and consulted for variety of institutions and organizations, including the University of California,...

Dichter (Gretl) photographs and personal papers

This collection of photographs and a few personal items document the life of Gretl Dichter, her family, and her travels prior to emigrating to the United States from Vienna, Austria in 1946.

Dicicco (Mark) Photographs and Artifacts

This collection contains personal photographs, a button-laden blue denim vest, a heavily decorated leather vest replete with buttons and enamel pins, and an original white-brimmed Harley Davidson motorcycle cap decorated with motorcycle run buttons from the 1960s.

Dick (Anne R.) collection on Philip K. Dick

The collection contains correspondence and related materials from author Philip K. Dick compiled by his third wife and biographer Anne R. Dick. Items in the collection are from the period after their divorce, and consist mostly of personal correspondence, along...

Dick (Christian R.) collection of bookplates

Ex-Libris in ring binders, boxed, and in envelopes, collected by former USC librarian (Miss) Christian R. Dick (1883-1954); correspondence; index.

[Dick Faulkner and Todos Santos Ranch photograph album].

Snapshots depicting scenes from the leisure and working life of Dick Faulkner, a cowboy associated with Todos Santos Ranch, near Casmalia in Santa Barbara County. Faulkner is depicted riding and breaking horses, working in a corral, and with family and...

Dick (Harvey F.) College Days Photograph Album

Photograph album containing images of polo players, perhaps students from Oregon Agricultural College (Oregon State University)....

Dick (Hugh G.) Papers

Hugh Gilchrist Dick (1909-1971) was a professor in the English Department at UCLA (1942-1971) and a joint professor at the School of Library Science (1967-71). The collection consists of Dick's professional and personal correspondence, and papers relating to his work...

Dick (J. J. and Anna) Papers

This record group includes correspondence, 1922-1980; undated sermon notes; a Russian notebook, ca. 1914-1915; diaries, 1934-1935 and 1977-1978; undated manuscripts of the book clippings and other miscellaneous documents....

Dick Jones Picture Co. Charles M. Russell prints

11 prints of paintilgs by Charles M. Russell: The Strenuous Life; The Mad Cow; Cowboy Sport; The Cinch Ring; A Serious Predicament; Capturing the Grizzly; A Bronc to Breakfast; The SLick Ear; Jerked Down; Sagebrush Sport; Heads or Tails. Of...

Dick Meister radio transcripts and travel diaries, 1957-1973.

KPFA radio transcripts and travel diaries by Richard A. Meister, longtime San Francisco Bay Area journalist covering organized labor, farm workers, and politics, and describing his travels in Europe, the Soviet Union, and Latin America.

Dick (Philip K.) (Collection on)

The Collection on Philip K. Dick consists of press clippings, publications, short stories and manuscripts regarding Philip K. Dick, an American novelist who has published almost entirely in the science fiction genre. His works have been published in numerous literary...

Dick (Philip K.) Papers

This collection contains correspondence and manuscripts related to American science fiction writer Philip K. Dick (1928-198), dating from the 1967 to 1977. The bulk of the collection consists of 53 letters from Dick to his publisher, Doubleday and Company, concerning...

"Dick" Whittington Studio Collection of Negatives and Photographs

The collection consists of 70 panoramic negatives, 3207 copy prints, and corresponding negatives and interpositives, covering the years 1924-1948, that were created by the "Dick" Whittington Studio of Los Angeles, California. The images depict specific places, businesses, and commercial activity...

Dickemann (Jeffrey) Collection of University of California Gay Alumni Association Records

Jeffrey Dickemann was an anthropology professor at Sonoma State University, and a founding member of the Steering Committee of the University of California Gay and Lesbian Alumni Association (UC GALA). The collection contains materials related to the Association.

Dickens (Charles) Collection

A collection of Charles Dickens letters, manuscripts, and ephemera.

Dickens (Charles) Letters

A collection of letters written by Charles Dickens to various friends, family, and business associates.

Dickens (Charles) Papers

A collection of letters by Charles Dickens which also includes manuscripts, and printed material.

Dickens (Charles) Playbills Relating to

Charles Dickens (1812-1870) was born at Portsea, near Portsmouth, England. He was originally a journalist, but also wrote fictional sketches of London life and novels. He held private theatrical events at his London home as well. The collection consists of...

Dickens Fellowship Collection

Scrapbooks, books, clippings, postcards, and ephemera relating to the writing and characters of Charles Dickens; includes several of Dickens' published pieces.

Dickenson California Water Issues Collection

Topics represented in this collection include: Water Quality, Flood Control, Water Distribution, Water Conservation, Water Usage, and Drought. The Dickenson Collection also contains materials pertaining to the creation and operation of the Central Valley Project, the California State Water Project,...

Dickenson, Janice Oral History

Dickinson discusses aviation history in Santa Paula.

Dicker (Brett) papers

The Brett Dicker collection contains collected materials from Dicker's 23-year career in marketing and promotions for Walt Disney Pictures, as well as earlier work with United Artists and MGM.

Dickerman (Albert) scrapbooks

This collection consists of scrapbooks of clippings from California and Michigan newspapers from 1894-1912 compiled by Albert Dickerman, Civil War veteran, G.A.R. Member, Watsonville attorney and judge....

Dickerson (Warren C.) (1853-1936) Collection, circa 1890-1920

Warren C. Dickerson was a commercial postcard photographer whose work covers the late nineteenth century through about 1920. While Dickerson’s work as a whole is inclusive of photographs from throughout the United States, about one-third of the photographs are of...

Dickey and Harleen photograph archive [graphic]

Mainly San Francisco subjects; includes a large number of photographs of the Golden Gateway project. Apparently from the files of a stock photograph company, with miscellaneous views arranged by subject.

Dickey (Anna R.) collection

This collection contains photographs (albums and separates), ephemera, and inscribed books documenting the friendship between Anna Ryder Dickey and celebrated naturalist and wilderness conservationist, John Muir. The albums document two Sierra Club nature trips that Muir, Mrs. Dickey, her adolescent...

Dickey (Dan) Collection

This collection contains the personal papers and family papers of Dan Dickey, a San Diego painter, sculptor, and muralist partly known for his work under the WPA Federal Art Project.

Dickey, Donald R. (Donald Ryder) Photographs of shore birds from the Louis B. Bishop papers.

Photographs of birds, nests, etc. Locations and dates unknown.

Dickey (Donald R.) field notes

The field notes consist of bound notebooks, and their 13-reel microfilm copy, of observations made about birds and mammals found in various locations in California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Latin America, and a few in Michigan, New Brunswick and Newfoundland....

Dickey (Donald R.) papers

The Donald R. Dickey papers consist of field catalogues and correspondence. The two field catalogues cover the years 1925-1927. The two folders of correspondence span the years 1931-1992.

Dickey (Donald R.) Papers

Donald R. Dickey (1887-1932) was a zoologist, specializing in the mammals and birds of North and Central America. The collection consists chiefly of personal and family letters and a copy of Dickey's will.

Dickey (Donald R.) personal papers

Collection consists chiefly of personal letters to Dickey, some newspaper clippings of persons and happenings of interest to him, numerous wedding invitations, and a copy of his will, dated 1916.

Dickey (Donald R.) personal photo album

Leatherette photographic album with 38 leaves, 138 mounted and 2 loose photographs. The photos, taken mostly by Donald R. Dickey, document his and his wife Florence's honeymoon in Maine and New Brunswick, where Dickey was photographing wildlife with stop action...

Dickey (Donald Ryder) photographic collection

Struck by a serious heart condition during his senior year at Yale, Dickey returned to early interests in natural history and photography to occupy his mind and hands during the prolonged recovery period. By the time he had regained full...

Dickey (William) Poems and Correspondence

The collection contains letterpress and computer-generated prints of poetry by William Dickey, and some by Dickey and Leonard Sanazaro. Some pieces are exmples of fine printing by Lee Engdahl (Engdahl Typography), hit & run press, and the Pterodactyl Press. The...

Dickie (Jean Kellogg) Collection

This collection contains photographs, handwritten and typed correspondence, manuscripts, newspaper articles, journals, publications, and notes created by members of the Kellogg family, including entomologist and author Vernon L. Kellogg; his wife, author Charlotte Hoffman Kellogg; and their daughter, artist Jean...

Dickie (Jean Kellogg) collection

Portrait of Princess Marie José of Belgium, painted on ivory and ornamented with jewels, presented to J. K. Dickie in gratitude for relief activities of her parents, Vernon and Charlotte Kellogg, with the Commission for Relief in Belgium.

Dickie (John W.) & Son records

The John W. Dickie & Son records (SAFR 16758, HDC 226) consist primarily of correspondence and financial materials for the period following the San Francisco earthquake and fire, from 1906-1910. The collection is available for use without restriction.

Dickins and Dodge Papers

Materials in the collection relate to the family and business matters of Walter Dickins, specifically of work done for the W. W. Dodge & Co. Materials include personal papers, sketches, and clippings related to three generations of the Dickins family.

Dickinson & Shrewsbury Records

Business, legal, political, and personal correspondence of the founders, officers, employees, and legal counsel of the Dickinson & Shrewsbury salt company in Kanawha County, West Virginia.

Dickinson, Carl C. Collection

A collection of Santa Paula Railroad Materials from the life of Carl Dickinson

Dickinson (Dwight) letters

Relates to activities of the United States Marine Corps in France, 1918, and in Nicaragua, 1928-1929. Photocopy.

Dickinson (Dwight) papers

Interview transcript, writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to covert operations in American foreign policy, and to American relations with Togo.

Dickinson, Edwin De Witt Addresses, 1921-37.

Mimeographs of typescripts of addresses on various topics of international law.

Dickinson (Mary W. T.) Collection

A collection of manuscripts, correspondence, volumes, autographs, photographs, and ephemera related to Mary W. T. Dickinson, a collector who lived in Pasadena, California, in the 1930s to 1950s.

Dickinson (Thomas H.) history

Relates to the American Relief Administration. Includes typescript and galley proofs.

Dickison (Roland Bishop) Papers

These papers were donated by Professor Roland B. Dickison to the University Archives at California State University, Sacramento, in September 1993. The collection consists of 4 boxes, equalling 5 linear feet. There are 136 files within 4 boxes....

Dickmann (Ken) papers and photographs

Personal papers, writings, theater production records, publicity material, correspondence, photographs, negatives, slides, and other material, circa 1920-1995, from Ken Dickmann. Materials document Dickmann's life as an Air Force veteran, writer, performer, director, publicist, and gay activist in San Francisco, Los...

Dickson (Dick) motion picture scripts

During the 1930s Dickson Dickson was a movie producer. The collection consists of 18 scripts related to Dickson's career, including and from the Hopalong Cassidy series.

Dickson (Edward A.) Cuneiform Tablet collection

The majority of the eight tablets are administrative in nature, citing loans, receipts, and inventories. Most of the administrative texts date to the Ur III period (Third Dynasty of Ur). One tablet contains a royal inscription from the Early Old...

Dickson (Edward A.) Papers

Edward Augustus Dickson (1879-1956) was born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. He worked for the and the before joining the which he later purchased. Dickson was also a founding member of the Lincoln-Roosevelt League, a delegate to the Republican National Convention (1932),...

Dickson (John F.) family correspondence

John Forrest Dickson, M.D. (1855-1934) had a respected longtime career in Portland, Oregon, as an ophthalmologist, rhinologist, and oto-laryngologist. He and his wife were valued members of their extended families and held social prominence in the city. Both, but especially...

Dickson (Melvin) and M. Gayle "Asali" Dickson papers

This collection consists of printed materials, printed ephemera, leaflets, flyers, correspondence, photographic and digital materials relating to Black Panther Party members Melvin Dickson (1940-2018) and M. Gayle "Asali" Dickson. Included in the materials are 57 issues of The Commemorator, the...

Dictata de Oeconomia Politica : n.p. : ms. S, 1819-1820.

Notes of university lectures in political economics.

Dictation and biographical sketch from Milo A. Smith.

Family and schooling; arrival in Colorado in 1880; real estate investments in Denver; cattle and ranching interests in Arizona and New Mexico; introduction of the cable road into Denver and his contributions to it.

Dictation and related biographical material from David H. Moffat : Denver, 1885.

Dictation by Moffat concerns his arrival in Denver, 1860, and his mining interests; accompanied by dictations from Walter Cheesman, S.T. Smith, Wilbur F. Stone, Henry R. Wolcott, and Sam Wood, respecting Moffat's mining, banking, and railroad interests.

Dictation and related correspondence from William F. Graf : Silverton, Colorado?, 1886-1888.

Mining interests since 1880; service as San Juan County treasurer.

Dictation from Erasmus Darwin Leavitt : Butte, Montana, 1889.

Medical practice in Colorado and Montana. With the dictation are copies of letters from The History Company and a biographical sketch.

Dictation from Herman G. Nickerson : Lander, Wyoming, 1885.

Union army service, 1861-1865; experiences with the Indians, 1866; the Sweetwater Mines, 1868; placer-mining and sheep-raising; leader of 1870 raid against the Arapahos; role in cutting Fremont County out of Sweetwater County; county official. Attached is a letter to H.H....

Dictation from Hugh Livingston McNeil, with related material, 1888.

Originally part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection.

Dictation from Josiah Stanford : typescript, 1889 Sept. 19.

With a list of queries in manuscript, and questionnaire, California As It Is.

Didion (Genevieve) papers

The Genevieve Didion Papers are comprised of 3.5 cubic feet of textual and photographic material, bound volumes, and artifacts and ephemera chronicling the life of Genevieve Didion, a Sacramento woman involved in the preservation of local and state history and...

Didion (Joan) Papers

Contains manuscripts and other papers concerning her works: River Run, Slouching Towards Bethlehem, Play It As It Lays, A Book of Common Prayer, The White Album, Salvador, Democracy, Miami, After Henry, and The Last Thing He Wanted. Also includes essays...

Die Deutsche Jugendfuhrung in der Neuordnung typescript

Relates to the role of the youth movement in post-World War II German reconstruction.

Die Deutsche Mark von 1 Mark bis zur Billion: currency album

Album of German bank notes issued from 1904 to 1923, arranged in ascending order of denominations from 1 Mark to 100,000,000,000 Marks, illustrating the progression of inflation in Germany after World War I.

Die Luft der Freihet weht - On and Off; On the Origins and History of the Stanford Motto

Talk delivered to the Stanford Historical Society, October 5, 1995.

Die Revolution in der deutschen Erziehung typescript

Relates to education in Germany under national socialism during World War II.

Die-Cut Advertising Literature Collection

The collection contains over 100 pamphlets, booklets, cards, and flyers cut in shapes such as animals, books, bottles, boxes, cans, fruit and vegetables, hats, oysters, and shoes. Many of the items are highly illustrated and printed in vivid colors. Most...

Diedrich, Wesley F. (First World War correspondence)

This collection contains the correspondence and ephemera of PFC Wesley F. Diedrich, AEF during the First World War.

Diego Hurtado de Mendoza works : Spain : mss., 17th cent.

V. 1: Copies of poems, with engraved portrait of King Philip IV tipped in and prefatory note concerning the poems. [318 p., Phillipps Ms. 2459] v. 2: Guerra de Granada - his account of the Moorish revolt (1568-1570) in and...

Diego Miguel Bringas y Encinas papers and maps, 1772-1795.

"Prologo"--Comments on plan for government of the missions, with copies of communications, 1772, from the Viceroy, Bucareli, and Fiscal, Areche; "Estado de la poblacion de las misiones de la Sonora ... 1774"; map of the Provincias Internas, showing Lower California...

Diego Rivera Mural Collection

The Diego Rivera Mural Collection documents the creation and ongoing history of the fresco that renowned Mexican muralist Diego Rivera painted in 1931 on one wall of the gallery of the California School of Fine Arts (later known as the...

Diegueño Vocabulary

This collection consists of two typed sheets of Diegueño vocabulary furnished by Panto, a captain of San Pasqual, to Benjamin Hayes at an unknown date.

Diekow (Henry)/Baroness von Dieckoff papers

Henry William Diekow (1915-1988), also known as Baroness Eugenie von Dieckoff, was a major figure in the Imperial Court System and midcentury Bay Area drag society. Diekow’s papers include photographs, honoraria, and ephemera documenting his participation in San Francisco’s drag...

Diemer (Emma Lou) Papers, 1943- 2008

Papers of an American composer and former UCSB professor that range from the 1940s through to 2008 and include many of her compositions in manuscript, audio recordings, extensive business and personal correspondence, programs, clippings, and contracts.

Diemer (Robert B.) papers

Robert B. Diemer (1888-1966) was the general manager and chief engineer of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. The collection contains a manuscript history of the North Platte River project (ca. 1912-25), copies of papers, articles, statements, memorabilia, photographs,...

Dienstaltersliste I des deutschen Heeres nach dem Stande vom 1. Mai 1943 printed material

List of German army officers in order of relative rank, with unit to which attached and date of latest promotion indicated for each. Photocopy.

"Diese Widmung" color prints, 1907

Portfolio of German Southwest Africa (now Namibia) color prints. Purchase, Breuer

Diesel Power Postcard and Photograph Album

Includes color photographs of diesel equipment.

Dietel (Werner) diary

Relates to German intelligence operations during World War II. Photocopy.

Dieter (Melvin Easterday) Papers

Melvin Easterday Dieter (b. 1924 – d. Oct 6, 2018) worked as the General Secretary of Educational Institutions of the Wesleyan Church and as a historian of the Wesleyan Holiness movement. Dieter assisted in the unification of the Pilgrim Holiness...

Dieter, Nannilou Hepburn Photographs from the Nannilou Hepburn Dieter papers [graphic]

Includes construction photos of George R. Agassiz Radio Telescope of Harvard College Observatory and three portraits of Dieter.

Dieterle Family Records of French Art Galleries

Collection comprises portions of 19th-century French gallery archives acquired by the Dieterle family as they built their art dealership and developed particular expertise in Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. In addition to those of Dieterle, the records of eight dealers (Goupil & Cie,...

Dieterle (William) papers

This collection contains production files for twelve American film projects of German director William Dieterle (1893-1972), dating from 1936 to 1950. The files chiefly include production and wardrobe stills, research files, and outlines.

Dietrich & Leistner Realtors Records

Many of the materials in this collection are personal papers of F. Joseph Dietrich, or his son, F. J. Jr.. They represent both their involvement with the Stockton Terminal and Eastern Railroad and their real estate activities during the period...

Dietrich, Daniel (Vietnam War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from Col. Daniel Dietrich, USA, to his wife during the Second World War and the Vietnam War.

Dietrick (James) Correspondence

Summary: Included in the collection are thirty-four letters and telegrams between Sun Yat Sen and Deitrich, and letters to and from Henry Clifford Stuart. Letters by Sun Yat-sen published in facsimile edition by Stanford press, Stanford, California....

Dietz (Richard) Photo Collection

The collection contains photographs collected by and taken by Richard Dietz The items in the collection are evidence of Mr. Dietz's passion for and interest in aviation history. The collection includes photographs, slides, and memorabilia from his travels to many...

Dietz (Robert S.) Papers

Papers of geologist Robert S. Dietz (1914-1995), including correspondence, writings, and files relating to Jacques Piccard's submersible ocean research vessel, the bathyscaph Trieste.

Diewerge (Wolfgang) typescript

Relates to the trial of David Frankfurter in Chur, Switzerland, 1936.

A Different Light Bookstore in West Hollywood Records

Sales and store inventory records of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender literature as well as bestseller information from A Different Light Bookstore in West Hollywood. Includes documentation of publishers, wholesalers and distributors as well as retail competitors from 1998-1999.

Digest, Alphabetically Arranged From H. Warner Allen's Book on Sherry

Handwritten digest of the contents of H. Warner Allen's book Sherry and Port.

Digest of the Laws of Kingdoms of the Indies

This is a typed translation of the , Madrid, 1756, second edition made by Charles Fletcher Lummis at an unknown date.

Diggers/Communications Company collection 1966-1968.

Broadsides, fliers, and pamphlets primarily published by the Communications Company and mostly relating to the Diggers.

Diggins (John P.) letters

Letters by the American philosopher Sidney Hook and the American journalist and author James Burnham, relating primarily to the influence of Marxism on various American intellectuals.

Digital Archive, American Jewish University

The American Jewish University Digital Archive includes photographs, scrapbooks, and ephemera depicting people, places and events that document the history from 1941 to the present of the University of Judaism and the Brandeis-Bardin Institute which merged to become American Jewish...

Digital Cultural Heritage Collection (3D), The Arc/k Project

The Arc/k Project partners with citizen volunteers and non-profit organizations around the world to preserve endangered cultural heritage for present and future generations via digital formats including 3D and Virtual Reality.

Digital Equipment Corporation PDP-1 Computer Materials

The Collection of Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) PDP-1 Computer Materials is comprised of program listings, manuals, technical papers, promotional materials, design drawings and photographs regarding the PDP-1 digital computer spanning 1959 to 1983.

Digital Equipment Corporation records

The Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) records comprise DEC's corporate archives, with material dating from 1947 to 2002. The bulk of the collection was collected and created during the company's years of operation from 1957 to 1998. DEC, founded by engineers...

Digital Pressbook collection

This collection consists of digital pressbooks for various motion pictures and television programs.

Digital Queers Records

This collection documents the work of Digital Queers (circa 1992-1996), a San Francisco-based non-profit that raised money for, and gave donations to, LGBT organizations so that they could upgrade their technology and increase their access to the internet.

Dignidad Rebelde graphic art collection

Seventy-five social justice-themed screen prints and posters by Dignidad Rebelde, produced between 2002-2021.

[Dignidad Rebelde prints by Jesus Barraza and Melanie Cervantes].

Prints pertaining to contemporary and historical struggles for social justice, cultural preservation, distinguished activists, etc.

The Dignity Papers

Dignity is an organization of Roman Catholic Gays and Lesbians that was founded in 1969. Dignity began as a “healing ministry” for lesbian and gay Roman Catholics, however the organization now welcomes peoples of all faiths and sexual orientations.This collection...

Dignity/San Francisco Records

Contains administrative files, and worship and liturgy files. Administrative files include correspondence, board and committee meeting minutes, newsletters, newspaper clippings, brochures, and Biennial Convention programs. Worship and Liturgy files include service scripts, schedules, lectionaries, readings, and programs for Sunday service....

Dignity/USA records

Records of Dignity/USA, the oldest organization for Roman Catholic members of the GLBT community, from it's founding in 1969 until the early 1990s. The materials include correspondence, minutes, motions, and work papers of the organization's Board of Directors and House...

Dike (Phil) Collection

The collection contains correspondence with colleagues, exhibitors, correspondence with Disney studios, art work, publications, exhibition pamphlets, and personal documents, lecture notes, and ephemera.

Diligencias fechas por mandamiento del ... visorrey [sic] desta Nueva España : Tarímbaro, Michoacán, Mexico : ms. S, 1583-1584.

Documents relating to Indian land named Opopeo including testimony of Spanish and Indian witnesses, an Indian genealogical chart, and a map. Signed by Pedro Gutiérrez de Cuevas, Lorenzo Suárez de Mendoza and others.

Diligencias matrimoniales del Señor Don Carlos Tadeo O'Gorman consul general de su Majestad Británic y de Doña Ana María Noriega de Vicario : México : DS, 1825.

File of documents compiled in Mexico City in 1825 preliminary to the marriage of O'Gorman, Consul General of Great Britain in Mexico City, and Señorita Noriega y Vicario, a minor. Includes baptismal records, petitions, maternal permission, order for publications of...

Dill (David Bruce) Harvard Fatigue Laboratory Reprints

Reprints (1924-1985) of journal articles by David Bruce Dill, physiologist and informal director (1927-1946) of the Harvard Fatigue Laboratory, director (1947-1961) of medical research for the U.S. Army Chemical Research and Development Laboratory, and director of the Laboratory of Patho-Environmental...

Dill (Marshall, Sr.) Papers

The collection consists of correspondence and speeches relating to the positions Dill held with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, San Francisco Housing Authority, San Francisco Grand Jury (Foreman), San Francisco Chamber of Commerce, and the Alien Enemy Hearing Board...

Diller (Phyllis) papers

This collection includes business papers, correspondence, sheet music, media, and memorabilia from the private collection of comedian and actress Phyllis Diller. Diller broke ground as one of the first and most prominent woman comedians through her stand-up act, films, television...

Dilling (Margaret W.) Collection

The Margaret (Marnie) Walker Dilling Collection is comprised of Dilling's ethnomusicological research, mostly on Korean music, Korean-American musical communities, and music of the Olympics. Included in the collection are her field notes, journals, and audio and video recordings. The types...