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L. A. Gay & Lesbian Center Records

This collection contains correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, proposals, contracts, accounting and finance records, flyers, brochures, calendars, notes, press releases, photographs, resumes, and other materials relating to the founding and activities of the Gay Community Services Center (now the L. A....

L. A. Huffmann photo, 1910

One mounted copy of a b/w photo, "Old Cheyenne 'Two Moons,' Blind and Aged," 1910. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

L. D. Carman pamphlet, 1924

One pamphlet, 1924, by L. D. Carman, about a man who impersonated Corbett, the soldier who killed John Wilkes Booth. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

L. D. Coffman note, 1934 October 18

One note (ANS) from L. D. Coffman, President of the University of Minnesota, re the Minnesota Plan. Oct. 18 , 1934. Alpha list.

L. E. Pierson letter to his brother, April.

One holograph letter written and signed by L. E. Pierson in April on Sandwich Islands to his brother about his whaling experiences in King George Sound, New Holland, New Zealand, Chatham Islands, and Society Islands.

L. Eve Armentrout Ma research materials, [ca. 1970s-1980s]

Chiefly research files containing photocopies and some newsclippings relating to Chinese-American history, along with research papers on Chinese overseas, history, economy, and politics. Also includes textbooks on classical Chinese language, geography, history, and math, as well as miscellaneous books on...

L. J. Hohl papers, 1906-1931.

Reports as consulting mining engineer in California, Oregon, Arizona, Alaska, Utah, Nevada, Honduras, British Columbia and Mexico.

L. Le Breton handcolored prints, 1818-1866

Four handcolored prints of ships: "Le Humboldt," "Pêche a la baleine," "Steamer le Franklin," and "Vaisseau mixte de 1er rang courantau plus près tribord amures," [ca. mid-1800s]. Gift of Virginia Backus Vanocur, in memory of her parents Barbara and Standish...

L. Lebenbaum & Co. price list, circa 1870-1900.

The collection consists of an undated price list for various grocery items, wines, and liquors sold by L. Lebenbaum & Company, Importers, of San Francisco.

L. Lee Morehouse Peru Mining papers, 1906-1920 (bulk 1906-1909)

Cite as: [Identification of item], L. Lee Morehouse Peru Mining papers, Wyles SC 1040. Department of Special Collections, UC Santa Barbara Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.

L. Lind Berlin photograph album, circa 1947

85 b/w images, no captions, mostly snapshots taken by L. Lind, a sergeant with the Swedish Red Cross. Includes views of Berlin monuments, war ruins, malnourished children, street scenes, cemeteries, destroyed tanks, and the Circus Barlay (one photo with Lind...

L. Martin Griffin papers, 1931-2000.

Consist of materials created and compiled by Griffin while he was a volunteer at Audubon Canyon Ranch and in the course of writing "Saving the Marin-Sonoma Coast" (1998). Record types include: minutes, financial records, correspondence, notes, newsletters, maps, photographs, and...

L. S. Ross document, 1864 March 5

[Brig. Gen.] Copy of Civil War document [ADS], communications with Major McKee re surrender of Fort Redoubt [Pensacola, FL]. Yazoo City [MS], 5 Mar. 1864.

[L. Temple Larrabee photograph collection pertaining to Hat Creek Radio Observatory].

Chiefly professional quality views of the Hat Creek Radio Observatory complex taken during its construction and the early years of its operation as an astronomical research unit affiliated with the University of California, Berkeley. Topics of photographic prints include the...

"LA 2000" Records of the 2000 Democratic National Convention

LA Convention 2000 and LA HOST, jointly known as "LA 2000," were responsible for bringing the 2000 Democration National Convention. This collection conists of the records documenting this effort.

La Argentina, Collection on

This collection consists of 45 photographs of La Argentina (Antonia Mercé), most taken during the 1930s by Monique Paravicini and D'Ora; a program from a performance in Paris by La Argentina; and two items of correspondence and a membership card...

L.A. Artists for Survival records relating to Target L.A.

The collection documents anti-nuclear war festivals in 1982 and 1983 organized by L.A. Artists for Survival, one of the later generation of artists' groups to emerge from the Los Angeles Woman's Building. The materials show the evolution of the festival's...

LA as Subject records

The LA as Subject Records is a predominantly textual collection that spans from 1996-2014 and is divided into seven series. Series One: Administrative Files; Series Two: Archives Bazaar; Series Three: Awards; Series Four: Collaborations and Grant Funded Projects; Series Five:...

L.A. as Subject records, 1989-2000 (bulk 1995-2000)

Records include development and background files for the L.A. as Subject program and directory created by Karen Stokes, the project manager for the organization at the Getty Research Institute, dating from 1989-2000 (bulk 1995-2000). Records document the development of Cultural...

La Bounty (Hugh O.) Papers

Hugh O. La Bounty served as president of California State Polytechnic University, Pomona from 1978 to 1991 and previously was a faculty member and administrator at the university. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, clippings, speeches, reports, publications, La Bounty's thesis...

La Cañada Flintridge Historical Buildings Collection

The La Cañada Flintridge Historical Buildings Collection illustrates how La Cañada Flintridge, California has developed and changed from the time it was made up of two unincorporated communities, La Cañada and Flintridge, to its current state as a prosperous city....

La Campana History Papers

The La Campana History Papers are comprised of the local history articles published in from 1970 to the present. , the membership publication of the Santa Barbara Trust for Historic Preservation, includes original research in the fields of history, archaeology,...

La C.C.B. presente Adolf Eichmann poster

Poster with skulls and a hand with a five pointed star grabbing another skull. "Adolf Eichmann" is printed in white letters.

La Crescenta Women's Club : materials, [1935-1936].

Notes on the formation of its California History and Landmarks Department; text for a pageant, Flags of California; mounted snapshots of club members.

La Cuesta Encantada menus, 1935 June 1 and 1936 May 31.

Menus from the Hearst estate at San Simeon.

La Escuela Argentina de Los Angeles records

Collection contains minutes of board meetings, copies of the school's room reservations with USC, newspaper clippings about the school, ephemera, and chronological files of documents from the years 1990-1995. The chronological files include correspondence and memoranda pertaining to the school's...

La Fargue (Thomas Edward) collection

Photocopies and typed copies of letters and reports, pamphlets, printed articles, and miscellaneous writings, relating to early contacts between China and the United States, to Charlie Jones Soong (father of T. V. Soong, Madame Sun Yat-sen and Madame Chiang Kai-shek),...

La Fiesta de Los Angeles brochure and letter, 1931.

Brochure for 1931 Fiesta de Los Angeles containing letter from fiesta managing director Waldo T. Tupper to Mr. H. W. Stanton dated August 15, 1931 on La Fiesta de Los Angeles stationary.

La Fortuna Mines records, circa 1857.

Contains accounts and technical drawings of equipment for mines in California.

La Gloria Gold Mine and Mill, 1950-1958.

One letter and three documents relating to the La Gloria Gold Mine and Mill in Batopilas, Chihuahua, Mexico.

La Grange Company Journal

Summary: A handwriten copy, all in the same handwriting, of the company record kept by three successive diarists of the La Grange Company as it proceeded from Texas to California over the Southern Routes in 1849. It is unusual in...

La Grange Hydraulic Gold Mining Company checks, 1899-1900.

Contains checks drawn on the Nevada National Bank of San Francisco and C.W. Smith.

La Grange Mining Company records : Trinity Co., Calif., [1893-1914].

Correspondence, legal papers, reports, etc., for the La Grange Hydraulic Gold Mining Company, incorporated in Colorado by Baron Ernest de la Grange and others. Name changed in later records.

La Habra Old Settlers Historical Society Collection

The digital La Habra Old Settlers Historical Society Collection includes images portraying the early history and development of the Orange County community of La Habra, Calif. and surrounding areas from 1896 to 1964. Many of the images cover early agriculture...

La Harpe, Jacqueline de [Photographs from the Jacqueline Ellen Violette de La Harpe papers].

Chiefly travel and personal snapshots, including an album documenting travel in Brazil from 1924-1926 (shelved in fALB); an album of a boat trip taken ca. 1930 from Buenos Aires to San Francisco with views of Argentina, Bolivia, Peru and Panama;...

La Jolla Art Association

The La Jolla Art Association Collection is made up of photographs, ephemera, and archival material collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference. The Association, one of the earliest in southern...

La Jolla Civic Orchestra Association

The La Jolla Civic Orchestra Association Collection is made up of photographs, programs, ephemera, directories, cookbooks, membership information, meeting minutes and archival material collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference....

La Jolla Civic-University Orchestra and Chorus Association Records

Records of the La Jolla Civic-University Orchestra & Chorus Association (later the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus Association), consisting largely of correspondence of the organization's officers, Board records, subject files and publicity. Materials include committee records, board meeting minutes, membership...

La Jolla Elementary School

The La Jolla Elementary School Collection is made up of photographs, scrapbooks, ephemera, archival material and a 1921 yearbook collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference. The La Jolla Elementary...

La Jolla High School, 1920 - 1949

The La Jolla High School Collection is made up of photographs and archival material collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference. The material is divided into two Collections: 1920 –...

La Jolla High School, 1950 to Present

The La Jolla High School Collection is made up of photographs and archival material collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference. The material is divided into two Collections: 1920 –...

La Jolla Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends Records

The collection documents the formation and later business meetings of the La Jolla group through meeting minutes, correspondence, and committee files....

La Jolla Players

The La Jolla Players Collection is made up of three scrapbooks containing archival material and ephemera pertaining to the La Jolla Players theatrical group who put on plays, competitions, and workshops for the La Jolla community. Also included are newspaper...

La Jolla Playhouse

The La Jolla Playhouse Collection is made up of photographs, ephemera and archival material collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference and includes materials from the La Jolla Summer Playhouse,...

La Jolla Shores Association Records

The document the history of the association from 1926-1973, with the bulk of the materials created from 1964-1972. The entire collection consists of paper materials such as correspondence, reports, and meeting minutes. The collection has been divided into five series: ,...

La Jolla Woman's Club and Socias Nuevas Club Collection

The La Jolla Woman's Club and Socias Nuevas Club Collection is made up of archival material, scrapbooks, photographs, and ephemera. The Woman’s Club in La Jolla dates to 1894, when it was first called The Reading Club. Other names were...

La Laguna Revue Magazine Collection, 1960s.

The La Laguna Revue was a pictorial magazine that was created in the 1960s by Roger Mayhall. Mayhall also acted as the magazine’s publisher. The magazines name derived from the Native Americans and Spanish peoples, who called the area of...

L.A. lumber

Title devised by cataloger.

La Maison Française Records

Three page La Maison Française annual report for 1987-1988 academic year. Report printed on paper with "parchment-like" appearance and adorned with gold seal and ribbon....

La Mesa Heights Community Church (Congregational) scrapbook

This collection consists of a scrapbook from the La Mesa Heights Community Congregational Church.

La Mesa Woman's Club Records

This collection contains important information of the foundation and operation of the La Mesa Woman’s Club (LMWC) covering the years of 1902-2013.

La Mesa Yearbook Collection

This collection consists of 9 series of yearbooks from schools in the La Mesa, California area. The majority of the collection relates to the yearbooks of Grossmont High School and Helix High School.

La Motte family papers, 1849-1872.

From Robert S. La Motte and his brother Harry to family, describing trip around the Horn; San Francisco in 1849; mining and Indians in the Humboldt Bay area; politics in California; the Vigilance Committee of 1851; Hawaii in 1851; fires...

La Mujer en America y España collection

Collection consists of various academic publications, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, and other writings about and by women and their lives and roles in 19th and 20th century societies.

L.A. Murillo papers, 1959-2013.

L.A. Murillo papers, BANC MSS 2019/226, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

La Onda Chicana [videorecording]

Four lectures on the history of Mexican-American music presented by the Stanford Chicano Fellows Program, Jan. 23-25, 1991....

La Opinion Newspaper Records

La Opinión documents local, national, and worldwide events from a perspective outside the dominant US narrative. It is currently compromises 147 linear feet of albums, compact discs, reader correspondence, film, internal files, negatives, newspaper articles and clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, and...

La Perlita mine photographs [graphic]

Includes general views of mine buildings, town, and mountains; rail tracks, ore dumps, structures and men outside the La Perlita shaft, and geological features. The location is presumed to be in Mexico, perhaps in the state of Puebla.

La Picirella (Joseph) sound recording

Song relating to the French resistance movement during World War II. Words and music by J. La Picirella. Sung by Michel Sande.

La propiedad hacienda "Agua Caliente" compuesta de los sitios Nagarejo, Sñ. Nicolas y Sñ. Antonio de Padua, [1711-1909] /

Includes title deeds, property transfers, wills, inventories and similar documents.

La Purisima Mission State Historic Park Collection

The La Purisima Mission State Historic Park Collection contains correspondence, administrative materials, architectural records, committee documents, news clippings, reports, and financial materials documenting the restoration of the mission beginning in 1934. In addition, the collection includes records of the Citizen's...

La Purísima Mission State Historic Park Photographic Collection

The La Purísima Mission State Historic Park Photographic Collection contains 4,649 cataloged images that date from 1787 through 2013. Images depict the property as ruins, a CCC restoration/reconstruction work site, and as a state park.

La Raza Association records (University of California, Irvine)

La Raza Association was a staff organization founded in the early 1970s that coordinated Chicano activities at the University of California, Irvine. This collection comprises an oversize screen printed poster for the La Raza Association dance, fliers, agendas, newsletters, correspondence,...

La Raza En Acción Local audio collection

The La Raza En Acción Local audio collection (1971-1977; undated) contains 40 reel-to-reel tapes featuring audio from La Raza En Acción Local, a Latino directed non-profit organization that was located in San Francisco's Mission District. Also included in this collection...

La Raza Galería Posada Records

Contains the organizational records of La Raza Galería Posada, a cultural center in Sacramento, California pertaining to Latino/Chicano and Native arts programming.

La Raza Publication Records

This collection includes digitized issues of the La Raza newspaper and magazine that ran from 1967-1977.

L.A. Rebellion collection

As part of an effort to desegregate the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television in the late 1960s, a group of African and African-American students enrolled as part of an Ethno-Communications program. Here, these students gained access to the...

La Rivers (Ira) papers

The papers of Ira La Rivers, an entomologist, professor, and museum director. Included are miscellaneous papers, drawings, and Naucoridae card catalog.

La Roche (Frank) Photographs of Alaska

This collection consists of photographs of Alaska taken ca. 1892 by Frank La Roche, depicting Alaskan nature scenes, views of town life (mainly in Sitka and Wrangell), and some Alaskan Natives. This collection provides insight into the Alaskan environment just...

La Rochester Mexico Photograph Collection

This collection consists of a dozen black and white photographic prints taken of various locations in Mexico by the La Rochester photography agency in the early 20th century. It includes interior and exterior shots of Tepozotlan, an interior shot of...

La Rue (Eugene Clyde) Papers

This collection consists of papers and 876 maps of Southern California hydraulic engineer Eugene C. La Rue (1879-1947) related to irrigation projects in the western United States, as well as diaries of La Rue's Colorado River trips from 1921, 1922,...

La Rue (Eugene Clyde) Photographs

A collection of photographs compiled or created by American hydraulic engineer Eugene Clyde La Rue (1879-1947), documenting his work on major irrigation projects and surveys in the western United States, 1905-1940s.

La santería chapina /

Photographs depict crucifixes, altars and other religious articles and arrangements as found in everyday use in Guatemala. Taken between 1976 and 1981.

La Tondre (Richard B.) medals

Japanese military medals.

La Tourette (Frank) papers

Frank D. La Tourette was a television writer, producer, director, and professor at the University of California, Los Angeles whose career spanned the 1940s to the 1980s. The collection consists of printed materials such as clippings and publications, correspondence, and...

La Valencia Hotel

The La Valencia Hotel Collection is made up of photographs and archival material collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference. The Collection contains material dedicated to the history of the...

La Vendimia Women's Club Records, Guide to

The La Vendimia women's club, operating from 1959 to roughly 1969, existed in the Rancho Cordova area, located approximately 11-miles east of Sacramento, California. Collection record types include photographs, brochures, certificates of acknowledgement/appreciation, correspondence and newspaper clippings.

"La vie moderne" and two letters : ms.S, 1904.

A satiric spoof submitted for publication, an accompanying letter from Lewis and a letter of rejection from Arthur Mee of The London Daily Mail.

La Voz de la Frontera (Mexicali) clippings

This collection consists of article clippings, dating from 1967 to 1977, from the newspaper "La Voz de la Frontera," published in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico. La Voz focuses on local Mexico and U.S. border issues. The clippings are chiefly arranged...

L.A. Watts Times newspapers and ephemera collection

The Watts Times was founded in 1965 following the Watts Riots. In 1976, Charles Cook purchased the publication and changed the name to L.A. Watts Times. The collection consists of original L.A. Watts Times newspapers, a small amount of awards,...

L.A. Youth newspapers and records

This collection documents the publications, copyright agreements, digital archives, and release forms of the independent student-written publication L.A. Youth, which ran from 1989 to 2013. It was the largest teen-run newspaper in the United States, and became known for tackling...

LAAMP Collection

Documenting the history of a Los Angeles educational reform organization, the holdings of the LAAMP (Los Angeles Annenberg Metropolitan Project) Collection consist of textual materials: subject files, correspondence, minutes and agendas of committee meetings, reports and studies, brochures, and publications...

Laan Tau Mountain Camp Collection

The Laan Tau (Lantau) Mountain Camp was a retreat above the city of Hong Kong dating back to 1925, which consisted of a number of stone cabins owned by both individuals and church organizations, and which served as a well-loved...

Laba (Roman) collection

Roman Laba (1944-2022) was an author and researcher on Eastern European poltics. The collection consists of material relating to political conditions in Poland, Russia and Ukraine, and especially to the Solidarnosc movement in Poland and to political developments in Russia...

Labagnino (Lars) Collection on Newport Beach Real Estate

This collection consists of real estate documents, housing development brochures, local maps, sales listings, periodicals, community association documentation and correspondence collected by Newport Beach real estate developer Lars Labagnino. The documents offer insights into the 1950s Orange County real estate...

Laban (Juana de) papers

Juana de Laban (1910-1978) was the director of graduate studies in theater at Baylor University, a distinguished professor at the University of Wisconsin, and served on the dance faculty at UCLA for nearly a decade. She was active in many...

Laban (Rudolf) Icosahedron

The collection comprises one 6 1/2" x 7" paper sculpture cutout created by choreographic notation expert Rudolf von Laban to form a human figure within a 20-sided geometric shape (an icosahedron).

Labedz (Leopold) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, serial issues, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, sound recordings, and motion picture film relating to political and cultural conditions in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Soviet and Eastern European dissidents, Russian and Eastern European...

Laben (Robert) Collection

Material regarding dairy herd records; University of California, Davis dairy operations; maps, photographs.

Labin (Suzanne) processed volume

Relates to Soviet propaganda.

Labonté (Richard) Photographs and Certificate

Color photographs documenting the social world of A Different Light (ADL) bookstore's San Francisco location in the 1990s, including ADL staff, an event by the cultural activist collective Boy with Arms Akimbo, and the 1996 Readers and Writers conference. Also...

Labor and tax attorney, 1949-1982 ; Sierra Club Foundation trustee, 1968-1981, 1994-1998 : oral history transcript / 1999.

Italian ancestry and family, and youth in Oakland; wife's Goodrich family history in California; boyhood experiences in Yosemite National Park, the redwood forests; University of California, Berkeley 1936-1941: anti-war demonstrations, reflections on Willard "Bull" Durham, Benjamin H. Lehman, Henriette de...

Labor Archives and Research Center Ephemera Collection

The collection consists of a wide range of ephemera pertaining to labor in the Bay Area, California and the nation. Dating from roughly 1900 to the present, the collection includes ephemera created by or related to labor unions, with large...

Labor Contractors Panel Discussion

A discussion by labor contractors Florisa Lopez and Henry Vega about farm labor in Ventura County

Labor Herald Photograph Collection No. 12

The collection consists of 280 photographs covering the decades 1930s-1960s; the bulk is from the 1940s. It represents a visual record of the leaders, meetings, strikes, World War II activities, Labor Day parades, and anti-Taft-Hartley demonstrations of major CIO unions...

Labor law at Morrison & Foerster, 1929-1971 : oral history transcript / 1994.

Clinton discusses his studies at Harvard; his early law practice, the Morrison & Foerster law firm in the 1930s and 1940s; finally, his newspaper publishing interests, serving as President of Amphlett Printing Co. between 1943 and 1986.

Labor Leaders View the Warren Era : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-76.

Interviews with two leading labor figures documenting the relationship between the labor movement in California and Earl Warren. Photographs and copies of documentary material inserted. Interviews include: Robert S. Ash - Alameda County Central Labor Council during the Warren Years....

Labor looks at Warren : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-1970.

Interviews (photographs inserted): Germain Bulcke, A Longshoreman's Observations; Joseph W. Chaudet, A Printer's View; Paul Heide, A Warehouseman's Reminiscences; U.S. Simonds, A Carpenter's Comments; and Ernest H. Vernon, A Machinist's Recollection.

The labor movement in Austria, 1916-1947 : sources and documents : typescripts, [undated].

Materials collected by Gulick in documenting the history of the Austrian labor movement. Contains: Ein Tatsachenbericht aus Oesterriech (5 p., typescript [carbon]); Auswandern (3 p., typescript); Die Lage der Juden in Oesterriech (2 p., typescript); and Georg Weissel-Leid (score of...

"Labor of angels: the restoration of Stanford University's Memorial Church" [videorecording]

Video presents the repair and renovation of Memorial Church, following the Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989.

Labor Project for Working Families Records

Labor Project for Working Families (LPWF) records comprise materials collected by Netsy Firestein in her position as founder and executive director of the organization from 1992 until 2013. The collection includes administrative and research materials, correspondence, newsletters, and publications produced...

Labor union litigation records.

The collection consists of legal files concerning numerous California labor unions from the 1930's through the 1950's.

Laboratoires Dujardin-Salleron Annotated Volume

Photographs, correspondence, clippings, notes, pamphlets, and ephemera preserved within an interleaved copy of Laboratoires Dujardin-Salleron's .

Laboratory technical reports, [ca. 1939-1945]

Included in: History of Science and Technology Collection.

Laborde (Alice Madeleine) papers

Alice Madeleine Laborde was a founding faculty member of the French and Italian studies department at UC Irvine. Laborde acted as Associate Professor and specialized in the study of 18th century French literature. In 1977 she filed a lawsuit against...

Labour and Socialist International. Congress issuances

Bulletins, reports, pamphlets, and miscellaneous printed matter, relating to and issued by the Fourth Congress of the Labour and Socialist International.

Labour Party (Great Britain). Broadcasting Section sound recordings

Relates to Labour Party policy regarding the British economy, racial tensions, defense, local government, and ownership of the mass media.

Labrant (Jonathan B.) Papers

Correspondence between Jonathan B. Labrant and his wife Mary; also letters to and by other family members.

LaBrecque (Ron) collection

The Ron LaBrecque collection spans the years 1973-1988 (bulk 1984-1987) and encompasses 3.7 linear feet. The collection consists entirely of research material for his book "Special Effects" (1988), an account of the helicopter crash during the filming of TWILIGHT ZONE?HE...

Labriola (Kathleen) papers

Kathleen Labriola was a research nurse who cared for patients with AIDS during the late 1980s and 1990s in San Francisco. She worked with Dr. Marcus Conant. This collection consists of a manuscript entitled, “The Precious Men We Lost, and...

Labriola (Kathy) Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 250 Collection

This collection documents the labor activities of Kathy Labriola, licensed vocational nurse, union activist, and community organizer. The records comprise newsletters, flyers, notes, correspondence, articles, clippings, and promotional materials collected and generated by Labriola in her role as shop steward...

Labuan [Malaysia], 1873 September 11

One letter (ALS) from unidentified party re deposits of coal, 11 Sept. 1873. Found in unsorted Wyles SC.

Labyrinth Project Records

This collection documents the proposal, dedication, construction and removal of the student built Labyrinth. Also includes some information on the adjacent Native American Indian lodge and village.

Lachman (Mort) Collection

The bulk of the Mort Lachman collection consists of scripts and production documents from television shows and radio shows on which he worked, primarily as head writer for Bob Hope. Scripts range from The Bob Hope Show (radio and television)...

LACMTA Transit Video Collection

The LACMTA Transit Video Collection contains over 700 items in video format from the 1970s forward, including staff training videos, public service announcements, and television news clips.

Lacy (Madison S.) albums

The Madison S. Lacy photograph albums span the 1920s-1970s and encompass 4.9 linear feet. The collection consists of prints and negatives of motion picture production and biography photographs, the bulk of which are portraits....

[Lacy, Proehl and Koenig family photograph collection].

Family photographs of various generations of Proehl, Lacy and Koenig families of California, Nevada, Arizona and Germany. Marie Proehl Lacy photograph (v.1) album contains chiefly personal snapshots depicting Marie, her husband Herbert J. Lacy, family, friends, leisure activities, primarily in...

Ladd (George D.) Correspondence

Collection contains holographs; 11 letters plus some accompanying postal covers and notes. Typescript summaries provided by antiquarian bookseller. George Ladd was a medical student at Rush Medical College, Chicago, and Boston Dental College, then a doctor in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His...

Ladd (George Eldon) Papers

Dr. George Eldon Ladd (1911 - 1982) joined the Fuller Seminary faculty in 1950 as one of its first professors of New Testament theology. Dr. Ladd's academic work emphasizing Historic Premillennialism challenged the more widely held evangelical view supporting Dispensationalism....

Ladd (Thornton) drawings for the Mrs. Donald Bear house

The Thornton Ladd drawings for the Mrs. Donald Bear house span 3 linear feet and date from 1955. The collection is composed of five architectural drawings in the form of blueprints. Drawings include: plot and roof plan, details, electrical and...

The Ladder: A Lesbian Review

A 1957 to 1968 run of the first nationally-distributed lesbian publication in the United States.

Ladder Periodical Collection

The Ladder Periodical Collection consists of incomplete magazine issues from the The Ladder—A Lesbian Review dating between the years 1963-1966. These magazines were very important to the acceptance of homosexuality in the United States during the 1960s and1970s. The Ladder...

Lademan (Joseph U.) papers

Memoranda, writings, reports, printed matter, clippings, and photographs, relating to the return of the U.S.S. Milwaukee (re-named Murmansk by the Russians) to the United States Navy from the Soviet Union in 1949, and to the atomic bomb testing at Bikini...

Ladies' Relief Society records

The Ladies' Relief Society's records document the Society's philanthropic work for needy women and children in Oakland, California from 1872 to 2007. The records include meeting minutes of the Executive Committee, Board of Directors, and Advisory Board; administrative files containing...

Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society of the Port of San Francisco records, 1876-1904.

Contains an original pen-and-ink calligraphic and hand-illustrated resolution of "sincere thanks" on vellum (mounted on board), presented to Mrs. E.P. Stevens by the Board of Managers of the Ladies' Seamens' Friend Society of the Port of San Francisco on September...

Ladies' Silk-Culture Society of California ledger

Income and disbursements for a silk culture promotional organization

Ladies' United Hebrew Benevolent Society resolution, 1868.

Consists of a resolution presented to Mrs. F. Tandler, a former president of the Ladies United Hebrew Benevolent Society in San Francisco, signed by the Society's officers and affixed with its organizational seal.

Ladnier (Harry Clarence) Jr. Papers

Includes employment records, time books, and yard notices documenting Harry Clarence Ladnier, Jr.'s career as a switchman with Southern Pacific Company.

Lady of South Mountain Script

Collection is of a script for a play on the "Lady of South Mountain"

The Lady Wilhelmina von Edelstein Drag Photographs

Photographs of The Lady Wilhelmina von Edelstein, the drag persona of William Eddelman. Eddelman is an Associate Professor Emeritus in the Stanford University Drama Department. He received his PhD in Theatre History and Design from Stanford in 1972. Eddelman is...

A lady's life : New England, Berkeley, China: oral history transcript / 1983.

Descendant of two distinguished New England families, and married into a third, this chronicles her life in New England society, her marriage to Prof. Woodbridge Bingham, their family, and travels to China and Japan in the turbulent 1930's, as well...

Laemmle (Carl) Collection

Papers and photographs; in English and German; compiled by Carl Laemmle. Collection contains primarily autographs from an international circle of friends, including heads of organizations, business magnates, statesmen, friends from Laupheim, Germany, the opera world, actors, writers and athletes.

Laemmle (Carla) Collection

Collection of documents and mementos from Laemmle and her family including the Civil War, Daughters of the American Revolution, early Hollywood, and the Loomis Institute (an early private secondary school in Connecticut). 1848-2000. See also GC 1331 Ray Cannon Collection

Laemmle Gallery photographs documenting the Laemmle art business, Munich and Los Angeles, 1894-1993

This collection of glass negatives, photographs, and tearsheets was assembled by art dealers Siegfried and Walter Laemmle in the course of pursuing business in Munich and Los Angeles and represents the remaining records of their business.

Laemmle Theatres records

The Laemmle Theatres theater chain was started in 1938 by brothers Max and Kurt Laemmle. The collection consists of hand written booking sheets, box office grosses, and payroll receipts; office files, and promotional material for Laemmle Theatre showings and event.

[Lafayette Dam, Contra Costa County, construction photographs, 1928].

41 early construction photographs documenting a failed earthen dam project of the East Bay Municipal Utilities District. A few views are panoramic.

Lafayette (Marquis de) Collection

A collection of letters and papers by and to the Marquis de Lafayette, members of his family and friends.

Lafayette Scrapbook Collection

Miscellaneous newspaper clippings concerning the history of Lafayette.

Lafler (Henry A.) Papers

Mainly letters written to Lafler; a few written by him; and a poem presumably written by Nora May French.

Laflin Family Photographs

The collection consists of 15 copy negatives of the Laflin family made from original ambrotypes, tintypes, and albumens.

LaFond (Eugene Cecil) Papers

Papers of oceanographer Eugene Cecil LaFond. The collection includes oceanographic data records from LaFond's research at the Navy Electronic Laboratory, as well as photographs of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography campus, vessels and personnel in the 1930s.

LaForce Collection

This collection contains property and fire damage appraisals produced by James LaForce during his career as an independent appraiser of agricultural land in the 1950s to 1970s, as well as reports on Warner Ranch and reports prepared for the City...

LaForest, John (First World War correspondence)

This collection contains one correspondence written by John LaForest, American Expeditionary Forces, to his parents during the First World War.

Lagerquist (Roger) Isla Vista history collection

The bulk of this collection include materials related to the history of Isla Vista and Lagerquist's involvement with the community as a resident from the 1960's until his death in 2016. Materials include reports, newsletters, photographs, and studies on Isla...

Lagomarsino (Robert J.) Collection

This collection documents Federal issues occurring during Robert J. Lagomarsino's public serve as a United States Congressman from 1974 to 1992. The collection also includes current events. The collection consists of correspondence, congressional bills, memoranda, newsletters, press releases, news articles,...

Lagow (Larry D.) typescript

Relates to the Center for Vietnamese Studies. Ph.D. dissertation, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. Photocopy.

Laguna Beach Historic Survey Board Records

This collection comprises pamphlets, information packets, clippings, newsletters, minutes, notes, and other materials documenting the Laguna Beach Historic Survey Board. Also included are criteria for establishing historical status, a glossary of architectural terms, data to complete housing surveys and information...

Laguna Greenbelt, Inc. Records

Laguna Greenbelt, Incorporated (LGI) is an active non-profit organization founded in 1968 to preserve the open space bordering the City of Laguna Beach, California and comprising Sycamore Hills and five canyons: Aliso, Wood, El Toro, Laguna and Morro. LGI has...

Laguna Pacific v. David Carter Legal Papers

Photocopy legal records relating to the lawsuit (1983-1985) brought by Laguna Pacific, the production company of gay adult filmmaker George Fisher (aka William Higgins), against David Beckmann (aka David Carter) for unauthorized selling of authentic copies, and selling counterfeit copies,...

Lagunitas Dam views [graphic]

Includes views of the dam and vicinity.

Lahad (Ezra) Yiddish & Hebrew theater ephemera

Yiddish and other theater ephemera including Purim plays, a program aabout Ida Kaminska and the Jewish State Theatre of Poland, and programs for the Fourth Theatre Festival of Moscow-Leningrad, 1936.

Lahiri (Sukhamay) Papers

Papers of physiologist Sukhamay Lahiri, documenting his research in oxygen sensing and high altitude physiology. Lahiri participated in the Silver Hut Expedition of 1960-1961 and the American Medical Research Expedition to Everest in 1981. The collection includes correspondence, writings, data,...

Lahiton - Cinema World image archive

The collection includes more than 15,000 photographs, most black and white, and more than 5000 color slides. The majority of the images were photographed in Israel between the 1950s and the 1980s, mainly by Israeli photographers. Some of the files...

Lahousen (Erwin) journal

Relates to German secret service operations during World War II. Typed transcript (in part, photocopy)

Lai (H. Mark) Research Files, Additions

The research files are an addition to (AAS ARC 2000/80) Him Mark Lai's collected sources, along with his writings and professional activity materials. They relate to the history, communities, and organizations of Chinese Americans and Chinese overseas. The collection is...

Lai (Him Mark) Papers

The Him Mark Lai Papers are divided into four series: Research Files, Professional Activities, Writings, and Personal Papers. Lai's extensive research spans over four decades, with the bulk of materials dating from 1970 to 1995. Although Lai was born and...

Lai (Him Mark) papers

Him Mark Lai (1925-2009) was a writer, historian, and archivist of Chinese America. This collections primarily consists of his own family history, particularly that of the Mark/Mai clan, and his parents’ immigration to California.

Lai (Mingtang) papers

Published versions of speeches and oral history, other printed matter, computer disks, medal, and photograph, relating to the armed forces of Taiwan.

Laidlaw (Catherine) Collection

Contains material collected by Catherine Laidlaw through her involvement in the Sacramento branches of both the Ladies' Society of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman and Enginemen and the Grand International Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.

Laidlaw family papers, [ca. 1885-1928]

Mainly letters of Clarence G. Akerly to his mother concerning his experiences in California and in France during World War I; letter from George C. Pardee to Murray Laidlaw; a few papers relating to Mrs. Laidlaw's early life in Evanston,...

Laidlaw (Harry Hyde) Papers

Harry Hyde Laidlaw, considered the "father of honey bee genetics," was a professor in the UC Davis Department of Entomology from 1947-1974. He was best known for developing artificial insemination technology for honey bees and his contributions enabled selective breeding...

Laidlaw (Marc) papers

The collection consists of manuscript drafts, notes, drawings, and author's copies related to the works of science fiction and horror author Marc Laidlaw. Also included in the collection are items related to Laidlaw's work as a scriptwriter for the video...

Laine (John W.) photograph collection

The John W. Laine photograph collection, circa 1910-1950, bulk 1930s-1940s, (SAFR 23843, P10-003) is comprised mainly of photographs of American-Hawaiian Steamship Company ships and their crews, including John W. Laine, ship's Engineer. The collection has been processed to the Collection...

The Lair of the Bear and the Alumni Association, 1949-1993 : oral history transcript / 1993.

Koll discusses his Wisconsin childhood, his education at the University of California, Berkeley, and later activity at the Lair of the Bear family camp, and in the Alumni Association as executive director; the Free Speech movement and campus politics; his...

Laird (Brian) collection of readings by Lawrence Clark Powell

Audio recordings and videotapes of Lawrence Clark Powell's readings of , , and , which were recorded from 1996 through 1998. Powell (1906-2001) was the UCLA Librarian from 1944-1961 and a prolific author on a variety of topics, including California...

Laird (Carobeth) papers

This collection contains manuscripts, press clippings, and other material regarding the research of Carobeth Laird, a noted anthropologist, linguistics specialist, and ethnographer who studied the Chemehuevi people of southeastern California and western Arizona. Materials regarding her first husband, American linguist...

Laird (Jack) scripts

This collection consists of scripts of American screenwriter, producer, and director Jack Laird (1923-1991).

Laird (Susan) papers

Material collected by Susan Laird related to TransGender San Francisco (TGSF), a longstanding organization which provides peer support for transgender and gender nonconforming people, as well as educating the public about trans issues. It was founded in 1982 as a...

Laissez Faire Books records

Correspondence, memoranda, financial documents, catalogs, other printed matter, and photographs relating to libertarianism and publishing in the United States.

Laitin (David D.) papers

The David D. Laitin papers contain speeches, notes, writings, correspondence, dissertations, pamphlets, bulletins, serial issues, and other printed matter relating to the history, language, political, and social conditions of Somalia in particular and the Horn of Africa in general.

Lake Angela & Reservoir Engineering Reports

Includes 2 copies of the "Engineers report covering existing facilities & concrete gravity type dam constructed 1945" for Lake Angela & reservoir.

Lake (Ann) Papers

A collection of family letters and papers related to the life of Ann Getz Lake.

Lake Arrowhead Promotional Album

A 1924 promotional album for cabin sites for sale in Lake Arrowhead, San Bernardino Mountains, San Bernardino County, California.

Lake County ranch accounts, 1920-1927.

Records for ranch near Middletown, Calif., operated by C.C. Donovan and his estate.

Lake (Delos W.) Papers

Papers belonging to American Civil War Union solider Delos W. Lake.

Lake (John P.) papers

Orders, reports, personnel records, certificates, and photographs, relating to American military assistance to Chinese forces during World War II, and to attempted American mediation between Kuomintang and Chinese communist forces in 1946.

Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Railway Company General Order

General Order No. 6 as to meeting points and telegraph orders.

Lake (Stuart N.) Papers

The collection contains correspondence, film and television scripts, articles, and photographs of author and screenwriter Stuart Lake (1890-1962), best known for his writings about the American West.

Lake Tahoe Narrow Gauge Railroad Invoices

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy invoices for freight shipment.

Lake Tahoe Photograph Album

This photo album includes snapshots of Lake Tahoe, its surroundings, and some vacationers, taken in 1902.

Lake Tahoe Railway & Transportation Company Collection

A ledger and a journal from the Lake Tahoe Railway and Transportation Company.

Lake Tahoe views from the Beverly Lacy Hodghead papers.

Snapshots of Lake Tahoe, Calif., depicting nature, boating, fishing, hiking, etc.; includes in addition views of Beverly L. Hodghead residence at 2903 Russell Street in Berkeley.

Lakes in the Sierra Nevada [graphic] /

Photos show Cascade Lake (altitude 6,530 feet) and Donner Lake (from the Central Pacific Railroad).

Lakeside Hotel Register

Collection consists of one guest register from the Lakeside Hotel for the dates May 29, 1888 through September 21, 1889, listing guest names, residences, room numbers, and dates.

Lakoba (N. A. (Nestor Apollonovich)) papers

Nestor Apollonovich Lakoba (1893-1936) papers document life and activities of the politician, revolutionary, party and government official, and victim of the purges.

Lal (Devendra) Papers

The papers of Devendra Lal (1929-2012), geophysicist, Director of the Physical Research Laboratory in Ahmedabad, India, and Professor at the Scripps Institute of Oceanography, UC San Diego. The papers document Lal's cosmic radiation and elementary particle physics research, as well...

Lalevitch (Dushan) typescript

Relates to conditions at Dachau.

Lalo (Pierre) Reviews

Reviews written by Edouard Lalo, for Le temps (Paris), chiefly of opera and choral performances in Paris....

Lam (Tony) papers

This collection is comprised of the personal and political papers of Tony Lam, a refugee from Southern Vietnam who influenced Orange County, California for several decades. The collection documents Lam’s life at Camp Asan refugee camp, his campaigns for Westminster...

Lamaina (Susanna Lucia) photographs of former Black Panther Party members

Photographs of former Black Panther Party members, including Angela Davis, Emory Douglas, Ericka Huggins, David Hilliard, Yvonne King, Cleo Silvers, Barbara Easley Cox, Celia Turner, Gladys Anderson, Kiilu Nyasha, Terry Cotton, Elbert "Big Man" Howard, Barbara Easley Cox, Cyris Innis,...

Lamantia (Philip) Papers

The Philip Lamantia Papers consist of correspondence, general files and personal papers. Correspondence is both incoming and outgoing, and correspondents include contemporary writers, publishers and publishing companies, members of the Surrealist Movement and Lamantia's mother and friends. General files make...

Lamb (Chester C.) papers

The Chester C. Lamb papers consist of field notes and correspondence. The field notes span the years 1925-1932, during which Lamb took on the roles of field assistant and Assistant Curator of Mammals at the MVZ. The correspondence dates from...

Lamb (Dana and Ginger) Papers

The collection consists of the personal papers of the adventurers and explorers Dana and Ginger Lamb. The collection contains an extensive amount of material which meticulously documents their travels, personal lives, and family history.

Lamb, Elizabeth Searle. Papers, 1917-

The collection is organized into five series: Correspondence - letters and ephemera from leading Haiku poets; Correspondence: China - documenting Lamb's involvement with the Haiku movement in China; Organizations - correspondence and related materials pertaining to Haiku organizations; Articles and...

Lamb (Harold) Papers

Harold Albert Lamb (1892-1962) wrote historical articles and stories for magazines, and adventure books. The collection consists of manuscripts, books, stories clipped from magazines, scrapbooks, letters, drawings, maps, pamphlets, notebooks, and other ephemera.

Lambda Amateur Radio Club Hollywood chapter records

Constitution, meeting minutes, correspondence, flyers, directories, financial records and other material from the Hollywood chapter of the Lambda Amateur Radio Club, 1991-1992.

Lambda Literary Foundation Records

The Lambda Literary Foundation Records, 1986-2010, includes correspondence, bylaws, licensing contracts, reports, financial records, publication subscription forms, copy, event brochures, memoranda, advertisement copy, news clippings, and photographs. The Lambda Literary Foundation is a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender literary organization,...

Lambert (Asael Carlyle) notebooks

Summary: Ten notebooks which deal with the following topics: blood and religion; spirituality; tithing and Mormonism; the serpent; Mormon revelations; Mormonism and Masonry; and "Epistole" of Liberty jail....

Lambert (Eric) Papers

The collection contains carbon typescript manuscript drafts of several of Lambert's works, many with extensive handwritten corrections and revisions....

Lambert (Gavin) Collection of Books and Tapes

This collection of Gavin Lambert materials consists of books, videocassettes, audio cassettes, and a computer disk.

Lambert (Louise T.) Oral History

Contains a transcript and sound recording of Lucille Kendall's 1976 interviews with Louise Todd Lambert; an interview history; and a few miscellaneous papers, including a photocopy of Lambert's 1958 letter of resignation from the Communist Party. The interviews document Lambert's...

Lambert School records, 1907

This collection contains school registers of the Lambert School, located in Dry Creek Valley northwest of Healdsburg, California.

Lambert (Scott D.) Papers

Scott D. Lambert Papers documents the activities of Scott Lambert during his tenure as the campus minister of the Malibu Church of Christ (later known as the University Church of Christ) at Pepperdine University from 1987-2005.The collection includes correspondence, clippings,...

Lambert (Sylvester M.) papers

The papers of American physician Sylvester Maxwell Lambert (1882-1947) relate primarily to his public health work for the International Health Board of the Rockefeller Foundation. He worked in this capacity in Oceania between 1918 and 1939, documenting the prevalence of...

Lambert (Thomas G.) Letter Book

Thomas G. Lambert traveled to California during the gold rush. He wrote a letter to his "Dear Parents" in a Cooke & Le Count's California Letter Book. In it he gives them a "confidential" account of his friends and acquaintances...

Lambert W. Steele letter, 1862 Februay 1.

Holograph letter written and signed by Lambert W. Steele of Company I, First Connecticut Artillery at Camp Ingalls, Arlington Heights, Virginia to his friend Mary. The letter states that he's glad to have received her letter and it has been...

Lamberton (Harry Clabaugh) papers

Harry Lamberton (1906-1961) was a lawyer and Assistant General Counsel in the Rural Electrification Administration, Solicitor for the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, and active in numerous committees for democracy. The Harry Clabaugh Lamberton papers includes documents, papers, and...

Lamble (David) Audio Recordings

This collection contains 20 years of reel-to-reel audiotapes from several radio programs hosted and/or produced by David Lamble, including Fruit Punch (KPFA), Just Before Dawn (KCHU), Traffic Jam, A Closer Look (KQED) and KGO-FM.

Lambrino (Jeanne Marie Valentine) papers

Memoirs, diaries, letters, notes, clippings, and photographs, relating to the marriage of J. M. V. Lambrino with Prince Carol and its subsequent annulment. Includes a diary about Prince Carol, 1919-1920.

Lamelas (David) Papers

The personal and professional papers of Argentinean sculptor and filmmaker David Lamelas provide an overview of Lamelas's artistic practices and the development of his work from sculpture to architecture, film, and conceptual installations. Drawings, sketches, notes, plans, photographs, correspondence, sketchbooks,...

Lamers (William M.) papers

Collection consists of materials relating to the manuscript of William Mathias Lamers' book, (Harcourt, Brace & World, 1961), a biography of Major General William Starke Rosecrans of the Union Army during the American Civil War. Collection includes the preliminary manuscript,...

Lamfrom (Burton F.) set plans

The Burton F. Lamfrom set plans span the year 1947 and encompass 1.8 linear feet. The collection consists of 181 pencil drawings, set plans, and elevations for JOAN OF ARC (1948)....

Lamis vs. Doyle and Sachs collection of court records

Judith M. Doyle became a therapist in 1977, and was executive director of One in Long Beach, Inc., which runs a gay and lesbian service center. She was a chairwoman of the AIDS Walk/Long Beach and is one of the...

Lammerts (Walter E.) Papers

Walter E. Lammerts (1904-1996) was an author, plant researcher, horticulturist, and rose breeder. His Papers contain manuscripts of his lectures on the science and art of rose breeding, reprints of his articles on plant breeding, especially rose breeding, and articles...

Lamon (Ward Hill) Papers

This collection contains the personal and professional papers of attorney and United States Marshal of the District of Columbia Ward Hill Lamon (1818-1891), a close friend and a biographer of Abraham Lincoln. The collection includes source materials for Lamon's biography...

Lamour (Dorothy) collection compiled by Paul Padgette

The Dorothy Lamour collection compiled by Paul Padgette spans the years circa 1930s-1996 and encompasses approximately one linear foot. It consists of three scrapbooks, publicity material, a book, periodicals, and other ephemera related to Lamour....

L'Amour Lynette & Sidiku Collection

Poetry of Sherman Alexie, Native American author, poet, and film maker.

Lamoureaux (Theodore J.) Papers

A collection of personal, business, and mining papers belonging to Theodore J. Lamoureaux, American mining engineer.

Lamparski (Richard) interview recordings

This collection consists of the audio recordings of American radio broadcaster and author Richard Lamparski.

Lampson (Robin) Collection

This collection consists of: drafts of works; literary reviews, by and about Robin Lampson; clippings describing Lampson's activities; bulletins & hand-outs describing his teaching activities; professional and personal correspondence; research materials on Sharon-Hill, Frederick Law Olmsted and the landscaping of...

Lamson Murder Case Collection

Collection includes clippings about the murder of Allene Thorpe Lamson and the trials of David Lamson, 1933-1992; photocopy of the testimony of police chief H. A. Zink; original typescript of D. L. Webster's "Notes on Investigation of the Physical Evidence...

Lamuth (George R.) photographs of Eppleton Hall (built 1914; tugboat)

The George R. Lamuth photographs of Eppleton Hall (built 1914; tugboat), 1970 March - 1989 September, (SAFR 23143, P99-015) consists of 26 color slides of EPPLETON HALL and related vessels. Most of the images are of EPPLETON HALL arriving in...

Lanagan (James F.) Papers

Collection includes Stanford diplomas of Lanagan and Clara Earl, 1900; letters to Lanagan congratulating him after football victories, 1904-05; military papers from his service in World War I, 1918-19, and his letters to Clara while in France, 1918; program from...

Lanagan (Thomas D.) Collection - Africa: the Hausa of Nigeria

From 1968 to 1972, three (3) accessions pertaining to Thomas “Tom” Dean Lanagan’s anthropological research were received by PAHMA. Lanagan primarily studied Hausa culture and language while attending the University of California, Berkeley and teaching at McGill University. The accessions...

Lanahan (Lawrence S.) collection of James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute case reports

The collection contains a summary of cases in the Brady Urological Institute of the Johns Hopkins Hospital from July 1, 1948 to June 30, 1949, prepared by Lawrence S. Lanahan. Residents include Willard E. Goodwin and Peter L. Scardino....

Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society records

Collection consists of correspondence, announcements, and notices addressed to T. Cann Hughes, an active member of the Lancashire and Cheshire Antiquarian Society, and related manuscripts, pamphlets, ephemera, and clippings, all collected by him....

Lancashire (David) photographs

Depicts the Chinese communist leaders Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai, and the former emperor Puyi.

Lancaster (Bill) Papers

The Bill Lancaster Papers consist of Lancaster’s scripts and project files for produced and unproduced film and TV titles written during his screenwriting career. The Bad News Bears, The Bad News Bears Go To Japan, The Thing, Firestarter and Monkey...

Lancaster (Burt) script books

This collection consists of the scripts of American actor and producer Burt Lancaster (1913-1994). These scripts are bound in book form with film stills for over 70 of the films that Lanaster appeared in.

Lancaster (Charles) ledger

The manuscript ledger of Dr. Charles Lancaster (1808-1903), a physician, lawyer, and author in Newark, New Jersey, documents his recipes for and trade in medical remedies, and as an "electro-medical specialist". The ledger begins with a "list of medicines in...

Lancaster (William H.) Papers

Assembly Member William H. Lancaster, Republican, was elected to the Legislature in a special election in June 1972. The William L. Lancaster Papers consist of 6 cubic feet of records reflecting Lancaster's activities during his time as an Assembly Member...

Lancelot Law Whyte correspondence, 1910-1958 (bulk 1910-1911).

Contains three letters to from different correspondents dated September 21, 1910, September 13, 1911, and August 20, 1958. The earlier two are handwritten with letterhead addresses located in England and Scotland. The later letter is typewritten in English, with a...

Lancey (Thomas C.) Papers

Thomas Crosby Lancey (1824-1885) joined the U.S. Navy (1846) serving as baggage master on the before being transferred to the U.S. Sloop of War as captain's coxswain. He kept a journal of daily occurrences which formed the basis of the...

Lanchester (Elsa) papers

The Elsa Lanchester papers span the years 1895-1976 (bulk 1930s-1970s) and encompass 39 linear feet. The collection includes scripts; correspondence; clippings; writings by Lanchester, including voluminous files with manuscripts, correspondence, clippings, and interview transcripts related to her published ("Elsa Lanchester...

Lanchlin McLaine Bank Collection

Accounts, certificates, checks, correspondence, deeds, receipts....

Lanchlin McLaine Bank Collection, 1860-1883.

Accounts, certificates, checks, correspondence, deeds, receipts

Land Agreements Between the University of California and the Irvine Company

This collection contains photocopies of the agreement between The Irvine Company and the University of California to deed 1,000 acres of land to the University for a new Irvine campus. Included is the initial agreement of July 20, 1960, as...

Land, Air, and Water Resources (LAWR) Climatological Data for Davis, California

Sheets of observation data from NOAA Reference Climatological Station maintained by the Department of Land, Air and Water Resources, University of California, Davis.

Land, Air, and Water Resources (LAWR) Records

Collection includes correspondence, memos, manuscripts, pamphlets, photographs, slides, research projects, soil maps, and surveys.

Land and Water Contracts

Land and Water contracts consist of standard contracts between the San Luis Rey Water Company and various landowners throughout San Diego County, including in Oceanside, Poway, Mira Mesa, and Solana Beach. The agreements specify terms and conditions regarding the construction...

Land Case Maps

Placed on permanent deposit in The Bancroft Library by the U.S. District Court, San Francisco. Maps show land grants (ranchos) in California presented in evidence to the District Court. Dockets from which these maps were removed are in The Bancroft...

Land Deed Signed by Andrew Jackson

The collection consists of one deed for eighty acres of land in Indianapolis, Indiana, dated September 30, 1835. The document bears the signature of Andrew Jackson, who was then the seventh president of the United States.

Land development and irrigation views from the Elwood Mead papers.

Views relating primarily to agriculture, irrigation and land development. Locations include Merced River, Sutter Butte and Susanville, Calif., among others. View from Susanville relates to lumber industry. Includes many views from the Durham and Delhi, Calif. land settlement projects.

Land Family Photographs and Records

The collection contains the photographs and business records of Feather River Pine Mills and the Land family, including, correspondence, financial statements, reports, and legal documents. The majority of the collection consists of photographs and negatives documenting mill construction and logging...

Land grant for military service to William and James Taylor signed by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, 1897

Land grant for military service from the United States government to James Taylor, assignee of William Taylor, for seven years of William Taylor's voluntary service in the U.S. Military. The document is dated 1807 and is signed by Thomas Jefferson...

Land Grant to William Bingham, Esq., for Property in Lycoming County from Thomas Mifflin, Governor of Pennsylvania

Collection comprises one land document to William Bingham, Esq., for property in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, dated 17 May 1796, and signed by Thomas Mifflin, Governor of Pennsylvania.

Land Grants [with presidential signatures], 1824, 1833

Two documents, dated 1824 (Certificate #100, Yates County, New York, signed by James Monroe) and 1833 (Cerificate # 1511, Owen County, Indiana, signed by Andrew Jackson . [Oversize boxed].

Land (Joel) Scrapbook

This scrapbook, origins unknown, contains photographs of family and friends of Joel Land, a member of the US Air Force; many are identified by first name in the annotations. There are also two letters and a United States Air Force...

Land of gold: an ill-fated journey to California via Nicaragua made by Eri B. Hulbert and William W. Walker in 1852 : n.p. : typescript (carbon), 1955.

Transcripts of diary and letters of Eri B. Hulbert, and of letters of William W. Walker (from Sacramento, 1852-1853) and Mary Louisa Hulbert, prepared by Elizabeth Wyant Martin and Louise Hulbert Prescott.

Land planning and acquisition, U.S. Forest Service : oral history transcript / and related material, 1964-1976.

Comments on his long career with the Forest Service, particularily as assistant chief in charge of lands and land acquisition. Appended: photocopies of documentary material supporting the interview. Photographs included. With this, as v. 2 (in a box): additional documentary...

Land speculation and irrigation development in the Sacramento Valley, 1905-1957 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1957.

With signed statement of rights, portrait photograph and memorial tribute from the Colusi County Historical Society, added. Notes his and his wife's family backgrounds; history of irrigation and land companies in the Sacramento Valley; the rice boom; the Irrigation Districts...

Land Survey Field Books

A collection of 112 field surveyor notebooks and five indexes containing field survey notations for park construction projects.

Land use and planning documents, San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties

Crowder served as Palo Alto City Planner from 1972-1982 and was on the Portola Valley Planning Commission from 1974-1982. From 1987 to 1997 she was a member of the San Mateo County Trails Advisory Committee. She was an elected member...

Landacre (Paul), Anthony L. Lehman Collection on

This collections consists of Anthony L. Lehman's research material and Paul Landacre collection, which was used as source material for his 1983 book,

Landacre (Paul) Collection

The Paul Landacre Archive contains the artist's original artwork, prints, and blocks, personal papers, business archive, and published versions of his work, as well as the personal papers of his wife, Margaret McCreery Landacre. This collection also includes realia and...

Landacre (Paul), Crisell Collection on

The Paul Landacre collection formed by Robert and Toni Crisell consists of the artist's prints and related drawings, published examples of his work, exhibition catalogs and other works about Landacre, and research files compiled by researcher Patricia Adler Ingram.

Landahl (Herbert D.) Papers

Papers include correspondence, grant applications, reports, relating to Dr. Landahl's teaching, research and the Society for Mathematical Biology and its publication, the ...

Landau (George W.) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, clippings and other printed matter, video tapes, and photographs relating to American relations with Paraguay, Chile, Venezuela, and other countries in Latin America.

Landau (Rom) Collection

The collection primarily contains correspondence laid in books of Landau's, which were purchased by UCSB in 1967....

Landau (Rom) Middle East Collection

The Landau Collection consists chiefly of Rom Landau's personal library and other materials--notably clippings, periodicals and government documents--that he used in teaching coursework in Is-lamic Studies at the University of the Pacific. As might be ex-pected, the primary focus of...

Landau (Saul) papers

This collection contains 16mm films, videocassettes, documents, and other material regarding the professional work of Saul Landau, scholar and filmmaker on foreign and domestic policy issues as well as Professor Emeritus at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

Landau (Saul) papers

Interview transcripts, correspondence, sound recording, videotape cassettes, and motion picture film reels, relating to political conditions and revolutionary movements in Latin America.

Landauer (Carl) papers

Correspondence, printed matter, and sound recordings of interviews relating to economics, world politics, and efforts to aid German Jewish refugees to the United States during the 1930s and World War II.

Lander Family Papers

The papers of Edward Lander consist of a photograph of the bust of Edward; letters from his father and relatives, 1853-1858; miscellaneous legal, military and financial documents; political and military broadsides; printed speeches and poems; and numerous clippings....

Landers (John) photographs

Includes one photograph album and loose photographs taken during the 1940s; photographs include images of San Francisco architecture and scenery, naval facilities in San Bruno, California, naval officers relaxing, dancers, boxers, the Stanford University campus, and a naval parade in...

Landes, David. Photographs from the David L. Landes papers.

Includes photographs of Landes and associates, especially pertaining to his activities with the Disabled International Support Effort (DISE) and other efforts related to disabled persons and disability rights, including organizations and events in the United States, Cuba and Nicaragua.

Landes Manufacturing Co. Portfolios

The Landes Manufacturing Co., established in 1953, was known for its for experimental outdoor furniture designs and technical innovations. The collection consists of five portfolios containing black and white and color images documenting furniture designs produced by the Landes Manufacturing...

Landesen (Arthur C.) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, and miscellanea, relating to White Russian consular activities in San Francisco.

Landi (Count Carlo Zanardi) Collection

This collection includes handwritten letters, typed correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, invoices, photographs, and pamphlets primarly regarding Count Carlo Zanardi Landi's steamship salvage business after World War I. Count Carlo Zanardi Landi was a Marine Superintendent of the Ocean Salvage Company...

Landing of the first transpacific telegraph cable at Ocean Beach, San Francisco, Calif.

Panoramic images, probably by an amateur photographer, depicting a crowd gathering in anticipation of the landing of the first transpacific telegraph cable on December 12, 1902 at Ocean Beach, San Francisco, Calif. Visible offshore is cable ship Silverton of the...

Landis (John) papers

The John Landis papers span the years 1973-1998 and encompass 9 linear feet of manuscripts, 12.4 linear feet of photographs, 78 pieces of production art, and 46 posters. The collection consists almost entirely of scripts and production material on more...

Lando (Maximillian N.) Estate Collection

Copies of legal papers relating to the contested estate of Maximillian Nandor Lando, who left much of his estate to the "good people of Los Angeles."

Landon Fellom San Jose document transcriptions, 1791-1850.

Written transcriptions in English of various San Jose documents and correspondence between 1791 and 1850. These were originated by a number of government and church officials, and cover a variety of civil, religious, and military matters.

Landré-Beauvais (Augustin Jacob) Lecture Notes

"An extensive and well-preserved series of transcribed notes for lectures given by the French surgeon Landré-Beauvais at the Hôpital de la Saltpêtrière in Paris at the opening of the nineteenth century. Landré-Beauvais was one of the most distinguished students of...

Landres (Paul) film and television scripts

This collection consists of scripts for film and television series that American editor and director Paul Landres (1912-2001) worked on. He worked largely from the 1930s to the 1960s.

Lands Commission Records

The California State Lands Commission Records consist of 43 cubic feet of textual records with selected photographs and maps interfiled reflecting the Commission's management and supervision of California's state owned lands. There are 0.25 cubic feet of VHS Video tapes...

Land's End, S. F. [graphic].

Print depicts view of Pacific Ocean from the Land's End area of San Francisco, with fishermen on rocks in foreground and a foghorn/light structure in distance.

Lands of Bodega Letters

The folder contains a letter in Spanish to the Prefect of the 1st District regarding lands solicited by Stephen Smith and Don Victor Prudon.

Landsburg (Alan) collection of That's Incredible! audience letters

Letters of audience responses to the television series ....

Landscape and Portrait Album

The subjects of these photos are predominantly unidentified landscapes and single and group portraits. The album also contains photos of horses, houses, and cattle.

Landscape architecture : the profession in California, 1935-1940, and Telesis : oral history transcript / 1993.

Eckbo discusses his family background; studies at the University of California, Berkeley, and Harvard Graduate School of Design; work for the New York World's Fair, the Farm Security Administration, San Francisco; and Telesis.

Landscape Prints and Drawings Collection

Since its founding in 1956 the Grunwald Center has acquired a formidable number of landscape prints and drawings dating from the Renaissance to the present. A 1988 bequest of more than 850 landscape prints and drawings from the collection of...

Landscapes Glass Plate Negatives Collection

The Landscapes Glass Plate Negatives Collection contains 299 original glass plate negatives of various late 19th century geographic landscapes and locations taken by an unknown photographer circa 1850-1886. The negatives represented include 252 images of New Zealand, including the now...

Landscapes of the West [graphic].

Photographs depict landscapes within various wilderness preserves of the western United States. Subjects include: Prisoner's Harbor (Santa Cruz Island Preserve, Calif.), Ear Mountain (Pine Butte Swamp Preserve, Mont.), Cascade Head (Cascade Head Preserve, Oregon), Christy Beach (Santa Cruz Island Preserve),...

Lane (Charles) papers

Writings, notes, printed matter, sound recordings, photographs, and miscellanea, relating to military conflicts in Central America and in Bosnia.

Lane (Craig J.) Production Papers

This collection of papers spanning from 1999-2000 document First Assistant Craig J. Lane's work on production of the television movies The Secret of Giving (1999) and By Dawn's Early Light (2000). Craig J. Lane (b. October 10, 1961) lives and...

Lane (Donneter) Papers relating to the Guyana Emergency Relief Committee

The collection consists of papers collected by Donneter Lane concerning Peoples Temple and the 1978 Jonestown tragedy, the bulk of which were generated by the Guyana Emergency Relief Committee (GERC) between the years 1978 and 1980 and document the Committee's...

Lane (Elliot H.) Employment Application

Chicago & North-Western Railway Company employment application for position of agent and operator, Southern Illinois Division, completed by Elliott H. Lane (born 1869).

Lane (John Vernon) Personal Papers

John Vernon Lane served in the Army Air Corps.

Lane (Joseph) Papers

The Joseph Lane papers document his work with the Shanti Project, an agency dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS and other life-threatening or chronic illnesses. The collection predominantly includes material related to the PWA...

Lane (L. W.) miscellany

Photographs, speech transcript, printed matter, and flags, relating mainly to the United Nations.

Lane (Laurence W. "Bill," Jr.) papers

The papers include speeches, personal correspondence, and correspondence and documents relating to Lane Publishing Co., producers of Sunset Magazine, books, and films.

Lane (Pauline) Papers

Primarily ordinal writings by Pauline Lane, translations of foreign works into English, and books of poems. Also includes some newspaper clippings regarding the dedication of the Cooper Medical College Building (given by her husband Levi Cooper Lane in 1882), later...

Lane (Thomas A.) papers

A major general in the United States Army and conservative columnist, lecturer, and author, the bulk of the collection reflects Lane's interests in American foreign and military policy, the Vietnam War, religious political issues, communism, and activities of Americans for...

[Lane-Turner family archive].

Family photographs, scrapbooks, correspondence, papers, and ephemera of a Berkeley, California family.

Lane-Wells Company records

This small collection consists of a commemorative album celebrating the 100,000th Gun Perforating Job by the Lane-Wells Company of Los Angeles on June 18, 1948 and additional printed ephemera, 1939-1954, created and collected by Walter T. Wells, co-founder and Chairman...

Lang (Erwin) Bookstore Event Party Photographs

Erwin Lang photographs of an unidentified bookstore event party, undated.

Lang (Fred S.) Company Archive

This collection contains correspondence, ephemera and other materials of and made by The Fred S. Lang Company of Los Angeles, from academic prospectuses to an invitation for an exhibit of Mr. Lang's work held by the Rounce & Coffin Club.

Lang (Fritz) papers

This collection includes scripts, manuscripts, screenplays, research files, clippings of current events, correspondents, interviews, photographs, and stills related to the projects of Austrian German American director Fritz Lang (1890-1976).

Lang (Lothar) Collection

Compiled by German art historian Lothar Lang, the collection represents the work and activity of over 700 artists and institutions in East Germany in the latter half of the 20th century. The bulk of the collection is composed of artists'...

Lang (Norma J.) Papers

The Norma Lang Papers include correspondence, articles, teaching materials, and lab notes related to Lang's career in plant biology at UC Davis.

Langdon (E. A.) Letter

Letter from E. A. Langdon, April 10, 1887, to a cousin pertaining to the Lathrop and Langdon genealogies.

Langdon (Margaret) Papers

The Margaret Langdon papers contain correspondence; proposals and projects, primarily the Comparative Dictionary of Yuman Languages consisting of correspondence, contracts, evaluations, data entries, and drafts. Also included are Langdon's conference and workshop presentations along with numerous articles published in professional...

Lange (Dorothea) Collection

In the three decades since its acquisition by the Oakland Museum of California, the Dorothea Lange archive has received heavy use by scholars, researchers, and the general public. The astonishing range of subjects and themes addressed by Lange over a...

Lange (F. W. T.) letter

Relates to the collection of literature on World War I.

Lange (George Adam) papers

Orders, reports, correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to American naval operations, especially in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and to Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Lange (Harold M.) collection of material about Malawi

This collection consists primarily of reports, correspondence, and meeting minutes of educational committees involved in establishing and or improving educational programs in Malawi as well as reports, correspondence, and pamphlets concerning the Malawi Polytechnic University Project. This collection also includes...

Lange photo group: San Francisco views.

Several published by the California View Co.

Lange (William Harry) Papers

William Harry Lange (1912-2004) served as Professor of Entomology at the University of California, Davis. His papers contain correspondence from 1943-1951 regarding work on insecticides and their usefulness in controlling crop pests, reprints of his articles, and some research materials...

Langelier (Wilfred F.) papers

The collection includes reprints of journal articles authored or co-authored by Langelier and articles that discuss Langelier's work, P. H. McGauhey's draft (unused) introduction to the Langelier oral history, a photograph album, a bound volume of Langelier's works, etc.

Langenheim, Jean H. Papers

This collection comprises the professional papers of Jean H. Langenheim, including correspondence, notes, photographs, slides, and publications related to her research, teaching, and other professional activities. Also included are correspondence, photographs, and other materials related to her family, childhood, and...

Langer (James) papers

Papers of James Langer, American professor of physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara. These papers include research files and publications, correspondence, clippings, handwritten lecture notes and calculations, and photographs from his academic career as a graduate student while...

Langhorst shop.

Views of the jewelry shop of John Henry Langhorst, Jackson, Calif., including a cabinet card port. of Langhorst (by Wallace Kay of San Francisco).

Langmuir (Robert V.) Papers

The Robert Vose Langmuir papers document only a small portion of Langmuir's work. Notably absent is material on the Caltech synchrotron. Files include technical reports from the General Electric period, with an acccount of the discovery of synchrotron radiation by...

Langs (Robert) Papers

Manuscript and galley proofs for psychiatrist Langs's 1987 book .

Langsner (Jules) papers

Jules Langsner was born on May 5, 1911, in New York, New York and died in Los Angeles, California, on September 29, 1967. Langsner was surrounded by intellectuals and artists from a young age, and became a celebrated art writer,...

Langston (Berta Green) papers

This collection includes the personal and professional papers of Berta Green Langston, an active member of the Socialist Workers Party and Socialist Action who was involved in various protest movements during the 20th century. It includes newsletters, newspaper articles, miscellaneous...

Langston Hughes collection, approximately 1934-1966.

Letters written to Roy Blackburn; manuscripts of some short stories, a play, and a poem; sheet music with lyrics by Hughes; programs for his plays, music dramas, lectures, etc.; printed copies of poems and articles; clippings; photographs; recordings; obituaries.

Language and Education Research (Center for). Administrative files.

Record Series 417 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Center for Language and Education Research. Files include abstracts, meeting minutes, committee documentation, conference materials, contracts, articles, reports, press, and proposals.

Language and Education Research (CLEAR) (Center for). Computer floppy disks.

Record Series 418 contains files stored on computer floppy disks, generated by the Center for Language Education and Research at the University of California, Los Angeles between 1985-1989.

Language and Education Research (CLEAR) (Center for). Reports.

Record Series 416 contains reports generated by UCLA's Center for Language and Education Research (CLEAR).

Language Education and Research (Center for). Audio Cassette Tapes and Transcriptions.

Record Series 419 contains tapes and transcriptions of the "Seminar on Two Way Bilingual Immersion Programs" held by the Center for Language Education and Research in 1986. Tapes and transcripts relate elementary school class sessions.

Language Education and Research (Center for). Correspondence Files.

Record Series 415 contains correspondence, proposals, and memos from the Center for Language Education and Research.

Langum (David J., Sr.) Legal Papers

The David J. Langum, Sr. Legal Papers, 1968-1978 document Langum's ten-year tenure in San José, California as a practicing attorney and resident. The papers consist of complete legal files and a sampling of other legal cases. Langum is a lawyer,...

Lankes (J.J.) collection of bookplates designed by

A collection of bookplates designed by J.J. Lankes.

Lanman and Kemp correspondence, 1852-1881.

130 items of correspondence relating to the drug and medicine trade in San Francisco and California. Includes correspondence with the firm's retailers in San Francisco, including Hostetter & Smith (later Hostetter, Smith & Dean), A.F. Downing & Son, and the...

Lanman and Kemp. Letters from California druggists : ALS, 1850-1880.

Includes information on purchase and sale of drugs, method of shipment, and the promotion of "Florida water."

Lanman and Kemp miscellany, 1857-1870.

8 folders of materials relating to business conducted by the Lanman and Kemp includes receipts for shipping items, newspaper advertisement clippings, and correspondence with suppliers and retailers.

Lanman (Charles) Papers

Artist and author Charles Lanman's output was informed by and representative his nature travels east of the Rocky Mountains, and wrote about the major personalities of his field and time. The collection includes twenty- three unpublished manuscripts about these subjects,...

Lanman (Charles) papers

Charles Lanman (1819-1895) was an editor, librarian, and author. He also wrote travel accounts of his explorations in wilderness areas of the eastern United States, and is best known as the publisher of the , first issued in 1859. The...

Lanman, Joseph Letter signed by Rear Admiral Joseph Lanman, 1868 July 14.

Holograph letter signed by Joseph Lanman, Rear Admiral of the United States Navy, to Vice Admiral David D. Porter about Ensign M. R. S. Mackenzie having signed the Declaration to become a member of the Naval Association. It states that...

Lanneret (Pierre) papers

Writings, notes, correspondence, serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, internal bulletins, and photographs, relating to left-wing resistance activities in France during World War II, and to libertarian socialist and communist movements in France, the United States and elsewhere.

Lannon (Albert Vetere) Labor Workshop Collection

Consists of issues of bulletins, numbers 1-7 (1969-1970) published by the Labor Workshop of Chicago, along with a small amount of correspondence between Lannon and Workshop members, regarding the mission and focus of the newly formed group.

Lanny Baugniet collection of Theatre Rhinoceros pictorial material.

Posters, fliers and production photographs for productions at Theatre Rhinoceros, a gay and lesbian theatre company in San Francisco, during its early years.

Lanny Baugniet collection of Theatre Rhinoceros records and ephemera, 1977-1996 (bulk 1977-1986).

Contains the articles of incorporation, bylaws, audience questionnaires, play programs, theatrical reviews, and season brochures. Collected by Lanny Baugniet.

Lanouette/Szilard Papers

Papers relating to writer and public policy analyst William Lanouette's research for , published in 1994 with Szilard's brother Bela Silard as co-author. Research materials are mostly photocopies of correspondence, clippings, patent documents, and other materials related to Szilard's life...

Lansburgh (G. Albert) Collection, 1891-1939

The collection documents Lansburgh's student work, travels, and architectural projects.

Lansdale (Edward G.) papers

Writings, memoranda, reports, studies, correspondence, printed matter, sound recordings, and photographs relating to the Vietnam War and to counter-guerrilla operations, especially in Vietnam and the Philippines.

Lansford Warren Hastings papers, 1847-1849.

Includes letter to Richard Mitchell Sherman, requesting supplies be sent by Sutter's launch, and a bill of exchange.

Lansing (Robert) miscellaneous papers

Diaries, correspondence, and memoranda, relating to American foreign policy during World War I and to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. Photocopy.

Lansing (Warren) Typescript diary

Relates to conditions in France at the time of its capitulation in World War II.

Lanterman Family Collection of the Church of the Lighted Window

Consists of documents, photographs, programs, and architectural drawings collected by the Lanterman family as a founding family of both the Church of the Lighted Window and La Cañada-Flintridge. Throughout the Lantermans’ time in La Cañada, different family members were active...

Lanterman Family Photograph Album Collection

Consists of the personal photographs and some paper ephemera collected by the Lanterman family as a founding family of La Cañada Flintridge, California. Materials date from 1867 to the 1940s, with images of the Lanterman House and California travel.

Lanterman Family Photograph Collection

Consists of the personal photographs and postcards collected by the Lanterman family as a founding family of La Cañada Flintridge, California. Materials date from 1835 to 1980, with images documenting the family’s origins in New Jersey, its establishment in La...

Lanterman (Frank) Papers

The Frank D. Lanterman Papers consist of 8 cubic feet of textual records and one audiocassette tape that reflect the interests and political activities of Assembly Member Lanterman during his 28 years in the California State Legislature.Throughout his 28 years...

Lanterman (Frank) papers

The Frank Lanterman papers, 1955-1978 (bulk 1965-1978), represent a part of the legislative career of Frank Lanterman, who served in the California State Assembly from 1951 to 1978. Lanterman, who was responsible for almost 400 bills during his 28-year career,...

Lantern Slide Collection

Artificial collection of glass positives. Scenic travel views (including national parks and buildings and monuments), motion pictures-related slides including theater announcement cards and topics including Egyptology and inventions. 1915-1929, undated.

Lantern Slide (San Francisco) Collection

This artificial collection consists of 726 lantern slides documenting significant San Francisco events including the Midwinter Fair of 1894, the 1906 Earthquake and Fire, and Panama-Pacific International Exposition of 1915. There are an extensive amount of exterior shots of San...

Lantern slides advertising household products [graphic]

Color slides of advertising drawings for products carried by a San Francisco hardware firm, apparently designed for theater projection. Items advertised include paint, appliances, roofing materials, etc.

Lantern slides collection

This collection contains a variety of lantern slides depicting geographical areas, buildings and ruins, famous individuals, and people of various countries.

Lantern slides collection

This collection consists of around 750 3" x 4" lantern slides on the history of California, reproduced from engravings, drawings, and photographs from the late 19th century.

Lantern slides Collection

Consists of collodian dry plate lantern slides of California scenes, originally stored in lantern slide plates boxes. Includes fifteen views of historic Monterey and Pacific Grove sites.

[Lantern slides from the Elwood Mead papers].

About half of the views in this collection relate to reclamation and resettlement project in Australia, including some general views of Leeton, New South Wales. Many maps, announcements, views of farming, factories, etc. are pictured. Many slides are text for...

Lantern slides from the Geography Department, U.C. Berkeley [graphic].

Geography Department teaching slides from the early 20th century. Includes some reproductions of maps, but chiefly photographic landscape views in the American West and Mexico, as well as topics such as regional industry, glaciation, physiography, erosion, water, seismology and volcanism,...

Lantern slides from the Sudan area and Northern Africa [graphic]

Includes views, from the Sudan area (West Central Africa), and Morocco, depicting Islamic architecture, desert cities and surrounding them walls, villages, dwellings, native population, horses carrying decorative saddles, landscapes, canoes, etc. Several pictures of ruined city of Volubilis(?), Northern Morocco,...

Lantern slides of agricultural laborers in California [graphic]

Views of itinerant farm workers and campsites in various California locations.

Lantern slides of Alaska and California.

Views of California mainly show San Francisco (Cliff House, Chinatown, Sutro Baths, etc.) but also include Sacramento, Catalina Island, Mt. Lowe, the Hotel del Coronado, Sacramento, and missions. Many of the views of Alaska relate to Indians: portraits (some in...

Lantern slides of Calistoga, Napa, and St. Helena, Calif. [graphic]

Viticulture and other scenes of the Napa Valley regions. Some show Luther Burbank at work in a garden.

Lantern slides of churches of Northern California [graphic]

Includes: Christian Church, Pacific Grove; Lakeport; Fortuna; Vacaville; Christian Church, Willows; and 2 views of an unidentified Christian Church.

Lantern slides of Japan.

Views picture various scenes from Japan: workers in rice fields, ladies in kimonos, a statue of Buddha, a temple, street scenes, street vendors (coal, wood, etc.), an American flag in a parade, street cleaning, fishermen, theater (and audience), boats, and...

Lantern slides of logging and forestry [graphic]

Slides are divided into regions according to the type of timber grown: The Douglas Fir region (Oregon and Washington); the Redwood Region: (Northern and Central California) and the Ponderosa Pine Region: (Arizona, California, Montana) and within each region there are...

Lantern slides of logging and forestry [graphic]

Slides are divided into regions according to the type of timber grown: The Douglas Fir region (Oregon and Washington); the Redwood Region: (Northern and Central California) and the Ponderosa Pine Region: (Arizona, California, Montana) and within each region there are...

Lantern slides of Los Angeles views [graphic]

Lantern slides show a Los Angeles street scene, including the store of Harris Newmark and the I.W. Hellman building; Pico House, Merced Theater, and Masonic Hall; the Old Court House; and a view of the city including the Gas Works,...

Lantern slides of Mexico and American Southwest [graphic]

Slides of sites, maps, early printed sources, etc. relating to the history of Mexico and the American Southwest. Apparently used for teaching in the U.C. Berkeley Department of History.

Lantern slides of railroad and mining scenes [graphic].

Slides of photographs by Alfred Hart relating to trains show tracks, track construction, tunnels, bridges, railroad cuts, depots, and related scenes. Other Hart photographs show street scenes, wagons, logging, hydraulic mining, mining camps, construction, and Superintendent Strowbridge and family (at...

Lantern slides of San Francisco Bay Area bridges and the Oakland estuary tunnel construction.

Slides depict the construction of the Carquinez Bridge, San Francisco Bay Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge, and the Oakland estuary tunnel.

Lantern slides of Sierra Nevada scenes.

Wilderness scenes and Sierra Club outings, primarily in the Sierra Nevada range.

Lantern slides of Sierra Nevada scenes.

Collection of lantern slides depicting Sierra Nevada scenes such as wilderness, waterfalls, Sierra Club outings and horseback riding, Some views of O'Shaughnessy Dam (Hetch Hetchy) and a Johnson Jeffries boxing match are also included.

Lantern slides of the American Southwest.

Views of aspects of Indian life in the Southwest, including dances, Zuni rituals, pueblos, and Navajo blanket weaving. Mesa Verde, the Acoma pueblo and various places in Arizona and New Mexico are pictured.

Lantern slides of the Lagunitas area, Marin County (Calif.)

Lantern slides depicting a group of unidentified men posing in various outdoor settings in vicinity of Lagunitas, Marin County (Calif.). Some views depict Lagunitas Creek.

Lantern slides of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906 [graphic]

Views of the aftermath of the earthquake of 1906. Includes earthquake damage, the burning city, the post-fire homeless, and relief efforts.

Lantern slides relating to Ishi.

Slides show Ishi in traditional and contemporary dress: holding a bow, cleaning an animal, etc. Other views show bark homes, scenery, arrowheads. Also includes a miner at a sluice box, and a man in a canoe. Drawings and plans of...

Lantern slides relating to John Muir and the Harriman Alaska Expedition [graphic].

Lantern slides include portraits of John Muir, views of his family and associates, photos of some of Muir's sketches, scenes from the Harriman-Alaska Expedition, etc. Includes photographs of drawings from Alaska.

Lantern slides relating to transportation and water supply in California [graphic]

Lantern slides show a table demonstrating water supply related figures, and various proposed transportation alternatives (tunnel, etc.) to connect Oakland with San Francisco.

Lantos (Tom) Papers

The Tom Lantos Papers document the career of a Hungarian-born American politician who was the only Holocaust survivor to have served in the United States Congress. He served 14 terms, from 1981-2008, in the United States House of Representatives as...

Lantz (Walter) animation archive

Collection consists of materials related to the career of cartoon animator, Walter Lantz. Includes production files, subject files, cels, drawings, backgrounds, exposure sheets, and comic books and posters. Production files contain writer's and director's materials used in pre-and early production....

Lanz (Henry) Papers

The materials consist of three published articles from .

Lanz (Hubert) memoirs

Relates to German mountain warfare operations in the Soviet Caucasus and in Yugoslavia and Greece during World War II. Photocopy.

Lanza (Ron) Collection of Josie's Cabaret and Juice Joint Records

The collection primarily comprises promotional cards, flyers, and posters; publicity photographs; and media reviews regarding events and performers promoted at Josie's Cabaret and Juice Joint, bulk 1991-1998. A Castro institution for 10 years, Josie's Cabaret and Juice Joint provided a...

Lao Stories: Laotian American Oral History Project

Lao Stories: Laotian American Oral History Project consists of audio and video interviews of Laotian Americans across the United States about their life experiences.

Lapel pin collection

Lapel pins from the United States relating to political parties, elections, the World War I war effort, relief activities, and a variety of other topics.

LaPena (Frank R.) Papers

The Frank R. LaPena Papers (1900-2013) include subject files on topics concerning Native Americans, in particular, California Indians. Topics include institutions, people, programs, laws, and events. In addition, files relating to his time teaching and participating in campus programs at...

LaPensée (Elizabeth) art prints

The collection consists of 47 art prints created by artist and designer Elizabeth LaPensée. Prints in the collection reflect LaPensée's research and work in Indigenous Futurisms, and the weaving of past/present/future.

Lapham (Roger D.) photograph collection

The Roger D. Lapham photograph collection, 1892-1956, bulk 1915-1945, (SAFR 23379, P79-092a) is comprised mainly of photographs of American-Hawaiian Steamship Company vessels. The collection has been processed to the Item level and is open for use.

Lapham (Roger Dearborn) papers

Policy papers, memoranda, estimates, relating to American aid to China.

Lapidus (Gail W.) Papers

The papers consist primarily of research files containing both articles (in English and printed in Cyrillic - exact Slavic language unknown, but presumably Russian) and drafts of papers on the Soviet Union from as early as 1966 and as late...

LaPiere (Richard T.) Papers

These papers document LaPiere's writing career and include correspondence and reviews of THE FREUDIAN ETHIC and five of his other published books; typescript articles and lectures; typescripts of four unpublished books; and reprints of his scholarly articles.

Lapin (Harvey and Connie) Collection

Harvey and Connie Lapin's son Shawn was diagnosed with severe autism as a child. In the 1970s, they became activists in advocating for autistic children and adults, and Shawn became national poster child for the National Society for Autistic Children...

Laplace (Pierre Simon) Papers

Includes scientific papers, published and unpublished; texts of formal scientific projects; correspondence, both scientific and personal; political papers; papers related to personal matters ranging from business accounts to household receipts; the correspondence of Madame Laplace, including hundreds of letters...

LaPorta (Esther) Donor Relations records

These records include Esther LaPorta's research materials about the University of San Diego founding, interview transcripts for Author and Marge Hughes, and Capital Campaign materials. Research materials include copies of correspondence between Bishop Charles Buddy and members of the...

L'apotre de Narbonne : ou la vie du glorieux Serge Paul, premier eveque de la ville : Narbonne, France : ms., 1650.

Biography of Sergius Paulus, first bishop of Narbonne, with a short survey of the episcopal history of the town after Paulus' death at the end.

Lapteff (Alexis V.) papers

Memoirs, reports, and photographs, relating to relief work in the Ufa-Urals district.

L'Architecture lettriste collection

A collection assembled for an exhibition in 1988 at Lecointre-Ozanne in Paris featuring maquettes, projects, plans and writings of Isidore Isou, Roland Sabatier, Alain Satié, François Poyet, Gérard-Philippe Broutin, Albert DuPont, and Micheline Hachette. Included are manifestos and bulletins; proposals...

Larcom (Lucy) Collection

The collection contains correspondence, photographs, cards, family history, and clippings, ca. 1846-1893, relating to Lucy Larcom (1824-1893), a Massachusetts poet, story writer, essayist, abolitionist, and friend of John Greenleaf Whittier....

Lardner (Ring, Jr.) papers

The Ring Lardner Jr. papers span the years 1920-2002 (bulk 1941-1995) and encompass 17.1 linear feet. The collection consists primarily of script material and personal papers. Of special interest is his collection of relevant material regarding the blacklist, including numerous...

Large (Jean Henry) miscellaneous papers

Writings, a diary, correspondence, and photographs, relating to the genealogy of the Henry family and to personal affairs of Jean Henry Large and Lou Henry Hoover.

Larin (Georgii Pavlovich) papers

These papers contain the correspondence of Georgii Pavlovich Larin, a Russian émigré and Cossack, who was active in China, and later emigrated to Australia. Included are various materials relating to the activities of the Bratstvo russkoi pravdy in China, a...

Larkey (Joann Leach) Papers

Files from her work with the University of California, Davis Oral History Project and local history material including posters, newspapers, and several photographs.

Larkin (George) Papers

George Larkin (1888-1946) starred in many silent films and wrote mystery scripts with his wife, Olive Kirby Larkin, including (1922) and (1924), which became silent films in which George Larkin also starred. The collection consists of manuscripts jointly written by...

Larkin House Collection (Monterey State Historic Park)

The Larkin House Collection consists of material connected with the Larkin House State Historic Monument in Monterey, California. In this historic adobe, decisions were made and actions taken that shaped the early history of the State of California. The collection,...

Larkin, James Hopkins (Civil War clipping)

This collection contains one clipping of a letter from James Hopkins Larkin to his sons during the Civil War.

Larkin (Thomas O.) Account Books

Invoices of merchandise shipped and consigned to John A.C. Holmes for sale in California, 1827-29, and accounts with crew members on the brig, Maria Esther, 1829-31. Daybooks, journals, ledgers, cash book and miscellaneous accounts for his store in Monterey; accounts...

Larkin (Thomas O.) Papers

The bulk of the collection consists of Larkin's correspondence concerning business, politics, consular affairs, and issues relating to the U.S. conquest of California.

Larkin (Thomas Oliver) Letters

File contains 7 handwritten letters from Thomas O. Larkin to Edward L. William from 1856, and 3 photocopies of a handwritten letter from Larkin to the Consulate of the United States 1846 (3 copies of same letter).

Larkspur, California pictorial miscellany.

Views of Larkspur, Calif. include homes, gardens, stores, public buildings, hotels, the train station, Magnolia Ave., general scenery, parades and festivals, and swimmers. Other topics: roads, trains, buggies, aerial views, etc. Identified portraits include Frank Morrison Pixley, W.H. Mahoney, and...

Larminat (Joseph de) diary

Relates to the imprisonment of J. de Larminat at Mont-Dore, France, by Vichy government officials.

LaRosa (Steve) videotape collection

The Steve LaRosa videotape collection consists of documentaries, commercials, interviews with musicians and actors, public service annoucements, and other assorted footage created by Steve LaRosa and Steve LaRosa Productions between 1976-2008. The collection is organized into nine series: television documentaries,...

Larpent (John) Plays

This collection consists of official manuscript copies of plays submitted for licensing in Great Britain between 1737 and 1824 that were in the possession of John Larpent (1741-1824), the examiner of plays, at the time of his death in 1824....

Larrance Page negative collection [graphic].

Chiefly various scenes in California; includes many shots of the University of California, Berkeley, campus.

Larrinaga (Mario) Don Quixote drawings

Set of seven hand-colored drawings by Mexican-American movie art director and set designer Mario Larrinaga (1895-1979) depicting scenes from the novel by Miguel de Cervantes.

Larry Keenan, Jr. papers, 1963-2009.

The Larry Keenan, Jr. Papers document Keenan's career as a photographer. Included in the collection are his correspondence with friends and colleagues, including Michael McClure and Bruce Conner; exhibition files, most notably for his shows of Beat era photographs held...

Larry Keenan, Jr. photograph archive [graphic].

The Larry Keenan, Jr. archive is most notable for its documentation of the counter-culture of the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1960s and early 1970s. Youth and popular culture (rock music), the arts (literary and visual arts), and prominent...

Larry Orman collection of Friends of the River material, approximately 1973-2010.

Collection is compilation of materials from various creators and collectors who were also members of the Friends of the River or who were involved in activism to save the Stanislaus River from construction of the New Melones Dam. Includes various...

Larsen (E. S.) collection

Clippings, reports, and pamphlets, relating to political events in East Asia.

Larsen (Marjorie) Collection

This collection consists largely of Speed-A-Way clippings, correspondence, film, photographs and biographical material from Larsen's experience as a Physical Education teacher and Dean of Girls at Edison High School (1961-1969).

Larsen (Milt) variety theater collection

This collection consists of materials amassed during the later half of the 20th century by Milt Larsen, founder of the Academy of Magical Arts at the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California, and the Society for the Preservation of Variety Arts....

Larsen (Richard D.) Photograph Collection

The Richard D. Larsen photograph collection consists of 55 photographs of an Arbor Day tree planting ceremony in Joaquin Miller Park in Oakland, California on March 7, 1978. Many of photographs show California Governor Jerry Brown speaking to a crowd...

Larson (Arnold B.) Collection About the Los Angeles Press Club

Arnold Byron (Wolf) Larson (1901- ) worked for many newspapers and news services in the Midwest and California as a reporter, editor and columnist. He later went into private practice as a publicist for various organizations and agencies, including the...

Larson (Clarence E.) collection

American leaflets dropped on Japanese cities in conjunction with the atomic bombing of Japan, calling for Japanese surrender. Includes translations. Photocopy.

Larson (Clinton F.) Papers

The collection consists primarily of material related to the work of American poet, professor and editor Clinton F. Larson.

Larson (Gerard A. and Georgia B.) Theatre Collection

The collection consists of over 200 years of theater memorabilia, primarily from the Haymarket district in London, the bulk of which dates between 1830 and 1930. Gerard and Georgia Larson assembled this collection over their lifetimes, focusing heavily on collecting...

Larson (James Timothy): The Creative Legacy Collection

Timothy James Larson (1942-2011) served as pastor, educator, therapist and caregiver. After becoming permanently disabled, he wrote spiritual journals, memoirs and poetry. This collection includes his over 4000 page dream journal, along with other writings.

Larson, John A. (John Augustus) Photographs from the John A. Larson papers.

Photographs related to John Larson's professional career and, particularly, early polygraphs.

Larson (John A.) Papers

The John A. Larson papers contain material primarily compiled by Larson and possibly others as background for papers and books. Includes correspondence, writings, material related to his professional career, polygraphs, subject files, and clippings. The bulk of the collection is...

Larson (Lou) Photographic Collection

Photos focusing on World War One aircraft and airships.

Larson (Roger K.) Papers

The Roger K. Larson papers measure 5 linear inches and date from 1988 to 1997. The papers are comprised of book auction catalogs which document one man's deep respect for scholarship as well as the sweep of California and Western...

Larsons (M. J.) papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to life in Russia prior to the 1917 Revolution; the persecution of the Jews in Russia and their emigration to Germany, 1904-1906; Soviet financial and commercial policy, 1918-1925; the purchase...

Larwin (Thomas F.) San Diego Trolley Collection

The documents the development of the San Diego Trolley in the early 1980s, and expansion of trolley service through the early 2000s. The collection includes news and press clippings; reports on national developments in light rail transit (LRT) systems; Metropolitan...

Las Animas Rancho Abstract

This collection consists of eight bound volumes of copies from official records and one index volume. The volumes document chains of title to lands encompased within the Las Animas Rancho in and around Gilroy.

L.A.'s Business Team Records

This collection contains marketing materials, official documents, and press items for L.A.'s Business Team.

Las Donas. Administrative files.

Record Series 686 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Las Donas. Files include Morning reports, president's books, meeting minutes, membership profiles, by-laws, reports, and other administrative materials.

Las Donas. Scrapbooks.

Record Series 685 contains the scrapbooks of UCLA's Las Donas generated from 1969-1995.

Las Patronas

The Las Patronas Collection is made up of photographs, ephemera and archival material collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference. Las Patronas began in 1947 in La Jolla, the concept...

[Las Vegas area photograph album].

From Andover Street Archive ;

Las Vegas photographs.

Photographs taken in Las Vegas, Nevada for Life Magazine, including scenes of gamblers playing card games and slot machines in casinos, bingo games, diners at a buffet, an unidentified man on the construction site of a large motel, and showgirls...

[Las Vegas photographs].

20230623 uncataloged

Lasar (Matthew) Papers on KPFA and Pacifica Foundation

The Matthew Lasar Papers on KPFA and Pacifica Foundation contain the research materials used for Lasar's books (1999) and (2006). Pacifica Foundation is an American non-profit organization which owns five independently operated, non-commercial, listener-supported radio stations known for their progressive/liberal...

Lasartemay Family Papers

The Lasartemay family papers include correspondence, essays, funeral and theater programs, invitations, résumés, photographs, and newspapers clippings documenting primarily the family’s participation in various civic organizations. The papers are organized in to four series: Eugene P. Lasartemay, Ruth Hackett Lasartemay,...

A. Lascy reminiscences : ms.S.

A series of four sketches relating to Calaveras County, prepared for members of the Calaveras Society, containing recollections of his move to the county in 1850 and his experiences gold mining.

Lasic-Vasojevic (Milija M.) holograph

Relates to conditions in Yugoslavia during World War II and to Yugoslav resistance movements and ethnic strife. English translation published as Enemies on All Sides: The Fall of Yugoslavia (Washington, 1976). Photocopy.

Lask (George E.) Papers

George E. Lask (1866-1936) was a prominent stage director in San Francisco and New York. Lask is famous for staging the first American production of the musical in New York in 1900. The original sextet in the show that Lask...

Lasker (Albert D.) Papers

The collection reflects broadly the professional life of American businessman and philanthropist Albert D. Lasker, as well as other family members including Mary Lasker, Edward Lasker, Frances Lasker Brody, and Mary Lasker Block.

Lasker (Edward) Manuscript Collection

The collection contains correspondence and other material related to Edward Lasker's horse library as well as 19 manuscript volumes from his library.

Lasker Lodge Collection

The contents of the collection consist of a bound  minute book, beginning with the first meeting on June 26, 1887 and ending with a meeting on January 23, 1922. In the minute book, besides the meeting minutes, there are lists...

Laskowicz (Krystyna) papers

Correspondence, personal documents, photographs, printed matter, and memorabilia, relating to the Solidarność movement in Poland.

Lasky (Jesse L.) papers

The Jesse L. Lasky papers span the years 1906-1975 (bulk 1930s-1950s) and encompass 4.2 linear feet. The collection contains a variety of material relating to Lasky's career in film, television, and radio. There is correspondence, scripts, financial records, photograph albums,...

Lasky Players oil painting by Alexander Z. Kruse

The Lasky Players oil painting by Alexander Z. Kruse is undated. The framed painting depicts a man playing guitar and is related to a Jesse Lasky production filming on location on Long Island in the 1910s....

Lasota (Irena) collection

Books, pamphlets, and serial issues, relating to political conditions in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Includes underground publications and publications of the Institute for Democracy in Eastern Europe.

Lassen (freighter) logbook and records

Lassen (freighter) logbook and records (SAFR 16498, HDC 220) are dated 1924. The log was kept by mate H.G. W. Olsen and records headland, compass readings, weather and climate. There are also remarks about accidents and drills. The LASSEN traveled...

Lassen (Harry S.) Papers

Collection contains 1758 travel slides taken by Lassen on his travels around the world. Most are from Africa and South America, but slides from Asia, Europe and North America are also included. Also contains titles for slides, Lassen's notes on...

Lassen Lumber and Box Company Records.

Lassen Lumber and Box Company operated in Susanville, CA. The collection contains copies of administrative materials and photographs.

Lassen (Steam schooner) pilot house logs

Lassen (Steam schooner) pilot house logs (SAFR 21624, HDC 1361) date 1924, 1927 and 1932. The LASSEN hauled lumber between its home port of Hoquiam, WA and various California ports, including San Francisco, Oakland and Ventura. These logs document day-to-day...

Lasser (David) Papers

Papers of David Lasser, labor activist and aerospace visionary. In the early 1930s, David Lasser founded and became the first president of both the American Interplanetary Society and the Workers Alliance of America. He wrote one of the first books...

Lasswell (Steven)/Tiersma (Peter) Frisian research archive

Materials created and collected by the linguist Steven Lasswell in the course of writing his 1998 dissertation as well as materials by and from the legacy of the late Peter Tiersma, Frisian linguist and professor of law.

Lasswell William Weston (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains two correspondence from T/Sgt. William W. Lasswell, USA to friends during the Second World War.

Last Call at Maud's collection

Maud's was a San Francisco lesbian bar open from 1966-1989. This collection contains material related to the creation of the 1993 documentary . Included are press packets, documentation of the Los Angeles premiere of the documentary at the Pacific Design...

Last call at Maud's publicity materials, 1993.

Promotional materials (in black paper folder with photocopy of publicity shot on cover) for a film about lesbian history in Califorina containing a flyer, exhibition schedule for showings throughout the United States and Canada, a publicity photograph (8x10, b&w) from...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Agriculture Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Agriculture Prints and Ephemera contains roughly 2,315 items from approximately 1818 to 1924, with the majority of material dating from 1850 to 1900. The collection consists mainly of advertising prints and ephemera related to...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Artist Posters

The Jay T. Last collection of artist posters contains over 370 printed works spanning over eighty years, from 1883-1964. The bulk of the materials date from 1890 to 1900 and advertise American literary books and periodicals. Bicycles, household goods, and...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Beverage Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Beverage Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 3,240 printed items advertising beverage products and related businesses in the United States from the 1840s to the 1940s, with the bulk of the items spanning from...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Education Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Education Prints and Ephemera contains over 2,200 printed items related to education in the United States from 1788 to approximately 1930, with the bulk of the items dating from 1850 to 1910. Most of...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Entertainment: Balls and Carnivals Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Entertainment: Balls and Carnivals Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 150 printed items related to social and celebratory events primarily in the United States from the 1840s to 1940, with the majority of items dating...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Entertainment: Circus Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Entertainment: Circus Prints and Ephemera contains more than 850 printed items that relate to circuses in the United States from the 1846 to the 1990s. The collection consists of advertising and promotional materials, business...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Entertainment: Performing Arts Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Entertainment: Performing Arts Prints and Ephemera contains more than 2,300 printed items primarily advertising theatrical and musical entertainment and related performers in the United States from 1839 to the 1940s, with the majority of...

Last (Jay T.) collection of entertainment: Schaefer's Opera House business correspondence

The Schaefer's Opera House business correspondence, a subset within the Jay T. Last collection of entertainment prints and ephemera, contains records of the Schaefer's Opera House entertainment venue of Canton, Ohio, from approximately 1867 to 1900. Approximately 420 items focus...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Entertainment: Theatrical Broadsides and Playbills

This collection contains approximately 1,000 printed 19th and early 20th century entertainment broadsides, playbills, and related advertisements, and forms a subset within the Jay T. Last Entertainment Collection. These items date from 1809 to 1923, with the bulk spanning between...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Fairs and Expositions Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Fairs and Expositions Prints and Ephemera contains more than 1,965 printed items that relate to fairs, exhibitions, expositions, and other similar gatherings and events in the United States from 1834 to 1970, with the...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Fashion: Honig & Schutter Business Correspondence

The Honig & Schutter business correspondence, a subset within the Jay T. Last Collection of Fashion Prints and Ephemera, contains records of the Honig & Schutter clothing dealers of Hazelton, Pennsylvania. The approximately 65 billheads and related documents from 1884...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Fashion Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last collection of fashion prints and ephemera contains approximately 7,500 items dating from the 1570s to the 1940s, with the bulk of the items spanning from 1825 to 1900. This collection consists of fashion plates, advertising prints,...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Fashion: William Hunt Business Ephemera

The William Hunt Business Ephemera, a subset within the Jay T. Last Collection of Fashion Prints and Ephemera, contains promotional materials accumulated by jeweler William Hunt of Uniontown, Pennsylvania. About 125 items from approximately 1861-1916 focus on merchandise and supplies...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Finance Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Finance Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 1,075 printed items related to finance, banking, auctions, and other monetary products and services in the United States from 1794 to 1926, with the bulk of the content...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Firefighting Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Firefighting Prints and Ephemera contains more than 200 printed items that relate to firefighting and the activities and organizations of firemen in the United States from approximately 1820 to 1909. The collection consists of...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Food: California Citrus Box Labels

The California Citrus Box Labels, a subset within the Jay T. Last Collection of Food, contains more than 1000 lithographed labels that relate to the California citrus industry in the United States from 1880 to 1960, with the bulk of...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Food: Fruit and Vegetable Labels

The Jay T. Last Collection of Food: Fruit and Vegetable Labels contains over 9,000 printed produce labels from the 1870s to the 1970s, with the majority of items dating from 1890 to 1950. The collection is comprised mainly of...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Food Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Food Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 4,950 printed items advertising food products and related businesses from the 1840s to the 1960s, with the bulk of the items dating from 1875 to 1950. The...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Horticulture: Page Seed Company Business Correspondence

The Page Seed Company business correspondence, a subset within the Jay T. Last Collection of Horticulture, contains records of the Page Seed Company of Greene, New York, that date from the late 1890s through the 1950s. The approximately 225 pieces...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Horticulture Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Horticulture Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 1,425 printed items from 1840 to 1933, with the majority of material dating from 1865 to 1920. The collection consists of advertising prints and ephemera promoting businesses whose...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Household Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Household Prints and Ephemera contains over 7,900 printed items advertising household items, products, and related businesses in the United States from the 1830s to the 1920s, with the bulk of the items spanning...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Maritime Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Maritime Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 1,150 printed items that pertain to travel, shipping, and other maritime-related activities and businesses in the United States primarily dating from the second half of the 19th century....

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Medicine Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Medicine Prints and Ephemera contains over 4,000 printed items related to medical, dental, and vision products and services in the United States from approximately 1750 to 1929, with the bulk of the content dating...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Military Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last collection of military prints and ephemera contains approximately 4,900 printed items from 1785 to 1966, with the majority of material dating from 1860 to 1900. The collection consists of prints depicting primarily American battle scenes, forts,...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Personal Care Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Personal Care Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 865 printed items related to grooming and personal care in the United States from approximately 1832 to 1931, with the bulk of the content dating from 1860...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Politics and Social Issues Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Politics and Social Issues Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 400 printed items related to American political figures and activists of the 19th and early 20th centuries along with social causes and issues often linked...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Printing and Publishing: Louis Prang Archive

The Louis Prang Archive, a subset of the Jay T. Last Collection of Printing and Publishing, contains over 3,650 items dating from 1857 to 1916, with the bulk of the items spanning from 1860 to 1897. This archive chronicles the...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Religion Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Religion Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 60 printed items related to beliefs and practices usually involving devotional and ritual observances concerning God, creation of the universe, spirituality, and the moral conduct of human affairs....

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Science Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Science Prints and Ephemera contains approximately 40 printed items related to science and natural history in the United States from 1840 to approximately 1921, with the bulk of the content dating from 1880 to...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Sports and Leisure Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last collection of sports and leisure prints and ephemera contains about 1,770 printed materials related to the history and advertising of sports, recreational activities, pyrotechnics, gambling, and games in the United States. The materials date from approximately...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Transportation: N.N. Hill Brass Company Business Correspondence

The N. N. Hill Brass Company business correspondence, a subset within the Jay T. Last Collection of Transportation, contains records of the N.N. Hill Brass Company, a bell manufacturing company in East Hampton, Connecticut, that date from the early 1890s...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Transportation Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Transportation Prints and Ephemera contains more than 730 printed items that relate to land-based modes of transportation primarily in the United States from the 1820s to the early 1900s. The bulk of the collection...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Transportation: Railroad Passes

The railroad passes in the Jay T. Last Collection of Transportation consist of over 3,000 railroad passes issued primarily by American railroad companies to individuals in the 19th and 20th centuries, with the bulk of the collection dating from 1860...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Transportation: Railroad Stock and Bond Certificates

The railroad stock and bond certificates in the Jay T. Last Collection of Transportation consist of more than 1,100 railroad stock and bond certificates primarily issued by American railroad companies to individuals in the 19th and 20th centuries.

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Travel and Exploration Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last collection of travel and exploration prints and ephemera contains about 1,190 printed materials related to the history of hotels, resorts, luggage companies, and maps in the United States. The materials date from approximately 1814 to approximately...

Last (Jay T.) Collection of Views Prints and Ephemera

The Jay T. Last Collection of Views Prints and Ephemera consists of approximately 250 mostly lithographic items depicting physical locales, primarily in the United States. These images date from approximately 1815 to approximately 1921 and include town and city views;...

Last (Jay T.) papers

Correspondence, writings, and assorted materials from the career of American engineer Jay T. Last covering the establishment of Fairchild Semiconductor, the creation of the microelectronics industry, and the early years of Silicon Valley.

Last Man’s Club Collection

Club was founded on Feb. 10, 1932 by A.J. Furrer. The membership consisted of 32 prominent Contra Costa Republican business and civic leaders who were veterans of World War 1. A few years later they bought a bottle of champagne...

Last Monday Club records, 1978-2009.

Contains correspondence, newsletters, directories, photographs, compact discs, and related materials of a professional businesswomen's networking organization based in Oakland, California. Also includes a master's thesis on the club titled, "The effectiveness of networking for women," written by Joan Bennett Dunbar.

Lasus family papers

The Lasus family papers document the couple’s experiences during the Holocaust, including Mr. Lasus’s imprisonment in Dachau in 1938, the couple’s residence in Shanghai from 1939-1948, and their eventual emigration to the United States. The Lasus Family papers provide insight...

Laszlo (Paul) papers

The Paul László papers span 24 linear feet and date from 1925 to 1975. The collection primarily contains drawings and photographs that document László's interior planning and design work done after 1936, when he arrived in California, with most work...

Lataillade (Cesario) Papers

Correspondence and a legal opinion prepared for Cesario Eugene Lataillade regarding the ownership of properties formerly owned by his father Cesario Lataillade and his mother Antonia Maria Lataillade and properties jointly owned by Lataillade and his business partner Gaspar Oreña.

Late 19th and early 20th century Mexican history scrapbook

The collection consists of a scrapbook containing materials related to Mexican history from the late 19th to early 20th century. Materials in the collection include mostly newspaper clippings and photographs from multiple eras in Mexican history, including the Second French...

Latell (Brian) papers

The Brian Latell papers primarily consist of research materials on Fidel Castro and Cuba. These contain a large chronological file comprised of English translations from the Cuban media and transcriptions of numerous speeches by Fidel Castro. Also included among the...

Latham (Hubert) Personal Photo Collection

Hubert Latham was a French Aviation Pioneer.

Latham (J. David) Psychological Surveys

Psychological surveys, research papers, correspondence, administrative materials, and printed research materials created by psychologist J. David Latham (1954-1986) in the course of his research on homosexuality within heterosexual marriages, and on gay recovering alcoholics.

Latham (William Boyd Jr.) Diary, 1851-1851

This collection consists of the daily diary kept by William Boyd Latham, Jr. during the year of 1851. Entries were made inconsistently and pertain primarily to Latham's work for the Freeman and Company Western Express located in Sacramento, California. Latham...

Lathe (Roger L.) papers

The Roger L. Lathe papers includes the professional documentation of a “housewright,” working throughout the Sacramento area and Northern California cities. Lathe spent his professional career as an architectural historian, preservation and restoration contractor and licensed home inspector. He wrote...

Lathen (Stanley) Collection

The collection is comprised of documents and photographs from Lathen's labor and political activities in Vallejo. It ranges from a 1928 Plasterers' & Cement Finishers' Union Constitution to a 1995 holiday card from Bill and Hillary Clinton. Also included are...

Lathen (Stanley) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Stanley Lathen conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Central figure in labor movement of Vallejo, California, World War II until retirement, 1968; organizer for Vallejo Plasterers Union, early 1930s to 1941; in 1941 revitalized Retail Store Employees...

Lathill T. Chase letter, 1856.

Letter and typescript.

Lathill T. Chase letter, 1856.

Letter and typescript.

Lathrap, Philip A. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection consists of 1 letter by Philip A. Lathrap.

Lathrop (Alice G.) Photograph Album

Photographs, mostly cabinet cards, and one tintype of unidentified friends and family members, taken by San Francisco photographers.

Lathrop Family papers

These papers pertain to the Lathrop family, in particular Dyer Lathrop and Daniel Shields. Dyer Lathrop's papers, 1820-1849, pertain largely to his business affairs and include letters, bills, notes, and receipts, including accounts with the Spring Street Mission House, 1828-1833....

Lathrop Family Photograph Album

Photographs of members of the Lathrop family of New York and California, including Jane Lathrop Stanford and her brother, Charles Gardner Lathrop.

Lathrop Family Photograph Album

Album from Jane Lathrop Stanford's family; most of the people pictured have surnames other than Lathrop. Album includes photographs of a college campus in Gambier, Ohio.

Lathrop (Frank L.) papers

The collection consists of correspondence, news clippings, manuscripts, and reports related primarily to the development and usage of the Klamath River Basin in the mid-20th century, created and compiled by consultant Frank L. Lathrop.

Lathrop (Helen) Notebook

The notebook is labeled literature and includes notes on the definition of literature, Anglo Saxon works, rhythm and meter, Beowulf, Bede the Venerable, Biblical texts, and Cynewulf’s writings. Collection also includes one photograph of Lathrop....

Lathrop (Welland) Papers

Welland Lathrop (1905-1981) was a dancer, teacher, painter, choreographer, and a leader of the West Coast modern and avant-garde dance movement. He was born in upstate New York and trained in costume and scenic design at the Eastman Theatre in...

Latimer (Jonathan) Miscellaneous Scripts and Screenplays

Papers of Jonathan Latimer, journalist, screen writer and detective story author. Materials include a small collection of story ideas, outlines, scripts and screenplays arranged alphabetically by title.

Latimer (Rebecca) Papers

The Rebecca Latimer Papers documents the professional career of writer, Rebecca Latimer. The bulk of the collection contains typescript manuscripts of substantial autobiographical works and juvenile fiction, and periodical articles published in the 1950s and 1960s. Most of these articles...

Latimer (Tirza) Collection

Collection contains materials relating to Seven Sisters Construction, Malley and Latimer Construction, and Latimer’s trans-Atlantic relationship with Francoise Flamant. Includes photographs, brochures, press clippings, project sketches/plans, ephemera, business records, and other materials.

Latin America (Collection on)

This collection contains magazines, fliers, newspapers, pamphlets, and other material on Latin America. Primarily contains material on literature, sociology, politics and other topics concerning the political reformations and revolutions in Latin America.

Latin America photograph album, circa 1920s

132 b/w photographs and 9 picture postcards, few captions in English, of a an unnamed American couple on tour, beginning in Cuba and continuing on to Guatemala, El Salvador, and Antigua. Includes streets scenes, buildings, and local inhabitants, coffee, tobacco,...

Latin American Actors Photographic Collection

A collection of 118 photographic prints featuring Latin American actors in Hollywood films spanning from the 1920s to the 1960s. This collection includes studio portraits, publicity shots, photos from their private lives, as well as photos from behind the scenes.

Latin American architecture : colonial subjects and antiquity.

Architectural views of unidentified buildings in Latin America. Some in Mexico.

Latin American comic books

Collection consists of various popular character comics published in Spanish.

Latin American Labor Movements collection of newspapers

A collection of newspapers published by Latin American labor movement.

Latin American Perspectives records

This collection contains correspondence, agendas, minutes, proofs, and other material generated during the creation of , a theoretical and scholarly journal for discussion and debate on the political economy of capitalism, imperialism, and socialism in the Americas.

Latin American political poster miscellany

A miscellany of posters, compiled by the library, covering Latin American political themes.

Latin American political posters

The emphasis of this artificial collection made by a book dealer is Latin American political events occurring in the San Francisco Bay Area. There are also posters originating in Mexico and Central and South America.

Latin American popular and folk music collection

This small collection contains sheet music of Latin American popular and folk music dating from the late 19th century. There are 44 pieces representing eight countries: Argentina (1 item), Cuba (4 items), Guatemala (7 items), Honduras (1 item), Mexico (21...

Latin American Strategic Studies Institute collection

Reports, studies, booklets, pamphlets, press summaries, press releases, bulletins, newsletters, serial issues, journal articles, and clippings, relating to political and human rights conditions in Nicaragua, the contra guerrilla war in Nicaragua, relations between the United States and Nicaragua, and American...

Latin American subject collection

Reports, correspondence, position papers, bulletins, serial issues, newsletters, campaign material, speeches, minutes, resolutions, printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating to political conditions in various Latin American countries, especially to guerrilla activities, election campaigns and civil rights; and to United States...

Latin American telephone directories

Collection consists of various phonebooks and business directories from Latin American countries.

Latin document, 1604

Found item, provenance unknown. ++ Oversize boxed.

Latin-American Congress of Neurosurgery summary and reports

This collection consists of mimeographed or stencil-copied typescript summaries and reports from the 6th Latin-American Congress of Neurosurgery, held in Montevideo, Uruguay, in March 1955....

Latino articles collection

This collection is in two cartons and contains materials from 1984-1996. It was originally part of the Colección Tloque Nahuaque (CTN), the Chicano Studies research library collection in the UCSB Library. There are articles, papers, government reports, newsletters and proceedings...

Latino Baseball History Project collection

This collection contains photographs, memorabilia, ephemera, and other materials documenting the history of Latino/a/x baseball and softball with an emphasis on Mexican American baseball in Southern California and throughout the United States.

Latino book review collections

This is a collection of two cartons of book reviews in the subject area of Chicano studies that ranges from 1959 - 1983. It was originally part of the Colección Tloque Nahuaque (CTN), the Chicano Studies research library collection in...

Latino Business Student Association (LBSA) records (University of California, Irvine)

The Latino Business Student Association (LBSA) at the University of California, Irvine, is a student run non-profit organization that was established in 2003. The purpose of LBSA is "to assist its members, from various ethnic backgrounds and fields of studies...

Latino Comic and Publication Collection

This collection includes comic books, zines, books, over sized posters, and other publications related to Latino/Latina writers and artists, material related to Latino/Latina culture and history, and publications by other writers and artists. Subjects include latino/latina writers and artists, Latino/Latina...

Latino Community Justice Center Records

This is a collection of case files from the Latino Community Justice Center. Each of the case files documents a complaint regarding misconduct/abuse on the part of police or sheriffs department personnel or misconduct/abuse on the part of the Immigration...

Latino Cultural Heritage Oral History Project Collection

The Latino Cultural Heritage Oral History Project Collection contains interviews conducted with several donors to the Latino Cultural Heritage Archives as part of the Urban Archives Center's efforts to expand its holdings documenting the Latino and Chicano experience in Southern...

Latino illustrated humor and satire collection

This small collection consists of zines, graphic novels, serials, and other publications that reflect on Latino culture, humor, art, and society from 1965-2015. A majority of the materials in this collection are satirical in nature and contain a wide variety...

Latino Museum of History, Art, and Culture collection

Founded by Director, Denise Lugo, the Latino Museum of History, Art, and Culture (1995-2000), was located in the Downtown Arts District of Los Angeles and promoted awareness of contemporary Latin American art and culture. The Museum featured artists from countries...

Latino Periodicals Collection

These serials were originally collected by the Colección Tloque Nahuaque (CTN), the Chicano Studies research library collection in the UCSB Library. The Periodical collection is arranged alphabetically by title and lacks subject access but includes materials on a variety of...

Latino Theater Initiative / Center Theatre Group Records

Manuscripts, videos, administrative papers, and photographs related to the Los Angeles-based Center Theatre Group and its Latino Theater Initiative.

Latino/Chicano, Lowrider and Gangbanger T-Shirt Art collection

The collection consists of display samples of Latino, Chicano, lowrider and gangbanger t-shirt designs, decals, patches, and cards from the 1980s to the 1990s. Some of the designs were supplied by Francisco's Exotic T's, Photo-Lith International, and SSI. Many of...

[Latino--production elements] /

Outtakes, selects, dialogue tracks, foley tracks, trims, audio rolls, dailies, music mixes and transfers from the feature-length motion picture, Latino (1985). The bulk of the collection consists of 35 mm. safety preprint material, with the remainder of the collection comprised...

Latinos in the United States zine collection

This collection consists of 211 zines created by Latinos in the United States. Over 60 artists are represented. This collection speaks to the experiences of Latina's in the United States, many of which were published under the presidency of Trump,...

Laton Alton Huffman mounted print, 1906

One b/w 8" x 10" mounted print of Yellowstone River, 1906.

L[aton] A[lton] Huffman panoramic photographs, undated

Two mounted black and white panoramic photographs: "The Old Lubar Cow Camp, Little Dry, Cohagen, Mont. Built in 1884" and untitled scene with horses in foreground and trees in background, probably also Montana, n.d. [Oversize boxed].

[Laton Alton] Huffman photograph, undated

One black/white framed photograph, by western photographer Huffman, of a cowboy on horseback, and cattle, n.d.

Laton (Leonard) Collection of Anthony (Tony) J. Sansone Photographs

The collection contains original photographs and a book featuring figure studies of Anthony (Tony) J. Sansone, a physique model and dancer from New York. A protégé of Charles Atlas, Sansone was a much sought-after model for photographers and artists during...

Latta (Frank F.) Collection of Miller & Lux Records

This collection contains business records and correspondence of Miller & Lux, the largest producer of cattle in California and one of the largest landowners in the American West, with materials dating from the company's founding in 1858 to the 1930s....

Latta (Frank F.) Collection: Skyfarming

This collection contains the research materials of Frank F. Latta (1892-1983) from his five decades of researching the history and development of California's San Joaquin Valley and Miller & Lux, in particular dry farming known as skyfarming. Subjects include: agriculture...

Latter (Richard) papers

Writings, correspondence, studies, reports, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to theoretical physics, nuclear weapons, nuclear weapons testing, and especially the Conference on the Discontinuance of Nuclear Weapon Tests.

Latvala (Dick) Papers

This collection documents the tape collecting and archival release work of Dick Latvala.

Latvia before and after the establishment of an authoritative regime mimeograph

Relates to the abolition of parliamentary democracy in Latvia in 1934.

Latvia. Ministru Padome issuances

Printed lists of prohibited books.

Latvia newspaper collection

The newspapers in this collection were originally collected by the Hoover Institution Library and transferred to the Archives in 2019. The Latvia newspaper collection (1914-2000) comprises thirteen different titles of publication, in Latvian, Russian, English, and German. All of the...

Latvia Sutnieciba (Sweden) records

Correspondence, memoranda, and reports, relating to Latvian foreign relations and to Latvian-Swedish relations. Records of the Latvian Embassy in Stockholm.

Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies collection

Newsletters, annual reports, pamphlets, clippings, and printed matter, relating to human rights and ethnic relations in Latvia. Collected by the Latvian Center for Human Rights and Ethnic Studies. Includes neo-fascist literature, and some issuances of the Latvian Center for Human...

Latvian DP publications collection

Books, pamphlets, and serial issues published in Latvian displaced persons camps in Germany and Austria after World War II.

Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church collection

Books, pamphlets, and serial issues relating to socialism, culture, and Latvians in the United States collected by the Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church of San Francisco, California. Many items were formerly part of the library of the San Francisco branch of...

Latvian Oral History Project interviews

Sound recordings of interviews of Latvian political leaders, governmental officials, and others relating to political, social, and economic conditions in Latvia. Includes transcripts of questions and some related printed matter. Project sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and...

Latvian subject collection

Serial issues, election campaign literature, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, other printed matter, and video tapes, relating to various aspects of Latvian history, and especially to the movement culminating in re-establishment of Latvian independence in 1991, and to subsequent Latvian politics and...

Latviesu Centrala Komiteja records

Memoranda, reports, correspondence, registration forms, printed matter, and motion picture film, relating to conditions in Latvia under Soviet and German occupation, and to Latvian displaced persons during and after World War II. Also available on microfilm (199 reels).

Latvijas cels records

Programs, conference materials, circulated documents, and other issuances, relating to political conditions in Latvia.

Latvijas PSR Valsts Drosibas Komiteja [Latvian KGB] selected records

Reports and other documents relating to secret police activities in Latvia. Digital copies.

Latynski (Marek) papers

Correspondence, writings, memoranda, reports, broadcast transcripts, and printed matter relating to radio broadcasting to Poland, and to Polish-Swiss relations.

Latz (Cora) and Etta Perkins Photographs

This collection consists of a three photo albums documenting the life Cora Latz and Etta Perkins, an interracial couple, shared together. The two met in 1972 and were together 26 years.

Lau (Kenneth) collection

Nationalist Chinese propaganda distributed at a student demonstration in Peking.

Lauber (Philip J.) Military Records, 1860-1926

Pertains to the Spanish-American War, Philippines Expedition.

LAUC-D (Librarians Association of the University of California, Davis) Records

Meeting agendas and minutes, budgets, by-laws, and membership rosters.

Lauderdale, Pauline and Dorothy Labardini (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from PFC Myron O. Sappington, USA, and PFC Raul Labardini, USA, during the Second World War. The collection also includes one original and three copies of photographs.

Lauer (Gisela) correspondence

Correspondence with German soldiers, relating to German military operations on the Eastern front during World War II.

Lauerhass (Ludwig) Mexican Broadsides and Leaflets

This collection consist of leaflets and broadsides pertaining to religious, social, and political themes from Mexico's post-independence period. The content of the collection is made up of prints from Mexico's iconic 19th-century printer and publisher, Luis Abadiano y Valdés. The...

Laughing Policeman Protest Collection

Clippings, flyers, interview transcript, news releases, notes, and studio publicity materials documenting protests in San Francisco directed against the motion picture, , a police thriller released in 1973. Gay and lesbian rights activists objected to the representation of gay men...

Laughlin (Helen M.) Papers

Helen Mattheson Laughlin (1883-1960) was the Dean of Women at UCLA. She supervised the working conditions and standards of pay for the many women working part time at the university and was active in providing a housing service and vocational...

Laughlin (Homer) Business Records

The business records of Homer Laughlin and the Laughlin Building in Los Angeles, California.

Laughton (Charles) Papers

Charles Laughton (1899-1962) was a theater and film actor, radio personality, and public performer. The collection consists of photographs, publicity materials, press clippings, correspondence, radio and theatre scripts, screenplays, assorted readings, and miscellaneous items.

Laumann Yosemite Collection, circa 1908, 1923 (bulk circa 1908)

The Laumann Yosemite Collection consists of photographic prints and glass plate negatives of two of the Laumann family's visits to Yosemite National Park and the Sierra, the first in circa 1908 and the second in 1923. Photographs taken by Frank...

Launay (Jacques de) papers

Correspondence, writings, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to various aspects of twentieth-century European history, and especially to Romania and Belgium during World War II; the Little Entente; the relationship between Adolf Hitler and Lord Rothermere, 1933-1939; the Walloon Legion...

Launching Bordeaux-style wines in the Napa Valley : oral history transcript : Sterling Vineyards, Newton Vineyard, and Forman Vineyard / 2000.

Childhood in Oakland, CA, and education at UC Davis; working at Stony Hill Vineyard and Robert Mondavi Winery, 1967-1968; developing Sterling Vineyards, 1969-1978: barrel fermentation in French oak, second Merlot in Napa valley, travel, and research in Europe; partner and...

Launching of the S.S. Michael Kerr, October 30, 1943.

Album contains photos of the construction and launching of the S.S. Michael Kerr, as well as some related ephemera. Many photos show the launching ceremony, including photos of the sponsors.

Launer Family memorabilia

This collection consists of photographs and other memorabilia from the USC alumni members of the Launer family.

Laura Durán and Irene Martínez Collection

This collection consists of materials collected by Laura Durán and Irene Martínez during the 1980s and early 1990s, a time they were both actively involved as volunteers with Gay and Lesbian Latinos Unidos (GLLU), and Lesbianas Unidas (LU). Items include...

[Laura Gilpin pictorial postcards of the U.S. Southwest].

Includes several sets of commercial pictorial postcards featuring the photography of Laura Gilpin, who also published many of the sets. Images document various aspects of the U.S. Southwest, in particular various Native American groups and the reservations, settlements, activities and...

Laura Lillian Ellias photograph album

Photo album of 253 snapshots of various sizes, tipped in or mounted on leaves and assembled by a member of the Class of '16. Subjects include: life at Stanford; co-ed's years at Stanford in photography; and teaching and after....

Laurel Hill Cemetery Index No. 1A

Index 1a serves as an alphabetical index for records of where the deceased were buried. It is not clear which book the index pertains to, and the cover is missing. Date range is 1868 -1873. There are 11 pages at...

Laurel Leaf and Social Club minutes, [ca. 1880-1892].

Contains minutes to meetings of the Laurel Leaf and Social Club in 1880. Also contains lyrics to songs. added at a later date by William Edward Paul Barry.

Laurel Rand Mines collection, 1935-1983

This collection consists of records pertaining to mining claims collectively termed the Laurel Rand Mines, located near Laurel Mountain in the El Paso Mining District of eastern Kern County. Claims associated with the site include: Omega, Clark, Alpha, Junction, Meal...

Laurel (Stan) Collection

14 items of ephemera relating to Stan Laurel's vaudeville days with the Karno Company where he served as Charlie Chaplin's understudy and occasional roommate. Most of the items are clippings from Karno performances from 1910 to 1913. There are a...

Lauren Coodley papers, 1972-2009.

The Lauren Coodley papers include correspondence; course materials related to classes she taught on the history of women from the 1970s to the 2000s; and work she did for classes on women at UC Berkeley, including the script for the...

Lauren (Joan) photographs

The Joan Lauren photographs span the 1990s-2000s and encompass 1.5 linear feet. The collection consists of photographic prints and negatives of portraits of actors and other celebrities. These include images used in Lauren? book, "Portraits of Life, with Love."...

Laurence B. Edwards letters : San Francisco (Calif.), to G. H. Cooper : ALS, 1858-1861.

Describe life in San Francisco and sentiments regarding the Civil War.

Laurence B. Haste Christmas cards.

Christmas cards from Laurence and Edith Haste, cards designed by Laurence for others, and some of his illustrations. Two pieces of correspondence regaring Haste's work are included also.

Laurence V. Benet letters, 1934, 1943

2 ALS from Benet (uncle of Stephen Vincent Benet) to Mrs. Louis V. (Frances) Twyeffort , 1943, and 1 ANS stating that only 50 copies of A Portrait and a Poem , 1934, were printed and distributed to friends and...

Laurent (Aristide J.) Collection

Aristide Joseph "A.J." Laurent was a U.S. Airman, writer, publisher, printer, and pioneer activist for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) communities. He clandestinely co-founded —the oldest and largest LGBT publication in the United States—in the basement studios of ABC...

Laurie Jr. (Joe) papers

Collection of binders of "Bits," scripts, radio and television broadcast transcripts, and joke indexes written by American vaudevillian and writer Joe Laurie Jr. (1892-1954) from 1940-1953. Also present are correspondence, publication clippings, and drafts of Laurie's memoir (1953).

Lauriston C. Marshall papers, [ca. 1924-1979]

Correspondence, research notes, course notes, and other materials concerning his work on accelerators at the UC Radiation Laboratory and research in the space sciences.

Lauriston Calvert Marshall papers : additions, circa 1950-1973.

Primarily correspondence (bulk 1960s) and research files relating to his work in the field of materials science at the Lawrence Berkeley National Labs and Southern Illinois University. Includes cartoon of "Development of Radar B.T.O."

Lauritsen (Charles Christian) Papers

Professor of Physics, California Institute of Technology, 1930-1962. Papers include personal and professional correspondence, research notes and data, manuscripts, reprints, patents, photographs. Covers work at Caltech, consulting work and professional activities, personal and biographical materials. Topics: cold-emission effect, medical physics...

Lauritsen (Thomas) Papers

Professor of nuclear physics, California Institute of Technology, 1941-1973. Includes correspondence, proposals, monographs, research data, lecture notes, conference, travel and course materials, materials relating to work with government and professional organizations, e.g., the Atomic Energy Commission, National Academy of Sciences,...

Lauritzen (Erik M.) Photograph Collection

This collection consists of photographs by other photographers given to or acquired by Erik M. Lauritzen.

Lauritzen (Erik M.) photographs

This collection contains negatives, photographs and digital prints by the American photographer Erik M. Lauritzen, as well as posters, exhibit announcements, reviews, correspondence, writings by and about him, artwork and ephemera.

Lauritzen (Jonreed) Papers

Jonreed Lauritzen (1902- ) contributed travel and descriptive articles to , , and other magazines. He also wrote many children's books. The collection consists of the corrected typescripts and galley proofs of Lauritzen's novels, , and .

Lauro (Michael) Collection

Michael Lauro was a member of ACT UP Golden Gate and an organizer of the San Francisco AIDS Candlelight Memorial. This collection includes materials relating to ACT UP Golden Gate including organizational records, photographs, t-shirts, buttons, flyers, news clippings, a...

L'Aurore newspaper

January 13, 1898 issue of L'Aurore in which Emile Zola's letter to the President of the Republic in defense of Alfred Dreyfus, who was accused of treason by the French Army.

Lausanne Conference protocol

Autographed by Ramsay Macdonald, prime minister of Great Britain; Sir John Simon, foreign secretary of Great Britain; Franz von Papen, chancellor of Germany; and Dino Grandi, foreign minister of Italy.

Lautner (John) Papers

The John Lautner papers contain the comprehensive archive of this Southern California architect who became famous for such innovative structures as Chemosphere (the Malin House) and Silvertop (the Reiner House). Comprised of about 10,000 drawings, photographs and slides, and 17...

Lauzanne (Stephane Joseph Vincent) papers

Writings, transcripts of radio broadcasts, and clippings, relating to French politics and foreign policy, international relations, and the Vichy regime in France during World War II.

The lava bed exploration : typescript, 1917-1933.

Copies of excerpts from his diary, 1917-1933, and notes, relating to exploration of the Modoc lava beds and caves.

Lavagnino (Giovanni) Papers

A collection consisting primarily of mining company business records from the career of Giovanni Lavagnino.

Laval (Claude C. "Pop") Photographs

Photographs from the Pop Laval Collection in cooperation with the Pop Laval Foundation

LaVarre (William) papers

Memoirs, letters, memoranda, clippings, periodical issues, lists, notes, and financial records, relating to political development in Latin America, especially in the 1930's; United States relations with Latin America, 1933- 1945; the American Mercury; international communist subversion; and international affairs.

Lave (Charles A.) papers

The collection comprises the papers of economics professor Charles A. Lave, pioneer in the field of transportation economy and co-founder of the Institute of Transportation Studies at the University of California, Irvine (UCI). Materials document his research on mass transit,...

Lavelle, Robert L. Collection

Included are photographs, service records and ephemera covering the boyhood, military, and postwar life of Sacramento native Robert L. Lavelle.

Lavender (David) - Fort Laramie Collection

Research files from David Lavender, used in writing (Official National Park Handbook, 1983). Mainly photocopies and typed notes of correspondence, diaries, reports and other documents from the latter 19th century.

Lavender Scrolls Project Collection

The Lavender Scrolls Project is a community arts and social service outreach project born of a collaboration between the Lavender Seniors of the East Bay and the California Council for the Humanities in 2007. The collection contains the audio cassettes...

Lavenson (Alma) California Gold Rush Mining Towns, 1930-1968

The California Gold Rush Mining Towns collection contains 373 photographs taken between 1930 and 1968 by Alma Lavenson. The collection consists of views of several of the towns and camps of the Mother Lode region --the area located roughly between...

Lavenson, Alma Photographs from California and other locations [graphic] /

Contains 1939 and 1940 photographs from the Gold Country,Calif.; 1980 photos of the Embarcadero Center and the TransAmerica Building in San Francisco, Calif.; also included are photos from Mikonos, Madeira, Noro Bay and other unidentified locations.

Laverne and Shirley television series scripts collection

was an American television sitcom spin-off of the popular television show . The collection consists of 150-plus scripts from the television series (1976-1982). Also included are a small number of scripts from the television show, .

LaVerne Ranch, Napa County, California [graphic]

Views of prune orchard, buildings, pasture lands, stock, and vineyards.

Lavery (Emmet) papers

Collection consists of screen- and playscripts; drafts, treatments, story ideas, notes and production and research materials for projects; business (some personal) correspondence; legal papers; material relating to the 1946 election campaign for Congress and the position of president of the...

[Lavinia Compton photograph album of Southern California scouting camps for girls].

Snapshot photograph album compiled by Lavinia Compton of Orange, Calif., documenting her activities as a Girl Scout and girls' camp counselor in Southern California between 1925 and 1932. Photographs document Lavinia's circle of fellow scouts and campers, camp activities, grounds...

Lavoipierre (Michel Marie Joseph) Scientific Photographs

Photographs of tables for publication and of parasites, especially fleas and ticks.

LaVoy (Merl) China Photographs

The collection contains 104 black and white photographs (with some duplicates) taken by photographer Merl LaVoy in China during the 1920's and 1930s. Many of the photos are taken in the Nanjing (Nanking) area which served as China's capital at...

Lavrent'ev (K. I.) typescript

Relates to White Russian activities in Mongolia during the Russian Revolution.

Lavrov (Sergei) holograph

Relates to Baron Roman Ungern-Shternberg and White Russian military activities in Mongolia, 1920-1921.

Lavrov (Sergey) typescript

Relates to the Japanese capture of Hong Kong during World War II.

Law & Order production scripts

Production script library for the Law & Order franchise, including Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Includes scripts, shooting and location schedules and other production information.

The law and the California wine industry : oral history transcript / and related material, 1972-1974.

Comments on his work as general counsel of the Wine Institute from its establishment in 1934; legislation and regulations affecting the industry; the Wine Advisory Board, etc. Photographs inserted.

Law (Annie M.) Shell Collection Papers

Includes notebook and notes concerning her shell collection, ca. 1888; draft of letter to Prof. Knowlton re selling her collection, 1888; draft of letter by Fannie Law Andrews regarding death of her sister Annie M. Law and possible sale of...

The law clerks of Chief Justice Earl Warren /

This project records oral history interviews with those who clerked for the Chief Justice from the time he was appointed by President Eisenhower in 1953 until his retirement from the bench in 1969. Each former clerk's interview has a strong...

Law enforcement and criminal justice in California, 1966-1976 : oral history transcripts / and related material, 1981-1985.

Interviewees include: Herbert Ellingwood, Law Enforcement Planning and Coordination, 1969-1974; Joseph F. Gunterman, Sacramento Advocate for the Friends Committee on Legislation of California; Robert A. Houghton, Law Enforcement Planning in the Reagan Administration, 1971-1974; Jan Marinissen, "To Let the Legislature...

Law enforcement and judicial administration in the Earl Warren era : oral history transcript / and related material, 1970-1981.

Discussion of legal and judicial career of his father, Warren Olney, Jr.; his own career working in Contra Costa County District attorney's office, with Earl Warren in Alameda County district attorney's office and in California Attorney General's Office, as counsel...

Law enforcement, race relations: 1930-1960 : oral history transcript : and related material, 1969-1971 /

Comments on his investigation, as police chief of Bakersfield, of the murder of Earl Warren's father; his service, under Attorney General Robert W. Kenny and Governor Warren, on the Law Enforcement Advisory Committee and as coordinator of law agencies and...

The Law Firm of Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon: 1919-1941 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1978.

Interviews with two members of the firm's early secretarial staff, two retired partners who joined the firm in the 30s, and the son, E.D. Bronson, Jr., of one of the founders. Recollections about Roy and Ed Bronson (founders of the...

The Law Firm of Bronson, Bronson and McKinnon: 1942-1975 : oral history transcripts / and related material, 1980-1983.

Interviews with John H. Painter, George K. Hartwick, Jean McCabe Ross, Mary Mathes, Richard K. Dilley, Max Weingarten, Vernon L. Goodin, Charles A. Legge and Victor H. Hampton.

Law, politics, and the judiciary : oral history transcript : the honorable Spencer M. Williams / 2002.

Naval service in Pacific in World War II; County Counsel office, Santa Clara County; Secretary of Human Relations Agency under Governor Ronald Reagan; law practice in San Jose and Sacramento; significant cases: William Inglis, draft dodging cases, asbestos cases, Dalkon...

Law Revision Commission Records

The California Law Revision Commission Records consist of 88.5 cubic feet of textual materials organized into eleven record series: Study Files, 1954-1978; Approved Minutes, 1970-2010; Minutes, 1974-2005; Memoranda Files, 1977-2007; Tentative Recommendations, 1977-2000; Bill Files, 1961-1970; Legislative files, 1959-1969; 1980,...

Law (R.J. Jr.) photograph album of the Panama Canal and Chile

The collection consists of a photograph album compiled by R.J. Law Jr. during his time serving in the Pacific Fleet of the United States Navy in 1921. The 38 photographs in the album depict people and places in Panama City...

Law (School of). Library. Administrative files.

Record Series 604 contains the administrative files of the Law Library at UCLA's School of Law.

Law School. Office of the Dean. Administrative Files.

Record Series 527 contains the administrative files of the Office of the Dean including committee minutes, budget and personnel files, memoranda, reports, and materials relating to specific programs and institutes.

Law School. Office of the Dean. Susan Westerberg Prager Files.

Record Series 742 consists of the administrative and office files of Susan Westerberg Prager, Dean of the UCLA Law School from 1967 to 2001.

Law (Tom) San Francisco Bay Area Punk and Rock Handbill and Poster Collection

The Tom Law San Francisco Bay Area Punk and Rock Handbill and Poster Collection features over 1100 posters collected in San Francisco between 1981 and 1986. This street art chronicles the musical and cultural history of the San Francisco Bay...

Lawder (Shirley Stevenot) processed item

Relates to the role of Joseph Emile Hamilton Stevenot in development of civil aviation in the Pacific Ocean region during the interwar period.

Lawler (Charles B.) photographs

This collection consists mostly of b/w and color snapshots of Lawler's sculptures.

Lawrence & Houseworth Photography Albums: California Views

The Lawrence & Houseworth albums contain photographic prints published in the 1860s that document the many aspects of gold, silver (Comstock Lode), and quicksilver mining; the building of the Sutro Tunnel; the growth of northern California industries; mining towns including...

Lawrence and Houseworth photograph collection

Lawrence and Houseworth were one of the main publishers of stereoviews on the West coast around the 1860s. They sold views primarily of California and Nevada, and the majority of their photographs are of nature scenes, and the wonders of...

Lawrence (Anthony and Nancy) papers

Anthony and Nancy Lawrence were involved in a variety of television projects (ca. 1960s-1980s). The collection reflects their involvement as writers and producers in the television industry and includes files of various script drafts, story outlines, and concepts for what...

Lawrence Architectural Pottery (Max and Rita) records

Rita and Max Lawrence began the firm Architectural Pottery (1950) to produce and market the pottery container designs of students of LaGardo Tackett, professor at California School of Art. In 1971, the company name was changed to Group Artec and...

Lawrence (Carol) Funny Girl musical score collection

Collection consists of scores and orchestral parts for the musical Funny Girl....

Lawrence (Charles) Personal Photo Collection

Charles "Chuck" Lawrence served in the Army Air Corps in World War Two.

Lawrence Clark Powell correspondence, circa 1983-1988

Letters to Powell, primarily about his Le monde passe: A Remembrance of Duncan Brent.... [1983]. Gift? 1/18/85 [see access. Log]. Letter from Powell is date Dec. 8

Lawrence Clark Powell letter, 1951 November 5

One letter (TLS) from UCLA Librarian Powell to Mrs. Edwin Corle, re Edwin Corle's latest book The Gila , 1951.

Lawrence Clark Powell papers relating to his book, California Classics, [ca. 1962-1972]

Work folders for each chapter, with notes, photocopies of source material, drafts; photographs; printer's typescript; galleys; bound volumes of Westways containing copies of the articles; correspondence with Larry Meyer, editor of Westways; letters commenting on the magazine articles and the...

Lawrence County, Alabama Writ of Execution

The collection consists of a fieri facias writ of execution issued in Lawrence County, Alabama in 1860, which commands any state sheriff to seize the sum of two thousand dollars in court ordered damages from a number of debtors. The...

Lawrence (D. H.) Papers

MSS of his writings (novels, short stories, poems, plays, essays, travel sketches, introductions to books, translations and book reviews); an autobiographical fragment; letters written by Lawrence and a few addressed to him; clippings and reprints of articles, stories, etc, written...

Lawrence (D.H. and Frieda) collection of material about

D.H. Lawrence (1885-1930) was a novelist, essayist and poet. He became best known as the author of (1928), banned for many years for its explicit treatment of sex. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts and corrected proofs, a painting, and...

Lawrence, (D.H.) collection

This material consists primarily of correspondence from D. H. Lawrence to Lady Ottoline Morrell, Cecil Gray, Mrs. Maria Christina Chambers and a few others. There are two letters by Frieda Lawrence to Lady Morrell. Most of the letters are original...

Lawrence Downing Sierra Club papers, 1986-1988.

Papers relating to Lawrence Downing's involvement in the Sierra Club.

Lawrence E. Dawson papers, circa 1955-1992.

Primarily reference materials assembled by Dawson on California Indian basketry and his Nazca culture research. Also includes reference materials on basketry, pottery and textiles in Africa and the South Pacific, Dawson's writings, notes he took as a student and materials...

Lawrence (Ernest O.) papers

Included are the personal papers of Ernest Lawrence, administrative records for the University of California Radiation Laboratory, the Joseph C. Hamilton papers dealing with the Crocker Radiation Laboratory, and some papers of Lawrence's close associate, Donald Cooksey. The papers relate...

Lawrence (Eva) papers

Diary and photographs, relating to Red Cross work in Siberia during the Russian Revolution.

Lawrence Ferlinghetti correspondence with Tram Combs, 1957-1964.

Collection contains 42 letters and 21 post cards, most containg discussions of poetry. Seven letters by Ferlinghetti are original typescripts; Thirty-four Combs' letters are carbon typescripts. All post cards are handwritten or original typescripts. Collection also includes notes on Ferlinghetti's...

Lawrence Ferlinghetti letters : to Max Gartenberg, 1959-1960.

Two typescript letters and one handwritten postcard on City Lights Books stationery, signed by Ferlinghetti, concerning reprint permission rates for the use of his original poetry and the arrangements he has with another publisher, New Directions, and payments for Allen...

Lawrence Ferlinghetti letters : to Stella Dallas Levy and Kevin Starr, 1966, 1977.

Handwritten notes on City Lights Books postcards and stationery giving directions to Stella Levy on how to handle various matters of business (4 postcards, 1 letter ; 1966). Also one postcard addressed to Kevin Starr of New West Magazine in...

Lawrence (Florence) (1886-1938) Collection

Photos of silent screen star Florence Lawrence including portraits, and stills from her movies. ca. 1910s-1920s. See also GC 1011 Florence Lawrence Papers

Lawrence (Florence) Papers

Letters, fan mail, film scenarios and clippings.

Lawrence Gellert papers,

Includes one letter from James Weldon Johnson, undated; one letter from John Howard Lawson, n.d. two letters from W.C. Handy, 1932-1933; three letters from Langston Hughes, 1932-1934, regarding Hughes' introduction to Gellert's first collection of Negro protest songs, and Hughes's...

Lawrence Hall of Science Records

Primarily materials relating to initial plans, advisory committees, architectural competition, early programs and sponsors.

Lawrence, John H. (John Hundale) Photographs from the John Hundale Lawrence papers [graphic].

Includes portraits of John Hundale Lawrence, his wife Amy Bowles Lawrence, his brother (and eminent nuclear physicist) Ernest Orlando Lawrence. Portraits of other colleagues include John F. Fulton, and philanthropist W.H. Donner. Also includes photographs of various laboratory scenes and...

Lawrence (John H.) Papers

The John Hundale Lawrence Papers offer a window into a highly significant period of scientific history: the development of nuclear energy and the exploration of its applications. The John Hundale Lawrence Papers also reveal the politics of nuclear research during...

Lawrence (John Hundale) papers

Correspondence, writings, minutes of meetings, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to administration of and student radicalism at the University of California, and to American medical aid to South Vietnam. Photocopy.

Lawrence (Justus Baldwin) Collection

Personal papers, manuscripts, and photographs of Lawrence (known as Jock Lawrence) along with his family. Also photographs with colleagues, including movie producer Samuel Goldwyn.

[Lawrence Layne collection of San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge postcards].

Postcards depict San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge from construction in mid-1930s onward. Also includes posctards depicting various railroad, ferry and streetcar terminals and depots in California and other states.

Lawrence McGaugh papers.

Contains a number of assorted poems (8 folders) and other writings including short stories, possible book chapters, manuscript drafts (including Venus's Slipper), submission letters, and correspondence. Most of the material is undated and some of the folders may have mixed...

Lawrence, Nancy Family papers

The Lawrence family lived in Sacramento, California, where Carl Lawrence was the owner of Lawrence Construction Company, a prominent building company in the Sacramento area during the 1950s and 1960s, and president of the Greater Sacramento Chamber of Commerce. His...

Lawrence Palmer Briggs papers, 1911-1912.

Reports written by Briggs as the first Native Sons of the Golden West Travelling Fellow; material concerning José de Gálvez; notes and transcripts from various archives, chiefly the Archivo General de Indias and the Archivo de Simancas, pertaining to the...

L[awrence] P[earsall] Jacks letter, 1911 December 19

(1860-1955). One letter from English educator, philosopher, and Unitarian minister Jacks to unknown recipient, thanking him for his kind words about Jacks' book, possibly the Alchemy of Thought (1910). Oxford, Dec. 19 , 1911. Alpha list.

Lawrence Productions radio recordings

This collection consists of vinyl LP record recordings of the radio show "Mystery is My Hobby" starring Glenn Langan, which ran from 1945 to 1951.

Lawrence Radiation Laboratory at Berkeley related views.

Photographs show people at events, ceremonies, meetings, group portraits, Nobel Prize winners, airstrips, military facilities, interior and exterior views of the cyclotron, an early model of the cyclotron, and related views. Some photos show E.O. Lawrence, John [H.?] Lawrence, E.M....

Lawrence (Ronald) Slides

Slides of the 1983 San Francisco Gay Pride parade taken by Ronald “Ron” Lawrence, founder of the Community Counseling Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Lawrence (Steve) and Eydie Gormé Collection

This collection consists of folios, stage band arrangements and sound recordings

Lawrence (Steve) and Gorme (Eydie) Scripts

The singing duo of Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme have been performing for audiences since the 1950s and have appeared on numerous television shows over the years. The collection is comprised of scripts representing many of the television programs on...

Lawrence Strauss correspondence, 1908-1952.

Includes letters from Gertrude Stein, Alice B. Toklas, Ninon Vallin, Povla Frijsh, Pablo Casals, George Henschel and Walter Damrosch.

Lawrence (T. E.) letters

Relates to the publication of two books by T. E. Lawrence, Seven Pillars of Wisdom (1926), and Revolt in the Desert (1927). Includes some printed matter.

Lawrence (T. E.) Papers

The collection consists of papers concerning British soldier and author T.E. Lawrence (1888-1935) including manuscripts (by and about Lawrence), correspondence (including over 150 letters by Lawrence), photographs, drawings, reproductions and ephemera. Also included in the collection is research material of...

Lawrence Talbot papers approximately 1945-2005.

Contains correspondence, reports, writings, and biographical information.

Lawrence (Viola) Film Editing Collection

The Viola Lawrence Film Editing Collection pertains to Ms. Lawrence (1894-1973), the first female film editor in Hollywood.

Lawrence Willson oral history, 1989-1990

The collection primarily contains interviews (tapes and transcripts) with Lawrence Willson (UCSB Professor of English), about his life and family history, education and teaching experience, UCSB campus history and politics, his philosophy of education, and thoughts about nineteenth and twentieth...

Lawrenson (Harry) papers

Harry Lawrenson was an editor for Movietone News. The collection mostly represents Lawrenson’s military service during WWII and includes scrapbook pages and military service documents. Additionally there are of a small number of photographs that appear related to Movietone News.

Laws (Robert C.) Diary, 1852 - 1852

The collection consists of the diary of Robert C. Laws who traveled overland from Ohio to California in 1852. Laws joins a company in Missouri after his original party, the Buckey Emigrating Company, disbands. His diary provides details of the...

Lawser (Mary L.) Collection

The Mary Louise Lawser Collection consists of correspondence, pamphlets and brochures concerning her railroad work, photographs and transparencies of her work, and ephemera. The major portion of the collection, however, consists of preliminary sketches and colored renderings for murals and...

Lawson (Alvin H.) correspondence

This collection includes correspondence between Alvin H. Lawson, a professor of English, and various libraries regarding the anti-slavery novel by Ashurst Biggs. A photocopy of the novel is included.

Lawson (Andrew C.) Papers

The Andrew C. Lawson papers, 1880-1954, consist of personal and professional papers related to Lawson's career in geology and as a professor at the University of California, Berkeley during the first half of the twentieth century. Of particular note are...

Lawson (Ellwood) Collection

The consists of items collected by Lawson and his wife, Darla, that relate to his experience as an Old China Hand. The collection is primarily made up of biographical documents, photographs, and articles outlining Lawson's military service in China and...

Lawson (F. Melvyn) Papers

The Lawson Papers consist of biographical material; professional writings and correspondence; original poetry and music; photographs and memorabilia relating to the life and career of Sacramento educator, F. Melvin Lawson (1907-1998)....

[Lawsuit and settlement in California v. Diebold Election Systems, resolving false claims allegations against Diebold regarding its electronic voting equipment and software : case materials and press releases.]

Attorney General Lockyer announces $2.6 million settlement with Diebold in electronic voting lawsuit (Attorney General Bill Lockyer news release, Nov. 10, 2004) -- Diebold reaches settlement agreement with state of California (Diebold news release, Nov. 10, 2004) -- First amended...

Lawton (Edward) Collection

Collection includes biographical material; faculty correspondence at Berkeley, 1938-1941; programs of choral concerts conducted by Mr. Lawton between 1939 and 1965; and his choral compositions and music for voice....

Lawton (Harry W.) collection on Chinese in California

This collection contains newspaper clippings, photographs, documents and other material collected by Harry W. Lawton pertaining to the experiences of 19th-20th century Chinese immigrants in California, primarily in the Inland Empire region of Southern California. Includes material regarding the archaeological...

Lawton (Harry W.) collection on Willie Boy

This collection is comprised of correspondence, photographs, research notes, newspaper clippings, and other materials related to the Willie Boy manhunt of 1909. Topics include the Willie Boy manhunt, Harry W. Lawton's book, , the motion picture, , and the legal...

Lawton (Harry W.) papers

The Harry W. Lawton papers contain correspondence, press clippings, photographs, manuscripts, magazines, and other materials from Lawton's life and career. Lawton was an American writer, journalist, editor, and historian who wrote several books on Native Americans in Southern California, particularly...

Lawton (Israel) papers related to the San Francisco Mint

Collection consists of nine manuscript documents, dated 1885-1889, related to the appointment and discharge of Israel Lawton as superintendent of the San Francisco Mint: a presidential certificate designating Lawton as superintendent (1885 June 18); a copy of an official bond...

Lawyers Committee for Human Rights video tapes

Training video tapes for lawyers representing applicants for asylum in immigration hearings in the United States. Includes a mock asylum hearing and background lectures regarding applicants from Afghanistan, Ethiopia, and Iran.

Lawyers' notes on Grand and Petit Juries : ms, 18--.

Notes on decisions and statutes pertaining to the function and procedures of juries.

Laxalt (Joyce N.) album

Photographs depicting Austro-Hungarian soldiers on the Russian, Serbian, Romanian and Italian fronts during World War I, including scenes of trench life, combat, prisoners, ordnance, naval and aerial operations, and aerial views of troops and trench emplacements.

Layard (John Willoughby) Papers

Papers of John Willoughby Layard, English anthropologist and Jungian psycho-therapist. The collection includes extensive correspondence; drafts of Layard's writings, both published and unpublished; extensive notes and research materials; artifacts; and personal, patient and family materials. A significant proportion of the...

"Laying of the corner stone of Los Angeles High School" program

One program to the laying of the cornerstone of the new Los Angeles High School building ceremony on November 3, 1916, and one typewritten list of invited guests....

Layne (Ewart) miscellaneous papers

Letters, press releases, minutes of meetings, printed matter, and miscellany, relating to conditions in Grenada prior to the American invasion in 1983. Documents captured by an American soldier.

Layne (J. Gregg) Articles Submitted to the Historical Society of Southern California Quarterly

Joseph Gregg Layne (1885-1952) was a leading authority and bibliographer of Californiana as well as president, member of the board of directors and editor of the . The collection consists of about 40 original typescripts of articles by various persons,...

Layne (J. Gregg) papers

Joseph Gregg Layne (1885-1952) was a leading authority and bibliographer of Californiana as well as president, member of the board of directors and editor of the Quarterly for the Historical Society of Southern California and an organizer for E Clampus...

Lazar (Moshe) papers

Moshe Lazar (1928-2012) was a professor in many subjects at the University of Southern California from the late 1970s until a year before his death. In addition to the many topics he taught at the University, he actively and avidly...

Lazar (Samuel) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, speeches, press releases, serial issues, and photographs relating to Iraqi-American relations, the Iran-Iraq War, and the Israeli bombing of the Osirak nuclear reactor in Iraq.

Lazarev (E.) E. letters received

Relates to Russian revolutionary émigré activities.

Lazarev family papers

Memoir, personal documents, genealogies, printed matter, photographs, and miscellany, relating to Russian emigration to the United States after the Russian Revolution.

Lazarev (Vladimir IAkovlevich) papers

Collection consists of writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political and cultural conditions in Russia.

LaZebnik (Ken) Collection of Scripts

Ken LaZebnik is an American playwright and screenwriter who has written scripts for , and . His plays have also received national acclaim. The collection includes scripts from the shows and .

Lazere (Arthur) Papers

The one linear foot of papers documents Lazere's journalism from 1981 to 1993 and some of his community service work especially with the United Way. The records are divided into four series; journalism, community service work, miscellaneous, and audio visual....

Lazerson (Mark) papers

Correspondence, speech manuscripts, a flyer, and an application to attend a World Festival of Youth and Students, 1985, from Mark Lazerson. Lazerson served as co-chair of the Gay and Lesbian Alliance at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).

Lazic (Branko M.) typescript

Relates to the views of Albert Vassart on the French Communist Party.

Lazowski (Eugene S.) collection

Correspondence, legal agreements, and miscellany, relating to the ownership of memorabilia of Marshal Józef Pilsudski of Poland.

L.B.J. and other caricatures /

Unfinished mock-up book for a collection of caricature drawings by Antonio Sotomayor. Photographic prints of the drawings and one original drawing are pasted to various leaves in the volume. Includes multiple caricatures of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson and renderings...

Álbum fotográfico de Morelia.

Album of commercial photographic views of Morelia, Mexico, including buildings, monuments, streets and parks.

Lécuyer (Christophe) research materials

Academic research files and recorded interviews created by Christophe Lécuyer, published historian of Silicon Valley high tech industries.

Le Bronnec letters : Atuona, Marquesas Islands, to Frederick O'Brien : ALS, 1915-1921.

Five letters (8 p.), two of which were written by Le Bronnec; three other letters written by various friends of O'Brien in Marquesan and translated into French by Le Bronnec. Describes the short invasion of German ships during World War...

Le Fevre house and barn [graphic]

Exterior and interior views of the Le Fevre house and barn, an early 20th century farmstead in Santa Clara County (land purchased 1904 by Alphonse O. Le Fevre, home built shortly thereafter), taken Apr 4, 1988 prior to the relocation...

Le grand insulaire et pilotage d'André Thevet, angoumoisin, cosmographe du Roi : Dans lequel sont contenus plusiers plants d'isles habitées, et deshabitées, et description d'icelles, 1586.

Volume I contains descriptions of the West Indies and other islands of the New World. Volume II relates to the islands of the Mediterranean.

Le Lièvre (Barbara D. Loughman) Diary

Barbara Le Lièvre kept a diary while living in Washington D.C. and Paris, France in 1945, during the final days of World War II. Early entries in the diary highlight Le Lièvre's daily activities in Washington D.C. and New York,...

Le May (Alan) papers

Alan Le May (1899-1964) began his career as a journalist and author of westerns, some of which were adapted to the screen. He also produced a number of short stories and screenplays in addition to 17 novels. The collection contains...

Le Pautre (Jean) Etchings

This collection consists of 502 etchings after Le Pautre's own compositions, some published during his lifetime and some republished late. The etchings include historical, mythological, and biblical scenes, exterior and interior architecture, furniture, ornament, and trophies. From Theodore Besterman's collection.

Le Plongeon (Augustus and Alice Dixon) Papers

The collection documents the archaeological excavations, fieldwork, research, and writings of the nineteenth-century photographers, antiquarians, and amateur archaeologists Augustus and Alice Dixon Le Plongeon, the first persons to systematically excavate and photograph the Maya sites of Chichén Itzá and Uxmal...

Le Plongeon (Augustus and Alice Dixon) Photographs

Photographs by Augustus and Alice Dixon Le Plongeon document Maya architecture and sculpture at the archaeological sites of Chichén Itzá and Uxmal in the Yucatán peninsula. Images of Yucatán towns, flora, fauna, and peoples are also included in the collection.

Le Prince Roland Bonaparte card, 1858-1924

(1858-1924). Calling card of the grandson of Napoleon Bonapart'e brother, Lucien Bonaparte, n.d. Alpha list.

Le Queux (William) holograph

Propagandistic fictional work.

[Le Roy Dennis Paulson photograph collection].

Photographs of Le Roy Dennis Paulson and perhaps other flight radio operators; China Clipper planes and other seaplanes associated with Paulson's career, with Pan American Airlines and with Wake Island; and views of the Canal Zone in Panama, with scenes...

Le (Tony D.) Letters and Photographs

This collection comprises photocopies of letters and photographs documenting the refugee experience of Tony D. Le and his sister, who spent time in Phanat Nikhom refugee camp in Thailand and Bataan refugee camp in the Philippines before arriving in the...

Le (Van) Files on Southeast Asian Refugees

This collection is comprised of publications and other printed ephemera on Southeast Asian refugees in California and the United States that were accumulated during the course of his work by Van Le, a consultant in bilingual resources at the California...

Le Vine (Victor T.) papers

Pamphlets, campaign literature, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to the political development of the Cameroons. Used as research material for the book by V. T. Le Vine, (1964)

Lea (Homer) letters

Relates to plans for recruitment of American volunteers to participate in military overthrow of the Chinese imperial government. Photocopy.

Lea Steinberg Tepper's collection of National Council of Jewish Juniors records, 1931-1934.

The collection consists of Lea D. Tepper's scrapbook about the Oakland Section of the National Council of Jewish Juniors, for the years 1931-1934. The scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, correspondence, newsletters, and programs.

Leach (Caleb) Papers

This collection contains the papers of American watchmaker and water-works builder Caleb Leach (1755-1837). The majority of the collection deals with Leach’s invention, the screw auger, and his various business ventures. There is also some material related to Leach’s family...

Leach (Charles Nelson) papers

Diaries and photographs relating to Commission for Relief in Belgium and American Relief Administration activities in World War I-era Europe; correspondence, reports, and collected materials relating to internees and internment camps in the Japanese-occupied Philippines; and correspondence and printed materials...

Leach (Edwin Ralph) papers

The papers of Edwin Ralph Leach, an insect collector, entomological society member, and Fellow of the California Academy of Sciences. Included are correspondence and notes.

Leadabrand Collection, ca. 1890-1910

Loose pages from album of photos of the Philippines, Hawaii, and the South Seas. Approximately 190 images, albumen prints, sepia-toned. Most are identified and in good condition.

Leader and personality : koral history transcript / 1972-1975.

Photographs and copies of letters, articles and other documentary material inserted and appended. Boyhood in San Francisco; training for the rabbinate (1907-1914); service as rabbi in Los Angeles from 1915; role as leader in California Jewish community and relations with...

Leader (Anton M.) scripts

This collection includes annotated copies of scripts and shooting schedules from 1954-1969 belonging to American television director Anton (Tony) Leader (1913-1988).

A leader in the California Senate and the Democratic Party, 1940-1950 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1971-1979.

Comments on service as California state senator, 1940-1948, and on legislation affecting highway construction, water resources and position of Japanese during and after World War II; Earl Warren and other political figures, including Helen G. Douglas and Sheridan Downey; chairmanship...

Leader (Roz) Art Poster collection

Roz Leader is the former owner of Art Leaders, Ltd., a company in Los Angeles specialized in museum and gallery posters. During her years as a poster publisher and distributor, Leader assembled a collection of over 1300 art posters, which...

The Leaders of the Rebellion composite engraving, circa early 1860s

Composite engraving, with Jefferson Davis and Confederate generals including Robert E. Lee, Thomas J. Jackson, and P. T. G. Beauregard, [ca. early 1860s].

Leaders of the Russian revolution microform

Relates to Russian revolutionaries. Filmed from holdings of the Rossiiskii tsentr khraneniia i izucheniia dokumentov noveishei istorii.

Leadership in Social Education: A Guide to In-Service Education for Teachers Report

This report, written by Kefauver and Edward Krug, is the result of a five-year study of the theory and practice of social education, involving 112 teachers and 31 administrators from 10 school systems in the western United States. The study...

Leadership North County records

The Leadership North County records consist of operational records related to Leadership North County (2001 and on) and Leadership 2000 (previous to 2001). Leadership 2000 affiliated with California State University San Marcos in 2001 and changed its name at that...

Leading a changing Utah construction and mining company : oral history transcript : Utah International, GE-Utah, BHP-Utah, 1954-1987 / 2000.

Tulare County background; WWII, Burma Road; UC Berkeley College of Mines; positions with Yellow Pine Mine, Stibnite, ID, and Mountain Pass Mine, CA; Utah Construction & Mining Co. from 1954, head of mining division: Lucky Mc uranium mine, Navajo Mine...

Leaf (Edward Glenn) memoirs

Relates to recruitment of Section 578 of the United States Army Ambulance Service from the Stanford University community, its training, and its service in France during World War I.

League Audiovisual Conference Materials

League is the LGBTQ employee group at AT&T. It is the nation's first and largest Gay Employee Business Resource Group. League was founded in 1987 by a group of AT&T employees from Denver who had attended the 1987 March on...

League for Socialist Action/ Ligue Socialiste Ouvrière collection

The collection contains convention documents and discussion bulletins regarding the League for Socialist Action/ Ligue Socialiste Ouvrière (LSA/LSO), a Canadian Trotskyist organization.

League of Allied Arts records

This collection documents the history and administration of the League of Allied Arts, one of the oldest existing Black women's non-profit arts organizations in Los Angeles. Founded in 1939 by Dorothy Vena Johnson and Juanita Miller, the League was established...

League of American Writers Archives

Administrative, correspondence, congresses, affiliated group and publication materials concerning the activities and interests of the League.

League of Arab States. Maktab Jami'at al-Duwal al-'Arabiyah bi-al-Quds miscellaneous records

Reports, drafts, and correspondence, relating to Arabs in Israel, and especially to Jewish-Arab relations, Arab lands, and Palestinian political organization.

League of Arab States Pact mimeograph

Relates to pan-Arab cooperation. Includes an annex (typewritten) relating to the Palestinian question.

League of Nations High Commissioner, Free City of Danzig mimeograph

Relates to the dispute between Danzig and Poland regarding the use of the port of Danzig.

League of Nations miscellany

Slides and oversize printed matter relating to officials and activities of the League of Nations.

League of Red Cross Societies miscellaneous records

Correspondence, telegrams, reports, and minutes of meetings, relating to the founding of the League of Red Cross Societies and to relief operations in Europe.

League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany, and Emeryville Records

The League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany, and Emeryville (LWVBAE) Records, 1911-[ongoing], consist of administrative files, program material, and election services records. Program material includes records of league studies, positions, and action relating to local, state, and national issues....

League of Women Voters of East San Gabriel Valley Records

The collection chronicles the activities of the League of Women Voters of East San Gabriel Valley and its state and national counterparts over the course of several decades. The collection includes studies and reports on issues, correspondence with lawmakers, information...

League of Women Voters of Glendale/Burbank Collection

The League of Women Voters of Glendale/Burbank, a chapter of the League of Women Voters of the United States, is a grassroots nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government through voter registration, public education,...

League of Women Voters of Los Angeles Collection

In 1921 the League of Women Voters, a national organization, merged with an existing women's organization in California, the California Civic League, which already had chapters in many cities throughout the state. Women in Los Angeles established a chapter that...

League of Women Voters of Orange County Records

The League of Women Voters of Orange County (LWVOC), California is a nonpartisan organization committed to educating the public about elections, the voting process, and political and social issues. This collection comprises the records of the LWVOC beginning with 1957....

League of Women Voters of Sacramento County Collection

Contained are scrapbooks, meeting minutes, rosters, policy and position documents, published materials, newsletters, and photographs that reflect the functions and goals – from 1939 to 2019 – of the League of Women Voters of Sacramento County.

League of Women Voters of San Diego Records

The (1937-1998) document the League's programs in voter service, citizen education, action and advocacy programs. The collection also includes documents created by the state-level organization, League of Women Voters of California (LWV-CA), and the national organization, the League of Women...

League of Women Voters of San Jose/Santa Clara Chapter Records

The League of Women Voters of San Jose/Santa Clara Chapter Records consists of administrative records, political studies and action materials, which include subject specific legislation, government records, voter and election data and reports, as well as convention and meeting records...

League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara records

Records documenting the activities of the League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara, California, from the 1940s to 2015, including administrative files, issue files, newsletters, and clippings and scrapbooks.

League of Women Voters of the Bay Area Oral History Project transcripts, 1999-2004.

Interviews with Felicia G. Bock, Margaret Dumas, Gilda Halpern Feller, Ruth Jackson Ganong, Elizabeth Schickele, and Sally Severance. All are leaders in the League of Women Voters of the Bay Area or the League of Women Voters of Berkeley, Albany,...

League of Women Voters of the Bay Area Records

The League of Women Voters of the Bay Area Records (LWVBA), 1939-[ongoing], consist of administrative files, program records, and material relating to the celebration of the 75th anniversary of the League of Women Voters of the United States and the...

League of Women Voters of the San Bernardino Area records

This collection contains meeting minutes, newsletters, reports, and other materials from the League of Women Voters of the San Bernardino Area.

League of Women Voters Records

The League of Women Voters extensive collection consists of over fifty years of correspondence, minutes, reports, financial records, audio tapes and a documentary film. Included are League publications, printed materials and newspaper clippings depicting the development and achievements of the...

Leake (Chauncey D.) Papers

Collection includes biographical materials, diaries, notes and poetry; correspondence (scientific and general), articles, reviews, lectures; syllabi and course materials; manuscripts (holograph and typescripts) of published and unpublished materials, student papers, and reprints. Another collection of Leake's papers exists at the...

Leake (Dr. William W.) Report of Injuries

Collection consists of a two page report of injuries. Approximate date inferred from printed code at head: "J-25M-2-43 F.C. 5-26." Inkstamp at foot of recto: "Dr. Wm. W. Leake, Chief Surgeon, I.C. System, Chicago, Ill."...

Leal (Luis) papers

The Luis Leal papers document the personal and academic activities of a literary historiographer, mexican writer, and critic....

Leale family photograph album

The Leale family photograph album (P95-046, SAFR 24438) consists of a single volume of black-and-white photographs bound in an album and attributed to the family of Captain John Leale....

Leale (John, Captain) autograph books

The Captain John Leale autograph books (SAFR 14027, HDC 112) collection is comprised of two volumes created between 1910-1963. Volume one covers the years between 1910-1939 and volume two 1939-1963. They list the names of passengers and military officers, contain...

Leale (Marion W.) diary

Relates to conditions on Guernsey Island during World War I.

Leamer (Laurence) collection

The Laurence Leamer collection spans the years circa 1960s-1980s and encompasses 5 linear feet. The collection consists of Leamer's research files on Ingrid Bergman, including material by and about Petter Lindstrom related to his divorce from the actress, and files...

Leander Cummings letters : to Edgar Cummings, Montpelier, Vt., ALS : 1877-1886.

Twenty letters from Leander to his cousin Edgar, relating to his experiences and observations from the various towns where he lived in Sonoma County. He discusses his work as a schoolmaster, mostly with dissatisfaction over low pay and poor conditions....

Leander Holmes letters to Emily Scoville, 1853-1855.

Written from San Francisco to friend in the East.

Lear (George) Circus Disco Photographs

George Lear photographs of Circus Disco, 1980-1982. Includes a group photograph of Wally Albertson, Morris Kight, Jim Kepner, Peggy Stevenson, and two others.

Learn Collection

The collection contains the records of the nonprofit educational reform organization, LEARN (Los Angeles Educational Alliance for Restructuring Now), a major reform movement in one of the nation's largest school systems, the Los Angeles Unified School District. The holdings in...

Learn (Elmer W.) Reports and Speeches

Elmer W. Learn (1929- ) served as Executive Vice-Chancellor at the University of California, Davis from 1969-1984. The collection contains copies of sixteen of Learn's speeches and reports discussing university management needs and techniques.

The learning society : continuing education at NYU, Michigan, and UC Berkeley, 1946-1991 : oral history transcript / 1993.

Sterns discusses his family, youth, and education in New York City; continuing education at New York University and the University Center for Adult Education, Detroit; being Dean of the University of California Berkeley Extension; he examines and reflects upon the...

Leary (Mary Ellen) collection

Clippings, press releases, California state government publications, and other printed matter, relating to the political career of Ronald Reagan and to California state politics and government during his gubernatorial administration (1967-1974)

Leary, Mary Ellen Collection of newspaper clippings, notes, and press releases relating to politics and government in California, 1950-1970.

Collection of newspaper clippings, notes, and press releases relating to politics and government in California, 1950-1970, BANC MSS 72/129 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Leary, Mary Ellen. Collection of press releases and newspaper clippings chiefly concerning California politics and government, 1944-1958.

Press releases and related material for Earl Warren, William F. Knowland and Goodwin J. Knight; material on health insurance, oil, minor political parties, elections and the legislature.


Leases consist of four disbound volumes of indexes and 35 volumes of hand-written and typed leases executed on property within San Diego County from 1869 to 1931. They are contractual agreements between two parties, the lessor and the lessee, wherein...

Leask Family papers, 1861-2002.

The Leask family papers collection includes several generations of correspondence collected from the lives and works of patriarch Samuel Leask, Sr. and granddaughter, Peggy Leask Epstein:

Leask, Samuel. Correspondence concerning the Fort Romie Colony, 1939 Dec. - 1940 Jan.

Letter to Aubrey Drury, forwarding copies of letters from the Monterey County Assessor and Librarian concerning the colony.

Leather Daddy VII Leather Vest

Collection contains 1 item: a Leather Daddy VII title vest donated by Jason Ladd. Dennis Graff was Leather Daddy VII in 1989. Jason Ladd was Leather Daddy VI.

Leavens (Charles) Estate papers, circa 1800s-1900s

A number of documents in the collection refer to H. A. Flint or Flint family members. Henry Flint was an early Ventura County pioneer farmer/rancher in Santa Paula and Saticoy. Upon his death, Flint's property was sold to the Leavens...

Leavens, Fred Papers

Loan papers and property taxes

Leavitt (May Hoover) letters

Letters from Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoover to M. H. Leavitt, relating to personal and family matters, and undated letters from the grandmother of Herbert Hoover to her grandchildren. Photocopy.

Leavitt, Rae Collection

Scrapbooks from Clayton Valley High School and Job’s Daughters.

Leavitt (Richard P.) Papers

This collection documents one man's experience attending two retreats of the Body Electric School, a organization that focused on Tantric erotic massage for men.

Leavitt (Stephen) Collection

Ethnographic fieldnotes, audio cassette recordings (1984-1986), and slides created by Stephen Leavitt, American anthropologist and researcher in Melanesian culture. Included are fieldnotes, tape recorded interviews, interview transcripts, census materials, and Arapesh language materials related to the ethnography of the Bumbita...

Lebanese subject collection

Reports, pamphlets, leaflets, election campaign literature, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Lebanon, and to elections in Lebanon.

LeBaron (Gaye) Collection

The collection houses the research material of newspaper columnist Gaye LeBaron relating to the North Bay region of California. Files hold support materials for more than 8,200 newspaper columns written for The Press Democrat newspaper in Santa Rosa, California. Included...

LeBaron (John) Photograph Collection

The John LeBaron Photograph Collection, dating from 1950 through 2014, includes photographic negatives and prints from his work as a documentary photographer, recording regional and national history with his keen eye and artistic perspective.

LeBaron (Robert) papers

Biographical sketches, reminiscences, speeches, letters, appointment books, memoranda, memorabilia, and photographs relating to the development of U.S. atomic weapons, and to peaceful uses of atomic energy.

Lebaustri French Enology Collection

Correspondence and manuscript concerning presses, new instruments and techniques, quantities, and miscellaneous aspects of making Burgundy.

Lebbe (Vincent) papers

Correspondence, writings, reminiscences, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to Roman Catholic missions in China, diplomatic relations between China and the Vatican, and activities of Chinese students in Belgium and elsewhere in Europe. Includes four volumes of printed hard copies...

Lebedev (Nikolai Nikolaevich) papers

Financial records, minutes, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to charitable activities on behalf of Russian immigrants in the United States. Includes records of the Russian Benevolent Trust Fund in Memory of V. P. and M. P. Anitchkoff.

Leblanc, Albert J. (Second World War correspondence and photograph)

This collection contains one correspondence written by Sgt. Albert J. Leblanc, USA to his parents during the Second World War. Also included is a photograph of Sgt. Leblanc.

LeBorg (Reginald) papers

The Reginald LeBorg papers span the years circa 1920s-1989 and encompass 3.7 linear feet. The collection contains clippings on a handful of films. And, for THE WHITE ORCHID (1954) there are clippings and production material. In addition, there are cast...

Lech (Andrew F.) Personal Papers

Andrew Lech was an aviation model maker. His highly detailed models have been displayed at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum and the San Diego Air & Space Museum. His models date back to the 1920s.

Lechin Oquendo (Juan) papers

The papers provide an overview of the life and career of a prominent Bolivian trade unionist and politician, Juan Lechín Oquendo who served as head of the powerful Central Obrera Boliviana for 35 years (1952-1987), and was vice president of...

Lechin Weise (Juan Claudio) interviews

Video recordings and transcripts of interviews of Latin American and Spanish writers, relating to political and cultural conditions in Latin America.

Lechter (Melchior) Papers

German artist, best known for his work in the decorative design of books and ex libris, stained glass windows and painting. Collection consists primarily of correspondence between Lechter and the artists, writers, craftsmen, and decorative artists with whom he worked...

LeConte family papers

Correspondence, diaries, lecture notes and miscellaneous papers of various members of the LeConte family: Joseph, Joseph Nisbet and Caroline Eaton. Relate mainly to California Sierra trips, 1871-1946, and to activities with the Sierra Club. Some geological and engineering notes included.

LeConte Family Papers: Additions, 1856-1916

Mainly letters and papers of John LeConte and his family for the Civil War period, prior to departure for California. Included also: autobiographical sketch of John LeConte, genealogical notes, and a bound volume of reprints of papers by John Lawrence...

LeConte, Joseph N. (Joseph Nisbet) Photographs from the Joseph N. LeConte collection [graphic]

Captioned: Fort Santiago, Manila -- Wharf at "Cavite" (crowded with peddlers) -- "Nipa" House (grass house) -- Calle Real Gate, over 200 years old -- The Spanish Cathedral -- House moving (people transporting a grass house by hand) -- Manila...

LeConte scrapbook.

Concerning members of the LeConte family, but chiefly relating to Professor Joseph LeConte. Obituary notices for Robert Means Davis included.

Lecouvreur (Frank) Manuscript and Papers

Frank Lecouvreur was a German immigrant who came to California by ship around Cape Horn. His travels begin in 1851. This collection contains correspondence in German and English, an English translation by Julius C. Behnke of Frank Lecourvreur's book ,...

Lecture notes, apparently kept by Millie C. Medbery, at the University of California, 1878-1881 : Berkeley : ms., 1878-1881.

Lectures in analytical mechanics, by Mr. Slate, Aug. 10-Sept. 6, 1881, 23 p.- Lectures in zoology, by Prof. Joseph LeConte Aug. 13-Dec. 6, 1878. illus. by pen drawings. 94 p.- Lectures in Roman literature, by Prof. Martin Kellogg, Jan. 10-24,...

Lectures : ms., [undated]

Transcripts of lectures on various subjects, given in the Bay Area, published and distributed by the Industrial Indemnity Company. With letter of transmittal from Mr. Krutch.

Lectures given under the auspices of the California Academy of Sciences, 1892, with related materials, 1891-1892.

Notes for, Creation by Law (lecture 1), The Fundamental Groups of Animals (lecture 2), Mammals of California (lecture 4), The Bird (lecture 5), Song Birds of California (lecture 6). Also, notes for "Evolution of the colors of North American Land...

Ledbetter (Charles W.) papers

The collection consists of materials documenting the professional, political, and social life of Tuskegee Airman Charles W. Ledbetter, who later served in the Inland Empire as a journalist for the and was involved in local politics. Materials in the collection...

Lederberg (Esther M.) papers

Collection includes class notes and lab notebooks from her education at Hunter College, 1939-42, Stanford University, 1944-46, and the University of Wisconsin, 1948-50; notes and lab notebooks from subsequent research, primarily with plasmids, 1950 on; records from the Plasmid Reference...

Lederberg (Joshua) Papers

Papers consist of Lederberg's administrative files while head of the department of genetics at Stanford University Medical School from 1959 to 1978; they are divided into five series. 1) General files, 1959-77, pertain to miscellaneous University and Medical School committees...

Lederer (Charles) family papers

The Charles Lederer family papers span the years 1910-1985 and encompass 16 linear feet. The collection contains screenplays, playscripts, and stories by Charles Lederer and his frequent collaborator Ben Hecht; clippings, scrapbooks, sheet music, and photographs related to Reine Davies...

Lederer (Ivo J.) Papers

Notes compiled for a study published later as YUGOSLAVIA AT THE PARIS PEACE CONFERENCE : A STUDY IN FRONTIER MAKING (1963).

Lederer (Tom) ‘Huckleberry’ (musical) collection

San Francisco high school musical program, accompanied by press clippings about this controversial production.

Ledger and scrapbook

Ledger and scrapbook, 1876-1881, 1898-1931 (SAFR 23108, HDC 1636) is a single volume used as cash account book by George F. Hoeffer and used by Johnson as a maritime scrapbook largely containing newspaper clippings from the turn of the century...

Ledger for business located in Monterey County : ms., 1850 July 25 - 1852 Dec. 30.

Contains accounts for the city and county of Monterey as well as for firms and individuals. From the nature of the entries for James McKinlay this may have been part of his business records. Many pages have been cut out.

Ledger of pledges and contributions, 1881-1895.

With ledgers of Frederick W. Ellis.

Ledgers collection, 1870-1956

The ledgers in this collection were donated to the museum over several years. Many belong to either the Superior Court of Ventura County or various offices and departments within the county's administration, as well as several private businesses or clubs....

Ledgers, etc., for grist mill, Star of the Pacific, 1868-1905.

BANC; BANC MSS C-G 31: Volume 1 and 2 wrapped in bundle, vol. 3-7 in carton.

Ledgers, etc. relating to businesses in and around North Fork, Trinity County, California, 1857-1954.

Collection consists of: 4 v. of business records (unidentified), 1861-1871; Hotel Book of George Yokes (?), 1867-1868; blacksmith records of H.K. Schlomer, 1862-1867; 3 v. of business records (unidentified), 1868-1900; 1 ledger (unidentified), 1914-1951; 2 copybooks of H.G. Schlomer, 1941-1954....

Lee Bakker World War II India photograph album, circa 1943

Lee Bakker, US Air Force, CBI (China-Burma-India theater, WWII)

Lee (Barbara) Congressional Papers

This collection contains the congressional papers of Barbara Lee in three record groups: Record Group 1 - Ron Dellums/Barbara Lee Transitional Files; Record Group 2 - Authorization for Use of Military Force (AUMF) Responses; and Record Group 3 - Office...

Lee (Barbara) Papers

The Barbara Lee Papers consist of legislative bills and working files, correspondence, speeches, constituent case files, audiovisual material, subject and administrative files documenting Barbara Lee’s six years as state assemblywoman for California’s 16th District, two years as a state senator...

Lee (Bradner W.) papers

Collection consists of correspondence and legal papers for cases handled by Los Angeles attorney Bradner W. Lee, who practiced law with his sons Bradner W. Lee, Jr. and Kenyon F. Lee.

Lee (Charles H.) papers and photographs

This collection contains reports, correspondence, documents, maps, photographs, clippings, etc., pertaining to projects in hydraulics, sanitation, irrigation, municipal water supply, surface water and groundwater hydrology, and soil in California and other Western states, particularly for the City of Los Angeles...

Lee (Chingwah) papers

Small collection of material by and about Chinese American writer, actor, art appraiser and scholar Chingwah Lee.

Lee (Chol Soo) Collection

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and materials relating to the Committee for Chol Soo Lee’s Legal Defense.

Lee (Christopher) Papers

Christopher Lee (1964-2012) was a Chinese and Polish American trans activist and filmmaker. He co-founded the San Francisco Transgender Film Festival in 1997 and was active in Asian American LGBT organizations. This collection includes ephemera from Asian American LGBT organizations...

Lee College, Academic Departments and Schools, University Archives (Institutional Records)

The records in this series contain materials related to Lee College. Subseries include Brochures, Board of Directors of Lee College, Student Affairs Office, Application Forms and Materials, Apparel and Accessories Material, Communications, Honors Program for High School Seniors, Leadership Scholarship...

Lee (Craig Michael) papers

Music fanzines, fliers, writings, correspondence, clippings, photographs and other material, 1967-1994, from Craig Michael Lee, a music critic and openly-gay musician in Los Angeles-area punk bands during the late-1970s and 1980s. Lee performed with Alice Bag in the punk rock...

Lee (DeWitt L.) Collection

Correspondence, clippings, reports, photographs, charts, maps, bulletins, forms, applications....

Lee (Don) Scrapbooks

9 scrapbooks containing newspaper and magazine clippings compiled by a clipping service, 1916 through 1925. Coverage on the development and marketing of the Cadillac automobile brand and heavily on the news, advertisements and activities of Don Lee Cadillac, a dealership....

Lee E. Geyer papers.

Mainly clippings, scrapbooks, with some little correspondence, as member of California State Legislature and U.S. Congress.

Lee (Edward Bartlett) papers

Correspondence, leaflets, pamphlets, posters, clippings, photographs, and postcards relating to the activities of various relief organizations during and immediately after World War I and to the Liberty Loan drives and other aspects of the war effort in the United States.

Lee (Edwin A.) Papers

Edwin Augustus Lee (1888-1966) was born in Redding, California. He was the Dean and Professor of the UCLA School of Education (1940-55). While at UCLA, he expanded the School of Education from a credential program for elementary and secondary teachers...

Lee Edwin M.

Correspondence from government officials, photographs with dignitaries, and speech for 2012 inauguration. Preservation copies of press conference videos.

Lee (Eileen) Papers

The collection includes material related to filmmakers Eileen Lee and Marilyn Abbink and their documentary, "Women of Gold," which focuses on Asian and Pacific Islander women who participated in the 1990 Gay Games in Vancouver, Canada. Materials include VHS and...

Lee (Ellen K.) Collection

This collection consists of photographs, pencil sketches, newspaper and magazine articles, and documents all concerning the early history of Newport Beach and Newport Bay. The photographs document Balboa, Lido Island, Corona del Mar, Laguna Beach, Newport Bay, Newport Beach, the...

Lee (Ellen K.) Collection on Helena Modjeska and Orange County

This collection comprises materials collected by Ellen K. Lee, Orange County historian and Helena Modjeska expert, during the course of her research from 1965 until her death in 2006. The materials document Ellen Lee's research, Helena Modjeska's life in the...

Lee (Emory) collection

Newspapers, newsletters, journals and periodicals pertaining to the Asian American experience. Emphasis is on the local San Francisco Bay Area, but also includes nationwide material.

Lee (Eugene C.) papers

The collection consists chiefly of newspaper clippings covering various California water issues, including the proposed Peripheral Canal and the Mono Lake controversy.

Lee family letters, 1839-1870.

Letters written by Robert E. Lee and his wife to Mrs. Sarah Beaumont Irwin, describing family life and touching on the Mexican-American War and on U.S. politics.

Lee Family Papers

2850 pp. in all, comprising the collected correspondence of Sir William Lee, fourth Baronet of Hartwell, Buckinghamshire, (b. 1764 - d. 1801) and other members of his family....

Lee (Fitzhugh) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, testimony, orders, personnel records, and printed matter, relating to naval aviation, naval operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, inter-service controversies within the American armed forces, issues arising from civilian control of the...

Lee Fong immigration documents, 1937-1961.

Contains 1 letter stating Lee Fong's employment in Seattle, a copy of his naturalization papers and a letter from a Texas congressmen congratulating Lee Fong on his citizenship.

Lee Foot Goong papers, 1906-1933.

Passport, immigration papers, draft notice and receipts for contributions to the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association, included.

Lee (Greg) Costume Contest Photographs

Greg Lee photographs of a costume contest in Philadelphia, undated.

Lee Harbick Photograph Collection

Lee Harbick was born in Watsonville, Calif. in 1910, the daughter of a Yugoslavian immigrant father. During World War II, she worked in the shipyards n San Pedro, Calif., and in 1945 returned to the central coast and to Monterey....

Lee (Hector) Folklore Collection

Dr. Hector Lee (1908-1992) came from Chico State University to SSU at its inception. He was a nationally known authority on western folklore and a true teller of tall tales. The Lee papers document Dr. Lee’s involvement with the folklore...

Lee (Jimmy) papers

This small collection contains promotional and press material and two DVDs related to work of Korean-American filmmaker Jimmy Lee (born 1945).

Lee (John Clifford Hodges) papers

Memoirs, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American military operations in Europe during World Wars I and II.

Lee (John Doyle) Papers

A collection of diaries, letters, documents, and manuscripts of John Doyle Lee documenting early life in Utah and the Mountain Meadows Massacre.

Lee, John. Papers relating to the Balloon Committee of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1858-1866.

Concerning scientific research and meterorological observations conducted from balloons by James Glaisher for the committee. Included are notices and minutes of meetings, and letters from Sir George Biddell Airy, Henry Tracey Coxwell, James Glaisher, James W. L. Glaisher, Sir John...

Lee (Jordan) Papers

The Jordan Lee papers document his involvement over several decades in the leadership of the G40+ Club, a San Francisco social organization for men over 40 that he co-founded. Lee (1926-2004) was also an early member of the Mattachine Society.

Lee (Josephine) collection

Campaign leaflets issued by various Portuguese political parties, relating to the national election of 1980.

Lee (Jung-in) collection

Collection consists of clippings, publications, notes, and photographs from Korean Times reporter Lee Jung-in's 1990 visit to North Korea.

Lee (Kem K.) Photographs and Other Materials

The Kem Lee photograph collection, 1927-1986, contains Lee's photographs and other materials in subject files relating to his photojournalistic assignments and business advertisements for San Francisco Chinatown newspapers and includes photographs of the Miss Chinatown USA Pageant, community organizations, political...

Lee (K.W.) (Kyung Won) papers

The collection contains news clippings, newspapers, photographs, audiovisual materials and other items from journalist K.W. (Kyung Won) Lee related to his life, journalism, and Korean-Americans in the media.

Lee (K.W.) Papers

Correspondence, court records, clippings and other background materials relating to the Chol Soo Lee case (1973). Also contains office files, artwork, and photographs relating to the publication of (1980-1983) and a bound volume of the paper (1979-1981).

Lee (Kyle K.) Record Collection

The Kyle K. Lee Record Collection contains LP records collected by Lee of both instrumental Chinese music and recordings of multiple Peking (Beijing) Operas.

Lee (Lawrence Bacon) Correspondence

Lawrence Bacon Lee (1917-2003) served as Professor of History at San Jose State University from 1957-1983. The collection contains his correspondence primarily with fellow historians Paul W. Gates and Donald J. Pisani. Topics discussed include their research and writings on...

[Lee M. Foster photograph album of U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps, Buck Meadows Camp F-82, Stanislaus National Forest].

Album of snapshots documenting Company 1914 of the U.S. Civilian Conservation Corps, based at Buck Meadows Camp F-82 in Stanislaus National Forest, just west of Yosemite National Park. Chiefly scenes of the camp's buildings, tents and grounds, and everyday activities...

Lee Mallory collection, circa 1973-1975

Collection of correspondence, reviews and related materials, mostly photocopies, to and from various poets and editors, pertaining to Mallory's Painted Cave Books of Goleta, CA, and elsewhere, ca. 1973-1975. Alpha list.

Lee Mallory typescript, circa 1971

One original typescript copy of 91739, a book of poetry published by Water Table Press, and one holographic copy, written on blank pages of another work, ca. 1971.

Lee Mallory typescript poem, 1972

Typescript poem, "Bukowski - New Years Eve," 1972. [Note: copy restrictions]. Alpha list.

Lee (Manning de Villeneuve) Cherry Ann and the Dragon Horse Drawings

The collection contains the original pen and ink illustrations by Manning de Villeneuve Lee for a children's book published in 1955 about a Chinese immigrant family in San Francisco in the 1950s.

Lee (Michael H.) Liberia collection

Michael H. Lee is a photographer who has published two books of images taken in Liberia.

Lee, N. Appleton. Letters to Mrs. Harriet G. Glover : New York City, 1861 Jan 20 and 23.

Concerning the New York Society Library and business affairs.

Lee (Peter H.) collection of books and letters from Wallace Stevens

Collection consists of letters from Wallace Stevens to Peter H. Lee, and books from Lee's collection by Wallace Stevens, T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost, and Robert Lowell.

Lee (Philip Randolph) Inauguration Symposium Recording

Proceedings of the symposium to commemorate the inauguration of Philip Randolph Lee as Chancellor of the University of California, San Francisco, 1969 November 1.

Lee (Philip Randolph) Papers

This collection documents Philip Randolph Lee's career as a health policy researcher and administrator. It includes material from his time as UCSF Chancellor, Assistant Secretary at the Department of Health Education and Welfare, Assistant Secretary for Health in the Department...

Lee (Pinky) papers

This collection consists of the papers of American burlesque comic Pinky Lee (1907-1993).

Lee, Robert E. (Robert Edward) Letter : to James A. Seddon, 1863 November 10

Holograph letter written at Head Quarters asking the Secretary of War for winter supplies.

Lee (Roger) Collection, 1949-1968

The collection documents Lee's architectural projects throughout Northern California.

Lee (Rose H.) papers

Rose Hum Lee was the first woman and the first Chinese American to head an academic department of an American university when she was appointed in 1956 to chair the Sociology Department at Roosevelt University in Chicago. The bulk of...

Lee (Russel V.) family papers

The collection contains orrespondence, photographs, printed material, scrapbooks, newspaper articles, and ephemera relating to the Lee family, the Palo Alto Medical Clinic and Stanford Hospital, and the careers of Russel V. Lee and Philip R. Lee....

Lee (S. Charles) papers

S. Charles Lee (1899-1990) graduated from Technical College, Chicago in 1918 and the Armour Institute of Technology in 1921. He relocated to Los Angeles in 1922 where he designed numerous theaters and office buildings (1927-40), developed the Los Angeles International...

Lee (Sammy) papers

Sammy Lee was a two-time Korean American Olympic gold medal winning diver, physician, and USC alum. This small collection consists of awards, certificates, audiovisual materials, scrapbooks, copies of a biography, and other various ephemera documenting Lee's life and career.

Lee (Samuel L.C.) Papers

Collection includes correspondence, typescript plays in various degrees of completion and form, and miscellaneous music and verse....

Lee (Spike) scripts

The Spike Lee scripts span the years 1986-2007 and encompass 2 linear feet. The collection contains photocopies of the scripts for most of Lee's major feature films as director and for one television film. The earliest film represented is SHE'S...

Lee (Sue Ko) Scrapbook on Chinese Ladies' Garment Workers' Union

Scrapbook belonging to Sue Ko Lee, a button hole machine operator at the National Dollar Store garment factory in San Francisco's Chinatown, and member of the Chinese Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (CLGWU), Local 341.

Lee (Sydney) Photographs

Syndey Lee photographs of the Reno Gay Rodeo (undated) and of Morris Kight accepting the Eason Monroe Courageous Advocate Award from American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) President Samuel Paz in 1982.

Lee, William Harold (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence between Sgt. William Harold Lee, USAAF, and his family during the Second World War. Lee was stationed in the Pacific and served in New Guinea, Australia, the Philippines, and Okinawa.

Lee (William Thomas) papers

Writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter, relating to Soviet armed forces, the Soviet economy, and American defense policy.

Leebrick (Karl C.) Correspondence

Mainly concerning the death of Henry Morse Stephens and the statement of his estate.

Leeds (Charles T.) Papers

Charles Tileston Leeds (1879-1960) was a commissioned officer in the Army Corps of Engineers stationed in the Philippines and New Mexico, a member of the California Debris Commission, in charge of the construction of the Colorado River drainage basin and...

Leeds (Howard) Papers

The Howard Leeds Collection consists primarily of produced television scripts and treatments from 1952 through 1989, including Meet Millie, Bachelor Father, The Danny Thomas Show, My Three Sons, Bewitched, Julia, That Girl, My Living Doll, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir,...

Leehey (Donald James) letter

Relates to statistical and other information on the careers of members of the class of 1920.

Leelarathna (Hassina and Deeptha) Photograph Collection

Hassina and Deeptha Leelarathna founded the first Sri Lankan newspaper in the United States. Founded in 1978, the paper, , served as a voice for the Sri Lankan diaspora, and reported on everything from the decades-long civil war in Sri...

Leeper (John P.) Correspondence

John Palmer Leeper (b.1921) served as the director of the Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum in San Antonio, Texas (1954-90). Blanche Magurn Leeper (b.1911) was assistant curator of Oriental Art at the William Hayes Fogg Art Museum at Harvard, assistant...

Lees family papers, 1851-1947.

Includes letters to Isaiah W. Lees, mainly from his wife; a few letters by Lees; appointment of Lees as Captain of Detective Police of San Francisco, 1866; diary of Ella (Lees) Leigh, 1905-1907, containing some biographical data concerning the family...

Lees (Isaiah W.) Collection

San Francisco Mining Company and California Cygnet Company (1863-1902) list of shareholders and legal papers; Investigative files: Robert W. Souter (1973-1876), Charles G. Mugg (1874-1878, Joseph Wrigley (1858-1872), Piper-Baldwin (1863-1900), Fair-Craven Case (1890s); photographs; notes; correspondence; resolution book....

Lees (Robert) and Fred Rinaldo papers

The Robert Lees and Fred Rinaldo papers span the years 1932-2004 (bulk 1940s-1960s) and encompass 26.7 linear feet. The collection consists almost entirely of the writings of Lees and Rinaldo and includes scripts, treatments, outlines, short stories, and unpublished novels...

Leese & Vallejo vs Clark, 1851-1856.

Case documents (1851-1856) prepared by Gregory Yale for plaintiffs Jacob P. Leese & Salvador Vallejo versus William S. Clark to recover possession of waterfront property in San Francisco, based upon a Mexican land grant of 1839, purchased independently by William...

Leese (Jacob P.) Papers

Consists of personal and business correspondence, indentures, legal documents, ship's papers, accounts, inventories, and maps, documenting the activities, business interests, and land holdings of early California merchant Jacob P. Leese, his wife Rosalia Vallejo de Leese, and his partner Thomas...

Leese (Jacob P.) Photostat Letter

This is a photostatic copy of a letter written to Abel Stearns from Jacob P. Leese, 1837 May 8....

Leet, G. A. W. Letter books from G.A.W. Leet to his sister Eunice.

Two Gregory's Express Letter Books (13 x 8 cm) containing handwritten letters from G.A.W. Leet to his sister Eunice. The 1851 letter tells of Mr. Leet having joined the Navy in 1847 and sailed to Brazil, the Cape of Good...

Leetch family papers, 1849-1866.

Handwritten receipt on Hyde & Goodrich of New Orleans receipt paper for the purchase of a $36 "Colts Repeater" by Mr. Leach on October 5, 1849. A.L. Abbott received this payment.

Leete (Benjamin Franklin) correspondence

Includes four letters belonging to B. F. Leete generated during his position as a civil engineer for the California Central Railroad.

Lefebvre Family Papers

Papers concerning the wholesale business in Mexico and Paris of Alfred Lefebvre, a French exporter and importer who traded with firms in France, Germany, Switzerland, Great Britain, the United States, and many places in Mexico. Principal exports from Mexico were...

Lefever (Ernest W.) papers

Writings, correspondence, interview summaries, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to pacifism in World War II, postwar African politics, United Nations intervention in the Congo, nuclear proliferation, American military and police-training aid to foreign countries, the role of religion in...

Leffingwell (Randy) Papers

Leffingwell’s photographic transparencies as well as his research notes for his books: Ford Farm Tractors (1998), International Harvester Tractors (1999), Farm Tractor Milestones (2000), California Wine Country (2002), and John Deere: A History of the Tractor (2004).

Lefranc (Georges) papers

Writings, reports, syllabi, and printed matter relating to social conditions and to the socialist, syndicalist, and labor movements in France.

Left Curve records, 1968-2014.

Contains correspondence, including correspondence from Jack Hirschman, business records, and submissions. Also, contains travel records, journals, and sketchbooks of Left Curve editor, Csaba Polony.

Left Literature collection of pamphlets and periodicals

Pamphlets, books, and periodicals from Socialist and Communist publishers in the U.S. and the U.S.S.R., 1930s-1950s. Subjects include fascism, atomic weapons, race and labor relations.

The Legacy of Milton and Rose Friedman's Free to Choose conference proceedings

Video recordings of proceedings of a conference sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas relating to contributions of Milton and Rose Friedman to free market economics.

The Legacy of Shockley Semiconductor

Videorecording of the roundtable discussion held on September 27, 2005, moderated by Leslie Berlin, featuring Gordon Moore, Jay Last, Julius Blank, all co-founders of Fairchild Semiconductor, and James F. Gibbons, professor of electrical engineering at Stanford. Included are the introductory...

Legacy Project archive

Material related to the Legacy Project, a project founded by Jerry Burchfield in the spring of 2002 to document the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station in Orange County, California and its subsequent transformation into the Orange County Great Park....

Legajo sobre construcion una iglesia parroquial en la villa dela Encarnación.

Official file containing the architectural plans and related documents for the construction of a parish church in Encarnación, Mexico. Two documents are signed by the architect, Miguel Costansó, one is signed by Jacobo Ugarte y Loyola, the Intendant of Guadalajara,...

Legal agreement concerning property in St. Louis : St. Louis, Missouri : DS, 1868 Mar. 13.

Articles of agreement with the heirs of Eliza Clemens for division of property.

Legal Aid Society of Alameda County statistical case reports, 1940-1951.

Legal Aid Society of Alameda County statistical case reports, BANC MSS C-A 153, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County, Records

Collection consists primarily of administrative records, correspondence, and case files.

Legal and Exchequer Document Collection

The bulk of this collection consists of Exchequer records and legal documents from England, 1541-1754. Includes documents and fragments bearing the signatures of Exchequer officials and other public officials. Also includes indentures regarding property in the village of Sulgrave, ancestral...

Legal and Financial Documents on Slaves and Slavery in the United States Collection

Purchased by the library in the late 1970s, this collection consists of bills of sale, bonds, writs, promissory notes, summons, wills of slave owners, and inventories of slaves. It also includes some criminal cases involving slaves and an anonymously authored...

Legal Broadsides (Mexico, printed by Pedro Ocharte)

Three notarial documents from the end of the sixteenth century in the city of Puebla document the system through which financial transactions and powers of attorney were formalized through the use of a public scribe in early colonial Mexico.

Legal claims in Spain, 17th century.

Four items (briefs and statements), three of them relating to chaplaincies and clerical duties and one concerning jurisdiction over La Torre de Juan Abad (Spain)

Legal document concerning Tlaxcala, Mexico, 1568-1770.

Miscellaneous legal papers, mostly signed originals, dealing with both civil and criminal cases, arranged in chronological order. The collection consists mainly of records from Tlaxcalan administrative tribunals, with some documents from the Real Audiencia de México and its criminal court,...

Legal documents, 1874-1878.

Three documents received in envelope, include: Agreement of sale, R.R. Craig and Joe Craig to S.W. Hale, 15 Feb. 1874, for property in the town of Jenny Lind, Calaveras County, Calif., including Whiskey Hill, American, Sand Hill, and Jenny Lind...

Legal documents relating to the transfer of title of real property of two houses in Mexico City : Mexico City, Mexico, 1631-1911.

Titles of property and notarial deeds regarding the ownership of two small lots in Mexico City, 1631-1911. Some documents describe the succession of ownership for a house located in the barrio of Santa Cruz Coautzingo (later called Nuestra Senora de...

Legal Issues in Cyberspace Videorecordings

Ten programs from the telecourse Legal Issues in Cyberspace taught by Prof. Margaret Jane Radin in the fall of 1997. Speakers are Margaret Jane Radin, Kathleen Sullivan, Philip Zimmermann, Pamela Samuelson, Alexander Silverman, Mark Stefik, Michael Bayle, Mark Manasse, Janet...

Legal miscellany from Nueva Galicia Mexico, 1664-1704.

Incomplete documents emanating from Nombre de Dios, in the Valle de la Poana, Nueva Galicia, relating mainly to the settlement and sale of estates and lands.

Legal papers of Gregory Yale, consisting of briefs, complaints, writs, court records, letters, memoranda, etc. connected with Yale's practice as attorney in various mining and land cases, and for the Pilots association of San Francisco : San Francisco : manuscripts, 1850-69.

Contents.- v. 1. Limantour claim; New Almaden mine.- v. 2. Peter Smith land titles; California vs. Randall, Holden and Swett; Original drafts of California mining law.- v. 3. San Francisco pilots association cases, 1850-69.- v. 4. San Quentin prison case...

LeGendre (William C.) letter

Relates to proposals in the United States for a negotiated end to World War I and Polish independence, 1916-1917. Also includes translations of excerpts from by Jerzy Jan Sosnowski, Russian diplomatic representative in the United States during World War I.

Legg (W. Dorr) Personal Papers

Correspondence and photographs, along with business, financial, and organizational records, chronicling the life of W. Dorr Legg before and beyond his involvement with ONE, Incorporated. Photographs document his early life along with minimal records of his educational experience at the...

Leggett (Mortimer) Collection

Collection of a Civil War Union general, primarily correspondence from Civil War and post-war era. Includes correspondence with Ulysses S. Grant.

Legie česká records

Orders, proclamations, leaflets, pamphlets, serial issues, writings, and photographs relating to the activities of the Czechoslovak Legion during the Russian Civil War. Includes a history of the Legion, entitled .

Legislative records, 1822-1846.

Forms part of the Hubert Howe Bancroft Collection.

Legrand (Francois) papers

Diary and reports, relating to political and social conditions in Siwantzu and elsewhere in the communist zone of northern China, and to the situation of Roman Catholic missionaries in the communist zone.

Lehman, B. H. (Benjamin Harrison) Photographs from the Benjamin H. Lehman papers [graphic]

Views of Bohemian Grove activities and Berkeley during the 1923 fire. Also included are photos of various personalities: Charles E. Scott Wood, Charmian London, B. Durham, Ella Hooker, Jacob Wassermann, Charlie Chaplin, Noel Sullivan, Henri Deering, Sara Bard Field, Langston...

Lehman (Benjamin H.) Papers

Chiefly correspondence with his many friends and associates. Also includes manuscripts and writings, as well as other personal papers and memorabilia. Correspondence with numerous American authors and literary figures also included. $b Correspondents include: Ansel Adams, Gertrude Atherton, William Everson,...

Lehman (Ernest) scripts

This collection consists of scripts, papers, and publicity materials for film projects by American screenwriter Ernest Lehman (1915-2005). Lehman wrote screenplay adaptations of the musical (1961) and the film version of (1965).

Lehman (Paul D.) papers

The Paul D. Lehman papers are contained within the Tuskegee Airmen Archive. This archive consists of material related to those individuals who served at Tuskegee Army Air Field, and its predecessors, as well as material pertaining to Tuskegee Airmen, Inc.,...

Lehmann (Heinz E.) papers

Documents related to Heinz E. Lehmann....

Lehmann (Lotte) and Dorothy Waage correspondence collection

Small collection of correspondence from soprano Lotte Lehmann.

Lehmann (Lotte) Collection

The Lehmann Collection contains letters, scrapbooks, manuscripts, photographs, video cassettes, art works, and sound recordings relating to the life and career of Lotte Lehmann (1888-1976), the internationally famous soprano famous for her interpretations of Fidelio, Der Rosenkavalier and German lieder...

Lehmer (Derrick N.) Musical Compositions

Collection includes various Indian lore songs, and songs from Lehmer's opera The harvest, as well as a folder of biographical notices....

Lehnert (Marek) papers

Dispatches and sound recordings, relating to political conditions in Poland and to Vatican relations with Poland.

Lehtin (Laurie Leonard). Finnish leader's perspective on the cooperative movement.

Transcript of oral history interview in the Consumers Cooperative ob Berkeley Oral History collection.

Lei (Zhen) papers

Lei Zhen (1897-1979) was a human rights activist, liberal thinker, and vigorous political opponent of Chiang Kai-shek and Kuomintang rule in post-1949 Taiwan. The collection, consisting of Lei Zhen's memoir, correspondence, and writings dated 1960-1977, primarily relates to the pro-democracy...

Leib Family Collection

The Leib Family Collection includes family and business correspondence as well as household and business records from Samuel and Lida Leib and their five children.

Leib Family Financial Records

Receipts and invoices generated by the Samuel and Lida Leib family for household and business expenses between 1881 and 1908. This is a related collection to the Leib Family Collecton (1979-171) also at History San Jose.

Leib (Samuel Franklin) Papers

The collection consists of four major components: Stanford correspondence pertaining to Judge Leib's association with the Stanford family and his responsibilities as a member of the first Board of Trustees of Stanford University (1891-1923); personal correspondence (1885-1910); correspondence pertaining to...

Leib (Samuel Franklin) Photograph album

Photographs of Leib's home and gardens in San Jose; also includes four views of Stanford University and one view from Mount Hamilton.

Leibniz (Gottfried W., Freiherr von) Papers

Leibniz (1646-1716) was a philosopher, mathematician, and political advisor. He invented differential and integral calculus. His major writings include (1671), (1686), (1697), and (1698). The collection consists of 35 reels of positive microfilm of more than 100,000 handwritten pages of...

Leicestershire - Views of ancient buildings

Modern album, probably from the 1950s, of mounted 19th-century steel-engraved plates of manor houses, churches, and landscapes of Leicestershire, England. |b Twelve of the plates are described in v. 1 of William Upcott's Bibliographical account of the principal works relating...

Leidal (George) collection on the City of Irvine

This collection comprises files of George Leidal, a reporter employed by the Daily Pilot newspaper in Newport Beach, California. Leidal reported on the planning, incorporation, and early development of the City of Irvine, a master-planned community designed by architect William...

Leidesdorff estate papers, 1844-1852.

Accounts and legal papers (originals or copies) pertaining to the administration of the estate of W.A. Leidesdorff. Each item cataloged separately. Part I - Papers relating to Leidesdorff's land grant. Part II - papers relating to W.D.M. Howard's administration of...

Leidesdorff (William A.) Collection

The collection consists of Leidesdorff's correspondence (1845-1847) as vice-consul; correspondence, account books, orders, and receipts (1834-1848) reflecting Leidesdorff's activities as a merchant in Yerba Buena (later San Francisco), including accounts with the crew of the Schooner and Hawaiian and Indian...

Leidig Store Papers

The Leidig Papers consist of business records, correspondence, and advertisements. The Papers are divided into three series: Series I covers the earliest and smaller group of records from 1837 until George Leidig's death in 1899, and includes business receipts from...

Leigh, Benjamin Watkins Letters addressed to Benjamin Watkins Leigh : and related materials, 1818-1840.

Include letters from Henry Clay (Feb. 4, 1823); John Marshall (Apr. 30, 1834); James Monroe (Mar. 9, 1818, enclosing a letter of introduction for Leigh to the President and a passport signed by John Quincy Adams, Secretary of State); Daniel...

Leigh (Carol)/The Scarlot Harlot Garments

Carol Leigh, also known as, The Scarlot Harlot, was an artist, filmmaker, writer, and sex workers’ rights activist. She is credited with coining the term “sex work” and was the co-founder of the Bay Area Sex Worker Advocacy Network. This...

Leigh Family Collection

A collection related to the Leigh family of Adlestrop, England; it includes correspondence, documents, poems, transcriptions, and genealogical material.

Leigh Family Papers

The Leigh family papers is a collection of letters, poems and manuscripts of six generations of the Leigh family of Adlestrop mainly concerning family matters and the society in which they lived.

Leigh (Janet) Collection

The majority of the collection is material that decorated Leigh's home. Including: photographs, movie posters, correspondence, advertisements and magazine covers, and recognitions and awards.

Leigh (Janet) papers

The Janet Leigh papers span the years 1936-2003 and encompass approximately 42 linear feet. The collection includes scripts, voluminous scrapbook pages, periodicals, and photographs. There are around 100 bound scripts, split evenly between film and television productions. The subject files...

Leigh (John H.) Papers

John H. Leigh (1859-1934) was a public reader of Shakespearian plays in Great Britain. The collection contains clippings of reviews and interviews concerning Leigh's public Shakespearian readings as well as notebooks revealing Leigh's detailed study of each play in preparation...

Leighton (Philip Albert), "Man and Air in California" Address

Text of address presented at the Statewide Conference on Man in California, 1980s, held in Sacramento, January 27, 1964.

Leighton (Robert B.) papers

This collection documents the career of Robert B. Leighton, who served as a member of the physics faculty at the California Institute of Technology from 1949 until 1986. The materials relating to the California Institute of Technology include research proposals...

Leihr (Mary) Scrapbook

This scrapbook was compiled by Mary Leihr during 1926 and 1927. The scrapbook includes drawings, cartoons, notes, letters, and telegrams sent by Mary's beau Al William Logan, a travelling saleman. Many of the cartoons and sketches express Al's adoration for...

Leikhtenberg (Gertsog Nikolai Nikolaevich fon) diary

Relates to White Russian attempts to secure aid from Germany during the Russian Civil War. Includes annotations by his father. Photocopy.

Leimkuhler (Harry) Scrapbook

This collection contains one scrapbook presumably compiled by Rosalind Rowen featuring black-and-white photographs of mostly Harry Leimkuhler, as well as telegrams, letters, poems, love notes, and cards to and from Leimkuhler's fiance, Rosalind. Also included are memorial service programs, obituaries,...

Leinberger Family collection, 1884-1950.

Charles E. Leinberger, born June 12, 1863, worked for the Southern Pacific Railroad primarily as an air brake instructor from 1883 to 1931, when he retired. He was the son of Henry Leinberger, a prominent cattleman of Sacramento and Yolo...

Leiper (Clinton A.) Papers

Personal and business papers of longtime Southern Pacific conductor Clinton A. Leiper.

[Leiser and McDevitt automotive garage, Sonoma, Calif.].

Garage exterior, with automobile and four young men posed in entry. A motorcycle is also displayed at right. Address appears to be 420 West Napa St., most likely in the town of Sonoma, California. Men pictured are identified as Emil...

Leiser (Edward L.) Aviation Collection

This collection contains 25 spiral-bound books by Edward L. Leiser detailing the day-to-day events in aviation history of San Diego, California, between 1883 and 1934.

Leiser (Edward) Personal Papers

The collection covers aviation history dating back to the first flights and includes extensive background and research material. It was the personal collection of Ed Leiser. It focuses on the History of Aviation in San Diego.
 Ed Leiser wrote...

Leisure Arts Club Scrapbook

The Leisure Arts Club was founded on January 31, 1941 at the home of Althea Clark. Its purpose, as outlined in its constitution, was The collection consists of one scrapbook which documents the club's activities between 1941 and 1962. It...

Leisure World Historical Society records

The Leisure World Historical Society records consists of Leisure World newspapers, scrapbooks, both from clubs and individuals, administrative files, club records, photographs, slides, VHS tapes, and oral histories.

Leitenberg (Milton) collection

Clippings, printed articles, press releases, press conference transcripts, and other printed matter, relating to Soviet-American arms limitation negotiations.

Leitner (Anthony U.) Memorial Collection

UCSB acquired the Anthony U. Leitner Collection from his estate in the summer of 1997. In the donation were books, tapes, ephemera, and manuscripts, including flyers, publicity announcements, conference handouts, newsletters, and legal documents relating to Tibetan Buddhism and other...

Leiva (Miriam) writings

Relates to social and economic conditions in Cuba.

Leivick (Joel) photographs

The collection consists of photographic prints of travels in Europe, Mexico and the United States - primarily in Connecticut and California; a marble quarry in Carrara, Italy; portraits, and series devoted to gardens.

Lejins (Janis) papers

Correspondence, writings, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to the annexation of Latvia to the Soviet Union, conditions in Latvia under communism, Latvian émigrés in Canada and the United States, and anti-communist Latvian émigré movements.

Lejnieks (Dagmara) collection

The collection contains significant materials relating to the movement for Latvian (and Baltic) independence in the late perestroika era of the Soviet Union, as well as documents pertaining to the first year of the renewed Latvian state that emerged in...

Lela June Beebe Photograph Album

Photographs of Stanford students on campus and on trips to Watsonville, Santa Cruz, and Campbell. Of note is a photograph of Beebe and other students in the anatomy lab with lab skeletons. Includes one program and several clippings on the...

Leland (Andrea E.) collection

Collection consists of materials from the production of the Andrea E. Leland documentary, The Long Road Home (1993).

Leland Cunningham papers, [ca. 1916-1970].

Correspondence; research data; subject files.

Leland Hickman letters : Los Angeles, Calif., to Stephen Rodefer : TLS, 1983 March 15 and May 23.

Letters from Lee Hickman refer to the first issue of Box car and to Rodefer's submissions. Hickman also makes reference to the difficulties involved with publishing Box car.

Leland House Records

Leland House is one of California’s largest housing facilities for people living with HIV/AIDS. Located in San Francisco, CA, it opened as a residential care facility for the chronically ill in 1997. It was operated by Catholic Charities. In 2021,...

Leland Lazarus papers, 1879-1977 (bulk 1920-1960).

The collection contains documents (originals and copies), photographs, newspaper clippings, and articles relating to Leland Lazarus and his family. The collection also contains scrapbooks with articles and clippings regarding the National Recovery Administration and the Young Democrats.

Leland Stanford Hawkins papers, 1925-1958.

Contains personal and legal correspondence, ephemera of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternitiy including two issues of the Sphinx (April 1927 ; June 1930), prepared legal documents for the establishment of South Berkeley Community Church, stationery of the Peninsula Branc of the...

Leland Stanford Hawkins photograph collection [graphic].

Chiefly unidentified snapshots and portrait photographs of San Francisco Bay Area African American lawyer Leland Stanford Hawkins and his wife Gladys. Also depicted are friends and other family members. Includes a snapshot of boxer Joe Louis, and various greeting cards....

Leland Stanford Jr. University Photograph Album

Small album of Stanford University campus buildings produced by Hyde's Book Store of Palo Alto....

Leland Stanford Junior University [photograph album]

Photographs of campus scenes at Stanford University in its first decade, including views of the Memorial Arch, dormitories, cactus garden, Frenchman's Lake, Lagunita, and the campus foothills. Also includes two views of Mount Hamilton and the beach at Golden Gate...

Leland Stanford letters : Sacramento, Calif., to Wm. P. Jones, San Quentin, Marin County and Sutter Creek, Amador County, Calif. : ALS (negative photocopies), 1860-1863.

Letters regarding Republican state and national conventions, a donation solicited by Governor Stanford from W.E. Brown, and political organizing in Amador County.

Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park Photographic Collection

The Leland Stanford Mansion State Historic Park Photographic Collection contains 948 cataloged images that date from 1868 through 2014. Images depict the property as a residence, an orphanage, and a state park.

Leland Stanford papers, 1862-1882.

Mainly letters as Governor of California. Also a letter to Secretary of War Edwin M. Stanton, asking for award of a contract to William A. Bryan of the Pacific Foundry, San Francisco.

Leland Stanford photograph album

Images in the album are largely of Leland Stanford Jr., from the age of 3 months to 14 years; others include one image of Leland Jr. with Jane Stanford, which has been hand colored, and several images of Leland Stanford...

Leleu (Henri) Papers

This collection comprises materials, covering half a century beginning in the early 1930's through the early 1980's, of Henri Leleu's life. The scope of the materials include personal papers, documents related to gay cultural events, documents related to Leleu's political...

Lellman (Karl V.) photograph of a Vicar of Bray (built 1841; bark, 3m) painting

The Karl V. Lellman photograph of a Vicar of Bray (built 1841; bark, 3m) painting, (SAFR 18445, P82-129) is comprised of a photograph by Karl V. Lellman taken in the late 1920s of a painting of VICAR OF BRAY that...

Leman family memoirs

Relates to economic conditions in Russia, especially Siberia, in the interwar period, and to economic policy of the Vysshii sovet narodnogo khoziaistva.

Leman (J. Howard) reports

Relates to political and economic conditions in Poland.

Lemanczyk (Tadeusz) writings

Relates to communism in Europe. Includes some correspondence.

Lemarchand (Rene) papers

Government reports, ephemeral publications, interviews, correspondence, notes, and printed matter relating to the political development of the Congo, Burundi, and Rwanda.

Lemasson (Henry) Views of Tahiti and Moorea

The album contains 52 collodion photographs of Tahiti and Moorea by Henry Lemasson. Included are coastal views and interior landscapes, views of Papeete's streets and buildings, and photographs of Tahitians.

Lembeck (Harvey) Papers

Harvey Lembeck made his acting debut in the Broadway production of (1948) and went on to establish himself in film, television, and on stage. The collection consists of photographs, clippings, ephemera and a small number of scripts related to his...

Lemel Arnstein eulogies and obituaries, 1867.

Ethical will of Lemel Arnstein; manuscripts; and clippings from various periodicals.

Lemer (Robert) papers

The Robert Lemer papers span the years 1982-1996 (bulk 1986-1993) and encompass 5 linear feet. There are scripts, production material, and location material for more than two-dozen films....

Lemert (Edwin McCarthy) Papers

Professor of Sociology Edwin McCarthy Lemert's correspondence and subject files relating to his research on social issues such as stuttering, check forgery, alcoholism, and juvenile justice.

Lemieux (David) Collection

This collection comprises David Lemieux’s concert taping equipment, used to record more than 40 Grateful Dead concerts, 1989-1991.

Lemkhin (Mikhail) photographs

Portraits of Russian and Slavic cultural figures taken by photographer Mikhail Lemkhin between 1964 and 1992.

Lemkin (Raphael) mimeograph

Regulations of German military governments in various occupied countries in Europe, 1940-1941.

Lemm (Hans) journal

Relates to voyages of the German naval cruiser Emden in the Atlantic and Mediterranean prior to World War II.

Lemmon (Theodore G.) (1855-1932) Collection, ca. 1885-1916

Photographs and negatives. Photos include Taos, Grand Junction Indian School, Keams Canyon, Fort Mojave Indian School, Mesa Verde Cliff Dwellings, and studio portraits.

Lemmon (Theodore G.) Papers

The collection consists primarily of literary works, some signed by Lemmon, some anonymous, and a couple by other people. The writings deal with themes related to Southwest Indians, including Hopis, Navajos, Apaches, and Papagos. There is some correspondence (1906-1925) and...

Lemon (Dean) collection of autographs

Collection consists of a signed photograph of Frank Sinatra, and an envelope with Arthur Godfrey signature from Dean Lemon.

Lemon Grove Chamber of Commerce Records

The (1922-1975) document the operation and activities of the Chamber, with an emphasis on community upkeep and development.  The files consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, financial statements, maps, surveys, committee files, and reports.  The collection is divided into six series: ...

Lemon Grove Congregational Church Records

The collection includes correspondence, minutes of meetings of Trustees and Deacons, financial records, annual reports, records of the Missionary Society, Sunday School, Ladies Aid, Women's Fellowship, Women's Council, Golden Circle, photographs, and miscellany.  The records relate to churches and religious...

Lemon Grove Coordinating Council Records

The collection consists of Council Meeting minutes....

Lemon Grove Fruit Growers Association Records

The Lemon Grove Fruit Growers Association Records documents the organization's financial records from the 1920s and 30s. The majority of the collection is comprised of Board of Directors meetings, amendments to by-laws, and minutes of stockholders meetings. Several of the...

Lemon Grove Historical Society Records

The collection consists of by laws, and records of local history forums held in Lemon Grove in 1978....

Lemon Men's Club Collection

This collection contains photographs, documents, and ephemera related to the history of the citrus industry primarily in Southern California from the late 1890s to the early 1960s. The materials were chiefly collected by members of the Lemon Men's Club.

LeMone (Evelyn) Collection

This collection is from Evelyn LeMone, director of the LeMone School of Interpretive Ballet. There are dance magazines, clippings from the Los Angeles area newspapers, and performance programs from the fifth and sixth Pacific Regional Ballet Festival, the Pasadena Junior...

Lemos (Pedro Joseph) Letter to David Jacobson

Letter (signed Pedro de Lemos) pertains to the proposed donation of a painting to the Stanford Museum, a suggestion that the Museum collect the work of early California artists, and the efforts of Lemos and his wife in sponsoring California...

Lemus Photograph Collection

Photograph copy prints of some of the residents of Simons Brick Company in Montebello, California, including group portraits of the musicians. One copy print of a panoramic group portrait of workers at Murphy Ranch in Whittier, California. circa 1919 -...

Lena Torslow Hansen Papers

Lena Torslow Hansen is a Danish ceramic artist and Scandinavian arts advocate. In 1981,the Franciscan Friars of the Serra Retreat commissioned Torslow Hansen to design installations of fire-salvaged Malibu Tile at the Serra Retreat. This collection documents Lena Torslow Hansen's...

Lenczowski (George) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, notes, clippings, and other printed matter relating primarily to Middle Eastern studies in the United States, political and economic conditions in the Middle East, and American foreign policy in the Middle East.

Lending libraries in Berkeley, Calif.

Two books which had been held by private lending libraries, with their stamps.

Lenel (Irmgard) papers

This collection contains the papers of Irmgard Lenel, who was born in Germany in 1901 and who immigrated to the United States in 1937. She was a politically active socialist involved with groups like Women for Legislative Action and the...

Lenglet (Frans B.) papers

Reports, studies, and pamphlets, relating to rural development and education in the Côte d'Ivoire, and especially to the use of educational television there.

Lengyel (Cornel A.) Papers

Cornel Adam Lengyel (1915- ) was a poet, historian, playright and translator. The collection consists of literary manuscripts of plays, poems, fiction, and history.

Lenhardt, Edward J. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains two letters from SSgt. Edward J. Lenhardt, USAAC to John Ladwein during the Second World War. Also included with one of the letters is a black and white photograph of SSgt. Lenhardt.

Lenigk, (Margot Stein) processed

Relates to conditions in Indonesia and Japan during World War II. Includes phonotape cassette of reminiscences.

Lenin (Vladimir Il'ich) miscellaneous speeches and writings

Pamphlet, entitled K Studenchestvu : Zadachi Revoliutsionnoi Molodezhi (1903); leaflet (co-authored with V. Bonch-Bruevich), entitled Usluzhlivyi Liberal; photocopy of the table of contents of Stat'i i Rechi o Srednei Azii Uzbekistane (co-authored with Joseph Stalin, 1940); and recordings of speeches,...

Lenney, Fred L. Jr. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence and other materials concerning Cpl. Fred Lycett Lenney Jr., USAAF during the Second World War.

Lenny (Henry) drawings

The Henry Lenny drawings span 6 linear feet and date from circa 1982. The collection consists of two elevation drawings, one a drawing of a building on the 1100 block of State Street (Santa Barbara, Calif.), and the other an...

Lenoir (Henri)

The Henri Lenoir papers consist of personal correspondence, business correspondence and materials related to the management of Vesuvio Cafe and Lenoir's promotion and sale of art by the bohemian set he worked with in San Francisco. Also included are biographical...

Lenoir (Henri) Pictorial Collection

Includes snapshot photographs of Henri Lenoir, his friends, associates and customers, many taken in the restaurants, bars and other establishments owned and/or frequented by Lenoir in San Francisco’s North Beach district. Among the individuals depicted are Vern Wiman, Frank Koci,...

LeNoir, William A. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence written by SSgt. William A. LeNoir, USAAC to his girlfriend, Ada Ketterlinus, during the Second World War. LeNoir worked behind the lines in the USAAC and spent time in England and France.

Lenore Glen Offord papers, 1938-1942.

Typescripts of two of Offord's novels, Murder on Russian Hill (published by Macrae-Smith Company, 1938) and Clues to Burn (published by Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1942). Murder on Russian Hill is bound and contains corrections and additions in the author's...

Lenore Kandel papers, 1953-2010.

Contains correspondence, poetry, publications, interviews, clippings, drafts, etc. concerning the career and works of Lenore Kandel. A portion of the material is related to her groundbreaking book of poetry, The Love Book, including galley proofs and the corresponding publicity around...

[Lenore Woolams photograph collection].

Chiefly portraits and snapshots of Lenore Woolams; also portraits of Lenore's parents, singer Elsa Cellarius and financier Leonard Woolams; photographs of various pieces of Woolams' ecclesiastical sculpture installed or exhibited at Grace Cathedral (San Francisco), St. Sebastian's Catholic Church (Greenbrae)...

Lens (Sidney) Photograph Collection

Sidney Lens was born in 1912 in New Jersey to Charles and Sophie Okun, Russian Jewish immigrants who came to the United States in 1907. His birth name was Sidney Okun. Lens married Shirley Ruben, a Chicago public school teacher,...

The Lens, the newsletter of the American Association of Social Workers, Los Angeles Chapter

This small collection contains 19 issues (an incomplete run) of "The Lens", the newsletter of the Los Angeles Chapter of the American Association of Social Workers. The newsletters contain general information of interest to the chapter's members, including profiles of...

L'Enseignement de l'Universite du College de France et des colleges a Paris

Collection consists of printed and manuscript materials on the teaching of philosophy in France, bound in four old leather volumes....

Lenski (Lois P.) Papers

Manuscripts of her writings for children, galleys, original illustrations along with photographs and background material; miscellaneous articles by and about her.

Lenski (Lois) San Francisco Boy Papers

The collection contains the original artwork, page proofs, and book dummy for the children's book written and illustrated by Lois Lenski. Published in 1955 by J.B. Lippincott, is a work of historical fiction geared towards middle grade readers depicting the...

Lenz (Caroline Van Der Leck) Memoir

Caroline Van Der Leck Lenz was born 1858 February 10 in Los Angeles, California. She was the daughter of Lorenz van der Leck and Caroline Ginger. This collection consists of a 34-page manuscript, typed and edited by Lenz's daughter, Louise...

Lenz (Friedrich) typescript

Relates to the career of the German statesman Walther Rathenau.

Lenz (Lee W.) amate collection

The collection contains Mexican amate paper crafts, objects associated with the manufacturing of amate paper, other traditional Mexican handicrafts, and reference materials on papermaking. The collection was assembled by Lee W. Lenz, former director of California Botanic Garden.

Lenzen, Victor Fritz Photographs from the Victor Lenzen papers.

Includes many portraits and group portraits, and materials for Lenzen's research on Charles S. Peirce.

Lenzen (Victor) Papers

Letters written to Lenzen and copies of letters by him; Mss. of books, papers, articles, speeches, lectures and problem sets; research notes on the figure of Dionysos on textiles and the lives and careers of Charles S. and Benjamin Peirce;...

Leo B. Hart Papers

This collection contains photographs of the Sunset School and Sunset Labor Camp during the Great Depression. The photos were taken by Leo. B. Hart. The collection also contains newsletters of the Kern County Superintendent of Schools.

Leo Braudy papers

Typescripts and galleys of Dr. Braudy's early monographs "Narrative form in history and fiction: Hume, Fielding & Gibbon" (1970), "Focus on Shoot the piano player" (1972), and "The world in a frame: what we see in films" (1976). Copies of...

Leo Breiman papers, approximately 1960-2005.

Collection consists of some professional papers created during the course of Breiman's career in statistics. The bulk of the collection is personal writings.

Leo Hetzel Photograph Collection

This collection contains a total of 6,229 photographs that cover everyday life in the Imperial Valley from 1913 to 1949 by portrait photographer Leo Hetzel. Photographs in this collection show images including but not limited to: farmers at work in...

[Leo Holub photographs of Imogen Cunningham, Phoebe Hearst Brown and James Tong Lee].

3 photographs of Imogen Cunningham and 1 portrait of architect Phoebe Hearst Brown and her chef James Tong Lee. Also includes books and ephemera llustrated by Holub's photography (PIC folder 2): The art of the Japanese garden (Tatsuo Ishimito); Leo...

Leo L. Stanley papers, 1923-1968.

Contains diaries including time spent on cruise ships, accounts of annual meetings and history for the Northern Association of Industrial and Railway Surgeons, medical journal articles by Stanley on his time as a prison doctor and the manuscript for "Dolores...

Leo Lesquereux letters to Henry N. Bolander.

Bound volume comprising 58 letters concerning mosses and other plants in California written to Henry N. Bolander by Leo Lesquereux.

Leo Limon oral history, 2006

Transcript: Yes - fact checking copy in box; earlier versions in files copied from office computer. Related materials: Some research/background materials.

Leo Szilard essay : typescript (carbon), 1947 Mar. 7.

Discusses United States and Russian [U.S.S.R] foreign policy in regards of the atomic bomb from the view point of an atomic scientist. Includes a newspaper clipping.

Leo (Ulrich) Papers

The Ulrich Leo papers contain correspondence and papers relating primarily to his career as a professor of Romance literature, mainly at the University of Toronto. Although his scholarly interests were wide, Leo's particular field was the literature of Italy: the...

Leon A. Goldschlak Gilbert & Sullivan collection, 1890-1990.

Collection of materials related to the carrers of opera composers Gilbert & Sullivan.

Leon Deming Tilton papers, 1925-1948.

Papers concerning his career as planning consultant in California.

Leon Eli collection of witness statements relating to People's Park and general unrest in Berkeley, California, 1969.

Witness statements taken during May and June of 1969, concerning arrests and other police actions occurring during the general unrest in Berkeley related to People's Park. Includes witness list, with indication of their willingness to testify in court, and People's...

Leon H. Nishkian papers concerning the Reber Plan, 1942-1981 (inclusive), 1942-1963 (bulk).

Outgoing letters written primarily by Leon H. Nishkian and his son Byron L. Nishkian, consulting engineers. Correspondents include Sheridan Downey, Frank R. Havener, John Reber, Casper W. Weinberger, and Richard J. Welch. Engineering reports, calculations, and other papers were written...

Leon J. Ladner collection relating to the Ladner family, circa 1852-1897.

Includes reproductions of: a letter from W. H. Ladner to his sister Mrs. Hugh Phillips dated Jul 21, 1852; typescript of article from the 'Victoria Colonist' Feb 20, 1897 titled 'An Argonaut at Rest: William Booth, Pioneer of California and...

Leon J. Pinkson automobile photographs and miscellany, 1878-1967.

Photographs and ephemera relating to Leon J. Pinkson and automobile travel in California. The photos include views of the 1912 automobile excursion to the Yosemite Valley, and the 1913 Indiana Automobile Manufacturers Association tour from Indiana to the Pacific.

Leon Spiro papers, 1962-1972.

Correspondence, mostly as editor of the S-B Gazette (1962-1972); some biographical materials; drafts and published versions of poems, articles, and editorials by Spiro; diaries (1967-1968); copies of alternative poetry booklets and publications from the 1960s; poetry flyers and broadsheets from...

Leon Spiro papers, approximately 1915-1980 (bulk 1968-1976).

The collection contains numerous publications including poems, articles, and "letters to the editor" written by Leon Spiro. It also includes his correspondence, featuring acknowledgments, as well as some letters between Spiro and Julian Michel, an assistant university librarian at the...

Leon Trotsky collection

Writings and correspondence of the Russian revolutionary leader Leon Trotsky, including drafts of articles and books, correspondence with John G. Wright and other leaders of the Socialist Workers Party of the United States, and typed copies of correspondence with V....

Leon Weinstein collection

The collection contains a reproduction of Leon Weinstein's false identity documents, as well as membership cards of the Committee of Polish Jews from Breslau and the Society of Zionist Democrates.

Leon Wilson papers, approximately 1871-1980.

Collection comprises correspondence (1924-1980; correspondents include Leon Wilson's parents, his sister Charis Wilson, Zilpha Riley, Kay Gaston, and others); a file documenting Leon Wilson's prosecution and imprisonment for draft evasion (1943-1946), photographs (including Harry Leon Wilson (including portraits of him...

Leona Redus Sansom scrapbook, circa 1989-2001.

Contains announcements of reading, publications with poems, certificates of appreciation, photographs of Sansom and a short biography.

Leonard (Alfred) and Leonard (Joseph) Collection

This collection documents the musical activities and compositions of the brothers Alfred and Joseph Leonard.

Leonard Bernard Loeb papers : additions, 1928-1977.

Correspondence, speeches, reports, writings, and publications concerning his interests and activities in physics, the University of California, Berkeley, and professional organizations in the United States and elsewhere.

Leonard (Burrel) Photographs and Fruit Labels

Photographs and fruit labels from the John and Burrel Leonard families, documenting the history of one of Cupertino's ranching families from the 1850s to their management of a prominent canning operation in the early 20th century, and later development of...

Leonard Davis Collection

Nine Scrapbooks were created by Leonard Davis pertaining to various historical topics for Roseville which include the following: early pioneers, industry, Government, Depression, War, Railroad, Social and Cultural activities plus numerous other topics. This collection depicts the history of the...

Leonard F. Starks Collection, 1916-1923

Blueprints, correspondence and notes, plans

Leonard Franklin Fuller papers, [ca. 1915-1958]

Includes Federal Telegraph Co. miscellany, drafts of speeches, newspaper clippings, materials re the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the de Forest/Armstrong patent litagation.

Leonard (Gary) Photograph Collection

Original photograph prints, primarily covering the people and surroundings of Los Angeles, California. Also digital images relating to the Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project.

Leonard Gilcrease papers, circa 1936-1947.

Includes correspondence, drawings, resports, and photographs that document Gilcrease's career as an inventor. Also included are musical compositions by Gilcrease and glass slides of a chicken farm in Petaluma, California.

Leonard (Harold) motion picture research files

Harold Leonard was a critic and film historian. The collection consists of Leonard's research files dealing mainly with critical and historical aspects of motion pictures.

Leonard (Herbert) papers

Throughout his career, producer Herbert Leonard was involved with hundreds of television and motion picture projects. The collection consists of television and motion picture scripts, production material, correspondence, budgets, contracts, and business records.

Leonard J. Duhl papers, circa 1952-1996.

This collection contains materials related to the professional career of Leonard J. Duhl, Professor of Health Policy and Administration at the University of California Berkeley. The collection spans Duhl's 40-year career in government and academia, and includes materials related to...

Leonard (Jack) popular music arrangements collection

Collection consists of scores or parts of arrangements by Jack Leonard and Deane Kincaide for the Kate Smith show....

Leonard (John Paul) papers

Speeches and writings, reports, memoranda, manuals, textbooks, and other printed matter, relating to American educational assistance to India, Lebanon, and Latin America.

Leonard Joseph Rehm Photograph Album

Images are primarily of athletic events including rugby games, track meets, and crew teams; other subjects include the Bonfire, Ray Lyman Wilbur and David Starr Jordan, and the Frosh-Soph tie-up. Album also includes tickets, programs, and a copy of "Thumbs...

Leonard (Judith) Photographs

This collection contains photographic snapshots and negatives from the following events: the West Coast Women’s Music Festival (1985-1988); the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival (1977); Long Beach, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose and Santa Cruz Gay Pride (1986-1994); and the...

Leonard (Karen) files on equity issues for women in higher education

This collection contains files accumulated by Karen Leonard, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine, documenting equity issues for women in higher education in California and their cases, actions, and organizations. The material was...

Leonard (Norman) and William H. Carder Collection

Mr. Leonard served as counsel for the International Longshore and Warehouse Union through several phases of labor disagreements including such issues as civil rights, racial discrimination, hiring and registration disputes, and management's unfair labor practices. The files of Leonard and...

Leonard (Norman) Papers

The files of Norman Leonard consist of legal cases brought to court by the law firm on behalf of its clients. For many years he represented the International Longshoreman's and Warehousemen's Union (ILWU) and other Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO)...

Leonard (Robert W.) Papers

Robert Walton Leonard (1910- ) joined the Department of Physics faculty at UCLA in 1941. He taught and researched the physics of acoustics, and his particular interests were in the mechanics of wave motion and the propagation of sound in...

Leonard Roy Frank papers, approximately 1975-2014.

Contains subject files on psychiatry and psychiatrists; Frank's correspondence, writings, talks, and interviews.

Leonard Wolf papers, 1967-1970.

Manuscripts in progress, with Wolf's notes, as well as some galley proofs; correspondence; interviews; and final manuscripts for "Voices from the Love Generation" (which consists of interviews with residents of San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury neighborhood and which was published by Little...

Leonard Woolf note, 1951 April 10

One note (TNS from Woolf, as editor of The Political Quarterly, to [Jacob Peter] Mayer, asking him to review a book. Sussex [England], 10 Apr. 1951. Laid in: F. A. Hayek, John Stuart Mill and Harriet Taylor: Their Correspondence and...

Leonarde Keeler photograph collection [graphic].

Chiefly hiking and camping scenes in the Sierra Nevada mountains, some with Sierra Club groups. Also present are boyhood photographs, family photos, etc.: v.1: Sierra Trip, 1920. (Sierra Club) -- v.2: Sierra trip -- v.3: Family photos, including portraits of...

Leonelli (Elisa) Photographs and Essays Collection

The collection contains 35mm photographic travel slides and international fashion magazine clippings by photo-journalist Elisa Leonelli. The slides cover a wide range of subjects and geographic locations, including extensive coverage of the Los Angeles 1984 Olympics. The fashion magazines are...

Leong (Gilbert, Florence, and Leslee See) Collection

Documents, correspondence, photographs, clippings, and other materials related to the Leong and See families, prominent members of the Los Angeles Chinese community and early business owners in Los Angeles Chinatown. Collection includes items related to individual Leong and See family...

Leong (James) papers

The papers of abstract expressionist painter James Leong include correspondence, photographs, artwork, and other doucmentation of a working artist.

Leong (Thomas) Papers

Thomas Leong (1920-circa 1975) was a chemist, distiller, and winemaker.

Leonhardt (Elmer) Personal Photo Collection

Elmer Leonhardt was an early Airmail Pilot.

Leoni (Dennis E.) Resurrection Blvd. Papers

Dennis E. Leoni is the creator and producer of , a dramatic television series that ran on Showtime for three seasons from 2000-2002. This collection consists of scripts, production books, schedules and call sheets, memos, correspondence, resumes, head shots, art...

Leoni (Edgar H.) papers

The collection consists of correspondence, writings, drafts, copies, research files, diaries, photographs, and miscellaneous ephemera, of Edgar H. Leoni, author under his real name of (1961), and under his pseudonym of Noel I. Garde of (1964).

Leonidas B. Benchley petition, affidavit, and despatch : ADS, 1868.

To [Henry Huntley Haight], Governor of California: petition asking military assistance to quell mob violence in Lake County, and affidavit, sworn in San Francisco, concerning destruction of property of Clear Lake Water Works Company, 1868, November 16. Includes a copy...

Leonidas Polk engraved portrait, circa early 1860s

Engraved portrait, [ca. early 1860s].

[Leonides Andreu Almazán photograph album].

Photographs chiefly depict scenes of a large demonstration held in Puebla, Mexico on December 27, 1931. Banners appearing in images contain text protesting against the Leonides Almazán administration's unfair treatment of Puebla's campesinos, and calling for land reform. One image...

Leonis-Malburg City of Vernon records

The Leonis-Malburg City of Vernon records document John B. Leonis'--along with Leonis' grandson, Leonis Malburg's--businesses and stewardship of Vernon from its founding in 1905 until the turn of the 21st century.

Leonis-Malburg City of Vernon records

John B. Leonis was the City of Vernon's founding father and led the city through his position as mayor and as president of First National Bank of Vernon. Leonis also owned significant land holdings in the area. The Leonis-Malburg City...

Leonora Levy Oberndorfer scrapbooks, ca. 1880-1900.

Newspaper and magazine clippings--poetry, news, short stories, and other items of special interest to the author.

Leopard (ship) bill of lading

Leopard (ship) bill of lading (SAFR 18866, HDC 518) is for merchandise bound for San Francisco, California from Boston, Massachusetts. The bill is dated November 30, 1849. Master was Captain Pike. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

Leopold (A. Starker) papers

The papers of Aldo Starker Leopold (1913-1983), a University of California, Berkeley wildlife biologist who made substantial contributions in the fields of ornithology, wildlife management and conservation, and public policy.

[Leopold Ettlinger collection of Victorian postcards, greeting cards and print ephemera].

Illustrated Victorian-era postcards, holiday cards, birth announcements, and other greeting cards. Some illustrations are humorous. Includes a few Tuck's postcards.

Leopold Hugo Postcard Collection

The La Jolla Historical Society's Leopold Hugo Postcard Collection consists of 78 real photo postcards. All are printed on Cyko stock. Images include scenes from La Jolla’s coastline and street scenes. It is believed that the images were taken between...

Leopold III, der Konig im Banne des Schicksals: sein Liebesroman und Leidensweg typescript

Relates to King Léopold III of Belgium. Incomplete. Includes a clipping.

Leopold Lerner papers, 1948-1971.

Collection consists of files of materials documenting Leopold Lerner's involvement with the following organizations: the Dropsie College for Hebrew and Cognate Learning (now the Center for Advanced Judaic Studies); the American Jewish League for Israel; the Zionist Organization of America;...

Leopold (Luna B.) papers

Collection of publications, miscellaneous rainfall and streamflow data, raw data for discharge measurements and channel dimensions for Pacific Slope basins in California, and term papers from landscape architecturer and geology courses at UC Riverside.

Leopold (Werner F.) Costa Rica Photograph Collection

Collection consists of postcards, photographs, and photograph albums related to life in Costa Rica collected by Werner F. Leopold. The bulk of the collection documents social life and customs in Costa Rica and includesurban, rural, and nature scenes. Also includes...

Lépecq de la Cloture (Louis) letters, reports and financial agreements

Collection consists of 10 holograph documents (letters, reports and financial agreements) concerning the writing of Lépecq de la Cloture's 2 v. book (Collection d'observations sur les maladies et constitution épidémiques. De l'Imprimerie privilégiée; et se trouve a Paris: Chez Didot...

Lepera, Ernest O. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains thank you correspondence to Capt. Ernest O. Lepera, USA, and the Catholic Welfare Organization from victims of the Japanese Army in Manila, Philippines during the Second World War.

Leppman (Ruth A.) Papers

This collection contains letters between Kiyoko Oda and Ruth A. Leppman and cover Kiyoko’s time at Gila River, her return to Japan in 1943, and her process of returning to the United States that began in 1951. The collection also...

Leprette (Jacques) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, notes, memoranda, reports, conference and meeting materials, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to French foreign relations; French participation in the European Economic Community, European Union and other European organizations; French participation in the United Nations...

Lerner (Arthur) collection on Poetry Therapy

This collection contains publications pertaining to poetry therapy collected by Arthur Lerner, as well as a small amount of his correspondence. Lerner was one of the pioneers of the use of poetry therapy techniques as a form of psychological therapy.

Lerner (Arthur) Papers

Arthur Lerner (1915- ) was a poet and professor of psychology at California State University, Los Angeles. The collection consists of manuscripts and proofs of the book (1978), edited by Dr. Arthur Lerner.

Lerner (Daniel) collection

Reports, correspondence, pamphlets, leaflets, and radio transcripts relating to Allied propaganda in Europe during World War II, analysis of German propaganda, evaluation of wartime German morale, and German public opinion during the post-war Allied occupation. Includes reports of interrogations of...

Lerner (Eugene). Josephine Baker collection

African American Paris stage performer noted for her comic, yet sensual, dance routines. While she took Europe by storm, racism in her native United States prevented her from being wholly accepted until 1973, just two years before her death. The...

Lerner (Irving) papers

This collection consists of the papers of American filmmaker Irving Lerner (1909-1976). Materials include scripts and contracts for films he worked on. Lerner worked on both fiction and documentary films.

Lerner (Irving) Papers

Collection consists of material related to the career of documentary film director and producer Irving Lerner. Includes scripts and treatments, production material, correspondence, clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks. Contains material related to the motion pictures, Studs Lonigan (1960) and The Royal...

Leroy C. Nimmo writings, 1943.

Two manuscripts, "Trees of California" and "Valley of Death," with related letters addressed to J. Mason Hotchkiss. The first manuscript presents brief descriptions of several trees, illustrated with photographs (24 leaves). The second describes his trip to Death Valley in...

Leroy Criss Digital Only Image Collection

Leroy Criss was an African American pilot and original member of the Tuskegee Airmen.

[Leroy Howard photos of buildings under construction on the University of California, Berkeley campus].

19 silver gelatin prints and 6 color digital prints documenting construction of Memorial Coliseum (renovation), Energy Biosciences Building (formerly the Helios Energy Research Facility, and captioned by photographer as D.O.E.) and Li Ka Shing center. Prints signed, captioned and dated...

[Leroy Marcus Glodell photograph album of Escobar Rebellion in Mexico, and other photographs].

Photograph album chronicling the Escobar Rebellion in Mexico, 1929, chiefly the front line activities of government forces led by General Juan Andréu Almazán in Jiménez, Reforma and elsewhere. Also includes a few views taken in 1920 of reconstruction of a...

LeRoy (Mervyn) papers

The Mervyn LeRoy papers span the years circa 1930s-1980s and encompass approximately 7.6 linear feet. The collection contains production files and scripts, correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, and photographs. The photograph series consists of prints, albums, and negatives of production and biography...

LeRoy Motion Picture Patents Collection, 1861-1936

Research materials of Jean A. LeRoy, of patents pertaining to the development of motion pictures.

Lert (Richard) papers

This collection consists of Richard Lert's video and audio recordings of performances, rehearsals and lectures, personal papers and his music score library. Lert was born in Vienna and trained as an orchestral conductor in Germany. He moved to the United...

Lert (Ruth C.) Dance Library and Archive

The Ruth Clark Lert Archive is a multimedia collection which documents dance history in the twentieth century, primarily in the United States. Formats in the collection include: audio recordings, video recordings, clippings, printed items, stamps, photographs, posters, catalogues, broadsides, teaching...

Les Devoirs d'une Soeur de L'hôpital manuscript codex

Collection consists of a set of rules, written in cursive by a single hand for the conduct of a charity hospital, run by a community of nuns. The manuscript includes chapters entitled "De la Prudence, De l'application, De l'amour du...

Les Nickelettes Photographs and Papers

Les Nickelettes were an all-female experimental comedy troupe active from 1972 to 1985 in the San Francisco Bay Area. This collection contains playbills, flyers, newsletters, newspaper and magazine clippings, and photographs.

L.E.S. Papers

A collection of memoranda, correspondence, research analysis and other papers related to the Latino Eligibility Study.To Facilitate the use of all types of web browsers, accents have been omitted.Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in...

Les Russes aux Iles Hawaii, 1809-1822.

Transcripts in Russian, English, and French, mainly by Alphonse Pinart, of documents supposedly in Russian archives, titled by Pinart. Summaries of two letters by Leontii Hagemeister, 1809, describing the Hawaiian Islands and making recommendations as to Russian occupation; fuller reports...

Lesbian Agenda for Action Records

The LAFA records (.75 linear feet) document the many activities of this important organization from its founding in 1987 to 1991. The records are divided into four series; administrative, conferences, outreach/publicity, and miscellaneous....

Lesbian and Gay Academic Union records

Correspondence, meeting minutes, manuscripts, publicity material, notes, financial records, photographs, membership records, conference administrative records, grant applications, bylaws, articles of incorporation, and other records documenting activities of the Lesbian and Gay Academic Union (LGAU), 1973 to 1987. Founded in 1973...

Lesbian and Gay Aging Issues Network Records

The Lesbian and Gay Aging Issues Network (LGAIN) was the LGBT interest group of the American Society on Aging (ASA), a San Francisco-based national membership association for professionals in the field of aging. The collection contains administrative records; board materials;...

Lesbian and Gay Chorus of San Francisco Ephemera

This collection contains ephemera produced by the Lesbian and Gay Chorus of San Francisco. Materials include 35mm slides of concert programs, as well as flyers and posters advertising chorus events.

Lesbian and Gay Chorus of San Francisco Scrapbooks

This collection contains six scrapbooks of materials relating to the Lesbian and Gay Chorus of San Francisco. The scrapbooks include photographs, programs, flyers, chorus notes, buttons, ticket stubs, and other ephemera.

Lesbian and Gay Insurrection ephemera, 1987-2014.

Contains mostly reprints of articles originally published from 1987 to 2013 in Ultra Violet, the free newsletter of the Lesbian and Gay Insurrection. Also contains a small amount of miscellany related to their radical queer political perspective on various issues,...

Lesbian and Gay Lawyers Association of Los Angeles records

Materials relating to the activities of the Lesbian and Gay Lawyers Association of Los Angeles from 1989 to 2011, with the bulk of materials pertaining to the 1990s. The materials include board meeting minutes, correspondence, news clippings, publicity, information regarding...

Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County Collection

This collection contains material from the Lesbian Archives of Sonoma County, documenting the organization’s community activities from 1975-1995. The collection includes documents, CDs, flyers, posters, t-shirts, artwork, photographs, and oral histories. There is a subset within the collection that is...

Lesbian Avengers (San Francisco Chapter) Records

The papers (1 linear foot) document the group from its founding in 1993 through mid-1997. The Records are composed of 3 series (internal records, literature, and photographs), and are organized chronologically within each series....

Lesbian Catholics Together records

The group Lesbian Catholics Together was concerned with carving out space for discussion and community specifically geared towards Lesbian Catholics. This collection contains liturgical materials, bulletins, brochures, and retreat information, all which reflect their mission.

Lesbian Feminist Publications Collection

The Lesbian Feminist Publications Collection consists of a variety of lesbian feminist publications, including periodicals, anthologies, bibliographies, fiction and non-fiction books, poetry, bookstore bookmarks, event pamphlets, games, and a VHS tape.

Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Awareness Program records

Collection consists largely of the evaluation forms completed by students at Bay Area high schools and colleges following a presentation; other records include training manuals, speakers’ resources, and clippings.

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center. Administrative files.

Record Series 789 contains UCLA-generated materials on UCLA LGBTQ issues, events, and organizations, including those generated by students, staff, faculty and alumni. Materials include: photographs, memorabilia and other materials compiled by the Center; an LGBTQ periodicals collection; and correspondence, curricular...

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center records (University of California, Irvine)

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center is dedicated to providing a safe and welcoming environment for UCI's diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, and ally communities. The Resource Center opened in the Spring in 1995. Included...

Lesbian Legacy Collection subject files

Clippings, catalogs, organizational records, flyers, pamphlets, correspondence, manuscripts, press material, posters and other printed material make up the Lesbian Legacy Collection Subject Files, begun in 1996 by lesbian feminist activist and librarian, Yolanda Retter, at the ONE Institute / International...

Lesbian Love records

B. Love was a radio personality who hosted shows on the listener-sponsored radio station KPFK, based out of North Hollywood, California. The content of the programs was based on lesbian lives and ranged from issues of spirituality to call-in shows...

Lesbian Nurses of Los Angeles records

The Lesbian Nurses of Los Angeles (LNLA) was formed in 1985 as a consciousness-raising group for registered nurses (RNs) who commonly shared one thing: "being a woman, being a feminist, and being a lesbian." The LNLA Records hold organizational documents,...

Lesbian Polyamory Reader Records

Materials include rough drafts and correspondence used to produce the book Lesbian Polyamory Reader, including essays that were not included in the final publication.

Lesbian Schoolworkers records

With a commitment to "fighting racism, sexism, class and oppression within our own movement and this society," the Lesbian Schoolworkers organized in 1977 to defeat the Briggs Initiatives. Their records consist of an organizational history, principles of unity and structure,...

Lesbian Schoolworkers Slideshow

This collection consists of the slides, transcript and instructions from a slideshow, "Don't Let It Happen Here," which was developed for the campaign against Proposition 6, the Briggs Initiative. The slideshow takes an anti-racist, progressive political position and links gay...

Lesbian Visibility Week records

Lesbian Visibility Week is a week-long event devoted to raising awareness of lesbian issues and identities, and raising and celebrating the profile of the lesbian community. It is a combination of cultural programming, workshops addressing current and impending needs, awards...

Lesbian/Gay Advisory Committee to the San Francisco Human Rights Commission Records

The bulk of the collection consists of agendas, minutes and documentation of issues discussed during meetings of the Lesbian and Gay Advisory Committee to the San Francisco Human Rights Commission, from 1986-1992. The main issues covered within the collection are...

Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee Records

The Lesbian/Gay Freedom Day Committee (L/GFDC) records cover the years 1979 to 1987. The Gay Freedom Day Committee was responsible for organizing and conducting the annual Gay Freedom Day Parade in San Francisco from 1973 to 1980 and the L/GFDC...

Lesbians and Gays of African Descent for Democratic Action Records

This collection contains materials related to Lesbians and Gays of African Descent for Democratic Action (LGADDA), formerly the Black Caucus of the Harvey Milk Lesbian and Gay Democratic Club. LGADDA was founded in early 1992; their goal is to bring...

Lesbians in the Visual Arts Records

Lesbians in the Visual Arts (LVA) was a San Francisco-based multicultural advocacy and networking organization founded in 1990 by activist and photographer Linda “Happy” Hyder to increase the visibility of lesbian artists. The collection includes administrative records; correspondence; materials related...

Lesbians of Achievement Vision and Action Awards Records

This collection includes various materials from the Lesbians of Achievement Vision and Action (LAVA) awards from 1994-2000. Led by members of the Bay Area Career Women (BACW), LAVA celebrated and recognized women that contributed in the advancement and understanding of...

L'Escaille (Mademoiselle de) letters

Letters from individuals connected closely with the Russian Imperial family, relating to personal matters in the lives of the Russian Imperial family. Includes translations of some letters.

Leschander (Walter L.) collection

Writings, diary, correspondence, photographs, maps, clippings, and pamphlets, relating to espionage, military intelligence, prisoners of war, and escape techniques, primarily during World War II.

Lesemann (Maurice) Papers

The Maurice Lesemann papers are composed primarily of letters from the poet-novelist Elizabeth Madox Roberts, letters from the poet-critic Yvor Winters, a letter from Janet Lewis, and poems by Winters and Roberts. The correspondence takes place between 1919 and 1933,...

Leslau (Wolf) papers

Wolf Leslau (1906- ) was a professor of Hebrew and Semitic linguistics at UCLA (1955-76) and the author of many books. The collection consists of a manuscript with holographic corrections and research materials relating to Leslau's (1973) and materials relating...

Lesley Byrd Simpson letters to his brother Edward, 1942-1970.

Lesley Byrd Simpson letters to his brother Edward, BANC MSS 86/114 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Lesley Byrd Simpson papers, 1931-1984.

Comprises Simpson's research notes and photostatic copies of documents relating to the history of colonial Mexico and Guatemala.

Leslie (Alan & Fannie) Collection

Collection of wine labels from U.S., Europe, Eastern Europe, and Middle East.

Leslie E. Robertson collection on the World Trade Center, approximately 1965-2002.

Primarily structural engineering drawings for the construction of the New York World Trade Center Twin Towers. Small quantities of correspondence; wind and noise reports; publications, photographs and videos on the basement bombing of 1993 and the September 11, 2001 terrorist...

Leslie, Frank Letters to Mrs. A.B. Games, 1910-1914.

Seven letters are included. Some of them contain references to Joaquin Miller.

Leslie (Jacques) Deep Water manuscripts

The collection consists of source material and notes for journalist Jacques Leslie's book . Included are articles and books used in preparation for the work, correspondence, pamphlets, CDs, research journals, reports/data, speeches, and maps on the topics of water. This...

Leslie Mandelson Freudenheim and Elizabeth Sussman collection of research material for "Building with Nature" books, (approximately 1970-2005).

Collection contains research notes, photocopies of articles, and correspondence related to architects and architectural styles that influenced San Francisco Bay Area housing design. The files are arranged in alphabetical order. Collection also contains note cards with research notes and drafts...

Leslie O. Brooks World War I letters, 1917-1919

55 holograph letters, 48 written by Brooks to family in San Francisco -- most to his sister, Lydia; a few to his brother, Theodore, or to his mother. Letters from Aug. 23, 1917 to Jan. 25, 1918 are from Kelly...

Leslie (Richard C.) correspondence

Relates to American merchant marine activities in Pacific, Caribbean and Atlantic waters during World War II. Correspondence mainly with L. C. Leslie, father of R. C. Leslie.

Leslie (Stuart W.) Oral Histories on the Cold War and American Science

Collection contains 51 audiocassettes from interviews with Stanford faculty in physics, electrical engineering, aeronautics and material science, along with scientists and engineers at Bay Area companies, for his book: THE COLD WAR AND AMERICAN SCIENCE: THE MILITARY-INDUSTRIAL-ACADEMIC COMPLEX AT MIT...

Leslie Thomson / Russia photograph album, circa 1902-1907

Includes images of Baku oilfields and earthquake of 1907.

Leslie (Tim) Papers

Tim Leslie, Republican, served in the California Legislature from 1987 to 2006. The Tim Leslie Papers consist of 30.5 cubic feet of textual records and audio/visual materials and cover the years 1986-2006.

Leslie Wozniak collection on Vanguard Public Foundation, 1997-2012.

Leslie Wozniak collection on Vanguard Public Foundation, BANC MSS 2019/120, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Lesotho subject collection

Electronic bulletins, serial issues, pamphlets, speeches, press releases, reports, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Lesotho.

Lesperance (Leo B.) Papers

Leo Benjamin Lesperance served as President of the Associated Chambers of Commerce of the San Fernando Valley, and was engaged in real estate development. The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, clippings, plot maps, broadsides, promotional literature, and related printed material...

Lessa (William A.) papers

William Armand Lessa (1908-1997) was assigned to the postwar allied administration of Italy as a military government official administering towns and other population units. In 1947, he joined the UCLA Anthropology Department. He investigated comparative religion, myth and ritual, while...

Lesser (Henry) Collection, 1928-1994

The (1928-1994) consists of Lesser’s personal papers as well as those of Joel Goodman, Lesser’s friend and a graduate of San Diego State’s criminal justice master’s degree program....

Lesser (Julian) papers

The Julian Lesser papers span the years 1952-1962 and encompass 5 linear feet. The collection includes correspondence, scripts, clippings, and publicity material for the television programs I SEARCH FOR ADVENTURE and BOLD JOURNEY....

Lesser (May H.) papers

This collection consists of May H. Lesser's unpublished manuscript, including illustrations, for The Art of Caring, her chronical of the experiences of new physicians at the LAC+USC Medical Center in the 1970s.

Lesser (Sol) papers

This collection contains scripts, clippings, pamphlets, contracts, photographs, and other materials from to the career of producer, theater owner, and an instructor of film studies, Sol Lesser, ranging from 1917 to 1976.

Lessing (Erich) Hungarian Revolution photographs

Photographs created by Austrian photographer Erich Lessing, documenting the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. The photographs were printed in 2006 for an exhibition held at USC Libraries' Doheny Memorial Library commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution.

Lessing (Erich) photographs

Depicts post-World War II scenes in Austria reflecting Cold War themes, and scenes from the Hungarian Revolution.

Lessing (Norman) papers

Norman Lessing's television career started in 1948. The collection primarily documents Lessing's television writing and includes television scripts, outlines, pilots, and story ideas. Additionally, there are motiom picture screenplays, radio scripts, and stage plays.

Lest we forget : typescript, 1930 /

Poem reflecting on the "awful cost in terms of men and means sacrificed in World War I." Includes two letters written to Gordon L. Allenbaugh (June-July 1969) and carbon of letter written by Allenbaugh to Banks requesting a copy of...

"Lest We Forget" leaflet

One leaflet published by The British Empire Union, an anti-socialism political party established in 1915.

Lester A. Johnson Collection, 1918-1961.

Clippings, diary, correspondence, photographs, unemployment booklet, deeds, receipts, greeting cards, promisory notes.

Lester (A.W.) family papers, [1853-ca. 1910].

Papers of Anson W. Lester, his wife, Addie, and members of their family, Nevada City, Calif., pioneers.

Lester E. Dubins papers, 1960-2004.

Includes correspondence, writings, and teaching materials.

Leszcza (Jan) Papers

The collection includes correspondence, literary manuscripts, clippings, and photographs

Letcher Railroad Collection, 1860-1889

Correspondence and documents concerning the Southern Pacific Company and the Northern California operations of the Central Pacific Railroad. Topics include: accidents, brakes, employee problems, engines, engineers, rates pay, and train delays....

Letcher Railroad Collection, 1887-1889

The addenda to the Letcher Railroad Collection consists of business correspondence of the Southern Pacific Company between Dec. 1887 and May 1889. The majority of the letters are addressed to William McKenzie, Asst. Genl. Master Mechanic, Sacramento, and H.J. Small,...

Letchworth Family Photograph Collection

This collection consists of pages of a disbound photograph album containing 32 various-sized snapshots related to travel by the Letchworth Family in Southern California in 1906, as well as one additional loose print of an audience to a 1906 Pasadena...

Letchworth (Josiah) Letters

Summary: Typescript copies of letters written to relatives while on a trip to California and the West. Describes Utah and Mormons; Colorado and mining areas; Nevada; and California, particularly San Francisco and the Bay Area, Los Angeles, and Yosemite....

Letitia (schooner) and C.D. Bryant (bark) sea journal

The Letitia (schooner) and C.D. Bryant (bark) sea journal (SAFR 16490, HDC 211) is a photocopy of a whaling journal kept by a crew member in 1912. The journal begins in the Humboldt Boarding House as the LETITIA left for...

Letofsky (Irv) collection

Pressbooks for motion pictures in which Ronald Reagan appeared as an actor.

Letter, 1895 April 6

One letter (ALS) from Lillie [?] to brother Maurice about personal matters and mutual acquaintances. San Diego, April 6, 1895. Alpha list.

Letter about President McKinley's train from Redlands Junction to Redlands

Letter to J. Dietrich from Southern Pacific Company Master Mechanic containing details of crew and equipment used on U.S. President William McKinley's train from Redlands Junction to Redlands.

Letter and papers of British artists

The collection, assembled by the repository, comprises 1360 items, mostly letters signed by 507 British painters, illustrators, printmakers, draughtsmen, and sculptors. The collection includes circa 40 illustrated letters, as well as sketches, press clippings, manuscripts, and reproductions of art works....

Letter by Millie Alein Lee describing her voyage on the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m)

Letter by Millie Alein Lee describing her voyage on the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) (SAFR 17258, HDC 341) consists of a reproduction of a five-page letter from describing Lee's family (including her children) voyage aboard the C.A. THAYER...

Letter from Elvira Thorndyke

Letter written by prominent women's rights advocate Elivra Thorndyke to her mother in Maine describing Thorndyke's preference for California's culture and climate to her home state. She became the first president of the California Woman Suffrage Society, a founding member...

Letter from Nevada City, 1852.

Letter to "father and Mother" from Nevada City, dated July 6, 1852, which talks about local conditions, particularly regarding farming and lumber. The writer of this letter is unknown since all but the first sheet is missing.

Letter from Nevada City, 1852.

Letter to "father and Mother" from Nevada City, dated July 6, 1852, which talks about local conditions, particularly regarding farming and lumber. The writer of this letter is unknown since all but the first sheet is missing.

Letter from Nome, Alaska, 1929 June 23.

Carbon copy of typewritten letter by Hudson to family members about his trip from Seattle to Nome, Alaska to work for the Hammon Consolidated Gold Fields.

Letter from Placerville, 1854 March 20.

Letter from Placerville, signature indecipherable. Account of sea voyage to Calif., with description of stop in Isle of Gemara (?) and women loading coal on the ship. Talk of agricultural abundance in California and of life at the mines, particularly...

Letter from Placerville, 1854 March 20.

Letter from Placerville, signature indecipherable. Account of sea voyage to Calif., with description of stop in Isle of Gemara (?) and women loading coal on the ship. Talk of agricultural abundance in California and of life at the mines, particularly...

Letter from Will to Ada, 1897.

Letter from a man named Will in Stockton to a woman named Ada dated August 12, 1897. Aside from the events of daily life, the letter mentions the election of William McKinley, talks at length about the Klondike gold fever,...

Letter to Daniel Rolfe, 1863 June 6.

One holograph Civil War era letter written from Havana to Daniel Rolfe of Wall Street, New York. The letter describes market conditions in Havana and high prices to be obtained for goods such as ham, lard, butter, beans, and potatoes.

Letter to his sister, Emma, 1862 December 30.

One holograph letter fragment from an unknown Union army soldier in the New York Infantry, 134th Regiment, Company F, regarding a visit to his cousin, Charlie Rossiter. Letter written from a camp near Falmouth, Virginia.

Letter to Miss E. M. Folsom, 1863 July 15.

Holograph letter from R. H., a Union army soldier, to his sister, Miss E. M. Folsom, written from a camp at Boonsborough, Md. He describes long marches and a bout of illness, and mentions being at Gettysburg.

Letter to Patt, 1876 May 26.

One incomplete holograph letter written in Janesville, Wisconsin by an unknown former Civil War soldier. He describes a campaign with General Philip Sheridan in Virginia, during which he observed two young officers, Wesley Merritt and George Armstrong Custer, in action.

Letters : Applegate, Calif., to Pop : AL, 1894 June 23-July 14.

Three unsigned letters (4 p.) from a son to his father describing his stay in Applegate (Placer County), Calif. Discusses the scenery, climate, and wildlife.

Letters : San Francisco, California, to Harriet E. Kimball, Haverhill, Massachusetts, 1853-1859.

Five handwritten letter from a mother in California to her married daughter back East, three from 1853 (dated March 28, November 25, and December 30) and two from 1859 (date March 19 and 30). The first letter largely concerns the...

Letters about Andrew Lincoln Lyon, 1925 May 1st.

One holograph letter about a meeting with Andrew Lincoln Lyon in Asbury Park, New Jersey during which he mentions General Lyon being a leader in Missouri and saving the border state to the Union, being a descendent of the Lincolns,...

Letters and Autographs of Musicians

Collection consists of letters, memoranda or postcards from Joseph Joachim, Teresa Carreno, Vincent Novello, John Stainer, Charles Gounod, Pietro Mascagni, and anonymous musicians. Also includes autographs on concert programs by Igor Stravinski, Samuel Dushkin, Walter Gieseking, and Mischa Levitzki.

Letters and papers relating to Alcabalas : Caracas and La Guayra, 1816-1821.

Official correspondence and papers relating to the collection of excise taxes.

Letters and reports of various California missionaries : ms. 1849-1854.

Extracts and copies, from the files of the Home Mission Record.

Letters and Science (College of). Administrative files of Helen Astin.

Record Series 629 contains the administrative files of Helen Astin, Associate Provost of the College of Letters and Science at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Letters and Science (College of). Dean. Administrative files of Paul A. Dodd.

Record Series 624 contains the administrative files of Paul A. Dodd, Dean of UCLA's College of Letters and Science.

Letters and Science (College of). Executive Committee. Minutes of meetings.

Record Series 376 contains the meeting minutes of the Executive Committee, College of Letters and Science. Included are volumes I - XXXI, covering the years of 1929-1984.

Letters and Science (College of). Faculty. Minutes of meetings and committee reports.

Record Series 375 contains six volumes of meeting minutes and committee reports generated by the faculty of UCLA's College of Letters and Science between 1924-1980.

Letters and Science (College of). Provost. Annual reports.

Record Series 492 contains the annual reports of the Provost of UCLA's College of Letters and Science.

Letters and Science (College of). Provost's Office. Administrative files and accreditation records.

Record Series 559 contains administrative files and accreditation records generated by the UCLA College of Letters and Science Provost's Office between 1923-1975.

Letters and Science (College of). Social Sciences Provost. Administrative files.

Record Series 560 contains the administrative files of the Social Sciences Provost at UCLA's College of Letters and Science.

Letters by two Japanese-American schoolgirls from internment centers during World War II, 1942-1943.

Addressed to their former teacher in San Francisco, Esther Pitman. One, Sept. l9, l942, written from Tanforan Center; the other, Aug. 27, l943, from Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyoming.

Letters concerning Hetch Hetchy

Consists chiefly of letters to William Colby regarding his work as secretary of the Sierra Club, mostly concerning actions to prevent the flooding of the Hetch Hetchy Valley by the city of San Francisco. Includes some letters addressed to other...

Letters concerning the estate of John H. Pillsbury, 1854-1858.

Letters from C.E. Williams and R.T. Miller, Judges, Probate Court, Trinity County, California, to the family of John H. Pillsbury.

Letters from an American missionary in China

This collection contains correspondence dated between 1924 and 1927, mostly written by Cora Gilliland, an American Missionary in China, to her friends the Waite family back in the United States.

Letters from Bradford Torrey to Olive Thorne Miller

Bradford Torrey (1843-1912) was an ornithologist and author. This collection contains letters from Mr. Bradford Torrey to Mrs. Olive Thorne Miller from 1889-1907 regarding birds in New England and Santa Barbara.

Letters from California congressmen concerning the passage of the Telepost bill, [1909-1910].

Includes letters from Frank Putnam Flint, Julius Kahn, Duncan E. McKinlay, James McLachlan, George Clement Perkins and Sylvester Clark Smith. Also, one letter from Texas Representative, Walter Robert Smith.

Letters from gold-seekers, 1849-1852.

Two letters by Thomas Forbes (April 1849 at Rio Janeiro and March 1850 at North fork of American River) describe voyage from New York, mining experiences, Sacramento flood, Chinese mining camp, etc. Two letters by M. Brainard (May and Dec....

Letters from James to Joseph concerning the lumber trade in San Francisco, 1869 October 15 and October 31.

Two handwritten letters from a man named James working in the lumber trade in San Francisco, California to his brother Joseph.

Letters from Kim Sang Wook to Kathy Dill

Collection consists of pen pal letters from South Korean college student Kim Sang Wook to American high school student Kathy Dill.

Letters from the Director of the Pacific Coast Shipbuilding School

Letters from the Director of the Pacific Coast Shipbuilding School (SAFR 17179, HDC 284) were written by L.T. Taylor in 1941. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

The letters of Alexander Hill Everett to Louise Smith, "Dame Shirley" : typescript, 1839-1947.

With introduction and editorial comment by Carl I. Wheat. Prepared for publication. (Never published?).

Letters of British architects

An assembled collection of letters written by 34 British architects between 1793 and 1921, most of them from the second half of the 19th century.

Letters of British art patrons, collectors, and dealers

An assembled collection of 66 letters, written by 47 persons between 1821 and 1921. Most letters date to the 19th century. The letters present a view of the 19th century world of art patrons, dealers, and collectors.

Letters of British authors

This collection, assembled by the repository, comprises 150 letters sent by 73 persons between 1770 and 1915 with the bulk sent between the 1840s-1890s. The authors of the letters include British editors, publishers, writers, art critics, politicians, archaeologists, scientists, writers...

Letters of British dignitaries and professionals

The collection, assembled by the repository, comprises 65 letters from 43 correspondents. The senders are well-known people in England, including physicians, politicians, directors of cultural institutions, and members of the peerage and the clergy. The letters cover a wide variety...

Letters of Instructions to Churches in New Mexico and Mexico

This is a bound collection of hand-written letters and instructions for churches in Mexico and New Mexico from 1815-1819. Materials are in Spanish.

Letters of Major Edwin A. Sherman to General Thomas Ketcham

Letters written by Major Edwin A, Sherman, secretary and chairman of the Sloat Monument Association of California, to Thomas Ketcham, the Association's marshall.

Letters of support for Joyce Jenkins : Poetry flash editor : photocopies, 1988.

Concerns the popularity and usefulness of the free publication "Poetry flash," and its editor Joyce Jenkins.

Letters on illustrated letterheads from California businesses : typescript and manuscript, 1869-1917, (bulk 1880s- 1890s)

Chiefly color illustrated letterheads from California wine industry businesses. Letters from San Francisco based businesses include B. Dreyfus & Co., California Wine Association, E.G. Lyons & Raas Co., Italian-Swiss Colony, Kohler & Frohling, and Sonoma Wine Company, along with the...

Letters Regarding San Francisco Earthquake, 1865.

This collection includes two letters on "Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco Cala." letterhead stationery, and one Western Union telegram. One letter and the telegram are both dated October 21, 1865. The letter is to J.A. Donohoe, Esqr., President of...

Letters regarding the French intervention in Mexico, 1862-1865.

Contains 4 letters relating to the difficulty of military operations, and of obtaining arms; judgments against the population; and politics during the reign of Emperor Maximilian in Mexico. Also includes a photograph of an assembly in the street, possibly of...

Letters relating to British Columbia received by H.H. Bancroft, 1862-1879.

A letter from the Hudson's Bay Company, London (1879); a letter from G. Richard Laylin (undated); a letter from Sir Victor Luis Langesin, Ottawa (1878); and a letter from Warner R. Spalding, New Westminster, BC (1862).

Letters to Ernest Dawson and Charles Yale, 1924-1940.

Letters from Robert E. Cowan, Seymour Dunbar, Rodney S. Ellsworth, Phil Townsend Hanna, W.L. Jepson, J.A. Munk, Marco R. Newmark, Edwin L. Sabin, Charles F. Saunders and Perry Worden.

Letters to George P. Tyler, 1861.

Two Civil War era holograph letters. One letter, from W. H. Parker, pertains to a recommendation for his son, John E. Parker, a corporal in the 6th Regiment of Vermont Volunteers, Company A. A second letter, from Tom Warren, concerns...

Letters to H.H. Bancroft concerning James Bridger, 1886.

Letter from P.W. McAdow, Billings, Montana, 1886, gives reminiscences and a sketch of Bridger concerning his trapper years, his trading post on Blacks Fork, troubles with the Mormons, and experiences as emigrant guide (5 l.) A letter from Adjutant General...

Letters to Robert L. Matthews : ALS, 1865,1868.

Letters to Robert L. Matthews from his brother, Samuel, written from Mississippi, 1865 , and from his nephew, Robert J? W. Matthews, from Tennessee, 1868, concerning the family during and after the Civil War.

Letters to the chief post officer at Cavite, Luzon, Philippines : LS, 1895-1896.

Correspondence concerning the murder of a sailor from the cruiser Castilla.

Letters to Tom at sea : from mother and sister, San Francisco, Calif., 1866.

Contains 5 letters to a seaman from his family while he is at sea and inaccessible and not writing. Mentioned is Captain Scammon, famous for decimating the gray whale population in Magdalena Bay, Baja; "Cork the Clown" attempt of a...

Letters to Turtullus King, 1863.

Collection consists of two Civil War era letters addressed to Turtullus King of Trumansburg, New York. In one, Henry [?], a Union army soldier stationed in Centreville, Virginia, describes his experiences. A second letter from E. Marshall of Clarkson, New...

Letters to William Leonard Schwartz from French Literary Figures

These letters were found in books inscribed to W. L. Schwartz by their authors; correspondents are Fernand Desonay, 1938-40, Marc Adolphe Guegan, 1924, Leon Lemonnier, 1931, Hubert Fabureau, 1930, and Albert Flory, 1927. There are also several typescript poems by...

Letters to William Nolton, 1864, [186-?].

Two Civil War era letters to William Nolton. One is from his brother, Byron, a Union soldier in the New York Infantry, 147th Regiment, concerning camp life in Virginia. A second is from his cousin, Molie, regarding personal matters.

Letters written during honeymoon trip to California and Oregon, 1872.

Eleven letters dated April to July 1872 from a newly married couple traveling in California and Oregon on their honeymoon trip. Eight are addressed to "My dear Mother" and sent to William's family home somewhere near Poughkeepsie, New York. Two...

Lettrism Papers

A collection of letters and ephemera belonging to editor Raymond Queneau, one of the founders of "Ouilipo." The materials concern the avant-garde movement Lettrism, and comprise correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, and ephemera.

Lettrist Movement Papers

Assorted material from the Lettrist movement, including manuscripts, printed essays and tracts, and exhibition ephemera.

Leubrie (Christmas) Papers

Christmas Leubrie was an activist involved in the domestic partnership and marriage equality movements in California. She was also a San Francisco deputy marriage commissioner who officiated the marriages of lesbian couples. This collection includes news clippings, flyers, ephemera, photographs,...

Leung (Galen) Papers

These papers document the community planning process for the Return to Work Project for People with AIDS (PWAs) and the development of other community based AIDS service projects.

Leung (Tom) collection

Correspondence, memoranda, notes, and financial records, relating to the Chinese political reformer Kang Youwei, and activities of his political organization Bao Huang Hui and of the organization Tianyi Hui in the United States. Originals in: University of California at Los...

Leurquin (Philippe P.) bibliography

Relates to the Congo before and after independence.

Leuschner (Armin O.) Papers - Portraits

Portraits of Armin O. and Ida Louise Leuschner, historical figures of astronomy and science (Copernicus, Galileo, Brahe, Euclid and others), and associates of Leuschner.

Leuschner, Armin Otto Photographs from the Armin Otto Leuschner papers.

Includes one photo of a switchboard stamped "Washington Observatory, University of Wisconsin, Madison"; two school photographs from Germany; and a photo of the castle in Wartburg, Germany.

Leuzinger High School

The Leuzinger High School Collection consists of various school related materials beginning from its establishment in 1930