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N. A. Compton college lectures, circa 1860s

College lectures from Civil War era, ca. 1860s.

N. Baldwin's store and bank building : Lander, Fremont Co., Wyoming Territory.

Covered wagons, teams, and men in front of a stone building. Identified individuals are: Major Noyes Baldwin, P.M. Wil son, and A. Bancroft [Albert Little Bancroft?].

N. Carroll letters : Gulf of Tehuantepec : ALS, 1855 Oct.

Written to friends in California, on his return voyage to the East. Letter, Oct. 13, comments at length on the Walker filibuster expedition.

N. Corbin letters, 1860-1862.

Seven manuscript letters, most written from Sacramento, California (one from Folsom), and dated between April 16, 1860 and April 8, 1862 (with one undated and one partially dated). Letters are addressed from N. Corbin to a woman named Gertrude. The...

N. Corbin letters, 1860-1862.

Seven manuscript letters, most written from Sacramento, California (one from Folsom), and dated between April 16, 1860 and April 8, 1862 (with one undated and one partially dated). Letters are addressed from N. Corbin to a woman named Gertrude. The...

N. N. Hill Brass Company Records

The collection contains 25 letter books of the N. N. Hill Brass Company of Middleton, CT, which manufactured bells and toys. Copies of approximately 12,500 letters are included in the letter books. Many deal with shipment of goods and related...

N. Randall Ellis papers, [ca. 1908-1925]

Includes material on various dams in the state, Spring Valley Water Co., gas rate suits, involving Pacific Gas and Electric Company and others.

N. Scott Momaday letter, 1968 June 14

One letter (TLS) to UCSB Chancellor Vernon I. Cheadle, re books that Native American author Momaday is giving to Cheadle. Santa Barbara, 14 June 1968. Laid in Momaday's The Journey of Tai-Me (Spec, Printers Z478.86 U56 M66 1967). Alpha list.

N. Scott Momaday papers : additions, [197-?].

Publisher's typescript and two sets of revised galleys for his The Names.

N. Scott Momaday papers, 1963-1972.

Correspondence with publishers - Harper & Row, Oxford University Press, University of New Mexico Press; manuscript of House of Dawn, essays and poems, etc.

NAACP and Civil Rights ephemera collection

Contains flyers, posters, pamphlets, and correspondence relating to the activities of several Civil Rights organizations-- including National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Harvard Society of Minority Rights, and Committee of Racial Equality (CORE)-- during the Civil Rights...

NAACP Convention Collection, July 1949

This collection contains black and white photographs taken by an unknown photographer – most likely a delegate – to the 40th annual National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Convention held in Los Angeles, California, from July 12-17,...

NAACP official and civil rights worker : oral history transcript / and related material, 1971-1974.

Comments on early life in Bakersfield, Calif.; position of Negroes in the city; the Earl Warren family; student days at University of California, Berkeley, in the 1920's; social work; work with the California Association of Negro Women's Clubs, the California...

NAACP, Region 1 Photograph Collection

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Region 1 photograph collection consists of photographs from records of the NAACP Region 1 Office, and includes material from NAACP branches in the Western United States, the NAACP National Office and...

NAACP, Region I, Records

The Records of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Region I document the daily work of the NAACP in the Western United States from 1942-1986 (bulk 1945-1977). Regular additions to the collection are expected. Although the...

Naas (Josephine) papers

Memoirs and miscellanea, relating to Young Men's Christian Association work with the American Expeditionary Forces in France at the end of World War I.

Nabokov (Vladimir) Collection

The first three series in the collection were donated anonymously in 1987. They are:...

NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory and NASA Ames Research Center Records at NARA San Francisco

This finding aid describes records that are housed at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) Pacific Region facility in San Bruno, California. Although the records belong to the National Archives, San Bruno, as the regional repository for permanent archival...

NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory Records at NARA College Park

The records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), and its precursor the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), comprise Record Group 255 of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). At the College Park, Maryland facility of NARA...

NACA Ames Aeronautical Laboratory Records at NARA San Francisco

The NACA Ames records document a broad range of theoretical work, applied research, and testing related to aeronautics and space technology. Subjects include aerodynamics, airframe problems, flight simulation, instrument development, satellite re-entry, heat transfer and de-icing. It also documents design...

NACA Langley Memorial Aeronautical Laboratory and NASA Langley Research Center Records at NARA Philadelphia

The records of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and its precursor, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA), comprise Record Group 255 of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). The bulk of the records pertaining to Langley...

Nachmias (Benjamin and Susan) papers

Correspondence, legal documents, and photographs, relating to post-World War II efforts to secure compensation from the Bulgarian government for confiscation of property in 1940.

Nacionala Sardze Vacu Okupacijas Laika : Ar Nodalu par Evakuacijas Grupu Vacija processed materials

Relates to activities of the underground anti-communist Latvian organization Nacionālā Sardze during World War II. Includes writings by Jūlijs Braċs and other leaders of the organization. Edited by M. K. Gulbis.

Nacozari Railroad Financial Records

Financial records of the Nacozari Railroad.

Naczelny Komitet Narodowy miscellaneous records

Drafts of minutes of meetings in Warsaw, 1915, relating to the Polish question and World War I; and leaflets, 1915-1916, relating to recruitment for the Legiony Polskie in the Austrian Army.

Nadar (Paul), photograph album of Turkestan

The album contains 74 photographs taken during the three-month sojourn French photographer Paul Nadar made in Turkistan (present-day Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan) when he was invited to exhibit at the 1890 Tashkent Exhibition. Nadar's images capture everyday scenes and people in...

Nadeau (Remi A.) Papers

Remi Allen Nadeau (1920- ) was a author, editorial writer, and a member of the Friends of the UCLA Library. His published books include (1948), (1950), (1960), (1965), and (1974). The collection consists of manuscripts, typescripts, galley and page proofs,...

Nadel (Leonard) Photographs and other material relating to housing and urban redevelopment in Los Angeles

Consisting primarily of photographic materials created by Leonard Nadel from 1947 to 1957, the archive records early efforts by the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) to create public housing for the city's growing population, and also...

Nader (George) papers

This collection consists of the professional and personal papers of actor and science fiction writer George Nader, including manuscript drafts, photographs, financial information, audio cassettes, and a film poster. Noteable manuscripts in the collection include Nader's unpublished work and an...

Nadirashvili (Konstantin Georgievich) identification cards

Georgian secret police identification cards

Naffziger (Howard C.) Papers

The personal and professional papers of Howard Naffziger include correspondence, newspaper clippings, photographs, ephemera, certificates, military orders, notes, diaries, and artifacts. Subjects matters include Dr. Naffziger's military experience in World War I and II, biographical information, his experiences at UCSF...

Naftaly family papers and photographs, 1860-1950.

The collection consists of papers and photographs relating to the Naftaly family. Family papers include genealogy; certificates; a small amount of correspondence; ephemera (advertisements, clippings, broadsides, sketches) from the family's anatomical show, which traveled around the world in the 1890s;...

Naga Expedition Records

The Naga Expedition records consist of one box and two folders of expedition documentation, including correspondence, reports and data, ship guestbook, ocean depth and bottom profiles, and annotated maps.

Nagai (Nelson and Beverly) Collection of Asian-American History and Culture

Publications & ephemera of late-20th century radical political activism centered in the Bay Area, with an emphasis on Asian-American activism. Includes correspondence, newspapers, pamphlets, periodicals, posters, printed ephemera, t-shirts, buttons, and videocassettes.

Nagai (Nelson) Sumida (Grace) Collection

The Nelson Nagai and Grace Sumida Collection consists of clippings, programs, and photographs compiled by Nelson Nagai and Grace Sumida.

Nagasaki Journey Archive

The collection consists of material relating to curation of the Nagasaki Journey exhibition, including printed material, press, correspondence, contracts, audiovisual materials, slides, and photographs. The collection includes over 100 8x10 reference prints of Yosuke Yamahata’s photographs, and negatives produced from...

Nagasaki, Yokohama, and Tokyo Environs Color Photograph Album

The album contains a group of 44 early (mostly) color photographs and 1 color postcard. Many of the photographs are of a group of unidentified [Western, possibly British] visitors to Japan, ca. 1900 -1910. The color photographs may be examples...

Nagasawa (Kanae) carte de visite photograph albums

Carte de visite albums compiled by Kanae Nagasawa, containing studio portraits of Nagasawa and other Japanese students, many associated with the 1865 Satsuma student mission to Great Britain; and of Thomas Lake Harris and others associated with the Brotherhood of...

Nagem (Norman E.) Photographs

Contains three albums of photographs of Norman Nagem (1918-2000) and his friends in drag. Nagem’s drag name was Norma Jean Crawfish. There are also a few of Nagem’s personal ID cards from the 1980s and 1990s. Nagem was born in...

Nagem (Norman) Photograph Album

Norman E. Nagem was born in New England in 1918 and died in San Francisco in 2000. This album contains photographs of Nagem and his friends at parties and balls they attended in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s.

Naglee Family Collection

The Naglee family collection, the gift of Mrs. Marie R. Robins, Naglee's daughter, and Mrs. Antoinette N. Spruyt, his grand-daughter, in December 1960 and August 22, 1961, contains originals, some photocopy and a partial typed transcript of correspondence and papers...

Naglee family papers : additions, 1830-1961.

Includes original Henry Morris Naglee materials, files of Antoinette Naglee Spruyt and William T. Arms, mainly relating to the cataloging of the Naglee papers.

Naglee family papers : additions, 1839-1929.

Correspondence, accounts, deeds and tax records, relation primarily to the operation of Rancho El Pescadero, to the Henry M. Naglee estate and to property in San Francisco, Santa Clara, San Joaquin and Sacramento counties. Included also are accounts for Naglee...

Nagorski (Andrew) interview recordings

Interviews of political leaders, dissidents and others, mainly relating to political and social conditions in Poland, other countries of Eastern Europe, and post-Soviet Russia.

Nagorski (Zygmunt) papers

Correspondence, diaries, memoirs, speeches and writings, personal documents, printed matter, photographs, and motion picture film, relating to Poland during World War II, and to postwar international relations and American foreign policy.

Nagrin (Daniel) Collection of Material

Daniel Nagrin (b.1917) was an American modern and theatrical dancer and choreographer. He performed in numerous dance productions, staged the dances for a jungle musical film, (Warner Brothers, 1954) and partnered Miriam Pandor in the dance numbers in (Paramount, 1952)....

Nagura (Yuichi) papers

A historian and researcher, the Nagura Yuichi papers contains interviews and oral and written personal histories of the POWs and Japan's first POW camp.

Nagy (K.) collection

Interview transcripts, reports, clippings, and printed matter, relating to the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, political events in Hungary during World War II, the trial of Edgar Sanders in 1950-1951, and the espionage trial of Oleg Penkovskii and Greville Wynne in...

Nahl and Turner family papers, 1936-1960.

Genealogy compiled by Miss Turner, May 1963; letters from libraries, county officials, etc., relating to her researches on the families; letters from her cousin containing family information; photographs of the Turner homestead, etc.; article from the California Historical Quarterly on...

Nahl, Charles Christian Photographs of art work by Charles Christian Nahl : from the files of the Century Company.

Photographs reproduce original paintings and drawings of ca. 1849-1870. Views depict mining during the California Gold Rush, and related activites such as scenes along the route via Panama. Mining views show miners working and relaxing, the mining town of Rough...

Nahl family letters, 1842-1876.

Includes letters from Henriette, Arthur and Charles Nahl, concerning the Nahl family in San Francisco, the Nahl Brothers business in lithography and photography, and their work with I.W. Taber. Letter, Oct. 22, 1867, from Charles Nahl is illustrated and contains...

Nahm (Helen) Papers

Writings, correspondence, speeches, reports, programs, clippings, award citations, and photographs....

Naidenov (Andrei Mikhailovich) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, and personal documents, relating to anti-communist movements in the United States.

Naiditch (Sally) recordings of "The Monday Night Class"

The Monday Night Class was made up of professionals and their spouses who wished to continue their education in the humanities and social sciences. Members of the group included physicians, phychiatrists, dentists, business people and people associated with the entertainment...

Naiman (Ed) Collection

The contents of the collection consist of B'nai B'rith Weinberger Lodge newsletters from the late 1950s and early 1960s, membership directories from the 1960s through the 1980s and letters and photographs from the American Committee for Israel's 10th Anniversary, an...

Najder (Zdzislaw) papers

Diaries, correspondence, radio broadcast scripts, memoranda, reports, press summaries, and clippings, relating to Radio Free Europe broadcasting to Poland, Polish dissidents, the Solidarność movement, and political conditions in Poland.

Nakai, (Tsuyoshi Roy) Collection

This collection includes reports, agendas, meeting minutes, student guides, books, and a panoramic photograph related to the Manzanar Incarceration Camp, the Nakai family, and the Treasure Chest Program in Orange County. The collection mostly contains material from the Treasure Chest...

Nakamura (George) Collection

The collection contains photographs, three letters, a souvenir newspaper, and a combat rifleman pin related to George Nakamura's military service in the 100th Infantry Battalion during World War II. There are references to friendships made with the Fitting family in...

Nakamura (George) Photograph Album

Photograph album kept by Sacramento-area student George Nakamura showing him and his friends during what is presumed to be his senior year of high school.

Nakano (George) Family Papers

This collection contains books, booklets, proposals, printed newspaper articles, ephemera, and digitzed scrapbooks related to George Nakano, former Assemblymember and Torrance City Council member. Subjects include the Jerome and Tule Lake incarceration camps, the Nakano family, and George Nakano's political...

Nakano (Roy), Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress Records

This collection includes material from one of the co-founders of the Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress, Roy Nakano. It contains correspondence, flyers, programs, articles, and meeting minutes related to the Gardena Chapter and Los Angeles Chapter of the organization,...

Nakata (Frank) Collection

Many of the almost 50 letters are in Japanese and many, but not all, of those have been translated. There are letters from other Relocation Camps in Topaz, Utah; Granada, Colorado (Amache); and Newell, California (Tule Lake). Other locations include:...

Nakata (Yoshimatsu) and Stevens (Barry Fox) Papers

The Nakata and Stevens papers date from 1938. The key item within the collection is an original manuscript titled “A Hero to His Valet” by Yoshimatsu Nakata, transcribed by Barry Fox Stevens. From 1907 to 1915, Jack London and his...

Nakatani (Kikuyo Morimoto) Papers

The Collection consists of documents, diaries, letters, books, calendars, newspapers, photographs, artifacts and audiovisual media pertaining to Kikuyo Morimoto Nakatani, a Japanese-born woman who lived in Isleton, CA. During World War II, her family was incarcerated in the Minidoka and...

Nakaz Bol'shogo i Malago Voiskovogo Kruga Voiska Terskago typescript

Relates to the bylaws of a White Russian officers' association.

Naked Boys Singing records

Correspondence, scripts, sheet music, contracts, production notes, photographs, clippings, publicity material, theater administration files, DVDs, audiocassettes, posters, promotional objects and other material from , bulk 1998-2004, an off-Broadway musical revue of gay experiences told through song and dance, co-created by...

Nall, John G. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains nineteen correspondence written by 1st Lt. John G. Nall, USAAF to his friend Mary Symmes during the Second World War.

Nalos (Ervin J.) Papers

This collection contains technical information on electron tube research from the years 1939-1959, the major portion being Dr. Nalos' papers from 1945-1959. While there is some correspondence and memos, most of the collection is comprised of technical reports. Many of...

Names of garments and textiles used in Spain and Mexico in the colonial period.

Primarily a collection of definitions of the names of garments used in Mexico during the colonial period. Attention has been given to the Spanish antecedents of the garments.

Names of grape growers in California : typescript (carbon) : and related material, [ca. 1925-1932?]

Lists of names, by county, including town of residence and number of acres held. Related material includes names and addresses of persons outside California, presumably compiled for some type of mass mailing or other related purpose.

Namibian subject collection

Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, flyers, reports, and other printed matter, relating to revolutionary movements in Namibia, especially the South West African Peoples Organisation, and to political, social and economic conditions in Namibia.

[Nanaimo, British Columbia].

View of town and sea inlet from elevated perspective, with photographic equipment (possibly a large format camera or a portable dark tent) on tripod visible in foreground. A fort or blockhouse is visible in distance.

Nance (Afton Dill) Papers

This is a collection of roughly 265-300 letters written by Japanese American students who were incarcerated in American concentration camps, including Heart Mountain, Wyoming and Poston, Arizona during World War II and all addressed to their pre-war teacher, Ms. Afton...

Nance (Richard) papers

This collection is mainly comprised of Richard Nance's correspondence with friends and family between 1970 and 1979. Nance lived in Madison, Wisconsin in the 1970s.

Nancy Bayley research papers, 1961-1982.

The Nancy Bayley Research Papers (1925-1982) include correspondence, publications, awards, and research papers documenting Bayley's career as a developmental psychologist, spanning from her graduate studies at the University of Seattle in 1925 and position as research associate at the University...

Nancy Buckley photograph, 1926

One black and white photograph, signed portrait of poet Nancy Buckley. Laid in Buckley's Cameos: A Book of Poetry (San Francisco: Cloister Press , 1926). Alpha list.

[Nancy Hawver collection of Edward H. Mitchell postcards].

Commercially produced postcards depicting subjects in California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska.

[Nancy McGirr photographs documenting Honduras during regional conflict].

Journalistic photographs documenting various aspects of political unrest and conflict in Honduras and the neighboring region in the 1980s. Specific subjects include soldiers and bases of the Contras, the United States-backed counterrevolutionary group which aimed to overthrow the Sandinista government...

Nancy Reagan, Queen Elizabeth II, and Prince Philip visit Mission Santa Barbara.

Photographs show Nancy Reagan, Queen Elizabeth, and Prince Philip at Mission Santa Barbara.

Nancy Swadesh papers, 1960-1966 (inclusive), 1960-1961 (bulk).

Correspondence and papers relating primarily to her 1961 campaign for president of the California Democratic Council. Also included are some C.D.C. financial records and organization charts.

Nancy White collection of research materials related to online communities

Includes documentation related to online communities such as Electric Minds, the Well, and the Knowledge Ecology Network, principally during the period from 1999-2008. Also includes documentation of related organizations, such as Knowledge Management for Development. Includes reports of the activities...

Nandawaga Society for History and Folklore Collection

The Nundawaga Society was an organization dedicated to collecting and sharing the Native American and pioneer history of the Finger Lakes region in the United States. This is a collection of correspondence, news bulletins, and programs from the Nundawaga Society...

Naniche (Tatiana) typescript

Relates to Tatiana Diakonov-Kusovac, Russian émigré in Yugoslavia and subsequently in the United States.

Nanka Fukushima Kenjinkai Collection

This collection documents activties of Nanka Fukushima Kenjinkai. Materials include: photographs, books, booklets, news clippings, DVDs and CD recordings.

Nanney (Herbert) organ collection

This collection consists of audio recordings, concert programs, manuscripts, photographs, and other materials collected by the Nanney family pertaining to the career of Herbert Nanney, University Organist and Director of Music for Stanford Memorial Church at Stanford University. The audio...

Nanney (Herbert) Papers

Programs, news clippings, correspondence, photographs, audio recordings, music scores, and other materials which document Herbert Nanney's tenure as Stanford University professor of music and university organist.

Nannilou Hepburn Dieter papers, circa 1947-1974.

Primarily correspondence, course notebooks, lecture notes, and photographs regarding thesis work at Harvard and career as radio astronomer.

Naohara (George and Mitzi) Papers

This collection contains photo albums and scrapbooks compiled by George Naohara and Mitzi (Masukawa) Naohara, other materials depicting their experiences during World War II and the Korean War, the postwar camp reunion and pilgrimage, and the Gardena Buddhist Church activities...

Naomi Knowlton photograph album [graphic]

Photograph album of Coos Bay, Oregon student at the University of California in Berkeley contains snapshots of student activities, leisure outings, soldiers in Texas and Oregon, and the Panama Pacific International Exhibition. Locales inlcude the U.C. Berkeley campus, San Francisco,...

[Naomi Murdach collection of San Francisco gay pageant photographs].

Snapshot photographs documenting pageants, drag performances, parades and other events of San Francisco's gay community between the early 1970s and the mid-1980s. Identified events include the Great Tricycle Race, the 1974 Gay Freedom Day Parade, Madness 71 revue, and Mr....

Napa area, California, stereo views [graphic]

Includes a general view of the city of Napa and a view of Sprout Farm, six miles from Napa.

Napa County (Calif.) Records related to property tax, 1853-1909.

Proceedings before the Napa County Board of Equalization, July 14 - August 24, 1909. Typed transcript of hearings before the Supervisors, sitting as County Board of Equalization, concerning taxable property escaping assessment of falsely reported. Includes questions, arguments and testimony...

Napa Hotel before and after fire damage [graphic]

Views show the Napa Hotel before and after fire damage, and the Napa-Sacramento stage coach.

[Napa Valley vineyard, possibly the Lewelling vineyard].

View of vineyard, small farmhouse among trees, a large barn, and the hills behind.

Napiwocki (Jan J.) Papers

Resume, photographs, drawings, and contact sheets documenting work and personal life of artist, Jan J. Napiwocki, circa 1977-1984. Many of the drawings and photographs focus on male nudity.

Naples - Collection of Material about the History of

Boxes 1-4 include manuscripts and printed items relating to the history of Naples, with items grouped together and bound in vellum....

Naples, Pompeii, Sorrento, and Capri Photograph album of views

Photographs of the architecture and landscapes of Naples and nearby towns and islands, probably produced between 1890 and 1909 by Edizioni Brogi, the photography studio directed by Carlo Brogi and his uncle, Alfredo Brogi.

Naramore (Chester) Papers

The papers of Chester Naramore include correspondence, financial and legal documents, notebooks, and journals, largely pertaining to his business interests, with some items from his college years at Stanford....

Narciso Durán manuscript fragments, [undated].

Part of a collection of manuscript materials associated with the Franciscan missions in California. For other items in the collection, search under title: California mission miscellany, 1630-1830.

Nardi, Peter J. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains fourty-four v-mail correspondences from and a photograph of Cpt. Peter J. Nardi, USA during the Second World War.

Narodno-trudovoĭ soi͡uz records

Relates to efforts of the Mladorosskai͡a partii͡a to promote restoration of a monarchy in the Soviet Union.

Narodno-trudovoi soiuz samizdat collection

The collection contains novels, poems, and articles submitted for publication, as well as periodicals, pamphlets, speeches and writings, press releases, statements, petitions, photographs, slides, films, and sound recordings, published or circulated by underground and uncensored presses or groups in the...

Narrative of the overland journey to Oregon : and related materials. Cowlitz Station, Washington, 1878-1883.

Describes the journey in 1847, life in the Columbia Basin to 1869, and in the Southern mines of California in 1849. Some items from contemporary newspapers are copied into his narrative, especially from 1855 to 1858.

Narrow Gauge Railroader Club Certificate

One blank certificate (color graphic) issued to a member of the unofficial Narrow-Gauge Railroaders Club in recognition of travel on board the Durango & Silverton Eailroad. Art by Petley Studios of Phoenix, Arizona.

The narrow land : and other manuscripts, circa 1964-1968.

His account of his family' experiences as pioneers in California in the 1880's. Also included: "The Southwestern Troubador," a cycle of 54 ballads, and "Five Southwestern plays."

NASA Ames Motion Simulator Research Collection

This collection primarily contains photographs depicting motion simulator research at Ames Research Center, the University of Southern California's (USC) Human Centrifuge apparatus testing for Ames Research Center, and the Johnsville Centrifuge Program's spacesuit development in collaboration with NASA. Remaining materials...

NASA Ames Research Center Artifacts Collection

The Artifact Collection contains a wide range of objects related to the history of Ames, dated from approximately 1939 to 2009. This is an artificial collection comprised of items donated by many different organizational units and individuals associated with NACA,...

NASA Student Space Settlement Design Contest Collection

This collection contains a selection of student entries for NASA's annual space settlement design contest in the form of thirty four original artworks and ten technical reports created by students from around the world in grades twelve and under. Also...

NASA Western Support Office Records at NARA Riverside

The Western Coordination Office (WCO) was established to act as the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) liaison with aircraft companies and aeronautics research units of colleges and universities in the western region of the United States. Its functions were...

NASA-AMES Research Center Publications

The collection contains issues of internal publications, such as The Astrogram, and reports on NASA-AMES activities....

Nasatir (Abraham) Papers

The consist of correspondence, articles, written by or about Nasatir and his wife; photographs, newspaper clippings, materials from various Jewish institutions in San Diego, items about Nasatir Hall at SDSU, and materials on the destruction of their home and rescue...

Nasatir (Abraham Phineas) Document Collection

The Abraham Phineas Nasatir document collection consists of research materials from Spanish and American archives that were copied and annotated by Nasatir over the course of his career.

Nasatir (Ida) Papers

The collection consists of press clippings, book reviews, correspondence, obituaries, and a yellow star that reads "Juif" worn by a French holocaust survivor and given to Nasatir during a visit to Paris....

Nasatir (Marcia) papers

The Marcia Nasatir papers span the years 1969-1992 and encompass 3.8 linear feet. The collection contains production material for three films produced by Nasatir along with some additional correspondence and deal memos and some files on unproduced properties. For THE...

Nash (Charles and Alta) Papers on Direct Steel Process Company

Small collection of correspondence and corporate records related to Charles H. Nash and wife Alta (Louden) Nash's involvement with Herbert Lang and the Direct Steel Process Company between 1920 and 1925.

Nash collection of portraits of historic printers and type designers [graphic].

1: Johann Gutenberg -- 2: Johann Gutenberg (print of portraits -- 3: Aldus Manutius -- 4: Christophe Plantin -- 5: Giambattista Bodoni -- 6: Benjamin Franklin -- 7: William Morris -- 8: Theodore Low De Vinne -- 9: Claude Garamond...

Nash (George H.)

Relates to Herbert Hoover and American relief to Belgium during World War I. Speech delivered at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace on the 150th anniversary of Belgian independence. Includes printed condensation. Photocopy.

Nash (John Henry) brochures, folders, and fine books

This small collection consists of announcements, brochures, pamphlets, greeting cards, poems, sketches, fine books, folders, and engravings by various hands designed and printed by San Francisco fine printer John Henry Nash. Nash was a well-known designer, typesetter and printer working...

Nash, John Henry Collection of announcements, 1927-1939.

Printer and publisher of fine press books in San Francisco from about 1895 to 1940's.

Nash Motors Company Records

The records were created by the Thomas B. Jeffery Company of Kenosha, Wisconsin and the Nash Motors Company of Maryland. Correspondence; financial and accounting records; insurance records; purchase contracts and inventory lists; Rambler price and parts lists, catalogs, sales brochures...

Nash (Robert A.) Collection

Robert Nash was a PhD student at the University of California, Los Angeles conducting research on Chinese fisheries and related industries in the 19th century. Shortly after his dissertation was completed in 1973 and he earned his Doctoral Degree in...

Nash (Suzi) Papers

Clippings, a sound recording on compact disc, and material from women's liberation groups and gay and lesbian organizations, 1982-2006, collected by lesbian musician, Suzi Nash. Nash was a Philadelphia resident who, in 2005, wrote and recorded an album of children's...

Nason (John W.) papers

Correspondence, minutes, memoranda, newsletters, leaflets, and financial statements, relating to the work of the National Japanese American Student Relocation Council in placing Japanese American students in colleges and universities in the United States during World War II, and to other...

Nass (Clifford I.) papers

The papers include Nass' teaching files, research files, and publications related to the social-psychological aspects of human-interactive media interaction, chronic media multitasking, and automotive interfaces.

Nassar (Cheryl) papers

Cheryl Nassar was a photographer and active member of the lesbian activist community in Southern California. This collection contains photographs and ephemera from lesbian and gay pride events throughout the region.

Nasser (Gamal Abdel) speeches

Sound recordings of speeches relating to nationalization of the Suez Canal and to other aspects of Egyptian politics and foreign policy.

Nassos (Violet) Collection

Photographs, scrapbooks, and news clippings of a friend of Ann Dee, Violet Nassos. Ann Dee was owner of Ann's 440 Club in San Francisco and Ann's 151. Ann's 440 Club was one of the first openly lesbian and bi-sexual clubs...

Nast, Stone, Needles and Comfort family photograph albums.

Albums contain mounted cabinet card and carte de visite portrait photographs of members of the Nast, Stone, Needles and Comfort families of Missouri, Colorado and California. Volume 1 chiefly includes portraits of Stone and Nast family members, many of them...

Nast (Thomas) Papers

This collection contains 69 letters of American cartoonist Thomas Nast (1840-1902) and his family, including letters from Nast written while covering the Heenan-Sayers prizefight and Giuseppe Garabaldi's military campaign in Sicily (1860); a tour of Pennsylvania Civil War battlefields in...

Nast (Thomas) Scrapbooks

The collection contains four scrapbooks with pasted-in cartoons of Thomas Nast, which appeared . The items in each scrapbook are arranged chronologically....

Nat Stein collection, 1860-1875.

Nat Stein's scrapbook includes published material in the Corrine Daily Reporter and the Corrine Weekly Reporter with notes on the articles from the author. Stein wrote many odes and epic poems on the occasion of New Year's, 4th of July...

Natal Indian Congress circular

Protests the arrest of Dr. Yusuf Mahomed Dadoo, president of the South African Indian Congress, and D. W. Bopape, secretary of the African National Congress, under the Suppression of Communism Act.

Nathan and Julia Hare papers, 1950-2010.

Personal papers of founders of the Black Think Tank, Nathan and Julia Hare. The collection includes correspondence, writings, and personalia.

Nathan Feldman family papers, 1899-1962.

The collection consists of two photo albums, loose photos, and family documents from Nathan Feldman's life in Russia and the Soviet Union in the late 1910s and early 1920s. Some photos document Feldman's work as a Bolshevik pilot (including a...

Nathan Henry Miller Lodge records, 1949-1967.

The collection contains correspondence; constitution and rules of the lodge; schedules of events; lists of the lodge's officers and members; reports; The Shofar newspaper for the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization; yearbooks and bulletins; convention materials; photographs; memorandums; and manuals and...

Nathan Knap document, circa 1810s

One printed document signed, re Knap as proprietor of Hale's Patent for a spring baggage rack and driver's seat, and of Draper's Patent for a baggage rack and mail box, ca 1810s.

Nathan Meyer Rothschild document, 1822 April 16

One document (ADS), authorization to Rothschild Brothers, Paris, to pay Mr. J. Davis ?120. London, 16 Apr. 1822. Alpha list.

Nathan Moncharsh oral history interview

This collection comprises five oral history interviews with Nathan Moncharsh. The first interview comprises one sound disc and was conducted by the Holocaust Oral History Project on February 21, 1988; the second interview comprises one videotape and was conducted by...

Nathan Neustädter letters : Fürth, Germany, to S.H. and Emma Ball, New York : ALS, 1867-1873.

Includes transcription. Also includes notes by Neustädter about his family history, one letter from S.H. Ball to his sister-in-law Mary Ballin, dated Apr. 21, 1867 (all photocopies), and miscellaneous unidentified notes.

Nathan (Richard P.) papers

The collection relates to American politics and intergovernmental relations and to domestic policy, particularly welfare and revenue sharing programs, during the presidency of Richard M. Nixon. It contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, printed matter, and photographs.

Nathan (Robert) papers

Robert Nathan (1894-1985) was a poet and novelist. Many of his novels were adapted to the screen. The collection consists of manuscript versions of poetry, verse, short stories, novels and screenplays by Nathan.

Nathaniel Davidson accounts : Paris and Mexico, 1863-1867.

Drafts and bills of exchange; one receipt.

Nathaniel Knight letters : Folsom, Calif. to Ambrose Knight : ALS, 1871 May 6 and July 2.

Nathaniel Knight writes to Ambrose Knight (May 6, 1871) about a former employee of Ambrose's finding work among Nathaniel's aquaintances, about health and illnesses, farm work and crops. He describes a fire in detail, which damanged a number of buildings...

Nathaniel Lyon correspondence, 1851.

Letters to U.S. Quartermaster General, T.S. Jesup, relating to duties as Quartermaster, San Diego. Includes personnel reports and accounts.

Nathaniel Miller papers, 1849-1897.

Contains fifty-six handwritten letters between Nathaniel Miller and numerous other correspondents including his future wife, Ellen Carman, and Richard M. Jessup, who was a member of the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1856. Also contains a small amount of...

Nathaniel Wyche Hunter Mexican War letter, 1846.

Letter from Nathaniel Wyche Hunter of the 2nd U. S. Dragoons in St. Charles, LA to Sarah B. Golding in Athens, GA, dated April 28, 1846, discussing the disappearance of Colonel Trueman Cross, which contributed to the shaky relations between...

Nathanson (Milton) papers

The Milton N. Nathanson papers consists of files Nathanson compiled during his work as an attorney specializing in Colorado River water issues, including his employment at the Department of Interior as Assistant Regional Solicitor and Field Solicitor and as special...

Nation (Earl F.) Collection

This collection contains papers of Dr. Earl F. Nation (1910-2008), a Southern California physician and biographer of physician Sir William Osler (1849-1919), a founder of Johns Hopkins Hospital. The collection chiefly consists of photocopies of correspondence between Sir and Lady...

Nation Mourns! Broadside

This broadside, measuring 63.5 x 46.5 cm., advertises a funeral ceremony in honor of assassinated president Abraham Lincoln, to be held in Elgin, Illinois, on April 19, 1865. It details the route of the procession, the order of local official...

Nationaal Socialistische Beweging in Nederland miscellaneous records

Reports, directives, and leaflets, relating to fascist activities in the Netherlands. Includes indoctrination material for new party members, and materials on party organization in Zaandam, Netherlands.

National Aerial Photography Program Material on Orange County, California

This collection contains aerial black-and-white photographic prints and color transparencies of Orange County, California taken by the National Aerial Photography Program (NAPP), an activity of the U.S. Geological Survey. The transparencies, dating from circa 1998-2003, are identified as NAPP 3rd...

National Alliance of Russian Solidarists

Includes 150 photographs of NTS activists and events associated with NTS activities, circa 1930-1989. The correspondence includes letters to N.B. Tarasova, 1962-1982, circa 155 pages from Sergei Rafal'skii, 70 pages from Anatolii Darov + unpublished poems, 12 pages from Nina...

National Anti-Slavery Standard flyer, circa 1865-1870

One printed flyer from abolitionist Parker Pillsbury, soliciting subscriptions for the Standard, the official newspaper of the American Anti-Slavery Society, ca. 1865- 1870.

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Collection

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Collection includes newsletters, brochures, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, convention programs, ephemera, scrapbooks, and records created by national, regional, and local California branches of the NAACP. The collection is organized into five series:...

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, El Cerrito Branch records, 1963-1980 (bulk 1970-1979).

The NAACP El Cerrito Branch Records contain a wide variety of documents from the branch's activities under the leadership of Patricia Freeman. Also represented is the branch's participation in NAACP business at a regional and national level. Materials include correspondence,...

National Association of Black and White Men Papers

This collection contains meeting minutes; by-laws; strategic plan; chapter development manual; correspondence; memorandums; finanical statements; resources lists; and newsletter issues of the National Association of Black and White Men Together: A gay multi-racial organization for all people....

National Association of Black and White Men Together Records

This collection documents the history and political, social and cultural work of the National Association of Black and White Men Together (NABWMT).

National Association of Business Councils Records

This collection contains records of the National Association of Business Councils (NABC), a national organization of gay and lesbian business and professional people, from its incorporation in 1980 to 1987, a year after it was disbanded. It includes Board and...

National Association of Composers, U.S.A. records

This collection contains the records of the National Association of Composers, USA (NACUSA) and those of its preceding body, the National Association of American Composers and Conductors (NAACC). Records include minutes, correspondence, treasurer's reports, chapter information, concert programs and announcements,...

National Association of Radiation Survivors records, approximately 1982-2004.

The collection contains correspondence, subject files, survivor histories, medical records, and NARS administrative files. The bulk of the records pertain to two lawsuits, NARS v. Walters and NARS v. Turnage.

National Association of Railway Business Women, Sacramento Chapter Scrapbook

Scrapbook containing materials relating to the activities of the Sacramento Chapter of Railway Business Women for the years 1958 to 1962.

National Association of Social Workers, California Chapter Records

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW), California Chapter records provide early background information, dating from the 1930s to 1950s, for various professional associations and also includes materials of NASW Golden Gate Chapter, NASW Los Angeles Chapter, and California Council...

National Association of Social Workers, Los Angeles Area and California Chapters records

The National Association of Social Workers, Los Angeles Area and California Chapters records consist of meeting minutes, committee reports, memorandums, and newsletters, produced by and for the social work community in California, 1955-1998. The records document the creation of the...

National Association of Social Workers Medical Social Work Section records

The National Association of Social Workers Medical Social Work Section records consist of meeting minutes and agendas, report, membership lists, and some correspondence, 1931-1974 (bulk 1953-1959), that document the activities of the Los Angeles chapter of this organization. The meeting...

National Bank of D. O. Mills and Company collection, 1847-1927.

When the California National Bank of Sacramento closed in 1931, this collection was listed among its assets. Materials in the collection had been accumulated primarily during the period when the bank was known as the National Bank of D. O....

National Bank of D. O. Mills and Company Records

Letters, deeds, stocks and bonds, pictures, estate papers, checks and other banking items....

National Bank of D. O. Mills letters, 1910.

Handwritten letter dated May 21, 1910 from Benj. C. Wright to National Bank of D. O. Mills president Charles F. Dillman requesting information about the history of the bank, typewritten letter dated June 8, 1910 in reply.

National Bank of D.O. Mills Check

Check drawn on the National Bank of D.O. Mills.

National Broadcasting Company Audiovisual material

Motion picture film, 1958-1963, relating to the Cuban revolution of 1959, political conditions in Cuba, Cuban-American relations, and the Bay of Pigs invasion of 1961; and video tapes of West German and East German television news programs, 1989, relating to...

National Broadcasting Company stations and facilities [graphic]

Photos show several NBC stations, including some interior views showing live programs. Collection also contains aerial views of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studios. Locations unidentified.

National Canners Association. [Miscellaneous publications].

Title supplied by University of California, Berkeley.

National Canners Association. [Miscellaneous publications].

Title supplied by University of California, Berkeley.

National Center for Experiments in Television Records

This collection comprises reports, researchpapers, correspondence, artist files, meeting transcripts, and other papers relating to the National Center for Experiments in Television. Also contains secondary source materials and materials relating to the BAMPFA exhibition about the NCET, Videoscape, in 2000....

National Chamber Foundation miscellaneous records

Preliminary and final reports, proposals, correspondence, and clippings, relating to the Bulgarian Economic Growth and Transition Project, carried out by the National Chamber Foundation at the request of the Bulgarian government, to recommend policies to transform the Bulgarian economy to...

National Chicano Survey Records

This collection contains surveys, administrative records, and research papers related to the National Chicano Survey conducted by the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan in 1979.

National Citizens' Committee for United Nations Day radio broadcast

Includes addresses by Dwight D. Eisenhower and Adlai Stevenson, Republican and Democratic candidates for president of the United States. Broadcast over the Columbia Broadcasting System.

National City, Calif. views [graphic]

Photographs show the first residence in National City (Frank Kimball) with a bicycle and carriage in front; the California Southern Railroad, later known as the Santa Fe Depot; the wharf built by Kimball Bros., an overhead view of the business...

National City Kimball House Ephemera

The Kimball brothers – Frank, Warren, and Levi – were early visionary leaders of National City, the second oldest city in San Diego County which was incorporated on September 17, 1887. Originally part of the 26,000-acre El Rancho de la...

National Coalition for Japanese American Redress (NCJAR) class action litigation trial records

Collection consists of the trial papers of the National Coalition for Japanese American Redress (NCJAR) class action litigation. Materials were collected by Jack and Aiko Herzig....

National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research Collection

The working files for the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research came directly from the Karen Lebacqz and was contained in one file cabinet and several boxes. The boxes contained 3-ring binders primarily...

National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies records

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, statements, pamphlets, serial issues, and photographs relating to attempts to organize and secure international agreement for a civilian relief program for Norway, Finland, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Poland during World War II.

National Committee to Aid Victims of German Fascism records

Letters, documents, leaflets, clippings created by the National Committee to Aid Victims of German Fascism in New York in 1933. Organized by Workers International Relief in 1933 following the accession to power of Adolf Hitler in Germany, its aim was...

National Conference of Christians and Jews Records

The documents the organization's social, financial, and political activities from the late 60's to the mid 1970's. The majority of the material is devoted to the San Diego chapter's events, administration, and committee meetings. Documentation includes correspondence, professional diaries, biographical...

National Conference of the Chinese Churches in America Collection

Original papers (carbon copies, photocopy); transcripts of taped discussions; published proceedings; correspondence.

National Conference on Chinese American Studies (2nd : 1980 : San Francisco, Calif.) Papers presented at the National Conference on Chinese American Studies : San Francisco, Calif. : typescripts, 1980 Oct. 9-11.

Contains typescripts of papers on subjects covering various aspects of the experience of Chinese Americans from 1776 to 1980. Themes relate to their early roles in building America, community involvement and interactions with other ethnic groups, and political, social, economic,...

National Conservative Political Action Committee records

Correspondence, minutes, legal and financial records, and audiovisual material relating to election campaigns in the United States on behalf of conservative candidates.

National Council for Prevention of War. Western Office (San Francisco) records

Leaflets, pamphlets, press releases, and serial issues, relating to movements for peace, disarmament, preservation of American neutrality during World War II, and opposition to conscription and military training in educational institutions.

National Council of Jewish Women, Sacramento Section records

The National Council of Jewish Women – Sacramento Section was chartered in 1959. The administrative records of the volunteer organization include eight subseries: artifacts, club events, club records, finances, meeting minutes, photographs, publications and reports. The bulk of the material...

National Council of Jewish Women, San Francisco Section Records

The National Council of Jewish Women, San Francisco Section records document over a century of pioneering social welfare work for the betterment of women, children, and families.

National Council of La Raza Records

The collection contains board minutes, correspondence files, administrative files, internal memoranda, policy statements, contracts, project reports, evaluation files, videotapes, and audiotapes documenting the first 18 years of the history of the National Council of La Raza and its various components

National Council on Agricultural Life and Labor photographs.

Includes migrant farm workers and their children, their dwellings, rural housing, workers in fields, etc.

National Council on Agricultural Life and Labor Records

The National Council on Agricultural Life and Labor records, 1937-1967, consists of correspondence, notes, original outlines, printed materials, and clippings illustrating the founding of the National Citizens Council for Migrant Labor, and its evolution into the National Council on Agricultural...

National Defense Education Act, Counseling and Guidance Institutes, Records

Records include correspondence, applications, memoranda, papers presented, reports and general material relating to the institutes held in the summers of 1965 and 1966 and one workshop held in October 1967.

National Drinking Water Advisory Council collection

The collection consists of transcripts of the proceedings of twenty-two day meetings held in Washington, D.C.; San Francisco, Calif.; Boston, Mass.; DesPlaines, Ill.; Dallas, Texas; and Denver, Colorado and minutes of proceedings from five meetings.

National Education Association of the United States issuances

Reports, brochure, and chronology, relating to international conferences sponsored by the National Education Association, and to other international activities of the organization. Includes some reports issued by other organizations.

National Emergency Council report

Relates to an assessment of federal government programs to promote economic recovery in the United States in 1935.

National forests in California : oral history transcript / and related material, 1963-1965.

As regional forester, U.S. Forest Service, in charge of California national forests, discusses the development and operation of the Civilian Conservation Corps, recreation use of national forests, and relations between the Forest Service and the U.S. National Park Service, particularly...

National Free Clinic Council Collection

Correspondence, bylaws, reports, contractual agreements, newsletters, memoranda, financial documents, evaluation form, articles of incorporation, and mailing lists from the San Francisco-based National Free Clinic Council (NFCC), 1970-1974. Guided by the principle that "health care is a right, not a privilege,"...

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force Collection of Media Reports on Same-sex Marriage, 2004 General Election

Newspaper clippings and printouts of articles on posted to newspaper and other media websites ("WebClips") documenting the political battle over constitutional amendments banning same-sex marriage put before voters in 11 states (Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio,...

National Gay and Lesbian Task Force records

The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force (currently the National LGBTQ Task Force) is an American non-profit organization focused on building, supporting and educating a grassroots community around LGBTQ rights and causes. This collection contains photocopies of administrative documents and...

National Gay Rights Advocates Collection

Clippings, press releases, correspondence, donor records, newsletters, informational pamphlets, financial records, annual reports, and study reports documenting activities of the National Gay Rights Advocates (NGRA), 1985-1990. The NGRA was a public interest law firm "created [in 1978] to expand and...

National Gay Rights Advocates Records

This collection contains records from the National Gay Rights Association (NGRA), a membership-supported, nonprofit, public-interest law firm. The bulk of the collection consists of NGRA’s office files, which were arranged alphabetically by topic.

National Geographic Society, Palomar Observatory Sky Survey (NGS-POSS) Photographs

This collection consists of photographs from the National Geographic Society – Palomar Observatory Sky Survey (NGS-POSS). From 1948 to 1958 astronomers at the California Institute of Technology's Palomar Observatory used a 48-inch Schmidt Telescope to create this sky survey, at...

National Guard Records

A collection of national guard records from the B Co. 184th Infantry, 40th Division; 1st Battalion Headquarters Co., Infantry, 40th Division; Regimental Headquarters Co., Infantry 40th Division.

National Hispanic Media Coalition subject files

The National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC)is a non profit organization formed to improve the image and employment of Hispanic Americans in all facets of the media industry and to advocate for media and telecommunications policies that benefit the Latino community....

National Housing Exposition scrapbook

The Pan-Pacific Auditorium, originally located at 7600 West Beverly Boulevard in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles, was designed by Plummer, Wurderman and Becket and financed by a commmittee led by Clifford W. Henderson and his brother Phillip. The National...

National Industrial Conference proceedings

Relates to industrial labor relations.

National Industrial Conference records

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, charts, and printed matter, relating to industrial labor relations. Card file drawers at the Hoover Institution Library & Archives describe this collection.

National Institute of Art and Disabilities poster collection.

Received in conjunction with the National Institute of Art and Disabilities records (BANC MSS 2004/236).

National Institute of Art and Disabilities records, circa 1974-2002.

The collection contains files on shows, events, meetings and conferences, publications, and audiotapes. There are also board minutes. scrapbooks, articles, and newspaper clippings.

National Japanese American Student Relocation Council records

Correspondence, reports, case files, minutes, and questionnaires, relating to the placement of interned Japanese American students in colleges and universities in the U.S. during World War II.

National Jewish Hospital miscellany, 1915 and 1967-1968.

Collection consists of mostly ephemeral materials from the National Jewish Hospital in Denver, Colorado, including brochures, articles, and newsletters. Especially noteworthy is a nicely illustrated 1915 brochure.

National Land for People Collection

National Land for People, founded primarily by George Ballis and Berge Bulbulian, was a grassroots organization most active in California in the 1970s and 1980s, concerned with a number of environmental factors, most notably federal irrigation water use restrictions and...

National Lawyers Guild AIDS Network Records

This collection consists of publications, position papers, correspondence, and files on particular issues with which the National Lawyers Guild AIDS Network had been involved. The two main issues documented in this collection are HIV in prisons, and immigration of...

National Lawyers Guild photograph collection [graphic]

Chiefly portraits and images relating to Robert W. Kenny. Also includes National Lawyers Guild banquets and other group portraits.

National Lawyers Guild Records

National Lawyers Guild Records, 1936-1999, contains the organizations founding documents and annual convention records; national, regional and chapter publications, amicus briefs, and executive, legal and committee documents and correspondence. Also, eighteen NLG attorney's correspondence, legal case and office files. Reports...

National League of American Pen Women, Sacramento Branch records

The collection is composed of the NLAPW Sacramento Chapter's scrapbooks, photographs, musical works, publications, membership invitations, member Christmas cards, correspondence, newspaper clippings, meeting minutes, programs, and reports, poems and art, legal files, scholarship letters, sponsored events, member information, and business...

National League of Families of American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia miscellany

Electronic bulletins, and bracelets representing American servicemen taken prisoner or missing during the Vietnamese War.

National Lectureship of Churches of Christ Recordings

The National Lectureship of Churches of Christ is an annual lecture series with fellowship and preaching for predominantly African American Church of Christ congregations. This collection includes recordings of the sermons from the National Lectureship in 1960. Some of the...

National Lesbian Conference records

The National Lesbian Conference was the first and only of its kind, attempting to set a national lesbian activist agenda. The event took place in Atlanta, Georgia in 1991 and drew over 2,500 registered attendees. The gathering was comprised of...

National Lesbian Feminist Organization Records

The National Lesbian Feminist Organization (NLFO) was founded in 1978 as a grassroots organization in order to "act on a feminist platform which deals with the oppression of lesbians in all its manifestations,including but not limited to discrimination based on...

National Liberation Front (Yemen) issuances

Reports, minutes, and resolutions, relating to activities of the National Liberation Front and the Yemen Civil War.

National Management of High-Energy Physics Facilities Papers

Memoranda, letters, and a background paper by Panofsky prepared for a meeting of University Presidents concerning national management of high-energy physics facilities; correspondents include Frederick Seitz, president of the National Academy of Sciences, and Edwin M. McMillan of the Lawrence...

National March for Lesbian/Gay Rights Records

Clippings, flyers, pamphlets, logistical information, mass mailings, lists of names, correspondence, and planning records for the National March for Lesbian/Gay Rights in San Francisco on July 15, 1984.

National March On Washington Committee for Lesbian and Gay Rights Records

This collection contains records from the National Committee for the 1987 March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. They were donated by Judy Greenspan, who was the National Logistics Coordinator for the march. The bulk of the collection contains...

National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights Collection

Correspondence, posters, flyers, programs, press releases, clippings, photographs, calendars, schedules, financial records and organizing kits that document the proceedings and efforts of March on Washington committees and other participating groups in the preparatory interval preceding the march, as well as...

National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights Flag

A small flag carried at the 1979 National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. The flag was carried by Ken Pasek. According to Pasek, the flag was originally stapled on a small wooden pole. The flag reads, “October...

National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights Records

Records created or collected by the Los Angeles March on Washington Committee regarding the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights, 1978-1979. The National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights was a grassroots effort to bring...

National Maritime Museum Association photographs

The National Maritime Museum Association photographs (P93-057, SAFR 24436) consists of photographic prints and slides produced or compiled by the Association in the 1980s....

National Maritime Museum Association Records

The National Maritime Museum Association records, 1954-1993, (SAFR 09756, HDC 1026) is arranged into three series: Balclutha, Logbooks and Miscellaneous documents. Items include the Bill of Sale for BALCLUTHA; "Ship's," "Watchmen's" and "Smooth" logs, written by the Museum's crew of...

National Model United Nations Records

The collection consists of items collected by Professor Moore from his years as Cal Poly Pomona's NMUN advisor. The collection includes awards, photographs, notes from the conferences, course materials and memos from the program.

National Network of Hispanic Women archives

The National Network of Hispanic Women was a non-profit corporation founded in 1980 dedicated to the identification and advancement of Hispanic women for positions of leadership in the public and private sectors. This organization was founded by Sylvia Castillo, the...

National Network of Libraries of Medicine (U.S.) Pacific Southwest Region Records

Collection contains the records of NN/LM PSR since its formation in 1969. Includes annual reports, chronological files, newsletters and other publications, and operational files. Contains no personnel records or files on confidential actions. Budget files are on a 10-year retention...

National New Orleans Memorial Fund Collection

Financial statements, medical service receipts, correspondence, articles, flyers, eulogy texts, clippings, photograph, donation records and other material from the National New Orleans Memorial Fund (NNOMF), 1973-1974. The NNOMF was established in Los Angeles in 1973 to provide medical assistance and...

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration collection of SDS 930 material

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) collection of SDS 930 documentation and tapes consists of printed materials, data stored on magnetic tapes, and software on paper tapes. The collection ranges in date from 1961 to 1994. About half of...

National Orange Show collection

This collection contains documents, memorabilia, newspaper clippings and other material pertaining to the National Orange Show held annually in San Bernardino, CA. Includes newspaper clippings about the National Orange Show from the San Bernardino Sun and other local newspapers, photographs...

National Organization for Women, Berkeley Chapter (Maryjean Suelzle collection of)

Maryjean Suelzle's Collection of National Organization for Women (NOW), Berkeley Chapter Files contains correspondence, bylaws, organization information, meeting materials, conference and workshop materials, speeches, papers, notes, newsletters, brochures, flyers, posters, articles, and newsclippings. The collection includes conference papers from "Women:...

National Organization for Women (NOW), San Diego Chapter Records

The collection documents local civil rights; commerce and manufacturing; higher education; special education; family life; local government and politics; state government and politics; national government and politics; health services; law and legal profession; organized labor; women-in business; women-in government and...

National Organization for Women, San Fernando Valley Chapter files (Elizabeth Jetter collection of)

Elizabeth Jetter's Collection of San Fernando Valley Chapter of National Organization of Women (NOW) Files contains correspondence, bylaws, organization information and guidelines, meeting minutes, conference and workshop materials, speeches, papers, notes, newsletters, brochures, flyers, articles, and newsclippings. The collection includes...

National Organization for Women San Joaquin County Chapter Archives

The papers of the San Joaquin County of California Chapter of NOW. Including clippings, correspondence, reports, newsletters, promotional material, and ephemera.

National Organization for Women, San José/South Bay Chapter Records

This collection consists of administrative files, correspondence, publicity, outreach, publications, reports and photographs of the San Jose/South Bay chapters of the National Organization for Women. It is arranged into two series: Administrative Files, 1971-2007; and Outreach and Publicity, 1971-2005.

National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP) records

The National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP) is a professional organization comprised of scientific, technical, education, engineering, and math professionals who are members of the LGBTQ community. They advocate for employment equality and professional freedom,...

National Organization of Lesbians and Gays Records

Articles of incorporation, bylaws, meeting minutes, flyers, clippings, resolutions, proposals, policy statements, correspondence, conference program, conference proceedings, petition form, legislation information, and other material documenting activities of the National Organization of Lesbians and Gays (NOLAG), 1981-1982. NOLAG was formed in...

The National Park Service and Civilian Conservation Corps : oral history transcript / and related material, 1961-1963.

Evison's comments on work as supervisor of state park emergency conservation work (CCC) and as chief information officer of the U.S. National Park Service; and Drury's discussion of administration and policy in the National Park Service while he was director....

National Park Service Interviews : transcripts, 1962 Sept. - Dec.

Interviews of officials, active and retired, associated primarily with the Western Regional Office and with western national parks (Yellowstone, Yosemite, Sequoia, Kings Canyon, Death Valley, etc.). Conductd by Herbert Evison. Interviewees include Thomas J. Allen, Harold C. Bryant, Blanton Clement,...

The national parks, 1965 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1965-1973.

Comments on career in the U.S. National Park Service as attorney, superintendent of various parks, associate director, and director; problems of park protection, congressional relations, etc. Photographs inserted. Appended: photocopies of texts of speeches and statements, letters and othe documentary...

National parks in Canada [graphic]

Landscape and wilderness views from the following parks: Banff National Park, Waterton Lakes National Park, and Kootenay National Park.

National Peace Garden records

The Records of the National Peace Garden span the years 1985-2002. The Records are organized into five series: Board Records, Public Relations, Design Competition, Catalano Design & Collaboration, and Royston Design & Collaboration. Within these series, subseries have been organized...

National Planning Association printed material

Relates to China's requirements for immediate relief needs and long-range economic reconstruction.

National Propaganda Collection

The National Propaganda Collection, 1933-1947 (bulk 1937-1940), documents English-language propaganda directed towards the United States in the years before, during, and after World War II. The records consist of pamphlets and booklets produced by or on behalf of Italy, Japan,...

National Public Radio (United States) sound recording

Recording of radio broadcast relating to political development in Cambodia under communism.

National Railroad Passenger Corporation / Amtrak : James L. Larson Operations and Planning Files

Reports, legal documents, and correspondence collected by Mr. Larson during his 25-year tenure with Amtrak as he served as Manager of Station Operations, Director of Personnel, Assistant Vice President of Administrative Staff, and Assistant Vice President of Contracts.

National Republic collection

The was a nationalist, anti-radical magazine, which focused on political affairs in the United States involving national security and communist activities. Originally titled , this magazine was published by the National Republic Publishing Co. in Washington, D.C. from March 1905...

National Republic records

Clippings, printed matter, pamphlets, reports, indices, notes, bulletins, lettergrams, weekly letters, and photographs relating to pacifist, communist, fascist, and other radical movements, and to political developments in the United States and the Soviet Union.

National Research Council (U.S.) Division of Medical Sciences bulletins

Relates to plans for the preparation of a medical history of World War II.

National Right to Work Committee issuances

The issuances of the National Right to Work Committee consist of newsletters, bulletins, leaflets, pamphlets, speeches, testimony, articles, and press releases relating to labor unions and right-to-work laws in the United States.

National Rosenberg Defence Committee records

Minutes, correspondence, press releases, circulated material, pamphlets, clippings, and a photograph relating to the espionage trial and execution of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.

National Sanctuary Defense Fund Records

The National Sanctuary Defense Fund was established in 1984 to raise funds for the legal defense of sanctuary workers and refugees from Central America. Immigrants from El Salvador and Guatemala in particular were arrested and indicted during the 1980s for...

National School Safety Center Records

The collection contains materials from the National School Safety Center (NSSC), an organization developed in partnership with Pepperdine University and the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice to provide resources to combat violence in schools. Materials in the collection include...

National School Walkout Demonstration poster collection

Four posters from the National School Walkout Demonstration held by Stanford students in front of Green Library on March 14, 2018....

National Security Committee records

Speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, agenda, minutes, financial records, press releases, and printed matter, primarily relating to legislative proposals to institute a peacetime military draft (the Universal Military Training program) in the United States.

National Socialism in Germany and the U.S. collection of material

Collection consists of pamphlets, newspapers, books, magazines, pictures, photographs, filmstrips, slides, ephemera, and objects relating to the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei in Germany and National Socialism in the United States. Includes handbills, posters, prints of watercolors by Adolf Hitler, SS banners,...

National Socialist League Collection

The collection consists of periodicals, correspondence, manuscripts, clippings, flyers, catalogs, brochures, subscription forms, greeting cards and mass mailings created by the National Socialist League (NSL) and other related organizations, 1928-2011. The NSL was a Los Angeles based organization of gay...

National Task Force on AIDS Prevention

This collection records document the establishment, development, and growth of the National Task Force on AIDS Prevention (NTFP), which grew out of the National Black and White Men Together AIDS Committee, to address education and prevention issues within multi-cultural and...

National Task Force on AIDS Prevention Records

The National Task Force on AIDS Prevention (NTFAP) records document the establishment, development, and growth of this nationally significant organization. It was originated to serve as an advocacy and outreach group specifically targeting gay men of color, a frequently under-served...

National Training Institute for Farmers' Organizations (NTIFO) certificates

Collection consists of certificates issued by Taiwan's National Training Institute for Farmers' Organizations.

National Transgender Library Collection

The National Transgender Library and Archive was the project of Dallas Denny, an Atlanta-based activist, writer, and organizer in the transgender community. This collection contains a wide range of transgender material, from popular representations of transgender people, to medical reports,...

National Travelers Aid Association records

The National Travelers Aid Assocation records consist primarily of papers and reports produced by the national association, and by the Wilmington office of the USO, in the 1940s and 1960s. Much of the material was collected by one of the...

National Union of Marine Cooks and Stewards Records

The National Union of Marine Cooks and Stewards (NUMCS) records documents union-related activity from the 1930s to the 1950s. The collection includes correspondence; files related to arbitration; War Labor and National Labor Relations Board cases; agreements with various companies; NUMCS...

National United Committee to Free Angela Davis records

The records of the National United Committee to Free Angela Davis consists overwhelmingly of support letters, most sent from East Germany and the Soviet Union, which the group used to demonstrate global opinion about her conspiracy trial in California. The...

National Vaccine Establishment broadside

Collection contains National Vaccine Establishment broadside which reads " ... at a board, holden on the 6th day of October, 1814. Resolved: that there be three classes of vaccinators, namely, stationary, extraordinary, and corresponding ..." Broadside is signed at end:...

National Venture Capital Association Venture Capital Oral History Project collection.

[1] James C. Blair -- [2] Walter J.P. Curley -- [3] Peter O. Crisp -- [4] William H. Draper III -- [5] Anthony B. Evnin -- [6] Alan Frazier -- [7] Edward F. Glassmeyer -- [8] C. Richard Kramlich --...

National Water Commission Records

Reports, research materials, legal papers, minutes, and correspondence of the Commission. Subjects include irrigation, desalting, water resource planning, water law, and water quality....

National Women's Political Caucus of Santa Clara County Chapter Records

This collection documents the Santa Clara County Chapter of the National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC), 1973-2002. It consists of administrative and financial records, publicity materials, campaign materials, ephemera and various documents related to other California NWPC chapters.

National Women's Suffrage Association photograph, late 19th century

One tintype of seven standing and seated women, unidentified, most holding books. Purchase Historic Collectible Auctions

National Writers' Union Records

This collection contains correspondence; memorandums; reports; notes; meeting minutes; resolutions; newsletters; budget and financial information; and other documents from the National Writers Union (NWU).

National Writing Project Records

This collection documents the growth and activities of the National Writing Project, a nationwide professional development network for teachers of writing, from its inception as the Bay Area Writing Project in 1974 to its programs in 2014. Collection material includes...

National-demokratische Partei Deutschlands syllabus

Relates to the curriculum of the National Democratic Party School for National Politics in Buckow, East Germany regarding the study of German history and political and economic conditions.

Nationale Rotterdamsche Courant memoranda

Summaries by correspondents of the Dutch newspaper of press conferences held to provide guidelines for Dutch newspaper publication in the German-occupied Netherlands, 1941.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Aussenpolitisches Amt. mimeograph

Relates to foreign press coverage of Nazi Party Day in 1937.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Gau Berlin miscellaneous records

Correspondence, memoranda, circulars, ordinances, and petitions, relating to Nazi activities in Berlin, the defection of Walter Stennes and others from the Sturmabteilung in 1931, party discipline, and petitions for amnesty.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Hauptamt fur Volksgesundheit miscellaneous records

Reports and correspondence relating to the administration of the Berlin-Weissensee Hospital and to the political reliability of its personnel.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Hitlerjugend memoranda

Memoranda, entitled "Einfluss der H. J. auf die Jugend" and "Wie Ich die H. J. Sah und Erlebte," by an unknown member of the Hitlerjugend, relating to Hitlerjugend activities in Germany.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei miscellaneous records

Correspondence, memoranda, office files, propaganda, miscellanea, sound recordings, flags, and memorabilia, relating to national socialism in Germany. Includes photocopies of documents located at the U.S. Berlin Document Center, relating to Nazi party activities and to Heinrich Himmler; recordings of speeches...

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Oberstes Parteigericht dossiers

Relates to personal data on members of the Nazi Party. Photocopy.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Reichsorganisationsamt. Hauptabteilung Hilfskasse reports

Relates to numbers of injuries and fatalities among Nazi Party members, including details of the circumstances of each fatality.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Reichsorganisationsamt issuances

Directives, notices, and regulations, relating to party administration and personnel matters.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Reichspressestelle. Amt Parteipresse miscellaneous records

Correspondence, memoranda, directives, press releases, clippings, and serial issues, relating to the editorial direction of national socialist newspapers in Germany, and to general political conditions. Includes correspondence of national socialist newspapers outside Berlin with their Berlin editors.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Reichsschatzmeister correspondence

Relates to the granting of Goldene Ehrenzeichen awards to individuals for distinguished service to the party.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Schutzstaffel. Sicherheitsdienst miscellaneous records

Lessons, exercises, and other instructional material, relating to the training of German police officers in the Sicherheitsdienst in both political and criminal police work.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Schutzstaffel. SS- und Polizeifuhrer im Distrikt Galizien typescript

Relates to Nazi persecution of Jews in Polish Galicia during World War II. Photocopy.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Stellvertreter des Fuhrers. Stab. Abteilung M miscellaneous records

Directives, memoranda, and correspondence, relating to German refugees from the Saarland and miscellaneous administrative matters.

Nationalsozialistische deutsche Arbeiter-Partei. Sturmabteilung miscellaneous records

Regulations, relating to internal administration of the Sturmabteilung, and a visitor's book for Sturmabteilung headquarters in Berlin.

Native American Activism and Subject File Collection

This collection contains newspapers, magazines, newsletters, flyers, leaflets, books, and other documents related to Native American activism and history from 1939-early 1990s. Included are issues of "Treaty Council News", "Anthropological Records"; and "Wounded Knee Bulletin"; as well as documents and...

Native American Alumni Oral Histories

This collection contains oral history interviews primarily with Native American alumni of Stanford University, as well as with staff and community members. Interviews include audio recordings and transcripts; some may also have video recordings available....

Native American Art and Artist Ephemera Collection

This collection consist of brochures, programs, and promotional material created throughout the 20th and early 21st centuries by museums, non-profit organizations, community centers, and art galleries that focus on Native American artists, artwork, music, and performances.

Native American Arts Alliance records

Exhibit files, correspondence, publications, photographs, video, cassette tapes, etc. Of particular importance are the papers relating to the group's exhibits at the Venice Biennale ("Ceremonial" in 1999, "Umbilicus" in 2001, and "Pellerossasogna -- The Shirt" in 2003).

[Native American baskets from the Marsh family papers].

Native American baskets made by groups from various California and Arizona regions, including areas associated with Pima, Papago, Yuman, Klamath River, Maidu and Pomo peoples. Some possibly crafted for the tourist trade.

Native American Clippings Collection

Newspaper and magazine clippings on Native American education, economics, and rights, collected in 1967 and 1968. Some clippings focus on California.

Native American Collection, late 19th c.-early 20th c

Artificial collection of prints, negatives, and albums. Covers social life and customs of native peoples primarily in California and the Southwest, but also the northwest (Spokane, Washington from 1891-1905) and the Dakota Territory.

[Native American commercial postcard album].

Album containing chiefly color commercial postcards depicting Native Americans of various tribes and locations throughout the United States. Includes many portraits.

Native American glass slide collection, 1880s-1890s

33 glass slides (positives), a few duplicates, mainly Hunkpapa and Lakota Sioux. Also one Hopi and two Ute. [expand].

Native American Heritage Commission Records

The records of the Native American Heritage Commission and its predecessors, the California Indian Assistance Program, document California's efforts to address Native American concerns and issues in California. This record group contains 17.5 cubic feet of textual and photographic records...

Native American lithographs, circa 1928, circa 1933, circa 1934

Three color lithographs for the Santa Fe Railroad, entitled "The Blanket," (c1928), "The Smoke Ceremony" (c1933), "The Chant" (c1934). Oversize boxed. Alpha list.

Native American photographs

Thirteen uncaptioned black-and-white photographs mounted on black paper of Native Americans in an undetermined location, most likely the Great Plains.

Native American portrait paintings /

Two portraits of Mandans; Manchsi-Karede and Hoto Kaveh Ho. One of these portraits has also been identified as "A Blackfoot Indian with medicine pipe."

Native American Poster Collection

Collection consists of 23 posters pertaining to Native American education, health and music.

Native American Publications

This collection consists of over 100 different newspapers, newsletters, magazines, and other Indigenous publications from the United States and Canada. The publications in this collection represent both national and local communities; and contain news, events, elections, education, and other noteworthy...

Native American Publications collection

This collection includes an assortment of single issues and partial runs of newspapers, newsletters and related correspondence, press releases, handbooks, and ephemera published by Native American community organizations, non-profits, and activist groups....

Native American stereoviews, circa 1890s-1900

Eight stereoviews, some color lithographs. .05 linear feet (1 folder).

Native American Student Programs records (University of California, Riverside)

This collection contains fliers, pamphlets, and other material regarding Native American Student Programs (NASP) at the University of California, Riverside which serves students of Native American descent and heritage. Primarily contains information about NASP related events.

Native American Tribal Sovereignty collection

Materials related to Native American Tribal Sovereignty, particularly in relation to interactions with the United States government.

Native Americans of the Southwest.

Includes photos of men, women, and children, primarily Hopi. Some appear to have been taken on Vroman's 1895 trip to the Walpi Pueblo.

Native Californian photograph collection

This collection contains prints of photographs from the National Anthropological Archives of the Smithsonian Institution of various indigenous peoples from California. Photographs in the collection depict members of various tribes, tribal housing and artifacts, and the local environment.

A native daughter's leadership in education, College of Notre Dame, Belmont, Calif., 1956-1980 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1982-1984.

Family, childhood, early education, the Sisters of Notre Dame, presidency of the College of Notre Dame, the college and contemporary social issues; also included: annual catalogs for the College of Notre Dame and supporting documentation.

A native daughter's leadership in public affairs : transcript, 1974.

Interviews conducted 1974 by Gabrielle Morris for the Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library. Introduction by Winifred Heard. Copies of photographs and documentary material included. Recollections of growing up in Berkeley; student days at University of California, 1914-1918; work for...

Native Daughters of the Golden West collection

Collection includes a centennial history of the organization, two songbooks, multiple magazine issues, programs and 1 photograph. The magazine was published regularly by the Native Sons of the Golden West beginning in May 1907 and served as the official publication...

Native Daughters of the Golden West. Ivy Parlor No. 88 (Lodi, Calif.) Scrapbooks

$aThe Native Daughters of the Golden West, Ivy Parlor (Lodi, Calif.) Collection consists of two scrapbooks of clippings describing activities of Ivy Parlor No.88 of Native Daughters of the Golden West, Lodi, Calif. (1896-1957)....

Native Daughters of the Golden West, Parlor 278 Collection

The Native Daughters of the Golden West, Parlor 278 Collection documents the interests, activities, and accomplishments of the Wilmington area organization, primarily between 1950 and 1980. The collection consists of administrative records, programming information, and photographic prints.

Native Daughters of the Golden West, Santa Cruz Parlor no.26, Records

This collection consists of the minute books, roll books and cash books of the Santa Cruz Parlor no.26.

Native Daughters of the Golden West, Santa Rosa Parlor, No. 217, scrapbooks, 1965-1970

This collection contains five decorative scrapbooks from 1965 through 1970 created by members of the Native Daughters of the Golden West Parlor 217 (Santa Rosa, California). Scrapbooks include newspaper clippings, organizational activities, parlors specific publicity, historical articles about Santa...

Native Daughters of the Golden West, Vallejo Parlor No. 195 records, 1916-1979.

Contains seven bound ledgers of meeting minutes, membership dues, and attendence records of the Vallejo Parlor No. 195 of the Native Daugthers of the Golden West.

Native Media Resource Center / Peggy Berryhill Bay Area Native radio collection

Audiotape reels, audiocassettes, digital audiotape (DAT), and minidiscs from the Native Media Resource Center and Peggy Berryhill radio broadcasts. Material ranges in date from 1974 to 2001, and includes correspondence and radio program pamphlets

Native Panamanian photograph collection

The collection consists of 25 photographs of indigenous people from the Darién Gap region of Panama, taken in the early 20th century. Photographs in the collection depict Guna and Embera-Wounaan (also known as Chocó) people, both posed for portraits as...

Native Sons of the Golden West

This collection is comprised primarily of minutes, record books, and financial ledgers. These relate to the Native Sons Hall Association, the Sacramento Parlor, the Sutter Fort Parlor, the Sunset Parlor, the Oakpark Parlor, and the Native Sons of the Golden...

Native Sons of the Golden West California Admission Day parade [graphic]

Street scenes of a parade, possibly in Sacramento or San Francisco. Also, group portraits of NSGW chapters and night views of illuminated streets and buildings (including the State Capitol?)

Native Sons of the Golden West, Dolores Parlor #208 minutes, 1909-1924.

Official records of parlor's weekly meetings, except for period in 1918 because of the influenza epidemic. Includes resolution on the "Japanese Menace," and the need for laws regarding narcotic use and trafficking.

Native Sons of the Golden West ribbons and badges, 1884-1931.

Ribbons and badges from various NSGW (and one Native Daughters') Admission Day and other celebrations.

Native Voices Archives

Materials consist of audiovisual and sound recordings of NV theatrical plays, playwright retreats, and play festivals, in addition to panel discussions, question-and-answer sessions, and interviews pertaining to NV productions....

Natoma vineyard views, Calif. [graphic] /

Includes views of Natoma vineyard (the residence of B.N. Bugbey), with people in foreground and houses visible in the distance.

Natoma Water and Mining Company Letterpress Book

Letterpress book of correspondence, dated between July and December of 1882.

Natomas Company of California photographs

The collection consists of photographs showing various scenes on Natomas Company of California lands in the Sacramento Valley. Photographs in the collection include views of irrigation farming, dredging, drilling, canals, levees, etc., in parts of Reclamation District 1000(Sacramento County), Reclamation...

Natsumeda Family Granada Camp Collection

This collection includes a Buddhist Sunday service program and a Granada incarceration camp directory. All of the materials in this collection are digitized and available online.

Natsyianal'na-demakratychnaia partyia belarusi records

Programmatic statements, internal circulated material, correspondence, and election campaign literature, relating to political conditions in Belarus.

Natural Colored Wool Growers Association Records.

Records related to the foundation and operation of the Natural Colored Wool Growers Association (NCWGA). Includes: correspondence; membership lists; minutes; account books; an extensive set of NCWGA publications; and publications with articles related to the NCWGA's work.

Natural Communities Coalition collection

A collection of ephemera and publications pertaining to Orange County nature reserves, wildlife and environmental efforts collected by the Natural Communities Coalition. The collection also includes over six-hundred slides and a birder's diary belonging to amateur photographer Russell E. Wilson.

Natural History Foundation of Orange County records

This collection contains records from the Natural History Foundation of Orange County. Materials include exhibit planning documents, programs, publicity, articles, and museum task force records.

Natural Reserve System records (University of California, Riverside)

This collection contains correspondence, reports, and other material regarding the University of California (UC) Natural Reserve System, a network of protected natural areas throughout California that are administered by UC. Primarily includes material pertaining to the University of California, Riverside...

Natural Resource Management Records

The collection is comprised of records generated by National Park Service staff, primarily duty-stationed at Yosemite National Park, concerning the management of natural resources in the park during the years 1912 to 2012, with the bulk occurring between 1960 and...

Nature and Culture Program Records

Correspondence, course descriptions, program requirements, reports, flyers, and posters created by the Nature and Culture Program.

Nature scenes in the western United States /

Scenes in the Glacier Peak wilderness, Washington state, California, and the desert Southwest (Colorado River and Grand Canyon). Some photographs dated 1940 and 1941.

Naturopathy collection

Materials dealing with the anti-fluoridation campaign, natural food and nutrition, natural healing and anti-organized medicine....

Nauchno-issledovatel'skii institut truda Zapadno-sibirskii filial records

Studies, reports, conference proceedings, statistics, and publications, relating to social and economic conditions and labor in Siberia.

Nauchnyi kommunizm: komplekt tablits i diagramm: portfolio of graphs and charts

Relates to Soviet demographic and economic change in the twentieth century.

Naugle, Muard M. (First World War correspondence)

This collection contains one letter from Muard M. Naugle, USN aboard the USS New York to his future wife Oleta Bardo during the First World War.

Nauheimer Kreis newsletters

Relates to proposals for the reunification and neutralization of Germany.

Naumov (Aleksandr Nikolaevich) typescript

Relates to political conditions in Russia during the reign of tsar Nicholas II and during the Russian Revolution and Civil War.

Naumov (Evgenii) papers

Memoirs, church history, identification documents, and medals, relating to the Pol'skaia avtokefal'naia pravoslavnaia tserkov'.

Nautilus (bark) logbook

The NAUTILUS (bark) logbook (SAFR 14269, HDC 59) consists of a single volume and contains a nearly daily record of James Lamoureaux Pangburn's long voyage around Cape Horn to the California gold fields in 1849. It seems that a company...

Nava (Julian) Collection

Julian Nava was born and raised in East Los Angeles, was one of the first Mexican-American graduates of Pomona College, and one the first Mexican-American doctoral students at Harvard University. He had a distinguished career as a professor of history...

Nava (Julian) Papers

Julian Nava's career has combined civic involvement and teaching in the United States and in Venezuela, Colombia, Puerto Rico, and Spain. He served as the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico—he was the first Mexican American appointed to this position—and on the...

Nava (Michael) Papers

Michael Nava (1954- ) was the deputy city attorney for the City of Los Angeles (1981-84) before starting his own private law practice. He has also published many books. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, proofs, notes, calendars, memorabilia, photographs,...

Navajo and Hopi Indian Relocation Commission reports : Flagstaff, Ariz., 1988 Jan. 4-May 27.

Contains: memoranda reports concerning estimates for clients' relocation benefits and source of funds for same; types of government funds used to acquire clients' replacement homes; relocation program information and statistics; new lands chronology. All are issued by David Shaw-Serdar and...

Navajo expedition papers, 1858-1894.

Correspondence, reports, sketch maps and other documents concerning the U.S. Army campaign against the Navajo tribe in 1858-1859. Documents originally from files of the Adjutant General's Office, the U.S. Army, the Dept. of New Mexico and the Secretary of War.

[Navajo indian portraits].

"Noted medicine man" Hosteen Badugai -- "A noted gentleman" Hosteen Joe -- a man wrapped in a blanket captioned as "Half breed Navajo chief" -- "Navajo shepherdess" ("Hosteen Joe's number one wife...") -- "Charlie Ten Strike".

[Navajo Lutheran Mission photograph album of student life].

Photograph album documenting student life and other activities at Navajo Lutheran Mission (aka Rock Point Mission) in Rock Point, Arizona. Includes numerous formal school portraits of individual pupils -- most identified by full name -- and snapshots of daily activities...

Navajo Relief Scrapbook

This is a scrapbook created by Paul Coze regarding Navajo relief actions between 1947 and 1948. It contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, and has one photograph on the cover. Paul Coze was the secretary for the Pasadena chapter of the Navajo...

Navajo Translation of the Book of Luke

This is a carbon copy of a typed manuscript of the Book of Luke from the Bible, translated into Navajo.

Navajo Translation of the Marine Corps Hymn

This collection includes a typed copy of the Marine Corps Hymn in English. This copy of the Hymn was translated into Navajo by Private First Class Jimmie K. King and also includes a letter to Frederick Webb Hodge from Philip...

Navajo Victory (victory ship) logbooks and documents

Navajo Victory (victory ship) logbooks and documents (SAFR 18647, HDC0566) includes 8 logbooks covering voyages in 1967 and 1968. Two of the volumes show spare parts lists. Additionally there are visitor passes, stationary, assorted documents, certificates and ephemera. The collection...

Navajo Vocabulary

This is a small, bound notebook containing handwritten Navajo words arranged alphabetically with English equivalents, recorded by L. R. Paxton, possibly in the early 1880s. L. R. Paxton was a trader in northern Arizona in the early 1880s. His daughter...

Naval Order of the United States Southwest Commandery Business Records

The Naval Order of the United States (NOUS) was founded in 1890 by Charles Calhoun Philbrook, Charles Frederick Bacon Philbrook, and Franklin Senter Frisbie, as a hereditary organization in the United States for members of the American sea services. Its...

Naval Photos, circa 1900

Two b/w mounted prints of unidentified boats, ca. 1900.

Naval review photos

Album of 16 photomechanical prints--specifically, collotypes--of ships of the Royal Navy, drawn up for review at Spithead, June 26, 1897, to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee.

Naval Weapons Station Collection

Materials concerning the Weapon’s Station clean-up. Also contains a letter concerning the Cultural Inventory of the Weapon’s Station.

Navarro (Bob) papers

The papers of broadcast journalist Bob Navarro, who spent 38 years covering news at KCBS and KNBC in Los Angeles and Sacramento. The collection includes Navarro's writings, photographs, family memorabilia, collected publications, and other material. Navarro also worked as a...

Navarro (Paul) collection

Sound recordings of interviews and printed matter, relating to the Partido Comunista del Perú (Patria Roja or Red Nation). Includes pamphlets, serial issues and programmatic statements by the party; some material relating to other Maoist parties in Peru; and a...

Navigation logbook and instructions

The Navigation logbook and instructions collection (SAFR 14029, HDC 113) is comprised of one hardcover navigation logbook and a smaller booklet without a cover of instructions. The logbook records an unidentified vessel's voyages from San Francisco to Tahiti, and a...

Navigation practice journal and Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) logbook

The Navigation practice journal and Star of Finland (built 1899; bark, 3m) logbook (SAFR 14031, HDC 114) contains figures for chronometer and azimuth readings, parallel sailing, mercator sailing, great circle sailing, middle latitude sailing and time conversion dating from 1896....

Navy and military views, auto racing at Bonneville, agriculture near Salinas, and others [graphic]

Views relating to the navy and the military include ships, sailors, early construction at Fort Ord, the ship Star of England, signs from a ship in Japanese and English, etc. Views of auto racing at the Bonneville Salt Flats show...

Navy Public Works Collection

The collection contains records from the Navy Public Works Office in San Diego, including projects throughout Southern California.

Navy V-12 Program Archives, UC Berkeley

Includes contracts, curricula and schedules in various departments, enrollement data, student records, tests, and budgets.

Nawratowicz (Barbara) papers

Broadcast scripts, memoranda, letters, clippings, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to Radio Free Europe broadcasts to Poland.

Naylor (Cal) Production Files

Production files for 18 shows of the 1981 television show, "Hill Street Blues" including the budget, location information, cast and crew, production reports, miscellaneous memos, and scripts. Also includes cast information, crew resumes, location information, budget estimates, and deal memos...

Naylor (Robert) correspondence

Relates to the airlift of Vietnamese children from Vietnam to California. Includes extract of draft and outline for a projected book by James Kolbe on the airlift.

Naylor (William E.) papers

The collection contains the research files of William Edward Naylor dating from 1969 to 1986 which document his work at the Network Measurement Center, as well as the development of the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET). It includes computer...

Nazarian (David) College of Business and Economics Records

The consists of the records of the college and previous business courses offered throughout CSUN's history. Records include correspondence, accreditation reports, annual reports, press releases, program brochures, event fliers, student association information, course information, and reports on the economy of...

[Nazi German soldier caricature : in front of a map of the Netherlands /

A shouting, scar-faced German soldier's head dominates the foreground, with his shadow cast over a map of the Netherlands in background.

Nazi Germany Photograph Collection, ca. early 1940s.

150+ black and white negatives primarily of German soldiers, Nazi officials, and Hitler Youth all in uniform. Many appear to be on parade or in the field. Includes two images of a plaque in Russian and German on "liberation from...

Nazraeli Press archive

This collection consists of the author correspondence files....

NBC Matinee Theater (Television Series) Collection of Scripts and Production Material

(October 1955-June 1958) was hosted by John Conte. The series featured some 7,000 actors in approximately 650 productions and was produced by Albert McCleery. The collection consists of scripts and production material for numerous episodes of the series .

NBC Symphony Orchestra recordings

This collection consists of the audio recordings of the NBC Symphony Orchestra.

NCAA Volunteers for Youth Records

Records include procedures, volunteer-youth match-up records, evaluations, applications, and newsletters.

N.E. Hanson recollections.

Original transcript in: California State Library.

Neal Dow notes, 1879, 1883, 1895

[General]. Three notes (ANS), responding briefly to notes from others. Portland, Maine, 1879, 1883, 1895.

Neal Harlow papers, approximately 1923-1986.

Collection includes annotated typescripts for three books written by Neal Harlow: The Maps of San Francisco Bay, 1769-1847 (Book Club of California, 1950); Maps and Surveys of the Pueblo Lands of Los Angeles (Dawson's Book Shop, 1976); and, Maps of...

Neale (Elaine) Collection

Elaine Neale was born and raised in Agoura, Calif. This collection includes land deeds, postcards, pamphlets, maps, news clippings, and photographs primarily related to the Neale family business, the Agoura Market, and longstanding local landmark Neale's oak tree.

Nealon (Jack) USC Cinema Historical Project papers

Collection consists of USC Cinema Historical Project materials compiled by researcher Jack Nealon.

Neaman (Elliot Yale) pamphlet collection

Relates primarily to international communism and socialism.

Near (Holly) collection

Holly Near (born 1949) is a feminist, queer musician and artist. Collection includes awards, ephemera, and some correspondence.

Neasham (Ralph) Family Typescript

Photocopy of a typescript (61 pages) entitled "A Trip from Camp Bidwell to Pennsylvania in 1886: The Journal of Ralph Neasham," edited and with an introduction by Ernest R. Neasham, April 1987. Mentions traveling on the Union Pacific and Central...

Neasham (Vernon Aubrey) papers

The Aubrey Neasham Collection is organized chronologically, and divided into eleven different series which reflect on his research and professional career. The first series consists of files created while Neasham was a student at UC Berkeley, including drafts of his...

Neasham, Vernon Aubrey Photographs from the Vernon Aubrey Neasham papers [graphic]

Photos from Columbia, Calif. including an office interior (possibly the Wells Fargo Express Office?), the home of John Wallace (taken in 1856), scene outside of the Gold Ore Saloon, and other views.

Nebeker (William Perry) Papers

Papers of Mormon pioneer William Perry Nebeker.

Nebel (Carlos) Lithographs

Mostly color, taken from illustrations by Carlos Nebel, of views of Mexico. Includes lithographs by Bayot. [ca. 1836-51]

Neblett, Carol (papers)

This collection includes a select number of professional files of opera singer and Opera Chapman artist-in-residence Carol Neblett.

Nectar Davidian papers : ms., [ca. 1964-1969].

Correspondence and material used in preparation of her booklet, The Seropians, and in the reprinting of Wilson D. Wallis' Fresno Armenians. Includes scrapbook of clippings of reviews.

Nederlandsche Artsenkamer and Nederlandsche Vereeniging van Ziekenfondsartsen notices

Relates to regulations concerning physicians in the German-occupied Netherlands during World War II. Issued by the Nederlandsche Artsenkamer and the Nederlandsche Vereeniging van Ziekenfondsartsen, Dutch physicians' associations.

Nederlandsche Kultuurkamer memoranda

Relates to activities of the Nederlandsche Kultuurkamer in the German-occupied Netherlands during World War II.

Nedzvetskii (Boris I.) papers

Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to the scouting organization Natsional'naia Organizatsiia Russkikh Razvedchikov, and to Russian refugees in the Philippines.

Nee (Thomas) Papers

The papers of Thomas Nee, conductor and University of California, San Diego emeritus professor of music, include correspondence and biographical materials related to his fifty years of classical and experimental music conducting.

Needham (Guy E.) papers

Diaries, letters, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to the United States Army Ambulance Service in France during World War I.

Needham (James Carson) papers

Correspondence, papers, speeches, and photographs relating to Needham's congressional career, his connections with the Newman Oil Company in the 1920's, and the Covered Wagon Babies Club (of which Needham was a founder).

Needham (Paul Robert) papers

Paul Robert Needham was a professor of zoology at the University of California, Berkeley from 1949 to 1963. The focus of his research and teaching was ichthyology and fisheries management. The collection includes general files relating to Needham's fisheries management...

Neff (Nat) papers

The Nat Neff papers contains material related to the planning of Orange County roads and highways.

Neff (Wallace) Collection

This collection contains the professional papers and architectural drawings of Los Angeles architect Wallace Neff (1895-1982), best known for designing elegant Spanish Colonial-revival homes for famous clients in Southern California in the 1920s and 1930s. In a career spanning over...

Neff (Wallace) Photograph Collection

This collection contains photographs, papers and published articles related to Los Angeles architect Wallace Neff (1895-1982) and his work designing residential and public buildings, primarily in Southern California, approximately 1913-1960s. The bulk of the collection consists of photographs of buildings,...

Neff (Wallace) photographs and postcards

The Wallace Neff photographs and postcards span 2 linear feet and date from circa 1925 to circa 1940. The collection is primarily composed of black-and-white photographs taken of the exteriors of various homes and civic buildings designed by Neff. Projects...

Negatives of photographic material collected for "Redwoods and reminiscences" by J.D. Grant [graphic]

Negatives of photographic material collected for "Redwooods and Reminiscences", a book edited by Lois Stone and published by Save the Redwoods League.

Negatives of Senator Alan MacGregor Cranston from the United States Senate Historical Office [graphic].

Photographs of Alan MacGregor Cranston taken during various functions and activities associated with his term as United States Senator for California.

Negatives of Senator John V. Tunney from the United States Senate Historical Office [graphic].

Photographs of John V. Tunney taken during various functions and activities associated with his term as United States Senator from California.

Negatives of Senator Thomas H. Kuchel from the United States Senate Historical Office [graphic].

Photographs of Thomas H. Kuchel taken during various functions and activities associated with his term as United States Senator for California.

Negatives of Senator William F. Knowland from the United States Senate Historical Office [graphic].

Photographs of William F. Knowland taken during various functions and activities associated with his term as United States Senator.

The Negro in California from 1781-1910: An Annoted Bibliography : and related materials. Los Angeles : typescript, 1944 Feb. 15.

The preface contains a short history of the role of the Negro in the discovery and the development of California. Indexed.

Negulesco (Jean and Dusty) papers

The Jean and Dusty Negulesco papers span the years 1900-1992 (bulk 1915-1992) and encompass approximately 64 linear feet of manuscripts, 17.5 linear feet of photographs, 40 posters, and 1,920 artworks. The collection consists of production material and scripts; scripts collected...

Nehalem (steam schooner) logbook

The Nehalem (steam schooner) logbook (SAFR 16499, HDC 221) was kept by mate Eric Rignell in 1924. He recorded the weather, climate, seas, location and times between San Francisco, Gray's Harbor and San Pedro. This item is available for use...

Nehemiah Cleaveland correspondence with and about Henry Durant, 1852-1860.

Contains letter from Henry Durant, Byfield, Mass., Dec. 12, 1852; portion of a letter from Henry W. Cleaveland; letter from John Payne Cleaveland to Nehemiah Cleaveland, 1853 Mar. 8 (6 p. AL ; 25 cm. [incomplete]); and letter from Henry...

Neher (H. Victor) papers

The papers of H. Victor Neher (1904-1999), Caltech professor of physics, 1931-1970. Neher was one of Caltech's early PhDs in physics. He belonged to Robert A. Millikan's cosmic-ray research group at Caltech for 20 years and served on the Caltech...

Neher (Wilna) photograph collection

The Wilna Neher photograph collection, 1890-1906, (SAFR 24820, P77-021) is comprised of photographs of ABBY PALMER (built 1893; bark, 4m) and VINCENNES (built 1900; bark, 3m) as well as waterfront views at Sydney Australia, and Honolulu, Hawaii. The collection has...

Nehrbas (Laura Belle Crandall) memorabilia

Relates to the Women's Overseas Service League, an organization of women veterans of World War I war work abroad.

Nehru (Jawaharlal) speech

Relates to American-Indian relations. Speech delivered in San Francisco.

Neigborhood Preservation Ordinance : documenting a community in action.

Papers collected by Martha Nicoloff and Kenneth Hughes, documenting efforts leading to the adoption of Berkeley's Neighborhood Preservation Ordinance by initiative.

Neighborhood Adult Participation Project records

The Neighborhood Adult Participation Project (NAPP) records consist of correspondence, reports, and training materials, 1962-1976 and undated, that document the founding and activities of this Office of Economic Opportunity-funded project. Founded in April 1965, the project was initially funded by...

Neighborhood Youth Association records

The Neighborhood Youth Association began as charitable organization under the aegis of the Episcopal Church in 1914. Using a settlement house approach, the Association's oiginal goal was to acculturate immigrants to Los Amgeles' West side neighborhoods to American culture and...

Neighbors, S. J. collection of John Steinbeck papers

This collection consists of manuscripts and printed materials created by the Nobel Prize winning author John Ernst Steinbeck, Jr., by members of the Steinbeck family, and related colleagues and friends. About half of the items in the collection consist of...

Neihardt (John G.) Interview Transcript

This is a photocopied transcript of the Dick Cavett American Broadcasting Company television show interview with John G. Neihardt....

Neil (Allan W.) letters

Relates to conditions in Marine Corps training camps in the United States and to Marine activities in France and Germany during and immediately after World War I.

Neil Barrett letter, 1967 July 3

One letter (TLS) from Barrett, Editor of Drainage, to Mr. Finlay, re Aram Saroyan poems. Cambridge, Mass., 3 July 1967. Alpha list.

Neil Bartlett papers, circa 1960-2005.

Consists of materials relating to Bartlett's professional career, including correspondence; UC administrative and teaching materials, such as committee work, assignments and bio-bibliographies; materials related to professional organizations; financial records; writings; research materials; and data.

Neil Bowen Morgan correspondence : San Diego, Calif., with Mary-Ellen Jones, Berkeley, Calif., 1984-1985.

Contains correspondence concerning St. David's Day and Welsh in the West exhibit in the library at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes black and white photograph of Neil Morgan.

Neil Folberg photographs [graphic].

Fine art photographic prints by Neil Folberg, including landscapes, architecture, still lifes, and nudes. Taken in Yosmite Valley, Bodie, Inyo National Bristlecone Pine Forest and other California locations. Also includes portrait of Ansel Adams by Andra Entrum.

The Neil Good Papers

Neil Good was a resident of Hillcrest who was involved with the local LGBT community via his weekly columns for Update and his involvement in local politics. In 1987, Good ran for San Diego’s 8th District City Council seat but...

Neil J. Smelser papers, approximately 1949-2013.

Neil J. Smelser papers contain correspondence, research files, writings, course materials and other material documenting the professional activities of Smelser, a sociology professor at the University of California, Berkeley.

[Neil L. Shumsky collection of photographs of Stanford, Hopkins, Flood, Latham, Crocker and Fair residences].

Chiefly copy photographs of the residences of prominent Californians associated with the Bay Area: Leland Stanford, James C. Flood, Mark Hopkins, Milton Latham, Charles Crocker and James G. Fair: 9 views of Stanford residence on Nob Hill (known to be...

[Neil L. Shumsky collection of satirical cartoons pertaining to Denis Kearney, anti-Chinese sentiment and other San Francisco topics of 1877-1880].

Satirical political cartoons, most published in periodicals, pertaining to Denis Kearney, the Workingmen's Party of California, and anti-Chinese sentiment in San Francisco. Illustrations are from various sources, including Harper's Weekly ("The ides of March", March 20, 1880; Social Science Solved,...

Neil Marcus, performance artist /

Neil Marcus, who lives with the neurological disorder dystonia, discusses via instant messaging and speech his life and work as a performance artist.

[Neil Momb aerial photographs of Mount Saint Helens].

Aerial views of Mount Saint Helens, one taken in 1980 prior to the volcano's eruption in May, the other views taken later that year following the eruption.

Neilan (Marshall) papers

The Marshall Neilan papers span the years 1925-1958 (bulk 1947-1958) and encompass 1.3 linear foot. The collection contains outlines and research for several unproduced film projects, material for two television series developed by Neilan, some correspondence, and extensive drafts of...

Neill Photo Album

The album consists of 292 photographs pertaining to the Neill Family living in Scotia, Humboldt County, California, during the early 20th century. Images within the album reflect the everyday lives of the family including snapshots of Scotia, local residents and...

Neilson (Harry B.) Papers

Collection consists of original drawings, watercolor paintings, manuscripts, and proofs by children's book illustrator Harry B. Neilson. ...

Neilson (Hugo) World War II Scrapbook

The collection contains 157 black and white snapshots (captions in English), documents, clippings, and two 1944 issues of the newspaper, on scrapbook pages and loose, compiled by Hugo Neilson, Seaman First Class with the 51st NCB (Naval Construction Battalion).

Neizvestnyi (Ernst) motion picture film

Depicts E. I. Neizvestnyi at work in his studio, and his works in public places in the Soviet Union. Copy.

Nekcsei Lipocz Bible leaf - facsimile, circa mid 20th century

First page of Genesis, from the copy in the Library of Congress. Gift of Wallace Hebberd. [Oversize boxed]. No alpha list.

Nekes Collection of Optical Devices, Prints, and Games

German filmmaker. The collection charts the nature of visual perception in modern European culture at a time when pre-cinema objects evolved from instruments of natural magic to devices for entertainment. Most of the items date from the mid-18th century to...

Nekrasov (Nikolai Vissarionovich) speech

Relates to the financial situation of the Provisional Government. Speech delivered in Moscow, August 1917.

Nekrich (A. M.) papers

Correspondence, writings, notes, printed matter, and photocopies of Soviet, American and German government documents relating to twentieth-century Soviet history and foreign relations, the Soviet Union during World War II, and Soviet historiography.

Nell Walter brides gift album, undated.

Contains an inventory book of bridal gifts received by Nell Walter.

Nellie J. Doyle collection of postcards and greeting cards sent or received, 1904-1938 (bulk, 1904-1914)

This collection contains postcards sent or received by Nellie J. Doyle, Santa Rosa, California, between 1904 and 1938. The collection includes 34 picture or photo postcards and 47 greeting-style postcards.

Nellie Jane Arnott Darling papers, 1905-1943.

Collection includes diaries, 1905-1912; carbon copies of some of her correspondence, 1905; scrapbooks, 1905-1943; an Umbundu/English hymnal. Box 3 is a photograph album (ca. 1900-1912) of missionary activities in Africa.

Nellie May Brown materials relating to the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire and her family, 1860-1939.

Contains earthquake materials including letters from Nellie May Brown to her mother, Estella L. Brown, detailing her anxiety about being in the Bay Area; her concern for her brother, Ralph Brown; and her experiences as a nurse in the Relief...

Nellie May Brown photographs of the earthquake and fire of 1906

Chiefly snapshots of refugees leaving San Francisco, nurses with the Examiner Relief Corps, and relief camps and hospitals, including the W.R. Hearst Tent City in Oakland. Also present are four commercial photographs of ruins: the interior of the Emporium store,...

Nello Pace papers, 1956-1958.

Research notes, drafts of manuscript and final report on the physiological effects of freezing temperatures on men during Antarctic expedition (Operation Deepfreeze)

Nelson A. Bixby Collection, 1860-1890.

Business papers, correspondence

Nelson, Alice (Korean War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence written to Alice Nelson during the Korean War. The letters were written by two soldiers: her brother, Herb Nelson, USA, and a man she never met, Thomas Spangler.

Nelson (Arthur E.) papers

This collection contains memorandums, correspondence, bulletins, minutes, administrative records, and other materials pertaining to California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) from the mid 1960s through the early 2000s. Materials were collected by Arthur E. Nelson, the first College Librarian at...

Nelson, Carole (Vietnam War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence from two servicemen to Carole Nelson from key combat areas during the Vietnam War.

Nelson (David Theodore) papers

Reports, printed transcripts of letters and diary entries, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to relief operations in Ougrée, Belgium, during World War I; to American volunteers with the French ambulance service; and to American military activities during and after World War...

Nelson (Donald M.) Papers

Personal and professional papers of 20th century American businessman Donald M. Nelson.

Nelson (Doug) Aerospace Collection

Items owned by Doug Nelson, founder and former curator of the Air Force Flight Test Museum, including drafting drawings of aircraft, original patent documents from Douglas Aircraft Company, Air Force Flight Manuals, and copies of and magazines.

Nelson (Elmer K.) papers

The collection consists of correspondence and reports concerning the legal aspects of reclamation, water rights, public lands, Columbia River Watershed, Snake River Watershed, and Colorado River Watershed.

Nelson Gallery Records

Files about artists who showed their work at UC Davis's Richard L. Nelson Gallery as well as correspondence and historical records related to the gallery.

Nelson Gallery Teaching Prints. Collection.

The collection contains a set of prints, drawings, and watercolors of classical, Biblical, and contemporary subjects.

Nelson (Gene) collection

The collection documents the personal and professional life of Gene Nelson, a Sacramento television broadcast pioneer. Material spans most of his life, dating from 1919 to 2003, with the bulk from 1950 to 1980. Both his personal and professional life...

Nelson Graburn papers, approximately 1960-2007.

Contains Graburn's research, writings, and correspondence on tourism, Circumpolar peoples, Japan. There is also a significant amount of materials relating to his work at the Lowie Museum of Anthropology (now the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum).

Nelson (Helen E.) Papers

The Helen E. Nelson Papers consist of records pertaining to Helen Nelson's career as a consumer activist and document her participation in the national consumer movement. The bulk of the records pertain to her activities with various consumer organizations and...

Nelson J. Bird journals, 1872-1880.

Volume 1 contains Dr. Bird's diary. Writing extensively only now and then, rather than continously day-to-day, what appears is usually of some importance in his life: travels, illnesses, career or life changes. Volume 2 records his meditations and his speeches/addresses...

Nelson (Keith L.) papers

Correspondence, notes, photocopies of government and other documents, and printed matter, relating to the post-World War I Allied occupation of the Rhineland, especially by African colonial troops. Used as research material for the book by K. L. Nelson, (Berkeley, 1975).

Nelson (Keith) papers

The Keith Nelson paper collection contains lecture notes, handouts, correspondence with students and colleagues, article drafts, newspapers clippings and journal articles used for lecture research, photos, as well as schedules and syllabuses. Keith Nelson (1932-2022) joined UCI in 1965 as...

Nelson (Klayton E.) Papers

Correspondence, graphs, reprints, photographs, and slides.

Nelson (Lyle M.) Papers

This matierials primarily pertain to Nelson's work as director of university relations and includes correspondence, reports, memoranda, clippings, articles, and other materials. Subjects include academic freedom and the H. Bruce Franklin case, issues pertaining to plans for the Ladera Dam,...

Nelson (Lyle M.) papers

Photographs, reports, notes, and printed matter, relating to education and social conditions in the Soviet Union.

Nelson (Mrs. Albert M.) photograph collection

Depicts the signing of the Korean War truce by General Mark Clark, 1953, and American naval activities at Yokosuka, Japan, 1954.

Nelson (Murry R.) writings

Relates to aspects of education in Norway and the United States, and to surveillance of American educators by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Nelson (Oscar M. F.) Papers

Drawings and manuscripts pertaining to sugar and refining methods.

Nelson (Otto E.) Gay Liberation Sculpture Photographs

Otto E. Nelson photographs of the Gay Liberation sculptures in Christopher Park, New York City, 1980.

Nelson (Ralph) papers

Ralph Nelson (1916-1987) was an actor, director, producer, and playwright. He wrote the play (winner of the 1943 John Golden prize and National Theatre awards), and won National Theatre awards for and . In 1956, he won a Emmy award...

Nelson (Ralph) photographs

The Ralph Nelson photographs span the years 1980-2006 and encompass 17 linear feet. The collection consists of photographic prints from more than fifty motion picture productions....

Nelson, Ray. The acid heads.

Autobiographical account of experiences during the 1960s

Nelson Robinson Personal Papers

The collection contains materials collected by and related to Nelson B. Robinson during his career with the U.S. Airforce, and involvement with the Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated. The material also includes personal and family history from his life and military career,...

Nelson (Sonny) Papers

Newspaper clippings, photos, magazines, writings, correspondence, ephemera, and audio recordings documenting the work and interests of jazz musician and night club owner Sonny Nelson. Much of the collection is about the San Francisco North Beach night club the Cellar (aka...

Nelson (Sue) Photograph of Randy Stallings

This is one slide of a photograph taken by Sue Nelson of activist Randy Stallings during a trip up Route 1 to Mendocino around 1976. Stallings (1951-1991) was a gay radical faerie, activist and leader. After moving to San Francisco,...

Nelson (Susan B.) Collection

The documents the professional and personal life of Susan Louise Barr Nelson, an environmental and community planner, and social and political activist. Nelson played a fundamental role in the establishment of the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, which became...

Nelson (Ted) collection of technology ephemera

Catalogs and other promotional material, mostly concerning electronics, mostly from the 1960s and 70s.

Nelson W. Polsby papers, 1950-2007.

Contains correspondence, lecture notes, publications, and research files. Also includes drafts of writings and speeches, administrative records for the Institue of Governmental Studies at University of California, Berkeley, biographical material, interviews of public figures and politicians, etc.

Nelson (William James) Laboratory, Records

Collection consists of lab research notes....

Nematology (Department of) Records

Surveys, work reports, publications, reprints, photographs, and slides.

Nemos, William Papers relating to William Nemos' association with H.H. Bancroft, 1915-1916.

Part I: 13 letters, 1915-1916, from Nemos to Aksel Andersson. In Swedish. Part II: Letters from H.H. Bancroft to Nemos; memoranda and letters from Nemos to G. Klemming and E.W. Dahlgren, former heads of the Swedish Royal Library, and testimonial...

Nemours (Charles Philippe, Duc de) typescript

Relates to conditions in France during World War II. Photocopy.

Nemser (Cindy) Papers

Cindy Nemser is an art and theater critic largely known for her involvement in the feminist art movement of the 1970s. She was the editor of The Feminist Art Journal from 1972 to 1977 and wrote the acclaimed book Art...

Nerad (Dr. John Russell) Collection

The Dr. John Russell Nerad Collection documents his mid to late childhood, growing up in Wilmington, California between 1937 and 1943. The bulk of the collection focuses on Nerad’s school and extracurricular activities between the fifth and twelfth grades.

Neri (Simo) Color Slides of Carnaval San Francisco

Simo Neri is a photographer and visual artist who photographed San Francisco's Carnaval for a decade, beginning in its second year. Neri's color slides depict groups, portraits, dancers, musicians, costumes, the parade and parade onlookers, floats, children, and signs. Event...

Ness (Frederic W.) Papers

The Frederic W. Ness papers measure 2 linear feet and date from 1940 to 1995. The papers are arranged in two series: Professional and Personal....

Nesselroth (Sigmund) artwork and other material

The Sigmund Nesselroth artwork and and other material span circa 1930s-1946 and encompass approximately 6 linear feet. The collection consists of a half-dozen charcoal drawings; a scrapbook with clippings covering the 1945 film strike that included the arrest of his...

Nestor (Helen) Free Speech Movement Photographs

The Helen Nestor photographic collection at the Oakland Museum of California in Oakland, California contains more than 2,000 prints and 20,000 negatives, is the life's work of an important documentary photographer who specialized in recording the political and social changes...

Nestos (Orrin) Photograph Albums

Two photograph albums documenting the life of Orrin Nestos who lived in Hawaii and California.

Netherland (Mayme C.) Collection

The Mayme C. Netherland Photograph Collection includes 41 photographs of friends and family of Mayme C. Netherland. Included in the collection are circa 1880s-1900s tin-type portraits and cabinet card portraits of African American women and men, as well as photographs...

Netherlands East Indies Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco [graphic].

Photographs show Indonesian tropical scenery, a train route, industry, homes, a temple, agriculture, and people.

Netherlands newspaper collection

The newspapers in this collection were originally collected by the Hoover Institution Library and transferred to the Archives in 2019. The Netherlands newspaper collection (1900-1979) comprises seventy-two different titles of publication, in Dutch, English, German, and French. All titles within...

Netherlands (Territory under German Occupation, 1940-1945) Reichskommissar fur die besetzten niederlandischen Gebiete. Sicherheitsdienst report

Relates to transportation of Dutch workers to Germany for forced labor. Addressed to the Reichssicherheitshauptamt in Germany.

Nethery (Wallace and Corry) Papers

This collection contains material created and collected by Wallace and Corry Nethery. Correspondence, drafts, research notes, and ephemera are included for a number of Nethery's books. Materials related to Nethery's work as a librarian at the University of Southern California...

Netivot Shalom Congregation records, 1989-2007.

The collection consists of Congregation Netivot Shalom's archive from 1989 to 2007. Included are files on congregational buildings, education programs, events, membership, and committees, as well as a full run of the Congregation's newsletter.

Netter (Lani) Collection of Malibu Photographs

The collection comprises the photographs of a style photo album of Malibu, California, compiled by longtime Malibu resident Lani Netter in 1974. Content includes historical prints, ranging from 1890 to 1958, and Netter's own photographs from 1974 (bulk) and about...

Network and Academic Computing Services publications (University of California, Irvine)

This collection comprises publications from Network and Academic Computing Services at the University of California, Irvine. The collection mainly consists of newsletters, but also includes announcements, brochures, manuals, reports, and other ephemera.

Netzahualt (Nabor Feliz) Papers

Nabor Feliz Netzahualt (1877-1972) was a Pueblo Indian sculptor who made clay sculptures as a sideshow for many circuses from the 1920s to the 1950s, including the Al G. Barnes Circus. This collection of papers from 1920-1929 includes correspondence, legal...

Neubauer (Loren W.) Papers

Loren W. Neubauer was Professor of Agricultural Engineering at the University of California, Davis from 1940 to 1971 and co-author of (1961). Neubauer was particularly interested in passive solar heating and cooling of farm structures. His papers include notebooks, farm...

Neuenburg (Andrew and Violet) photograph albums of Sierra Club trips

A collection of eight personal photograph albums of Sierra Club trips in Yosemite, the Sierra Nevada Mountains and other parts of California, 1904 to 1933.

Neuerburg (Norman) papers regarding Getty Villa design and construction

The papers of art history professor Norman Neuerburg (1966-1987) relate to his role as the historical consultant in the design and construction of the J. Paul Getty Museum, Malibu, California, also known as the Getty Villa. Files contain correspondence, lectures,...

Neufeld family archives, 1840-1996

Includes materials relating to Henry and Hedy Neufeld, their children John and Anne (later Anne Frederike Neufeld Levin), and other members of the family. Includes material relating to the family in Germany, the escape to the United States by members...

Neufeld (Vernon K.) Personal Papers

Vernon K. Neufeld was born on August 30, 1922 in Reedley County, Fresno California. Vernon was married to Marjorie Catlin and had two children. He served in the 8th Air Force in World War Two and became a POW.

Neufeld (William) papers

Correspondence, reports, memoranda, writings, and photographs, relating to physical training of American naval aviators during World War II, and to American military government policy regarding education, and especially physical education and sports, in postwar occupied Japan.

Neugebauer (Gerry) Papers

The scientific notebooks, photographic slides, course notes, material from the LIGO controversy and papers from the Palomar and Keck observatories of Gerry Neugebauer (born in 1932) form the collection known as the Gerry Neugebauer Papers in the Archives of the...

Neuhart (John and Marilyn) papers

John and Marilyn Neuhart were graphic and exhibition designers and UCLA professors who also worked at the Eames Design Office in Los Angeles. This collection includes research files for their books on the Eames Office, material documenting the design and...

Neuhausler (Johann) letters

Appeals for stays of execution for certain Germans convicted of war crimes at the Nuremberg trials and sentenced to death.

Neukamp (Hermann) printed materials

Series of newsletters, relating to the history of Tsingtao, China, and especially to the history of the German community in Tsingtao, from 1897 to 1952.

Neumann Family Papers

Robert Gerhard Neumann (b.1916) was a professor (1947- ), director of the Institute of International and Foreign Studies (1959-65), and chairman of the Atlantic and West European Program (1965-66) at UCLA. He was also a member of the central committee...

Neumann (Fritz C.) typescript

Relates to the social, political and intellectual climate in Germany from the turn of the century through World War I and the Weimar period to the rise of national socialism, and to German émigré life from 1933 through the end...

Neumann (Rose) Collection

The collection consists of scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, personal papers and certificates of appreciation....

Neumark (S. Daniel) miscellaneous papers

Writings, notes, book reviews, and printed matter, relating to aspects of economic development, especially in Africa. Includes extensive notes and summaries of interviews made during a 1956 tour of sub-Saharan Africa and used as research material for the book by...

Neumark (Zenon) papers

The Zenon Neumark papers consist of a legal documents, identification cards, photographs, diary pages, letters, and postcards, documenting Neumark's life during and after World War II. Zenon Neumark is the author of "Hiding in the Open: A Young Fugitive in...

Neumeyer (Peter F.) Papers

The document Neumeyer's professional and academic career, beginning as a student and ending as a critic. The papers date from 1950, when Neumeyer was an undergraduate, to 2004, when he and wife Helen co-curated an exhibition on illustrator Margot Zemach....

Neumiller (Charles L.) Political Papers

The Neumiller collection consists of: correspondence, pamphlets, speeches, clippings, sample ballots and other material pertaining to the political activities of Hiram W. Johnson (1913-1933) and to Charles Neumiller's tenure with the Republican State Central Committee (1924). The collection also contains...

Neuropsychiatric Institute. Neuropsychiatric Institute Library. Administrative files.

Record Series 557 contains administrative files generated by the Neuropsychiatric Institute Library at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Neuruppin Institute psychiatric file on Fritz Seelig

The Neuruppin Institute psychiatric file on Fritz Seelig consists of a psychiatric file documenting one of the first victims of involuntary sterilization at the Neuruppin Institute () in Berlin. Fritz Seelig was recommended to the Neuruppin Institute at the age...

Neustaedter Family Collection

The Neustaedter Family Collection of small volumes is part of a much larger donation of small volumes collected and donated by CCCHS co-founder Louis Stein. The Neustaedter family lived in Concord.

Neutra Notebook Collection, c. 1950 (bulk circa 1950)

Collection contains a bound volume with holographic notes, probably in the hand of noted architect Richard Neutra's son, Dion, relating to the proposed relocation of the family's architectural practice to Glendale, California, circa 1950. Neutra is referred to in the...

Neutra (Richard and Dion) papers

Richard Josef Neutra (1892-1970) was born in Vienna. He was the city architect for Luckenwalde, then worked as a draftsman-collaborator with Erich Mendelsohn in Berlin before immigrating to the United States in 1923. He worked with Frank Lloyd Wright (1924)...

Neutra (Richard) drawings

The Richard Neutra drawings span 6 linear feet and date from 1928 to 1949. The collection consists of two flat file folders of drawings in the form of reprographic copies documenting the Dr. P. M. Lovell house (Los Angeles, Calif.)...

Neutra (Richard J.) and Otto Winkler project records

Contracts, specifications and drawings from a San Francisco architecture firm

Neutra (Richard J.) blueprints and materials related to Auerbacher Lodge

Collection consists of Neutra's specifications, schedules, construction details, and blueprints for the Auerbacher home in Running Springs, California....

Nevada Central Railroad Company Records

Miscellaneous records from the Nevada Central Railroad Company.

Nevada Central Railway records, 1880.

Engineering notes by Lyman Bridges, Chief Engineer ; and schedules of local freight tariffs and of passenger tariffs between Battle Mountain and Austin.

Nevada City Board of Trade/Chamber of Commerce Minute Book

Minutes of the Board of Trade's (1897-1902) and Chamber of Commerce's (1902-1910) meetings.

Nevada Copper Belt Railroad Accounts Payable Ledger and Daily Report of Train and Engine Movements

These records include an accounts payable ledger which records expenses incurred by the Nevada Copper Belt Railroad Company during its construction from 1909 to 1911 and a daily report of train and engine movements for July 1925.

Nevada Copper Butte Mine letter and minutes, 1909 Nov. 9.

Contains a letter and minutes of a copper mine in California.

Nevada County Collection

Deeds, claim notices, District Court summons, Piety Hill Fire Company subscriptions, all relating to Nevada County, California.

Nevada County gold mine deed, 1877.

Deed for sale of gold mine in Empire Flat near the town of Bridgeport in Nevada County, by Ah Moon, et. al. to William Warner, October 20, 1877.

Nevada County gold mine deed, 1877.

Deed for sale of gold mine in Empire Flat near the town of Bridgeport in Nevada County, by Ah Moon, et. al. to William Warner, October 20, 1877.

Nevada County Justice Court, 1883-1887.

Selected case records, including affidavits, complaints, and charges.

Nevada County mining photographs and other views.

Photographs of various gold mining operations, chiefly in Nevada County, Calif. Mines pictured include Manzanita Mine, Kate Hayes Mine, Relief Hill Mine and Badger Hill Mine. Some photographs depict hydraulic mining. Also includes views of Nevada County mining towns North...

Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad Company records.

list of capital stock subscribers; report to Bd of Directors by R. Hoge of constitutionality of California legislation of 1874; statement of expenses to C.W. Kilts, 1890.

Nevada (Emma) Collection

The Emma Nevada collection consists of Nevada family personal objects and ephemera as well as research materials for the projected book on Emma Nevada to be entitled The Miner’s Canary (never published).

Nevada. Executive Dept. Records, 1911-1912.

Collection of forms issued by the State of Nevada, Executive Dept., requesting the signature of the Governor, Secretary of State and Private Secretary of each state, as well as each state's great seal. In addition, a letter from President Taft...

Nevada Industrial Commission records, 1913-1914.

Contains memorandum class ledger of participant companies, class ledger of participants with payroll figure and premium costs, cash journal with credits and balances by participant company, and list of paid claims of accidents causing permanent to partial disability.

Nevada legal documents, 1875-1892.

Contains 7 miscellaneous legal documents, some on letterhead stationery of Nevada courts, including a summons, sheriff's certificate of sale, lawsuits, deed, legal briefs, incorporation (certified in San Francisco, California for a Nevada mining company), and 1 manuscript letter inquring about...

Nevada mining claims abstract of titles, 1923-1939 (bulk 1939).

Consists of abstracts to the titles of mining claims including background information on the mine and copies of legal documents relating to the land claims for Caledonia Silver Mining Company (1939), also included are land claims for Alta, Choata, Capital,...

Nevada Mining Companies Collection

Collection of business papers of several mining companies including Savage Mining Company and the Hale and Norcross Mining Company.

Nevada mining companies records collection, 1905-1907.

Contains articles of incorporation, receipts, brochures, mining claims, etc. from various mines in Nevada.

Nevada mining towns.

Many general and detailed views of Virginia City, Silver City, and Gold Hill; views of Comstock Lode mines and vicinity; and various mining companies. Also depicted are Gould & Curry Mill (various views, workers, machinery, etc.), Wells Fargo Express Building,...

Nevada miscellany : [ca. 1850-1940]

Miscellaneous letters, documents, financial and legal papers, etc., acquired from various sources.

Nevada miscellany, 1862-1877.

Miscellaneous letters and financial records collected by T.W. Norris. Include letter from James G. Fair to George Wallace.

Nevada Railroad Commission Valuation Reports Collection

Nevada Railroad Commission valuation reports with engineering, land, and financial information about select Western railroads.

Nevada Railroads Collection

Materials related to railroads built in Nevada and eastern California in connection with the Comstock Lode in Virginia City, Nevada, and other mining booms in Nevada and California.

Nevada scenes [graphic]

Includes views of mining in Dayton, Ely, and Bannock (Nevada). Some show a cyanide plant (including interiors), others show interiors of rock mills. One shows the Mason Valley Mines Co. smelter. Well-dressed men and woman, as well as family groups....

Nevada [Searchlight] Photograph, circa 1910s-1920s

One b/w 8" x 10" glossy print of the main street and inhabitants, ca. 1910s-1920s.

Nevada Short Line Railway Correspondence

Correspondence regarding submission of way bills to Railroad Commission of Nevada.

Nevada stock certificates, 1863-1929.

Shares for various amounts, some blank, for mostly Nevada mining concerns although there are a few from various places in the Western United States, and a few Nevada transportation companies. See the individual records for contents.

Nevada tax receipts, 1898-1910.

from University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center;

Nevada Theatre Collection

The collection contains note cards, manuscripts and drawings about the Nevada Theatre in Nevada City, California, as well as microfilm of local Nevada City newspapers concerning local drama from 1851 through 1854.

Nevada-California-Oregon Railway Records

Financial records of Nevada-California-Oregon Railway, Nevada-California-Oregon Realty, and including branch line predecessor Sierra and Mohawk Railway.

Nevada-California-Oregon-Railway papers, [1893-1909]

Shipping receipt, 1893; and inventory of engine and coach castings, 1909.

Never go back /

Typed manuscript of an unpublished autobiographical novel (43 chapters; 389 pages). Written upon the theme of the female Jewish outsider and set in the 1930s, the novel introduces the woman character, Toby Hart, who mirrors some aspects of Mish's own...

Neville-Neil (George) Collection of Queer Nation Material

Collection of materials George Neville-Neil used to write an article about Queer Nation (”Prayer Warriors”) that was published on FoundSF.org around 1999. Includes meeting agendas, flyers, statements of purpose, and talking points.

Nevins (Allan) Papers

Professional and personal papers of American historian Allan Nevins.

New Age Collection

This collection contains lesson plans, pamphlets, commentaries, and a lecture from organizations focused on spiritualism and mysticism.

New Alliance for Gay Equality (New AGE) records

Meeting minutes, articles of incorporation, bylaws, correspondence, press manuals, clippings, flyers, press releases, financial records, notes, project proposals, and other material documenting activities of the New Alliance for Gay Equality (New AGE), 1970-1979. New AGE was founded in 1977 to...

New Almaden Company records, 1867-1919.

Correspondence, including a letter, Nov. 9, l9l8, from J.H. Hennings, of the U.S. Bureau of Mines; specifications for a furnace and a pump; receipts and bills; license from R.F. Knox to the company to use a patent right.

New Almaden Mines Collection

Correspondence, account books, production records, vouchers, receipts, invoices, canceled checks, bank statements...

New Almaden Mines Collection, 1845-1944.

Correspondence, account books, production records, vouchers, receipts, invoices, cancelled checks, bank statements

New American Movement collection

The collection contains pamphlets, newsletters, bulletins and foundational documents that reflect the New American Movement's (NAM) activities and political platforms. The NAM was active from 1972-1982 and advocated for workplace equality and a democratic socialist society founded on socialist feminist...

New Arts Forum Collection

Recorded works from American academic electronic music studios, originally submitted to the New Arts Forum series of concerts at San Francisco State University and elsewhere. The Forum was produced by Herbert Bielawa and D. Gareth Loy in 1972.

New beginning video tape

Relates to the formation of the Social Democratic Party in Great Britain. Produced by the Social Democratic Party.

New California Jockey Club. Collection, 1903-1919.

Official programs of the thoroughbred horse-racing club based in Oakland, California in the early 20th century.

The New City Hall, San Francisco, California, 1915

The New City Hall, San Francisco, California album contains 62 photographic prints taken in 1915 by John Channing. The album features the newly-constructed San Francisco City Hall, built to replace the previous structure which was destroyed in the earthquake and...

New Dimensions Media records

570 linear feet of media (circa 6600 quarter-inch audio tapes, DATs, cassettes, minidiscs, and CDs) and 66 linear feet of archival records, including organizational files, resource files, press/promotional and mailings, photographs and slides, NEW DIMENSIONS JOURNAL and NEWSLETTER, and business...

New Directions for the Korean American Community conference tapes

Collection consists of cassette tape recordings from the 1993 New Directions for the Korean American Community conference hosted at USC.

The new Elaine [graphic] : [a political cartoon relating to John Bidwell]

California gubernatorial candidate John Bidwell shown laid to rest in a funerary boat decorated with grapes. The body is supported by a whiskey keg and a Chico Spring Water keg. Bidwell is accompanied by Gov. Newton Booth. Three men, including...

New Granada Canal & Steam Navigation Company Letter

One letter (ALS) from Henry Wells, president of the New Granada Canal & Steam Navigation Company of New York, 1855, to Captain Morrill of the Steamship Osprey, detailing the itinerary and business dealings for the ship's voyage, to include stops...

New Granada Canal & Steam Navigation Company letter, 1855 December 15.

Holograph letter written on official stationey of the Office of the New Granada Canal & Steam Navigation Company, 4 Wall Street, New York by Henry Wells, President, to Captain J. T. Morrill of the Steamship Osprey. The letter authorizes Morrill...

New Granada. Collection and documents on the negro slave trade and slavery, especially in Colombia and Venezuela, 1565-1817.

Documents on the Negro slave trade and the institution of slavery in the mines and plantations, free Negroes, and colonial administration in the 17th and 18th centuries. Selected by James F. King, 1938.

New Guinea Micro-Evolution Project Papers

Papers related to the New Guinea Micro-Evolution Project, led by James B. Watson. Also included are papers written for an American Anthropological Association conference session looking back at the study and its impact on the discipline. Papers range in date...

New Hampshire Medical Institution lecture notes collection

Notes, handwritten in pencil on lined blue paper, for medical lectures at the New Hampshire Medical Institution (later Dartmouth Medical School), from 17 August to 13 September 1854. The institution is not identified but may be surmised from the names...

New Hampshire Militia - 11th Regiment - 5th Company collection, 1839-1850

One bound volume and seven loose documents: Company Orders, with names of men ordered and directed to report for duty, 1839-1850.

New Heritage Foundation Records

Consists of ephemera from the New Heritage Foundation, which produced theme parties in San Francisco, including the annual "HellBall" Halloween Costume Dance, and from Noble Beast Productions, a not-for-profit company dedicated to giving the earnings of its volunteer-produced events back...

New Idria Mining Company (Calif.) Records of the New Idria Mining Company, 1859-1881.

Include letters from J. J. Papy, Preston K. Woodside, Darius Ogden Mills and others to the superintendent of the quicksilver mine, William Neely Thompson; accounts, reports and agreements. Also included: notebook kept by the Fresno County Notary Public residing at...

New Idria Mining Company Collection, 1854-1867.

Accounts, deeds, certificates, statements, mining claims, testimony, letters

New Idria Mining Company Records

Accounts, deeds, certificates, statements, mining claims, testimony, letters...

New Idria Quicksilver Mining Company Collection #2

Correspondence, reports, records, equipment information and catalogs, maps, photos...

New Idria Quicksilver Mining Company Collection #2, 1854-1973.

Correspondence, reports, records, equipment information, catalogs, maps, charts, photographs.

New Jersey Infantry (4th Regiment, Co. B) Morning Reports

Leatherbound volume, Civil War era, with entries kept by Captain William Seddon, of numbers of officers and enlisted men present and absent for Company B of the 4th New Jersey Infantry, Aug. 1861-Mar. 1862....

New Jersey Railroad and Transportation Company Broadside

Broadside dated May 30, 1870 regarding shipment of berry packages during fruit season, between Jersey City and Baltimore, along the Camden and Amboy Railroad and the Delaware Railroad. Signed by N. L. Douglass, General Freight Agent, Jersey City.

New Jewish Agenda, Los Angeles Chapter Records

The New Jewish Agenda (NJA), an activist national Jewish community organization, set out to be a progressive voice within the Jewish community and a Jewish voice within the progressive community. Most active in the decade of the 1980's, the NJA...

New Jewish Agenda records, 1980-1992.

The collection contains flyers, publicity, brochures, various other ephemera and clippings, correspondence, and mailings from the Bay Area New Jewish Agenda chapter, other New Jewish Agenda chapters, and the national New Jewish Agenda organization.

New Langton Arts records

Boxes 1-4, Accession 2012-211: Contains announcements, fliers, catalogs, postcards, brochures, other printed material 1975-2008 (bulk 1990s)...

New Left collection

The New Left Collection largely relates to radical movements for political and social change in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s. It is the largest resource in the archives devoted to this turbulent period in American history. Organized...

A new look at San Francisco : presented by Bank of America to commemorate the opening of the World Headquarters Building, October, 1969.

Scenic views of San Francisco and San Francisco Bay taken from newly constructed World Headquarters Building of Bank of America in financial district of San Francisco.

New Melones Dam Litigation records

Stanislaus river, US California legal files

New Mexico : glass plate negatives with prints of Navajos at Bosque Redondo

Glass plate negative images of Navajo Indians held at a government camp in Bosque Redondo, New Mexico in the mid-1860s.

New Mexico and Arizona Railroad Financial Records

Financial records for the New Mexico and Arizona Railroad.

New Mexico archives, 1621-1865.

Documents of the Spanish and Mexican periods of administration, deposited in the Museum of New Mexico at Santa Fe.

New Mexico land grant records, 1685-1904.

Prepared by the Federal Writers' Projects, New Mexico, under direction of Ina Sizer Cassidy and Claribel Fischer Walker.

New Mexico letters and journal : typescript, 1849-1852.

Typescript compiled by Coe Hayne from the American Baptist Home Mission Society's Home Mission Record, December, 1849-January, 1852.

New Mexico miscellany.

Letters, petition, documents, and patterns concerning such topics as artists, settlement, Indian warfare, and the Coronado Quarto Centennial.

New Mexico photographs from the 1873 Geographical Survey West of the 100th Meridian.

Includes two views of Inscription Rock (El Morro National Monument): 1. a full southern view and 2. a detail of a Spanish inscription by Joseph de Payba [Paiva] Basconzelos [Vasconcelos], dated February 18, 1726.

New Mexico photographs from the Harvey Fergusson papers.

Collection includes photographs of Native Americans in New Mexico, their homes, rituals, etc. Some photographs are of the San Geronimo feast. Some portraits of D.C. Parrott and Harvey Fergusson are also included.

New Mexico Railway and Coal Company Financial Records

Includes financial records and bonds of the New Mexico Railway and Coal Company

New Mexico Stereograph and Card Photograph Views.

A collection of stereographs, cabinet cards, and boudoir cards that depict the New Mexico region from about 1872-1910.

A New Model to Evaluate Mild Analgesics in Oral Surgery Outpatients - Dissertation

Collection contains thesis (Ph.D.)--Georgetown University, 1975. Photocopy typescript draft of Cooper's doctoral dissertation. With T.L.s. from Abraham Sunshine (New York, N.Y.) to Cooper and from Cooper (Washington, D.C.) to Sunshine....

New Musical Magazine

This finding aid describes the contents of the music periodical from 1783 to 1786....

New Orleans engraving, 1873

Printed engraving of the port, 1873.

New Orleans Photographs

Photographs of people and places in New Orleans, including the French Quarter, circa 1972.

New Pedrara Mexican Onyx Company Records

Correspondence, reports, and maps of the New Pedrara Mexican Onyx Company, an American firm which mined onyx marble in Baja California, Mexico from 1893-1958.

New Religious Movements Organizations: Vertical Files Collection

The Vertical Files Collection is part of the New Religious Movements Research Collections in the Graduate Theological Union Archives. These materials were collected over a 22-year period by successive library staff people. The collection includes such materials as correspondence, newsletters,...

New Rosario Silver Mining Company Ltd. Papers

Business documents and correspondence related to the New Rosario Silver Mining Company Ltd., a British company with mines located in Mexico. The bulk of the materials are dated 1870 and deal mainly with the formation of the company.

New Salem State Park picture postcards, undated

42 picture postcards, most black and white, exteriors and interiors of buildings associated with Abraham Lincoln's early adult life, n.d.

New San Diego Hotel Registers

This collection contains two registers from the New San Diego Hotel dated January 1, 1869-October 15, 1875 and October 15, 1875-August, 31, 1877, each listing guest names and residences.

New San Francisco: Three Years after the Great Conflagration: Photographs, 1909

The New San Francisco album contains 24 mounted prints taken by Edward N. Sewell in 1909 representing the state of recovery of San Francisco three years after the devastating earthquake and fire of 1906 which destroyed much of the city....

New South Wales Medical Board memoranda

Relates to conditions for foreign or foreign-trained physicians to practice medicine in New South Wales and specifies the exclusion of Germans and Austrians, and of persons trained at German or Austrian schools.

New (Thomas E.) Papers

Correspondence, financial records, manuscripts, printed material, and photographs. Correspondence is between New and his family his wife Minnie, daughter Vinita, and son Billy), friends and business associates.

New Times Los Angeles newspapers

A near full run of the weekly newspaper, , published from 1996 to 2002 by New Times, Inc.

New United States Hotel Registers, ca. 1890s

The registers for this Los Angeles hotel do not have any names of guests entered. There are many pages of advertisements for Los Angeles businesses.

New University newspaper photographs (University of California, Irvine)

This collection comprises black and white photographic negatives and proofs taken by the newspaper staff at the University of California, Irvine between 1977 and 1983.

New works [graphic] : [photograph album of copper processing]

Photographs recording the operations and facilities of an unidentified copper mining and ore processing company in the American West. Many stages of operation are depicted in detail. Views include machinery, workers, the smelting process, vats of molten ore, packing and...

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

Growing up in Corning, New York; first contact with people with disabilities at Camp Oakhurst; Camp Jened and the work-camp experience; founding the 504 Democratic Club, 1975-1981; Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities, 1973; American Coalition of Citizens with Disabilities;...

New York activists and leaders in the Disability Rights and Independent Living Movement, volume III /

Childhood and family; onset of polio; work with the Rusk Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; gasoline crisis demonstration, 1974; formation of the American Coalition of Citizens with Disability; 504 regulations; formation of Center for Independence of the Disabled in...

New York Amsterdam News and Other Press Photographs

The New York Amsterdam News and Other Press Photographs collection (1931-1974; undated) contains 66 black-and-white photographs mostly taken in New York for "New York Amsterdam News" and other press; and focuses on daily life of Black and African American communities....

New York Anti-Vivisection Society correspondence

Collection contains a letter on New York Anti-Vivisection Society letterhead, seeks membership subscriptions. Date from cancelled, stamped envelope. Includes form with application blank and receipt and self-addressed (1860 Broadway, New York) return envelope. Letter refers to enclosed "leaflet which tells...

New York Artillery - 1st Regiment - Battery B document, 1863 August 14

One Civil War document (ADS): Special Requisition for Stores, 14 Aug. 1863.

New York Artillery - 7th Regiment - Company H document, 1864 May

One Civil War document (ADS): Monthly return of soldiers present or absent for May 1864.

New York Cavalry, 5th Reg., Co. G. clerk's book, 1864

Civil War clerk's book, with lists of soldiers, stores, and other, 1864.

New York Central and Hudson River Railroad Company Bonds

Bonds issued to the Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University; there are transaction dates on each one from 1902 and 1936.

New York Central Railroad Company letterpress proofs, 1938

Set of 16 letterpress proofs of images and descriptions of nineteenth century railroad engines. Privately printed by Huxley House for New york York Central Railroad , 1938. Design, illustration and typography by John Maximus. Gift of John Maximus. Oversize, boxed....

New York City Pharmacist account book

Manuscript account book of purchases of wholesale medical goods, oddments, and accessories by a New York City pharmacist....

New York City Radical Faeries collection

Administrative records, drawings, correspondence, and publicity material, 1990-2002, from the New York City Radical Faeries. The bulk of the collection is art work used for the group's newsletter.

New York Draft Riots wood engraving, circa 1863

Wood engraving, "The Meeting of the Friends, City Hall Park," apparently relating to the New York Draft Riots of 1863. [Oversize boxed].

New York General Store Ledger

Manuscript account book containing store accounts kept by the proprietor of, presumably, a general store in upstate New York. The date range is established from dated ledger entries. An alphabetical, tabbed index of names on the first [24] pages refers...

New York Heavy Artillery, 6th Regiment (Vol) Collection

The collection contains correspondence, documents, maps, sketches, newspaper clippings, and historical recollections regarding the involvement of the New York Heavy Artillery, 6th Regiment (Vol.) in the Civil War, apparently as collected by The Fraternity of the Survivors of the Sixth...

New York Infantry - 146th Regiment (Vol.) documents, 1862

One document (ADS) from Major General Kenner Garrard, 1862, and one newspaper account of the regiment's activity in the war.

New York [Infantry?] - 71st Regiment (Vol) papers, 1863

Four Civil War documents (ADS), 1863.

New York [Infantry?] - 8th Regiment (Vol) document, 1863 March

One Civil War document (ADS): Monthly Return of Clothing, Camp and Garrison Equipage for March 1863.

New York National Guard, 7th Regiment collection

Materials of the New York National Guard, 7th Regiment, especially in relation to its participation in the Civil War, and the later West Coast veterans organization.

New York (N.Y.) Department of Investigation report

Relates to causes of, and recommends measures to prevent, antisemitic vandalism and violence in New York City.

New York (passenger vessel) journal

New York (passenger vessel) journal (SAFR 14273, HDC 65) is comprised of a one volume souvenir journal kept by Mr. S.C. Sellers during a voyage from New York to Hamburg, Germany aboard the Hamburg-American Line's NEW YORK. The journal begins...

New York Poets Audiotapes

A collection of recordings of New York poets from the late 1960s done by producer, writer, and music critic, Michael Silverton. The recordings were made for the New York Poets series, on Pacifica's WBAI station.

The New York Review of Science Fiction records

The collection contains records from , a monthly literary magazine of science fiction established in 1988. Materials in the collection include subscription information, manuscript drafts, fliers, and correspondence.

New York to California photograph album of a cross-country trip

Album of amateur photographs, dated April-Nov. 1903, documenting a trip by a group of German-speaking travelers from the area around Troy in upstate New York, to Los Angeles, Calif.

New York Workers School Materials

This collection contains printed material relating to instructional courses offered by the Communist Party U.S.A. (C.P.U.S.A.) New York Workers School. This material includes outlines for courses on Marxism; supporting readings by Eugen Varga, Vladimir I. Sorin, and the Labor Research...

New York World Fair 1940

Album of hand-colored photographs by an unidentified amateur photographer documenting a stay in New York City in 1940.

New York World’s Fair 1939: S. Zanelli Collection

Collection of brochures, magazines and books regarding the New York World's Fair 1939.

New York World's Fair Collection

The collection contains brochures, pamphlets, and other ephemera relating to the fair and its exhibits.

New Zealand - Photograph album of a trip through the South Island of New Zealand

Souvenir album documenting a journey taken by a party of travelers, through the South Island of New Zealand, probably between 1894 and 1900. Many of the large albumen prints are stock photos, signed "Iles Photo," from the studio of Arthur...

New Zealand newspaper collection

The newspapers in this collection were originally collected by the Hoover Institution Library and transferred to the Archives in 2019. The New Zealand newspaper collection (1951-1991) comprises three different English-language titles of publication. All of the titles within this collection...

Newberry collection of eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth century composers

Letters, compositions and some engravings concerning Western art music composers.

Newburyport, Massachusetts photograph album

Includes 12 pages of photographs showing horses and buggies, various street scenes, churches, and bridges.

Newcastle Development Association minutes and hydraulic mining news clippings, 1896-1927.

Ledger book containing meeting minutes of the Newcastle Development Association from April 11, 1896 to February 26, 1907. Beginning in 1926, this ledger was reused for the unrelated purpose of pasting in news clippings pertaining to hydraulic mining and its...

Newcomb (Carolyn) March on Washington Photographs

Carloyn Newcomb 1987 March on Washington photographs.

Newcomb Family Papers

Papers belonging to the American Newcomb and Johnson families.

Newcomb (Lemuel E.) Papers

The collection consists of personal letters from Lemuel and William Newcomb to their family and letters from Lemuel to Julia Palmer, whom he married. Also included are the diaries of Lemuel (1861-1864), genealogical information, and post-war military papers....

Newcombe (Hanna) writings

Studies, reprints, and journal articles, relating to peace, international tension measurement, international organization, and voting patterns in the United Nations. Includes writings of Alan G. Newcombe and others.

Newcomer family papers

Dr. H. Sidney Newcomer worked in applied optics as it related to the motion picture industry during the 1950s, an important period in the evolution of this technology. His mother, Rebecca Newcomer, was born in 1863....

Newel Lewis Perry papers, 1892-1966.

Contains resolutions, minutes, and related documents concerning his work with the California Council for the Blind, as well as correspondence, speeches, and miscellaneous materials relating to his work to secure legislative funding for the blind in New York and Calif....

Newell (Harold) USC Student Athlete scrapbook

This collection consists of a scrapbook of photographs, clippings, and ephemera belonging to USC student athlete Harold Newell.

Newell Hart collection of Berkeley ephemera, 1963-1969.

Contains ephemera collected by Newell Hart representing a broad spectrum of issues in Berkeley, Calif., and the nation during the 1960s, including the Vietnam war, student unrest, civil rights, migrant labor, and women's roles. The leaflets, mailers, programs, advertisements, rally...

Newell Hart papers, circa 1935-1969.

Stories and notebooks concerning various incidents in California history such as 1935 San Diego Exposition, Cache Valley dance halls, and the 1966 Delano March.

Newell (Robert Reid) collection

The collection consists of photographs, retirement appreciation letters, and photocopies of typescript transcriptions of oral history interviews. Photographic materials make up the bulk of the collection.

Newey (Harold) Papers

Harold Dee Newey was a librarian at the University of San Francisco’s Gleason Library. Raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, he had a keen interest in the position of queer people in the Mormon church, and...

Newhall (Beaumont and Nancy) Papers

The archive documents the work of Beaumont and Nancy Newhall, two key figures in the history of photography, through correspondence, extensive research files, published and unpublished writings, and photographs, slides and audiotapes. Beaumont Newhall's papers (136 lin. ft.) date from...

Newhall Land and Farming Company records

The collection consists mainly of the business and accounting records of the Newhall Land and Farming Company, the White Investment Company, and numerous subsidiaries for the period 1883-1970s.

Newhall (Tony) Collection of Rock Concert Posters

The Anthony (Tony) Newhall collection of rock concert posters consists of 62 offset lithographed concert posters produced from 1966 to 1967 for the Bill Graham concert series at the Fillmore Auditorium in San Francisco, California. Images on the prints by...

Newhouse (Robert M.) Papers

Robert Milton Newhouse (1907- ) was a psychoanalyst and served as the regional chief of Long Beach-San Pedro Mental Health Services (1963-70). The collection consists of legal records, some correspondence, but chiefly mimeographed material related to the Mutual Housing Association,...

Newitt, John G. (Second World War correspondence)

This collections contains 570 correspondence between Lt. John G. Newitt, USA and his wife Elizabeth, as well as correspondence to his aunts and miscellaneous correspondence to and from Lt. Newitt during the Second World War.

Newkirk Center for Science and Society records (University of California, Irvine)

This accession contains founding documents, information about grants and fellows, information on events such as conferences and programming, and the Forensic Science Education series. It also includes large posters with information about the Center's events (2008-2012).

Newkirk (George L.) Papers

The George L. Newkirk Papers consist of photographs, biographical material, and administrative files created while Newkirk served as the Director of Labor Relations and Management Development at the San Francisco Municipal Railway between 1985-1993.

Newland (Whitney) Santa Barbara postcards collection

This collection consists of approximately 3000 Santa Barbara historical picture postcards gathered by Whitney Newland (1930-2022), dating from 1903-1987.

Newman (Albert W.) photographs

The Albert W. Newman photographs, 1934, (SAFR 23373, P11-006) are comprised of photographs taken by Albert Newman from aboard NAPA VALLEY (built 1910; ferry) while underway on San Francisco Bay, California. The collection has been processed to the Item level...

Newman (Alfred) Collection

Collection consists of 78 rpm and 33 rpm recordings of soundtracks composed by Newman, and other music conducted by Newman.

Newman (Alfred) film scores

This collection chiefly contains musical scores by American composer and conductor Alfred Newman (1901-1970). Materials include scores of original motion picture music, and published operatic and instrumental scores, bound vocal scores and bound conductor books of film scores. Also present...

Newman (Alfred) Papers

Contains patient logs and ledgers, notebooks, receipt book, a photograph and one letter....

Newman, Billy Ray (Vietnam War correspondence)

This collection contains one letter, four pages, from Billy Ray Newman, USAF to his wife Elizabeth during the Vietnam War.

Newman (Emma) Papers

Papers of American Congregational minister Emma Newman.

Newman (Fanny H.) Papers

Fanny Hodges Newman was born in Michigan in 1862, the daughter of Lathrop S. and Helen Hodges. In 1882 she married Dr. Henry P. Newman in Chicago. They had two children, Willard H. and Helen, and moved to San Diego...

Newman (Jane) files on the Women's Studies program at UCI (University of California, Irvine)

The Jane Newman files on the Women's Studies program at UCI (University of California, Irvine) contains materials related to Newman's time as the Director of Women's Studies at UCI between 1988 and c. 1994, including her role in helping establish...

Newman (Steve) production material

The Steve Newman production material spans the years 1987-1996 and encompasses 1.3 linear feet. The collection contains cast and crew lists, one line schedules, charts for day out of days, shooting schedules, and similar production material for more than a...

Newmark Family papers

Collection consists of photographs, books, and memorabilia of the Newmark family of Los Angeles. Includes galley and page proofs of the second edition of Harris Newmark's Sixty Years in Southern California, 1853-1913 (1926)....

Newmark Family Papers

The Newmarks are a pioneer Los Angeles family that have contributed to the promotion and growth of Los Angeles, as well as to the development of Los Angeles' Jewish community. In 1848, Joseph Phillip Newmark became the first of the...

Newmark (Myer J.) Journal, 1852-1853

The journal titled, "Incidents of a Voyage from New York to San Francisco around Cape Horn in the good ship Carrington, F.B. French Commander. Commenced Dec 15, 1852. Ended April 20th 1853," was hand-written by Myer J. Newmark when he...

Newmeyer (John) Papers

Material collected by John Newmeyer, a gay man who participated in gay activist organizations in the 1970s. Materials include newspaper clippings, ephemera, newsletters, and other material related to 1970s gay organizations and actions in the San Francisco Bay Area. Groups...

Newnes' Penny Library of Famous Books

Series of unabridged versions of classic works of English literature, published weekly--beginning with number 1 published on January 14, 1896--by George Newnes, and sold for a penny apiece. The "Penny Delightfuls" in the Penny Library of Famous Books were intended...

Newnham (Anthony) Papers

Charles Anthony Newnham (1926-1992) began working at Bertram Rota bookdealers (1947- ), later becoming a director. He started his own book business (1955) before relocating to Austin, Texas to work for Franklin Gilliam at the Brick Row Book Shop. He...

Newport Beach, California (Collection on the Development of)

This collection comprises municipal documents and other materials related to the planning and development of the City of Newport Beach, California.

Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce, Records of

The records of the Newport Beach Chamber of Commerce document the organizations advocacy on behalf of local business interest. The collections includes materials on efforts to develop Newport Harbor, improve local transportation and water systems, promote tourism, and generally to...

Newport Beach, City of. Board of Trustees Records

This collection includes correspondence, reports, contracts, plans, specifications, bonds, and other documents relating to the early twentieth century development and construction of portions of Newport Beach, California. A significant volume of the material in the collection relates to the city’s...

Newport Beach, City of. City Marshal Records

This collection consists of two ledgers in which City Marshal, J. A. Porter, recorded funds received for licenses and permits. These include building permits, removal permits, sewer hookups, dog licenses, and business licenses. Entries for building permits generally include the...

Newport Beach, City of. Fire Department Records

This collection contains materials relating to the history of the Newport Beach Fire Department. The records include two fire record books (1947-1953 and 1954-1955), a photo scrapbook (1944-1946), three newspaper scrapbooks, a framed certificate of appreciation given to Chief Frank...

Newport Beach Historical Society Photograph Collection

The collection contains 558 items, the majority of which are prints, but some negatives are includes. The photographs detail a wide range of subjects relating to Newport Beach including, boating, fishing houses, recreation, residents and people of note, local businesses,...

Newport Beach Public Library Foundation Stories from the Sea Project Oral History collection

This collection contains oral histories documenting personal memories and encounters with the sea from current and former residents and visitors of Newport Beach. The oral history interviews were collected by UCI student interviewers.

Newport Coast Planned Community, Phase IV collection

The collection consists of reports and documents related to the proposed development (approved by the California Coastal Commission) of 1,062 acres extending from the inland side of the Pacific Coast Highway fronted by Crystal Cove State Park to the ridge...

Newport Harbor Businessmen's Association Records

This collection includes subject files of the Newport Harbor Businessmen’s Association, including the organizations constitution, by-laws, meeting minutes, correspondence and banking records.

Newport Harbor Lady Anglers Records

The Newport Harbor Lady Anglers (NHLA) was established September 13, 1949 as a women’s only deep sea fishing club. The collection includes minutes, by-laws, bulletins, invitations, newspaper clippings and photographs documenting the history of the club.

Newport Harbor Service League Records

These records relate principally to the Newport Harbor Service League's management of the Danish Coffee Garden at Sherman Library & Gardens.

Newport Harbor-Costa Mesa Board of Realtors Records

This collection is comprised of scrapbooks that document the achievements of the Newport Harbor – Costa Mesa Board of Realtors.

Newport Ocean Sailing Association Records

The Newport Ocean Sailing Association (NOSA) was founded in 1947 to organize a boat race from Newport Beach, California to Ensenada, Mexico. The collection includes planning documents, event records, correspondence, photographs, programs and invitations, publications, and clippings related to the...

Newport Wharf and Lumber Company Records

James and Robert McFadden formed the This collection includes records of the Newport Wharf and Lumber Company, which was founded by James and Robert McFadden in 1889.

News and Public Relations of the California State University Collection

The records contained in the Collection of the News and Public Relations of the California State University date from 1964 to the present. They measure 5 linear feet and are currently growing. These records provide insight into the historical development...

News Chronicle Photograph Collection

The News Chronicle Collection is the image file of Thousand Oaks' local newspaper. The collection was donated by the Ventura County Star to the Thousand Oaks Library in 2001. There are over 100,000 images of local personalities, everyday life, and...

News clips (University of California, Irvine)

This collection includes newspaper and magazine clippings that feature the University of California, Irvine (UCI) or relate to its origins, faculty, staff, or students from 1954 to 1997. The earliest clippings document the Irvine Ranch, upon which the UCI campus...

News Magazine of the Screen motion picture film

The News Magazine of the Screen motion picture film, 1950-1960, (SAFR 24256, P11-005) is comprised of two newsreel segments titled "The Call of the Sea," about the Mystic Seaport Museum, and "Last of Our Full Riggers" about the San Francisco...

News Research Service typescript

Relates to the German American Bund and similar groups.

Newsboy (bark) lines, spar rigging list and letter

Newsboy (bark) lines, spar rigging list and letter consists of two 8x10 prints of lines and a spar rigging list for the NEWSBOY. The letter is from Howard I. Chapelle, the Curator of the Division of Transportation at the Smithsonian...

Newsom & Newsom drawings of an unidentified mixed use building

The Newsom & Newsom drawings of an unidentified mixed use building span 3 linear feet and date from 1906. The collection is composed of six architectural drawings in the form of blueprints. Drawings include: basement and foundations plans, floor plans...

Newsom (Gavin Christopher) Papers

This collection documents the mayoral career of Gavin Newsom, who served as the 42nd mayor of San Francisco, from Jan. 8, 2004 to Jan. 11, 2011.

Newsom (J.B.) Papers

Papers include "Chinese mining methods in Malaya," 1920, a typescript paper, with some penciled corrections, illustrated with photographs and tables (a later version of this paper was submitted as his thesis for his engineer's degree); reports and related correspondence regarding...

Newsom (John F.) Papers

These papers largely pertain to geologic and mining work in Alaska and Malaya undertaken by J.F. Newsom, with some materials pertaining to his son John Branner Newsom. Included is a field book on gold claims in Alaska and British Columbia...

Newsom (John Flesher) photographs

Depicts Stanford University, 1892-1917; persons associated with Stanford University, including Herbert Hoover, John C. Branner, and Joseph Swain; and daily life and tin mining operations in Malaya, 1920.

Newspaper articles concerning political disturbances in Sonora and Jalisco, 1935 Aug. 11-Oct. 20.

1. Arizona Republic, [Pheonix?, Arizona] August 11-October 16, 1935. An article on the discovery of a plot to assassinate President Lázaro Cárdenas, and several reports on an uprising in Sonora against Governor Ramón Ramos and the religious and agrarian policies...

Newspaper Articles on California Water Issues (Collection of)

The collection consists of handwritten transcipts of newspaper articles on California water related issues published in the late 1800s.

[Newspaper articles pertaining to George Moore].

A collection of newspaper articles including several letters to the editor, an essay and a poem by author George Moore as well as book reviews, obituaries, and miscellaneous commentaries on his life and work.

Newspaper Clipping Files

The Newspaper Clipping Files are comprised of articles from local newspapers relating to the history of Nevada County from it's early days to the present.

Newspaper Clipping Files Collection, 1913-2010.

A collection of newspaper clippings pertaining to the city of Perris, its citizens and organizations, gathered over the last nineteen years by the Perris Valley Historical and Museum Association.

Newspaper clippings of Petaluma fires, 1933-1934

Collection consists of a scrapbook of clippings from Petaluma, California newspapers (primarily the Petaluma Argus-courier (Petaluma, Calif. : 1928), on the subject of fires in and around the city between 1933 and 1934.

Newspaper Clippings Pertaining to West Valley College

This collection includes newspaper clippings from various local papers concerning West Valley College history, people, events, etc.

Newspaper Collection

The La Jolla Newspaper Collection is made up of bound and loose newspapers of La Jolla collected by the La Jolla Historical Society since the 1930s to use for historical research and reference. The Collection contains newspapers published in La...

Newspaper Collection

An artificial collection of American newspapers published in the English language. Also American-published papers of southern California in other languages. One of the strengths of the collection is its southern California and Los Angeles area papers. Also some foreign newspapers....

Newspaper Collections

The Holt-Atherton Special Collections and Archives curates hundreds of newspapers in hardcopy and on microfilm that focus on the West, California, the Central Valley, San Joaquin Valley, and Stockton.

Newspaper Enterprise Association miscellaneous records

Correspondence, dispatches, memoranda, and clippings, relating to the political, economic, and diplomatic situation in China, and to Japanese activities in Siberia and China. Consists mainly of communications from Jack Mason, Far Eastern Bureau correspondent, to Alfred O. Anderson, president, Newspaper...

Newspaper headlines collection

American newspaper front pages and other clippings for the San Francisco earthquake, the 1918 Armistice, the Lindbergh kidnapping, the war years 1940-45, etc.


Nevada County, California, newspapers from the Gold Rush forward. Short run of Yerba Buena [San Francisco] paper 1847-1848. See "Additional Collection Guides" for newspaper titles and years of publication.

NewsTrak videotape collection

The NewsTrak Videotape Collection consists 91 boxes of media coverage collected by the NewsTrak media monitoring firm from various television news stations, public relations firms, and government, corporate and non-profit public relations departments in the Sacramento area between 1987-2006. Media...

Newton Booth PTA Publicity Report, Guide to the

This is a multiple format collection covering materials produced by or about the Newton Booth school's Parent Teacher Association between 1943 and 1944. Newspaper clippings, event invitations, programs, ticket stubs, notices to parents, and other ephemera maintain a record of...

Newton (Dr. Huey P.) Foundation Inc. Collection

The Huey P. Newton Foundation was started by David Hilliard and Fredrika Newton to develop and sponsor cultural, historical and educational programs and institutions consistant with the theories and teaching of Huey Newton and the philosophy and ideology of the...

Newton (Garth R.) papers

Unit history, orders, letters, and certificates, relating to activities of the 197th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Automatic Weapons Battalion in France and Belgium during World War II. Photocopy.

Newton, Gordon, & Johnson, Merchants Collection

Letters to Madeira merchants regarding wine shipments in the late 18th century.

Newton (Isaac) Collection

The Newton Collection manuscripts consist of letters, drafts, reports, notes, bound volumes of lecture notes, tables, diagrams, portraits, printed pamphlets and booklets, and photostats by and about some of the leading figures in the history of science. It includes material...

Newton, Isaac Medals and coins

The Medals and coins honoring Sir Isaac Newton collection contains various medallions, medals and coins, some in plaster replica which chiefly depict Isaac Newton.

Newton, Isaac related artwork, photographs, drawings and prints from Babson College's Grace K. Babson Collection of the Works of Sir Isaac Newton

The Isaac Newton related artwork, photographs, drawings and prints from Babson College's Grace K. Babson Collection of the Works of Sir Isaac Newton, contains various artworks on paper depicting Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727), contemporary scientists and other figures as well...

Newton (J.B.) & Company papers

The J.B. Newton & Company papers (SAFR 14277, HDC 69) consists of business correspondence, billheads, bills of lading, and insurance policy. The dates are 1845, 1848 to 1851 and 1854 to 1865. Most of the the business correspondence is between...

Newton, Ralph W. (First World War correspondence)

This collection contains one letter from Maj. Ralph W. Newton to Carolyn Wall during the First World War.

Newton (William) drawings of the William F. Bessemeyer house

The William Newton drawings of the William F. Bessemeyer house span 3 linear feet and date from 1962. The collection consists of six original architectural drawings. Drawing include: site plan and schedules, floor and roof plan, elevations (exterior and interior),...

Newton-Heron correspondence, 1928-1940.

Correspondence of A. Edward Newton and Flodden W. Heron. Chiefly concerning book collecting and fine printing. Letters from John Henry Nash, William Clarkson Van Antwerp and Babette Edelheim Newton included. Some correspondence relates to the Book Club of California and...

NeXT computer ephemera, Oliver Johns collection

This collection includes copies of NeXT software, printed user guides, advertising brochures, programming and software manuals for NeXT products like NeXTSTEP and OpenStep, and other related publications....

Ney (Alfred) Personal Papers

The collection contains items reflecting the life and career of Alfred Ney, including documents, drawings, and photographs. Ney worked for Packard, Convair and Bendix, among others.

Neylan (John Francis) Papers

Contains correspondence, memoranda, reports, speeches, articles, clippings, scrapbooks and printed material relating to: his work as chairman of the California State Board of Control during Hiram Johnson's administration; as publisher of the ; Neylan's work on the Board of Regents...

Neyman (Michael) Screen adaptation of John Steinbeck's FLIGHT

Included are Neyman's original versions: some preliminary film shots, his film, such of it as has been preserved, stills from the film and related prints, correspondence, publicity from his day, and ephemera....

Nezavisimost' records

Internal circulated material, protocols, correspondence, flyers, serial issues, and printed matter relating to the labor movement in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia.

Nezrimoe prisutstvie typescript

Includes Shlykov's memoir, prepared for publication, but never published. Also includes an earlier draft version of the memoir and a version of the memoir on optical disk. In the memoir, Shlykov describes his arrest in Switzerland in 1983, where he...

Ng Poon Chew papers, ca. 1901-1964.

Contains correspondence and writings of Dr. Chew, along with some documents relating to his newspaper, Chung Sai Yat Bo, including bylaws, miscellaneous business papers, and printed materials relating to the Kuomintang (KMT). Also includes family papers, consisting of his children's...

Nghiem (Xuan Thien) writings

Relates to post-World War II Vietnamese history and to freedom of the press in Vietnam. Includes "Recollections of a Vietnamese Refugee" (1988) and "Observations on the Press of South Vietnam and Its New Press Regulations" (1970).

Nguyen (Bang) Papers

Collection contains the papers of Bang Nguyen. Material includes issues of Lavender Godzilla, records and other papers related to the Gay Asian Pacific Alliance (GAPA, other gay Asian material including an Asians Gay Porn zine, and personal and biographical information...

Nguyen (Duc) Video Footage for Bolinao 52

The collection consists of video recordings and transcripts of interviews for the documentary film , directed by Duc Nguyen. The collection also contains print documents regarding Vietnamese refugee assistance and asylum, a map of the Philippine First Asylum Center, and...

Nguyen (Khanh Van Thi) narrative on Operation Frequent Wind

This file consists of a typed essay by Khanh Van Thi Nguyen about her experience during the fall of Saigon, Vietnam and subsequent airlift evacuation to the USS Midway as part of Operation Frequent Wind in 1975. The document, written...

N.H. Reed photograph album of Santa Barbara and vicinity.

Includes views of Santa Barbara; scenes at Mission Santa Barbara (some depicting a friar, Anthony, and another unidentified Franciscan friar); scenes from the 1893 Battle of Flowers parade; the home of early California settler and governor José de la Guerra...

Náhuatl codices on land distribution : Mexico : ms, [15--].

Náhuatl documents, apparently land titles, written in the Spanish alphabet on maguey fibre. Dated in the 16th century, but apparently all forming part of the so-called "Techialoyan group," and classified as forgeries by Donald Robertson in his book on Mexican...

Ni de aquí ni de allá / neither here nor there : contemporary Mexican printmaking on both sides of the border.

Prints chiefly pertaining to contemporary social and political issues concerning Mexico and its relationship to the United States. Created by artists in both countries, works feature a wide diversity of printmaking techniques.

Nicaragua cyanotype picture postcards, 1909

Four cyanotype picture postcards, Bluxfields, Nicaragua, 1909. Alpha list.

Nicaragua. Guardia Nacional processed materials

Inventories armed encounters between units of the Guardia Nacional of Nicaragua and insurrectionary forces from 1927 to 1932, with date, place, description of encounter and number of casualties for each incident. Also includes list of United States Marine Corps personnel...

Nicaragua Information Center Records

The records of the Nicaragua Information Center span the decade of its operation, beginning in 1980 through its closure in 1991. They consist primarily of NIC's operational, working files, including information about other organizations and political events of the decade,...

Nicaragua. Ministerio de Defensa miscellaneous records

Statistics, charts, and plans, relating to manpower strength, armaments, and other equipment of Nicaraguan ground, air and naval forces, their organizational structure, casualties in the contra guerrilla war, operational plans, and contingency plans in the event of an American invasion....

Nicaragua. Ministerio del Interior. Seccion especial de investigaciones miscellaneous records

Correspondence, memoranda, lists, and case file reports, relating to allegations of human rights violations in Nicaragua. Photocopy.

Nicaragua newspaper collection

The newspapers in this collection were originally collected by the Hoover Institution Library and transferred to the Archives in 2019. The Nicaragua newspaper collection (1979-1994) comprises five different titles of publication, in both Spanish and English. All of the titles...

Nicaraguan poster collection

Nicaraguan posters, 1979-1989, representing a wide range of themes, including literacy campaigns, commemorations of revolutionary book releases, land reform, and cultural events.

Nicaraguan subject collection

Reports, correspondence, policy statements, speeches, election campaign literature, bulletins, newsletters, pamphlets, serial issues, other printed matter, and audiovisual materials, relating primarily to conditions in Nicaragua since the revolution of 1979, policies of the Sandinista government, human rights issues in Nicaragua,...

Nice Girls: Women in the Business School presentation

Slides, 3 audio tapes, and scripts....

Nicgorski (Darlene) papers on the Sanctuary Movement

Writings, correspondence, newspaper and periodical clippings, legal papers, audio- and videotapes, and graphic materials relating to the life and career of Darlene Nicgorski, a leader in the Sanctuary movement for Central American refugees in the United States in the early...

Nicholas Dawson papers, [ca. 1839-1901]

Notebook kept on journey to California in the Bartleson party, 1841, with observations also of California in 1842; diary of second journey in 1849; manuscript and printer's copy of reminiscences, California in 1841, Texas in 1851, published in 1901, with...

Nicholas Dumas oral history, 2000-2001

Interviews with a Greek immigrant who settled in Santa Barbara. Interviewer: David E. Russell, Aug. 2000-Apr. 2001. Interviewee(s): Nicholas [aka Nick] Dumas [originally Dumakis]; Lena Dumas. Transcript: Various versions. Files from blue Mac downloaded to oral history section of S...

Nicholas I, Emperor of Russia order

Illustrates and describes various medals and awards.

Nicholas II, Emperor of Russia miscellaneous papers

Two imperial orders (printed) signed by Nicholas II, 1905 and 1908; letters (handwritten and typewritten copies) from Nicholas II to Prime Minister P. A. Stolypin, 1906-1911; facsimiles of the abdication documents of Nicholas II and Grand Duke Mikhail, 1917; Nicholas...

Nicholas Petris papers, 1952-2001.

Carton 1: correspondence, subject files, newsclippings and campaign literature. Volume 1: Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, 1966. Volume 2: Scrapbook of newspaper clippings, 1969. Volume 3: photo album of trip to Greece, 1983. Oversize folder 1: campaign posters (two for district...

Nicholas Piediscalzi collection

Materials collected by Nicholas Piediscalzi about religion and public education issues. Also included are notebooks and audio cassettes pertaining to Lazaris, the "nonphysical being" with whom Jach Pursel claims to communicate.

Nichols, Adolphus (Civil War correspondence)

This collection contains two letters from Adolphus Nichols to his family during the Civil War. The letters were written in a camp of the New York 6th Heavy Artillery in February and April of 1864. Also included are transcriptions of...

Nichols (Alan H.) papers

Correspondence, military documents, clippings, and photographs, relating to American volunteer ambulance drivers in France, and to American volunteer aviators in the French army, during World War I. Includes Nichols family correspondence relating to Alan H. Nichols, and correspondence and military...

Nichols (Dudley) collection of material about

Collection consists of personal and business financial records, published articles, correspondence, and memorabilia....

Nichols (Dudley) Papers

Dudley Nichols (1895-1960) was a journalist and screenwriter. He wrote or co-authored screenplays for some of John Ford's best-known films, including (1935), which won an Academy Award, and (1939). He also wrote scripts for Howard Hawks, Jean Renoir, Fritz Lang,...

Nichols family archive

The Nichols family was a prominent New England family. This archive focuses specifically on two brothers: George Granville Nichols and Smith Woodward Nichols, Jr.

Nichols family collection on the Palace of Westminster

This collection is comprised of items found within , by Edward Wedlake Brayley, and John Britton. Material includes correspondences, documents and illustrated plates from circa 1650 to 1905. The original book that contained these items is also housed within the...

Nichols (Frederick G.) Papers

Frederick George Nichols (1878-1954) served as the state supervisor of commercial education for the New York State Educational Department (1909-11) before becoming a professor of education (1922-44) and emeritus professor at Harvard University. The collection consists of memoirs relating to...

Nichols (John) papers, 1928-2009

John Nichols of Santa Paula, California is a local historian, photographer, and writer. Much of his work has focused on the St. Francis Dam disaster and his research on the 1928 dam break led to the 2002 work for Arcadia...

Nichols (Neil) Papers

The Neil E. Nichols Papers Papers were artificially created but contains document pertaining to his time spent as the Superintendent of Cal Maritime from 1937-1940.

Nichols, Rosalie. Photographs from the Rosalie Nichols collection pertaining to Our paper.

Subject files of photographs used primarily to illustrate stories appearing in Our paper. Photographs chiefly depict persons and events associated with various political, legal and social issues concerning the gay and lesbian communities of Santa Clara County in particular, but...

Nichols Theater Program Collection

Theater programs (performing arts); primarily from New York (1940-1960) and Los Angeles (1961-1976).

Nicholson, A. J. Scrapbooks relating to the Spanish-American War and the Philippine Insurrection, [ca. 1893-1907].

Vol. 1. Spanish-American War: mounted photographs, engravings, and clippings showing crowds, troops, ships; clippings from English language newspapers; flags, broadsides, and pamphlets. Interspersed with ms. diary in English of wartime events.

Nicholson (Antionette Wheeler) Letters regarding the Suffrage Movement and Against Capital Punishment

Correspondence received from various public officials including, Lou Henry Hoover, Fremont Older, and Theodore Roosevelt concerning suffrage and capital punishment. They have been arranged chronologically. An alphabetical list of correspondents follows....

Nicholson family correspondence : California and Nevada, 1889-1905.

Letter of 26 November 1905 (6 p.) from Ches Nicholson to Jennie Nicholson in east Oakland, Calif., tells of cold weather and bleak living conditions in Toano, Nev., and his uncertain plans for leaving. A second letter of 5 December...

Nicholson (Grace) Papers and Addenda

This collection contains the papers of Grace Nicholson (1877-1948), a collector and dealer of Native American and Asian arts and crafts in Pasadena, California, with much of the collection relating to her work in the fields of Native American and...

Nicholson (Grace) Photograph Collection

This collection contains approximately 10,000 photographs, negatives, and ephemera created or compiled by Grace Nicholson (1877-1948), a collector and dealer of Native American and Asian arts and crafts in Pasadena, California. The bulk of the collection dates from 1903 to...

Nicholson (Henry B.) papers

Henry Bigger Nicholson (September 5, 1925-March 2, 2007) was Professor and Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at the University of California, Los Angeles, dedicated to studying Aztec history, art and religion. The Henry Nicholson collection spans almost the entire 20th century,...

Nicholson (Herbert V.) Papers

This collection consists of letters written to the Nicholson family, largely related to the Friendship Home in Pasadena, California. Herbert Nicholson was a reverend and a missionary in Japan for much of his adult life. The collection also includes publications,...

Nicholson (John Page) Collection: Collection of Civil War photographs including views of City Point and Richmond

A group of 51 Civil War photographs including barracks at City Point, soldiers, army camps, prisons, and various other subjects.

Nicholson (John Page) Collection: Collection of Civil War photographs including war casualties

A group of 63 Civil War photographs, including views of war dead at Gettysburg, officers and soldiers at camp, battlefields, and others, approximately 1863-1865.

Nicholson (John Page) Collection: Gettysburg National Park Commission. Photographs illustrating the work of the commission

Photographs of the building and development of Gettysburg National Military Park over the years 1893 to 1916.

Nicholson (John Page) Collection: Photograph album of groups of Civil War veterans at battlefield sites, and related images

An album of group portraits of Civil War veterans, chiefly at Gettysburg, 1880s. Also, two photographs of incidents of war by Mathew Brady, 1862.

Nicholson (John Page) Collection: Photograph album of veterans reunions and monuments at Gettysburg, with some Civil War images

Photographs of veterans reunions, monuments, and landmarks at Gettysburg, approximately 1890 to 1910, with a few 1860s images related to Ulysses S. Grant.

Nicholson (John Page) Collection: Photographs. Monuments at Gettysburg

Photographs of monuments on Gettysburg Battlefield, taken approximately 1883-1890.

Nicholson (John Page) Collection: Photographs of the monuments erected by the Antietam Battlefield Commission of Pennsylvania

An album of photographs of monuments, buildings and a dedication ceremony at Antietam Battlefield, Maryland, 1904.

Nicholson (John Page) Papers and Civil War Collection

Papers and collection of American Civil War veteran and collector John Page Nicholson.

Nicholson (Seth Barnes) Papers

The collection contains the astronomical research and correspondence of American astronomer Seth Barnes Nicholson (1891-1963), dating from 1914 to 1963. The majority of Nicholson’s research material deals with his study of Jupiter and its moons.

Nicholson (Watson) Papers

Literary manuscripts, research notes, copies of research material, clips, lectures, essays, printed material. Predominantly research material and manuscripts of published works on British theatre. Some unpublished material. Other subjects include; censorship, Victorian era, Thackeray, Defoe's JOURNAL OF THE PLAGUE YEAR,...

[Nick Setka poster collection pertaining to Cody's Books and other subjects].

Posters issued by Cody's Books, including literary broadsides, reproductions of illustrations from Harper's Bazar, bookstore events, and miscellaneous quotations; and several calendars published by the bookstore, including a few pertaining to Henry David Thoreau. Posters by other publishers refer to...

Nickerson Family, Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company

These are papers of William J. Nickerson, Jr., the company he founded, Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Company, and his son Victor A. Nickerson. The materials are comprised of correspondence, photographs and assorted business documents, fliers, brochures and newspaper clippings....

Nicklas, Douglass R. (Second World War and Korean War correspondence)

This collection contains personal correspondence and records of LtCol. Douglass R. Nicklas, USAAF during the Second World War and the Korean War.

Nicks (John D. Jr.) Papers

The collection includes files accumulated by Nicks and document his career in academia with a particular focus on his time at Pepperdine. Nicks held many roles at Pepperdine including professor, dean of the Pepperdine School of Business, vice president of...

Nicodemi (Giorgio) papers

This archive consists of Professor Giorgio Nicodemi's working files of readings (preprints, printed lectures, honorary essays, etc.); photographs of artists' works (most annotated by Nicodemi); clippings; notes; small books and more ephemeral publications; and a few letters and other correspondence,...

Nicodemus : a mystery play : ms., 1919.

One of three hand-lettered copies made by John Catlin, 1920, and presented to John Henry Nash. Photographs of members of the cast included. Letter of transmittal from Catlin to Nash, July 5, l920, at the end of the volume. With...

Nicola, Robert E. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains four correspondence from S2/C Robert E. Nicola, USN, and four correspondence from other authors, during the Second World War.

Nicolaevsky (Boris I.) collection

Correspondence, memoranda, writings, speeches, memoirs, minutes of meetings, conference proceedings, leaflets, resolutions, bulletins, reports, clippings, newspapers, other printed matter, and photographs relating to Karl Marx and the international socialist movement; the First, Second, Third and Fourth Intenationals; Russian revolutionary, anarchist...

[Nicolai Bulgakoff, Russian engineering student at U.C. Berkley, photograph album].

Snaphot photographs primarily documenting Bulgakoff's years as an undergraduate mechanical engineering student at the Univeristy of California, Berkeley from approximately 1919-1923. Images depict Bulgakoff, his friends and classmates, student activities on the Berkeley campus, Berkeley town views, and leisure outings....

Nicolas, Prince of Romania papers

Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, genealogical charts, legal and financial papers, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the royal family of Romania, the history of the House of Hohenzollern, and Romanian émigré affairs

Nicolau (Siobhan) Papers

This collection contains papers amassed by Siobhan Oppenheimer-Nicolau during her tenure as Program Officer at the Ford Foundation. It includes important documentation chronicling the development of the Southwest Council of La Raza, the controversies surrounding the Mexican American Youth Organization...

Nicoletta (Daniel) Photographs

Three photographs by Daniel Nicoletta. Two are of gay softball games in 1976; the other was taken in Castro Camera in 1977.

Nicoletta (Daniel) Photographs Collection

The collection is a portfolio of 33 images chosen and arranged by Daniel Nicoletta, a San Francisco-based freelance photographer. He has been documenting the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities since 1975. The collection showcases the wide range of his...

Nicoletta (Daniel) Slides

This collection contains thirty slides of photos depicting Sylvester, Divine, and the Cockettes during performances and events throughout the 1970s and 1990s. The slides are labeled with names, locations, and/or dates. These are mostly images taken by other photographers but...

Nicoll Family Papers

The collection numbers 119 pieces of letters and manuscripts and 150 pieces of photographs and ephemera. It has been fully cataloged and available for research. ...

Nicolopulos (James) Corrido Research Files

This collection contains poetics scholar James "Jaime" Nicolopulos's research files on Mexican and Tejano border music. Nicolopulos was a professor of American Literature and Spanish at the University of Texas at Austin. He was a frequent collaborator of Chris Strachwitz...

Nicolopulos (Tom) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Tom Nicolopulos conducted by Adah Bakalinsky. Employee, State Conciliation Service, 1948-1976; describes a variety of San Francisco strikes, including Machinists Union Local 68 in 1946, asparagus pickers in 1947-1948, and nurses and farmworkers in 1966;...

[Nicolás González-Medina political prints and other artworks].

Woodblock prints and other artworks pertaining to political issues such as immigration, Dreamers (DACA recipients), anti-racism, anti-colonialism and the Black Lives Matter movement. Includes a 2-part hand-painted shield (forming a single image) used in BLM demonstrations of 2020. One side...

Nicolás Guadalupe de Castro testamento : Tacubaya, Mexico : DS, 1769 Dec. 26.

Contemporary copy of last will and testament of a Mexican Indian, re disposition of his property in Tacubaya, signed by official witnesses.

Nidecker (John E.) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, schedules, press releases, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the presidential administration of Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford.

Nidever's (George) Remembrance of the Lone Indian Woman of San Nicolas Island

A handwritten manuscript entitled "The Indian Woman of San Nicolas," which records the remembrances of George Nidever, as recorded by E. F. Murray in Santa Barbara, California, 1878 November 4, and a handwritten note of biographical information on Nidever.

Niebyl (Elizabeth Hale) papers

Materials include correspondence, published reports and proposals, printed pamphlets and brochures, as well as manuscript drafts of research adn memorandum, notes, and more. Topics covered include senior housing, veterans' housing, poor and middle class housing, rent control, evictions, housing prices,...

Niederpruem (William J.) papers

The William J. Niederpruem papers document the career of an American military officer who served in the United States Army during both World War I and World War II, and who was part of the American occupation authority in Japan...

Niels Bohr: essays and papers : typescript / 1927-1962.

John Sanders is also the compiler of the two volumes.

Nielsen (Berger) Collection

This collection contains photos, correspondence, personal business papers, papers from Mr. Nielsen’s Army career, and scrapbooks, documents, photos, correspondence and miscellaneous items from his career as Executive Director of various Chambers of Commerce including those of Montclair and Ontario.

Nielsen (Erik) Papers

The Erik Nielsen papers contain materials related to his career as a party producer in the 1970s and 1980s.

Nielsen (Finn A.) collection

Danish newspaper issues, relating to Denmark in World War II, especially during the closing days of the war in Europe, and to the death of King Christian X of Denmark in 1947. Includes a few issues of German propaganda newspapers...

Nielson (Layne) collection on George Hoyningen-Huene

Baron George Hoyningen-Huene, celebrated fashion photographer and motion picture color consultant, photographed for and from 1925 to 1945 and coordinated aesthetics for film director George Cukor. In addition to drafts of Baron George Hoyningen-Huene’s unpublished memoirs, the collection includes his...

Nielson (Layne) papers

Layne Nielson is a fashion and graphic designer who designed fashion accessories and stationery for Rudi Gernreich and for his own label. The collection includes fashion samples and accessories, as well as sketches, publicity, stationery, examples of Nielson's design work...

Nielson (Sass) papers

Sass Nielsen worked at Disney Studios in Burbank, California throughout the 1990s. Her advocacy work, growing out of the group Hollywood Supports (a nonprofit organization promoting awareness of AIDS and gay issues) concerned the extension of health benefits for same...

Niem (Freddie) Portrait of Reverend James Sandmire

Painted scroll by artist Freddie Niem depicting Reverend James Sandmire, founder of Metropolitan Community Churches in San Francisco and Oakland and a gay rights activist.

Niemeye (Gerhart) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, conference proceedings, and printed matter, relating to communism, international organization and world security, and the foreign policy of the United States and the Soviet Union.

Niemoller (Martin) writings

Photocopies of sermons, 1936-1937, and a typescript memorandum, 1945, relating to the role of religion and religious education in Germany, and to national socialism. Includes a 1947 United States Army report on Niemöller. In part, photocopy.

Nierenberg (William) Papers

Papers of William Nierenberg, documenting the full spectrum of his long career as a professor, academic administrator, and advisor to major science-oriented government committees. The collection is focused on his years as director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography (SIO).

Nietschmann (Bernard) papers

The Bernard Nietschmann papers document his professional career as a cultural geographer, scholar, teacher, and activist. The bulk of the collection concerns his work with the Miskito Indians and other indigenous peoples in Central America and worldwide. The collection includes...

Nietschmann, Bernard. Photographs from the Bernard Nietschmann papers.

Includes photographs taken by Nietschmann pertaining to his research on the Miskito of eastern Nicaragua; on the Maya Atlas and the Maya Mapping Project (Belize); and on sea turtles of Central America and the Carribbean. Also includes earlier U.S. Navy...

Nieuwe roterdamsche courant newspaper clippings

Relates primarily to political and military affairs during the two world wars.

Niger subject collection

Pamphlets, bulletins, reports, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Niger, and especially to droughts and famines in Niger.

Nigeria / West African frontier force photograph album, 1901-1905

Purchase, Pablo Butcher, 2008. Bernath and Friends funds.

Nigeria election posters and ephemera

Political posters and ephemera (including T-shirt, buttons, cap, tarps, posters, newsletters and leafelts) from the 2003 and 2019 Nigerian elections.

Nigeria Photograph Album, ca. 1912-1913.

48 black and white snapshots, likely taken by a British miner or geologist, including images of a trek to prospect for minerals, Baro market place, Kano horse race, Calabar sports, cattle and sheep from the northern Nigeria at Ibadan, views...

Nigeria photograph album, circa late 1940s

Date of 1946 on one photo. Jeeps also look like that period, probably surplus from WWII.

Nigerian Pamphlets and Other Publications Collected by Simon Ottenberg

Pamphlet and serial publications from Nigeria, particularly the Eastern Region, relating to Nigerian culture, history, literature, and politics. Includes works written by people of Ibo background and Onitsha Market Literature.

Nigerian subject collection

Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, serial issues, reports, government documents, flyers, press briefings, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Nigeria, and to the Nigerian Civil War of 1967-1970.

Niggli (Josephina ) Book Collection

The personal book Collection donated to UCLA by dramatist, writer and teacher, Josephina Niggli.n.b. Accents have been removed to facilitate the use of most web browsers.Researchers who would like to indicate errors of fact or omissions in this finding aid...

Night order books kept by Captain Henri Martinus Van Nieuwenhuysen

Night order books kept by Captain Henri Martinus Van Nieuwenhuysen (SAFR 17246, HDC 329) consists of twelve volumes for various freighters and tankers commanded by Captain H.M. Van Nieuwenhuysen, including: RING LARDNER, JOHN MCLEAN, ISAAC DELGADO, LAKEWOOD VICTORY, CARL ZACHARY...

Nightingale (Florence and Jessie Lennox) Correspondence

The collection contains fifteen letters written and signed by Florence Nightingale, founder of modern nursing, to her friend and student Jessie Lennox from between 1883 and 1896 discussing various aspects of the profession. Also includes a 1917 letter from Jessie...

Nightingale (Florence) Letter

Contains one letter written by Florence Nightingale and a letter of appraisal.

Nightingale (Florence) Memorial Collection

Collection contains material regarding Florence Nightingale and the history of nursing collected and created by Country Joe McDonald. It includes McDonald writings and research, printed material, audiovisual and graphic material, ephemera, and rare books, dated 1831-2009.

[Nightlife, entertainment and gambling industry photographs from Lake Tahoe, Palm Springs and other locations].

Images chiefly depict scenes of nightlife in clubs, bars, casinos and other establishments associated with the entertainment, gambling and resort industries of the Lake Tahoe area, Palm Springs, the Salton Sea and other western locations in the 1950s and 1960s....

Nihilson (Deke) Papers

Deke Nihilson (1968-), also known as Daniel Frontino Elash, is a musician, filmmaker, labor organizer, and zine editor best known for Homocore, which he edited along with Tom Jennings. The collection contains flyers; ephemera from other anarchist and queer political...

Nii (Alfred) typescript

Relates to Estonian refugee life in German-occupied Poland during World War II, and in Sweden and Canada in the postwar period. Photocopy.

Nijhoff (Martinus) collection

Books, leaflets, bulletins, other printed matter, memoranda, and correspondence, relating to the German occupation of the Netherlands, food and travel restrictions, black market activities, sabotage, cultural activities, recruitment of Dutch volunteers in the German armed forces, and underground presses in...

Nikitovic (Caslav M.) papers

Correspondence, writings, printed matter, personal documents, and photographs relating to twentieth-century Yugoslav political history and to Serbian émigré affairs.

Nikkei Student Union. Administrative Records.

Record Series 720 contains the administrative records of UCLA's Nikkei Student Union.

[Nikola Olic photographs of urban structures in Los Angeles and San Francisco].

Views of buildings and architectural details in Los Angeles and San Francisco, represented in artistically abstract compositions.

Nikolaev (Konstantin Nikolaevich) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, and printed matter, relating to Russian émigré lawyers in the United States, and to resettlement of Russian refugees in the United States.

Nikolaieff (Alexander M.) proof sheets

Relates to Japanese military activities in Manchuria. Published in the .

Nikol'skii (Evgenii Aleksandrovich) writings

Writings relating to the Russian General Staff, 1903-1908, and Russian refugees during World War I.

Niles (Alfred S.) and Joseph S. Newell, Airplane Structures Typescript

Collection contains corrected typescripts of chapters 1 through 15, list of figures, illustrations, and index. Most of the pages are carbon copies but a few are mimeographed; the illustrations are copies, not originals....

Niles Dam Collection

This collection consists of the Niles Dam Historic American Engineering Report in three sections – the report, the figures, and the measured drawings. The HAER was prepared by Rand Herbert of JRP Historical Consulting Services; original documents included in the...

Niles (passenger vessel) records

Niles (passenger vessel) records (SAFR 14276, HDC 137) contains items dated from 1920 to 1931. Two ships logs document voyages of the NILES between San Francisco, Hawaii (Honolulu), Canada (Vancouver), Japan (Yokohama) and China (Shanghai, Hong Kong). They record the...

Niles Searls diary : ms. S, 1849 May 9-Oct. 1.

Record of overland journey to California in a wagon train outfitted by the "Pioneer Line" operated by Allen and Turner, St. Louis, Mo.

Nilgiri collection

This collection consists of unique manuscript volumes, cassette tapes consisting of 100 hours of recordings of Badaga ballads, field notes, Basel Mission materials including registers of births, deaths and notes, epehmera, along with other materials. These materials were separated from...

Nils Kolkin papers, before 1934.

Manuscripts on development of the alphabet and historical linguistics. Also, manuscripts, reprints and clippings concerning early theories of electromagnetism, the theory of ether, "astatic pendulums", and other aspects of the physical sciences.

Nilsson (Nils John) Papers

Collection pertains to Nilsson's research and teaching and includes correspondence, notes and text for talks, papers, published articles, conference and meeting materials, and AV materials on artificial intelligence.

Nilus (Evgenii Khristianovich) typescript

Relates to the Chinese Eastern Railway. Commissioned by the board of directors of the Railway.

Nimitz (Chester W.) Collection

Transcript copies of correspondence, orders, reports, speeches (1943-1948), and press clippings. Speeches also on microfilm. CINCPAC (Comander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet) reports from Nimitz on operations and battles. Includes 79 photographs (1885-1957) of Nimitz' career and signed photographs...

Nimuendajú, Curt [Photographs from the Curt Nimuendajú papers].

Chiefly photographs of indigenous peoples of Brazil, and their material culture, used as illustrations in publications by Nimuendajú. The collection1 comprises two groups of photographs, each associated with an unidentified work, at least one of which pertains to the Tucuna...

Nimura (Taku Frank) typescript

Relates to conditions of Japanese Americans in the Tule Lake camp during World War II. Photocopy.

Nin (Anaïs) papers

The papers of Anaïs Nin document the life of the noted diarist and novelist. Nin began her diary at the age of 11 in 1914 when she moved to the United States with her family. She continued to write in...

Nina Floy Bracelin papers, 1927-1963.

Includes letters from Philip K. Brown, Anita Blake, E.L. Furlong, Amada Mexia Gonzalez Rubio, Nell Haley, and E.P. Killip, Adela A. Mexia, some relating to Ynés Mexía; Mrs. Bracelin's card files and related notes on specimens from the Anson Blake...

Nina Glaser photographs of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

Photographs depict members of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (Sister Boom Boom, Sister Vicious Power Hungry Bitch, Sister Mary Media and others) in various humorous poses, chiefly of a sexually and religiously provocative nature. Taken at unidentified locations, some of...

Nina Joy Gerbaulet papers, 1918-1983 (bulk 1950-1980).

Contains correspondence, manuscripts, biographical material, scrapbooks, plaques, and page proofs.

Nin-Culmell (Joaquín) and Nin y Castellanos (José Joaquín) family papers

This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, scores, reviews and other material pertaining to Joaquín Nin-Culmell, a twentieth century Cuban-Spanish composer, conductor, pianist, and professor, and his father José Joaquín Nin y Castellanos, a twentieth century Cuban pianist and composer. The included...

Nin-Culmell (Joaquín) Papers

Primarily fair copies of autograph musical compositions, encompassing works from every period in the life of Joaquín Nin-Culmell, as well as transcriptions, arrangements, and other projects, along with musical sketch material and a comparatively small amount of professional papers from...

Nine Months in the United States by Thomas Kennet-Were

Nine Months in the United States by Thomas Kennet-Were (SAFR 17253, HDC 336) consists of a thirty-eight page reproduction of an article titled "Nine Months in the United States" written for The Gazette in England by Thomas Kennet-Were in 1869....

Nineteenth Century Americana Collection

The collection is partially processed, with folder titles generally referring to personal surnames or names of organizations. When more than one individual with the surname is represented in a folder, it often is unclear if the individuals are members of...

Nineteenth Century Business Collection

Correspondence, lists, invoices and other documents relating to several East Coast businesses. Some of the material is from the Civil War era.

Nineteenth century engravings and lithographs, circa 1800s-1890s

96 engravings and lithographs, mixed formats and sizes, including British, French, American (Connecticut - esp. Hartford, Massachusetts, New York - esp. Albany and New York City), with images of buildings, several of Napoleon Bonaparte (including two political cartoons), other prominent...

Nineteenth century French artists' letters and other papers

This assembled collection comprises 85 items, mainly letters, notes, and cards written by 30 identified French artists, and 10 of other nationalities, on various subjects related to their professional and private lives.

Nineteenth Century Photograph Collection

This collection consists of tintypes, ambrotypes, and cartes de visite of unrelated individuals, probably photographed in the United States from the 1860s through the 1890s. The cartes de visite are photographs of Civil War soldiers, mostly officers. There is one...

Nineteenth Festival, International Society for Contemporary Music Records

Programs, notices, letters to Alfred Frankenstein, biographical sketches of some of the composers performed at the Festival, statements by some of the composers about their works, letters of congratulations....

Nineteenth-Century Almanacs Collection

This small, artifical collection consists of three almanacs from the 1890s.

Nineteenth-Century Etchings and Engravings

This collection consists of etchings and engravings found in the books "Character Sketches of Romance, Fiction and the Drama" and "The Eatstern or Old World; Embracing Ancient and Modern History."

Nineteenth-Century Fashion Plates Collection

The fashion plates measure 2 inches and date from 1807 to 1876. The collection is arranged in three series: Empire Period, Romantic Period and Edwardian Era. The fashion plates are individually hand-tinted. Many of the fashion plates originated from the...

Nineteenth-century Southern Pacific and Predecessor Companies Station Drawings

This collection consists of 5 albums of 477 drawings of stations from the 1870s and 1880s in California, Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico. These drawings show the location and relative size of original station buildings for Southern Pacific Railroad and...

Ninety Years of Law Enforcement: A History of the Los Angeles County, California Sheriff's Department,1850-1940 by F. W. Emerson, 1940

Annotated typescript glued into two bound volumes. There are photographs of the city and county jails, sheriffs, and other employees of the department.

Ninia Baehr, et al. v. Lawrence H. Miike records, 1980-2000.

The Ninia Baehr et al. v. Lawrence Miike records, 1980-2000, comprise materials gathered and created by Judge Daniel R. Foley of Hawaii for three couples denied licenses based on the state's reluctance to recognize same-sex marriages. Pleadings, amicus curiae briefs,...

Ninja Press collection

Correspondence, articles, lectures, conference, exhibition, and organization files, project files, and related materials of UCSB book arts graduate and fine press owner Carolee Campbell.

Ninomiya Studio Collection

This collection contains negatives, prints, directories, programs, correspondence, business material, and studio ephemera from the Ninomiya Studio that was located in the Little Tokyo district of downtown Los Angeles, California. The negatives and prints document Japanese American communities in the...

Ninth Annual Galarza Lecture [videorecording]

Dr. Bustamante presents his research data on undocumented Mexican immigration to the United States....

Ninth Corps Area Commission on College Problems in Relation to National Defense Minutes

Collection consists of three items: minutes of the organizational meeting, August 27, 1941, which includes synopsis of remarks by Arthur S. Flemming, Captain C. Godwin, and Colonel Raymond F. Dart, report on discussion of problems submitted to the Commission, and...

Ninth U.S. Cavalry, Troop A stereoview, 1898

. One stereoview of mounted troop, in formation. Underwood & Underwood, 1898.

Nipper Family Diaries

This collection consists of the diaries and daybooks written by Marie Cecil White Smith over the course of sixty years....

Nippon Yusen Kaisha miscellany : [Seattle, Wash.?], 1914-1919.

Contains: Invitation from the Consul of Japan to a reception in honor of Vice Admiral Teijiro Kuroi and the officers and cadets of the ships Asama and Azuma, June 27, 1919, New Washington Hotel, Seattle; invitation and menu to a...

Nirod (Feodor Maksimilianovich, Graf) typescript

Relates to Russian military life, 1892-1917, including the Russo-Japanese War, Russian participation in World War I, and the Russian Revolution. Photocopy.

Nisbet, Earl collection

Personal and Professional Papers consist primarily of correspondence with friends and colleagues, as well as personal photographs. A scrapbook that Nisbet created during his life that contains numerous clippings on Frank Lloyd Wright is also included in the Personal Papers...

Nisbet (John McHenry) Photograph Album

These images, scanned from Nisbet's original album, document his student years at Stanford. Images include fellow students, his fraternity house, campus scenes, the 1914 Stanford-UC Berkeley game, and other athletes.

Nisei Veterans Memorial Center Oral History Collection

The original collection received in 2016 contained 3 VHS tapes, 44 Micro Audio Cassettes, and 117 Audio Casettes that were converted to three .mp4 video and 161 .mp3 audio files for access copies in the Digital Repository. Currently there are...

Nishimura (Yoshio) papers

Yoshio Nishimura was born ca. 1875 in Nara Prefecture, Japan, and raised in Hokkaid. He arrived in the United States ca. 1906. He was a laborer, socialist, and newspaperman; editor for (the ) and (), both printed for Japanese laborers...

Nishio (Esther Takei) Papers

This collection contains documents and objects collected by Esther Takei Nishio related to her experience returning to Pasadena to enroll in college before the exclusion order was lifted from the west coast. Items are primarily letters and articles, but also...

Niska (Maralin) papers

Collection consists of various vocal scores, press clippings, photographs, programs, awards, correspondence, scrapbooks, and recordings belonging to American soprano Maralin Niska (1926-2016).

Niskanen (William A.) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, speeches, conference proceedings, minutes, press briefings, statistics, circulars, and printed matter, relating to American government administration and budgeting during the presidential administration of Richard M. Nixon, movements to limit taxation in the United States, and governmental...

Nisley (Vee) wallpaper samples and ephemera

This collection contains materials used in the Sandpiper Apartments interior design. It includes 7 rolls of wall paper, two ceramic tiles, one wood trim piece with paint samples, three copies of Palm Springs Life magazine which contain advertisements by Nisley,...

Nissim (Matook Raymond) papers

Correspondence, identification documents, serial issues, clippings, other printed matter, photographs, and sound and video recordings relating to the Jewish community in Shanghai from the 1920s to the 1940s.

Nistal-Moret (Benjamin) Collection

The collection contains biographical material about Benjamin Nistal-Moret (1944-1993) and material collected and created for his , including a number of 19th century documents, in Spanish, from Puerto Rico, primarily relating to identification and registration of slaves and the apprehension...

Nitta-Sumita Family papers

Personal papers documenting the Nitta-Sumida, a Japanese American family who resided in Watsonville, California in the early 20th century. Materials include scrapbooks, photographs, correspondence, and personal vital records such as death and marriage certificates. Included are records related to the...

Nivelle (Robert Georges) orders

Relates to the Battle of Verdun.

Niven (David) papers

The David Niven papers span the years 1841-1985 (bulk 1952-1983) and encompass 10 linear feet. The papers consist of scripts, correspondence, books, pamphlets, awards, memorabilia, family history documents, manuscript material for books written by Niven, and photographs. The photograph series...

Niver (Kemp) collection

This collection consists of binders of photographs, notes, clippings, and patents related to the films that were restored by American cinematographer and film historian Kemp Niver (1912-1996).

Niver (Kemp) collection

The Kemp Niver collection spans the years 1894-1989 and encompasses 2.7 linear feet. The collection contains research materials, primarily books and periodicals, covering early film history....

Nixon (Charles R.) papers

The materials in this collection document the professional role of Charles R. Nixon, a Professor Emeritus of Political Science at UCLA, as a scholar of political theory, African politics, and American Politics. The bulk of the collection consists of articles,...

Nixon (Clara Jane) Sheet Music Collection

This collection consists of sheet music dating chiefly from the last decade of the nineteenth century and the first three decades of the twentieth century.

Nixon (Marian) collection

This collection consists of American film actress Marian Nixon's (1904-1983) photographs and scrapbooks of newspaper clippings.

Nixon Presidential Photograph Collection

Mounted prints taken by official White House photographers; given to Mrs. [?] Firestone, mother of Brooks Firestone, and prominent Republican supporter.

Nixon (Richard M.) notes

Relates to prospects for concluding the Vietnamese War, and to a variety of other foreign policy and domestic issues. Notes made aboard a campaign airplane on 7 July during the 1968 presidential campaign. Photocopy.

Nixon (Richard M.) Pre-Presidential Papers, 1946 - ca. 1963

Transferred from the National Archives-Pacific Region (Laguna Niguel) The materials available in this collection stem from Richard Nixon’s Congressional, Senatorial, Vice Presidential and personal offices, as well as campaign offices, during the years of 1946 to 1964. The material is...

Nixon (Richard M.) Presidential Daily Diary, 1969-1974

The Daily Diary of files represents a consolidated record of the President’s activities. The Daily Diary chronicles the activities of the President, from the time he left the private residence until he retired for the day, including personal and private...

Nixon (Roger) Archive

The Roger Nixon Archive was established in 1984. Michael Keller, then Head of the Music Library, and Vincent Duckles, Head of the Music Library (1947-1981) had each approached Roger Nixon because of his association with the Composer's Forum, a Bay...

Nixon (Stu) Collection

Contains Stu Nixon's personal collection of clippings, articles, tour program notes, magazines and ephemera concerning the Grateful Dead music group and their followers.

Nixon (Thomas) drawings

The Thomas Nixon drawings span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1890. The collection is composed of drawings relating to two of Nixon’s projects: the Mr. E. R. Spaulding house (Santa Barbara, Calif.) and the stable for Mrs. C....

N.N. Evreinov papers, 1945-1952.

Letters written about his work to his representative in the United States. Also included are letters from his wife, Anna, and from Ivan S. Tchekounoff, and manuscripts of two translations of Evreinov's works into English by Julia Grill.

No Boundaries - The Digital Nomads of Estonia

Oral history interviews with Estonians whose lives have been changed by the intersection of the country’s digital revolution and its rejoining of the free world; ranging from key people involved with initiating and shaping the policies that made the digital...

No Name Cinema ephemera collection

This collection consists of flyers, posters, programs, and other materials related to film screenings, art exhibitions, and other events hosted by No Name Cinema....

No on 64 Records

Meeting minutes, financial documents, flyers, pamphlets, photographic contact sheets, clippings, endorsement and media organization lists, news releases, correspondence, memoranda, press packets, notes, campaign report, and other material documenting the work of No on 64, an organization formed to mobilize opposition...

No on Knight Initiative Campaign Records

This collection comprises the planning, administrative, and fundraising records created from the "No on Knight" initiative campaign (1999-2000). Photographs, audio-visual materials, and oversized items, such as banners and posters, are also included in this collection. The Knight Initiative or California's...

No on Proposition 14: California Fair Housing Initiative collection

Proposition 14, or the California Fair Housing initiative, became a focal point for the issue of racial discrimination and the civil rights movement in California in 1964. The collection contains political campaign material (pamphlets, brochures, newsletters, monographs, flyers, bumper stickers)...

No Vacancy photograph archive.

Includes photographs taken by Nowinski and research files compiled by the photographer. Material documents the impact of urban renewal efforts on the low-income elderly population of the South of Market district of San Francisco during the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency's...

Nob Hill Theatre Collection

Nob Hill Theatre was a male strip club and erotic theater located in San Francisco, CA. It catered to predominately gay men from the late 1960s until its closure in 2018. The collection contains artifacts and ephemera, including posters, performance...

Nobel Laureate John Harsanyi : oral history transcript : from Budapest to Berkeley, 1920-2000 / 2000.

Childhood in pre-WWII Budapest; studies in leather chemistry, pharmacy, sociology; German invasion, 1944, escape from Communist Hungary to Austria; Australia, 1950-1961: studies in economics, teaching at U. of Queensland, Wayne State University, Yale; Institute of Behavioral Science, Stanford, 1965-1966; professor...

Nobel Perspectives on Ethics in Science Videorecordings

This program featured Stanford Nobel Laureates sharing their personal reflections on current ethical issues in scientific research, using case histories and personal observations: Robert McGinn, Henry Taube, Arthur Kornberg, Paul Berg, Arthur Schawlow, and Herbert Abrams.

Nobili (John) Papers

The Nobili Papers contain virtually all the documents of the early days of Santa Clara College. Included are financial records, legal papers (particularly dealing with securing the former Mission land from various claimants), and correspondence with Church and State officials,...

Noble (Ann C.) Papers

Syllabi, laboratory manuals, and lecture notes for Professor Ann C. Noble's Viticulture and Enology courses.

Noble Beast Productions Records

This collection contains the records of Noble Beast Productions, a nonprofit, volunteer-run organization that produced events to fund raise for worthy causes in the Bay Area and to “celebrate and participate in the great renaissance of hope and vitality in...

Noble (Burton Avery) letters to Lois Scoopmire

Letters from Burton Avery Noble to Lois Scoopmire, 1921-1924....

Noble (Chester Francis) Scrapbook

Scrapbook contains clippings on crime and law enforcement activities in Palo Alto and other local communities, 1910-16, with a few items on Noble's career, 1910 and 1924, and his obituary, 1939. Collection also includes the June 12, 1899 issue of...

Noble (Elaine) election campaign collection

Brochures, pamphlets, campaign administrative records, newspaper clippings, a campaign scrapbook, materials from opponents' campaigns, correspondence, ephemera, flyers, mock-ups for campaign papers, two issues of "The Noble News," press releases, and stationery, 1974-1976, pertaining to Elaine Noble's 1974 democratic campaign for...

Noble Family Papers

This collection contains the personal and professional correspondence of the Noble family of South Carolina, mostly of attorney Edward Noble (1823-1889) and his son Patrick Noble (1849-1920). The Nobles were closely related through various marriages to the Calhoun, Green, Clemson,...

Noble Family Papers

This collection contains the papers of the family of Montana farmers and ranchers Florence Noble (1881-1968) and Royal H. Noble (1878-1971). The materials cover many aspects of the Nobles’ lives in Montana and California, chiefly dating from the late 1890s...

Noble (Richard) Walk Across America Collection

The collection includes clippings, certificates, proclamations, and digital copies of websites, Facebook pages, Flickr pages, online articles, letters to the United States President, photographs, and YouTube postings regarding Richard Noble's Walk Across America, 2011-2012. Richard Noble made the 15-month spiritual...

Noblitt Family Papers

The Noblitt Family Collection documents Lewey Vaughn Noblitt's employment with the Southern Pacific Railroad as well as his membership in the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen & Enginemen and the positions of his wife Narcissus Whitener Nobitt and their daughter Ella...

Nobody Knows Anything collection

This collection consists of the paper materials related to the comedy movie "Nobody Knows Anything!" (2003).

Nocturnes (re)view of the literary arts records, circa 2000-2004.

Contains the files of Nocturnes (re)view of the literary arts records, a literary journal published annually in Oakland, California. Materials include: issues, drafts, galleys, and proof copies, correspondence, business and publicity records, funding and grant proposals, calls for submissions, submissions...

Noe Valley Community Archives Records

The Noe Valley Community Archives was started in 1979 but became inactive shortly afterwards because of lack of members. The group restarted in 1988 with its first meeting at the Noe Valley branch library. Paul Kantus served as president.

Noel (Craig) collection

This collection contains the photographs and awards of Craig Noel, founding director of the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego.

Noel Family papers : Wabuska, Nevada, 1859-1890.

Some legal papers relating to mining property in Nevada, but mainly correspondence of Solomon and Warren Noel. Correspondents include W.H. Armstrong, Lindsey Miller, J.P. Noel, "Norton," Sarah Ponce, Joshua F. Smith, A.B. Thompson, and C.A. Wetherill, family members and former...

Noel (Frances Nacke)/Job Harriman Papers

This collection is made up of material gathered by Southern California historian Knox Mellon (born 1925) for his dissertation about socialist Job Harriman (1861-1925), founder of the Llano del Rio Colony. The papers chiefly deal with Harriman; labor activist and...

Noel (Frances) Papers

Frances Noel was born in Saxony, near the Bohemian border in 1873. She left home to travel the world in 1893 but finally settled in Los Angeles after marrying Primrose D. Noel in 1904. She played a very active role...

Noel Young collection, circa 1960s-1970s

Examples, some dups, of Noel Young's printing work for various presses, including Capricorn Press...

Noel Young/Capra Press oral history, 1983

In this series of interviews, Noel Young recounts the trials he faced in establishing Capra Press and his association with Henry Miller and other authors. Interviewer: David E. Russell, 9/24/83-11/2/83. Interviewee(s): Noel Young. Transcript: Several versions. Final version: Noel Young...

Noerdlinger (Henry S.) papers

The Henry S. Noerdlinger papers span the years 1945-1960 (bulk 1950s) and encompass 1.3 linear feet. The collection contains research and correspondence for THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (1956) and a small amount of research material for SAMSON AND DELILAH (1949). The...

Noerenberg & Johnson drawings for the Metropolitan High School

The Noerenberg & Johnson drawings span 3 linear feet and date 1926. The collection consists of one flat file folder containing reprographic copies of plans for the Metropolitan High School in Los Angeles, California dated 1926....

Noetinger (Colonel) report

Relates to the activities of the French 42d Infantry Division during the German offensive in France, June 9-17, 1940.

Noffke (William "Will") Papers

William "Will" Noffke was a Bay Area radio host. He interviewed spiritual and political leaders on various programs, including The Meeting of the Ways, New Dimensions and New Horizons. His papers include administrative materials, background information on the interviewees and...

Nofsinger (Robert) Papers

Robert Ben Nofsinger (July 11, 1963-January 19, 1993) was a San Francisco-based music composer, pianist, singer, Chinese language teacher, and gay man. He died of AIDS in 1993. He was active in the Society of Gay and Lesbian Composers (SGLC)....

Nofziger (Lyn) papers

The papers primarily consist of Nofziger's writings as reporter, political consultant, writer and satirical poet; collected materials relating to political conditions in California and the United States, and documents generated from work with Republican candidates including Richard M. Nixon and...

Nolan Northern Pacific Railroad Collection : additions.

The Bancroft Library holds additional Nolan Northern Pacific Railroad collections: BANC MSS P-B 220 and BANC MSS 69/7 p.

Nolan Northern Pacific Railroad Collection : additions, 1874-1967 (bulk 1920-1960)

Receipts, certificates, calendars, photographs, timetables, postcards, menus, pamphlets, time books, regulation books, clippings, deeds, permits and posters relating to the operation of the railroad.

Nolan (Patrick) Papers

Patrick James Nolan, Republican, was a State Assembly Member, 1979-1994. He represented the 41st District until the re-districting in 1993, after which he represented the 43rd District. The Pat Nolan Papers contain three record series covering 1979 to 1994: Bill...

Nolan (Tom) Papers

Tom Nolan (born 1945) is a gay politician, civil servant, and advocate who served on the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors (1985-1992) and as executive director of Project Open Hand (1994-2011). In 1988, Nolan ran, unsuccessfully, for California State...

Noldin (Earl) Papers

The Earl Noldin Papers contain material documenting Noldin's activity within the rail unions, and his work as an organizer for the Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.). Types of material include personal and union-related correspondence including letters between Noldin and...

Nolf (Mary) Diaries and Correspondence

The Mary Nolf Diaries and Correspondence collection contains diaries, autograph books, and a calendar book that mostly belonged to Mary Nolf, as well as correspondence, such as letters and postcards between Mary, her siblings, family members, and possibly friends.

Noll (A. Michael) Papers

Papers belonging to American engineer A. Michael Noll.

Noller (Harry F.) Papers

Contains manuscript versions and offprints of articles, notebooks, and miscellany concerning RNA research.

Nomenus Radical Faerie Archives

The archives contains the correspondence, minutes, agendas, organizational records, membership directories, and publications of the Radical Faeries, a queer social organization with a focus on spirituality. A large portion of the collection concerns the acquisition and maintenance of the Wolf...

Nomina de los P[adr]es Misioneros del Sag[ra]do Orden de Predicadores que actualmente administran las Misiones de la Baja California : ms., [ca. 1794].

Two lists of Dominican missions and missionary fathers in Baja California. One, headed "Nómina" and undated, was evidently written before April, 1794, since it omits the Mission of San Pedro Mártir founded in that month, besides listing two missions suppressed...

Nomination to the National Register of Historic Places for the MacFarland House (Stanford, California)

Collection includes nomination form, background information on the NRHP, and cover letters.

Nomland (John B.) Correspondence

John B. Nomland (1923- ) served as architecture-fine arts librarian at University of Southern California, 1952-54, was a librarian and associate professor at Los Angeles City College in 1954 and became a bookseller. The collection consists of correspondence files related...

Nomura (Masayasu) Files on the Hitachi Chemical Research Center at the University of California, Irvine

This collection contains brochures and correspondence documenting the Hitachi Chemical Research Center at UCI. Also included is an autobiography on Masayasu Nomura, and a photo of research center staff from 2007.

Nonacademic Advisory Council records (University of California, Irvine)

The collection comprises records of the Nonacademic Advisory Council at the University of California, Irvine, from 1967-1969. The organization represented the interests of all non-academic staff and eventually became the Staff Assembly at UC Irvine.

Non-Academic Departments and Schools, University Archives (Institutional Records)

The records in this series contain materials related to Non-Academic Organizations, Units & Programs (Series 6).

Non-administrative files, Music Dept.

The collection includes non-administrative materials from the UC Berkeley Music Department's files from 1909 to the present day. Any material having to do with budgetary or financial matters, or with personnel issues, can be found in the Music Department Administrative...

Non-Commercial Disc Collections

The Archive of Recorded Sound's Non-Commercial Disc Collections consist of over 10,000 disc recordings from a variety of donors, the majority of which are either broadcast transcriptions or instantaneous recordings. None were ever available for sale to the general public,...

Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) Pamphlets and Publications Collection

The Bruman Maps and Government Information Library (MGI) was housed in UCLA University Research Library and collected official publications of the U.S. government, the State of California, California counties and cities, selected U.S. state and local governments, foreign nations and...

Non-LGBT Magazine Cover Story Collection

The collection consists of mainstream magazines with cover stories on LGBT people or topics concerning the LGBT community. The magazines include popular business, entertainment, and news magazines as well as professional and religious titles. The magazines were culled from the...

Non-traditional Jewish life in the San Francisco Bay Area : collection of liturgical material

Printed material, primarily liturgies. Compiled and/or created for feminist, Queer, and multicultural Jewish communities in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1982-2000. Consists of three series: Holidays, Shabbat, and Life Cycle Events.

Non-traditional Jewish Life in the San Francisco Bay Area : Collection of Liturgical Material

Printed material, primarily liturgies. Compiled and/or created for feminist, Queer, and multicultural Jewish communities in the San Francisco Bay Area from 1982-2000. Consists of three series: Holidays, Shabbat, and Life Cycle Events....

Noonan (Dann) Scrapbook

An oversized scrapbook that documents late 1970s gay and lesbian activities in Sonoma County, including the local 'No on 6' (Briggs Initiative) Committee and a very spirited contingent to the 1979 March on Washington. There is also a small amount...

Noonan, Fred Letter Collection

23 images of letters from a donor who was related to Beverly, who had a relationship with Amelia Earhart's Navigator, Fred Noonan. The letters detail Noonan and Earhart's flight prior to their disappearance. The collection should not be shared without...

Noordenbos (W.) papers

Information in brackets was collected from material inside the folder. Information in parentheses was supplied by Noordenbos's daughters in an inventory list sent prior to the delivery of the Noordenbos papers. Information neither in brackets nor parentheses was part of...

Nora M. Lynch papers, 1878-2009 (bulk 1926-2002).

This collection provides a rich intergenerational account of women's history in California. The memoirs of Nora Lynch, the central figure in the collection, provide engaging accounts of ranch life near Paso Robles in the 1930s and of San Jose in...

Nora M. Lynch photograph collection [graphic].

Transferred from the Nora M. Lynch papers (BANC MSS 2009/104).

Norberto Ballesteros letters, 1860-1865.

Official letters, written while acting Spanish consul in Mexico City, describing the French intervention in Mexico, the arrival of Maximilian and Carlota, the Juárez government, activities of the French and Mexican armies, diplomatic relations with other countries, etc.

Nordahl (Henry A.) Papers

This collection includes college diaries and three annotated college handbooks from University of Southern California students Henry A. Nordahl (1884-1975) and Ruth Iliff Nordahl (1888-1971), as well as correspondence from their courtship and from friends and relatives during their time...

Nordell (Pat) papers

Pat Nordell is a Los Angeles-based lesbian sports coach and photographer. Nordell was a star athlete and popular personality through her high school years and afterwards in amateur and intramural sports in the Midwest. After finishing a teaching degree at...

Nordhoff (Charles) Papers

This collection contains the professional and personal papers of American writer Charles Bernard Nordhoff (1887-1947), who collaborated with James Norman Hall to write The Mutiny on the Bounty, Men Against the Sea, Pitcaim's Island, and other novels.

Nordin (Richard M.) papers

The Richard M. Nordin papers consist of correspondence, reports, realia, ephemera, and photographs, created and collected by Mr. Nordin during his tenure as Director of Annual Giving at USC. In addition to general fundraising records, the papers also include materials...

Nordlyset (built 1891; bark, 3m) photograph

The Nordlyset (built 1891; bark, 3m) photograph, 1891-1914, (SAFR 24431, P15-001) is comprised of one photograph of the Clyde-built vessel.

Nordskog (Andrae B.) papers

The collection consists of correspondence, notes, news clippings, etc., related to Nordskog's water interests. Includes materials related to "water frauds" in the Owens Valley (including notes and an outline for his unpublished manuscript on the Owens Valley controversy), the Los...

Noreen (Robert G.) Collection of Chinese Ceramic and Enamelware

This collection consists of four Chinese porcelain pieces- three containers, two plates, and one ashtray.

Norfolk County, England Carte de visite photograph album of families

Album, probably from ca. 1865, but added to over the years, possibly up through 1910, containing carte de visite photographs of members of various prominent families of Norwich and other towns of the County of Norfolk, England.

Norgaard (L. Christian) photographs

The L. Christian Norgaard photographs, circa 1954-1995, bulk 1960-1980, (SAFR 22581, P95-035) consists of 15 photograph albums, loose photograph album pages, and loose photographs of vessels that L.C. Norgaard worked on during his career as a naval architect while consulting...

Norine B. Connelly collection of autographs, clippings and photographs, 1873-1966 (bulk 1940-1960).

Autographs from individuals from a wide variety of fields including politics, entertainment, literature, education and military. They range from very famous individuals to those that are less well known. Norine asked people for their signatures by saying "I am making...

Norland (Calvert E.) Manuscript, Print, and Artifact Collection

The measures 4 linear feet plus 161 items and date from 2nd century CE to 1995. The collection is arranged in four series....

Norland (Donald Richard) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, dispatches, memoranda, and a speech, relating mainly to relations between the United States and Chad, and to the civil war in Chad in 1980.

Norland Institute Testimonial Book

Collection contains the testimonial book of a nanny or nurse trained at the Norland Institute (now Norland College, Bath, England), to be completed in manuscript for an individual. The first three leaves of the testimonial book lay out the objects...

Norma Cogswell Hammond papers, 1888-1948.

Contains family correspondence, scrapbooks, numerous family photographs, etc. which depict middle class life in the Fruitvale neighborhood in Oakland, California. Two of the scrapbooks are dedicated to theatrical presentations and similar related materials. Also includes materials related to Cogswell's work...

Normai (Erno) papers

Memoirs and other writings, relating to communism in Hungary up to World War II, relations between Hungarian communists and the Communist International, the relationship of György Lukács to the Hungarian communist party, and Hungarian �migr� life in Australia; and Hungarian...

[Norman A. Forsyth photographs of Native Americans in Montana].

Snapshots and more formal views taken by Norman A. Forsyth of Native Americans in various outdoor locations, likely in Montana. Images depict unidentified individuals and groups posing for portraits; teepees; dances and various unidentified gatherings; and a reenactment of a...

Norman Alan Hyams papers, approximately 1935-1997.

Contains approximately 107 bound diaries kept by Norman Hyams for a continuous period of years from the mid-1930s to the mid-1990s. Also includes several unpublished typescript stories and plays, 10 audiocassettes containing interviews, and miscellaneous files.

Norman B. Livermore, Sr. photographs of a hunting safari in Tanganyika, Africa [graphic].

Includes images taken by Livermore during a hunting safari in the Tanganyika territory (now Tanzania) of Africa in 1923. Photographs depict game such as lions and antelopes; hunting camps; the Maasai and Mkalama, as well as other indigenous peoples, villagers,...

Norman Baxter

This collection contains documents relating to Norman Baxter's time as President of Fresno State University.

Norman C. Raab papers, circa 1929-1963.

Includes diaries kept by Raab, 1948-1963, reports to him about the construction of the San Rafael-Richmond Bridge, the re-construction of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and the Hayward-San Mateo Bridge. Also contains several sketches and 1 plan/profile of the State...

Norman Coliver papers relating to his volunteer work, 1961-1974.

Contains Coliver's files relating to his activities with San Francisco Bay Area volunteer organizations including the Bay Area Social Planning Council minutes, memos and other documents, United Community Fund, Social Planning Committee meetings, and San Francisco Association for Mental Health,...

Norman Corwin Papers (ARA)

The Norman Corwin Papers contain about 361.5 linear feet of material pertaining to the career and Life of Norman Corwin between the 1935-2000s. In this collection there are correspondence, scrapbook, radio and television scripts, motion picture screenplays, sound recordings, video...

Norman Douglas papers, 1905-1949.

Correspondence, notes for his Disiecta Membra (circa 1905), and miscellaneous. Correspondents include James D. Hart, Robin Douglas, and Mr. M. Terzian (of San Francisco, Calif.), postmarked from Italy. Includes a small selection of photographs.

Norman Fischer papers, 1972-2004.

Contains book manuscripts, Dharma talks, journals, and correspondence regarding Fischer's poetry and his activities as a student and teacher of Zen Buddhism, Director of Green Gulch Farm, and co-abbot of the San Francisco Zen Center.

Norman Fishman papers, 1946-1975.

Contains a "Tercentenary Souvenir Program Commemorating 300 Years Jewish Settlement in America" (1954) from the Jewish Community Center of Petaluma; a 25th Anniversary Program for the Jewish Community Center of Petaluma (1950); a program for the Annual Dinner of the...

Norman (Floyd) papers

This collections contains assorted publications about animation written and illustrated by Norman, original storyboard sketches, articles, online publicatins, photocopies, 16mm film reels, and digital photographes and audio files.

Norman H. Strouse collection of bookplates, 1798-1950.

Contains numerous samples of bookplates from various bookplate designers around the world. Also contains a letter from renowned typographer and book designer Bruce Rogers on his letterhead stationery, responding to a request from a collector for a sample bookplate. Rogers...

Norman H. Strouse papers, 1925-1980.

Contains subject files, including correspondence and information regarding printing presses and bookbinders, bibliographies, course notes, transcripts of speeches, and a scrapbook. The oversize folders contain a Kalapasutra text, Jaina, Western India, early 16th-century; a parcel map, Vailima Estates, St. Helena,...

Norman (Haskell) Papers

The Norman papers include a collection of papers organized by subject, patient files by both Norman and Weiss, committee meetings and reports, the HFN Medical Corporation, correspondence, gifts to the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute and a miscellaneous series. The collection...

Norman, Henry Newton Story

A story about Norman, City Marshall in the Santa Paula Chronicle

Norman J. Levinson house.

Documentation of Norman J. Levinson house, Fresno, Calif.

Norman Jacobson papers, 1949-2002.

The papers document Norman Jacobson's professional career as a professor of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley, Stanford University, and the University of South Carolina. The bulk of the materials consist of Jacobson's scholarly writings in the field...

Norman M. Littell papers, 1929-1969 (bulk 1953-1966).

Professional files, including correspondence and notes, datebooks, reports and dockets, and exhibit materials, of Norman M. Littell. Most files relate to his tenure as General Council for the Navajo Indians from 1947 to 1967, including files relating to the Hopi-Navajo...

Norman Mailer miscellany, 1957-1972.

Four typescript letters; one holograph letter to Stephen [Spender], Aug. 24, 1960. Screenplay (1957) for The Naked and the Dead, by Denis and Terry Sanders, also included.

Norman Neuerburg photograph collection : views of classical antiquities and scenes in Italy, Greece, and other Mediterranean locations.

Professional views chiefly of sites, artifacts, and art from antiquity, and also scenic views of towns and countryside. These photographs appear to have been issued in souvenir albums or collected and compiled into portfolios. Contents, by volume: v. 1: Italian...

[Norman R. Coulter architectural drawings].

Chiefly architectural drawings by Norman R. Coulter, including pencil drawing of the banking room of the First National Bank of San Jose (1908); two watercolor drawings of a building for the proposed Los Gatos Union High School (undated); blueprint drawing...

Norman (Robert) papers

The Robert (Bob) Norman papers hold the professional and personal papers of Bob Norman, who was an engineer who worked at Fairchild Semiconductor, General Micro Electronics, and other technology companies involved in integrated circuit production during the 1960s and 1970s...

Norman Rude papers, [ca. 1863-1920]

Letters, papers, and maps relating to surveys for proposed canal routes in Panama and as agent for the Gold Mines of Cana.

Norman Shapiro essay, 1985 November

One copy of a typed essay signed by Norman Shapiro re his method of producing drawings. Brightwaters, New York, Nov. 1985. Laid in Norman Shapiro, Daring Durea (Printers Z257.S439 1985). [Printers]. Alpha list.

Normand (Mabel) collection compiled by William R. Meyer

The Mabel Normand collection compiled by William R. Meyer spans the years circa 1980s-1990s and encompasses approximately one linear foot. The collection consists of Meyer's manuscript for an uncompleted bio-bibliography on Mabel Normand (1894-1930), along with photocopies of research material...

Norrbohm (Joseph W.) Personal Papers

Jospeh Norrbohm was a B-29, B-47 and B-52 pilot.

Norris (Charles G.) Papers

Charles Gilman Smith Norris (1881-1945) was a novelist, dramatist, and editor. His published works include (1918), (1921), (1923), (1925), (1930), (1933), (1935), (1938), and (1944). The collection consists of Norris' literary manuscripts, many with holographic corrections.

Norris (Douglas) Personal Papers

Douglas Norris was an advanced flight instructor on the eve of World War Two.

Norris (Geil J.) Family Papers

Consists of correspondence, broadsides, baptismal certificates, land records, ephemera, and other materials created by and documenting the Pico, Castro, and Sanchez families—from which Geil J. Norris was descended—between the years 1828 to 1969, with the bulk of the materials dating...

Norris (Kathleen and Charles Gilman) family photographs

The Kathleen Norris and Charles Gilman Norris family photograph collection contains approximately 2,300 photographs and assorted clippings, drawings, manuscript notes and other miscellaneous documents dating from the 1860s to the 1960s. The material represents six generations of the families of...

Norris (Kathleen T.) papers

Kathleen Thompson (1880-1966) was a author who wrote short stories and contributed to magazines. Her published works include: (1911), (1924), (1928), (1937), (1941), and (1959). The collection consists of Norris' literary manuscripts, some with holographic alterations.

Norris (Kenneth S.) papers

These papers document the career of Kenneth S. Norris, covering his research in marine mammal science and desert ecology, his professional activities, and his teaching career at UC Santa Cruz and UC Los Angeles. The collection includes research grants, proposals,...

Norris (Robert M.) Papers

The Norris papers provide a solid picture of the early administration of the University of California Natural Land and Water Reserve System (NLWRS) and its growth and development into the UC Natural Reserve System (NRS). Many of the files are...

Norris (Robert S.) collection

Photocopies of government documents, correspondence, diaries, reports, memoranda, studies, and printed matter; microfilm; and sound recordings and transcripts of interviews relating to General Leslie R. Groves and the development of the atomic bomb. Used as research material for the book...

Norris (William E.) Papers

Collection consists of a diary written by William E Norris in 1875, papers and photographs of Norris and his wife, Minnie.

Norse (Harold) Papers

Contains a flyer from Atticus Press announcing the 1983 publication of "Beat Hotel: A Cut-Up Novella" by openly gay Beat poet Harold Norse, as well as the 1972 poem, "Dreams," and the December 1956 issue of "Poetry," which contains a...

Norse (Harold) Papers

The Harold Norse papers, [1921]-2009; undated [bulk 1960s-2006] consist of correspondence, writings, professional papers, legal papers, personal papers and artworks that chart Norse's literary trajectory from his time in college to his death.

Norse, Harold [Photographs from the Harold Norse papers].

Chiefly portraits and snapshots of Harold Norse, taken throughout the poet's lifetime. Also includes photographs of family members, friends and lovers. Includes a relatively small number of photographs of Norse's literary associates. Noteworthy individuals depicted include Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Allen Ginsberg,...

North Africa Cruise Album

An album compiled by a British couple, with photos, postcard views, and clippings from brochures for a 25-day trip on the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company's Morocco Route, aboard the R.M.S.P. Arzila, Aug. 1912, to Gibraltar, Morocco (Tangier, Larache, Rabat,...

North Africa Photograph Album

Photograph album with 96 black/white prints, no captions, of North African urban street scenes, local inhabitants and Europeans, buildings, churches, businesses, gardens, boats and harbors, railways, parades/processions, and soldiers. Includes images from Tunisia and possibly other North African countries, ca....

North Africa photograph album, 1924

38 b/w snapshots, captions in English, of local inhabitants, desert, oases, village, market, and street scenes from Morocco (Amizmiz, Fez, Marrakesh, Taza), Algeria (El Oued, Khabylie, Tlemsen, Touggourt) and Tunisia (Kairwan, Tunis). Bernath Collection. Purchase, Boston Book Company

North Africa photograph album, circa early 20th century

96 b/w images, minimal captions in English, of local inhabitants, city views, street scenes, ports, boats, Roman ruins, in Algeria (Timgad, Lambise, Constantine, Tebessa), Tunisia (Dougga), and Morocco (Fez).

North Alaska Trading Company logbooks

The North Alaska Trading Company logbooks (SAFR 17620, HDC 106) consists of three letter books from the North Alaska Trading Company. They document vessel movements and local and maritime events. The pages are fragile and difficult to read due to...

North (Alex) Motion Picture Music

The collection contains scores for forty-six feature films, as well as two television documentaries, a television movie, and a promotional film for the Ford Motor Company. It also includes the score North composed for , which was unused.

North (Alex) papers

The Alex North papers span the years 1930-1995 (bulk 1960s-1980s) and encompass 47.5 linear feet. The production files contain scripts, conductor scores, correspondence, music notes, and sheet music for films from 1951 to 1991. There are conductor scores for 32...

North (Alfred) Correspondence and Other Documents

Papers of Alfred North (1807-1869), Presbyterian missionary, minister, and printer. North served in missions abroad for the American Board in Singapore (1836-1843) and Madura, India (1843-1847). He subsequently worked as a minister in New York, Kansas, Missouri, and Wisconsin until...

North (Alfred M.) diaries

This collection contains the diaries of Alfred M. North, a High School and Junior College teacher of the early 20th century from Riverside, California. The diaries consist of a short daily entry, focusing on North's school work, his daily life,...

North American Conference of Homophile Organizations records

Memoranda, financial reports, a manifesto, position papers, rosters, national organization lists, conference resolutions, meeting minutes, questionnaires, correspondence, committee reports, bylaws, articles, speech transcripts, news releases, clippings, and other material from the North American Conference of Homophile Organizations (NACHO), a conference...

North American Indian art : ephemeral publications about individual artists; also including some original artwork

Areas represented include Canada, the Great Plains, East (U.S.), West (U.S.), and New Southwest....

North American Indian Concert Band archive

This collection consists of business cards, correspondence, documents, financial records, photographs, printed matter, and photographs related to the North American Indian Concert Band, Onondago Tribe from Syracuse, New York.

North American Indian cultures collection

An artificial collection of commercially produced glass slides depicting various North American Indian cultures.

North American Institute Records

Collection primarily consists of correspondence, photographs, and conference materials. Includes audio and video recordings of speeches given at various conferences and events.

North American Lesbian and Gay Religious Congress Records

Meeting minutes, correspondence, press releases, resolutions, agendas, scheduling lists, clippings, financial documents, song sheets, delegate forms, delegate lists, and other material documenting planning and implementation of the North American Lesbian and Gay Religious Congress (NALGRC), 1979-1982. Held in Atlanta, Georgia...

North Bay Ethnic Archive

Forty-six oral history cassette tapes (converted to CD) and miscellaneous items donated by the interviewees — including photos, slides and a narrative report from the camp director of the Granada Relocation Camp in Amache, Colorado, a Japanese-American internment camp during...

North Bay Health Systems Agency records, 1976-1986

This collection contains records produced by the North Bay Health Systems Agency, a multi-member health care planning agency for Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties.

North Bay Historic Preservation Digital Collection

The images in the North Bay Historic Preservation Digital Collection constitute an important chronicle of local buildings and represent a significant piece of the region's social, cultural, and anthropological history dating from the mid-1800s. The majority of photographs were taken...

North Bay Organizing Project collection, 2014-2015

This collection contains posters, fliers and other materials for North Bay Organizing Project events that took place 2014-2015, including the program for the Project's fourth annual conference, Fanning the Flame : the Intersection of Love and Justice, held in...

North Beach changing /

Photographer's documentation of appearances, social life and customs observed in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, a location familiar to him since the 1950s. Main portfolio (box 1) divided into sections: "Street scenes"; "Businesses boutiques"; "Sounds of music"; "Eat,...

North Berkeley and Kensington Real Estate Development

Streets and homes in Thousand Oaks, Kensington Park, Berkeley Highlands, and Northbrae areas of Berkeley and Kensington, Calif. Two photos show streetcars.

North Berkeley Senior Center scrapbooks.

Scrapbooks documenting activities of the Center.

North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Co. Records

This collection consists primarily of letters from the secretary to the president of the North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Company of Nevada County, California, in 1890-1891 related to the company and hydraulic mining.

North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Company, 1868-1897.

Letters, receipts, telegraphs & balance sheet, mostly written to Fred. W. Robinson, mine superintendent 1868-1871.

North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Company Records

The North Bloomfield Gravel Mining Company, located in Nevada County, California, was a hydraulic gold mining operation. The collection contains five account books which provide statements on water received and used, payroll, and expenses. Also included is one volume of...

North Bloomfield hydraulic mine, Nevada County, Calif. [graphic]

Printed captions: Bowman Dam -- Under currents -- Iron pipe -- Piping or hydraulicing.

North Carolina Heavy Artillery - 1st Regiment (Vol, Colored) document, 1865 March 2

One Civil War document (ADS): Special Orders No. 21, by order of Major William H. Moore, signed by Henry Hallam, Adjutant, 2 Mar. 1865.

North Carolina School of the Arts dance programs collection

Collection of dance programs, playbills, and clippings spanning the twentieth century.

North Coast Farmer Archive

Formerly the Sonoma Marin Farmer, the newspaper North Coast Farmer was published from July 1988 to January 1991, covering news of agricultural interest in Sonoma and Marin counties. First associated with the Sonoma Marin Farm Bureau, it was then published...

North Dakota Land Grant, 1904

Signed [?] by President Theodore Roosevelt. In-hand as of 6/16/11. Oversize boxed.

North (Edmund H.) Papers

Edmund Hall North (1911-1990) was a free-lance screenwriter (1934- ), and served as president of the screen branch of the Writers Guild of America, West (1956-57). He won the Screen Writers Guild Award for “One night of love”, and won...

North Fork (steamer) tickets

The North Fork (steamer) tickets (SAFR 17843, HDC 390) consists of four registered blank tickets from the NORTH FORK for passage from San Francisco to Eureka, California. The tickets are undated. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

North (Francis) Papers

The Francis North papers contains letters and documents reflecting the family and household matters of Francis North, 1st Baron Guilford (1637-1685) and his father Dudley North, 4th Baron North (1602-1677). Also contains materials pertaining to the estate affairs of Sir...

North Glendale community projects

North Glendale community projects consists of files documenting the developments in North Glendale by Nancy Comeau. The documents were gathered by Nancy Comeau.

North, Hart Hyatt Photographs from the Hart Hyatt North papers [graphic].

Photographs show Alaska, Angel Island, Chinese in the San Francisco Bay Area, Yellowstone, California views, Oregon, and places outside the United States. Views of Alaska (ca. 1900?) show Sitka, Juneau, the Treadwell Mine on Douglas Island, Muir Glacier, landscapes, many...

North, Hart Hyatt Photographs of Asians collected by H.H. North.

Collection includes many immigration related photos, collected during North's tenure with the U.S. Immigration Service in San Francisco. Most are studio portraits of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean subjects.

North Island Digital Image Collection

Images of NAS North Island from 1900-2000. Many of these images were scanned by Mark Aldrich and other sources. Many scanned from the NAS North Island Archives.

North (John G.) Papers

Business papers, receipts....

North (John Wesley) Papers

Papers belonging to John Wesley North, American pioneer, lawyer, politician, and industrialist.

North Korea and Taiwan flags

This collection consists of two flags, one from North Korea and one from Taiwan.

North Korean children's booklets

Collection consists of comics and illustrated story books for children in North Korea.

North Korean pamphlets

Collection consists of informational pamphlets issued by the North Korean government.

North Korean postcards and slides

Collection consists of travel brochures, slides, trading cards, and postcards of North Korea.

North Oakland Missionary Baptist Church records, 1959-1991 (bulk 1969-1975).

Contains church calendars, bulletins, hymn sheets, correspondence, financial statements, newsletters, flyers, printed pamphlets, 1972 church roster, miscellany, ephemera, etc.

North Phoenix Corporate Ministry Collection

The North Phoenix Corporate Ministry was a group of Catholic, Jewish, and Protestant Congregations in northern Phoenix, AZ who worked together in areas of education, worship, social concern, creative arts, and communication. Included are administrative files, program files, financial records,...

North Point Press Records

North Point Press was based in Berkeley, CA and operated as an independent publisher from 1980 until 1991. Founded by William Turnbull and Jack Shoemaker in 1978, North Point Press published a variety of literature including novels, short story collections,...

North (Robert Carver) papers

Writings, notes, printed matter, sound recordings of reminiscences, letters, and miscellany, relating to communism in China and India, Sino-Soviet relations, and the study of international relations in the United States. In part, microfilm.

North Shore Railroad Company Papers

This collection includes financial documents from the North Shore Railroad Company.

North West Company records, 1766-1830.

Accounts, memoranda, and letters.

North West Frontier [Waziristan] Photograph Album, ca. mid-1920s.

Album of 120 black and white snapshots and photo postcards, most likely belonging to a British serviceman stationed in the North West Frontier province of British India, now Pakistan. Images include scenic views of Razmak, Manora Island, Khyber Pass, Peshawar;...

North (Wheeler J.) Collection

The Wheeler J. North Collection consists of a small assortment of his papers, pressed kelp and algae specimens, and North's image archive consisting of prints, negatives, transparencies, and slides, including his aerial surveys of the Southern California coastal kelp beds.

North (Wheeler J.) Papers

The North papers consist of correspondence, research notes and notebooks, photographs, two films, and various publications, including the Kelp Habitat Improvement Project (KHIP) final reports. The collection documents North's work at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, his work as Professor...

Northam (Mrs.Martin Kent) typescript

Relates to activities of women campaign workers for Herbert Hoover and Charles Curtis, Republican presidential and vice presidential candidates, in twenty-nine Western and Midwestern states in 1928.

Northbrae Women's Club records, 1922-1992.

Board minutes, general meeting minutes, business meeting minutes, reports, club history, and scrapbooks.

Northeast Los Angeles Newspaper Collection

Histortic community newspapers of Northeast Los Angeles collected by Eagle Rock Valley Historical Society, Highland Park Heritage Trust, and Occidental College Library. Formats include microfilm, bound and loose newsprint, and digital files. The collection includes the following titles:...

Northeast Valley Oral History Project Collection

The Northeast Valley Oral History Project documents the life experiences of individuals who grew up or settled in northeast San Fernando Valley cities, such as Pacoima, Sylmar, Lake View Terrace, Arleta, and San Fernando.  The collection notably contains a number...

Northern Belle Extension Mining Company Records

This collection contains records of the Northern Belle Extension Mining company, a silver mining company with headquarters in New York City and mining operations based in Candelaria, Nevada, in the Columbia Mining District during the 1920s. The collection includes four...

Northern California Alliance records, 1974-1978.

Membership lists, notes on structure and governance, reports, agendas, meeting minutes, study guides, newsletters and flyers. Materials on the San Francisco Liberation School include notes on the history, structure, and ideology of the school; letters and memos; course outlines; agendas;...

Northern California and its challenges to a Negro in the mid-1900's : oral history transcript / 1972-1974.

Member of early Negro family settling in the state before WWI; childhood in Vallejo; work with State Relief Administration and California State Employment Service; interracial work, discrimination in employment; William B Rumford; fair employment practices legislation; fair housing campaigns; California...

Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group Records, 1947-1991

Records of the Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group (NCNMLG) that date from 1947-1991.

Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group Records, 1975-2008

Records of the Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group (NCNMLG) that date from 1975-2008.

Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group Records, 1978-1997

Records of the Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group (NCNMLG) that date from 1978-1997.

Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group Records, 1984-1994

Records of the Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group (NCNMLG) that date from 1984-1994.

Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group Records, 1985-1991

Records of the Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group (NCNMLG) that date from 1985-1991.

Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group Records, 1985-2012

Records of the Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group (NCNMLG) that date from 1985-2012.

Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group Records, 1986-2001

Records of the Northern California and Nevada Medical Library Group (NCNMLG) that date from 1986-2001.

Northern California Black Chamber of Commerce Records

The Northern California Black Chamber of Commerce (NCBCC) was established in Oakland, California in 1978 by the members of the United Men of Action, Inc. to promote and support black businesses and black tourism in Northern California. The Northern California...

Northern California Ecumenical Council Collection

The Northern California Ecumenical Council is an organization of lay and ordained persons from different denominations and communions who work together to improve the lives of their members. The collection includes adfministrative papers and materials on events and projects.

Northern California Entomology Club Records

The California Entomology Club was formed in 1930 by university, state, and privately employed individuals with mutual interests in entomology. The organization split into a northern and southern California branch in 1954. Members met to exchange information about economic or...

Northern California Grain Exchange Papers

The Northern California Grain Exchanges Papers consist of a wide range of director's and committee minutes (1904-1993), publications (1965-1993), legal and financial papers....

Northern California Gravestone Typology Collection

The research project examines six Northern California cemeteries of Cherokee, Coutolenc, Marysville, Nimshew, Oroville Pioneer and Thompson Flat. The project documents gravestones of the cemeteries with photographs. A typology was created of material, marker type, design, membership symbols, epitaph, age,...

Northern California Indian Association Newsletters and Bulletins

The Northern California Indian Association, formed in 1894, was a branch of the Women's National Indian Association, which formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1879. The Northern California Indian Association, based in San Jose, CA, campaigned for "the physical, moral, and...

Northern California Jews from Harbin, Manchuria Project records, 1973-1986 (bulk 1973-1975).

The goal of the Northern California Jews from Harbin, Manchuria project (1973-1975) was to document the history of the Jews living in Northern California who had emigrated from Harbin, Manchuria. The project was undertaken by Mildred Mogulof and Helen Bonapart,...

Northern California Native American Political Activists Collection

Newsletters, publications, and correspondence by and among Native American activists.

Northern Electric Railway Company Collection, 1906-1922

Includes financial records, ordinances and agreements of the Northern Electric Railway.

Northern Electric Railway Company Letter

A typescript letter dated November 14, 1910, from Chapman DeWolfe, Manager of Northern Electric's Securities Department to T. H. Johnstone, President of the Surprise Valley Bank, Cedarville, California, requesting a loan of $10,000 for the construction of a bridge across...

Northern Ireland newspaper collection

The newspapers in this collection were originally collected by the Hoover Institution Library and transferred to the Archives in 2019. The Northern Ireland newspaper collection (1975-2001) comprises two English-language titles of publication. The titles within this collection have been further...

Northern Pacific Railroad photographs.

Includes many photographs from 1880s to 1890s. Most items are captioned and arranged by subject. Subjects include: locomotives, rolling stock, bridges, wrecks, cities and towns, depots, work crews, logging, ports, and images related to right-of-way issues. There are also some...

Northern Pacific views [graphic]

Photographs show views along the Columbia River, Mt. Hood (Oregon), the Missoula River [Clark Fork], and the town of Spokane Falls.

Northern Rhodesia petitions, circa early 20th century

Three signed petitions to Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Colonies, to secede from the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland, n.d. Alpha list.

Northridge Civic Association Papers

In 1958, the Northridge Civic Association was established to watch over development and preservation of the community. The organization became involved in numerous zoning and growth control issues. The records of the Northridge Civic Association document the organization's interests in...

Northrop Grumman Capistrano Test Site Special Collection

This collection contains documents relating to the Capistrano Test Site used by Northrop Grumman from 1963.

Northrop Grumman Corporation Papers

Northrop Grumman Corporation papers contain records and materials, including correspondence, newsletters, brochures, technical drawings, reports, papers, photographs, and published works dated chiefly from the 1930s to the 1990s.

Northrop Millar Aviation Collection

The Northrop Millar Aviation Collection contains 14 boxes and 5.8 linear feet of material regarding aviation collected by Richard Millar, a former chairman of Northrop Corporation. This collection consists of articles, clippings, reprints, brochures, programs, manuals, reports, catalogs, newsletters, photographs...

Northrup (Colonel George) Photographs of Filipinos

A group of 12 photographs of people in various activities and the Chinese cemetery in Manila.

Northup (Harry) Papers

Papers of Harry Northup, Los Angeles poet, screen actor, and editor and founding member of Cahuenga Press. The papers largely comprise Northup's literary correspondence; his writings, including notebooks and journals, working papers, poem drafts, and manuscripts for collected published works,...

Northway (William H.), "The University and the Medical School: A View of the Relationship at Stanford" Typescript

This report, supported in part by the University Fellows Program and the Ford Foundation, "attempts to provide a background for understanding the interactions which occur and the problems which arise as a result of incorporating an academic medical center into...

Northwest Boundary Survey photographs from the papers of George Clinton Gardner

The collection consists of photographs taken chiefly in Washington Territory and along the 49th parallel by British photographers in the Corps of Royal Engineers, as part of the survey to identify and mark the international boundary between British Columbia and...

Northwest Coast Art Collection

Mary Gormly was the former librarian and archivist at John F. Kennedy Memorial Library at California State University, Los Angeles from 1962-1983. Gormly's Northwest Coast artwork impacted the campus with her diverse collection and dedication to educate on Native American...

Northwest Logging photograph album, circa 1900s-1920s

many other images in early part of album, incl. Hawai, Philippines, Hong Kong, Kowloon, Shanghai, Yokohama...; also biplanes.

Northwestern California Forest Communities Collection

The Northwestern California Forest Communities Collection includes photographs, maps, and architectural and design drawings selected from several Humboldt State University Library collections for this project. Images were chosen to illustrate the broad range of people and activities typically associated with...

Northwestern Pacific Construction Photograph Album

The subject of this album is the construction of the Northwestern Pacific between Willits and Eureka.

Northwestern Pacific Railroad Collection

Two volumes from the Office of Master Mechanic and Superintendent of Steamers / Mechanical Department are letterpress copy books which record the cost for services completed by Mechanical Department (Tiburon Shops) to Comptroller, relating to locomotives, rolling stock and floating...

Northwestern Pacific Railway electrification system materials, circa 1937-1938.

9 instruction books for the electrical equipment, photographs and blueprints of equipment.

Norton and Ekman drug store in Oroville, Calif.

Drug store interiors, with proprietors and many products visible. A bar with taps (soda fountain?) is presents along one wall.

Norton, Charles Eliot Letters to Henry W. Haynes, 1879-1892.

Concerning the Archaeological Institute of America and work done by Adolph Bandelier in Mexico.

Norton (E.C.) Papers

This collection contains documents relating to Edwin Clarence Norton, the first Dean of Pomona college. Norton served as Dean from 1893 until his retirement in 1926, but was active at the college since 1888. These papers contain autobiographical materials, speeches,...

Norton (Elizabeth) diary extracts

Relates to conditions in London at the time of the outbreak of World War I, August 1914. Photocopy.

Norton (Julia B.) Papers

Includes family correspondence, mementos of Julia Norton's transatlantic voyage, and her work in the American Red Cross. Norton graduated from Vassar College in 1916. In 1918 she traveled to France and worked with refugees in Paris....

Norton (Morgan G.) papers

Morgan Glenn Norton was a Southern California based aviator and aircraft inspector who served as Supervisor of Final Inspection on aircrafts at Lockheed between ca. 1941-1945. The collection consists of papers relating to the operation of aircraft, including civil aeronautics...

Norton (Richard C.) musical theater history collection

The Richard C. Norton musical theater history collection consists mostly of materials on paper assembled by Richard C. Norton, documenting musical theater history through ephemera, published and unpublished materials. The collection includes 25,000 playbills, 800 typescripts, and 1,500 published libretti...

Norton (Richard) collection

Letters by soldiers in the Scots Guards, a unit of the British Expeditionary Force, relating to campaigns on the Western front during World War I. Typed transcripts.

Norton (Robert) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American relations with China and Japan, Indian independence from Great Britain, Japanese military incursions into China, and United Nations assistance to China.

Norton (William) Collection

This small collection contains correspondence of William Norton (died 1908) regarding his voyage to California from Massachusetts in 1849 and his time in the gold mines, as well as 17th and 18th century items regarding the Massachusetts ancestors of Norton...

Nortonville, Somersville and views of the Black Diamond railroad, Calif. [graphic].

Collection includes views relating to the Black Diamond Railway, especially showing the area around Nortonville and Somersville, Calif. Most images show the general vicinity, the rail bed, and other traces of the railway as they appeared ca. 1930-1946, after operation...

Norvel L. Smith papers, 1963-1982.

The bulk of the collection contains materials related to Smith's work as Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs at UC Berkeley. These include letters congratulating him on his appointment; administrative materials; materials about student affirmative action programs; incoming and outgoing memos...

Norvos (Les) photographs

Collection consists of black and white headshots and other photographs of Hollywood actors and producers belonging to former USC professor Les Norvos.

Norway newspaper collection

The newspapers in this collection were originally collected by the Hoover Institution Library and transferred to the Archives in 2019. The Norway newspaper collection (1914-2001) comprises sixteen unique titles of publication, in both Norwegian and German. All of the titles...

Norwegian fjords album of photographs

Album of photographs, taken by William Dobson Valentine, probably between 1890 and 1900, of views of the mountains, fjords, glaciers, waterfalls, and coastal villages of Norway.

Norwegian subject collection

Election campaign literature, pamphlets, leaflets, and serial issues, relating to various aspects of Norwegian history, and especially to Norwegian politics and election campaigns.

Norwich (Oscar I.) African Map collection

The collection contains 316 maps of Africa and its islands collected by Oscar I. Norwich.

Norwich (Oscar I.) collection of maps of Africa

The collection contains 316 maps of Africa and its islands collected by Oscar I. Norwich.

Norwood (Alice) Collection

The collection primarily contains scrapbooks of greeting cards, holiday cards, photographs and travel souvenirs, postcards, trade cards, and other ephemera, as well as U.S. and world stamp albums and loose stamps, including blocks, commemorative stamps, first day covers, and sheets,...

Norwood (Hugh) Port Moresby Research Materials

Research materials for Hugh Norwood's study of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, urban settlements entitled . Materials include aerial photographs, notes, maps, and survey forms and are arranged alphabetically by village or settlement name.

Norwood (Melita) papers

Letters, notes, interview summaries, biographical and genealogical data, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs related to Soviet nuclear research espionage in Great Britain, the communist movement in Great Britain, and family affairs. Includes papers of Hilary Norwood, husband of Melita...

Noske (Gustav) typescript

Memoirs, relating to German socialism and politics, published as Erlebtes aus Aufstieg und Niedergang einer Demokratie (1947).

Nosovich (Anatolii) writings

Histories, entitled Ulany Ego Velichestva, 1876-1926 : Imperator Aleksandr II, Imperator Nikolai II; and Leib Gvardiĭ Ulanskiĭ Ego Velichestva Polk v Velikuiu i Grazhdanskuiu Voĭnu : Kratkow Proshloe Polka v Emigratsiĭ. Photocopy.

Notarized Papers Miscellany, 1854-1908.

Miscellaneous court records from a variety of northern California and Mother Lode Justice Courts for the period 1854-1906, including some state and federal land offices, including mining claims and land claims of various types, some partially missing, and many only...

Notas editoriales : ms.

Related collections: BANC MSS 76/60 z and BANC MSS 80/25 cz.

Notas históricas sobre California : ms. S, 1878 Apr. 25.

Dictation recorded for H.H. Bancroft by Thomas Savage, concerning his life as a soldier, Indian skirmishes, the governorships of Sola and Victoria, and his participation in Luis Antonio Argüello's expedition to the Columbia River in 1821.

Note : to General W.B. Franklin, 1863 November 26.

Holograph note written on United States Military Telegraph Office letterhead in response to letter from Gen. Franklin.

Note on the indebtedness and credit of the Soviet government mimeograph

Relates to the financial situation of the Soviet Union.

Note signed by Wendell Phillips, 1861 May 25.

Holograph note written and signed by Wendell Phillips states "Liberty first, Union afterward", dated May 26, '61.

Notebook kept while on the Osgood expedition to Alaska and British Columbia : ms. S, 1900 May-Sept.

Includes diary entries re trip from Berkeley, with information on plant and animal specimens collected, comments on Indians and their customs, description of work at the Cunningham salmon cannery, etc.

Notebook of Sailing and Steam Vessel Specifications

Notebook of Sailing and Steam Vessel Specifications (SAFR 18470, HDC 129) is a small bound volume of handwritten entries by A. C. Diericx probably in a British shipyard in approximately 1889. Each single line entry includes the vessel name, remarks,...

Notebook relating to California land claims : San Francisco : ms., [ca. 1854-1861]

Contains names of ranchos and claimants; partially in the hand of Henry Wager Halleck.

Notebook relating to Washington State history.

Images and text relating to the history of Cape Flattery, Tatoosh Island, Neah Bay, the Makah tribe (and possibly other Native Americans of the region), Mount Rainier, Tumwater Canyon, and other locations in the Cascade Mountains.

Notebooks for Courses with Yvor Winters

Course notes on American poets and American novelists, for a class taught by Stanford Professor of English Yvor Winters.

Noted Women Collection

This collection consists of single items, autographs, and small collections of noted women, American and foreign....

Notes ... on the part played by Jewish people in the history of the State of Nevada : Las Vegas : typescript, 1960 Mar.

Based on interviews, 1958, for a brochure to be published in connection with the dedication in Las Vegas of the temple, Beth Sholem.

Notes and clippings relating to Joaquín Murietta, 1853.

Activities of the bandit from 1853 newspapers. Negative photostatic copies of clippings and typescript transcriptions.

Notes and footnotes : oral history transcript : casual recollections of things past, things remembered, things not yet finished /

Notes on his family and early life; experiences as a playwright; observations on National Theatre; the Screen Writers' Guild, communism and the blacklist; problems of a Catholic writer.

Notes and pictures on western mining regions : typescript, [19--] - 1953.

Chiefly relating to California and Nevada mining areas. Vol. 1 entitled "The Placerville Road." Vol. 5, entitled "The Bodie Era."

Notes by the way : ms., 1849.

Diary of an overland journey, Ohio to California, via southern route, and subsequent travels in California, Mar.-Sept. 1849. Included also are portions of letters written by Jordan, copy of a letter addressed to him, his photograph, and an account of...

Notes, clippings, etc., concerning H.H. Bancroft and the adobe house in Spring Valley, San Diego, Co., which he owned, 1935-1936.

Notes about former owner of the adobe: A.S. Ensworth, who built it from timbers of the "Clarissa Andrews," disposed of by J.C. Bogart, and Rufus K. Porter, who purchased the property from Ensworth; letter from Rufina Porter Crosby; W.F. Clarke's...

Notes concerning the Bear Creek Ditch Company : Mariposa Co., Calif. : typescript, 1856-1858.

Typed transcript of memorandum book in the possession of Mrs. A. Hyatt.

Notes concerning the history of Humboldt County, Nevada, 1946.

The notes deal with Frederick West Lander, the Pacific Wagon Road, and three place names in southern Oregon adjacent to Humboldt County-Denio, Pueblo, and White Horse Creek and Ranch, with biographical information about Aaron Denio.

Notes for a one-act play, The New Idea, based on the life of Lotta Crabtree in the 1860's, undated.

Hawkins, Helen L. Notes for a one-act play, The New Idea, based on the life of Lotta Crabtree in the 1860's, BANC MSS C-R 46, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Notes for My playhouse was a Concord coach : ms., 1839-1891.

Handwritten transcriptions of newspaper clippings, used as source material for Boggs' book, My playhouse was a Concord coach, published by Howell-North Press in 1942. Loose sheets gathered together into 18 "volumes," housed in slipcases. Transcriptions made at The Bancroft Library...

Notes for the book: Spain and Spanish America in the libraries of the University of California: a catalog of books : ms., 1928-1930.

The notes are for volume 2 of the bibliography, which is concerned with works held by The Bancroft Library.

Notes from Minute and Decree Books of the U.S. District Court, California, private land grant cases.

Arranged alphabetically by grant names. Compiled during the 1930's and 1940's from original records, now missing. With explanatory notes by Jacob N. Bowman.

Notes gathered for his book, Mexican immigration to the United States : and related material, 1926-1928.

Includes interviews, case histories, notes and folklore material. Some sketches and translations appear to be incomplete, and/or include duplicate pages, with only slight variations.

Notes of the past : ms., 1872.

Experiences as a Mexican soldier in Baja California, 1825-1837, and at San Diego from 1837.

Notes of travel, 1869-1870.

Compilation of published letters (newspaper clippings), including information on train journey across the U.S., travels in Europe, and description of Santa Cruz with letter from Dwinelle presenting the volume to Wm. Mitchell.

Notes of travel from New York to the gold region in California in the year eighteen hundred and forty nine, 1849 February 5-1852 January 14.

Entries from Feb. 5 to March 26, 1849 describe his trip from New York to Fort Smith, Arkansas and preparations for the overland journey as a member of the Knickerbocker Company. Later entries contain detailed descriptions of his experiences on...

Notes of travel, incidents etc. during my sojourn in California, 1851 January 1 - October 19.

Holograph, signed, 220 pages, written for his family, as he explains in the Oct. 19 entry, an "epiloque." Experiences prospecting for gold at Spanish Bar and later at Murderer's Bar, with information about various methods of mining; impressions of various...

Notes on a Sojourn in the River Plate region, South America : AD, [ca. 1888?]

Description of life and customs in Uruguay and Argentina in the 1860's. With partial draft of lecture on tour of France and Switzerland.

Notes on Alphonse L. Pinart and Zelia Nuttall, ca. 1933.

Biographical and bibliographical information obtained from the Library of Congress and the California State Library.

Notes on Baja California : typescript, 1944.

Notes on proposed military colony at Santo Tomás, 1849-1850; on Ensenada filibustering scheme, 1889-1890; biographies of people associated with Lower California colonization ventures; notes on recent economic history.

Notes on California Courts, 1850-1941 : typescript, 1954.

Notes on the state court system as established by the constitution of 1849, and the various changes made by the legislature and the 1879 constitution; chronological list of the district courts showing the counties included in each district; alphabetical list...

Notes on California history and biography, [ca. 1939-1941]

Contents: (1) History of the Mexican archives of Monterey Co., with note of index compiled by A.S. Taylor; (2) notes on Rancho el Alisal (or Nuestra Señora de la Carmen) and the Soberanes, Hartnell and Castro families; (3) notes on...

Notes on California land grant cases.

Partially arranged by subject--e.g. Indians, houses, boats and navigation, grants, illiteracy, etc.

Notes on California pioneers.

Contents: v. 1, notes on Stanislaus Co. and Stockton pioneers, based on conversations with them; v. 2, notes on David M. Lock and the bridge and saw mill at Knights Ferry, based on conversations with Alex Lock, his son; v....

Notes on California's first pianos : ms. S, [1931?].

Concerning purchase of the pianos (brought to California in 1843) by José Abrego and General Vallejo, and the terms of agreement by which Vallejo secured a German professor of music as instructor for his family.

Notes on collections of Historical Photographs in Western Montana : ms., [ca. 1950].

Describing materials in the "cut" file of two Missoula newspapers and the library of the Montana Historical Society.

Notes on George Sterling and on Carmel's literary colony, 1966.

With these: copies of some Sterling poems and a book inscription; also, copies of letters regarding Sterling.

Notes on Ignacio Martínez, approximately 1938-1940.

Includes a chronology, compiled in 1938, of significant dates and events, a genealogical chart, and a 1940 letter to Professor Herbert I. Priestley.

Notes on Indians of Wyoming, [ca. 1893]

Pencil notes (52 l.) of interview with Washakie, Shoshoni Chief; notes on Arapaho folklore (9 l.); printed record of Ray's military career.

Notes on John A. Sutter, [undated]

Mainly notes and transcripts relating to his thesis, John A. Sutter, His career in California before the American Conquest.

Notes on Juan Napoleon Zerman.

Notes concerning Juan Napoleon Zerman and his filibustering activities in Mexico, ca. 1850-1900, such as his expedition in support of the Plan de Ayutla of 1854. Together with miscellaneous notes on Mexican history.

Notes on Jupiter's satellites : mss., [n.d.]

Included in History of Science and Technology Collection.

Notes on lectures given at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1941-1944.

Re microwave generation and propagation; related to work in the M.I.T. Radiation Laboratory. Edited by S. Seely and E.C. Pollard. Mimeographed, with separate tables of contents.

Notes on Mexican finance for the period 1851-1854 : ms.

Excerpt from a letterpress copybook, commenting upon proposals for financial reform submitted by the ex-Minister of Finance, M. Plasagarre; dealing in particular with payments to the British Bondholders.

Notes on Oakland-San Francisco ferries : typescript, [18--?]

Contents: v. 1, Do You Remember? When Single Steamer Crossed the Bay - descriptions of ferry steamers and the city of Oakland; v. 2, Do You Remember? Oakland's Old Ferries; How Fares Became 10 cents - an account of competition...

Notes on Terence Bellew McManus and the Irish in California, 1851-1861.

Bound journal containing several handwritten transcriptions of newspaper articles from early California newspapers (1851-1861). The articles mostly concern the activities and death of an Irish rebel, Terence Bellew McManus, in 1861. Also contains a transcribed article, "The Irish in California"...

Notes on the Blakes in England and in America : ms. (photocopy), 1971 June.

His paper on the genealogy of the Blake family, including biographical information on the Anson Stiles Blake family. The appendix contains copies of articles concerning various members of the family and a genealogical table for the American branch of the...

Notes on the Caddoan Stock

This is a typed copy of a manuscript by Alexander Lesser and Gene Weltfish entitled "Notes on the Caddoan Stock" regarding language based in Pawnee, Wichita, Kitsai, and Caddo languages, along with a letter from Lesser to Frederick Webb Hodge,...

Notes on the Cockrell Family and Thomas L. ("Pegleg") Smith.

Information primarily concerning James Cockrell (d.1843), his newphew Jeremiah Vardaman Cockrell (1832-1915), and their experiences trapping and freighting in the West; with commentary by Sardis W. Templeton, 1961.

Notes on the History and Resources of Washington Territory

From 1872 a lawyer and newspaper publisher at Snohomish, Washington, Morse traveled extensively about the Puget Sound country and filled these notebooks with historical gleanings. There are two on "Settlement", 12 on the Indian war of 1855-1856, three on the...

Notes on the Indianology of Alaska ... : Santa Barbara, California : ms. S, 1867.

Addressed to J. Ross Browne. Notes on the ethnology, linguistics, and natural history of Alaska.

Notes on the life of Brevet Major General Persifor Frazer Smith : U.S.A. : ms., 1927.

Concerning his experiences in the Mexican War, his assignment to California in 1849 in command of the Pacific Division, his command of the Department of the West, and descriptions of San Francisco and Sonoma.

Notes on the Navajo Language

This is a collection of a typed copy of a manuscript entitled "Notes on the Navajo Language" by Father Leopold Ostermann of St. Michael's, Arizona, 1905 and a three-page typed document entitled "Adjectives and Names of Colors," undated, possibly by...

Notes on the Pacific Lumber Company and lumbering in Humboldt Co., Calif., 1869-1953.

Questionnaire and answers obtained by Ben S. Allen from company employees and residents of Scotia and vicinity; interview with A.P. Alexanderson, Aug. 23, 1944; history of the Pacific Lumber Company, as told by George Douglas to Derby Bendorf; notes by...

Notes on western travels : transcript, 1882-1887.

In two parts: My Journey West describes travels in west in 1882; Notes of My Visit to California, 1887, describes Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, Oakland, and Berkeley and comments on prices, cost of living, wages, etc.

Notes on Will S. Green, the father of Glenn Colusa Irrigation District : typescript (carbon), 1949.

With a covering letter to the "Knave", Oakland Tribune, Aug. 20, 1949.

Notes recorded while Under Secretary, Department of the Interior : March 1953-September 1954 : typescript, 1964 /

Contains the weekly memorandum sent to Tudor's company, reporting his activities in Washington, D.C.

Notes regarding Carleton E. Watkins and his family.

Photographs transferred to the Portrait Collections of The Bancroft Library (BANC PIC 1978.152--POR)

Notes removed from Rock drawings of the Coso Range... : mss, [ca. 199-]

Notes appear to relate to the text of the book and the history of rock art in this region.

Notes taken while on a journey across the plains from Washington to Genoa, Carson Valley, Utah Ter., 1858-1859.

Diary, Apr. 11, 1858-Oct. 25, 1859, kept as scientific assistant on Captain J.H. Simpson's expedition to Utah and across the Great Basin from Camp Floyd to Genoa, and return to Washington, D.C., with sojourns at Fort Bridger, Camp Floyd and...

Notes with Asa Call : oral history transcript / and related material, 1975.

Comments on his support for Earl Warren in his political campaigns, particularly in fund raising. A few comments about Richard Nixon also.

Notgemeinschaft fur eine freie Universitat records

Clippings, serial issues, pamphlets, flyers, leaflets, reports, resolutions, press releases, correspondence, financial records, card files, and printed matter, relating to radicalism in the faculty and student body of the Freie Universität Berlin and other German educational institutions. Includes a large...

Notices of Assignment or of Intention to Assign an Account or Accounts

Notices of Assignment or of Intention to Assign an Account or Accounts consists of a single box of notices recorded with the San Diego County Office of the Recorder from1955 to 1962.

Notices of stockholders' meetings, 1910-1911.

Cards sent by J.T. Lippincott, Secretary, to Earl H. and Leila H. Cameron.

Noticias del Puerto de Amapala, 1776, including a manuscript map, Plano de Puerto de Amapala.

Careful description and analysis of the port of Amapala, Honduras, with a map of the harbor with scale and key to all placenames.

Notley (Alice) Papers

Papers of Alice Notley (1945-), an American artist and poet. The collection includes manuscripts, notebooks, correspondence, and original artwork.

Notre Dame des Victoires mechanics lien court transcript, 1890.

Court transcript of Grieg, et al vs Riordan et al. This involved repairs to the Notre Dame des Victoires church in San Francisco during 1888. Certain suppliers were not paid by the main contractor, and suit was filed to satisfy...

Notz (Friedrich-Wilhelm von) letter

Relates to the unsuccessful attack of the 1st Vlasov Division against the Soviet bridgehead at Erlendorf, Germany, south of Frankfurt a. Oder, 1945 April 13. Includes translation.

Nova Albion quadricentennial envelopes [graphic]

Illustrations relate to James Cook, Sir Francis Drake, etc.

Novaia zhizn' newspaper articles

Relates to the role of the railroad workers' union, Vserossiĭskiĭ ispolnitel'nyiĭ komitet Zheleznodorozhnogo soiuza (Vikzhel'), in the Russian Revolution. Typed transcripts.

Novak (Maximilian E.) Papers on the Stoke Newington Daniel Defoe edition

This collection is comprised primarily of correspondence made within a circle of scholars of the early modern and Restoration period regarding the publication of a comprehensive, scholarly edition of works by 18th-century thinker Daniel Defoe. The primary correspondents are Maximillian...

Novelli (Nicola) Music Manuscripts

This collection consists of holographs of music by Novelli

Novgorodsev (Seva) letters received

The collection consists of letters from listeners of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Russian service broadcasts, related to social and cultural conditions, and especially to music in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia.

Novikov (Kirill Vasilevich) typescript

Assesses foreign policy intentions of the United States in the post-World War II era. Photocopy.

Noviomagus (Society) Records

The Society of Noviomagus was founded in 1828 in England by a small circle of members of the Society of Antiquaries. The collection consists of correspondence, invitations, minutes of meetings, holographs of both serious and humorous addresses, membership rosters of...

Novokhats’kyĭ (Musiĭ Danylovych) papers

Musiĭ Danylovych Novokhats'kyĭ (1882-1952) was arrested in 1931 and sent to Gulag. He was later released from Gulag by request of Mikhail Kalinin, chair of the USSR Supreme Soviet, and was rehabilitated in 1991. This collection is composed of biographical...

Novy (Jeremy) Paintings

This small collection contains three original paintings by the San Francisco gay street artist Jeremy Novy. Novy’s art can be spotted across the streets of the United States, particularly his famed koi fish stencils, which have won him national acclaim....

Now (Leonard) papers

This collection is comprised of Leonard Now's original screenplays Chief, Dennis, Gold!, and Let Me In!, as well as correspondence, sheet music, lyrics, and audiocassettes, 1977.

Nowak (Bohdan) printed material

Portfolio of drawings depicting the horrors of war. Accompanying text in French.

Nowak, Henry B. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains correspondence written by TM 3/c Henry Nowak, USN to his wife Florence Nowak during the Second World War. The collection also contains a compact disc with photographs and transcriptions.

Nowak (Jan) papers

Clandestine radio dispatch transcripts, reports, memoranda and correspondence, relating to conditions in occupied Poland during World War II and to Polish resistance activities. Also includes sound recordings of speeches, radio broadcasts and later commentaries, relating to major events of twentieth-century...

Nowell (Thomas) Sermon, Correspondence, and Related Material

Correspondence and manuscripts regarding the controversy over Thomas Nowell's 1772 Charles I remembrance sermon before the House of Commons, bound together with the printed sermon.

Nower (Joyce and Leon) Papers

The Joyce and Leon Nower papers document the formation of the San Diego State University Women's Studies Program and free speech activism in San Diego late 1960s and early 1970s. The papers traces curriculum development for the women's studies courses and...

Nowinski (Ira) California Native American Photograph Archive

An extensive survey of contemporary California Native American groups with emphasis on festivals and other gatherings which demonstrate the preservation and/or revival of traditional cultures throughout the state.

Nowinski (Ira) photograph collection

Archive of photographer Ira Nowinski (b. 1942)

Nowinski (Ira) Photographs of the Stanford Powwow

Digitial images and select prints of the Stanford Powwow taken by Ira Nowinski.

Noxon (Samuel H.) photograph album

Depicts American residents and scenes of daily life in Shanghai and elsewhere in China and other parts of East Asia.

Noyce (Robert) Papers

Collection contains documents, photographs, videotape, and audio tape (reel to reel).

Noyes (Edward F.) Scrapbook

Edward F. Noyes (1832-1890) was ambassador to France, a retired general, and governor of Ohio. Collection consists of letters of introduction, invitations and responses, and newspaper clippings in French and English regarding the Presidential campaign of 1876, all contained in...

Noyes-Wallace Family Collection

ca. 1850s-early 1900s. Documents and correspondence concerning Henry Erastus Noyes, George W. Wallace, and George W. Wallace, Jr., all soldiers in the U.S. Army. Also includes Noyes' 1861 photo album and other material relating to West Point, his 107 pp....

Nozaki (Albert) papers

The Albert Nozaki papers span the years 1950-1956 and encompass 1.5 linear feet of manuscripts, .5 linear feet of photographs and 478 artworks. The collection consists largely of drawings for THE WAR OF THE WORLDS (1953) and THE TEN COMMANDMENTS...

Nozze Slave Dance Notation and Costume Design Drawings

This collection comprises two groups of material documenting work on a ballet in one act, (), which appears to have been staged by Cesare Coppini at La Scala, an opera house in Milan, on January 22, 1895. The first group...

NSZZ "Solidarnosc" (Labor organization) records

Sound recording copies of plenary sessions and sessions of the presidium of the Komisja Krajowa, plenary sessions of the Krajowy Zjazd Delegatów, sessions of various regional congresses and local branches, sessions of various workers' self-management committees, and negotiation sessions with...

NSZZ "Solidarnosc" (Labor organization) Region Mazowsze. Oddzial w Siedlach miscellaneous records

Minutes of meetings, reports, appeals, correspondence, financial records, leaflets, and flyers, relating to political and economic conditions in Siedlce province.

NSZZ "Solidarnosc" (Labor organization) Region Mazowsze. Wojewodzka Stacja Sanitarno-Epidemologiczna records

Minutes, correspondence, reports, membership lists, and financial records, relating to labor, political and economic conditions in Poland.

N.T. Mirov papers, approximately 1910-1977.

Collection included personal correspondence, including letters from Mirov's mother in the Soviet Union during the 1930s, other family correspondence, professional correspondence, a manuscript of Mirov's autobiography, and other professional papers. The collection also includes photo albums documenting Mirov's life in...

Nuby La Chappelle scrapbook of St. Mary's School dancers.

Scrapbook mostly containing mounted black and white photographs of young Chinese American schoolgirls rehearsing and performing dance postures and routines in various types of ethnic and dance costumes. The costumes includes Chinese, Mexican, Russian, Dutch, Hawaiian, ballet, and tap dance....

Nucker (Delmas H.) miscellaneous papers

Speech, and printed matter, relating to development problems of underdeveloped countries, and especially to American economic assistance to Afghanistan.

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation Collection

Annual reports, bulletins, newsletters, published studies, programs, audiotapes, ephemera, artifacts, material relating to the Distinguished Peace Leadership Award and World Citizen Award, and files of Dean Babst.

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF) oral history, circa 2004, 2007

Interviews with Michael Coffey, Daniel Ellsberg, and David Krieger. Interviewer: David Russell. Interviewee(s): Michael Coffey, Daniel Ellsberg, David Krieger. Transcript: For tapes 1-6 only. Where are the rest? Related materials: Articles, newsletters, etc. about/by NAPF.

Nuclear age video tape

Interview transcripts of Soviet political and military officials, relating to the nuclear arms race and Soviet-American relations. Used as research material for the television documentary series produced by station WGBH in Boston, and for the companion book by John Newhouse,...

Nuclear Disarmament Project Collection

The collection contains correspondence and educational materials related to the Nuclear Disarmament Project (NDP), a part of the Commission on Social Justice, Archdiocese of San Francisco, 1981-1985. Co-directors Pia Moriarty and Bob Williams adapted the approach of the Brazilian educator...

Nuclear Free Pacific and Other Pacific Island Issues Collection

A collection of materials on the investigation into a nuclear free Pacific by concerned churches from Hugh Wire.

Nuclear landscapes [graphic] : forty-four photographs and Trinity panorama.

Digital prints of photographic images taken in the 1980s at various nuclear weapons test sites, including Nevada Test Site, Hanford Site and the Marshall Islands. Photographs document the lasting impact of the production facilities and bomb tests on the surrounding...

[Nuclear-free movements in the San Francisco Bay Area, 1986 : newspaper clippings and ephemera]

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

Nudatov (E. P.) typed transcript

Relates to military activities of General Roman Ungern-Sternberg in Mongolia during the Russian Civil War.

Nudie's Rodeo Tailors Archives

Nudie Cohn, born Nuta Kotlyrenko in Kiev (1902 December 15 - 1984 May 9), was a Russian immigrant who moved to America in 1913. Born into a family of boot makers and tailors, he made a name for himself in...

Nuevo Mexico Manuscript

This is a handwritten manuscript in Spanish documenting the history of New Mexico from 1534 to 1763. No author or date is noted on the document.

Nuñez (Rene) Memorial Collection

The , assembled after Nuñez's death, documents his work in promoting educational equity and parent involvement, and his help in founding the Chicano Studies Department at SDSU. Filed alphabetically, the collection includes educational treatises, academic papers, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and materials...

Nugent (Hortense and Howard) Papers

This collection consists of personal correspondence, theater programs, and press clippings....

Nugent-Glover Correspondence

Correspondence between George Nugent Grenville, 2nd Baron Nugent and George Glover, 1802-1840; also included are a small number of other correspondents, a poem and ephemera.

Nulty (Don) drawings of the Isenberg house alterations

This collection consists of reprographic copies of 6 drawings of floor plans, elevations, and structural plans for additions and alterations to the house at 1637 East Valley Road, Montecito, Calif....

Nulty (Michael) Papers

The Michael Nulty papers document his work with LGBT youth organizations and his advocacy on behalf of sexual minority youth. The collection contains a wide range of materials, including board materials; brochures, flyers and other ephemera; correspondence; lists of resources;...

Numismatic Collection

This is a collection of currency and checks from 1854-1918 from the Canada, Germany, Haiti, Japan, Mexico, and the United States.

Nunes portraits [graphic]

Mr. & Mrs. A.F. Nunes; Countess Doheny (Mrs. Estelle L. Doheny) with Mrs. A.F. Nunes.

Nuno Alvares Pereira Pato Moniz poems : mss., [1813-1817]

Manuscript copies of poems published in London. v.1: Elmiro. (1813); v.2: Agostinheida, a mock-heroic poem concerning José Agostinho de Macedo. (1817)

Nura Woodson Ulreich photograph, 1935

One black and white photograph of author, painter, and sculptor Nura Woodson Ulreich, New York , 1935. Laid in Ulreich's The Buttermilk Tree (Printers Z257.U47 1934). Alpha list.

Nuremberg Chronicle leaf, 1493

One framed hand-colored leaf, with heading "Das sechst alter" = the sixth older [elder?]

Nuremberg Military Tribunals 50th Reunion collection

In 1996, the representatives of the Nuremberg Tribunal Trials met in Washington D.C. for their fifth reunion on March 22 to 23. Former Nuremberg prosecutors and other committee members gather, including Court Records, Court Interpreters, Secretaries, Research Analysts, Interrogators, Internal...

Nuremberg Trial records

The Nuremberg Trial records contain transcripts, case files, and other recor