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Q & A: Queer in Asian America Collection

This collection contains materials related to "Q & A: Queer in Asian America," the groundbreaking anthology edited by Alice Y. Hom and David L. Eng. The book won many awards, including the Lambda Literary Award for Best Non-Fiction Anthology. The...

Q. O. Calef letters : to Lib. F. Thurber, 1855-1856.

Written from Smith's Flat, California, they describe life there and in Marysville, and comment on rise in crime since the gambling law took effect.

Qajar (Abdullah Mizra) album of Iran

An album of 61 albumen photographs of Iran taken by Abdullah Mirza Qajar between 1883 and 1896. Although there are a few bird's-eye views of Tehran and some images of Qajar buildings, the photographs primarily depict buildings in ruins or...

Qayani Collection of Arabic and Persian Manuscripts

Collection consists of manuscripts in Arabic, Persian, and Turkish by or collected by the scholar, Sayyid Abu Talib bin Abi Turab al-Husayni al-Khurasani al-Qayeni (1818-1876)....

Qian (Xuesen) Papers

Throughout the collection, and other collections in the Caltech Archives, Qian Xuesen is referred to as H.S. Tsien or Tsien. The Qian papers contain administrative files, correspondence, and research performed during Qian's time at Caltech....

Qing Dynasty Manchu prayer boards

Two wooden prayer boards in Manchu.

Qing era China photographs

Seventeen black and white photographs from late Qing era China (circa 1910).

Q.T. Bar Ephemera and Artifacts

Posters, flyers, and other ephemera and artifacts from the walls and storage areas of the Q.T. Bar, the site of which is now the Rendez-vous Bar. These items donated by the owners of the Rendez-vous.

Quackenbush (Edward A.) Papers

Edward A. Quackenbush appears to have been involved in the mining business on the U.S. west coast. The collection consists of correspondence, accounts and miscellaneous papers related to Quackenbush, and letters of the Quackenbush family.

Qualman (Harry) collection

Reports, studies, government documents, serial issues, and other printed matter relating to cooperation among French-speaking countries, administration of Madagascar and of New Caledonia, technical assistance to these countries, and the work of the South Pacific Commission.

Quan (Katie) Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA) collection

Comprises notes, correspondence, memos, agendas, minutes, reports, convention materials, rosters, press material and other organizational documents collected and generated by Katie Quan in her role as a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Alliance (APALA). APALA, a nationwide organization...

Quarberg (Lincoln) papers

The Lincoln Quarberg papers span the years 1924-1958 and encompass 3 linear feet. The collection contains correspondence, press releases, Caddo Company biographies and publicity files, and treatments....

Quarter Century Club Minutes

The Quarter Century Club, whose members have been affiliated with the Davis campus for twenty five years or more, was organized in 1939. This small collection contains the club's meeting minutes from 1939-1989 as well as several clippings that feature...

Quastler (I.E.) Digitized Image Collection

355 35mm slides that were loaned for digitization in 2010. Most taken at Lindbergh Field, LAX and other California Airports.

Quate (C.F.) Papers

Correspondence, memoranda, press releases, contracts, grants, course materials and other records pertaining to his research and teaching at Stanford, including work at the Ginzton Laboratory; and offsets, glossies, and slides from the acoustic microscope project.

Quayle (Ernest H.) diary

Relates to United States Marine Corps activities in the United States and aboard ship in the Caribbean Sea during World War I.

Quayle (Henry J.) papers

This collection is comprised of correspondence, manuscripts, and other material pertaining to Henry J. Quayle, former professor of Entomology at the University of California Citrus Experiment Station in Riverside, California. Correspondence consists of typed and handwritten letters between Henry J....

Que Hee (Shane S.) Shane LGBT and Progressive Activism Papers

Fifteen bound volumes of articles, newsletters, minutes, and correspondence primarily documenting the activism and writings of Shane S. Que Hee while in Cincinnati, Ohio. As an activist, Que Hee participated in a number of progressive organizations including Lesbian/Gay Academic Union,...

Queen (built 1882; passenger vessel) photograph

One 8 x 10 in. black-and-white photographic print captioned "'The Klondike Fever' Loading for Alaska."

Queen Isabella document, 1502 February 15

One document (ADS), order to her notary, Diego Ramirez re how she lost a pearl, part of a rosary, and how the Queen's Chamberlain, Sancho de Paredes, should not be held responsible. Seville, Spain, 15 February 1502. Gift of Mark...

Queen Olga photographic collection

Depicts Grand Duchess Mariia Georgievna, daughter of King George I and Queen Olga of Greece and wife of Grand Duke Georgiĭ Mikhaĭlovich of Russia, in various European resorts, 1900-1904; and Grand Duke Georgiĭ Mikhaĭlovich and other members of the Russian...

Queer Frontiers Conference Records

Administrative records, floppy disk, notes, student newspapers, correspondence, flyers, posters, registration forms, financial documents, and other material from Queer Frontiers, a conference held at the University of Southern California in March of 1995. Queer Frontiers was an annual national graduate...

Queer Nation Records

The Queer Nation San Francisco records (1 linear foot) document the weekly meetings, regular political and cultural actions, and press coverage of this short-lived but prominent coalition of the early 1990s. The records range from the group's inception in 1990...

Queer Nation Records

Queer Nation was a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) grassroots local organization first established in New York, which then proliferated into many other chapters across the country including: Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston. The organization was well-known...

Queer Resource Center Records

The present organization of the files maintains the order established by the Queer Resource Center. The collection consists of flyers. annual files, program files, minutes and financial reports, and correspondence of the various organizations through 1992. In addition there are...

Queer Resource Center Resource Files

Primarily serial files collected by the Center, plus some information files on conferences, education, and health.

Queer Son Records

Queer Son is a 1993 documentary by Vickie Seitchik, telling the story of families with queer sons and daughters. The collection contains full transcripts of the interviews that went into the film, information on the film's distribution and promotion, film...

Quentin L. Kopp papers, 1970-1998.

Personal and political papers including campaign literature, constituent letters, newspaper clippings, bill information. From his career as San Francisco supervisor and California state legislator (1970-1998).

Questión [sic] Escolástica Canónica Moral contra un Decreto que pronunció en el mes de Noviembre del Año de 1780 el S[eño]r Lic[encia] do D[o]n Ambrosio Liano : Zacapulas, Guatemala : ms.S, 1792 Oct. 11.

Justification by the curate of Zacupulas for his actions in the matter of the marriage of Francisco de Vera Y Mesa who had no proof of baptism. Included at end; extracts concerning the case and the final sentence (pp. 131-150).

Questionnaire, 1886 April 23-May 8th.

Collection of questionnaires and their responses. Questionnaire was sent out by P. J. Healy, District Statistician, on April 23rd, 1886 at the request of District Master Workman to gather information on number of Chinese employed, the conditions of that employement...

Questionnaires from parishes : typescript , 1803 July-Sept.

Completed questionnaires from the following parishes in the state of Oaxaca: Nochistlán, Cuanana, Ytundujia, Tlaxiaco, Chicahuastla, Tamazulapam, Tejupam, Achiutla, Almoloyas and Yolotepec, with information on history of the parishes, education, revenues, agriculture, language, racial components, etc.

Quevedo (Eduardo) Papers

The personal papers of Eduardo Quevedo include correspondence, leaflets, photographs and reports covering the years 1929-1968. The correspondence files from the 1940s, included in Series I (Personal Files), document his role in several early Mexican-American political organizations. There is a...

Quezada (Leticia) papers

The Leticia Quezada papers is a collection of personal and professional correspondence, documents, ephemera, and photographs related to her career in education, politics, and Mexican culture.

Quick (Herbert) Collection

The Herbert "Herb" Quick Collection, 1931-2006, documents the career of egalitarian Herbert Quick as a California photographer and instructor of photography at the University of Riverside, California.

Quick (Herbert) photographs

The bulk of this collection comprises photographic negatives, but also includes black and white photographic prints (some indexed by subject on note cards), as well as clippings concerning Quick and his work. An educator, staff photographer (1964), and manager of...

Quicksilver Mining Company Miner's Fund papers, circa 1899-1909.

Mostly paid bills and receipts for the Miner's Fund of the Quicksilver Mining Company in New Almaden, California. Also includes one folded ledger summary for 1899 of the fund, and a few letters from 1901, several from Dr. Arthur M....

Quidde (Ludwig) mimeograph

Relates to proposals for the settlement of territorial questions and other outstanding issues of World War I.

A quiet man : Harry Allister Kirkpatrick, his family, and his life : typescript, 2001 /

Contains typescript of Warfel's biography on her father including some research notes and documents.

Quigley (Joan) papers

Correspondence, writings, astrological charts, printed matter, and videocassettes relating to astrology. Includes astrological charts of Ronald and Nancy Reagan and other celebrities.

Quillan (Joe) papers

Joseph Quillan was a radio and television comedy writer for more than 20 years. The collection consists of radio and television scripts, ideas, notes, and memorabilia. Projects represented include programs such as the Eddie Cantor Show, Time to Smile with...

Quillen (Isaac James) Papers

The papers document Quillen's graduate work at Yale, his teaching career at Stanford University, his writings and publications, and his research interests. Included are his papers while at Yale; syllabi, exams, and other course materials; drafts of his books; correspondence...

Quilter (Joseph F.) papers

Letters, relating to the naval career of J. F. Quilter, and especially to the American naval presence in China and elsewhere in the Far East from 1933 to 1936; and videotapes of American naval ships and personnel and street scenes...

Quimichis Colony records, 1909-1955

The Bard family played an important part in the development of Ventura County, particularly Port Hueneme. The family also established Quimichis Colony in Mexico, which involved acquiring 75,000 acres of land in western Mexico between Mazatlan and Puerto Vallarta. The...

Quin (Ah) Diary Collection

The collection contains the diaries of Chinese migrant Ah Quin from 1876 through 1902.

Quinan (Ernest) Collection

Collection of manuscript scores, in ink or pencil, chiefly for piano, with several works for strings and piano, and Variations for string quartet. Many noted as being composed in Paris, others in Berkeley, Calif....

Quinby, Edwin F. and Nancy letters

Edwin F. Quinby (1821-1852) was a Maine native who traveled west to take part in the Gold Rush, working at diggings throughout Northern California frrom 1849 to 1852. He died a week after returning back home to Maine in 1852....

Quinby (Henry Dean III) Collection of Photographs and Correspondence, ca. 1933-1957

Photographs of street-railroads (cars and tracks) taken by or collected by Henry Dean Quinby III. The collection also includes postcards of street-cars, paper ephemera associated with street-railroads, and correspondence from other street-car enthusiasts.

Quine (Shiloh) papers

Shiloh Heavenly Quine, a transgender woman born in 1959, was the first person in the United States to receive state-funded gender-affirming surgery while incarcerated. The collection consists of two signed self-portrait drawings created by Quine.

Quinn (Anthony) Collection of Scripts

Anthony Quinn (1915-2001) is best known as an actor, starring in such films as Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Zorba the Greek (1964), and La Strada (1954), but he was also a writer and visual artist. He was born in Chihuahua,...

Quinn (Arthur) papers

The Arthur Quinn Papers (1967-1997) consist primarily of Quinn's manuscript drafts. Correlating correspondence for each title is filed with manuscript drafts. Unpublished papers, speeches and prospectuses, his Princeton dissertation and undated notebooks pretaining to coursework while at Princeton are also...

Quinn (Eugene F.) papers

Research notes and drafts, lists, writings, interviews, copies of government documents, printed matter, tapes of tribal chants, memorabilia, and photographs relating to the Beti society of Cameroon. Many of these documents were used by E. F. Quinn as research material...

Quinn (Frank) Collection

Taped interviews with northwestern Californian Native Americans concerning government programs and the treatment of Native Americans, as well as some stories and songs reflecting various Native American cultures. Currently available on CD-ROM.

Quinn (J. J.) Photograph Album

This album contains photographs of the Navy's early LTA (Lighter-than-Air) crews and early flights at Akron, OH, Lakehurst NAS, Roosevelt Field, NY, and Rockaway NAS, NY. Also included are photos Charles and Anne Lindbergh inspection of a dirigible and test...

Quinn (Jack) papers

Writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to broadcasting operations of Radio Free Europe.

Quinn (Stanley) papers

Stanley Quinn was a radio and television writer, producer, and director. The collection consists of scripts, production materials, stage plans and photographs for various Kraft Television Theatre productions.

Quintessence publications, circa 1980s

Several flyers and examples of printing, n.d. 1 folder. [Oversize boxed]. Alpha list.

Quire (Joseph H.) Papers Relating to Peter J. Shields

Joseph H. Quire, was a personal friend of Peter J. Shields, the Sacramento Superior Court Judge who wrote the legislation that led to the establishment of the University Farm (now the University of California, Davis). The collection contains correspondence, articles...

Quitman Lynch (John) and Hal Rebarich Papers

Photographs, artwork, correspondence, family history records, and personal papers of John Quitman Lynch and Hal Rebarich, circa 1900-2012. Residents of New York; Long Beach, California; and Portland, Oregon, John Quitman Lynch, a painter, and Hal Rebarich, a United States postal...

Qulia, Arthur F. (Second World War correspondence)

This collection contains one letter from Arthur F. Qulia, USA to his wife Margaret during the Second World War.