Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives Reference Books, Booklets and Magazines Collection, 1868-2004
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Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives2014
P.O. Box 343
Perris, California 92572
Title: Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives Reference Books, Booklets and Magazines Collection, 1868-2004
Collection Number: C0000010.2014
Creator/Collector: Perris Valley Historical and Museum Association
Extent: 97 books in collection (1 full bookcase and 3 document boxes).
Repository: Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives
Perris, California 92572
Abstract: The Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives Reference Books, Booklets and Magazines Collection, 1868-2004, consists of books collected since 1983 by the Perris Valley Historical and Museum Association by a number of both known and unknown donors. The topics of the books focus primarily on nonfiction subjects, such as history, railroading, cooking and gemology.
Language of Material: English
Collection is available for research.
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Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives Reference Books, Booklets and Magazines Collection, 1868-2004. Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives
Gift of various donors since 1983 to the Perris Valley Historical and Museum Association. Custody of collection transferred to the Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives in December of 2010.
The Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives Reference Books, Booklets and Magazines Collection, 1868-2004 is comprised of books, booklets and magazines donated by various individuals since 1983 to the Perris Valley Museum and Historical Association. As most of the provenance of the original donors and the full scope of their collections was lost, the amalgam of the books was grouped as whole.
As most of the provenance of a large number of the books was lost, it is difficult to determine the exact significance of the volumes to their individual collections. As such, an artificial but intuitive arrangement was established to make the collection accessible to researchers.
Americana; American Indian pueblos; American West; automobile engine; basketry; California Gold Rush; Christ; Christianity; college dictionary; cookbooks; dictionary; encyclopedia; engines; eugenics; Farmers Fair; Farmers Fair 50th Anniversary Farmers Fair Expo; flood; gasoline engine; gem; gems; gemstones; geology; Godbeites; Gold Rush; Gold Rush country; historical sites; history; Holy Bible; Indians of California; Kachina dolls; literature; love; minerals; mining; Native Americans; Native Americans of California; paganism; railroads; religion; rocks; saint; Satan; sinner; spiritualism; trains; white slave trade; Willie Boy; Wounded Knee;
Allen, Robert Joseph; Barnhart, Clarence L., ed.; Bischoff, Eugene H.; Bischoff, Kay; Blassingame, Wyatt; Bower, B.M.; Brown, Dee; Brown, James T.; Caprio, Frank S., MD; Cooper, Elizabeth K.; Curry, Larry; Curry, Peggy Simpson; Deehan, M.R., MD; Dutton, Bertha P., ed.; Dyke, A.L., EE; Eargle, Dolan H., Jr.; Freers, Steven A.; Garratt, Colin; Geiger, Maynard, OFM, PhD; Glyn, Elinor; Godbe, William S.; Gordon, Lowell R.; Gray, Zane; Hening, Vi; Henry, Donald J.; Hoebel, E. Adamson; Hull, E.M.; James, Harry; Johnston, Philip; Kipling, Rudyard; Klotz, Esther; Law, E. Norine; Lawton, Harry; Lech, Steve; Lewis, Joseph; McCorkle, Jean Leeson; MacLaughlin, Don; Marshall, Katherine Tupper; Maxwell, Arthur S.; May, Robin; Patten, William, ed.; Patterson, Tom; Paul, Frances; Peale, Norman Vincent; Robinson, W.W.; Rosa May; Ruegamer, Lana; Scanlon, Reverend Patrick J.; Serra, Father Junipero; Sheldon, Charles M.; Simon Peter; Sinkankas, John; Smallman, Robert E.; Smith, Gerald A.; Swenson, Evelyn; Vandercook, Margaret; Walker, Ronald W.; Warner, Jim; Weaver, Stella; White, Mrs. E.G.; Williams III, George; Willie Boy; Yeadon, David; Young, Brigham; Zim, Herbert S.; Zodac, Peter;
Allen; Barnhart; Bischoff; Blassingame; Bower; Brown; Caprio; Cooper; Curry; Deehan; Dutton; Dyke; Eargle; Freers; Garratt; Geiger; Glyn; Godbe; Gordon; Gray; Hening; Henry; Hoebel; Hull; James; Johnston; Kipling; Klotz; Law; Lawton; Lech; Lewis; McCorkle; MacLaughlin; Marshall; Maxwell; May; Patten; Patterson; Paul; Peale; Robinson; Ruegamer; Scanlon; Serra; Sheldon; Sinkankas; Smallman; Smith; Swenson; Vandercook; Walker; Warner; Weaver; White; Williams; Yeadon; Young; Zim; Zodac;
A.L. Burt Company; Alaska Tlingit; Anderson, Ritchie and Simon; Army, United States of America; Books, Incorporated; Bureau of Indian Affairs; California Division of Mines and Geology; Cheyennes; Cahuilla Indians; Cookbook Publishers, Incorporated; Country Review Magazine; Crocker Company; D. Van Nostrand Company; Dave Wallace WORDS; Eugenics Publishing Company; Eukabi Publishers; First Congregational Church; Franklin Publishing Company; Fundcraft Publishing, Incorporated; Gemac Corporation; Golden Press; Greatlakes Living Press; Grosset and Dunlap; Harcourt, Brace and Company; History Division Riverside County Parks Department; Holt, Rinehart and Winston; Indiana Historical Society; The John C. Winston Company; Jolene S. Anderson Publishing Consultants, Incorporated; Ladies of the Country Store, St. James School; Ladies of Saint James Guild; Lane Publishing Company; McGraw-Hill Book Company, Incorporated; Malki Museum Press; Mallard Press; Medical Research Press; North American Press of Kansas City, Incorporated; Old Mission; Oxford University Press; P.F. Collier and Son; Pacific Press; Pacific Press Publishing Association; Pantheon Books; Perris Valley American Field Service; Perris Valley Chamber of Commerce; Peter Fenelon Collier and Son; Press Enterprise; Press-Enterprise Company; The Press Enterprise and Corona Commercial Printing; Pocket Books; Prentice-Hall, Incorporated; The Press-Enterprise Company; Purnell Books; Random House; Research Department of Security Pacific Bank; Review and Herald Publishing Association; Riverside County Historical Commission Press; Riverside Museum Press; Rubidoux Printing; Rubidoux Printing Company; Senate of the State of California; Sherman Museum; Soroptimist International of Perris Valley; Southwest Museum; The Success Company; Time; Time Life Books, Incorporated; Trappist Publications; Tree by the River Publishing; Trees Company Press; Tupper and Love, Incorporated; U.S. Government Printing Office; Unicorn Publishers, Incorporated; United Evangelical Publishing House; University of California Press; University of Illinois Press; The Viking Press Incorporated; Walter J. Black, Incorporated; Windsor Publications, Incorporated; Zondervan Publishing House;
Albuquerque, New Mexico; Bodie; California; Chicago, Illinois; Collierville, Tennessee; Desert; Eastern Sierra Nevada; Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey; Grand Rapids, Michigan; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania; Hong Kong; Illinois; Indiana; Indianapolis, Indiana; Kansas City, Missouri; Lake Elsinore, California; Lawrence, Kansas; London, England; Long Beach, California; Los Angeles, California; Lost Dutchman Goldmine; Matteson, Illinois; Menlo Park, California; Mentone, California; Michigan; Missouri; Mountain View, California; Murrieta, California; New Jersey; New Mexico; New York; New York, New York; Mission Inn; Mission Santa Barbara; Peekskill, New York; Pennsylvania; Perris, California; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Riverside, California; Riverside County, California; Roslyn, New York; St. Louis, Missouri; Sacramento, California; Santa Barbara, California; Santa Fe, New Mexico; San Bernardino County; San Diego de Alcala; San Francisco, California; Sherman Museum; Southern California; Southwest; Superstition Mountain; Takoma Park, Washington, D.C.; Tennessee; United States of America; Washington, D.C.; Western Riverside County;
booklets; books; magazines;A Colony for California; A Community Guide to Riverside and San Bernardino Counties; A Golden Regional Guide: Washington; A Poppy in the Corn; The Adequate Male; Along the Old Roads: A History of the Portion of Southern California that Became Riverside County, 1772-1893; American Indian Pueblo: Read and Color; The American College Dictionary; The American West; Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee; The Cahuilla Indians; California Gem Trails; The Camp Fire Girls In After Years; The Cheyennes; Correct Social Usage Vol, 2; Country Cook Book; The Country Review; Dyke’s Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia; The Earth is Our Mother: A Guide to the Indians of California, Their Locales and Historic Sites; Exploring Small Towns: Southern California; Fading Images: Indian Pictographs of Western Riverside County; Famous American Indian Chiefs: Read and Color; Farmers Fair Cookbook; Farmers Fair Cookbook 50th Anniversary, Farmers Fair Expo 1946-1996; Father Junipero Serra: 250th Anniversary of His Birth; Favorite Recipes; Feeder’s Digest; Fire in the Water; Gems and Minerals; Gemstones and Minerals: How and Where to Find Them; Gold Rush Country; Great Prophecies of Our Time; Great Short Stories; Great Trains of the World: The Great Controversy between Christ and Satan; Guide to Bodie and Eastern Sierra Historical Sites; Guide to the Historic Landmarks of Riverside County, California; Harvest of the Sun: An Illustrated History of Riverside County; Hear That Lonesome Whistle Blow: Railroads in the West; Historic Headlines from the files of the Press and Enterprise; Historic Headlines from the Press and Enterprise; Historical Book of Memories; History of the Indiana Historical Society; Holy Bible: Old and New Testament; In the Name of Humanity; Indian Craft Designs; Indians of California; Indians of the Southwest; The Indians of Mission Santa Barbara in Paganism and Christianity; In His Steps: “What Would Jesus Do?”; Kachina Dolls Cut and Color; The Lake Elsinore Flood; Land in California; Landmarks of Riverside and The Stories Behind Them; Lost and Living Cities of the California Gold Rush; McCorkle-Lesson Family; Manual and Architectural Style Guide; Minerals; The Mission Inn – Its History and Artifacts; The New Funk & Wagnall Encyclopedia, Volume 30: Scot-Soci; Our Favorite Recipes; Our Town: Riverside, California; The Philosophy of Love; Riders of the Purple Sage; Rocks and Minerals; San Diego de Alcala: California’s First Mission; Secrets from Our Kitchen; Selected Works of Rudyard Kipling – Volume 1; Selected Works of Rudyard Kipling – Volume 2; Selected Works of Rudyard Kipling – Volume 3; The Shame of a Great Nation: The Story of the “White Slave Trade”; The Sheik; Sherman Museum; Rosa May – The Search for a Mining Legend; Simon Peter: Sinner and Saint; The Southwest Museum Papers: Number Nine; Spruce Root Basketry of the Alaska Tlingit; Starr of the Desert; Stars in the Sky; Stay Alive All Your Life; Steam Trains: An American Portrait; The Story of Superstition Mountain and the Lost Dutchman Goldmine; This Fabulous Century: 1920-1930; This Fabulous Century: 1930-1940; This Fabulous Century: 1940-1950; This Fabulous Century: 1950-1960; This Fabulous Century: 1950-1960; This Fabulous Century: 1960-1970; Together: Annals of an Army Wife; Victoriana Americana; Wayward Saints: The Godbeites and Brigham Young; The Wild West; Willie Boy: A Desert Manhunt;