Register of the Verbarg (Leonard) Collection, 1945-1974

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Register of the Verbarg (Leonard) Collection, 1945-1974

Collection number: Mss208

Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections

University Library

University of the Pacific

Contact Information

  • Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
  • University Library, University of the Pacific
  • Stockton, CA 95211
  • Phone: (209) 946-2404
  • Fax: (209) 946-2810
  • URL: http://www.pacific.edu/Library/Find/Holt-Atherton-Special-Collections.html
Processed by:
Don Walker
Date Completed:
January 1999
Encoded by:
Don Walker
© 1998 University of the Pacific. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Verbarg (Leonard) Collection,
Date (inclusive): 1945-1974
Collection number: Mss208
Creator: Leonard Verbarg
Extent: 15.5 linear ft.
Repository: University of the Pacific. Library. Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections
Stockton, CA 95211
Shelf location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the library's online catalog.
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection is open for research.

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Verbarg (Leonard) Collection, Mss208, Holt-Atherton Department of Special Collections, University of the Pacific Library

Access Points

personal name

Verbarg, Leonard
Hunt, Rockwell Dennis
Rosborough Alexander J.
Mauldin, Henry

corporate name

Oakland (Calif.) Tribune

subject

Journalism -California -Oakland
Historians -California -Correspondence
California -History -Sources
California -Social conditions
Oakland (Calif.) -History -Sources
Nevada -History -Sources
California -History, Local
San Francisco (Calif.) -History -Sources
Alameda County (Calif.) -History -Sources
Alpine County (Calif.) -History
Siskiyou County (Calif.) -History -Sources
Lake County (Calif.) -History -Sources
Nevada County (Calif.) -History -Sources
Sonoma County (Calif.) -History -Sources
Tehama County (Calif.) -History -Sources
Trinity County (Calif.) -History -Sources
Modoc Indians -History -Sources
Humboldt County Calif.) -History -Sources
Amador County (Calif.) -History -Sources
Contra Costa County (Calif.) -History -Sources

Biography

Leonard Verbarg was a journalist and editor of the "Knave" column in the Oakland Tribune for more than twenty years (1953-1974). The "Knave" was begun during the 1930s and was dedicated principally to California local history. Because Leonard Verbarg opened the column to the public, history buffs, community boosters and descendants of pioneer families all sent him copy, much of which he edited and published. Some published local historians, including Rockwell D. Hunt, F. Hal Higgins and Charles M. Loring contributed regularly to the "Knave." Leonard Verbarg received the California Historical Society's Award of Merit in 1965. Nine years later, on the death of long-time Tribune publisher, Joseph R. Knowland, the "Knave" column was terminated.

Scope and Content

The Verbarg Collection consists of: [Series I] the hundreds of brief local history essays submitted for publication in the Oakland Tribune's "Knave" column (1953-1974); [Series II] correspondence between Leonard Verbarg and the public relative to these submissions; [Series III] memorabilia sent to Verbarg with the articles (most notably early theatre programs) as well as tear sheet copies of "Knave" columns (1954-1969); and, [Series IV] the photographs and drawings that were published with the essays.

Container List

 

SERIES 1: LOCAL HISTORY ESSAYS, etc., 1945-1974 [made up of public submissions to Verbarg's "Knave" column in the Oakland Tribune]

 

BOX 1: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, A-B

 

1.1.1: Generalities & Mixed Subjects

 

1.1.2: Cities & Towns, A

 

a-Alameda

 

b-Alleghany

 

c-Alviso

 

d-Angels Camp

 

e-Antioch

 

f-Applegate

 

g-Aptos

 

h-Arcata

 

I-Auburn

 

j-Aukum

 

k-Aurora

 

1.1.3: Misc. Subjects [incl. individuals]

 

a-Allen, Dean H.

 

b-Alvarado, Gov. Juan B.

 

c-Arguello, Gov. Luis

 

d-Audrain, James H.

 

e-Ayers, James J.

 

1.1.4: Alameda County

 

1.1.5: Alpine County

 

1.1.6: Amador County

 

1.1.7: Aviation

 

1.1.8: Cities & Towns, B

 

a-Bagby

 

b-Belvedere

 

c-Benicia

 

d-Bennettville

 

e-Benton

 

f-Berkeley

 

g-Bidwell Bar

 

h-Biggs

 

i-Bloomfield

 

j-Blythe

 

k-Byrne's Ferry

 

1.1.9: Individuals, B

 

a-Baker, Edward D.

 

b-Bancroft, Hubert Howe

 

c-Barton, James A.

 

d-Belanger, François

 

e-Bell, Horace

 

f-Bellingham Family

 

g-Biven, Rasey

 

h-Blakeslee, S.V.

 

I-Bland, Adam

 

j-Bowman, Sam

 

k-Brannan, Sam

 

l-Bromley, George T.

 

m-Brooks, James A.

 

n-Budd, Gov. James

 

o-Buttner, Mary A.

 

1.1.10: Misc. Subjects, B

 

1.1.11: Bidwell, John

 

1.1.12: Bidwell Bar

 

1.1.13: Black Bart

 

1.1.14: Bodie

 

1.1.15: Butte County

 

BOX 2: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, C

 

1.2.1: Cities & Towns, C

 

a-Cahto

 

b-Calico

 

c-Camanche

 

d-Carmel

 

e-Chandlerville

 

f-Clarksville

 

g-Clayton

 

h-Clements

 

I-Coalinga

 

j-Collinsville

 

k-Colusa

 

l-Copperopolis

 

m-Crescent City

 

n-Crockett

 

1.2.2: Individuals, C

 

a-Carson, Kit

 

b-Chalfant, P.A.

 

c-Champlin Family

 

d-Chapel, Charles Edward

 

e-Chapman, Margarita Alviso

 

f-Clark, Galen

 

g-Coburn, Loren

 

h-Colby, William E.

 

I-Cole Family

 

j-Compton, Henry T.

 

k-Connell, Maurice M.

 

l-Cooke, George Bowen

 

m-Crabb, Henry A.

 

n-Crockett, Davy

 

1.2.3: Misc. Subjects, C

 

1.2.4: Calaveras County

 

1.2.5: California - Gold Rush Correspondence

 

1.2.6: California - Historiography

 

1.2.7: California - History - Societies, etc.

 

1.2.8: California Historical Society

 

1.2.9: Civil War

 

1.2.10: Coloma

 

1.2.11: Columbia

 

1.2.12: Concord

 

1.2.13: Conference of Calif. Historical Societies

 

1.2.14: Contra Costa County

 

BOX 3: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, D-G

 

1.3.1: Cities & Towns, D

 

a-Deadwood

 

b-Dorrington

 

c-Downieville

 

d-Dry Bones Bar

 

e-Dublin

 

f-Dutch Flat

 

1.3.2: Individuals, D

 

a-Davidson, George

 

b-Diamond, Goddard E.

 

c-Douglas, David F.

 

d-Durham, Haley

 

1.3.3: Misc. Subjects, D

 

1.3.4: Danville

 

1.3.5: Donner Party

 

1.3.6: Dyer, Ephraim

 

1.3.7: Individuals, E

 

a-Eddy, Harry

 

b-Egan, Martin

 

c-Ellis, Henry H.

 

d-Ellis, William T.

 

e-Evans, Christopher

 

1.3.8: Misc. Subjects [incl. Cities & Towns]

 

a-Emeryville

 

b-Eureka

 

c-Other

 

1.3.9: E Clampus Vitus

 

1.3.10: Earp, Wyatt

 

1.3.11: East Bay Regional Parks

 

1.3.12: El Camino Viejo

 

1.3.13: El Dorado County

 

1.3.14: Elkhorn

 

1.3.15: Cities & Towns, F

 

a-Fiddletown

 

b-Folsom

 

c-Forbestown

 

d-Forest Hill

 

e-Fouts Springs

 

f-Freeport

 

g-French Corral

 

1.3.16: Individuals, F

 

a-Farragut, Adm. David

 

b-Fellows, George

 

c-Finch, Fred

 

d-Foote, Arthur D.

 

e-Forster, Arthur G.

 

f-Fox, Maggie Caldwell

 

g-Freeman, Joshua

 

h-Freeman, Leslie J.

 

I-French, Darwin

 

1.3.17: Misc. Subjects, F

 

1.3.18: Fort Ross

 

1.3.19: Fremont [city]

 

1.3.20: Fruit Industry

 

1.3.21: Cities & Towns, G

 

a-Garden Valley

 

b-Georgia Slide

 

c-Gerber

 

d-Gold Hill

 

e-Gold Mtn.

 

f-Gold Run

 

g-Goodyear's Bar

 

h-Grass Valley

 

I-Greeley Hill

 

j-Greenwater

 

k-Greenwood

 

1.3.22: Individuals, G

 

a-Gainsbry, Aaron

 

b-Garrard, James

 

c-Giddings, Emma

 

d-Gordon, Abbie

 

e-Green, Will Semple

 

1.3.23: Misc. Subjects, G

 

1.3.24: German Pioneers

 

1.3.25: Glenn County

 

1.3.26: Grass Valley

 

1.3.27: Grizzly Bears

 

BOX 4: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, H-L

 

1.4.1: Cities & Towns, H

 

a-Hamilton

 

b-Harrison Gulch

 

c-Healdsburg

 

d-Hillsborough

 

e-Hollister

 

1.4.2: Individuals, H

 

a-Haight, Henry S.

 

b-Harte, Bret

 

c-Hatfield, Charles M.

 

d-Hays, John

 

e-Hearst Family

 

f-Heydenfeldt, Elcan

 

g-Hill, "Auntie"

 

h-Hodgkin, Ella R.

 

I-Hotaling, Anson P.

 

j-Hutchings, James

 

1.4.3: Misc. Subjects, H

 

1.4.4: Humboldt County

 

1.4.5: Hume, George W.

 

1.4.6: Misc. Subjects, I [incl. Cities & Towns; Individuals]

 

a-Ione

 

b-Iowa Hill

 

c-Irving, Washington

 

d-Indians

 

1.4.7: Misc. Subjects, J [incl. Cities & Towns; Individuals]

 

a-Johnsville

 

b-James, George Wharton

 

c-Jenkins, O.P.

 

d-Jepson, Willis L.

 

e-Johnson, Augusta

 

f-Johnson, Edwin H.

 

g-Johnson, Henderson L.

 

h-Johnston, Albert Sidney

 

I-Jose, Richard Juan

 

1.4.8: Misc. Subjects, K [incl. Cities & Towns; Individuals]

 

a-Knowles

 

b-Keith, William

 

c-Kelsey, Earle

 

d-Kempf, John

 

e-Keyes, Jim

 

1.4.9: Cities & Towns, L

 

a-Latrobe

 

b-Lewiston

 

c-Livermore

 

d-Locke

 

e-Los Angeles

 

f-Los Baños

 

g-Lundy

 

h-Lyonsville

 

1.4.10: Individuals, L

 

a-Lasswell, Burt J.

 

b-Latta, John E.

 

c-Lick, James

 

d-Lind, Jenny

 

e-Lindblom, Olaf

 

f-Lockley, E.B.

 

g-Loring Family

 

h-Louderback, Caroline K.

 

I-Lowell, William H.

 

j-Lubeck, Amy

 

k-Lubeck, Charles M.

 

1.4.11: Misc. Subjects, L

 

a-Lake County

 

b-Lake Havasu

 

c-Lake Lahontan

 

d-Lake Tahoe

 

e-Lassen County

 

f-Lassen Park

 

g-Lida Valley

 

h-Lumber

 

BOX 5: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, M-N

 

1.5.1: Cities & Towns, M

 

a-Marysville

 

b-Michigan Bluff

 

c-Mission San Jose

 

d-Modesto

 

e-Mokelumne Hill

 

f-Monitor

 

g-Monoville

 

h-Mount Bullion

 

I-Mount Ophir

 

j-Murphys

 

1.5.2: Individuals, M

 

a-Mahony, Thomas

 

b-Mandel, Frank

 

c-Markham, Edwin

 

d-Marsh, John

 

e-Marquis, Thomas B.

 

f-Mathews, Walter

 

g-Mayhew, Joseph Addison

 

h-McCarthy, Francis F.

 

I-McCarver, M. M.

 

j-McCaughey, Howard

 

k-McCracken, Josephine Clifford

 

l-McDowell, James

 

m-McLaughlin, William

 

n-McMath, Cyrus

 

o-Miller, Charles

 

p-Miller, George A.

 

q-Miller, James Harrison

 

r-Miller, Margaret Ross

 

s-Moore, Lorenzo

 

t-Moraga, Jose

 

u-Mott, Frank K.

 

v-Moulton, Ben

 

w-Mulgarit, Louis Christian

 

x-Murrieta, Joaquin

 

1.5.3: Misc. Subjects, M

 

1.5.4: Marin County

 

1.5.5: Mariposa County

 

1.5.6: Mendocino County

 

1.5.7: Modoc Indians

 

1.5.8: Monterey Bay Area

 

1.5.9: Muir, John

 

1.5.10: Cities & Towns, N

 

a-Negro Hill

 

b-Nevada City

 

c-Niles

 

d-North Bloomfield

 

e-North San Juan

 

1.5.11: Misc. Subjects, N

 

1.5.12: Napa County

 

1.5.13: Neilson, Francis E.

 

1.5.14: Nevada---Misc. Subjects

 

a-Aurora

 

b-Austin

 

c-Belmont

 

d-Bowers, Sandy

 

e-Buckland Station

 

f-Collins, Emma Nevada

 

g-DeLamar

 

h-Gold Discovery by Thomas Orr Jr.

 

i-Mines

 

j-Pioche

 

k-Pony Express

 

l-Pyramid Lake

 

m-Rawhide

 

n-Tonopah

 

o-Valley of Fire

 

p-Virginia City - St. Mary's Church

 

q-Virginia City - Presbyterian Church

 

1.5.15: Nevada County

 

1.5.16: New Almaden

 

BOX 6: OAKLAND---GENERAL; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS

 

1.6.1: Oakland---Generalities

 

1.6.2: Oakland---Individuals

 

a-Adams, Edson

 

b-Atchinson, Charles O.

 

c-Borland, Sarah C.

 

d-Bovee, William Henry

 

e-Breen, Lorena Pombert

 

f-Cantin, Maude H.

 

g-Carpentier, Horace

 

h-Carroll, Thomas

 

i-Carruth, William W.

 

j-Chapman, "Prof."

 

k-Clark, J. Emmett

 

l-Coolbrith, Ina

 

m-Cummings, George A.

 

n-DeFremery, James

 

o-Donohoe, Nellie G.

 

p-Dwinelle, John W.

 

q-Elliott, Maxine

 

r-Ferris, Benjamin F.

 

s-Finch, Fred

 

t-Fitter, Henry

 

u-Forster, Fred

 

v-Galloway, James

 

w-Gray Family

 

x-Greco, Joe

 

y-Griffiths, David D.

 

z-Hassler, John F.

 

aa-Hatton, George

 

bb-Henry, Addis Morgan

 

cc-Henshaw, Harry F.

 

dd-Hitchcock, Frank

 

ee-Holland, Arthur P.

 

ff-Houghton, Frederick T.

 

gg-Johnston, Walter J.

 

hh-King Family

 

ii-Knowland, Joseph R.

 

jj-Kutz, George F.

 

kk-Lim (Chinese)

 

ll-Loomer, Anna C.

 

mm-Loring, Charles M.

 

nn-McCullagh, Mrs. E.J.

 

oo-McDonald, Mr.

 

pp-Miller, Joaquin

 

qq-Nusbaumer, William

 

rr-Ozio, Antonio M.

 

ss-Peralta Family

 

tt-Pestoni, Peter J.

 

uu-Riesner, Chuck

 

vv-Robertson, Robert

 

ww-Smart, Daniel

 

xx-Smith, F.M.

 

yy-Stevens, Landers

 

zz-Tollefsen, Christopher

 

aaa-Trutner, Herman

 

bbb-Tuttle, Ben

 

ccc-Zinnamon, Abram

 

1.6.3: Frank M. Cary Oakland Reminiscences

 

1.6.4: J. Walter Held [Standard Oil executive] Oakland Reminiscences

 

1.6.5: Walter J. Johnston [Southern Pacific employee] Oakland Reminiscences

 

1.6.6: Arthur R. McPhail [postal worker] Oakland Reminiscences

 

1.6.7: Albert E. Norman [insurance salesman] Oakland Reminiscences

 

BOX 7: OAKLAND---MISC. SUBJECTS, A-L

 

1.7.1: Oakland---Businesses & Industry

 

a-Calif. Cotton Mill

 

b-Color Art Press

 

c-Foglia Bros. Auto Machine Works

 

d-Fitzmaurice, J.H. Inc. General Contractors

 

e-Grand Central Hotel

 

f-Holmes Book Store

 

g-Key Route Inn

 

h-Knotty Pine Lunch

 

I-Phillips & Leisz Grocers

 

j-Schellhaus, H. Furniture

 

k-Scoville Iron Works

 

l-Souza Bros. Grocers

 

m-Stone, W.F. & Son Boat Builders

 

n-Washington Brewery

 

o-Western Electric

 

p-Zenith

 

1.7.2: Oakland---City Govt.; Fire; Police; Post Office

 

1.7.3: Oakland---Cemeteries

 

1.7.4: Oakland---Churches

 

a-Beulah Park

 

b-First Congregational

 

c-First Unitarian

 

d-High Street Presbyterian

 

e-Saint Elizabeth's

 

f-St. Jarlath

 

1.7.5: Oakland---Clubs, Societies, etc.

 

a-Acme Athletic

 

b-American Assn. of University Women

 

c-Amphion

 

d-Athenian-Nile

 

e-Athens Athletic

 

f-Brooklyn Athletic

 

g-Elks

 

h-Hundred Year

 

I-Ladies Home Society

 

j-Metropolitan Yacht

 

k-Oakland Canoe

 

l-Orpheus

 

m-Soroptimist

 

1.7.6: Oakland---Clubs: Junior League

 

1.7.7: Oakland---College of California

 

1.7.8: Oakland---College of Holy Names

 

1.7.9: Oakland---Culture

 

1.7.10: Oakland---Fred Finch Children's Home

 

1.7.11: Oakland---Historic Buildings & Sites

 

a-Altenheim, The

 

b-Cameron-Stanford House

 

c-City Hall Plaza

 

d-Dunsmuir House

 

e-Elmhurst Post Office

 

f-14th Street Car Barns

 

g-Grove Street Hotel

 

h-Hotel Oakland

 

I-Klinknerville Hotel

 

j-May House

 

k-Moss House

 

l-Peralta House

 

m-Turner House

 

n-Wilcox Building

 

1.7.12: Oakland---Hospitals

 

a-East Bay Children's

 

b-Peralta

 

1.7.13: Oakland---London, Jack

 

1.7.14: Oakland---Jack London Research Center, Oakland Public Library

 

1.7.15: Oakland---Public Library

 

BOX 8: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, OAKLAND, M-Z

 

1.8.1: Oakland---Mills College

 

1.8.2: Oakland---Museums

 

1.8.3: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Brooklyn

 

1.8.4: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Dimond

 

1.8.5: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Fruitvale

 

1.8.6: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Leona Heights

 

1.8.7: Oakland---Neighborhoods, Temescal

 

1.8.8: Oakland---Parks

 

1.8.9: Oakland---Schools

 

a-Academy of Our Lady of Lourdes

 

b-Allendale

 

c-Brooklyn

 

d-Carpentier

 

e-Durant

 

f-Fremont

 

g-Garfield

 

h-Intermediate #1

 

I-Manzanita

 

j-Oakland H.S.

 

k-Redwood

 

l-St. Joseph's Institute

 

m-Swett (John)

 

n-Tompkins

 

o-Washington

 

1.8.10: Oakland---Streetcars & railways

 

1.8.11: Oakland---Theatres

 

1.8.12: Oakland---Theatres, "Ye Liberty"

 

1.8.13: Oakland---Tribune & other newspapers

 

BOX 9: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, 0-R & T-Z

 

1.9.1: Misc. Subjects, O [incl. Cities & Towns; Individuals]

 

a-Occidental

 

b-Orinda

 

c-Ormsby, William M.

 

d-Owen, Isaac

 

1.9.2: Cities & Towns, P

 

a-Petaluma

 

b-Pine Log

 

c-Placerville

 

d-Pleasanton

 

1.9.3: Individuals, P

 

a-Pacheco Family

 

b-Paul, Rodman

 

c-Perkins, Gov. George

 

d-Pfefferle, John

 

e-Pope Pius IX

 

f-Potrell, Mary

 

g-Putnam, George P.

 

1.9.4: Misc. Subjects, P

 

1.9.5: Piedmont

 

1.9.6: Placer County

 

1.9.7: Pony Express

 

1.9.8: Cities & Towns, R

 

a-Rackerby

 

b-Ramona

 

c-Rattlesnake Bar

 

d-Redding

 

e-Redwood City

 

f-Richmond

 

g-Riverside

 

h-Riverton

 

I-Roach's Camp

 

j-Rough & Ready

 

1.9.9: Individuals, R

 

a-Rand, William H.

 

b-Raspberry, Benager

 

c-Reddy, Pat

 

d-Reed, George W.

 

e-Reeves, Elijah

 

f-Reynolds, William P.

 

g-Roberts de la Fontaine, Oliver

 

h-Root, R.

 

I-Roosevelt, Theodore

 

j-Runnels, Ran

 

1.9.10: Misc. Subjects, R

 

1.9.11: Railroads

 

1.9.12: Red Bluff

 

1.9.13: Redwoods

 

1.9.14: Misc. Cities & Towns, T-Z

 

a-Tahoe City

 

b-Tejon

 

c-Timbuctoo

 

d-Truckee

 

e-Tuolomne City

 

f-Tuttletown

 

g-Union City

 

h-Vacaville

 

i-Vallejo

 

j-Volcano

 

k-Weaverville

 

l-Whiskey Hill

 

m-Witter Spring

 

n-Yankee Jims'

 

1.9.15: Individuals, T-V

 

a-Taylor, Baby Doe

 

b-Taylor William

 

c-Thompson, John "Snowshoe"

 

d-Thorrington, William B.

 

e-Tompkins, Edward

 

f-Tucker, J.C.

 

g-Tupper, Mr.

 

h-Tuttle, Charles R.

 

I-Tuttle, Maria

 

m-Twain, Mark

 

n-Vallejo, Mariano Guadalupe

 

o-Van Loben Sels, P.J.

 

1.9.16: Individuals, W-Z

 

a-Wagner, Ernest

 

b-Walker, William

 

c-Warburton, Austen D.

 

d-Warner, Peter

 

e-Whiteker, Herman

 

f-Williamson, Nancy Graves

 

g-Wimmer, Peter

 

h-Winkley, John W.

 

i-Winnemucca, Chief

 

j-Wixom, William W.

 

k-Wright, Ben

 

l-Zumwalt, D.K.

 

1.9.17: Tehama County

 

1.9.18: Trinity County

 

1.9.19: Tuolumne County

 

1.9.20: Universities & Colleges

 

1.9.21: Yosemite

 

1.9.22: Yuba County

 

BOX 10: CITIES & TOWNS; INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS, S

 

1.10.1: Cities & Towns, S

 

a-Saint Helena

 

b-San Jose

 

c-San Lorenzo

 

d-San Pablo

 

e-Santa Barbara

 

f-Santa Maria

 

g-Santa Rosa

 

h-Sheridan

 

I-Sierra City

 

j-Silver Mtn.

 

k-Smartville

 

l-South Butte

 

m-Soda Springs

 

n-Solvang

 

o-Summerville

 

1.10.2: Individuals, S

 

a-Searles, John

 

b-Sedlmeier, George A.

 

c-Semich, Mark

 

d-Semple, Robert

 

e-Shane, Charles N.

 

f-Shannon, Mary Fee

 

g-Sharkey Family

 

h-Sherman, Edwin Allen

 

I-Sherman, William Tecumseh

 

j-Shepherd, Jasper Milton

 

k-Sibley, Hiram

 

l-Silliman, James

 

m-Slater, William W.

 

n-Smart, David

 

o-Smith, Donald C.

 

p-Smith, Jedediah

 

q-Smith, Mix

 

r-Smith, William

 

s-Spearman, Arthur D.

 

t-Spiker, Isaac

 

u-Stanford, Leland

 

v-Star, Belle

 

w-Steele Family

 

x-Steere Family

 

y-Stein, Gertrude

 

z-Stevenson, Adlai

 

aa-Stevenson, Robert Louis

 

bb-Stone, John N.

 

cc-Sully, Langdon

 

dd-Sward, John W.

 

1.10.3: Misc. Subjects, S

 

1.10.4: Sacramento

 

1.10.5: San Leandro

 

1.10.6: San Mateo County

 

1.10.7: Santa Clara County

 

1.10.8: Shasta County

 

1.10.9: Ships & Steamers

 

1.10.10: Sonoma County

 

1.10.11: Stockton

 

BOX 11: SAN FRANCISCO---INDIVIDUALS; MISC. SUBJECTS

 

1.11.1: San Francisco---Generalities & Misc. Subjects

 

1.11.2: San Francisco---Earthquake (1906)

 

1.11.3: San Francisco---Ferries

 

1.11.4: San Francisco---Historic Buildings

 

a-Kong Chow Temple

 

b-Livermore Building

 

c-Octagon House

 

d-Old Mint

 

e-Palace of Fine Arts

 

f-Toland's Medical School

 

1.11.5: San Francisco---Individuals

 

a-Hallidie, Andrew S.

 

b-Jacobsen, Peter

 

c-Manning, Agnes M.

 

d-Pearson, James Wilkins

 

1.11.6: San Francisco---South Park Kindergarten (1888)

 

1.11.7: San Francisco---Standard Oil [by J. Walter Held]

 

1.11.8: San Francisco---Streetcars

 

BOX 12: WRITINGS of ROCKWELL HUNT; HENRY MAULDIN & ALEX J. ROSBOROUGH

 

1.12.1: Rockwell D. Hunt Biographical Materials

 

1.12.2: Rockwell D. Hunt. "This Was California" (Jan-Mar) [timeline of important daily events)

 

1.12.3: Rockwell D. Hunt. "This Was California" (Apr-Jun)

 

1.12.4: Rockwell D. Hunt. "This Was California" (Jul-Sep)

 

1.12.5: Rockwell D. Hunt. "This Was California" (Oct-Dec)

 

1.12.6: Rockwell D. Hunt. Biographies of Noted Californians

 

a-Baker, Edward D.

 

b-Bancroft, Hubert Howe

 

c-Barrows, Henry D.

 

d-Behmyer, Lyndon E.

 

e-Benton, Joseph A.

 

f-Bidwell, Annie K. [2]

 

g-Bidwell, John [2]

 

h-Bolton, Herbert Eugene

 

I-Bovard, George Finley

 

j-Bridger, Jim

 

k-Broderick, David

 

l-Buck, Franklin A.

 

m-Carson, Kit

 

n-Cole, Cornelius

 

o-Cooper, Sarah Brown

 

p-Eastwood, Alice

 

q-Engelhardt, Zephyrus

 

r-Fitch, George Hamlin

 

s-Fitzgerald, Oscar Penn

 

t-Fitzpatrick, Thomas

 

u-Galvez, Jose de

 

v-Goethe, Charles M.

 

w-Gwin, William McKendree

 

x-Hearst, Phoebe A.

 

y-Hodge, Frederick W.

 

z-Housh, William A.

 

aa-Hunt, Nancy Cotton

 

bb-James, George Wharton

 

cc-Kearney, Denis

 

dd-Keith, William

 

ee-Lange, Alexis F.

 

ff-Lassen, Peter

 

gg-Leidesdorff, William

 

hh-Lummis, Charles F.

 

ii-McClatchy, James

 

jj-McGroarty, John Steven

 

kk-McLaughlin, Daniel

 

ll-Manley, William Lewis

 

mm-Mighels, Ella Sterling

 

nn-Miller, Frank Augustus

 

oo-Milliken, Robert A.

 

pp-Montgomery, John B.

 

qq-Nevada, Emma

 

rr-Newmark, Harris

 

ss-Ng Poon Chew

 

tt-Olson, Culbert L.

 

uu-Otis, Eliza L.

 

vv-Paxson, Frederick

 

ww-Phelan, James D.

 

xx-Pico, Pio

 

yy-Pottenger, Francis M.

 

zz-Rodman, Ann Page

 

aaa-Rowell, Chester A.

 

bbb-Royce, Sarah Bayliss

 

ccc-Sanchez, Nellie Van Der Griff

 

ddd-Severance, Caroline Seymour

 

eee-Sherman, Edwin A.

 

fff-Shields, Peter J.

 

ggg-Shirley, Dame [Louise S. Clapp]

 

hhh-Shoup, Paul

 

iii-Shuck, Oscar T.

 

jjj-Speegle, Emanuel A.

 

kkk-Stagg, Amos Alonzo

 

lll-Stanford, Jane Lathrop

 

mmm-Stearns, Don Abel

 

nnn-Sutro, Adolph

 

ooo-Sutter, John Augustus

 

ppp-Taylor, William

 

qqq-Vallejo, Mariano G.

 

rrr-Wagner, Henry R.

 

sss-Warren, Earl

 

ttt-Weinstock, Harris

 

uuu-Wheeler, Osgood C.

 

vvv-Willey, Samuel Hopkins

 

www-Winn, Albert M.

 

1.12.7: Henry Mauldin Lake County Historical Articles

 

1.12.8: Alexander J. Rosborough Biographical Materials

 

1.12.9: Alexander J. Rosborough Siskiyou County Historical Articles

 

1.12.10: Alexander J. Rosborough Yreka Historical Articles

 

SERIES 2: VERBARG PERSONAL PAPERS; "KNAVE" CORRESPONDENCE

 

BOX 1: VERBARG BIOGRAPHICAL & PERSONAL PAPERS

 

2.1.1: Leonard Verbarg Biographical Materials

 

2.1.2: Leonard Verbarg Personal Correspondence & Other Personal Papers

 

2.1.3: Papers related to Leonard Verbarg's employment

 

2.1.4: Correspondence re Verbarg's History of Oakland Rotary Club

 

2.1.5: Leonard Verbarg working notes

 

2.1.6: Gertrude Verbarg Personal Injury Papers (1944-1946)

 

2.1.7: Materials on Historic Preservation

 

BOX 2: "KNAVE" CORRESPONDENCE, 1945-1964

 

2.2.1: "Knave" Correspondence, 1945-1950

 

2.2.2: "Knave" Correspondence, 1951-1952

 

2.2.3: "Knave" Correspondence, 1953

 

2.2.4: "Knave" Correspondence, 1954

 

2.2.5: "Knave" Correspondence, 1955

 

2.2.6: "Knave" Correspondence, 1956

 

2.2.7: "Knave" Correspondence, 1957

 

2.2.8: "Knave" Correspondence, 1958

 

2.2.9: "Knave" Correspondence, 1959

 

2.2.10: "Knave" Correspondence, 1960

 

2.2.11: "Knave" Correspondence, 1961

 

2.2.12: "Knave" Correspondence, 1962

 

2.2.13: "Knave" Correspondence, 1963

 

2.2.14: "Knave" Correspondence, 1964

 

BOX 3: "KNAVE" CORRESPONDENCE, 1965-1975

 

2.3.1: "Knave" Correspondence, 1965

 

2.3.2: "Knave" Correspondence, 1966

 

2.3.3: "Knave" Correspondence, 1967

 

2.3.4: "Knave" Correspondence, 1968

 

2.3.5: "Knave" Correspondence, 1969

 

2.3.6: "Knave" Correspondence, 1970

 

2.3.7: "Knave" Correspondence, 1971

 

2.3.8: "Knave" Correspondence, 1972

 

2.3.9: "Knave" Correspondence, 1973

 

2.3.10: "Knave" Correspondence, 1974

 

2.3.11: "Knave" Correspondence, 1975

 

2.3.12: "Knave" Correspondence, undated

 

BOX 4: VOLUMINOUS CORRESPONDENCE W/ HISTORIANS etc.

 

2.4.1: John A. Davies re Calif. Mission Paintings, 1964-1965

 

2.4.2: H.P. Davis re Nevada County History, 1954-1956

 

2.4.3: Rockwell D. Hunt, 1957-1963

 

2.4.4: Ralph Lorimer, Pres. Calif. State Society, 1960-1961

 

2.4.5: Charles M. Loring re steamboats, 1957-1969

 

2.4.6: Howard C. McCaughey re steamboats, 1956-1957

 

2.4.7: Henry Mauldin re Lake County History, 1959

 

2.4.8: Alex J. Rosborough re Siskiyou County History, 1954-1960

 

SERIES 3: MEMORABILIA

 

BOX 1: BAY AREA THEATRE PROGRAMS

 

3.1.1: Oakland---Misc. Theatre Programs

 

a-Dufwin

 

b-Grand-Lake

 

c-Hillside Club

 

d-Lurie

 

e-Mac Arthur

 

f-Oakland Auditorium

 

g-Oakland Technical H.S.

 

h-St. Mary's College

 

i-The Tent Show

 

j-Ye Liberty Playhouse

 

3.1.2: Oakland---Fulton Theatre programs

 

3.1.3: Oakland---MacDonough Theatre programs

 

3.1.4: Oakland---Orpheum Theatre programs

 

3.1.5: San Francisco---Misc. Theatre programs

 

a-Alcazar

 

b-California

 

c-Columbia

 

d-Exposition Auditorium

 

e-Geary

 

f-The Majestic

 

g-Native Sons Hall

 

h-Orpheum

 

i-Pantages

 

j-Van Ness

 

k-War Memorial Opera House

 

BOX 2: "KNAVE" TEAR SHEETS, 1954-1964

 

BOX 3: "KNAVE" TEAR SHEETS, 1964-1969

 

SERIES 4: PHOTOGRAPHS & OTHER VISUAL MATERIALS [subject arr. by Verbarg]

 

BOX 1: A - BOHEMIAN GROVE

 

4.1.1: Admission Day - First

 

4.1.2: Adobes (see also Benicia, Martinez, & oversize)

 

4.1.3: Air Force

 

4.1.4: Alameda - Geo. T. Morris Groceries

 

4.1.5: Alameda - Neptune Beach

 

4.1.6: Alameda - Lincoln Park

 

4.1.7: Alameda - Map (birseye view of Oakland, harbor, and Alameda

 

4.1.8: Alameda - Oil (petroleum plant, ca. 1880)

 

4.1.9: Alameda - Railroad (Locomotive Shed)

 

4.1.10: Alameda - Ships

 

4.1.11: Alameda County - Courthouse - (see also Bieler)

 

4.1.12: Alameda County Historical Society

 

4.1.13: Alcatraz Island

 

4.1.14: Allegheny

 

4.1.15: Almaden (see also oversize)

 

4.1.16: Alvarado (see also oversize)

 

4.1.17: Alviso

 

4.1.18: Amador City

 

4.1.19: Anaheim

 

4.1.20: Angel Island

 

4.1.21: Angels Camp

 

4.1.22: Anna Head School [Berkeley]

 

4.1.23: Arizona

 

4.1.24: Art

 

4.1.25: Art - Sculpture- (see also Oakland - Business Enterprises - Washington Street Market)

 

4.1.26: Automobiles

 

4.1.27: Aviation (see also oversize)

 

4.1.28: Bakersfield

 

4.1.29: Bands/Orchestras (see also oversize)

 

4.1.30: Banks

 

4.1.31: Baseball (see also Oakland - Klinkerville) - Giants

 

4.1.32: Basketball

 

4.1.33: Bay Farm Island

 

4.1.34: "The Bear" [U.S. Coast Guard Ship]

 

4.1.35: Belmont

 

4.1.36: Benicia (see also Adobes oversize)

 

4.1.37: Berkeley (see also oversize & Fires)

 

4.1.38: Berryman Station, 1890 - George Megraw

 

4.1.39: Bidwell Bar

 

4.1.40: Bieler, Ida (Burpee) (contains misc Oakland images)

 

4.1.41: Bigelow's/Bear Creek

 

4.1.42: Bodega

 

4.1.43: Bodega Bay

 

4.1.44: Bohemian Grove (Sonoma County)

 

BOX 2: BOLINAS - JEWEL LAKE

 

4.2.1: Bolinas

 

4.2.2: Boulder Creek

 

4.2.3: Boxers and Boxing

 

4.2.4: Breweries - Falstaff - St. Louis

 

4.2.5: Bridges

 

4.2.6: Bruno, Pete. Barn. Brazil Building Gardens

 

4.2.7: Bunnell's

 

4.2.8: California - History - Art - The Gold Spike Album ( 6 items)

 

4.2.9: California - Book with map, 1669

 

4.2.10: Californios, Tipos - lithograph

 

4.2.11: Campo Seco

 

4.2.12: Camanche

 

4.2.13: Cambria

 

4.2.14: Carmel (see also Portraits - Sterling, George)

 

4.2.15: Carson Hill Mine

 

4.2.16: Circus

 

4.2.17: Civil War - Letter Lewis Durnbaugh to Katey Bartruff

 

4.2.18: Clark, Galen

 

4.2.19: Coloma (see also Brewer)

 

4.2.20: Colorado River - Exploration - Centennial

 

4.2.21: Columbia - Fandango House

 

4.2.22: Concord (see also oversize)

 

4.2.23: Cosumnes River College Library

 

4.2.24: Contra Costa County (see also oversize) - Portraits

 

4.2.25: Coyote Inn, Santa Clara County

 

4.2.26: Death Valley

 

4.2.27: Del Norte County - Military Camps - Forts

 

4.2.28: "Delta Queen"

 

4.2.29: Donner Party

 

4.2.30: Drake, Francis

 

4.2.31: Dublin

 

4.2.32: E Clampus Vitus - Plaques

 

4.2.33: Earthquakes (see also San Francisco - Earthquake)

 

4.2.34: East Bay Children's Hospital

 

4.2.35: Emeryville - Race Track

 

4.2.36: Emeryville - Shellmound Park

 

4.2.37: Emperor Norton

 

4.2.38: Eureka - Carson Mansion

 

4.2.39: Fair Oaks - Orange Grove

 

4.2.40: Felton

 

4.2.41: Ferry Steamers - San Francisco Bay

 

4.2.42: Fire [Berkeley, 1923?] (see also oversize)

 

4.2.43: Football

 

4.2.44: Fort Ross

 

4.2.45: Freeman Family Collection - Brazelle Family

 

4.2.46: Freeman Family Collection - Freeman Family

 

4.2.47: Freeman Family Collection - Freeman's Pharmacy, Oakland

 

4.2.48: Freeman Family Collection - Freeman's Pharmacy, San Leandro

 

4.2.49: Freeman Family Collection - Freeman's Stage - Red Bluff to Lyonsville

 

4.2.50: Freeman Family Collection - Luna Stable, Red Bluff

 

4.2.51: Freeman Family Collection - Lyonsville Mill - Tehama County

 

4.2.52: Freeman Family Collection - Red Bluff

 

4.2.53: Freeman Family Collection - San Leandro - Residence

 

4.2.54: Freeman Family Collection - San Leandro Float, Oakland Parade

 

4.2.55: Freeman Family Collection - San Leandro - Streets

 

4.2.56: Freeman Family Collection - SS "Emile Berliner" Launching, 1943

 

4.2.57: Freeman Family Collection - Tehama County District Attorney

 

4.2.58: Freeman Family Collection - Tehama County - Theatre

 

4.2.59: Freeman Family Collection - Theatre Company - Jesse Shirley Players

 

4.2.60: Fullerton

 

4.2.61: Georgetown

 

4.2.62: Guns

 

4.2.63: Harte, Bret

 

4.2.64: Hayward (see also oversize)

 

4.2.65: Hetch-Hetchy Valley

 

4.2.66: Hotels - Montery - Del Monte

 

4.2.67: Hotels - Winegar's

 

4.2.68: Indians

 

4.2.69: Indian Shell Mounds - Coyote Hills Regional Park

 

4.2.70: Jewel Lake - area (see also Sullivan Ranch)

 

BOX 3: JOHN MUIR TRAIL - NORTH BLOOMFIELD

 

4.3.1: John Muir Trail

 

4.3.2: Kelsey

 

4.3.3: Knowland, Joseph R. - Photo Collection

 

4.3.4: Missions, Buildings, mostly unidentified

 

4.3.5: Ku Klux Klan

 

4.3.6: La Porte - Freight hauling - Drivers

 

4.3.7: Lake Temescal

 

4.3.8: Leona Heights (Oakland)

 

4.3.9: Livermore

 

4.3.10: London, Jack

 

4.3.11: Los Angeles

 

4.3.12: Los Gatos

 

4.3.13: Manteca

 

4.3.14: Marine

 

4.3.15: Masonic

 

4.3.16: McCloud River - Fowler's Hotel

 

4.3.17: Mexican Era

 

4.3.18: Melones (see also Carson Hill Mine)

 

4.3.19: Michigan [Bluff] City - Placer County

 

4.3.20: Mill Valley

 

4.3.21: Miller, Joaquin - Residence

 

4.3.22: Mills College

 

4.3.23: Mission San Jose

 

4.3.24: Mission Santa Ynez

 

4.3.25: Mission, unidentified (see also Knowland Collection)

 

4.3.26: Money - U. S. Treasury

 

4.3.27: Mother Lode

 

4.3.28: Mount Lassen

 

4.3.29: Mount Ophir

 

4.3.30: Mount Tamalpias - excursion train

 

4.3.31: Murphys

 

4.3.32: Nevada - Roff (see also Portraits - Houghton, Fred)

 

4.3.33: Newark

 

4.3.34: Niagara Falls

 

4.3.35: Niles

 

4.3.36: New Mexico

 

4.3.37: North Bloomfield [formerly Humbug] (Nevada County)

 

BOX 4: OAKLAND---A - OAKLAND---GARBAGE COLLECTION

 

4.4.1: Aerial Views (see also oversize)

 

4.4.2: Allendale District

 

4.4.3: Badger Park

 

4.4.4: Bands (see also Oakland, CA - Streets - Clay St.)

 

4.4.5: Baseball (see also oversize; Baseball; Streets - 13th St.; Klinknerville; Freeman Park [oversize])

 

4.4.6: Brooklyn District

 

4.4.7: Buildings - apartments

 

4.4.8: Bushnell Block

 

4.4.9: Business Enterprises - Ball, N.A., Grocers

 

4.4.10: Business Enterprises - Daniels (see also Oakland - Streets - Broadway)

 

4.4.11: Business Enterprises - Heagerty General Store

 

4.4.12: Business Enterprises - Oakland Planing Mill

 

4.4.13: Business Enterprises - Washington Market

 

4.4.14: Claremont District

 

4.4.15: Celebrations

 

4.4.16: Cemeteries (see also Oakland - Transportation)

 

4.4.17: Churches (see also Oakland -Streets - 14th St, Broadway, Clay St, Webster St.) - First Congregational

 

4.4.18: Churches (see also Oakland -Streets - 14th St, Broadway, Clay St, Webster St.) - Presbyterian

 

4.4.19: City Hall

 

4.4.20: College

 

4.4.21: Dimond District (see also Fruitvale) - Dimond Fire Company

 

4.4.22: Dimond District (see also Fruitvale) - Dimond Game Club, Hugh Dimond property

 

4.4.23: Dwellings - Alden, S. E.

 

4.4.24: Dwellings - Armes, George W.

 

4.4.25: Dwellings - Bailey, W.H.

 

4.4.26: Dwellings - Barker, T.L.

 

4.4.27: Dwellings - Benton, Mrs. (Ebell Club met there 1876)

 

4.4.28: Dwellings - Blasdel, H. G.

 

4.4.29: Dwellings - Browne, J. Ross

 

4.4.30: Dwellings - Cameron Stanford House (separate folder)

 

4.4.31: Dwellings - Davis, Robert

 

4.4.32: Dwellings - Floud, John W.

 

4.4.33: Dwellings - Gallagher, "Big Jim" (separate folder)

 

4.4.34: Dwellings - Hays, Col. John C.

 

4.4.35: Dwellings - Hellman, I. W.

 

4.4.36: Dwellings - King, Charles H. (separate folder, includes Family)

 

4.4.37: Dwellings - Latham (later Lukens)

 

4.4.38: Dwellings - Larue, Judge James

 

4.4.39: Dwellings - Mason, Wm. C.

 

4.4.40: Dwellings - Remillard

 

4.4.41: Dwellings - Russ, Mr.

 

4.4.42: Dwellings - Schilling, A. F.

 

4.4.43: Dwellings - Smith, F.M. "Borax", Estate (separate folder)

 

4.4.44: Dwellings - Williams, Mayor (1869)

 

4.4.45: Dwellings - Unidentified

 

4.4.46: Elks Club

 

4.4.47: Elmhurst

 

4.4.48: Estuary (see also Oakland-Port and Oakland-Harbor)

 

4.4.49: Excelsior Heights District

 

4.4.50: Fire Department

 

4.4.51: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Brendenmuhl, August (later Stotts)

 

4.4.52: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Cumming, Capt. G.

 

4.4.53: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Fredrickson, P.C.

 

4.4.54: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Henderson

 

4.4.55: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Heeseman

 

4.4.56: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Hinkley, Daniel B., Harry G.

 

4.4.57: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Sanford, Elizabeth

 

4.4.58: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Stilwell, Henry C.

 

4.4.59: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Stotts, A.P.

 

4.4.60: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Upper Fruitvale

 

4.4.61: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Welch, George D.

 

4.4.62: Fruitvale Area - Dwellings - Unidentified

 

4.4.63: Fruitvale Area - Fire Dept.

 

4.4.64: Fruitvale Area - Frederickson, P.C. Coal, Hay Grain and Feed Dealers

 

4.4.65: Fruitvale Area - Fruitvale Fire Company

 

4.4.66: Garbage Collection

 

BOX 5: OAKLAND---GENERAL VIEWS - OAKLAND---SHERIFF

 

4.5.1: General Views

 

4.5.2: Havenscourt District

 

4.5.3: Hospitals

 

4.5.4: Hotels - Oakland Hotel - Clark Suite - views

 

4.5.5: Hotels - Grove Street Hotel

 

4.5.6: Hotels - Tepper's

 

4.5.7: Howe Tract

 

4.5.8: Industry

 

4.5.9: Klinknerville (see also Baseball)

 

4.5.10: Labor and Laboring classes - (see also Oakland - Business Enterprises - Oakland Planing Mill)

 

4.5.11: Lake Merritt (see also Oakland - Streets - 12th, 15th, Grand St.; see also oversize)

 

4.5.12: Lakeside Park

 

4.5.13: Melrose District

 

4.5.14: Military Academy

 

4.5.15: Miscellaneous

 

4.5.16: Museum (see also oversize)

 

4.5.17: National Guard (see also Oakland - Streets - Clay Street)

 

4.5.18: Newspapers (see also oversize; Photographers - Press)

 

4.5.19: Ostrich Farm (Fruitvale)

 

4.5.20: Parades

 

4.5.21: Piedmont Baths (see also Oakland - Baseball - Freeman Park [oversize])

 

4.5.22: Police (see also oversize)

 

4.5.23: Port of Oakland (see also Oakland - Estuary & Oakland - Harbor)

 

4.5.24: Real Estate Board

 

4.5.25: Rockridge

 

4.5.26: Rotary Club (see also Oakland - Streets - 13th St.)

 

4.5.27: Schillings Park

 

4.5.28: Schools - Snell's Seminary for Girls

 

4.5.29: Schools - St. Albert's College

 

4.5.30: Schools - St. Mary's College

 

4.5.31: Service Stations

 

4.5.32: Sheriff

 

BOX 6: OAKLAND---STREETS - OAKLAND---TRANSPORTATION

 

4.6.1: Streets - 4th Ave,

 

4.6.2: Streets - 7th St.

 

4.6.3: Streets - 8th St.

 

4.6.4: Streets - 9th St.

 

4.6.5: Streets - 11th St.

 

4.6.6: Streets - 12th St.

 

4.6.7: Streets - 13th St.

 

4.6.8: Streets - 14th St. (see also oversize)

 

4.6.9: Streets - 15th St.

 

4.6.10: Streets - Alice St.

 

4.6.11: Streets - Broadway

 

4.6.12: Streets - Castro St.

 

4.6.13: Streets - Clay St.

 

4.6.14: Streets - Filbert St.

 

4.6.15: Streets - Franklin St.

 

4.6.16: Streets - Grand Ave.

 

4.6.17: Streets - Grove St.

 

4.6.18: Streets - Harrison St.

 

4.6.19: Streets - Jackson St.

 

4.6.20: Streets - Madison St.

 

4.6.21: Streets - Market St.

 

4.6.22: Streets - Park St.

 

4.6.23: Streets - San Pablo Blvd. (see also oversize)

 

4.6.24: Streets - Telegraph

 

4.6.25: Streets - Tunnel Road

 

4.6.26: Streets - Washington St.

 

4.6.27: Streets - Webster St.

 

4.6.28: Telephone Company

 

4.6.29: Temescal

 

4.6.30: Theaters (see also Theaters; Oakland - Streets - Grand Ave.)

 

4.6.31: Tilden Park [Berkeley] - Eucalyptus

 

4.6.32: Transportation - Horse Cars (see also oversize)

 

4.6.33: Transportation - Key System

 

4.6.34: Transportation - Vernon Heights

 

4.6.35: Transportation - Views, Not Identified (see also oversize)

 

4.6.36: Transportation - Wharf (see also Oakland-Port; Oakland - Estuary; Hogan Lumber Co.

 

BOX 7: OVERLAND MAIL - SALOON

 

4.7.1: Overland Mail

 

4.7.2: Pacheco

 

4.7.3: Pacific Gas and Electric

 

4.7.4: Pacific Telephone Co.

 

4.7.5: Palo Alto

 

4.7.6: Pardee Residence (see also Oakland - Dwellings)

 

4.7.7: Pardee Reservoir

 

4.7.8: Piedmont - Piedmont Avenue

 

4.7.9: Piedmont - Residences - Cheney

 

4.7.10: Piedmont - Wildwood Gardens

 

4.7.11: Placer County

 

4.7.12: Plattville (Plumas County)

 

4.7.13: Pleasanton

 

4.7.14: Pleasant Valley Road

 

4.7.15: Poker Flat

 

4.7.16: Police (see also Oakland - Police; oversize)

 

4.7.17: Portraits - Misc. Alameda County, A-J

 

4.7.18: Portraits - Misc. Alameda County, K-W

 

4.7.19: Portraits - Misc. Anderson, Bronco Billy

 

4.7.20: Portraits - Misc. Brewer, C. E. - Coloma

 

4.7.21: Portraits - Misc. Clar

 

4.7.22: Portraits - Misc. Coolbrith, Ina

 

4.7.23: Portraits - Misc. Death Valley Scotty

 

4.7.24: Portraits - Misc. Eaton Family (see also Woodland)

 

4.7.25: Portraits - Misc. Haven, Lila Rand

 

4.7.26: Portraits - Misc. Hearst, Phoebe

 

4.7.27: Portraits - Misc. Houghton, Frederick (see also Nevada - Roff)

 

4.7.28: Portraits - Misc. James, Helen (East Bay Water Company's "Bubbles")

 

4.7.29: Portraits - Misc. King, David Andrew

 

4.7.30: Portraits - Misc. Pickford, Mary (with others)

 

4.7.31: Portraits - Misc. Sterling, George (at Carmel)

 

4.7.32: Portraits - Misc. Tenney, Rev. William Alfred (Fruitvale Congregational Church)

 

4.7.33: Portraits - Misc. Unidentified [possible Verbarg Family]

 

4.7.34: Portraits - Misc. Unidentified

 

4.7.35: Portraits - Misc. Welch, George, family (see also Oakland, Fruitvale area)

 

4.7.36: Post Cards, Misc

 

4.7.37: Putah Creek

 

4.7.38: Radio Station

 

4.7.39: Railroads - Golden Spike Centennial

 

4.7.40: Railroads - Oakland & Antioch

 

4.7.41: Railroads - Southern Pacific (see also Oakland - Streets - Broadway; Oakland - Transportation)

 

4.7.42: Redwoods

 

4.7.43: Roland Ranch - Inspiration Point - Baden Ranch

 

4.7.44: Rugby

 

4.7.45: Sacramento (see also oversize; Sutter's Fort)

 

4.7.46: Saloon, Hanifin's

 

BOX 8: SAN FRANCISCO, A-SOUTH PARK

 

4.8.1: San Francisco - Banks

 

4.8.2: San Francisco - Barbary Coast

 

4.8.3: San Francisco - Buildings - American Trust Co.

 

4.8.4: San Francisco - Chinatown

 

4.8.5: San Francisco - Cliff House

 

4.8.6: San Francisco - Earthquake

 

4.8.7: San Francisco - Fort Point

 

4.8.8: San Francisco - Fort Point Museum

 

4.8.9: San Francisco - Foundry - Whyte & De Rome

 

4.8.10: San Francisco - Golden Gate

 

4.8.11: San Francisco - Harbor

 

4.8.12: San Francisco - Hotels

 

4.8.13: San Francisco - Moss Beach Station

 

4.8.14: San Francisco - Newspapers (see also oversize)

 

4.8.15: San Francisco - Parades

 

4.8.16: San Francisco - Portsmouth Square

 

4.8.17: San Francisco - Rincon Hill

 

4.8.18: San Francisco - South Park

 

BOX 9: SAN FRANCISCO, STREETS - YOUNTVILLE

 

4.9.1: San Francisco - Streets - Clay St.

 

4.9.2: San Francisco - Streets - Market St.

 

4.9.3: San Francisco - Streets - Montgomery St.

 

4.9.4: San Francisco - Theaters

 

4.9.5: San Francisco - Transportation

 

4.9.6: San Jose

 

4.9.7: San Leandro - Business Enterprises

 

4.9.8: San Leandro - People

 

4.9.9: San Leandro - Streets (see also Freeman Family Collection)

 

4.9.10: San Leandro Creek

 

4.9.11: San Simeon

 

4.9.12: Santa Clara County

 

4.9.13: Santa Cruz

 

4.9.14: Schools (see also oversize)

 

4.9.15: Schools - Redwood Canyon

 

4.9.16: Sea Lions

 

4.9.17: Seigler Springs - School

 

4.9.18: Ships (see also "Delta Queen"; Oakland Wharves) - Lighthouse Tenders

 

4.9.19: Ships (see also "Delta Queen"; Oakland Wharves) - Steamers, "Capt. Weber"

 

4.9.20: Shipwrecks - S.S. "Harvard"

 

4.9.21: Shipyards

 

4.9.22: Sonoma

 

4.9.23: Sonora

 

4.9.24: South Shasta Steam Threshing Bee

 

4.9.25: Spring Valley Water Works

 

4.9.26: St. Helena - Italian stone masons

 

4.9.27: St. Theresa's Parish

 

4.9.28: Stage Coach (see also Oakland - Transportation;Wells Fargo, oversize)

 

4.9.29: Street Cars (see also Oakland - Transportation)

 

4.9.30: Sullivan Ranch (Wildcat Canyon)

 

4.9.31: Suñol

 

4.9.32: Surveying

 

4.9.33: Sutter's Mill

 

4.9.34: Table Rock

 

4.9.35: Tahoe City

 

4.9.36: Trees

 

4.9.37: Unidentified (see also oversize)

 

4.9.38: University of California, Berkeley

 

4.9.39: Utah

 

4.9.40: Vallejo (Mare Island) (see also oversize)

 

4.9.41: Wakamatsu Colony

 

4.9.42: Washington D. C.

 

4.9.43: Water Wagon

 

4.9.44: Weaverville

 

4.9.45: Wells Fargo & Co.

 

4.9.46: Wildcat Canyon (see also Sullivan Ranch; Jewel Lake)

 

4.9.47: Windmill

 

4.9.48: Woodland (see also Portraits - Eaton Family)

 

4.9.49: Ygnacio Valley (Heather Farms)

 

4.9.50: Yosemite

 

4.9.51: Yountville

 

BOX 10 [oversize]: LARGE PHOTOGRAPHS

 

4.10.1: Adobes

 

4.10.2: Alameda

 

4.10.3: Almaden

 

4.10.4: Alvarado

 

4.10.5: Aviation

 

4.10.6: Bands/Orchestras

 

4.10.7: Berkeley

 

4.10.8: Capitol (see Vallejo)

 

4.10.9: Communism

 

4.10.10: Contra Costa County

 

4.10.11: Dwellings, not identified

 

4.10.12: Earthquakes

 

4.10.13: Fire [Berkeley, 1923?]

 

4.10.14: Floods

 

4.10.15: Hayward

 

4.10.16: Hotels - Big Valley House

 

4.10.17: Leopard

 

4.10.18: Martinez

 

4.10.19: Mount Diablo - Stage

 

4.10.20: Napa County - Parks

 

4.10.21: Oakland - Aerial Views

 

4.10.22: Oakland - Baseball - Freeman Park

 

4.10.23: Oakland - Brayton Hall

 

4.10.24: Oakland - Corp Yard - sprinkler wagon brigade

 

4.10.25: Oakland - Dwellings - Merritt

 

4.10.26: Oakland - Dwellings - Pardee

 

4.10.27: Oakland - Lake Merritt

 

4.10.28: Oakland - Map

 

4.10.29: Oakland - Museum

 

4.10.30: Oakland - Piedmont Baths

 

4.10.31: Oakland - Streets - 14th St.

 

4.10.32: Oakland - Streets - San Pablo Blvd.

 

4.10.33: Oakland - Transportation - Horse Cars

 

4.10.34: Oakland - Transportation - Oakland Traction Co.

 

4.10.35: Oakland - Transportation - Views, Not Identified

 

4.10.36: Oakland - Wharf

 

4.10.37: Parrot's Ferry

 

4.10.38: Peralta Dwellings

 

4.10.39: Photography - Press

 

4.10.40: Police

 

4.10.41: Railroads - California Western

 

4.10.42: Railroads - Sierra

 

4.10.43: Railroads - Western Pacific

 

4.10.44: Railroads - Yosemite Valley

 

4.10.45: Robinson's [Mill]

 

4.10.46: Sacramento

 

4.10.47: San Francisco - Newspapers

 

4.10.48: San Francisco - Bond Rally, Union 1861

 

4.10.49: Schools

 

4.10.50: Soldiers

 

4.10.51: Stage Coach - Wells Fargo

 

4.10.52: Sutter's Fort

 

4.10.53: Unidentified

 

4.10.54: Vallejo (Mare Island)

 

4.10.55: Ventura County - Limoneira Ranch

 

4.10.56: Wagons - Wagon Trade

 

4.10.57: Water Supply - Flume

 

BOX 11: PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPHS

 

4.11.1: Panama Pacific International Exposition, SF (1915) [2]

 

4.11.2: Shell Mound Pistol and Rifle Club Members (1901)

 

4.11.3: Unidentified coastal town (c1900)

 

B0X 12 [oversize]: "KNAVE" ILLUSTRATIVE ART [chiefly the work of R. Marta, Oakland Tribune staff artist]

 

4.12.1: Academy of Music

 

4.12.2: Assay Office

 

4.12.3: Automobile

 

4.12.4: Automobile/Service Station

 

4.12.5: Balloon launching

 

4.12.6: Barrels

 

4.12.7: Bear in City

 

4.12.8: Boxers

 

4.12.9: Buildings, not identified

 

4.12.10: Celebration in street (night)

 

4.12.11: ChandelIer

 

4.12.12: Chef

 

4.12.13: Chicken in Living Room

 

4.12.14: Christmas tree w/ stockings

 

4.12.15: Cliff House

 

4.12.16: Covered Wagon

 

4.12.17: Cow grazing in foothills

 

4.12.18: Dawn and the Dons

 

4.12.19: Debutantes

 

4.12.20: Doctor with Child

 

4.12.21: The Dreamer #1 v.1

 

4.12.22: Earthquake Ruins

 

4.12.23: Eucalyptus

 

4.12.24: Gold Pan and Pick

 

4.12.25: Gold Panning

 

4.12.26: Ice Wagon

 

4.12.27: Lamp/Scales

 

4.12.28: Lumber Mill

 

4.12.29: Man w/ donkey

 

4.12.30: Man w/ flashlight in office

 

4.12.31: "Merry Christmas" w/ border

 

4.12.32: Mission

 

4.12.33: Mora, Jo - sketch

 

4.12.34: Mt. St. Helena Inn

 

4.12.35: Newsboy

 

4.12.36: Peacock

 

4.12.37: Peerless Stage, Oakland

 

4.12.38: Photographer behind camera

 

4.12.39: Political Cartoon

 

4.12.40: Pony Express Rider

 

4.12.41: Portraits: Ina Coolbrith

 

4.12.42: Portraits: Garret Mc Enerney

 

4.12.43: Portraits: Bret Harte

 

4.12.44: Portraits: Charles Warren Stoddard

 

4.12.45: Radio Stations: KLX

 

4.12.46: Radio Stations: KMN

 

4.12.47: Rifle and shells

 

4.12.48: Roller Coaster

 

4.12.49: Sailing Ship

 

4.12.50: Ship by City

 

4.12.51: Ship w/people at dockside

 

4.12.52: Ship in harbor

 

4.12.53: Shipwreck

 

4.12.54: Social Gathering

 

4.12.55: Soldiers

 

4.12.56: Stage Coach [2]

 

4.12.57: Street Scenes

 

4.12.58: Tankhouse

 

4.12.59: Theatre

 

4.12.60: Toy Horse and Ball

 

4.12.61: Train

 

4.12.62: Turkeys around Verbarg bed

 

4.12.63: Wells Fargo Stage Coach

 

4.12.64: Woman seated in doorway overlooking beach

 

4.12.65: Other Art

 

4.12.66: "Ducks Landing"