Guide to the Frank J. Taylor Papers , 1928-1967
Guide to the Frank J. Taylor Papers , 1928-1967
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ARTICLES, TEAR SHEETS AND A
Guys and Gals, Personalities and Profiles
The Bee Business
The California Scene
Farming Stories, Country Gent.--S.E.P.--RD
The Flower Business
Me and My Funny Foibles
Working on the Railroad
Albright Story, RD, '65
Albright, How We Saved the Bug Trees (collaboration), S.E.P.
Accent--Tony Bishop, To Make Your Food Tastier, RD Oct. '55
Agriculture, We Collect People on this Farm, C.G., Kermit Wilson, Oct. 1947
Agriculture, He's Beating Summer Droughts, Carolina Rainmaker from California, C.G., W. B. Camp, July 1951
Agriculture, Darndest Farm You Ever Saw, Shell Oil Experimental Farm, C.G., March 1949
Agriculture, Hybrid Vigor Comes to Vegetables, C.G. Feb. '45
Agriculture, Farmers New Voice in Washington, A. J. McFadden, C.G., Jan. 1950
Agriculture, Springboard to Farm Ownership (with Dr. Stanley B. Freeborn), (Davis Graduates), C.G.
Asgrow, Associated Seed Growers, Inc. (Story never Published)
Aviation--Airline Radar, RD
Aviation--AiResearch, Cliff Garrett, RD '63
Aviation--Gros. Brothers, Lockheed
Aviation--Jatos Get 'Em Up, S.E.P.
Aviation--You'll Fly High, Wide, and Handsome, Pressure Pattern Flying, RD, Aug., 1949
Airliner, That Wondrous Vehicle The Airliner, Dec. 1956, R.D., Modern Airlines
Aviation, We Shoot Shadows, 8/26/44, S.E.P. (Night Flyers)
Air Transport--Jetliners, R.D.
Airport Story, R.D., #1, '64
Airport Story #2, Dulles--Toronto--Honolulu Airports, R.D.
Arizona Water Story
Astronomy, Explorer of Outer Space, Magellan of the Starry Heavens, Dr. Humason, R.D.
Birds of Paradise
Bowron, The Bellicose Mayor, Mayor Bowron, S.E.P.
Broadmoor, Spencer Penrose Turned Gold and Copper into Colorado Beauty, 12/50
Harry Whitcombe's Businesslike Bees, R.D., July 1952
The Amazing Blossoms of Grandma Briggs, S.E.P., 9/27/52
Please Send Buffalo--No Bull, 10/33
The Many Californias - Travelogue, Californias Grapes of Wrath, Feb. 1952, R.D.
Cement Story, RD
It Costs $1000 to Have Lunch with Harry Chandler, S.E.P., 12/16/39
Cheese - Colliers
Slum that Rebelled, The Shanty Town That Found Itself, S.E.P., Apr. 21, 1956, Casa Blanca - Riverside
California Physicians Service
Chemicals on the Farm, Chemicals: The Farmer's New Hired Hand, C.G., West Coast Experiments
Clothes, The Coldfire Boys, Gantron, S.E.P., 1/1/49
Champion Jersey Dairyman, C.G., Ralph Cope
Rubberneck Restaurant, The Man with Four Brown Derbies, Bob Cobb, S.E.P., 10/18/52
Cotton, King Cotton of California, W. B. Camp & G. J. Harrison, C.G.
Wizard of the Vegetable Patch, Frank Cuthbertson, R.D.
Data International - R.D.
DeGraff - Lilies
Hawaii's Indefatigable Land Maker, Walter Dillingham, R.D.
Drive In Movies, They Bet and Won on Ozone Cinema, Sept. 15, 1956
A Bloom for Mother-In-Law, Dutch Bulb Industry, S.E.P., Apr. 13, 1957
Those Homemade Apple Trees, S.E.P. 2/27/54, Swarf Apples, Paul Stark
Earthquake Sleuthe, R.D.
Earthchanger No. 1, Harry Morrison
Earthworm Man - Thos. J. Barrett
Garden of Fun, Elitch Gardens, S.E.P., 6/11/55
Mr. Ferry and Mr. Morse, Apr. 9, 1955
Flowers - We Beat the Dutch, 5/12/45, Colliers
There's No Other Flower Shop Like This One, Flower Merchant Number One, Podesta Baldocchi - Goeppner, S.E.P.
Flowers - The Flowers Fly East, McClellan Bros., S.E.P., 8/7/48
Flowers - They've Grown Some New Posies For the Ladies, Burpee Zinnias, etc., S.E.P.
Flowers - The Thirty-Million-Dollar-Flower, (Bulb Boom), S.E.P., 10/26/46
Flowers (How Your Flowers Are Re-Modeled), Flowers are Ornery Critters, (New Flowers, S.E.P.), 3/1/47
Flowers - Geranium Craze, S.E.P., 10/10/53
Flowers, The Great Carnation Lottery, Denver Growers, S.E.P., 10/9/54
Flowers, See What They're Doing to Lilies, Jan DeGraff, S.E.P., 10/15/49,
The Whole Blooming Valley, Puyallup Bulb Festival, Colliers, Apr. 11, 1953
Flowers - The Great Rose Lottery, Jackson & Perkins Story, S.E.P.
Flowers, Roses of Britain, R.D. '66
Flowers - Angels with Green Thumbs, L.A. Men's Garden Club, S.E.P.
Flowers - World's Most Colorful Club, They Like to Build Mountains, Oakland Spring Garden Show, S.E.P., 10/28/50
Want to Borrow a Pet, John Forbes, Junior Museum, S.E.P., 6/26/54
Foothill College, R.D.
The World's Worst Traffic Tangle, L.A. Freeway, S.E.P., 3/13/54
Beating Garden Pests
Revolution in the Garden, Seeds, RD
Rushbutton Gardening, S.E.P.
Gibeon, Lost City Found by Pritchard, S.E.P.
Golden Gate Bridge - Joseph Strauss, S.E.P. and RD
Mr. Gump of Gump's
Hawaii - Miscellaneous Assignments
Hawaii - Miscellaneous Booklets, Maps
Hawaii, Holiday Story
Hawaii, Look! Dancing the Hula!, Lurline-Howard K. Morris, S.E.P.
Hawaii, Rev. Akaka, S.E.P.
Hawaii, Trip of 1957, U. of H. Story
The Happy Songwriters of Hawaii, S.E.P., 8/22/53
Hawaii, 1959, What a Boom Does to Paradise
Hawaii, Hawaii's Agricultural Magicians, Nations Business
Hawaii Since Statehood, '62
Hawaii Calls, Web Edwards
Hawaii: Jim Does's Dream - Pineapple, RD
Hillercopters, What Makes Stanley Hiller Tick, Jan. 1948 & Daring Young Man on the Flying Windmill, Stanley Hiller, S.E.P., 6/28/52
Hong Kong, Hole in the Bamboo Curtain, Armchair Travelogue, R.D.
Herbert Hoover International Detective, War Library, See Stanford--Hoover Library
Short Cut to Good Will, Tom Davis, International Hospital Center, Nov. '56, RD
Humm, Psychologist to Joe and Jane Doakes, RD
He Sells Houses to Stars, Hollywood Homes, S.E.P., 7/25/53
Hotrod Club - Peterson
Interflora, RD 1953
Jantzen, Give Youth a Chance, Zehntbauer - Jantzen, RD
Japanese: Evacuation for S.E.P., Relocation for Colliers
Japan's Fabulous Newspapers and Yukio Ozaki
Japan, Imperial Hotel
They Ride the World's Mightest Tailwind, Pan-Am Jet Stream RD
Jet Turbine Locomotive, Casey Jones and the Big Blow, Feb. 1950, RD
Jordan, David Starr, American Jan. '29 and R.D., Unforgettable May '63
Kern County - Everybody's Hospital, RD
Henry J. Kaiser - biography
Kado - Wizard of Rocks, S.E.P.
What the World Owes to the Gardens of Kew, RD, 1/57
Knight, Gov. Goodwin J., How to be a Success in Politics
Farming with Two Hundred Partners, Kern Co. Land Company, Nat. Bus.
He's a Sucker for Nasty Jobs, Killion-APL, SEP
KQED, SEP, 12/10/61
Knott Berry Farm, Freedom Center
Laguna Art Festival, SEP
Latin American Trip
Latin America's Big Voice, Pan-American, July 1944, RD
He Sets the Sky on Fire, Fireworks, Lizza Loves to Light the Sky, SEP, 10/13/51
Roughneck Boss of the Sailor's Union, Harry Lundeberg, SEP
The Town with Too Much Money, Long Beach, Frosty Martin, Long Beach, SEP
L.A. Police Rehab Center
Macadamia Story, 1962, RD
Magic with `Mums, RD, '66
McLaren, John - Unforgettable, '55
George Mardikian, The GI's Chow Champion, RD
Crazy over Ships, Kortum-Maritime Museum, Colliers
Medicare, The Friendly Man from Medicare, RD, '66
Million Dollar Music Box, Mattel, SEP, 12/6/52
The Strenuous Boss of Matson Navigation, Joe Sevier - Matson Nat. Bus., Apr. 1952
Mobile Home Living, The Lure of Living on Wheels, RD
Mormon Youth, RD, '61
Mormon Story - Bishops Storehouse, SEP
Numbers - Call Me 522... RD 6/63
Oil Hunt, SEP & RD
Oil, Cuyama Field, Excitement in Clamshell Valley, Cities Service, Jan. 1949
Oil, Colorado's Fabulous Mountains of Oil, Shale Oil, RD
Oranges - Sunkist Men
Orchids - SEP, Sam Mosher
Parker, Willis (His Best Friends Are Beasts) SEP
Those High Jinks in Hollywood Pools, Paddock Pools - Phil Ilsley, SEP, 8/11/51
Pacific Area War Correspondent, Nimitz-Kenney-Iwo Jima, RD
Backstage at the Rose Parade, Tournament of Roses, SEP, 12/29/56
He Gambled on Flying and Won, W. A. Patterson, SEP & RD, 6/7/52
I've Got the Craziest Job!, Russ Pettit, SEP, 9/11/54
Piggyback Railroading, SEP, 8/23/55
L. A. Police, How to Catch Crooks, RD, '53
Portland's Teen-Age Hospital Wing, SEP
Pottery, Dining off the Rainbow, Colored Dinnerware, SEP, 11/19/49
Rainmakers, They Make Rain When Clouds Roll By, Dr. Irving Krick, Aug. 1954, RD
Rain, Rearranging the Rain, June 1948, CG
Reber, They Want to Rebuild San Francisco Bay, Biggest Geography Job on Earth, John Reber, SEP, 11/18/50
Frank Reinelt & His Tuberous Begonias
San Francisco, Holiday, July 1948
Scotia, Paradise with a Waiting List, SEP, 2/21/51
Death Valley Scotty
Seattle Cent. 21 Expo
Shopsmith, The Easy Way to Get Rick, How to Invent a Million Dollar Gadget, SEP, 3/29/52
Shooting, Colliers, 8/3/35
Southern Pacific, Battle of the Hotshots, SEP; Brother, Can You Spare a Locomotive, SEP; Fine Way to Run a Railroad, SEP & RD; Piggyback, SEP; and Look Story
Siskiyou Murder - Southern Pacific
Santa Fe Spud Special
Snowshoe Thompson, RD
Mr. Spice Islands (Frederic Johnson)
Snake River Trout Ranch - Bob Erkins
Stanford in Germany
Stanford - Hoover Library
Sterling - Stanford, SEP
Switzerland, RD Overseas editions, 1964
Lifeline Under the Atlantic, Trans-Atlantic Cable, RD
Wonders of Direct Distance Dialing, Telephones, Long Distance Dialing, Oct. 55, RD
Tex Taylor Ghosted Story ofr SEP
Tent Biz, Boom in Big Tops, SEP
Don Thomas, Booster #1 SEP
Tomato Story, SEP
California's Wackiest Toy Merchant, Uncle Bernie, SEP
Trees Can't Fight Back, Me and My Mixed-up Trees, SEP
Trona, World's Biggest Mineral Stockpile, SEP, 3/5/49
Truck Driving, Detour for Highway Mishaps, Safe Driving Clinic, Colliers
Fishing, Tuna Jackpot, Tuna Industry, SEP, Apr. 10, 1948
Dr. Turnbow - Foremost Wizard of Milk, RD, 6/30/59
Alaska - Seward's Fortunate Folly, A Turning Point in History, RD
Union that Prospers by Building Up the Boss, RD
Unions, How Harry Bridges Rules the Pacific, Look, Water-front - Hawaii, 5/9/50
Union Square Garage, $1,500,000 Parking Space, Andrew Pansini, Nat. Bus., Aug., 1953
University of California for RD
I Started Over at 62, Paulsen Visel, SEP, 7/21/51
Walking Streets, RD
Warren Family vs. Polio, Honeybear's Miracle, RD
Earl Warren Stories for SEP
California Moves the Rain, In California Moving the Rain is Big Business, Water Transport, Nat Bus, Aug 1952
Water Story - CG
Wells Fargo, Wild West Bank, History Room, SEP, 6/17/50
Wilderness Cave for Delinquints, 12/4/54, SEP, Juvenile Rehabilitation
Widow Story, RD. See also File No. 12, Folder 11--Research Material on a planned but never published handbook on how to be a widow
I Work on the Railroad and How!, Zephyrette Story, SEP, 1/7/56
Swapping Zoo Keepers, Animal Trading at Zoos, SEP, 2/11/56
BOOKS: SOUTHERN PACIFIC, DEMOCRACY'S AIR ARSENAL, AND HIGH HORIZONS
Why Write Books?, A memo for Professor Rivers
Southern Pacific, by Neill C. Wilson and Frank J. Taylor
The story behind Southern Pacific, Correspondence and A memo on Southern Pacific
The Four Iron-Horse Men, two manuscripts by Frank J. Taylor
Miscellaneous Material for the Huntington Book:
Miscellaneous Material for the Huntington Book: Correspondence, Notes, and a copy of the article The Romance that Founded Stanford, by G. T. Clark
Typewritten Notes: The Voyage of the Old Ship Humboldt, Newspaper Articles, Correspondence of Stanford and Huntington, and Press Comments on the Stanford Huntington Quarrel
Type-written Notes: Various Biographical Sketches of Collis P. Huntington, Material Copied from Archer Huntington's scrapbook, and notes from Charles Crocker, Chronicles of the Builders of the Commonwealth
More Type-written Notes: Notes made after a conversation with W. H. Mills: with the purpose of Preserving Mill's ideas, Notes on newspaper articles, and an autobiographical statement by Collis P. Huntington
From Trail to Rail, Tear Sheets from the Southern Pacific Bulletin
Democracy's Air Arsenal, by Frank J. Taylor and Lawton Wrigh
Democracy's Air Arsenal, a memo by Frank J. Taylor
Democracy's Air Arsenal, Correspondence & Contracts
Publisher's Draft of Democracy's Air Arsenal
Final Draft, Democracy's Air Arsenal, and suggestions for improvement by William F. Peters
Pat Paterson, a book by Frank J. Taylor
High Horizons, by Frank J. Taylor, New Revised Edition, 1964 (paperback)
High Horizons, by Frank J. Taylor, New Revised Edition, 1964 (hardbound)
High Horizons, by Frank J. Taylor, 1958 edition, marked copy
High Horizons, by Frank J. Taylor, 1951
BOOKS: HIGH HORIZONS (cont.) & PAT PATTERSON
High Horizons, United Air Lines History, By Frank Taylor
1963 Revision--Correspondence, Research Material, and Drafts
Acknowledgement of Receipts
Revision 1964--Correspondence, Research Material, and Drafts
1963 Revision--Research Material
1957 Revision--Drafts and Notes
1954 Revision--Drafts and Notes
Dawn to Dusk and Miscellaneous United Air Lines Data
Magazines and Miscellaneous Research Material
The Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Story, a book (no author given)
Pat Patterson--1967--For United Air Lines
Corrections for Final Draft of Patterson Book
Early Drafts of Pat Patterson Profile
Pat Patterson Quotes for the book
Duplicates of Interviews
Rough Draft of People Make an Airline
Intermediate Draft, Pat Patterson Profile, folders one and two
Author's mss. submitted to United Executives
Pat Patterson, Correspondence
Patterson Book Reference Material
Interviews for Patterson Book
Pat Patterson Interviews
BOOKS: THE 76 BONANZA, THE BLACK BONANZA, AND COPIES OF MISCELLANEOUS FARLY WRITINGS
The 76 Bonanza, the Fabulous Life and Times of the Union Oil Company of California, by Earl M. Welty and Frank J. Taylor, 1966, sequel and revision of The Black Bonanza
The Black Bonanza, by Earl M. Welty and Frank J. Taylor, Second Revised Edition, 1956
The Black Bonanza, 1950, by Earl M. Welty and Frank J. Taylor
The story behind The Black Bonanza and The 76 Bonanza, a memo; also Correspondence re:
76 Bonanza, '65 Revision: Research Material, Articles, and Manuscript
76 Bonanza, '65 Revision: Notes and Correspondence
Big Business is Good for Little Business--and Vice Versa, an article by Frank J. Taylor and Earl M. Welty
The Black Bonanza--First Revision, Original Manuscript
The Black Bonanza, 1956 Revision, Final Manuscript
The Black Bonanza, More Revision Material
The Black Bonanza, Articles and Correspondence
Magazines, magazine articles, and annual reports from Oil Companies
Oh, Ranger! a book about the National Parks, by Horace M. Albright and Frank J. Taylor, 1928
Land of Homes, a book about California, by F. J. Taylor, 192
Grand Canyon Country, by Frank J. Taylor, 1929
Pop Warner's Book for Boys, by Glenn S. Pop Warner with Frank J. Taylor, 1934
Our U.S.A., A Gay Geography, Text by Frank J. Taylor, 1938
BOOKS: BRO. CASTLE & BRO. COOKE
A memo on Bro. Castle & Bro. Cooke, an unpublished company history
Castle & Cooke Book--Correspondence and Notes
Bro. Castle & Bro. Cooke, by Frank J. Taylor and Neill C. Wilson, complete manuscript, 1949
Bro. Castle & Bro. Cooke, an incomplete manuscript copy partially edited
Bro. Castle & Bro. Cooke, Office Copy, Complete Manuscript
Castle and Cooke, Research Materials and Notes
Research Material and Notes on Hawaii
Hawaii--More Research Material
Hawaii Statehood--Research Material
Research Material on a planned but never published handbook on how to be a widow ( i.e., manage your husband's estate after his death)
Frank J. Taylor Additional Materials
Drawer A. Reader's Digest Correspondence.
1. 1940 - 1949.
2. 1950 - 1953.
8. Writer scouting assignment; Paul Palmer correspondence- 1958.
9. Correspondence with writers.
10. 1958 - 1961, memos to Paul Palmer about writers.
11. 1959 - 1960, letters from editors.
12. Paul Palmer correspondence about scouting for writers, 1959.
13. Correspondence with writers, 1959.
15. Paul Palmer correspondence re writers and article ideas, 1960.
17. Letters from Paul Palmer to writers re manuscript and ideas for articles, 1958 - 1962.
18. Correspondence about writers, 1960.
19. Correspondence with Paul Palmer and other Reader's Digest editors, 1961.
20. Correspondence with writers, 1961.
21. Correspondence with Reader's Digest editors, 1962.
Drawer B. Correspondence.
1. Saturday Evening Post, 1941 - 1947.
2. Saturday Evening Post, 1948 - 1951.
3. Saturday Evening Post, 1952.
4. Saturday Evening Post, 1953.
5. Saturday Evening Post, 1954.
6. Saturday Evening Post, 1955.
7. Saturday Evening Post, 1956.
8. Saturday Evening Post, 1957.
9. Saturday Evening Post, 1958.
10. Saturday Evening Post, 1959.
11. Saturday Evening Post, 1960.
12. Saturday Evening Post, 1961.
13. Saturday Evening Post, 1962.
14. Country Gentleman editors.
15. Collier's editors.
16. Willis Kingsley Wing, literary agent, 1932 - 1935.
17. Carl Brandt, Sr., literary agent, 1941 - 1948.
18. Carl Brandt, Sr., literary agent, 1949 - 1953.
Drawer C. Correspondence, re:
1. Doubleday and Co., Inc., 1949 - 1950.
3. Little, Brown, and Co., Our USA - A Gay Geography
4. McGraw-Hill - High Horizons - A History of United Airlines.
5. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.
6. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc. - Union Oil correspondence.
7. McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc. - Southern Pacific correspondence.
8. This Week.
9. V.I.P. correspondence, incl.:
Scope and Content Note
Erle Stanley Gardner
Walter Dilli gham
G. C. Marshall, Jr. (when he was a.d.c. to Gen. Pershing, 1922)
Nelson Rockefellar (when he was with the Dept. of State, 1943)
Drawer D. Miscellaneous correspondence in alphabetical sequence, A - Z, plus two folders of fan mail at the back of the drawer.