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Correspondence of J.L. Gillis to and from other universities regarding agricultural education appropriations.
Promotional and descriptive materials relating to agricultural technology.
Materials related to Smith's Stonegate development in Davis, California.
Published and unpublished materials relating to arguments for and against the prohibition of alcohol, including the responses of individual states and organizations.
Paper written by Allred entitled George Morgan, Pioneer Importer and Breeder of American Herefords (1967), detailing Morgan's family history and the development of his business.
Typescript of Ansky's The Devil's sabbath.
Seven bills of sale and transfer of African slaves in New England.
Clippings, playbills, programs, and photographs relating Ballantine's involvement with the Provincetown Players and other instances of his acting and directing career.
Thirty-three photographs depicting Belasco's production of The Darling of the Gods, which opened December 3, 1902, at the Belasco Theatre in New York City.
Correspondence, ephemera, photographs, playbills, programs, realia, and scripts. The bulk of this collection pertains to Henry Irving and his Lyceum Theatre company and includes original scripts and lighting plots used at the Lyceum Theatre.
Ten botanical lithographs. For examples of Benson's entomological illustrations, see the McKenzie papers.
Wine labels and label permit applications submitted by domestic dealers, wineries, or importers to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms for approval. Information required on the label includes winery or distillery name, location, type of beverage, content, name of...
Materials related to the Cycling Road Race at the 1984 Olympics including notes, correspondence, and course maps.
Collection contains an account of a Titus Club hike to Mt. Whitney (1925), a photograph, and an Agricola yearbook (1916) dedicated to Titus.
Material from his involvement with the San Francisco Mime Troupe and files relating to his theater projects in Asia.
Pohler collected documents related to the historical perspectives of California State Hospitals and Developmental Centers.
Berkeley-area counterculture newspapers, playbills, some correspondence related to San Francisco Mime Troupe.
Correspondence, research materials, syllabi, and reprints relating to Tucker's career as Professor of Botany.
Reprints of articles on organic chemistry.
Extension leaflets written by Loomis pertaining to parasites in horses and turkeys; Cooperative Extension newsletter: Entomology and parasite notes.
Court records and correspondence concerning the patent dispute between John Manny and Cyrus McCormick over a reaper invention.
Affidavits, correspondence, research notes and reports regarding enology methods.
Two cassette tapes of Joanna and Michael McClure reading their poetry at the University of California, Davis.
Set designs: eight 4" x 3" original sketches executed on drafting paper in watercolor, gouache, and pencil depicting stage sets for the musical Mata Hari, which opened at the National Theatre, Washington, D.C., on 18 November 1967.
Updates to Harrison Western Research Center library card catalog, master microfilm of catalog records.
Program, newspaper clipping, and script with scene plot, and production photographs, all relating to the play Just like a woman.
Letters written by Morris to associate Mr. Watts, regarding travel accommodations.
Sixty-two reproductions from photographs of early Moscow Art Theatre productions.
Three versions of Donner, a taped interview with Murray, and technical and production notes of the play's performance at Davis in 1970. Inclusive dates: 1970.
Clippings, lithographs, posters, programs, promotional materials, and serials. Extensive and diverse holdings containing, for example, a program for the Japanese Rock Musical '80 Hamlet along with a 19th century lithograph depicting Madame Fanny T. Persian. The bulk of the collection...
Notebooks, farm structures reports, and agricultural conferences materials.
Official programs of the thoroughbred horse-racing club based in Oakland, California in the early 20th century.
Letters to Madeira merchants regarding wine shipments in the late 18th century.
Collection of serial publications in the fields of conservative political and economic philosophy, communism, socialism, Russian history, anti-communism, and Soviet-American relations.
Correspondence with church and governmental figures regarding missions, road repair, land allocation, military strength, and provisions for the poor.
Photo album depicting life in a Russian Orthodox convent, located in San Francisco.
Proceedings of the 10th-13th annual meetings.
Correspondence relating to Marler's research on animal communication and his involvement with professional organizations.
Correspondence and reports relating to cotton farming.
Seventeen signed working scripts once the property of Henry Placide.
Bumper stickers, buttons, flyers, ballot tickets, about half late 19th century, half mid-20th century. Local, state, and national levels of government represented.
Early manuscript draft of a book Raynesford co-authored with Wayne C. Lee, Trails of the Smokey Hill: from Coronado to the cowtowns (1980).
Finding aid in the Special Collections Department.
Correspondence, clippings, budget papers, agendas, and meeting notes relating to Rominger's work with the Department of Food and Agriculture; files on pesticides, water appropriation, soil erosion, farm labor, and natural resources.
Collection contain correspondence, daybooks and journals, photographs, materials concerning Bialuski's scholastic work in Canada and his involvement with the United Nations Relief and Welfare Agency.
Artists' books create by Scott throughout her lifetime.
Letters and telegrams from Chicago to Sacramento on all facets of the financing of the company, land sales data, crop data, test gardens, artifacts, maps, blueprints, and ledgers.
Books, catalogs, and pamphlets for theatrical equipment; clippings, correspondence, financial papers, legal documents, promotional materials, realia.
Mostly 19th and early 20th century British programs, including a sizable group from Dublin's Abbey Theatre.
Mostly 19th and early 20th century programs, including a large group of souvenir programs.
Programs, program clippings, pictorial clippings, newspaper clippings, promotional materials, and ticket stubs are included in many of the scrapbooks; others contain only pictorial clippings which depict costumed actors and actresses. Most items relate to early 20th century American theatre, but...
Transcripts and tapes of interviews for Mayer's book, "Monetary Policy and the Great Inflation in the United States: the Federal Reserve and the Failure of Macroeconomic Policy, 1965-1979."
The diaries detail Craig's medical visits, prescriptions, and accounts.
Manuscript of a paper written under the auspices of the National Defense Research Committee for the Office of Scientific Research and Development, entitled A Survey of rationing and subsistence in the United States Army 1775 to 1940, the final report...
Wine labels, primarily from California.