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P. Gerald Kruger letters : to Erika Wackenroder Kruger, Germany : ALS, 1939-1940.

Contains correspondence written by Kruger to his wife, while he was traveling to Calif. from Illinois and working at Lawrence Labs in Berkeley, and his wife was visiting family in Berlin, Germany. Describes his work on the cyclotron, his colleges...

 
P.A. Ducey and Peter McArthur land deeds : Tuolumne County, Calif. : TD, 1902-1903.

Contains 25 certified deeds recording the sale of land in Tuolumne County, Calif., in Townships 4, 5 and 6, to P.A. Ducey and Peter McArthur, from landowners who mostly resided in the San Francisco Bay Area. Also includes two ms....

 
Paap (C. H. N.) typescript

Day-by-day summary of war news as reported in the Hague newspaper De Residentiebode.

 
Paasche (John) papers

Memoirs, thesis, other writings, and printed matter, relating to the career and murder of Hans Paasche, social conditions in Germany during the Weimar and Nazi periods, German émigré life in Japan and the United States, and positions of the Communist...

 
Pablo Gonzalez letters : Saltillo, Mexico : Ls.S, 1980 May 8-9.

Two leters. His views on Emiliano Zapata with related notes.

 
Pablo Velasquez cartas recibidas : Mexico : L, 1941-1942.

Letters in Tarascan written to Velasquez by Jacobo Garcia Luis (Federal Preparatory School, Coyoacan, Nov. 12, 1941) and Maximo Lathrop (Paracho, Michoacan, Feb. 6, 1942), dealing with politico-educational matters and transmittal of religious works; with translations into Spanish provided by...

 
Pablo Vicente de Sola papers, 1816-1822.

Mainly official letters from F.M. Calleja, Viceroy of Mexico, to Sola, Governor of Alta California. In Spanish.

 
Pacas (Bert) papers

Notes, news dispatches, reports, clippings, other printed matter, and a video tape, relating to guerrilla warfare and civil rights in El Salvador.

 
Pace (Irene G.D.A.) Papers

Irene Greene Dwen Andrews Pace (1892- ) was an author. Her publications include (1936), (1940), and (with Edmund Andrews, 1944). The collection consists of two scrapbooks, a diary, a commonplace book, correspondence, three literary productions, and typescripts of an article...

 
Pace (Nello) Himalayan Documents

The Nello Pace Himalayan Documents contain writings relating primarily to the 1954 California Himalaya Expedition to Makalu, the world’s fifth highest peak, located in Nepal. Dr. Nello Pace served as the assistant leader and chief scientist for the expedition, studying...

 
Pacheco (Felix) speech transcript

Relates to President Warren G. Harding of the U.S. Delivered at a memorial service in Rio de Janeiro after the death of W. G. Harding.

 
Pacific and Asian American Center for Theology and Strategies Collection

Organized in 1972 as the Asian American Center for Theology and Strategies and incorporated in 1974, the name was changed to Pacific and Asian American Center for Theology and Strategies in 1977 to reflect inclusiveness of constituencies. PACTS was...

 
Pacific Car Demurrage Records

The Records of the Pacific Car Demurrage Bureau contains only records associated with business transactions including: receipted vouchers, payrolls, register of vouchers, cashbooks, time books, journals, and ledgers. Most of these are pasted into ledger books, which are old (dates...

 
Pacific Clinics records

The Pacific Clinics records consists of annual reports, financial statements, correspondence, program and grant proposals, administrative and organizational records, 1942-1997 (bulk 1960s-1990s), documenting the growth of the clinic's services.

 
Pacific Coast Association of Friends papers, 1931 April-July.

Includes letters addressed to Peter Gulbrandsen and Howard Brinton; completed questionnaires regarding proposed organization and summary of replies; lists of potential members. Also also includes meeting minutes and manuscripts on Quakerism.

 
Pacific Coast Borax Company letters : TLS, 1891-1892.

Concerns borax mines in Death Valley and Teel's Marsh, Nevada.

 
Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play Records

The Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play Records date from 1940 to 1951, and relate to the evacuation, internment, and relocation of Japanese-Americans during World War II. The collection consists of a variety of materials, including correspondence,...

 
Pacific coast diaries.

Contains examples of daily diaries distributed by various booksellers and stationiers on the west coast, including A.L. Bancroft & Company.

 
Pacific Coast League baseball ephemera, 1944-1950.

The Pacific Coast League was formed in 1903 and consisted of baseball teams in California, Oregon, and Washington. After major league baseball came to California in 1958 (and after major league games began to be televised), the Pacific Coast League...

 
Pacific Coast League baseball ephemera, 1944-1950.

The Pacific Coast League was formed in 1903 and consisted of baseball teams in California, Oregon, and Washington. After major league baseball came to California in 1958 (and after major league games began to be televised), the Pacific Coast League...

 
Pacific Coast nurseryman, award-winning horticulturalist, and historian : oral history transcript / 1998.

Carman history in the Los Gatos area, founding Carman's Nursery in 1937; Peninsula nursery history, businesses, impact of World War II; Ed and Jean Carman's nursery since 1946, the role of the family; successful introduction of the kiwi vine from...

 
Pacific Coast photographs and drawings by Merritt R. Hosmer [graphic]

Album of 1870's photographs was apparently used as Merritt Hosmer's sketchbook in 1915. Photos show mining and Indians in British Columbia, views along the Columbia River (including Mt. Hood), Portland, the Oregon coast, Yosemite, and San Francisco (including Rincon Hill...

 
Pacific Coast Ports report

Pacific Coast Ports report (SAFR 17381, HDC 268) was written by Ted Miholovich for a college assignment circa 1936. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

 
Pacific Coast Railway Cash Book

Pacific Coast Railway cash book receipts.

 
Pacific Coast Redwood Co. records, 1903-1929.

v. 1: By-laws, May 1907; v. 2: Minute Book, including copy of articles of incorporation, 1903-1929; v. 3: Journal, 1906-1929; v. 4: Stock ledger and journal, 1907-1929; v. 5: Ledger, 1906-1929; v. 6: Miscellaneous loose material removed from preceding volumes.

 
Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Company. Photographs relating to the Pacific Coast Shipbuilding Company [graphic]

Detailed collection of photographs of ships and shipyards. One panorama of the storage yard and company buildings (probably from WWI era), some wide angle views also included.

 
Pacific Coast Steamship Companies Collection

This collection contains financial documents, journals, legal documents, and business records of the Alaska Coast Company, Alaska Pacific Steamship Company, American Mail Steamship Company, Miscellaneous companies, Pacific Coast Steamship Company, Pacific Alaska Navigation Company, and Pacific Steamship Company from 1866-1942.

 
Pacific Coast Steamship Company cargo receipts, 1870-1878.

Receipts for cargo shipped out of San Francisco for Portland from various individuals or firms including the following: P.C. Dart, John S. Kinkel, Giant Powder Co., Souther & Co., R. Patrick & Co., C.K. Hawkes, Pacific Rolling Mill Co., L.H....

 
Pacific Coast Steamship Company Records

The collection consists of business documents and other printed materials of the Pacific Coast Steamship Company, a San Francisco-based passenger and freight company founded in 1882, as well as items pertaining to S. T. Johnson, the company’s San Diego agent.

Pacific Constructors, Inc. Shasta Dam Photo Album

The photo album contains 89 photographs detailing construction progress of the Shasta Dam by Pacific Constructors, Inc.

 
Pacific Counseling Service and Military Law Office Records

Consists of office files from two collaborating organizations serving U.S. military service personnel primarily in the Bay Area and Asia during and after the Vietnam War. Includes organizational history, correspondence and reports from projects and offices in Asia and West...

 
PACIFIC ELECTRIC RAILWAY COLLECTION

Includes operating agreements, executive committee resolutions, and accounting records for Pacific Electric Railway of 1901 and Pacific Electric Railway of 1911.

 
Pacific Electric Railway Company motor coaches and railroad cars photographs

Collection of 875 unmounted photographs (including duplicates) of motor coaches and railroad passenger cars in operation between 1927 and 1950 on routes of the Pacific Electric Railway Company and related bus and train systems of Los Angeles, California, and environs.

 
Pacific Electric Railway Company Photographs

The collection consists of 3396 black and white photographs (many with corresponding original and copy negatives), 116 unprinted glass plate negatives, memos, correspondence, press releases, and notes related to the Pacific Electric Railway, ca. 1870s-1950s. The collection provides a comprehensive...

 
Pacific Electric Railway Company Records

The Pacific Electric Railway Company, established by Henry Huntington, connected cities across the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The records in this collection consist of information about rules and regulations governing employees, timetables and vehicle information, financial, operation, and service reports,...

 
Pacific Film Archive Audio Recordings Collection

Since the 1970s, the Pacific Film Archive has hosted numerous guest speakers in conjunction with its film and video exhibition program. The speakers include filmmakers from around the world, as well as others involved in filmmaking, film study and criticism,...

 
Pacific Film Archive Film and Video Collection

The Pacific Film Archive was conceived as an American version of the Cinematheque Francaise in Paris—a center committed not only to exhibiting films under the best possible conditions, but also to increasing the understanding, appreciation, and preservation of cinema through...

 
Pacific Fruit Express Company Collection

A preliminary finding aid has been prepared. The finding aid will be expanded to include unprocessed material. This material has been arranged in the following series:...

Pacific Gas and Electric Company motion picture film

Sound recordings and motion picture film of a series of political education programs, featuring campaign presentations by candidates for election to major state political offices in California.

Pacific Gas and Electric Company motion picture film

Sound recordings and motion picture film of a series of political education programs, featuring campaign presentations by candidates for election to major state political offices in California.

 
Pacific Gas and Electric Company Politics 1962 series materials, 1962.

Correspondence and motion pictures concerning the appearances of Edmund G. Brown and Thomas H. Kuchel on the Politics 1962 series sponsored jointly by the P.G. and E. and Pacific Service Employees Association. The correspondence is by A. Ruric Todd and...

 
Pacific Gas and Electric Utility Street maps of San Francisco

Pacific Gas and Electric Utility Street maps of San Francisco (SAFR 17213, HDC 305) consist of nine items: five are dated 1925 and are street maps on drafting linen and four are dated 1977 and are street wiring diagrams on...

 
Pacific Geograpic Society Records

Materials in the collection date from 1927-1940, the bulk falling between the years 1933-1939. Included are correspondence, minutes, drafts, reports, statistics, bills, receipts, contracts, clippings, press releases, various lists, organizational papers, announcements, memos, printed brochures, legal papers, itineraries, notes, photos,...

 
Pacific Horticultural Foundation records, 1963-2002.

Contains W. George Walters correspondence, editorial correspondence, letters from subscribers, board of directors minutes, financial records, reports, promotional material.

 
Pacific Improvement Company Payroll book

This is a single item collection constituted by the Pacific Improvement Co. Payroll Book for 1883. The books does not duplicate any information in the related Pacific Improvement Co. Collections (JL001 and JL017). The ledger shows the actual rates of...

 
Pacific Improvement Company. Photographs of the Seventeen Mile Drive, scenic boulevards, Pacific Grove, Pebble Beach Lodge, Monterey Peninsula, California [graphic]

Views of the Monterey Peninsula, including the 17 Mile Drive, Pacific Grove, and the Pebble Beach Lodge, including the interior of the lodge. Many views with automobiles, and people dressed for excursion. Two fishing scenes.

 
Pacific Improvement Company Records

Contains business records of the Pacific Improvement Company and its subsidiaries. Includes business and legal documents, correspondence, reports, minutes, deeds, annual reports, maps, and blurprints. Contains materials related to the Monterey Peninsula and its development. Business areas covered include land...

 
Pacific Improvement Company Records

The collection is made up of approximately fifty percent loose material and fifty percent bound volumes (percentage estimated in shelf space). The loose material consists of documents, both routine business and legal, correspondence, reports, minutes, various types of financial business,...

 
Pacific Iron Works mining machinery [graphic]

Hoisting works for deep mines -- wire rope tramway dumping rig -- roasting and lixiviating mill -- copper smelting plant.

 
Pacific Island Communities collection

The Pacific Island Communities Collection consists of pamphlets and booklets that were published for the Pacific Islander Festival in Los Angeles, as well as some other events amongst the Pacific Islander community. The City of Los Angeles, Cultural Affairs Department...

 
Pacific Island Employees Foundation newsletters

Relates to the condition of American prisoners of war held in Japanese prison camps during World War II. Includes issues of the Pacific Island Employees Foundation Bulletin, 1942-1945, and a few issues of the Pac-POW Bulletin, 1945-1947.

 
A Pacific Legacy slide show

A Pacific Legacy slide show, December 11, 1991, (SAFR 23341, P92-105) is comprised of slides of photographs in the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park collection, created by the Park's Photo Lab for an exhibit coinciding with the publication of...

 
Pacific Lumber Company records, [ca. 1864-1938]

Fragmentary records documenting operations of the company in Nevada Co. and later in Humboldt Co.

 
Pacific Mail Steamship Company journal and logbook : ms., 1883-1885.

Journal (Jan. 14-Feb. 4, 1883) kept by an agent of the Company, covering part of a trip to collect data concerning business possibilities along the Gulf of Mexico; written aboard the Colima and the Sonora in the Bay of Mazatlan...

 
Pacific Mail Steamship Company. Letters to Alfred Robinson : New York City, 1848 December - 1850 November.

From William H. Aspinwall and Samuel W. Comstock; relating to Robinson's service as agent for the company on the California coast.

 
Pacific Mail Steamship Company record

Pacific Mail Steamship Company record (SAFR 14301, HDC 93) contains a six page letter dated September 29,1874 and envelope. Letter is addressed to Robert Kelly Palache from the agents of Taylor & Cox regarding Palache's application for the position of...

 
Pacific Mail Steamship Company records, 1851-1880.

Contents: Ledger, 1878-1880, of accounts of personnel on various ships; bills for the steamship Constitution, and miscellaneous papers.

 
Pacific Mill and Mining Company records : Virginia City, Nevada, 1865-1936 (bulk 1869-1884).

Receipts, payrolls, accounts, and other records for various mills operated by the company, including Bacon, Brunswick, California Mill, Eagle Salt Works, Hoosier State Mill Co., Kelsey, Mariposa, Morgan, Nevada Mill, North End, Occidental, Omega, Ophir, Trench and Woodworth mills.

 
Pacific Motor Trucking Company records, [ca. 1933-1965]

Leases, sales agreements, notices of assignment, etc.

 
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company Records

The Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company was founded in 1868 Initially the company offered life and endowment policies and began investing in community improvements. In 1885, the company began offering accident insurance, and in March 1906 it consolidated with Los...

 
Pacific National Fire Insurance Company Records

The collection consists of maps, photographs, and descriptive text on various buildings in Orange County, California, primarily public institutions. The Pacific National Fire Insurance Company in Santa Ana, California produced these records between 1942 and 1951 for insurance purposes. The...

 
Pacific Neighbors Inc. Records

Records and photographs of San Jose's Pacific Neighbors Sister City Program, primarily related to activities with sister cities Okayama, Japan, and San Jose, Costa Rica.

 
Pacific Palisades Property Owners Assn. Records

Organizational and legal records of the Pacific Palisades Property Owners Association (PPPOA), including maps, drawings, plans, photographs, and audio recordings that were created and/or collected by its directors. The documents collected by PPPOA are from various sources, including Los Angeles...

 
Pacific Photo Club records

The records consist primarily of black-and-white photographs created by members of the Pacific Photo Club, an organization of amateur photographers active during the first three decades of the 20th century. The collection was accumulated by George R. Bunn, a member,...

 
Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) records

Pacific Queen (built 1886; ship, 3m) records (SAFR 17383, HDC 271) contains copies of items originally housed in two folders: Pacific Queen - General and Pacific Queen - Status Reports. These items include letters, news articles and reports dating from...

 
PACIFIC RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION CO. RECORDS

Financial records of the Pacific Railway and Navigation Company records.

Pacific Regional Humanities Center Collection

The Pacific Regional Humanities Center (PRHC) was an initiative funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) in 2002 and overseen by the UC Davis Humanities Institute. The PRHC emphasized the study of "place." This small collection contains DVDs...

 
Pacific Ship Repair Company Berthing logbook and Berth application for Vessel George Handley

Pacific Ship Repair Company Berthing logbook and Berth application for Vessel George Handley (SAFR 17189, HDC 296) are connected by vessel and date. The GEORGE HANDLEY is listed in the logbook on page 29. Dates for this entry correspond to...

 
Pacific Slope Manuscripts

This collection pertains to the history of the Pacific Slope from 1832 until 1953. Included are notes, manuscripts, and typescripts on the founding and development of the California Mission system; letters, legal documents, and manuscripts dealing with early land claims,...

 
Pacific Slope Scrapbooks

This collection has three series: scrapbooks on San Francisco and California, Pacific Slope History scrapbooks, and Pacific Slope pamphlets. Volumes in the first series contain clippings from 1855 to 1894 pertaining to political and civic issues, railroads, and the general...

 
Pacific slope trip [graphic]

Photographs document a train trip through many western locations, including: the Rocky Mountains, Utah, California, Oregon, Yellowstone National Park, Alaska, Canada, Minnesota, and Ohio. Alaska views include Indians.

 
Pacific Sociological Association Records

The collection begins with records from 1929 when Emory Bogardus, Ph.D. of the University of Southern California founded the Pacific Sociological Association (PSA) and ends in 2008 upon the retirement of PSA Chief Executive Officer, Dean S. Dorn, Ph.D., of...

Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. oral history interviews with artists, filmmakers, curators, collectors, and critics

The collection principally comprises oral history interviews conducted from 2008 through 2012 as part of the Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. research project. Project participants conducted an extensive series of oral histories with many of Los Angeles' key artists,...

 
Pacific Steam Navigation Company minute books, 1838-1889.

Originals in: the Company's possession in Liverpool.

 
Pacific Steam Whaling Company. Photographs of San Francisco, the Arctic, and other scenes [graphic]

Contains family photos (babies, toys, pets, etc.); and family scenes in San Francisco including picnics, interior scenes, and other snapshots. Also scenes of whaling ships in the Arctic Sea, some nature scenes and outdoor activities. Includes photographs of Artic Oil...

 
Pacific Telegraph Company accounts, 1865-1866.

Account book, removed from W.A. Carter Papers, "of all Expences on Repairs of Line west of Laramie. D.T.," October, 1865-April, 1866.

 
Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company file of correspondence and records, Accounting Dept. : San Francisco, 1920-1931.

Copies of letters, orders and related material, kept chiefly by I.C. Cassasa, division accountant.

 
"Pacific Vision: The Asia/Pacific Scholars Program at Stanford University" [videorecording]

This film profiles several scholars as they debate in seminars, get together at social events, and travel on field trips.

 
Pacific Workshop on German Affairs proceedings

Relates to the theme of "The German Search for Role and Identity," including consideration of political, social and economic aspects of both East and West Germany.

 
Pacifica Foundation Publicity Brochures and Papers

Documents on Pacifica Foundation, with emphasis on KPFA-FM in Berkeley, California. Primarily printed articles about KPFA, programming schedules, information flyers and publicity materials....

 
Pacifica Radio sampler : Berkeley Calif., 1984 May.

Volume contains photocopies of papers selected from KPFA, Berkeley, files, by Vera S. Hopkins, retired staff member, to document the founding, development and problems of listener sponsored radio, 1946-1984. Emphasis on early history and on KPFA. Table of contents included....

 
Pacifico (freighter) records

The Pacifico (freighter) records (SAFR 14281, HDC 73) consist of correspondence, an agreement, a bond payment received by John Leale, and court papers dating 1921 to 1922 and 1924. The records include claims for service performed by D. Dorward, Jr....

 
Pacifism Collection

Collection consists of mimeographed and printed newsletters, journal issues, brochures, programs, announcements, correspondence, meeting minutes, and ephemera....

 
Packard (Martin) papers

In the late 1940s and early 50s, physicist Martin Packard made significant contributions to the emerging field of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) technology at Stanford University. Packard was later employed by Varian Associates, where he became head of the analytical...

 
Packard, Walter E. (Walter Eugene) Photographs from the Walter Eugene Packard papers [graphic]

Collection of family pictures includes family portraits, school pictures of Packard grandchildren, etc. One portrait, which includes Emma Lou Packard, is captioned "four generations of Packards."

 
Packard (Walter Eugene) Papers

The collection is organized into nine series: Correspondence; Projects; Projects, post-retirement; Writings, manuscripts; Writings, printed; Newspaper clippings and press; Personalia; Emma Lou (Leonard) Packard papers; and Other family papers. The correspondence includes both outgoing and incoming letters. Outgoing correspondence is...

 
Packard-Gouzigian letters

Letters exchanged between members of the Packard family and members of the Markar Gouzigian family, and letters from others received by both families, relating to the immigration of Armenian refugees to the United States. Includes letters from an Armenian serving...

 
Packenham (Robert A.) papers

Writings, correspondence, notes, interview transcripts and sound recordings, and printed matter, relating to economic development and dependency theory, American foreign aid, and political and economic development in Brazil.

 
Packer (Herbert L.) Papers

The papers primarily contain correspondence, but also include articles, drafts, conference materials, financial records, and administrative files. Subjects include Packer's academic career at Yale and Stanford; his research and writing on the Alger Hiss trial; the government witness project undertaken...

 
Packer (Nancy) Collection

The Nancy Packer Collection consists of two sets of recordings: an interview with Herbert Packer, and lectures by Leon Lipson. Both were taped at Stanford University in 1969.

 
Packer (Nancy Huddlestone) Stanford Interviews and Notes

Collection contains notes from interviews with various Stanford professors and administrators pertaining largely to the academic history of Stanford post World War II and her unpublished typescript article on Stanford’s history.

 
Packet of Mexican documents, circa 1913-1926.

Portfolio cover title: Consulado de la Republica Dominicana.

 
Packing pineapples Oahu, Hawaii, and a view of the Palace Hotel Court, San Francisco, Cal. [graphic].

Three field workers pack stacks of pineapples into crates as a supervisor looks on. An elevated plank walk or irrigation flume cuts across the field. The view of San Francisco's Palace Hotel court is taken from the corner of the...

 
Packman (Ana B. de) Papers

Ana Bégué de Packman (1882-1973) served as Secretary of the Historical Society of Southern California from the 1930s through the 1950s. The collection consists of Packman's photographs, newspaper articles, manuscripts, genealogies, maps, ephemera, and correspondence pertaining to the history of...

 
Pacoima Revitalization, Inc. Collection

In 1978, a social service agency, Pacoima Revitalization, Inc. (PRI) was created by Los Angeles City Councilman Bob Ronka as a non-profit public corporation to help revitalize the City of Pacoima, California. The Pacoima Revitalization, Inc. Collection documents the organization's...

 
Pactolus (bark) logbook

The Pactolus (bark) logbook (SAFR 16500, HDC 222) records 1908 weather, climate, course and remarks on incidents and activities for a number of voyages between San Francisco and Port Townsend while involved in the lumber trade. The volume also includes...

 
Paden (Irene D.) Papers

The Paden papers consist of notes, research materials, and portions of the drafts of her three books. They are contained in seven manuscript boxes (3 linear ft.), the first four of which contain 18 ringbinders of notes, quotations, and transcripts...

 
Paderewska (Helena) memoirs

Relates to activities of Ignace Paderewski from 1910 to 1920, Poland during World War I, and the Paris Peace Conference and establishment of Polish independence.

 
Paderewski (Ignace J.) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating primarily to the establishment of an independent Polish state, the Paris Peace Conference, Polish politics in the interwar period, the occupation of Poland during World War II, and the musical...

 
Paderewski Testimonial Fund Records

Reports, correspondence, press releases, financial records, printed matter, and photographs, relating to relief activities carried on by the Fund and by the Paderewski Hospital in Edinburgh, Scotland.

 
Padgett (Ron) Papers

Ron Padgett (1942- ) was a poetry workshop instructor at St. Mark's-in-the-Bowery, New York City (1968-69), poet in various New York City Poets in the Schools programs (1969-76), writer in the community, South Carolina Arts Commission (1976-78), director of St....

 
Padgett (Ron) Two Stories for Andy Warhol

Mimeograph typescript with holograph title page....

 
Padgette, Paul. Photographs from the Paul Padgette collection of American and English writers [graphic].

Anagram Bookshop storefront and interiors, Paul Pagette in his bookstore, and Baltimore bookbinder Irving Paxton at work.

 
Padilla (Amado M.) papers

The collection includes professional papers (performance, interim, financial and evaluation reports for various education programs, bilingual meta analysis coding forms, demo projects, related materials, photocopies of articles, etc.) as well as Padilla's collections from both the Spanish Speaking Mental Health...

 
Padilla collection of California photographs [graphic].

Views include many of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906; Lake Tahoe and vicinity; industry, oil terminals, and rail yards in Richmond, Calif. Also included are: the Emanuel Sisterhood, California Missions, Yosemite, redwoods, sequoias and "McEwan's Tract", San...

 
Padnick (Glenn) script files

Glenn Padnick was one of the founders of Castle Rock Entertainment. During his career Padnick oversaw the activities of many television shows, but may be best known for his work on the television program, The collection consists of script files,...

 
Padrones : Nueva Vizcaya, Mexico, 1786-1821.

Census tables and reports for Valle de la Cienega de los Olivos, 1786; for the Corps of Dragoons in the jurisdiction of Chihuahua, 1787; for the parish of San Francisco Javier de Satebo and the mission of Santiago de Bobonoyaba,...

 
Padve (Martha) Papers

Martha Padve was involved in the Southern California art community as a trustee of the Pasadena Art Museum (1967-74), co-chairman for the building fund for the Norton Simon Museum of Art (1968-70), chairman of the Pasadena Planning Commission (1973-81), developer...

 
Padve (Martha) papers on the Crystal Cove Historic District

This collection comprises the personal papers of Martha Padve, a former resident of Crystal Cove, California and member of the Crystal Cove Residents' Association Executive Committee. The collection includes correspondence, reports and proposals, leases, financial records, newsletters, memoranda, clippings, photographs,...

 
PAET Flight Project Binders

This collection consists of two binders of material related to the Planetary Atmosphere Experiments Test (PAET) Project. The first, which was compiled by PAET Project Manager David E. Reese, primarily contains logistical documents for the flight, including pre-flight test data...

 
Paetow, Louis John Papers concerning the California State Historical Association, 1922-1924.

Chiefly carbon copies of letters sent. A few letters received, reports and organizational papers included.

 
Pagano (Darlene) Papers

The collection includes manuscripts and correspondence documenting the publication of the book "Against Sadomasochism" and materials relating to the conflicts among collective members of A Woman's Place Bookstore which ultimately led to the lock-out of four members in 1982.

 
Page (Arthur R.) Collection

The Arthur R. Page collection includes photographs, baseball programs, and newspaper clippings documenting the baseball and military career of Arthur R. Page, one of the first African American baseball players to play on integrated baseball clubs in the United States...

 
Page, Bacon & Co. records, 1851-1863.

Includes notices of protest for non-payment of notes, signed by H.H. Haight, E.V. Joice and Frank Turk, 1851-1855; draft and renewal of partnership, 1854-1855; power of attorney from Charles Dana; power of attorney to David Hoadley; judgment in case Stanford...

 
Page, Bacon & Co. records, 1854-1856.

Includes early checks, bills of exchange and deposit receipts, mainly from their San Francisco office.

 
Page (Benjamin M.), "Mineral Resources on Stanford Land, A Preliminary Report"

Typescript report on mineral, water, and oil resources on Stanford land by Benjamin M. Page, Stanley N. Davis, Frank W. Atchley, L. Trowbridge Grose, John W. Harbaugh, and Charles F. Park, Jr.; with related correspondence of Park and university president...

 
Page (Benjamin M.) Papers

Papers include correspondence, minutes, budgets, class notes, course files, student papers, reports, maps, and research files and pertain to his activities as professor, department administrator, and scientist. Some papers relate to his work with the Advisory Committee on Reactor Safeguards...

 
Page (Charles R.) Papers

Correspondence, memoranda, minutes of meetings, and miscellanea, relating to the work of the U.S. Shipping Board in regulating shipping rates and practices, allocation of ships, recruitment of seamen, and claims for insurance. Includes correspondence with Edward N. Hurley and Joseph...

 
Page (Donald W.) Papers

Donald William Page, born in on October 12, 1884, spent much of his career in Mexico, Ecuador, Spain, Portugal, and other countries. During World War I, he served as a captain in the United States Army Corps of Engineers and...

 
Page (Ernest W.) Papers Relating to Albert Abrams, M.D.

The papers relating to Albert Abrams, M.D. include correspondence, photographs, pamphlets, manuscript drafts, original envelopes of Albert Abrams' diagnoses, photocopies of draft manuscript House of Miracles, fictionalized biography of Albert Abrams, M.D. by Dr. Page. Gift of Dr. Page, received...

 
Page (Frank Copeland) clipping collection

Relates to the death of Lord Horatio Herbert Kitchener, British general and secretary of state for war. Clippings from British newspapers and periodicals.

 
Page, John Letters : to his wife, Narcissia, 1862.

Two holograph letters written to his wife regarding camp life and requesting that she write about how the crops are doing.

 
Page (Joseph A.) papers

Writings, printed matter, and photocopies of United States Department of State documents released under the Freedom of Information Act, relating to Juan Perón, the Peronist political movement in Argentina, and relations between the United States and Argentina. Used as research...

 
Page Mill Road Co-ordinating Committee Records

Correspondence, committee meeting minutes, news clippings, flyers, photographs, blue prints, and publications....

 
Page Mothers Conference Tapes

Video- and audiotapes of a conference on innovative writing by American women. Organized by Fanny Howe and Rae Armantrout, the conference took place on March 5-6, 1999 at UCSD. The audiotapes include the entire conference proceedings, including poetry readings by...

 
Pageler (Donald Wayne) papers

Interview transcript, personnel records, and photographs, relating to the Israeli naval and air attack on the American naval intelligence ship Liberty on 8 June 1967.

 
Pages from an orderly book : Headquarters. Army of Occupation, Texas and Mexico : DS, 1848 May 2-Dec. 20.

Copies of orders and court martial records, written at various headquarters points, principally Mexico and the mouth of the Rio Grande in Texas. Signed by 2nd Lieut. Daniel M. Beltzhoover.

 
Pages from assay book : San Francisco, 1859-1879.

Records of payments signed by various individuals.

Paget-Fredericks (Joseph Rous) Dance Collection

The Paget-Fredericks Dance Collection contains roughly 2,000 original drawings, paintings, photographs and pieces of memorabilia that date from ca. 1913 to ca. 1945.

 
Paget-Fredericks, Joseph Rous Scrapbooks of original art for The paisley unicorn and Coconina and Pantaloni [graphic] /

Chiefly pen and ink illustrations for children's stories by Paget-Fredericks, along with ephemera, annotations, and typed notes with biographical information and quotations from reviews of the artist's work. Also includes a printed promotional poster for the San Francisco Players' Guild's...

 
Paget-Fredericks (Jospeh Rous) Papers

The Joseph Rous Paget-Fredericks Papers consist primarily of materials relating to his extensive involvement in the art and dance world of the 1920s and 1930s. Although the collection extends from 1893-1963, the bulk of materials date from 1924 to 1962,...

 
Pahlavi archive, circa 700-1100 CE.

Texts and fragments of texts on parchment, leather, and textiles; clay bullae (document seals) and miscellaneous objects. Bullae and objects are housed in 17 flat plastic specimen containers (boxes 27-43), 34 x 22 x 6 cm.

 
Pai Hsien-Yung Collection

The Pai Hsien-Yung Collection was donated by the author to the UCSB Department of Special Collections in 1997. It includes an extensive assortment of printed works, literary manuscripts and other material relating to his novels and short stories as well...

 
Paik (Irvin) papers

The Irvin Paik papers include correspondence, article typescripts, subject files, scripts, photographs, news clippings, slides, and audiotapes created by television and film editor Irvin Paik during a period (early 1970s) when he was actively involved in several organizations (East-West Players,...

 
Paillat (Claude) papers

Acquired in 2008, the Claude Paillat papers in the Hoover Institution Archives represent a substantial documentary resource on modern French history. At present, they are the single largest collection relating to France in the holdings of the archives. The large...

 
Paine (Charles and Barbara) Collection

Consists of incoming correspondence from Miriam Patchen, painted books, signed and unsigned books, and miscellany printed ephemera produced by poet-novelist Kenneth Patchen.

 
Paint and Varnish Ephemera Collection

The collection contains pamphlets on paint and varnish materials and procedures.

 
Painted Rock Pictograph Collection

This collection contains four India ink drawings from tracings made of the original pictographs found on the formation known as the Painted Rock (La Piedra Pintada; also called the Carisa Rock), located on the Carrizo Plain in eastern San Luis...

 
Painter (Charlotte) Papers

The Charlotte Painter papers, including manuscripts, reviews of her books and correspondence, are arranged around the publication of her major works, preserving her own organization. A bibliography of Painter's work has been included at the beginning of this guide. An...

 
Paintings and sketches by Mrs. Charles Fremont Pond [graphic]

Primarily California landscapes and a few portraits. Includes 2 photographs of oil paintings by Pond.

 
Paintings and sketches [graphic] /

Includes portraits (5 of Joaquin Miller), landscapes, and nature scenes.

 
Paintings by Gelett Burgess [graphic]

Paintings are very colorful, in most cases fully populated, with one or more inhuman, mythical, or imaginary creatures.

 
Paintings of California flowers [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
Paisin (Alice H.) B'nai B'rith Collection

The collection consists of newsletters, photographs, scrapbook contents, newspaper clippings, a ceremonial banner, and a banquet cloth. Materials are from both the Birdie Stodel Chapter and the Bay City Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women....

 
Pajaro Valley Oil Company Records

Business papers and clippings from the Pajaro Valley Oil Company, 1901-1902.

 
Pakula (Alan J.) papers

Alan J. Pakula papers span the years 1950-1998 and encompass approximately 90 linear feet. The collection consists largely of scripts and production material for films produced and directed by Pakula, as well as photographs. The photograph series consists of prints,...

 
Pal Geher interview : oral history transcript, 2003.

Interview with Deputy Secretary of State in the Ministry of Health in the Hungarian government discussing medicine and politics in Hungary during and after the Communist regime.

 
Pal (George) Papers

Collection consists of material related to career of animator producer director George Pal. Includes correspondence, script materials, photographs, audio recordings, publicity material, clippings, and research and development materials. Contains material representing Pal's produced films, animated shorts, and unproduced projects. Includes...

 
Pala and San Diego County, California Photograph album

Photographs of scenes of Pala and other areas of San Diego County, including four panorama photos, possibly taken by a member of a surveying crew around 1914.

 
[Palace Hotel advertising card, with a portrait of Taliesin Evans mounted on verso] [graphic].

Palace Hotel card contains a mounted photoprint of a drawing of the hotel exterior, with letterpress advertising text. The diminutive scale of pedestrians and steet traffic emphasizes the building's size. The carte de visite portrait on verso is of Taliesin...

 
Palace Hotel and Nob Hill views [graphic]

:1 Palace Hotel, San Francisco, Cal. -- :2 Palace Hotel, San Francisco Cal. (variant with several figures on corner) -- :3 Nob Hill from Telegraph Hill, San Francisco, Cal. (No. 117)

 
Palace Hotel Records

Contains daily schedules and reservations, and employee time sheets. The daily schedules and reservations detail banquets, meetings, weddings, parties and also the first meetings of the United Nations in 1945. Details include menus and seating charts. There are also daily...

 
Palache, Charles Photographs from Palache's Six weeks in the saddle [graphic] : a trip to Stockton in ... July and August 1889.

Views of a trip to Hetch Hetchy, Yosemite, Mono Lake, Mariposa Big Trees and other areas in the Sierra Nevada. Photos depict roadside scenery, men in camps, horses, hiking, etc.

 
Palacio (Ricardo) Letter

Holograph letter conferring power upon Blancarte to advance acquisition of the title to the lands of the Mision de santa Catarina in Baja California in the name of Plalacio....

 
Palei (Ol'ga Valerianovna (Karnovich), kniaginia) typescript

Relates to the Russian Revolution and Civil War. Memoirs published.

 
Paleolog (Sergei N.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, and memoranda, relating to Russian refugees in Yugoslavia after the Russian Revolution and Civil War and the Board of the Government Plenipotentiary for the Settlement of Russian Refugees in Yugoslavia

 
Palestine resistance movement through 30 June 1970 typescript

Relates to the organization and activities of Palestine liberation and resistance movements in the Middle East, 1947-1970. Photocopy.

 
Palii (P. N.) writings

Relates to Russian prisoners in German prison camps during World War II, and to the Russkaia Osvoboditel'naia Armiia.

Palisades Historical Image Collection

The collection illustrates the history of Pacific Palisades with historical photographs, postcards and other visual records.

 
Palitsyn (Fedor Fedorovich) memoirs

Memoirs, entitled Perezhitoe, 1916-1918 (1918), and Zapiski Generala F. Palitsyna (1921), relating to Russian military activities during World War I, and to White Russian military activities during the Russian Civil War.

 
Palmer and McBryde Papers

Correspondence, contracts, bills and estimates relating to Palmer and McBryde's construction of the Stanford Stadium (1921) and reconstruction of the stadium stands (1925, 1927).

 
Palmer Cox Collection, 1871-1924.

32 letters written to Alice F. (Mrs. John) Daggett of northern California between 1871 and 1924. Includes other correspondence, clippings, pen and ink art originals on paper, "Address to the Citizens of East Quogue, Long Island, New York," and "The...

 
Palmer (Edward) Manuscript Collection

Edward Palmer (1829-1911) was born in Norfolkshire, England, but became known for his field work in the United States as a field naturalist, ethnobotony, and archaeology of the Southwest and Mexico. This collection of papers includes hand-written manuscripts, research notes,...

 
Palmer Family Papers

The collection contains correspondence and memorabilia of the Palmer Family. The correspondence, written during the mid to late nineteenth century, discusses the Civil War and family matters in Ohio and South Carolina. Transcriptions of most of the letters are also...

 
Palmer Family Papers

Henry Austin Palmer came to California in 1862 and was employed in a banking and assay office in Folsom until 1864, and then spent a year in assaying in Michigan Bluff. He became the first cashier of the Union National...

 
Palmer (Jeff) "Bodyscapes" Exhibit Photographs

Jeff Palmer's "Bodyscapes - Studies of the Human Figure in Light & Shadow" exhibit photographs in an As We Are (AWA) sponsored event at the Mondrian Hotel on December 5, 1993. Photographs date from 1989-1993.

 
Palmer (Lillian and Herbert) William Hogarth Engravings Collection

William Hogarth was a famous English painter, printmaker, satirist and editorial cartoonist who lived during the early 18 century. The collection consists of 19 prints of engravings by or in the style of Hogarth, including the full series, .

 
Palmer, (Lucy) typescript

Relates to conditions in civilian internment camps in the Japanese-occupied Philippines during World War II. Includes computer disk version.

 
Palmer (Theodore S.) Collection

Death Valley (Calif.), The Jayhawker Party of '49, Antelope, Owens and San Joaquin Valleys

 
Palmerlee (Charles) Papers

Charles Palmerlee was a high school teacher at the Tule Lake War Relocation Authority center in Newell, California, during World War II. This collection contains correspondence, booklets, news clippings, ephemera, and typescript. It also contains images, moving images, a color...

 
Palo Alto Ranch Employee Time Records

Time record notebook for employees on Palo Alto Ranch, maintained by J. C. Conway. Includes records for named employees and the hours spent on specific Quad construction jobs during March 1892.

 
Palo Alto Stock Farm Records

Records of Leland Stanford's Santa Clara county property, the Palo Alto Stock Farm (devoted to the breeding and training of trotting horses) and Tehama County property, the Vina Ranch (primarily a vineyard and winery with some horse breeding facilities.) Includes...

 
Palo Alto-Stanford Hospital Collection

Collection consists of two parts. The first pertains to Stanford's acquisition of Palo Alto's share of the hospital and includes correspondence, legal documents, financial reports, and floor plans, 1951-1966. The second part consists of scrapbooks and clippings, 1938-1960, on the...

 
Palomar Monthly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends Collection

The collection consists of one 16mm reel of microfilm containing meeting minutes, correspondence, press releases, and clippings....

Palomar Observatory motion pictures collection

A collection of films showing the construction and operation of the 200-inch Hale Telescope at Palomar Observatory, Palomar Mountain, California. This instrument was the world's largest effective telescope for 45 years (1948-1993). The collection includes footage of the transportation, grinding...

 
Palomar Observatory photographs [graphic]

Interior and exterior views of Palomar Observatory and telescope, including an aerial view of the region.

 
Palomar y Vizcarra, Miguel. Letter to Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy : and related materials. Mexico : LS, 1962 July 31.

Sent with copy of his book, Los Cristeros del Volcan de Colima. Refers to the visit of the Kennedys to Mexico, and discusses the problems of the church in Mexico, and U.S. policies in regard to these problems. With this:...

 
Palomino (Ernesto R.) Papers

The contents of the Ernesto R. Palomino Papers reflect the development of a Chicano artist from his 1950s era beginnings as a Mexican American youth through his active participation in the Chicano cultural movement of the 1970s and 1980s. The...

Palos Verdes Library District Local History Collection

Palos Verdes Library District's photograph collection includes images of historical interest to the Palos Verdes Peninsula and surrounding Los Angeles County area. Images document schools, churches, lighthouses, residential, and public buildings. Famous locations include Wayfarer's Chapel, La Venta Inn, Marine...

 
Palumbo (Anthony L.) papers

Reports, studies, statistics, minutes, agenda, charts, correspondence, and memoranda, relating to law enforcement and administration of criminal justice in California during the gubernatorial administration of Ronald Reagan (1967-1974).

 
Pamela Israel papers, 1975-1985.

Includes field notes, course notes, unpublished papers, index cards, and audio tapes, as well as annotated articles on ethnicity, social change, social theory, phonology, and linguistics in South and Central America, and Israel's master's thesis on Uspantan, Guatemala, and her...

 
Pamela Platt Gregory papers, 1864-1913 (bulk 1864-1883).

Personal letters from Gregory and Platt family members providing numerous details on family members and friends. Arranged chronologically. Handwritten letters (24), essays (2), with typewritten transcripts [some original letters missing] includes a photocopy photograph of Pamela Platt Gregory with handwritten...

 
Pamela Walker papers, 1975-1992.

Contains information on publicity for the disabled including guidelines, publicity packets and clippings. Subjects include education on understanding handicaps and the disabled in the Arts.

Pamphlet Maps Collection

Collection consists of hundreds of pamphlet maps of various places around the world.

 
Pamphlets on agriculture and horticulture.

Desaive. De l'organisation de l'agriculture en Belgique.--Kickx, J. Description d'une nouvelle espèce fluviatile du genre mytilus.--Fournier de Saint-Martin. Du tableau historique ... des Pays-Bas.--Substances.--Mareska, J. Travail et condition physique ... des ouvriers ... à Gand.--Cendre fertilisante.--Barton, John. Géographie des plantes.--Muller,...

 
Pamphlets on agriculture and horticulture.

Desaive. De l'organisation de l'agriculture en Belgique.--Kickx, J. Description d'une nouvelle espèce fluviatile du genre mytilus.--Fournier de Saint-Martin. Du tableau historique ... des Pays-Bas.--Substances.--Mareska, J. Travail et condition physique ... des ouvriers ... à Gand.--Cendre fertilisante.--Barton, John. Géographie des plantes.--Muller,...

 
Pan American Exposition (Buffalo, NY, 1901) Scrapbooks

Scrapbooks contain photogravure and/or rotogravure pictures, some ticket stubs and programs from the Exposition.

 
Pan American League of San Diego

This collection contains materials related to the Pan American League of San Diego and its administrative processes from founding in 1936 through 1981.

 
Pan American Society (USA), San Francisco Chapter Papers

The papers of the Pan American Society (1928-1965) consist of correspondence, financial and membership records, publicity, photographs, educational materials and memorabilia....

 
Pan-African Congress miscellaneous records

Reports, declarations, resolutions, speeches, and leaflets, relating to the Pan-African movement, colonialism, and worldwide diaspora of Africans. Includes printed matter about the congress, collected by Alma Robinson and Charles Ogletree.

 
Panama Canal / Southwest U.S. / Europe Photograph Album

Photograph album, apparently of a family's 1926 travels, containing 250+ black/white snapshots of various locations - Panama Canal, Texas, New Mexico, Grand Canyon, and Europe. Includes shots of ships and locks (Panama Canal); Elliott family and oil wells (Brady, Texas);...

 
Panama Canal Picture Postcard Collection

The collection contains 77 picture postcards, most in color with printed captions, ca. 1908-1910. Included are images of Gatun Locks, Culebra Cut, Miraflores Locks, Pedro Miguel Locks, Cristobal, Ancon Hospital, Empire Bridge, Panama City, Naos Island, and the Pacific Coast...

 
Panama Mail Steamship Company operations receipts

Panama Mail Steamship Company operations receipts, 1933 (SAFR 23142, HDC 1644) is comprised of bills of sale and receipts from suppliers to Grace Line (W. R. Grace & Co.) and its subsidiary, Panama Mail Steamship Company. Most of the reciepts...

 
Panama (Norman) papers

The Norman Panama papers span the years 1929-1998 (bulk 1945-1986) and encompass 9.9 linear feet. The collection consists primarily of Panama's scripts for many of his productions from the late 1940s through the late 1960s....

 
Panama Pacific International Exposition and Yosemite camping views [graphic]

Snapshots of the P.P.I.E. grounds, and views of scenery and camp life in Yosemite. Includes photos of a group of young men and women on hikes, in camp, taking photographs, riding a motorcycle, etc.

 
Panama Pacific International Exposition Pictorial Miscellany

Chiefly panoramic or birdseye views of the expostion grounds and of crowds or organized groups attending special events or dedicated days of the exposition. Many such days are focused upon organized professional or trade groups or upon visiting individuals....

 
Panama Pacific International Exposition Records

The Panama Pacific International Exposition Records consist of the official records from the offices of the world's fair held in San Francisco, California in 1915. The bulk of the records range in date from 1911, when San Francisco was...

 
Panama Pacific International Expostion, 1915, San Francisco Collection

San Francisco hosted the Panama Pacific International Exposition in 1915. Officials from the Exposition printed postcards for the tourists who visited the Exposition. Because San Francisco suffered a major earthquake in 1906; and the earthquake destroyed many buildings, the postcards...

 
Panama Subject Collection

The collection contains guidebooks, maps, canal zone publications, and postcard albums relating to Panama from the early 20th century.

 
Panama-California Exposition Administrative Collection

This collection contains materials related to the planning and execution of the Panama-California Exposition held in San Diego in 1915-1916.

 
Panamanian Subject Collection

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, election campaign literature, bulletins, reports, and studies, relating primarily to political conditions and elections in Panama, the Panama Canal, relations between Panama and the United States, and the American invasion of Panama in 1989.

 
Panama-Pacific Exposition Collection, 1915

Photos from the 1915 Pan-Pacific Exposition in San Francisco.

Panama-Pacific International Exposition - Photographs

The Photographs of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition collection contains 31 photographic prints of the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition taken by the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition.

Panama-Pacific International Exposition, 1915 - Views

The Views of the Panama Pacific International Exposition albums contain 462 photographic prints taken by William Hood of the Cardinell-Vincent Company, the official photographers of the Exposition. The albums document in great detail the structures and grounds of the Panama-Pacific...

 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition architectural drawings : blueprints, 1913-1914.

Drawings principally for the utility systems of the following structures: California Building (Thomas H. Burditt and George W. Kelham); Court of the Four Seasons (Henry Bacon); Festival Hall (Robert David Farquhar); Fine Arts Building (Bernard R. Maybeck); Horticulture Building (Bakewell...

 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition glass negatives [graphic].

Negatives depict events, exhibits, buildings and grounds of the Panama-Pacific International Exposition held in San Francisco in 1915. Especially noteworthy subjects include automobiles and the airplane shows of stunt pilot Art Smith. Other subjects include guns, deep-sea diving equipment, bicycles,...

 
Panama-Pacific International Exposition views [graphic]

Views show the construction of various buildings used for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, Calif.

Pan-American Exposition Photograph Collection, 1901

Contains 36 photographs of the Pan-American Exposition, including candid snapshots of the Midway and various concessionaires, street views of the Exposition, and prominent buildings, including the Electric Tower. The photographer is unknown. Also included are two souvenir books: and ,...

 
Pan-American Union. Special Neutrality Commission miscellaneous records

Minutes of meetings, memoranda, declarations, and press releases, relating to interruption of South American commerce by belligerents during World War I.

 
Panjandrum Press records, circa 1970-1990.

Contains publishing contracts, correspondence, manuscripts, reviews, business records, poems, etc.

 
Pannwitz (Heinz) typescript

Relates to the assassination of the Nazi official R. Heydrich in Prague in 1942, and to the subsequent German investigation. Original memoir written in 1959. Photocopy.

 
Panorama (north from Call Building), San Francisco, Cal. postcard

A single black-and-white postcard captioned "Panorama (north from Call Building), San Francisco, Cal."

 
[Panorama of Honolulu, Hawaii] [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
 
[Panorama of San Francisco from California St. hill] [graphic].

Detailed 360 degree panoramic view in mammoth plate format, taken from the roof of the Mark Hopkins residence on Nob Hill.

 
Panorama of San Francisco [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
[Panorama of the foreign settlement, Kobe, Japan] [graphic].

360 degree panorama, from a rooftop, of neighborhood near harbor with colonial architecture. Young planted trees line the streets. Rickshaws and occasional human figures are visible in largely empty streets. Tile workers are on some rooftops. A British flag flies...

 
Panorama Postcards Collection

Collection consists of panoramic postcards, primarily from California. Also includes cards from the United States, Italy, Canada, Hong Kong and Panama. ...

 
Panorama, San Diego

Taken sometime during the last decade of the nineteenth century?...

 
[Panoramas of Manzanillo, Mexico] [graphic].

Two panoramas of Manzanillo, Mexico, both showing harbor, boats and sailing ships on the bay, and early housing on beach and among hills in the background. The presumed earlier panorama was taken from slightly elevated vantage point; the later one...

 
Panoramic Hill Association records, 1952-1999.

Contains by-laws, meeting minutes, correspondence, clippings, plot maps, newsletter (Panoramic Hill News) and other materials relating to planning & zoning regulations and other aspects of community life in the Panoramic Hill area. Much of the material documents their interaction with...

 
Panoramic Photographs collection

Collection consists of black and white panoramic photographs; subject matter is mostly California and the Western United States.

 
Panoramic photographs of San Francisco after the earthquake and fire of 1906 [graphic] /

:1 No. 51 Business District of San Francisco [prior to the earthquake, probably taken from the roof of Shreve & Co., at Grant and Post Streets] :2 The Burning city - San Francisco. 10 a.m. April 18,1906 [taken from the...

 
Panoramic photographs of Southwestern mining regions [graphic].

Views of the towns or vicinities of Miami (Arizona?), Oatman (Arizona), Kelvin, Metcalf, Morenci (Arizona?) and unidentified locales. All appear to be Southwestern arid landscapes, and they were photographed by Los Angeles-based photographers. 23 views are in panoramic formats, and...

 
Panoramic pictures of Denali (Mount McKinely), Alaska from the Sierra Club Foundation records [graphic].

Panoramic images of Denali (Mount McKinley) and adjacent mountain range.

 
Panteleieff (Maxim) Papers

Clippings, flyers, and photographs, relating to the Russian Art Grand Opera Company.

 
Pantiukhov (Oleg Ivanovich) papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, military documents, personnel lists, maps, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian participation in World War I, the Russian Revolution, and activities of His Majesty's 1st Rifle Household Troops Regiment during this period and subsequently in emigration.

 
Pantothenic Acid Patent Rights Collection.

Correspondence, financial papers, and legal documents regarding patent rights to pantothenic acid and beta-alanine invented jointly by Thomas Jukes, Sidney H. Babcock, Jr., and Bernard R. Baker under the auspices of the University of California.

 
Panunzio (Constantine) Collection of Material on Japanese American Internment

The collection consists of Professor Constantine Panuzio's collection of printed materials such as articles, clippings, newsletters, pamphlets and reports relating to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.

 
Panunzio (Constantine M.) Papers

The Constantine Maria Panunzio papers contain significant materials relating to the Mussolini dictatorship in Italy and the aftermath of fascist rule in the country at the end of World War II. As a sociologist whose primary research focus was on...

 
Panza (Giuseppe) Papers

Collection documents the Italian businessman's activities in collecting works by some of the seminal American artists involved with abstract expressionist, pop, minimal, conceptual, environmental, and light and space art. The archive contains material dating from 1956, when Panza began collecting....

 
Panzram (Carl) Papers

The document Panzram’s experience in America’s prison system as well as his reflections on and assessment of his own violent behavior. The collection includes Panzram’s handwritten autobiographical manuscript, photocopies of annotated typescript of the manuscript, correspondence between Lesser and Panzram,...

 
Papé (Frank Cheyne) Letters and drawings

Letters and invoices (1929-1931) written or directed to Alwyn J. Scheuer. The letters concern orders for illustrations, prices, and shipping. The collection also includes 194 drawings by Papé, illustrations for seven works published between 1921 and 1930....

 
Papan (Lou) Papers

Lou Papan was a man of many names. Born Elias Papandricoupolos to Greek immigrant parents; called "The Enforcer" for his tendency to punish recalcitrant members with smaller staffs and offices; called "Leadfoot Lou" for the speeding tickets he received...

 
Pape (Robin) photographs

Depicts Japanese military forces on maneuvers.

 
Papeles de los Gobernadores de la Alta California : official Papers of the Governors of Alta California, 1804-1846, 1937.

A bound collection of eighteen original proclamations, letters, and other official papers of the Spanish and Mexican Governors of California between 1804 and 1846. The documents are mounted with typewritten English translations mounted on opposite pages; with a title page...

 
Papeles relativos a la Comandancia General de las Provincias Internas de Occidente : Durango, Mexico, 1820.

Letter to the Ayuntamiento of San Buenaventura, August 29, 1820, and proclamation, September 9, 1820, of a royal decree dated April 22, 1820, concerning rights and privileges of the Indians.

 
Papeles Varios Compuestos por el Ex[celentisi] mo Yll[ustrisi] mo S[en]or Campillo, [1542-1804]

Copies of letters, reports, decrees, and miscellaneous papers relating principally to ecclesiastical affairs, compiled by Gonzalez del Campillo, including material composed by him either as Bishop of Puebla or in an earlier subordinate capacity. Written for the most part in...

 
Papeles varios de todo Genero de Poesia : Salamanca, Spain : ms.S, 1789 Apr. 9.

A poetical miscellany, all authors anonymous; assembled and transcribed by Vara.

 
Papeles varios shelf list : ms., [ca. 1870-1890]

Numerical listing by original volume, of contents of series of works, chiefly pamphlets, 1653-1873, so designated in H.H. Bancroft Collection.

 
Papen (Franz von) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, speech transcripts, and photographs, relating to German politics, requests of office-seekers, and the last will of President Paul von Hindenburg. Includes letters to Major General Paul X. Kelley, United States Marine Corps.

 
Papers concerning the Filibuster War : Nicaragua, [1851-1858]

Originals and contemporary copies. Include letters and documents from William Walker, Bruno Von Natzmer, Francisco de Castellon, Trinidad Cabanas, and Maximo Jerez; petition from citizens of Granada in 1855 requesting that General Ponciano Corral's death sentence be commuted; certification of...

 
Papers concerning the Oakland Gold Mining Company, 1878-1907.

Two stock certificates issued to Mrs. C.A. Bramlett; letters concerning the company from the California Dept. of State, July-Nov., 1907. One signed by John Hoesch for C.F. Curry, Secretary of State; the other by Lew A. Norton, License Superintendent.

 
Papers concerning volume of autographs of California pioneers, 1909-1925 /

Letters from Ora Oak to Joseph C. Rowell, Henry Morse Stephens and others; receipt for the volume from the Bancroft Library; letter from Everett L. Perry; printed propectus and table of contents included.

 
Papers documenting the Richfield Building

The papers documenting the Richfield Building span 8 linear feet and date from 1928 to 1967. This collection documents the Richfield Building on the corner of 6th and Flower Street in downtown Los Angeles primarily through photographs, correspondence concerning the...

 
Papers of various mining companies operating in Goldfield, Nevada, 1904-1925.

Chiefly records of Edward S. Van Dyck, Albert S. and Edward C. Watson, agents and promoters, concerning the Jumbo Extension, Vernal, Florence Goldfield and Manhattan Mining companies, the Topak-Keystone Mining and Milling Co., and other mining ventures.

 
Papers on American literary manuscripts prepared by students for Prof. James D. Hart's American Literature seminar : University of California, Berkeley, ca. 1959-1967.

Include papers on the following: William C. Bryant, James F. Cooper, Richard H. Dana, Jr.; Ralph W. Emerson, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Sophia P. Hawthorne, Oliver W. Holmes, Henry W. Longfellow, Herman Melville, William H. Prescott, Harriet B. Stowe and Walt Whitman....

 
Papers on civilian activities in World War I : prepared for courses in California history, University of California, 1919.

Concerning Americanization projects, welfare and entertainment programs, shipbuilding, relief activities, etc.

 
Papers on European and American Printers, Illustrators, and Artists

Prepared by students in UC School of Librarianship courses in the history of the book and history of printing.

 
Papers on the Bear Flag...

Papers obtained by H.H. Bancroft for his History of California, documenting the capture and occupation of Sonoma in 1846, M.G. Vallejo's imprisonment, and events leading to his release.

 
Papers on the History of California

They relate mainly to the Donner Party, McKinstry's work as sheriff for the Sacramento District, estimates of the whites and Indians in the Sacramento Valley, and early steamboats on the Sacramento River. Included also is a pay roll of the...

 
Papers on western authors written for Prof. James D. Hart's seminars, 1957-1963.

Includes papers on Jack London, Gelett Burgess, Mary Austin, Upton Sinclair, Bret Harte, Ambrose Bierce, Robinson Jeffers, Gertrude Atherton.

 
Papers pertaining to case in California Supreme Court, Hart vs. Burnett, et al, concerning land in San Francisco, 1860.

An appeal from Superior Court, San Francisco, involving title to a number of 50-vara lots levied upon and sold by the sheriff under judgement in suit, Jesse D. Carr vs. the City (cf. 15 Calif. Reports 530)

 
Papers pertaining to claim of Andres Pico, Elias L. Beard, John M. Horner and Juan B. Alvarado to Mission San Jose lands, 1852?-1855.

Contents: Draft of brief for the United States in U.S. Land Commission Case no. 110, and typed transcript of deposition of James Alexander Forbes in the same (the later copied form records in the U.S. District Court, San Francisco)

 
Papers pertaining to the Peralta family's title to Rancho San Antonio : Alameda Co., Calif., 1818-1923.

Include photocopy of original California land grant documents now in the National Archives; transcripts of documents from U.S. Land Commission and District Court cases; abstract of title, 1887; and documents pertaining to later litigation, with related material.

 
Papers regarding grand jury indictments of Abraham Ruef, et al., in the Superior Court for San Francisco, 1907.

Include copies of true bills and transcripts of testimony before the grand jury.

 
Papers regarding Mrs. Roberton F. Williams' Willa Cather collection, [ca. 1948-1951]

Include letters from bookdealers Constance Spencer and Ben Abramson (Argus Books Inc.). Enclosure to letter (6 June 1951) from Constance Spencer: letter to her from F.B. Adams, Jr. re Alexander's Bridge, 28 May 1951.

 
Papers relating to Baja California, 1847 Sept. 27-Dec. 4.

Signed originals, copies, and drafts relating to Baja California in 1847 and primarily to the war between Mexico and the United States. Deal with military needs and maneuvers, war-time legislation, the meritorious conduct of various officers, the treachery of Francisco...

 
Papers relating to California pioneers and to California history

A few autobiographical sketches collected by Mrs. Wolfe; research notes; transcripts of letters, diaries, and articles; occassional correspondence with families of pioneers, etc. Include material relating to the following people - John Marsh, Kimball family, John Muir, George C. Yount,...

 
Papers relating to E.A. Denicke and F.A. Denicke, [ca. 1863-1919]

Diplomas, military commissions, clippings (including obituaries), memorial tributes, and other papers.

 
Papers relating to Francisco Pico's claim to the Calaveras grant, 1846-1853.

Tracings from the following original documents: petition, 1846, by Pico, with map, certified by John C. Hays, Surveyor General of the U.S. for California, and copy of grant by Pio Pico, July 11, 1846.

 
Papers relating to Healing v. Jones (Hopi-Navajo Land Claims Case), 1819-1970.

Contains testimony, reports, transcripts, findings, exhibits, notes, correspondence, and legal documents used by the Navajo Tribe's attorney, Norman Littell. There are also documents pertaining to Pueblo and other Native American tribal land claim cases.

 
Papers relating to John Wright Buckham's Book: George Holmes Howison

Includes letters written to Buckham, mainly after the publication of the book, and a few anecdotes by Buckham concerning Howison.

 
Papers relating to La Laguna Seca land grant in Santa Clara Co., Calif., 1853-1854.

Agreements (2) Oct. 17, 1853, between Juan B. A. Alvires and Isaac Saffarrans, and agreement, 1854, between James Eldredge and attorneys, E.W.F. Sloan and N.H. Davis, pertaining to suits for recovery of land granted to Juan Alvires.

 
Papers relating to land in Klamath Co., Calif., 1864-1872.

Papers concerning land purchased with Chippewa Half Breed Scrip by various individuals residing in Wisconsin and Minnesota. Includes powers of attorney to lawyer William S. Chapman, and deeds to Frank P. Hooper and John A. Hooper of California.

 
Papers relating to litigation over the wills of James G. and Charles L. Fair, 1880-1909.

Photostats of letters and documents, 1880-1894, of James G. Fair; detectives' reports on Nettie R. Craven and others; statements of various persons; copy of Marc Levingston's formal withdrawal; list of jurors; C.L. Fair's cipher book, 1890; various papers in the...

 
Papers relating to pre-emption claims for land in Los Angeles Co., Calif., 1853-1858.

Include affidavits and claims by Thomas Burdick, 1853; John G. Downey, 1854; Jose Joaquin Jimeno and Francisco de Jesus Sanchez for a portion of San Gabriel Mission, recorded by B.D. Wilson, 1857; and John Goller, 1858.

 
Papers relating to property known as the Alameda Marsh in the Oakland Estuary, 1916-1921.

Include abstracts of title compiled by the Oakland Title Insurance and Guaranty Company and the Leckie-Abraham Title Company, with abstracted documents dating from 1818 to 1912; information on the Oakland inner harbor by Edward C. Sessions; report by Otto Von...

 
Papers relating to Rancho Arroyo de las Calaveras land claim : DS, 1846 May 1 - July 20.

English translations of Spanish documents. Include Francisco Pico's request to J.A. Sutter for the land, endorsements by Sutter and Francisco Guerrero, recommendation by Manuel Castro, and approval and official grant by Pio Pico.

 
Papers relating to Stanislaus County, [ca. 1854]

Invitations to Mr. and Mrs. Newsom to the New County Ball, May 19, 1854, and to a Fourth of July cotillion; draft of resolutions concerning use of school house and duties of trustees (in the handwriting of Charles Hutchings, father...

 
Papers relating to Suscol Rancho.

Tracings from original documents re claim for ranch.

 
Papers relating to the ascent of Mt. Whitney, 1873 Sept.

Includes observations, Sept. 17-21, at Visalia, Camp Hopeful and Mt. Whitney by Clarence King; observations by Carl Rabe, Sept. 6-8, and by R.A. Loomis at Lone Pine; comparison of barometers at Cerro Gordo and San Francisco; Rabe's account of his...

 
Papers relating to the ceremonial completion of the Southern Pacific Company's linkage of the Oregon and California Railroad and the former California and Oregon Railroad at Ashland, Oregon, 1887-1958 (bulk 1887)

Transcripts of articles from the Jacksonville, Oregon, Democratic Times, December, 1887; photocopy of letter, "Chas. to Sister," Ashland, December 18, 1887; and letters from J.N. Bowman, 1958. Primarily concerns the spike driven by Charles Crocker at the ceremony.

 
Papers relating to the dedication of the Salvio Pacheco adobe, 1954.

Notice of dedication, Aug. 22, 1954; typescript of speech by Dr. George P. Hammond.

 
Papers relating to the execution of Dennis Mahoney for murder : D, 1859-1860.

Include order for execution, signed by E. Burke, judge, 13th judicial district; stays of execution signed by Governors John B. Weller and John G. Downey; and report of execution, March 9, 1860, by J.D. Griffen, sheriff, Mariposa County.

 
Papers relating to the Franklin K. Lane Memorial Fund, 1921-1939.

Correspondence relating to donations, the study of a permanent memorial, and the transfer of the fund to the University of California.

 
Papers Relating to the Jesuits in Baja California and Other Northern Regions in New Spain

Letters and reports (mostly signed originals) dealing primarily with the work of Padre Eusebio Francisco Kino and his fellow Jesuit missionaries in Baja California, Sonora, Sinaloa, and other parts of New Spain. Include histories of missions, accounts of explorations and...

 
Papers relating to the Joaquin Moraga adobe, circa 1954.

Plan and notes by Ella F. Moraga; notice of dedication, May 23, 1954; clippings.

 
Papers relating to the lawsuit of Macdonald vs. Garrison and Morgan. Court of Common Pleas : New York, 1855-1860.

Included are copies of legal documents, transcripts of testimony, papers used in evidence, correspondence relating to progress of the trial, letters from John T. Doyle, Macdonald's San Francisco attorney, and clippings concerning the trial and William Walker.

 
Papers relating to the Philippine Islands, 1857-1898.

Receipt 1896 signed by P.O. Trinidad, Juez de Paz de Macati; papers of San Pedro Macati, Manila (certificates and letterhead); YMCA card and stationary for U.S. troops in the Philippines; Gobierno General circular, July 13, 1886 (in Arabic?); Fred Baker...

 
Papers relating to the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance, 1856, 1856 May - Aug.

Include statements presented by citizens before the Committee; two letters relating to Judge David S. Terry; letter of resignation from a member, L. Joseph; letter from two citizens requesting release of a prisoner, Jacob Ritchie; letter from John Maguire requesting...

 
Papers relating to the ship Electric Spark, 1856-1857.

33 documents surveying what occurred when the ship Electric Spark arrived in San Francisco with damaged goods includes the San Francisco Port Warden's survey of the ship's condition and contents, and letters to the ship's owners Magoun and Son of...

 
Papers relating to William G. Dryden : typescripts, 1839-1939.

Papers re the trial, imprisonment, and damage suit of Dryden, a U.S. citizen charged by the Mexican government with complicity in the 1841 attempt of Texas to annex New Mexico through the armed Santa Fe expedition organized by President Lamar...

 
Papua New Guinea. Correspondence, Journals and Patrol Reports from Outstations

839 files of manuscript and typescript items (microfilm), including correspondence, journals, and patrol reports from out-stations in Papua New Guinea, 1890-1941....

 
Papua New Guinea Patrol Reports

Microfiche of government patrol reports for various provinces in Papua New Guinea. Most of the reports were written after 1945 and prior to Papua New Guinea's independence in 1975. Provinces represented in the collection include: Central Province, North Solomons Province...

 
Papua New Guinea Patrol Reports, 1922-1955

Microfilm patrol reports from Papua New Guinea. 216 typescript items. At head of title: 1922-1923: Prime Minister's Department. 1923-1928: Department of Home and Territories, Central Office. 1928-1941: Territories Branch, Prime Minister's Department. 1941-1951: Department of External Territories (I), Central Office....

 
Papua, New Guinea, World War II Photograph Album

One World War II photograph album containing more than 180 b/w photos, with captions. Apparently the album of a wry U.S. soldier and member of a finance group (some images indicating 3rd and 4th Platoons, Co. D), self-described as the...

 
Parabel Project Records

Writings, translations, notes, and questionnaire responses, relating to a comparative study of underground movements in China, France, Italy, Kurdistan, and Poland, 1939-1947. Project sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War , Revolution and Peace and the Johns Hopkins University Operations...

 
Paradise (Scott Hurtt) papers

Writings, correspondence, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Commission for Relief in Belgium relief activities and to conditions in Belgium during the German occupation in World War I.

 
Paradise Women's Improvement Club Records

This collection contains the minutes of the general and executive board meetings, financial records, club histories, and clipping files of the disbanded club.

 
Paraguay photographs (Collection of)

This collection consists of Paraguayan photographs including views of the fleet (Revolution of 1912), of the Encarnación disaster (1926), of the ruins at Jesus y Trinidad (1917), and of the inauguration of the Salesian Agricultural School at Ypacaraí.

 
Paramount Pictures Corporation photographs

Materials used in preparation of motion pictures released in 1944, the first titled , depicting the Nazi rise to power in Germany, scenes of party rallies, parades, SS troops, and Adolf Hitler and other Nazi leaders at various stages of...

Paramount Pictures photographs

The Paramount Pictures photographs span the years 1914-1970 and encompass 322 linear feet. Some 1,900 film titles are represented by approximately 200,000 photographic prints. They include scenes as well as publicity portraits and off-camera photographs showing various aspects of productions...

 
Paramount Pictures production records

The Paramount Pictures production records span the years circa 1924-1970 and encompass approximately 290 linear feet. The collection contains documentation on most Paramount sound films released between the 1930s and 1970s. The files originated from several studio divisions, including the...

 
Paramount Pictures scripts

The Paramount Pictures scripts span the years 1912-1983 and encompass 425 linear feet. More than 2,500 films are represented. The collection consists of a wide range of Story Department documents, such as original source material, treatments, script drafts, continuities, synopses,...

 
Paramount Theatre (Oakland, Calif.) Photographs from the Paramount Theatre records [graphic].

Photographs chiefly document the 1970s restoration of the Paramount Theatre in Oakland, Calif., and the damage and repair following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. Also includes construction photographs, publicity photographs, and photographs depicting general interiors, exteriors, events and staff.

 
Paramount Theatre Records

Provides a complete history of the venue from 1929-1999, with regular additions expected. The management, construction and restoration of the building are fully documented. The bulk of the collection includes detailed performance schedules and a large poster collection.

 
Paramount Theatre videorecording collection.

Primarily VHS and BETA tapes and an 8 mm film of the opening night, December 1931; 1973 newsreel; local tv coverage; 1989 earthquake survey; and 1993 restoration.

 
Parant (Alexandre) letters

Relates to conditions on the western front during World War I. Includes postcards and photographs.

 
Parcher Family Papers

The collection consists of the documents of father and son, William C. and Frank M. Parcher from 1911 to 1931. William’s portion includes documents from his time with the Bishop Chamber of Commerce circa 1918-1921. Frank’s portion includes professional documents...

 
The Pardee collection of photographs related to water projects [graphic]

Photographs related to the following water projects: Truckee-Carson Project, Nevada (many views); Uncompaghre Project, Colorado; Klamath Project, Oregon; Yuma Project, Arizona; and Minidoka Project, Idaho. Views depict construction of dams, spillways, and canals.

 
Pardee Dam Construction Photograph Album

This collection consists of a photograph album of the construction of the Pardee Dam in northern California, compiled by the Atkinson Construction Company, builders of the dam.

 
Pardee (George C.) Papers

The George Cooper Pardee Papers, 1871-1968, contain materials documenting Pardee's political career as governor of California, his role as governor in overseeing relief efforts following the Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of 1906, and his interests in conservation, forestry,...

 
Pardee (George) Scrapbooks

Summary: Volumes of newspaper clippings (1889-1912) covering Pardee's career and the general political picture of the time....

 
Pardo (Mary Santoli) Collection

In her work, , Dr. Mary S. Pardo focuses on East Los Angeles and emphasizes the important role played by females the powerful influence of cultural symbols like motherhood and the Church. She suggests how such activism has innervated cultural...

 
Pardon Bowen Smith family papers, 1850-1925.

Consists of correspondence of the Pardon Bowen Smith family including Lucinda Huntinton, Ebenezer Handy Smith, James V. Smith, Joanna Jewell Smith, Mary Victoria Smith, Pardon Bowen Smith, and John N. Hartford. Letters include information on voyages from Maine to California...

 
Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays, Orange County Records

The collection documents the activities of the Orange County (OC) chapter of the Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) national organization. Records of PFLAG OC include photo albums, scrapbooks, ephemera, clippings, and newsletters dating from 1978-2008 (bulk, 1989-2003)....

 
Pares (Bernard, Sir) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, notes, memoranda, and diary, relating to political conditions in Western Siberia during the Russian Civil War.

 
Paret (Peter) papers

Writings, together with correspondence, report, list, copies of judicial proceedings and printed matter used as research material, relating to executions following the attempted assassination of Adolf Hitler on 20 July 1944, and to the life of the German Nazi artist...

 
Paret-Limardo de Vela (Lise) Collection

This collection consists of sound recordings and personal papers.

 
Paris during the Commune [graphic].

Five scenes of various places in Paris during the Commune, some showing barricades and soldiers. Scenes include: 1. Ruins of Palais des Tuileries, destroyed by fire spring 1871, looking northeast from Jardin des Tuileries; 2. L'Eglise de la Madeleine in...

 
[Paris is burning--production elements, 1985-1990].

This collection includes over sixty-eight hours of outtakes not included in the feature film documentary PARIS IS BURNING (1991), plus notebooks, transcripts, logs, cue sheets, index cards, and other miscellaneous production materials associated with the making of the documentary. A...

 
Paris letter newsletters

Relates to conditions in France during World War II and to American relief work in France.

 
Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920) Commission on Baltic Affairs minutes

Relates to aspects of the World War I peace settlement regarding the Baltic States. Includes some notes on proceedings of the commission.

 
Paris Peace Conference (1919-1920) United States Territorial Section miscellaneous records

Memoranda, notes, and reports, relating to political and economic conditions in the Ottoman Empire and Latin America, proposals for new boundaries in Asia Minor, creation of an independent Armenia, and boundary disputes in South America.

 
Paris Peace Conference miscellaneous records

Transcripts of proceedings, summaries, speeches, and agenda, relating to the peace settlement at the end of World War II.

 
Paris resolutions and free-trade printed material

Appeal for the continuation of a free trade policy in Great Britain after World War I. Written by a private group of British subjects.

 
Paris student revolt collection

This collection comprises materials documenting the protests and general strike that took place in France in 1968 when Parisian students and workers protested against American involvement in Vietnam, as well as for a better educational system and working class rights....

 
Parish archives of Altar, Sonora.

Positive microfilm of selected documents relating to baptisms, marriages, burials and ecclesiastical matters, ca. 1764-1858. Byron Ivancovich-Kieran McCarty microfilm project, 1964-1965. See also BANC MSS 72/195 and 72/220.

 
Parish archives of Magdalena, Sonora, Mexico.

Positive microfilm of selected documents relating to baptisms, marriages, burials and ecclesiastical matters, ca. 1684-1913. Byron Ivancovich-Kieran McCarty microfilm project, 1964-1965.

 
Parish archives of Sonora and Sinaloa, Mexico.

Positive microfilm of selected documents relating to baptisms, marriages, burials and ecclesiastical and civil affairs during the late 18th and early 19 centuries. Selection made by Kieran McCarty, O.F.M. Filmed under the auspices of the University of Arizona Library, Sonora-Sinaloa...

 
Parish (John C.) Papers

John Carl Parish (1881-1939) was a history professor who taught at Colorado College, the State University of Iowa, and UCLA. He edited the State Historical Society of Iowa's monthly journal, (1920-22), the , and the . His published books include...

 
Parish records from Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe de Reinosa : Nuevo Leon, Mexico, 1781-1831.

1. Ocho Diligencias Matrimoniales q[u]e se practicaron en este de Juzg[a]do Ecc[lesiasti]co de la Villa de N[ues]tra S[enor]a de Guadalupe de Reynosa siendo Ministro el Reverendo Padre Predicador General Fray Francisco Antonio Rochel ... Nuevo Leon, January 5-November 19, 1781....

 
Parisian fashion etchings collection

Album of 98 etched and partially hand-colored plates with whitework embroidery patterns on each page representing women's fashion. Each etching bears the imprint "Costume Parisien" along with a description of the costume depicted. No information exists as to when plates...

 
Park & Co. Photo. Photographs of Laguna, New Mexico and of an Indian woman with pottery [graphic]

Collection contains a street scene in Laguna, and a portrait of a woman with pottery.

 
Park (Alice) Papers

Correspondence, pamphlets, newsclippings and flyers pertaining to the subject of birth control and planned parenthood. Correspondents include Mary Ware Dennett, Margaret Sanger, Albert P. Van Dusen, the American Birth Control League, and the Voluntary Parenthood League....

 
Park (Alice) Papers

Diaries, correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, leaflets, and peace buttons, relating to pacifism and the peace movement, the Ford Peace Ship Expedition, feminism, socialism, the labor movement, prison reform, child labor legislation, civil liberties, and a variety of other reform movements in...

 
Park (Charles Frederick) Papers

Collection largely consists of correspondence with professional colleagues and correspondence which covers Park's activities in national and international geological organizations (especially the Society of Economic Geologists and the International Association of the Genesis of Ore Deposits), mineral explorations, work as...

 
Park (David) Correspondence

The friendship of Howard and Dorothy Baker, Mildred and Bertrand Bronson and Lydia and David Park was intimate, stimulating and youthful. Baker was Yvor Winter's protégé, and a genius. Dorothy was writing or had just published YOUNG MAN WITH A...

 
Park (Frank L.) Collection, ca. 1900

Photographs. Local recreation spots including Westlake Park and the Ostrich Farm at South Pasadena.

 
Park (Harry) Photographs and Other Material

Photographs and other material. Park originated from Baltimore, but later settled in Los Angeles, thus many of the photos show early Los Angeles and fellow bicycle enthusiasts. Noteworthy are the items reflecting Park having earned his flying license from instructor...

 
Park Hotel Company records

Board ledgers, account and minute books spanning the entire period of the Park Hotel’s operation in Chico, 1888-1947, make up the collection. Also included is a deed, from John Bidwell to the Park Hotel, dated March 15, 1887....

 
Park, Joe. Collection, 1950-1991.

Clippings, correspondence, research notes, and articles relating to the history of agriculture and a wide variety of agricultural equipment and technologies.

 
Park Villa Tract Collection, 1887-1964

Deeds, indentures and other legal documents pertaining to personal property on the Park Villa Tract in the city of Los Angeles. Also some documents relating to personal property in the Ellis Tract, in the city of Los Angeles, and the...

 
Parker (Alan and Beatrice) Collection

The archive consists of two rare book collections featuring works by Kenneth Patchen and James Joyce collected by Alan and Beatrice Parker. In addition to the published works, The Kenneth Patchen collection includes incoming correspondence from Kenneth and Miriam Patchen...

 
Parker (Captain Franklin O.) navigation workbook for the Archer (built 1876; barkentine)

The Captain Franklin O. Parker navigation workbook for the Archer (built 1876; barkentine) (SAFR 16484, HDC 204) consists of entries for the years of 1901 to 1904. The collection is open and available for use without restriction.

 
Parker (David B.) papers

Writings, correspondence, reports, orders, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to American military engineering operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, the atomic bombing of Japan, and General Douglas MacArthur.

 
Parker family papers, 1874-1991.

Contains a biography and clippings about Jean Parker and school named for her, Civil War remembrances of W.L. McEwen, Parker family genealogy, and photographs of Parker family.

 
Parker, Frances L. (Frances Lawrence) Papers 1928-1980

The collection comprises the personal papers of micropaleontologist Frances Lawrence Parker, who worked at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD from 1950 until her retirement in 1973. The collection includes a few items of correspondence dated 1936-1980, a photocopy of...

 
Parker (G. Gordon) writings

Relates to Christianity in Liberia and elsewhere in Africa. Includes one essay by Evalyn Parker.

 
Parker (Kit) collection

The Kit Parker collection spans the years 1925-2007 (bulk 1940s-1950s) and encompasses 14.8 linear feet. The collection consists of original source material gathered by Kit Parker for Kit Parker Films, including scripts, contracts, music cue sheets, and photographs for films...

 
Parker (Paul Percy) Collection

The Parker Collection of Californiana contains official documents (many in Spanish), legal and financial papers, manuscripts of narratives and memoirs, printed material and clippings relative to California history. The major bulk of the papers are dated prior to 1900 and...

 
Parker (Robert A.) Papers

Correspondence, mainly about his writing; mss., with related materials, of his biographies; articles and book reviews by him relating to art and the theater; mss. of film scenarios and plays; unfinished ms. on the theater in America; unpublished novel based...

 
Parker (William J.) China Marines Association Collection

William J. Parker is a retired United States Marine who was formerly stationed in China. He is an active member of the China Marines Association, and in 2008 began serving as the editor of their newsletter, "Scuttlebutt." The collection consists...

 
Parkin Store Ledger Books

Henry S. Parkin was a trader and married to a Sioux woman. The Parkin Store, later called the Cannonball Mercantile Company, operated in Standing Rock Agency, North Dakota from 1879 to 1930. A majority of their clientele were Sioux Indians....

 
Parkinson and Parkinson drawings

The Parkinson and Parkinson drawings span 1.5 linear feet and date from circa 1930s. The collection is composed of two prints of unidentified buildings....

 
Parkinson family letters : ALS, 1848-1893.

Collection of 21 letters includes letters from members of the Parkinson and Harrison families and friends to May Parkinson (Mrs. A.A. Parkinson) as well as a few letters from May. Many are letters of condolence on family deaths, particularly that...

 
Parkman (Samuel P.P.) Papers

The Samuel Paul Pablo Parkman family papers includes correspondence, mining documents, diaries, personal legal documents and genealogies.

Parks and Buildings of Sacramento, Calif., ca. 1930-1939

The , collection contains 34 photographic prints probably taken during the 1930's. Included are views of parks, schools and other buildings. Parks include Fremont, McKinley Marshall, South Side, and Winn parks. Schools include Oak Park, Watson Grammar, and the high...

 
Parks and Recreation Dept. Records

The Dept. of Parks and Recreation was originally named the Dept. of Natural Resources when first created in 1927. The records of the Dept. of Parks and Recreation consist of fifty-two cubic feet and include thirty maps covering the years...

 
Parks and redwoods, 1919-1971 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1959-1972.

Comments on his father Wells Drury and his journalistic career in Nevada and San Francisco; his brother, Aubrey Drury; college days at University of California, 1908-1912; teaching and working as assistant to the President of the University; organization and work...

 
Parks Bar Bridge, Yuba River, Calif. [graphic]

Views of the Parks Bar Bridge (Yuba River Bridge), California State Highway 20 spanning the river, Smartville vicinity, Yuba County, Calif.

Parks in Oakland, California - Views

The Views of Parks in Oakland, California collection contains 30 photographic prints taken circa 1905.

 
Parks (Marion) Papers

This collection consists chiefly of correspondence and papers from the late 1930s relating to the Los Angeles Civic Center Union Station Committee, of which Marion Parks was secretary. Also included are personal correspondence to Harry Chandler of the , M.R....

 
Parks (Marion) Papers

The papers of Marion Parks, a talented and resourceful personality in Los Angeles during the early 1900s, relate to the history of Southern California. Parks described herself as "a California historian." Her principal contributions in this capacity were a series...

 
Parkyn (George W.) writings

Printed writings, relating to education, especially in international aspects.

 
Parlee (Lorena) Collection

This is a small collection donated by Lorena Parlee's mother to the Center in 2007. It consists of LP records, color slides and papers related to her films, Mexico and Break of Dawn.

 
Parlee (Norman A.D.) Papers

The bulk of these papers consists of correspondence, memos, proposals, reports, and financial records, 1973-1983, pertaining to his research projects funded by or submitted to the Center for Materials Research at Stanford University. Other papers include correspondence, memos, notes, papers,...

 
Parmelee (Ruth A.) papers

Includes diaries, notes, correspondence, reports, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the life and work of Dr. Ruth A. Parmelee. Parmelee was born and brought up in Turkey by her missionary parents. After her education in the United States,...

 
Parming (Tonu) typescript

Published as Chapter 1 of the book entitled The Estonian S.S.R. : A Case Study of a Soviet Republic (Boulder, 1977), edited by T. Parming and Elmar Järvesoo.

 
Parnassus Press records, 1930-1989 (bulk 1955-1978).

The Parnassus Press records contain manuscripts, financial records, correspondence, author profiles, illustrations, administrative files, artwork, sample production materials, photographs and notebooks. Highlights of the collection include extensive information on the daily operations of the press, its communications and contracts with...

 
Parnes (Irwin) Collection of Composers' Music

The collection consists of ozalid masters and copies of music manuscripts by Eric Zeisl, Werner R. Heymann, Jarold Green and Jacob Weinberg.

 
Parr Terminal : fifty years of industry on the Richmond waterfront : oral history transcript /

Cox discusses his family background; industrialist Fred D. Parr; Parr-McCormick Steamship Line, and Port of Oakland, 1915; beginning Parr Terminal, Richmond, 1926; Richmond waterfront industries, 1930s-1950s: Ford Motor Co., Filice & Perrelli Canning Co.; Terminals No. 1-4; Pt. San Pablo:...

 
Parratt, Edna Martin. Letters received by Edna Martin Parratt, 1954-1976.

Includes letters from Admiral Nimitz; Nancy, Lady Astor; Irving and Ellin Berlin.

 
Parry (Chris) Papers

The papers of Chris Parry, Tony Award-winning theatre lighting designer and University of California, San Diego, faculty. The materials illustrate his extensive production career for both stage and film lighting design from 1975-2006 and as a lighting design instructor. The...

 
Parshina (E. A.) papers

Memoirs, co-authored with her son Leonid Parshin, and sound recordings of interviews conducted by Tatiana Zhilkina, relating to Soviet intelligence operations in Spain during the Spanish Civil War, clandestine sabotage and intelligence operations in the German-occupied Soviet Union during World...

 
Parsons (Bishop Edward L.): Pamphlets, Articles, and Sermons on Church Unity

Twelve papers from the collection of Edward L. Parsons, 1868-1960, who served as pastor at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Berkeley, California, 1904-1919. He was Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of San Francisco, 1919-1924, and Bishop of California, 1924-1941.

 
Parsons (Charles) mimeograph

Relates to the allegations of Tyler Kent, a code clerk at the United States Embassy in London, that President Franklin D. Roosevelt had conspired to bring about the entry of the United States into World War II.

 
Parsons (Edward L.) Papers

The Edward Lambe Parsons Papers, 1865-1968, consist of correspondence, writings, and office files relating to his career as one of the leading figures of the Protestant Episcopal Church in America, plus personal, biographical, and family papers. The collection spans Parsons'...

 
Parsons (George W.) Scrapbooks

George W. Parsons (1850-1933) was a charter member of the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce serving as director and chairman on the Committee on Mines and Mining as well as on the Transportation Committee. He was active in promoting Southern...

 
Parsons (H. F.) Account Book

This small collection contains an account book 1883-1890, with cash income and expenses for Parsons and son, William B. Parsons, as well as loose letters, receipts and ballots for the Democratic Primary Election.

 
Parsons (James Jerome) Papers

Collection consists of personal, professional and academic incoming correspondence for James Jerome Parsons. Also included are reviews by and of Parsons’ work.

 
Parsons (Louella) scrapbooks and photographs

The Louella Parsons scrapbooks and photographs span the years 1915-1961 and encompass 20.9 linear feet. The 61 scrapbook volumes contain thousands of columns she wrote over six decades. There are also biographical clippings on Parsons and coverage of her various...

 
Parsons (Lucena P.) - Journal: The woman in the sunbonnet : typescript

Summary: An edited version of the journal kept by Parsons during her trip overland from Wisconsin to California in 1850, edited with an introduction by Elene and Elizabeth Wilbur. The journal is the chronology of a trip undertaken by a...

 
Parsons (Marion Randall) slide collection

Depicts scenes in France during World War I.

 
Parsons, Patti Photographs, 1976-1992

The collection consists of photographic prints and negatives taken by Patti Parsons, administrative assistant to SIO Directors William A. Nierenberg and Edward A. Frieman, which document groundbreaking ceremonies, ship dedications, retirement parties and other activities involving the Office of the...

 
Partch (Harry) Music Scores

The Harry Partch Music Scores consists of facsimiles of musical and theatrical compositions by Harry Partch, written between 1922 and 1972. Compositions include seminal works such as , , and .

 
Partch (Virgil) Cartoons and Artwork

Virgil Partch, also known as Vip, was the creator of the popular syndicated cartoon and also had a successful career as a freelance cartoonist and book illustrator in the United States from the 1950s to the 1980s. In addition to...

 
Partheneia Texts, Reports and Music

Texts of the plays, annual reports on the preparation and completion of the year's activities, and original music composed for the pageant.

 
Parti communiste reunionnais sound recordings

Songs performed at the fourth congress of the party.

 
Parti social francais miscellaneous records

Bulletins, membership records, questionnaires of members, and miscellany, relating to right-wing political activity in France prior to and during World War II.

 
Partial list of civilian internees in Manila typescript

List of Americans in the Japanese civilian internment camp at Santo Tomás University, Manila. Compiled by Mr. Tsurumi, Japanese consul in Manila, and delivered to Mr. Spiker, American consul in Shanghai.

 
Participant in the evolution of American corrections, 1931-1973 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1971-1976.

Comments on work in penal and corrective institutions prior to appointment by Earl Warren as director of California Dept. of Corrections in 1944; experiences as head of California prison system; work of the State Crime Commissions; relations with prison wardens,...

 
Partido africano da independencia da Guine e Cabo Verde sound recording

Protest songs of the peoples of Guinea-Bissau and Cape Verde Islands.

 
Partido Comunista Mexicano. Congreso Nacional proceedings

Proceedings of the Mexican Partido Comunista Mexicano, Congreso Nacional in 1939

 
Partido Social Cristiano (Venezuela) Collection of Material

A collection of political material representing the Venezuelan third-way political party, the Partido Social Cristiano de Venezuela. The collection documents circulated political materials leading up to the election of its party founder and head, Rafael Caldero, to the Venezuelan presidential...

 
Partiia sotsialistov-revoliutsionerov miscellaneous records

Reports and minutes, relating to the activities and views of the party, and to the Russian Revolution.

 
Partington collection of paintings and relief sculpture [graphic].

Paintings include --1. Portrait of a boy [possibly John Allen Partington I] --2. Boats in bay, view of Angel Island[?], --3. Study after Velasquez's Las Meninas, --4. an unfinished wood relief sculpture of a face, --5. Portrait of Blanche Partington,...

 
Partington family papers

The correspondence and papers of the John Herbert Evelyn Partington, his wife Sarah, and their children: Blanche Partington, Gertrude Partington Albright, Phyllis Partington, and, to a lesser extent, Jack (John) Partington, Sr., Richard Langtry Partington, Edward Partington, and Kate Partington.

 
Partington family photograph albums [graphic].

v.1: Album of snapshots given to Gertrude Partington by Carrie Sterling, Christmas, 1904. -- v.2: Views of Point Pedro, 1905 and unidentified California locales; fire and aftermath of 1906 earthquake; ruins of Cliff House; views near Monterrey. -- v.3: Cartes...

 
Partington family photograph collection [graphic]

Includes many photographs of Phyllis Partington, theater and opera personalities, family portraits and residences, etc. Also includes photographs of an outing aboard Jack London's yacht The Snark.

 
Partington family photographs [graphic].

Collection of Partington family portraits and snapshots, including John Herbert Evelyn Partington, Sarah Ann Partington, Blanche Partington, Richard Langtry, Gertrude Partington Albright, Phyllis Partington, John Allan (Jack) Partington, Kate Partington and Edward and Mary Partington. Also includes pictures of Partington...

 
Partito nazionale fascista miscellaneous records

Letters, telegrams, and photographs, sent by local organizations of the party to Adolf Hitler to congratulate him upon his attainment of power in Germany.

 
Partner and participant : oral history transcript : University of California chancellor's and president's wife, 1984-1995 / 2002.

Family, childhood in North Carolina and New Jersey; meeting Jack Peltason at University of Missouri, marriage and family; faculty wife at Smith College and University of Illinois, 1947-1959; UC Irvine, founding years, 1964-1967; wife of chancellor, University of Illinois, 1967-1977;...

 
Partner and participant : University of California chancellor's and president's wife, 1984-1995 / 2002.

Family, childhood in North Carolina and New Jersey; meeting Jack Peltason at University of Missouri, marriage and family; faculty wife at Smith College and University of Illinois, 1947-1959; UC Irvine, founding years, 1964-1967; wife of chancellor, University of Illinois, 1967-1977;...

 
Partnership in community service : oral history transcript / and related material, 1976-1978.

Life in Berkeley, Calif.; association with University of California, as student in Berkeley and as fund-raiser; voluntary work with various organizations, including YWCA, United Service Organization, Travelers Aid Association of America, World Affairs Council, United Way, International Conference of Social...

Partridge (Roi) Mills College: Record of a Campus, ca. 1940

This collection of Mills College photographs consists of 55 items (53 photographic prints) mounted on boards, taken by Roi Partridge, circa 1940. The other two items are a map of Mills based on a drawing, and a postscript describing the...

 
Partridge (Stanley N.) papers

Photographs, postcards, and letters, relating to conditions in Siberia, China, and Japan, 1918-1920; and American military facilities in New Guinea and the Philippines, 1943-1945.

 
Pasadena and Southern California orange groves [graphic]

Includes a general view of Pasadena; a view of a live oak on Orange Grove Blvd. near Columbia Street, Pasadena; and a photo of orange picking and packing.

 
Pasadena, California, area views [graphic]

Photographs show the San Gabriel Mission interior and exterior, Marengo Ave. (Pasadena), Lucky Baldwin's home near Pasadena, the Raymond Hotel, the beach and hotel at Santa Monica, and the home of Ramona (Camulos Ranch).

 
Pasadena City Church Postcard

Postcard of the Pasadena City Church, 42 N. Raymond, corner of Union, Pasadena, California. Photo of the Church with inset photo of D.V. Johnstone, Minister. Description on back: Pasadena City Church: - Not a stately edifice, but a veritable Christian...

Pasadena Digital History Collaboration photographs

A collection of digital objects representing the diverse social and cultural history of Pasadena.

 
Pasadena Scrapbook Collection

Two scrapbooks of news clippings, broadsides, and correspondence about Pasadena, California and its citizens, dated between 1900 and 1945.

 
Paschal L. Mack letters to sister : San Francisco : ALS, 1852-1853.

Two letters, describing poverty in San Francisco.

 
Pascoe (Juan) collection

The Juan Pascoe Collection, 1971-2008, contains almost all of the imprints and published monographs created by Juan Pascoe. It begins with his first efforts in West Branch, Iowa (1971-1972), traces his developments through his initial press, Imprenta Rascuache, in Mexico...

 
Pash (Boris T.) Papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, orders, writings, photographs, motion picture film, and printed matter, relating to the naval forces of General Nikolay Yudenich during the Russian Civil War; the Russian refugee camp in Wünsdorf, Germany, in 1922; American military intelligence service activities,...

 
Pa-shih nien-tai Tai-wan fu-yun video tape

Relates to the feminist movement in Taiwan during the decade of the 1980s. Produced in Taiwan by the Awakening Foundation.

 
The passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 ; Executive Director, Save San Francisco Bay Association : oral history transcript / 1994.

Nelson discusses the Miller-Bradley and Seymour bills in Congress; lobbying efforts of environmental and agricultural communities in the formation of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act; Metropolitan Water District and water marketing transfers; the Endangered Species Act, Share the Water,...

 
The passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 : oral history transcript : the Central Valley Project Water Association Perspective / 1999.

Representing Central Valley Project Water Assn. (CVPWA); drafting and revising John Seymour's bill S. 2016, and efforts to pass Seymour bill and oppose bills of Congressman George Miller, Senator Bill Bradley (Miller-Bradley bills); relationships with Miller, Bradley, Central Valley congressmen...

 
The passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 : oral history transcript : the Metropolitan Water District perspective / 1999.

Joint interview discusses the background of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Water District's (MWD) interest in water marketing and transfers, and water banking; Imperial Irrigation District, Palo Irrigation District; Arvin-Edison Water Storage District, Areias Dairy Farm Transaction; the three-way process, formation...

 
Passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 : oral history transcript : the role of George Miller / 1996.

Daniel P. Beard dicusses his interests in natural resources policy issues, in particular his association with Cogressman George Miller and the congressman's position on Central Valley Project reform; and concludes the interview with his views of his time as Commissioner...

 
Passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992 : oral history transcript : the role of John Seymour / 1997.

The legislative assistant to Senator John Seymour, Richard K. Golb discusses the writing and revision of the Seymour bills on the water resources of the Central Valley, Calif., his work with the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and with...

 
The passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act, 1991-1992: Environmental Defense Fund perspective : oral history transcript / 1996.

Joint interview discusses the Environmental Defense Fund, research relatd to California water issues, and the drafting, moving through the Senate, and final passage of the Central Valley Project Improvement Act

 
Passchendaele campaign, in and around Ypres, Belgium during World War I photograph album of battlefield scenes

Album of photographs, many by Australian official photographer Frank Hurley, documenting one of the major battles of World War I, the Battle of Passchendaele, also known as the Third Battle of Ypres, between July and November 1917.

 
Passing it on : stories from the Civil Rights Movement, 1993.

Interviews with 24 individuals involved in the Civil Rights Movement in the United States and the San Francisco Bay Area. Interviewees include activists, a Black Panther member, and others.

 
Pasternak Family Papers

Correspondence, diaries, memoirs, other writings, biographical data, printed matter, drawings, photographs, and other audiovisual material, relating to Russian art and literature, culture in the Soviet Union, and Russian emigre life. Includes papers of Leonid Pasternak; his son, the poet and...

 
Pastime Gun Club Records

The collection contains one ledger pertaining to the activities of the Pastime Gun Club from March 9, 1893 to January 11, 1915.

 
Pastora Gomez (Eden) interviews

Sound recordings of interviews, relating to the Nicaraguan revolution of 1979, Nicaraguan-Cuban relations, and the Nicaraguan contra guerrilla war. Includes typed notes made from the interviews. Interviews conducted by William E. Ratliff.

 
Pastuhov (Vladimir D.) Papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, interviews, maps, photographs, and printed matter, relating to the investigation of the Japanese incursion into Manchuria in 1931.

 
Pasztor (Laszlo) papers

Correspondence, press releases, and miscellany, relating to Republican Party activities among ethnic groups in the United States. Photocopy.

 
Pat Brown: Friends and campaigners : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1982.

Interviews with individuals associated with him in his administration or in his campaigns. Copies of photographs and of documentary material inserted. Interviewees, and titles of interviews, as follows: Nancy Sloss. Political Appointments and Personalities; Meredith Burch. Political Notes; Charles Guggenheim....

 
Pat Rocco collection of gay erotic shorts, home movies, and other material, approximately 1948-1977, 2003, (bulk 1968-1972).

This collection features Pat Rocco's gay erotic shorts, features, documentaries, and home movies including footage of the June 1971 Christopher Street West parade in Hollywood, gay demonstrations, events and festivals, backstage footage of his tour with Marge and Gower Champion,...

 
Patch, Roving D.J., Photographs

Photographs of Patch, Roving D.J., broadcasting in a radio studio, broadcasting on location including at the Hustler Club and on Broadway in San Diego, interviewing musicians, and being promoted on a marquee at Gazzaris on the Sunset Boulevard, 1967-1971, undated....

 
Patchen Administrative Records, 1974-

RESTRICTED - Contains the administrative records regarding the acquisition of the Kenneth Patchen Papers, the donations and purchases of related collections, associated public events and publications involving the library. Also included are photographs of the events

 
Patchen (Kenneth) Papers

This collection contains biographical material, correspondence, manuscripts, bound first editions, rare silkscreen and painted book editions, painted poems, works of art including illustrations, paintings, papier-mâché sculptures and decorated furniture, scrapbooks, photographs, slides, recordings, musical scores, and clippings documenting the creative...

 
Patchen (Magel and Ruth) Collection

This collection contains correspondence from Miriam Patchen, books, printed material and family photographs on Kenneth Patchen as collected by his sisters Magel and Ruth Patchen.

 
Patchen (Miriam) Papers

This collection contains biographical material, correspondence, photographs, musical scores, audio recordings, a film and an artifact, documenting Miriam Patchen's promotion of her late husband's work.

 
Patco, Pat Lynn (UCLA 19--). Student records of courses in Home Economics and in Film and Radio departments.

Record Series 635 contains records of courses in home economics, film and radio offered by UCLA. These materials were collected and used by UCLA student Pat Lynn Patco (19--).

 
Patencio (Flora) Collection

Documents and ephemera collected by Flora Patencio (Cahuilla) pertaining to the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. Collected between the years 1947-67.

 
Patent Collection

United States Patent Office specifications, correspondence.

 
Patent issued to Alfred Ropp of Selby, California for roasting and oxidizing furnace, 1899.

Patent document issued by Patent Office with seal and ribbon to Alfred Ropp of Selby, California (who probably worked for Selby Smelters) in 1899 for "roasting and oxidizing furnaces". Accompanied by document discussing the Canadian patent and miscellaneous documents relating...

 
Patent issued to Alfred Ropp of Selby, California for roasting and oxidizing furnace, 1899.

Patent document issued by Patent Office with seal and ribbon to Alfred Ropp of Selby, California (who probably worked for Selby Smelters) in 1899 for "roasting and oxidizing furnaces". Accompanied by document discussing the Canadian patent and miscellaneous documents relating...

 
Patent petition for gold washing machine, 1849.

Petition to the [United States] Commissioner of Patents filed by Edward P. Coffin of Nantucket, Massachusetts for a "new and useful improvement in gold washing machines." A 3 -page description of the mechanism is attached to the petition along with...

 
Patent petition for gold washing machine, 1849.

Petition to the [United States] Commissioner of Patents filed by Edward P. Coffin of Nantucket, Massachusetts for a "new and useful improvement in gold washing machines." A 3 -page description of the mechanism is attached to the petition along with...

 
Patentes y comunicaciones que se refieren a la Tarahumara (Segunda parte) : typescripts, 1780-1826.

Transcript of patents, official correspondence, orders, instructions, and royal decrees concerning missions to the Tarahumara Indians.

 
Patents, drawings and other documents pertaining to cable car design, 1890 April, 1894 January.

Preferred citation: Patents, drawings and other documents pertaining to cable car design, BANC MSS 92/899 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Paterek (Josephine D.) Bibliography for Encyclopedia of American Indian Costume

This collection consist of a bibliography on index cards created by Dr. Josephine Paterek for her book , which was published in 1994. Each section was titled and organized by Paterek according to how they appear in the final publication...

 
Paterson (J. A.) papers

Journal, map, photographs, and spears, relating to exploration in the Lake Nyasa region of Africa.

 
Pathé Exchange records

The Pathé Exchange records span the years 1925-1931 and encompass 2 linear feet. The collection is composed chiefly of business and financial records for Pathé Exchange and the Pathé Studio, including audits; balance sheets; budgets; payroll records; reports; weekly cost...

 
The Path to the lost cities exhibition [graphic] : Photographs of exhibit materials from the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Museum of Anthropology.

Exhibit traces the historic discovery of the "Lost Cities of the Maya" by American diplomat John Lloyd Stephens and English artist Frederick Catherwood, and Payne Johnson's 20th century visit to the same locations. Collection includes photographs (color snapshots) of the...

 
Pathfinder in the legal aspects of women : oral history transcript / and related material, 1973-1975.

Study of law in Wash., D.C.; interest in woman suffrage, elimination discrimination in state laws, equal rights amendment, National Woman's Party, etc.; appointment to federal judiciary in 1949. Appended: Photocopies of articles, speeches and other documentary material. With this: photocopies...

 
Pathfinder Press mural project collection

Slides, video tapes, and keyed photographic representation of mural depicting international revolutionary leaders on Pathfinder Building in New York City, with biographical information on those depicted and on mural artists, with press releases and press coverage relating to the mural.

 
Pathfinder Press Photographic Collection

Collected by Pathfinder Press for use in illustrating its publications, the collection includes photographs, drawings, and printed reproductions of illustrations, depicting Leon Trotsky, leading figures of the Russian Revolution, leaders of the Fourth International, leaders of the Socialist Workers Party...

 
Pathfinder Press Publications

Record copies of books, pamphlets, and bulletins, relating to Marxist theory and socialist political analysis and commentary, and including works of Leon Trotsky, Fidel Castro, Malcolm X and others. Includes publications of Pioneer Publishers, Merit Publishers, and Monad Press, predecessors...

 
Pathfinders Club of San Jose Records

Club records and photographs documenting the women's group Pathfinders Club of San Jose, especially outdoor recreational outings around the San Francisco Bay Area.

 
Patiev (Aleksandr) papers

Writings, notes, correspondence, printed matter and photographs, relating to political conditions in Russia, elections in 1989, and administration of Saint Petersburg.

 
Patouillet (Madame) diary

Relates to conditions in Petrograd and Moscow during World War I and the Russian Revolution, 1916 October-1918 August.

 
Patriarche (Charles T.) Papers

Correspondence, notes and drafts, receipts....

 
Patricia A. Etter collection on Robert Brownlee, circa 1935-2001 (bulk 1980-2001).

Research materials used in editing the book, "An American Odyssey: the autobiography of a 19th c. Scotsman Robert Brownlee at the request of his children, Napa County, California, October, 1892," based on the life of a 19th century Scottish immigrant...

 
Patricia Branstetter collection of Simeon Stivers family papers : and related material, circa 1828-1967 (bulk 1828-1928).

Contains family papers, correspondence, receipts, certificates, licenses, invoices, accounts, legal documents, land purchase receipts, clippings, etc. of a Mormon pioneer family in California. Includes similar materials for Stivers's uncle, Earl E. Marshall, who was originally from Philiadelphia, Pennsylvania. Also includes...

 
Patricia Faure Gallery Records

The Patricia Faure Gallery in Los Angeles, which began as Asher/Faure, exhibited internationally recognized artists such as Richard Artschwager, Philip Guston and Morris Louis along with less-known local artists such as Gwynn Murrill, Craig Kauffman and Jack Goldstein. The archive...

 
Patricia Freeman papers, 1945-1989 (bulk 1971-1989).

Conference materials gathered by Patricia Freeman from NAACP West Coast Regional Conferences (1977-1987), NAACP Region 1 Leadership Conferences (1972-1988), and NAACP Northern Area Conferences (1974-1987); NAACP Region 1 annual reports (1974-1982); Freeman's subject files, including files on ACT-SO, the development...

 
Patricia Oberhaus collection of Bay Area countercultural ephemera [graphic].

Posters and handbills for popular culture or counter-cultural events, chiefly in San Francisco and Berkeley. Includes rock concerts from the hippie to the punk eras.

 
Patrick J. Hillings photograph collection [graphic].

Includes studio portraits, press photographs and snapshots pertaining to the career and personal life of U.S. Representative and Republican Party insider Patrick J. Hillings (PIC boxes 1-2). Also depicted are various politicians and public figures, including Dwight D. Eisenhower, Richard...

 
Patrick (Jack) Scrapbook

Photographs, clippings, and several ephemeral items pertaining to Patrick's athletic career at Stanford and on the American Olympic rugby teams in 1920 and 1924.

 
Patrick (Mary Mills) papers

Memoirs, entitled "Transformations," and letters, relating to the history of Constantinople Woman's College during World War I, conditions in Turkey during the war, Turkish society, and the Turkish educational system.

 
Patrick Sarsfield Dorney scrapbooks, 1884-1891.

V.1: Clippings concerning politics in California, 1884-1888.

 
Patriotic parade in Monrovia, Calif. [graphic]

Two views of automobiles decorated for the parade, and one view of the parade progressing down the street, with flags flying from buildings. Parade could be for the ending of the first world war, or for July 4th.

 
Patriotyczny Ruch Odrodzenia Narodowego (Poland) Rada Wojewodzka w Siedlcach miscellaneous records

Minutes of meetings, reports, appeals, correspondence, and lists, relating to political conditions in Siedlce province following the imposition of martial law in Poland in 1981. Includes miscellaneous records of district and local branches within Siedlce province.

 
Patron's Club Records

The collection consists of financial records, meeting minutes, clippings, a scrapbook, and other miscellaneous records....

 
Patrons of Husbandry California State Grange San Jose Grange, No. 10 records, 1873-1907.

Names of charter members and of candidates, 1873; secretary's report, 1873-1874; minutes of meetings, May 1873-Oct. 1907. Some clippings pertaining to activities of the Grange pasted in.

 
Pats (Konstantin) miscellaneous papers

Photocopies of letters by K. Päts, relating to his imprisonment in the Soviet Union, and appealing to the United Nations to bring about civil rights and independence in the Baltic States; translations and a press release from the Consulate General...

 
Patsy Jane Keating photographs from the Thomas Keating scrapbooks [graphic].

Photograph album contains chiefly snapshots documenting early life of Patsy Jane Keating. Album also depicts Patsy's father, Thomas Keating, who was assistant manager of the Hotel St. Francis in San Francisco, as well as the hotel's famous chef Victor Hirtzler...

 
Patt (Harvey M.) Papers

Papers include business and personal correspondence, committee correspondence, meeting minutes and reports, photographs and slides, and appointment books....

 
Patten family papers, 1866-1923.

Letters, agreements and papers concerning quicksilver mines in Napa and Sonoma Counties; deeds for property in Napa County; letters and receipts.

 
Patten (Fred) collection on Science Fiction and Animation

This collection contains materials created and collected by Fred Patten, best known for his involvement in the Science Fiction fan community and work as an historian in the Anime, Manga, and Furry fandoms. The primary focus of this collection is...

Patterson (Bradley H.), Jr. Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

Bradley H. Patterson, Jr., served as an Executive Assistant, Special Consultant to the President in the office of Leonard Garment. The file group reflects Patterson’s responsibilities in civil rights, plans for the American Revolution Bicentennial celebration, oversight of both the...

 
Patterson (Charles) Stereograph Collections, ca. 1890-1910

Stereographs. Views of Europe and the United States collected by Patterson.

 
Patterson (Clair C.) Papers

This collection documents Clair Patterson (1922-1995), a geochemist at the University of Chicago and California Institute of Technology. Patterson was best known for determining the age of the earth and the solar system, and for his pioneering work on global...

 
Patterson (David S.) mimeograph

Relates to foreign policy views of Herbert Hoover. Photocopy.

 
Patterson (Ella J.) Photographs

Collection includes a portrait of Patterson in her cap and gown, 1909; two images of Stanford women students in their dorm, one labeled “A Kimona Party” and one, “Mock Wedding”; and six other photos, including people in canoes and in...

 
Patterson (Jerry M.) Papers

This collection comprises news clippings, photographs, printed publicity materials and reports, datebooks, correspondence, and other papers related to the political career of Jerry M. Patterson, who served as councilman and mayor of Santa Ana from 1969 to 1974, then as...

 
Patterson, Langford and Stewart drawings for the Santa Barbara Central City Redevelopment project

The Patterson, Langford and Stewart drawings for the Santa Barbara Central City Redevelopment project span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1974. The collection consists of 25 architectural drawings documenting the firm’s alternative land use suggestions. Drawings include: a...

 
Patterson (Louise) Scrapbook

This scrapbook was created by Miss Louise Patterson, daughter of Mrs. Louise Hillard Patterson and student at Coronado High School. Originally from Baltimore, this mother and daughter resided at Coronado Beach and were both prominent local socialites. Miss Patterson's scrapbook...

 
Patterson (Mark) Santa Cruz Pride Photographs

Mark Patterson photographs of an unidentified gay pride event in Santa Cruz, California.

 
Patterson Mining Collection- Maps, 1848-1936

: The collection, spanning 1848-1936, consists of manuscript mine maps including; surveys, claims, assays, with annotated manuscript annotations. The collection is housed in 1 box containing 153 m.s. maps. The bulk of the collection covers the period after the California...

 
Patterson (Noel L.) papers

This collection contains correspondence, appraisals and maps of real estate in Santa Cruz County as well as some personal papers of Noel Patterson.

 
Patterson (Tom) collection on California history

This collection contains postcards, photographs, correspondence, and other material regarding California that was collected by Tom Patterson, a columnist for the newspaper and a local historian. Materials in this collection primarily relate to Riverside, California and the greater inland region...

 
Patterson (Vernon) Papers

The collection consists of typescript volumes by Vernon Patterson entitled "Chronicle of Benjamin," from 1971-1975. The collection includes unbound typescripts and photographs, as well as diaries by Christopher Patterson from 1965-1967.

 
Pattie Party Memorial Plaque Records

Collection contains correspondence and other documents pertaining to the Pattie Party, Pattie Party descendants and the plaque commemorating Sylvester Pattie and party on Presidio Hill in San Diego.

 
Pattison, Alexander B. Letter : to Brig. Gen. Lorenzo Thomas, 1863 September 26.

Holograph letter written at Head Quarters on the Rapidan River requesting that General Thomas help return an absent private to his regiment.

 
Patton Family Collection of Photographs and Negatives

The Patton Family Collection consists of 156 glass plate negatives, 218 film negatives, 875 photographs, and a negative book, 1885-1945 (bulk 1895-1907), created and/or collected by members of the Patton family and friends. The collection provides an intimate look into...

 
Patton Family Papers

The collection consists of personal and business correspondence, political papers, account books, legal documents, and land papers related to the Patton family, and is particularly focused on the activities of George Smith Patton (1856-1927). Topics covered include railroads, Patton’s senate...

 
Patton Family Property Papers

This collection contains papers having to do with land plots in the Wilmington area of Los Angeles, California owned by sisters Maria Jesus De Shorb, Annie Wilson, and Ruth Patton. Included in the collection are declaration of trust papers,...

 
Patton (George S.) speech transcript

Speech to the United States Third Army during World War II.

 
Patton(Gary) Political Papers

This archive contains the political papers of Gary Patton, the Third District Supervisor of Santa Cruz County from 1975-1994.

 
Pauker (Guy J.) Papers

Studies, reports, memoranda, notes, correspondence, trial transcripts, bulletins, press summaries, clippings, and printed matter, relating to political, social, and economic conditions in Indonesia; Indonesian foreign relations, especially with the United States; communism in Indonesia; the coup of 1965 in Indonesia,...

 
Paul (Benjamin D.) Papers

Papers include field notes from research trips to Guatemala, 1941-2000; other research files and notes, including some of his wife Lois Paul; correspondence; class files and departmental records; and reprints.

 
Paul Bissinger papers, 1932-1942.

Chiefly letters, typescripts and finished broadsides for two printing projects Bissinger did for Kathleen and Charles Norris: "Thirtieth anniversary : to CeeGee from Katy" and "To Charles G. Norris on an anniversary, April 23, 1931"

 
Paul De Longpre Collection

This collection consists of published material and personal papers. The published materials include magazine and newspaper articles about De Longpre's 50th birthday celebration

 
Paul Elbogen papers, 1930-1987.

Typescripts of novels, a memoir, a biography, correspondence, and clippings. The materials are primarily in German.

 
Paul (Elliot) Papers

Elliot Paul (1891-1958) was a journalist for European editions of American newspapers, co-founded the literary review, (1927) in Paris, and a screenwriter. The collection consists of screenplays and proof sheets of books by Paul including , , , , ,...

 
Paul Gann archive, 1978-1989

Campaign materials for State Proposition 13, a property tax reduction initiative; Proposition 8, The Victims Bill of Rights; Propositions 24, 36, and 4, and the 1980 campaign for the United States Senate.

 
Paul (Gary Norman) typescript

Doctor of Library Science dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. Photocopy.

 
Paul J. Corcoran papers, 1962-2000.

Contains papers relating to the Center for Independent Living (CIL); Boston Center for Independent Living (BCIL); Robert Wood Johnson Foundation National Advisory Committee (RWJ NAC); independent living; personal care assistants. Also includes research papers and publications relating to disabilities and...

 
Paul J. Lundbeck papers, 1887-1970 (bulk 1944-1952).

The Paul J. Lundbeck collection contains correspondence and other materials regarding the life of Paul Lundbeck and his family. Included is correspondence between Paul and his wife Elizabeth written while he served in the Navy during World War II. Also...

 
Paul J. Zinke papers, circa 1960-2006.

The papers include soil vegetation and soil foliage data, project files, course materials, drafts of speeches and writings, reprints, correspondence, and biographical information.

 
Paul Jacobs papers, 1964-1978.

Includes some of his writings, and background material on police, especially in California.

 
Paul Jacobs papers, circa 1964-1969.

Manuscripts and notes on his activity and interest in writing about race relations with Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, and Native Americans, among other ethnic groups. Contains copies of research materials from as early as 1830.

 
Paul Kohner Agency records

The Paul Kohner Agency records span the years 1935-1988 and encompass approximately 75 linear feet. The collection consists largely of scripts for produced and unproduced films. There are also some agency agreements and contracts, correspondence, and clippings....

 
Paul Lacombe papers, 1854-1913.

Letters and documents related to his bibliography of the works of Leopold Delisle. Include letters from Edouard J. Champion, Honore Champion, Leopold V. Delisle, Xavier Delisle, Anatole Claudin, Francois E. M. Dolbet, Gustave Macon, Henri A. Omont, Edouard Pelay, Georges...

 
Paul Lester Morton papers, 1944-1967.

Collection contains papers relating to Morton's career at the University of California, Berkeley in Electrical Engineering. Materials includes articles by Morton, bibliographies of his published works, and biographical information (including work history, professional activities, etc.) Also includes professional correspondence and...

 
Paul M. Naghdi papers, circa 1943-1995.

Consists primarily of writings by Professor Naghdi. A small amount of correspondence and photographs are also included.

 
Paul (Michael) typescript

Relates to Romanian and German military operations at Stalingrad and in Yugoslavia during World War II, and to conditions in British prison camps. Photocopy.

 
Paul Padgette collection of American and English writers, 1962-1996 (bulk 1962-1993).

Boxes 1-4 contain correspondence begun by Paul Padgette (then known as Paul McDonald), following his visit to Carl Van Vechten in New York, and continuing until Van Vechten's death. Their passionate, detailed correspondence was based on Padgette's great interest in...

 
Paul Padgette collection of Annette Rosenshine material [graphic].

Photographs of sculptures by Rosenshine and portraits of her, including several by Ansel Adams and a few by Arnold Genthe.

 
Paul Padgette collection of Henry Herman Evans ephemera, 1961-1990.

Contains clippings, a calendar, and other ephemera relating to Henry Evans, collected by Paul Padgette.

 
Paul Padgette papers, circa 1950-2000.

Correspondence with booksellers; travel ephemera and travel notebooks; materials for Padgette's unpublished memoir.

 
Paul (Rodman W.) papers

Paul was a historian of the American West. His special interest was in mining. The small collection of Rodman Paul papers was given to the Archives by the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences in 2001. It contains a sampling...

 
Paul Sawtell

Music scores for film and television by Paul Sawtell, and other documents and photographs relating to his life and career.

 
Paul Schuster Taylor photograph collection [graphic]

Collection includes family pictures (including Paul S. Taylor as a baby), Paul S. Taylor in WWI uniform, and European views from 1971. Many views which relate to the Report on community development programs in India, Pakistan, and the Philippines (Oct....

 
Paul Seabury papers, [ca.1937-1987]

Includes manuscripts of writings, correspondence, research notes, teaching materials, and other papers relating to his career at U.C. Berkeley and his activities in politics and government.

 
Paul Spivey papers, ca. 1954-1974.

Letters written to him, notes, clippings and related materials, including certificates of award and appreciation, mainly concerning his interest in the history of early sawmills in California, lumbering operations, and redwood trees, and his services as a park ranger. Oversize...

 
Paul Swatek Sierra Club papers, 1966-1983.

Papers relating to Paul Swatek's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Paul (William L.) papers

The William L. Paul papers contain correspondence, photographs, clippings, and other material regarding William L. Paul, a pioneer date grower in Coachella Valley, California from 1909-1935. Topics include the Coachella Valley Date Growers Association, Paul's personal date business, and the...

 
Paula Kirkeby/Smith Andersen Gallery collection of Bruce Conner, 1964-2001 (bulk 1974-2001).

The collection consists of gallery records regarding the representation and promotion of artist Bruce Conner. Organized chronologically, the collection includes gallery records, including correspondence, announcements, inventories and invoices. Also included are articles, reviews, interviews, resumes, bibliographies and reproductions of Conner's...

 
Pauley (Edwin W.) Papers

Edwin Wendell Pauley was born in 1903. In 1940 Pauley served as a member of the University of California, Board of Regents, a position he kept for 30 years. The bulk of the collection consists of photographs, photo albums, and...

 
Paulina Sahagún's CARA (Chicano Art Resistant and Affirmation) Collection, ca.1985-1991.

Flyers, memos, and correspondence from/to Paulina Sahagun, former program director of the CARA (Chicano Art Resistant and Affirmation) exhibition.

 
Paulina Sahagún's TENAZ (Teatro Nacional de Aztlan) organizational records (a portion) Collection, ca. 1964-1985.

Flyers, memos, and correspondence from/to Paulina Sahagún, former secretary of TENAZ (Teatro Nacional de Aztlan).

 
Pauline Cushman scrapbook, 1863-1869, 1893.

Contains mainly newspaper clippings collected by Pauline Cushman documenting her speaking engagements about her life as a Union Army spy during the American Civil War. Included are announcements, reviews, and biographical pieces. Clippings are from various state newspapers and date...

 
Pauline Dietz Sierra Club papers, 1947.

Papers relating to Pauline Dietz's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Pauline (Jean) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Jean Pauline conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Discusses youth in Brooklyn, 1920s-1930s, early interest in cooperatives and anarchism, coming to California, 1944; helping establish Peace and Freedom Party in San Diego, 1967; and Modern Times Bookstore...

 
Pauloo-Taylor (Julia) and Sylvia Pauloo-Williams Collection of composers' mss and other docs

This collection consists of music manuscripts, published sheet music, photographs, press clippings, correspondence and music programs

 
Pavatea (Tom) Collection

Tom Pavatea was a Hopi Indian who was a trader on the Hopi reservation beginning in the late 1890s and running through the 1940s. This collection includes official correspondence and papers of Tom Pavatea from 1933 to 1947.

 
Pavila (Professor) typescript

Radio broadcast transcript relating to Finnish history. Prepared for German government broadcast.

 
Pavlov (D. P.) typescript

Relates to the economics of grain production in Canada and prospects for the future.

 
Pavlov (Iv.) typescript

Relates to the Trotskyist opposition in Russia.

 
Pavlov (Ivan Petrovich) Collection of 18 Contemporary Laboratory Photographs

The collection of photographs, taken around the turn of the 20th century, shows Pavlov's laboratories, coworkers, and some laboratory procedures used in his experiments. The photographs were presented by one of Pavlov's pupils, Professor Petr Stepanovich Kupalov, to Dr. Mary...

 
Pavlov (Leonid) papers

Correspondence, minutes, protocols, reports, circulated material, and financial records, relating to activities of the independent trade union Nezavisimost' in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia.

 
Pavlova (Anna) Collection

The collection comprises dance programs, photographs, postcards, clippings, and tributes assembled by the University of California, Irvine, Special Collections and Archives to document the career of Anna Pavlova, a ballerina who was renowned for her inspiring performances and for generating...

 
Pavlovskaia (Elena Fedorovna) letters

Letters to E. F. Pavlovskaia from her sisters Ekaterina Fedorovna Estifeeva and Elizaveta Fedorovna Estifeeva, both residents of Voronezh, Russia, relating to family matters and social conditions in the Soviet Union.

 
Pavlu Nikolaevichu Miliukovu, tribute, 1817, 1910.

Tribute to P. N. Miliukov from the Finnish colony of St. Petersburg, 1910. Two pages of origianl signatures, prececeded by leaf containing text of tribute, in manuscript, and decorated with an original drawing, hand-colored. Includes translation of tribute text.

 
Pawnee Mining Company stock certificate no. 11 and 16 to Charles Allenberg, trustee : San Francisco : DS, 1877 Sept. 26.

500 and 200 shares signed by Charles Allenberg (secretary) and S. Heydenfeldt (president), and lithographed by Britton Rey & Co., San Francisco.

 
Paxton (John) papers

The John Paxton papers span the years 1941-1980 (bulk 1942-1970) and encompass 13 linear feet. The collection contains production material, scripts, correspondence, and clippings. In addition to the film scripts, there are also scripts for unproduced films and television programs,...

 
Paxton (John) papers

John Paxton (1911- ) worked as a press agent (1937-38), associate editor for magazine (1937-38) and a publicist for New York Theatre Guild (1941) before coming to Hollywood to work as a scriptwriter with RKO. The collection consists of Paxton's...

 
Payn (James) Papers

James Payn (1830-1898) was a English author and magazine editor. The collection consists of original holograph manuscripts of Payn's novels , , and .

Payne (George S.) 1835-1840 journals onboard Niantic (built 1835; ship, 3m)

The George S. Payne 1835-1840 journals onboard NIANTIC (built 1835; ship, 3m), (SAFR 23812, HDC 1656) consists of four handwritten journals containing the observations and musings of able seaman and second mate George S. Payne while sailing on four year-long...

 
Payne J. Shafter papers, 1876-1894.

Include letters to him from California State Prison at San Quentin and from Robert Dollar re his supplying them with wood, and from the California State Board of Agriculture re reward for his gelding Viking; accounts.

 
Payne (John) scripts

John Payne was a television and motion picture actor. In the 1950s Payne was featured in his own television series (1957-59). The collection consists of seventy-plus scripts for the series.

 
Payne (Owen Street) Papers

Essays by Payne, primarily concerning WWII.

 
Payne (Perley) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Perley Payne conducted by Fred Hirsh. Discusses growing up in a pioneer farming family in the Santa Clara Valley; agricultural and orchard work in the 1930s, including labor conditions for bindlestiffs and itinerant agricultural laborers;...

 
Payne (Robert) Papers

Pierre Stephen Robert Payne (1911-1983) was a professor of English poetry and lecturer in naval architecture (1943-46), head of the English deptartment at Alabama College, Montevallo (1949-54), war correspondent in Spain (1938), correspondent for the in Changsha, China (1942), the...

 
Payro (Julio) Letters received

The collection comprises 354 letters from 116 correspondents sent to the Argentine art critic Julio Payró between 1937 and 1971.

 
Paz (Hipolito Jesus) papers

Correspondence, writings, clippings, and photographs, relating to American-Argentine relations, the presidency of Juan Perón of Argentina, activities of Perón after his deposition in 1955, and activities of the Peronist political movement. Includes letters by Perón and Milton Eisenhower (brother of...

 
P.E. Van Pelt fire truck catalog and correspondence, 1938-1943.

Binder of materials on fire engine trucks the company produced for various towns, government agencies, and universities throughout California. Binder contains black and white lithographic prints of fire trucks with specifications on the back of each one. The binder was...

 
Peña (Terri de la) papers

Terri de la Peña is a novelist, short story writer, and children's book author whose writings deal with complex issues of identity, homophobia, assimilation and resistance focusing on the lives of Chicana lesbians. This collection contains materials related to the...

 
Peña (Terri de la) Poster

Terri de la Peña (1947- ) is the author of (1992), the first Chicano lesbian novel, and (c. 1994). The collection consists of one limited edition publicity poster for Terri de la Peña's novel, .

 
Peabody (Homer and Betty) Magic Lantern Collection

The (1800-2006) contains forty-two magic lanterns, approximately five thousand glass slides, as well as material related to the Peabody's membership in the Magic Lantern societies of the United States, Canada, and Great Britain, and their collecting activities and interests. The...

 
Peabody (Paul E.) papers

Correspondence, orders, citations, and commendations, relating to American military intelligence operations, military liaison with Great Britain and Mexico, and occupation of Japan after World War II.

 
Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission Records

The records of the Peace Officer Standards and Training Commission consist of seven cubic feet of textual and audiovisual records spanning the period from 1970-1992, which reflect the activities of the Commission as it worked to raise the level of...

 
 
Peace Resource Center of Santa Barbara Collection

Newsletters, flyers, correspondence, photos, and subject files of the Santa Barbara center.

 
Peace (Steve) Papers

John Stephen (Steve) Peace, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member, 1982-1993, and a Senator, 1993-2002. The Steve Peace Papers consist of 42 cubic feet of textual records covering 1983-2002. The collection is organized into five series: Bill Files, Worker's Compensation...

 
Peace subject collection

Pamphlets, clippings, leaflets, letters, memoranda, circulars, reports, and bulletins, relating to pacifism, disarmament, international law, the Paris Peace Conference of 1919, the League of Nations and other actual or proposed international organizations, and various proposed plans to ensure peace.

 
The peaceful conquest of Mexico, 1899 [graphic].

Photographs taken on a trip to Mexico; includes some professional photographs. Shows local people, street scenes, scenery, a bull fight, etc.

 
Peach (Kenneth D., Jr.) Lantern Slide Collection

28 lantern slides of the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago. 6 lantern slides of miscellaneous California scenes. ca. 1893

 
Peach (Kenneth) papers

Kenneth Peach, Sr. was a special effects artists and set photographer. The collection consists primarily of television scripts related to the Peach's career.

 
Peacock log, January 1, 1836 - November 5, 1837, and journal, August 19, 1838 - July 18, 1841.

The log records voyages in the Pacific, returning via California and Cape Horn to Norfolk, Va.

 
Peairs (Howard A.) Papers

Drafts of three bills introduced by Assemblyman Howard A. Peairs in the 40th State Legislature, 1913-1914....

 
Pearce (Al) papers

Comedian Al Pearce became an established name in radio and was best known for playing Elmer Blurt, a self-conscious door-to-door salesman. The collection consists of script files, sound recordings, and photographs related to Pearce's radio career as well as a...

 
Pearce (Donald) Papers

The collection contains correspondence, teaching materials, and copies of articles by the late Donald Pearce, professor of English at UCSB from the 1970s through the 1990s.

 
Pearce (James B.) Papers

The (1924-1963) primarily document the advertising activities and real estate listings of Pearce's real estate company, H. Pearce "Ranches Only." Of particular interest is the first issue of the (1928), a rare newspaper about the area's agricultural activities, and scrapbook...

 
Pearce (Mercedes) postcard collection

The collection consists of 5 postcards are primarily of scenes in San Francisco Bay (Calif.) with one postcard of the U.S. Torpedo Boat Destroyer WORDEN.

 
Pearce (Roy Harvey) Papers

Papers of scholar, critic, and founder of the UCSD literature department and the Archive for New Poetry. Included is correspondence regarding a wide variety of topics, for example, Jack Spicer research and the creation of the poetry archive. Correspondents include...

 
Pearcy (Susan D.) wood and linoleum block prints of United Farm Workers

Susan Due Pearcy is an internationally known artist and printmaker working in the tradition of the transcendentalists. This collection consists of sixteen of her linoleum and woodcut block prints depicting scenes of the migrant field work from her time volunteering...

 
Pearl Harbor lifeboat logs : typescripts, 1941 Dec. 11-29.

Daily logs of the lifeboats of the SS "Lahaina" and the SS "Manini." Both ships were torpedoed or shot at by Japanese vessels. L.B. #2 of the Lahaina was at sea from Dec. 11-21, 1941; L.B. #2 of the Manini...

 
Pearman (Reginald) Photograph Collection

Photojournalist Reginald A. Pearman worked as a staff photographer for the , , and the Associated Press and over his career was a regular contributor to Magazine, , and the . The Reginald Pearman photograph collection includes 614 photographic prints...

 
Pearson family papers, 1858-1960.

Consists of diaries, correspondence, and newspaper clippings. Diaries are by Samuel Pearson and his wife Margaret Pearson; they include Samuel Pearson's service Spanish-American War in Cuba, and time stationed in Calif. and Japan. Also includes menus, military documents, a scrapbook,...

 
Pearson (Gerald L.) Papers

Correspondence, 1961-1982, research notebooks on optical properties of solids and other subjects, technical reports prepared during his tenure at Bell Telephone Laboratories, reprints, photographs and slides, legal papers relating to patents, transcript of an oral history interview, memorabilia, and other...

 
Pearson (Grace N.) Papers

Correspondence, pamphlets, reports, newspaper articles, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to the evacuation and resettlement of Japanese Americans on the West Coast during World War II.

 
Pearson (Gustavus C.) Papers

The collection consists primarily of diaries, and letters between the members of Gustavus Pearson's immediate family -- his wife Hattie and three children, John A., Francis, and Norman. Included in the correspondence are also a few letters from Gustavus and...

 
Pearson, Norman Holmes Letter to Dixon : and related material : LS, 1941 Dec. 29.

Transmits to Dixon a carbon typescript of Pearson's review of F.O. Matthiessen's American Renaissance (Oxford University Press) submitted to decision, and makes comment about Dixon's next visit the following summer when the war is hoped to be "well on the...

 
Pease (Hattie A.) (1846-1933) Papers, 1861-1894

The bulk of this collection consists of long letters "Hattie" Pease wrote to "Friends at home" while she was in Micronesia. One letter is from Honolulu (May-June, 1877) and there are two folders containing pages from her journal.

 
Pease (Howard) Papers

Included in the Howard Pease Papers are drafts of some of his published novels, short stories and newspaper articles as well as correspondence from family, friends, fans and business associates. The collection also contains memorabilia, including awards, reviews, photographs and...

 
Pease (Lute) Collection

Mining and settlement in 1860s Nevada, prospecting and settlement in the Yukon Territory and Alaska 1897-1901, West Coast literary magazines in the early twentieth century, Pease family history...

 
Peatman (Philip) Collection

This collection contains material by and about Henry Miller, collected by Philip D. and Sylvia Peatman. ...

 
Peattie (Donald C. and Louise R.) Papers

The bulk of the collection relates to the writings of Donald Culross Peattie, but there also is substantial material regarding Louise Redfield Peattie's writings. In addition, there is some personal/family material.

 
Peattie (Noel) Papers

Noel Peattie (1932-2005), a poet and author of and served as Acquisitions Librarian at the University of California, Davis from 1966-1992. His Papers contain correspondence with Gary Snyder and A.D. Winans, among others, and manuscripts of some of Peattie's works.

 
Pecanins (Yani) artists' books

The collection comprises eighteen artists' books created by Mexican artist Yani Pecanins. Most of the books are unique (i.e., the artist only made one copy) and incorporate found objects, such as washing boards, spools of thread, newspaper, needles, combs, plates,...

 
Pecci-Blunt (Anna Laetitia) collection of maps of Rome

The collection consists of 42 printed maps of the city of Rome, dating circa 1550 to 1883, from the library of collector, gallerist, philanthropist and patron of the arts, Countess Anna Laetitia Pecci-Blunt.

 
Pecci-Blunt (Anna Laetitia) Print Collection of Views of Rome

The collection consists of 97 prints of views of the city of Rome, dating 1589 to circa 1860, from the library of collector, gallerist, philanthropist and patron of the arts, Countess Anna Laetitia Pecci-Blunt.

 
Peck, C. C. Letter from C. C. Peck : New Orleans, to Eleazer C. Peck, 1850 February 27.

Concerns shipment of houses and a hotel to San Francisco, California, to supply great demand for housing during the gold rush.

 
Peck family correspondence, 1891-1947 (bulk 1904-1915).

Contains correspondence concerning both the private and public interests of the Peck family, most notably Janet Peck, including the Golden Gate International Exposition, the Serbian Eastern Orthodox Church and correspondence with Phoebe Apperson Hearst.

 
Peck (Gregory) papers

The Gregory Peck papers span from the 1920s to 1993 and encompass approximately 132 linear feet. The collection contains production files for film and television, subject files, correspondence, scrapbooks, and photographs. The photograph series consists of more than 6,000 items....

 
Peck (Templeton) papers

Memoirs, 1988, and radio broadcast transcripts, memoranda, and reports, 1944-1945, relating to activities of the Office of War Information during World War II, and especially to its radio broadcasts of news and commentary in various languages to Europe from its...

 
Peck (Willys R.) Papers

Diary, correspondence, memoranda, biography, and clippings, relating to Chinese foreign relations, domestic politics in China, and the Japanese occupation in Bangkok, Thailand, during World War II.

 
Peckham (Stephen F.) Papers

These papers consist of a journal (1865-1866) kept by Peckham (with some entries by his wife, Mary Chace Peckham, active in the suffrage movement) during their stay in San Buenaventura, California; correspondence between Peckham and geologists then working in California...

 
Peckinpah (Sam) papers

The Sam Peckinpah papers span the years 1936-1985 (bulk 1970s-1980s) and encompass 99.5 linear feet. The collection contains production material, scripts, story files, correspondence, legal and financial records, books and magazines, audiotapes and disc recordings, scrapbooks, and photographs. Personal material...

 
Pederson (Donald E.) drawings of the Carrillo Street Hotel/Conference Center

The Donald E. Pederson drawings of the Carrillo Street Hotel/Conference Center span 3 linear feet and date from 1984. The collection consists of 19 architectural drawings. Drawings include: elevations (interior and exterior), area maps, specifications, floor plans, site plan, and...

 
Pederson, Duane, Jesus People International, and Hollywood Free Paper Collection

Duane Pederson, Jesus People International, and the Hollywood Free Paper had a significant role in the development of the Jesus People Movement beginning in the late 1960s. The diversity of materials in the collection attests to Pederson’s range of ministry...

 
Pedigree Chart of Joseph Murillo Northrop

This is a pedigree chart created by Marie Northrop, documenting the family tree of Joseph Murillo Northrop on a layout copyrighted 1949 by Wendell O. Rich. The Northrop family is documented in California and Mexico from 1700 to 1944.

 
Pedro Camejo papers, 1928-2008.

Camejo's journals, correspondence, writings, and audiovisual materials.

 
Pedro Corvalan orders : Arispe, Mexico : D, 1783 Nov.-Dec.

Orders of the governor of Sonora, concerning the Mission of San Carlos of Sonora and improving conditions for the inhabitants of the province, with special measures regarding cattle.

 
Pedro de Alberni papers, 1800-1801.

Military communications to Macario Castro, Comisionado, Pueblo de San Jose.

 
Pedro de Lemos Collection

Collection consists of a bound booklet titled “Pedro de Lemos Early Twentieth Century Artist & Craftsman,” containing photocopied documents, articles, photographs, and drawings compiled by Phyllis Lyon Munsey, circa 1990; and other assorted photocopied photographs and news clippings, 1924-41.

 
Pedro Espejo family papers, 1856-1898.

Mainly letters to Eduardo Espejo (1876-1878) from family in San Francisco; and a few written by him (1877) from San Bartolo, Sonora, Mexico; some letters to General Pedro Espejo (1865-1867) from the Mexican Ministry of War concerning appointment to military...

 
Pedro Fages : The first Californian : typescript : [ca. 1947-1950]

Drafts of a book or paper on the Spanish explorer and military governor Pedro Fages, by Desdemona Heinrich, Berkeley, Calif. Contains: preliminary draft; Fages & Serra; Pedro Fages to 1782; Pedro Fages in Baja California, 1783.

 
Pedro Fages correspondence and documents, 1772-1788.

Include letter to Father Junipero Serra, with reply by Serra; list of captives from settlements on the Colorado River, and those killed there, Dec. 20, 1781; copy, in hand of Hermenegildo Sal, of diary kept during expedition from Pitic to...

 
Pedro J. Gonzalez Papers

A telegraph operator for Pancho Villa during the Mexican Revolution; a radio personality and popular recording artist in Los Angeles; an immigration activist framed for political purposes and sent to San Quentin prison; and finally, a man fighting for the...

 
Pedro Javier de Vera correspondencia : Caceres and Cadiz, Spain : LS, 1810 July 9-Sept. 25.

Correspondence (copies and signed duplicate) of Vera, Matias Bazo, and Jose Maria Cos, dealing principally with a remittance payable to Vera's attorney, Miguel de Naxera; referring also to ecclesiastical and political matters connected with the Council of the Indies.

 
Pedro Lainez poesias : ms., 16--.

Two pages to each leaf except that pages opposite 1st, 3d. and 246th rectos are blank. Loose in case.

 
Pedro Maria de Vargas y Silva papers, 1772-1804.

Include the following: request, l772 to be admitted as a cadet in the cavalry regiment in Seville, with approval signed by Alexander O'Reilly; orders by Pedro Gorostiza, Feb. l3, l79l, for Vargas and others to accompany officials on a census...

 
Pedro Racobih documents : D.S., 1844-1847.

Request for property in Monterey, Calif. written for him by George Allen, Dec. 13, 1844. Also included: confirmation of grant by Marcelino Escobar, Dec. 14, 1844; notation of recording by Ambrosio Gomez; assignation of land to Ricardo Juan by Maria...

 
Pedrorena (Miguel de) Letter

This is a photostat, created circa 1932, of a letter from Miguel de Pedrorena to Captain Stephen Smith written October 10, 1845.

 
Pedroza (Alma and Alfonse) Recordings

Instantaneous (lacquer) disc recordings of Mexican-American opera singers Alma and Alfonse Pedroza.

 
Peel, Dorothy Mason (UCLA 1935). Student and alumna memorabilia and scrapbooks.

Record Series 644 contains the student and alumna memorabilia and scrapbooks of Dorothy Mason Peel (1935). Files regard UCLA sports (including football, basketball, volleyball, and tennis), Phi Omega Pi, and UCLA clubs & organizations. Materials include clippings, photographs, programs, tickets,...

 
Peer Gynt Costume Illustration Collection

This collection is comprised of 43 original costume illustrations used for the San Jose State College production of Henrik Ibsen’s , which was presented during the college’s Diamond Jubilee on May 21st, 1937. These costume designs were produced by students...

 
Peer (John A.) Papers

Collection consists of correspondence and legal and business papers of Peer, including bills and receipts, concerning his activities as an inventor of devices for improved smelting and refining of gold ore....

 
Peery family papers,

Includes receipt for lot in Yuba City, Calif., 1893; 2 letters from Hiram W. Johnson to Mrs. T.P. Peery concerning a foreign service appointment for her son; and obituary notices for Trusten P. Peery, 1936.

 
Peet family papers, 1859-1878.

Include letters from Edward Warren Peet, mainly to his wife, relating to his experiences mining in California, Nevada and Arizona, and correspondence and accounts primarily concerning his flour mill business in Neenah, Wisconsin, in the early 1860's.

 
Pegge Family Papers

Samuel Pegge (1704-1796)was a Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge (1726), vicar of Godmersham, Kent (1731), rector of Whittington, Staffordshire (1751), and a antiquarian. His son, the younger Samuel Pegge (d. 1800), became a barrister, a groom of his majesty's...

 
Peggy Christian (Firm) Records

Collection consists of material related to the Peggy Christian Bookseller. Includes correspondence, catalogs, business records (1947-83), and ledgers (1954-82). Also includes working papers for an article regarding the Newberry and Caldecott awards and correspondence of James Sanborn....

 
Peggy Jeanne Green papers, circa 1960-1975.

Contains promotional materials, advertisements, and other ephemera for California City, Calif. used by an agent to promote real estate sales. Also includes a buyer copy of a real estate agreement (signed by Green) to purchase land in California City from...

 
Peggy LaViolette Powell papers on the Eyes West conference : Monterey, California, 1961 Sept. 15-17.

Contains article on the Eyes West conference including short biographies and statements from photographer Ansel Adams, advertiser Howard Gossage, producer and actor John Houseman, architect Louis I. Kahn, author Lewis Mumford, music composer Gunther Schuller, and art director Henry Wolf....

 
Peggy Wayburn papers 1968-1998.

The papers consist primarily of manuscript drafts. Also included are correspondence, reports, book proposals, and reviews, diaries, and field notes.

 
Peggy Wayburn photograph collection [graphic].

Chiefly slides of wilderness areas in Alaska and California. Also views in Hawaii and other parts of the United States. Also present are photographs from Wayburn's travels abroad, including the Galapagos Islands and Africa. Some family photographs present, with many...

 
Peggy Wayburn Sierra Club papers, 1957-1973.

Papers relating to Peggy Wayburn's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Pehrson (Elmer Walter) Photograph Album and Papers

The photograph album, kept during his four years at Stanford, includes images of faculty (James Perrin Smith, Cyrus Fisher Tolman, David Starr Jordan, John Casper Branner, Austin Flint Rogers, and Hayes Wilson Young); Geology and Mining Society group portraits; dorm...

 
Peirce (George J.) letters

Letters from friends in Great Britain, relating to conditions in Great Britain during World War II, January-February 1941.

 
Peirce (George J) Papers

Peirce's papers are primarily incoming and outgoing correspondence pertaining to his professional interests (research, publications, teaching positions) and his administrative duties at Stanford. Correspondents include Daniel T. MacDougal, William Austin Cannon, Charles R. Barnes, John M. Coulter, William F. Ganong,...

 
Peixotto (Ernest and Mary) papers

Papers of artist and writer Ernest Peixotto and his wife Mary Hutchinson Peixotto. Includes correspondence; subject files; diaries, sketchbooks, and notebooks; personalia; ephemera; and some scrapbooks.

 
Peixotto, Eustace M. (Eustace Maduro) Photographs of the Columbia Park Boys' Club [graphic]

Albums contain snapshots of summer camps, long distance walking trips throughout California, acrobatics, marching bands, baseball teams, swimming, and other club activities.

 
Pele deLappe oral history and supporting materials, 1991-2001.

photocopy of a typescript oral history interview with artist/journalist/political activist Pele deLappe conducted by Robert G. Larsen in 1993 for the Berkeley Historical Society. Corrections and additions in manuscript. Volume 2 includes copies of letters by Robert E. Treuhaft and...

 
Pelenyi (Janos) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, speeches, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the history of Hungary, Hungarian-American relations, and Hungarian diplomacy during World War II.

 
Pelikan (John M.) papers

Correspondence, contractual agreements, and clippings, relating to engineering operations and economic conditions in the Soviet Union, and to exit difficulties of J. M. Pelikan and his wife, a Soviet citizen. Photocopy.

 
Pell & Company accounts, 1847-ca. 1850.

Mainly accounts for business association of E. Ward Pell and R.C. Kirby, presumably in San Francisco.

 
Pellar (Brian) Papers and Artwork for

This collection documents the creation of , a bronze sculpture of a human figure created by University of California, Irvine, graduate Brian Pellar. The sculpture was installed in the Laurel Wilkening Rose garden on the UC Irvine campus on April...

 
Peltason (Jack) Papers

This collection contains papers from Jack Peltason, founding Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs at UC Irvine, UC Irvine Chancellor from 1984 to 1992, and President of the University of California from 1992-1995. There are materials from his early academic career,...

 
Pelton (George S.) Papers

Correspondence, maps and legal papers dealing mostly with mining and re-working ancient silver deposits in Hildalgo, Mexico, at Pachuca and Real del Monte, ca. 1920's-1940's.

 
Pemberton Collection, ca. 1906-1907

Scrapbook and photograph album. Scrapbook of John Roy Pemberton ( -1968) of his college days at Stanford University. There are also cyanotypes of earthquake damage at Stanford resulting from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.

 
Pence (Harry) Papers

Papers of Captain Harry Langley Pence, U.S. Naval Academy graduate (1906), career United States Navy officer (1902-1945), and Red Cross administrator (1945-1946). The papers contain communiques, typescripts, correspondence, diaries, memorabilia, memorandums, orders, photographs, reports, reprints, and scrapbooks.

 
[Pencil drawings by Caroline Bacon Coleman, 1864-1868]

This collection consists of twenty-two detailed pencil drawings on a newsprint sketchpad, dated 1864-1868. Identified drawings include Fort Yuma in 1864, General Jillers [sp.?] mansion at the head of the Bayous Burrow, Niagara Falls and Mount Baker from Cedar Hill...

 
Pendleton family papers.

Include recollections of Chappell Heath Bonner recorded by his granddaughter, Mrs. John W. Pendleton; biographical information re Rev. John W. Pendleton, pioneer Methodist clergyman in Nevada and California; genealogy of Pendleton family.

 
Peng (Shu-tse) and Zhen Bilan Papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, theses, and resolutions, relating to the early communist movement in China, and to Trotskyist activities in China and elsewhere. Includes memoirs, other writings, and correspondence of Zhen Bilan, the companion of Peng Shu-tse, relating to the...

 
Peninsula Hospital, Incorporated, Records

Includes list of original stockholders, 1908; petition by property owners and residents objecting to location of the hospital in block 54, 1908; deeds and other legal documents relating to property in lot 26, 1909-1913; and an agreement with the Students...

 
Peninsula-Times Tribune Photographs of Stanford University

These photographs pertaining to Stanford University were selected from the morgue of the Peninsula Times-Tribune after its closing. They consist of photographs by the newspaper staff as well as photographs obtained from the Stanford News Service and other sources.

 
The Penitent brothers : typescript, [ca. 1935-1936].

Copies of her work on the Penitentes in New Mexico, with related notes; and typed transcriptions and translations of selected Penitente songs, in collaboration with Laurence Lee.

 
Penn Chemical Works (Campo Seco, Calif.) Essay Records

This collection consists of pages of unbound printed forms on which daily assay samples are recorded, giving the percentages of copper, iron, etc. in each sample. Since the period covered by these records includes the World War I years, the...

 
Penn (William) - A Collection of Material about William Penn and his Descendants

Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, typescripts, pamphlets, photographs, clippings, and books....

 
Pennell family papers, 1849-1853.

Letter from George Pennell, 1849, describing his journey across Panama; two letters, one on a lettersheet, from John T. Pennell, 1853, containing description of Sacramento and his life there; and genealogical information on the Pennell family.

 
Pennell (William D.) Letters

Family letters of William Doyle Pennell and his wife, Delila Ann....

 
Penner (Stanford S.) Papers

Papers of Stanford Solomon Penner, professor of engineering physics and director of the Center for Energy and Combustion Research at the University of California, San Diego. Penner is known for his research in combustion and energy, applied spectroscopy, and thermophysics....

 
Pennes (Alexander) Papers: Committee for Medical Freedom Records

The majority of this collection concerns the blacklisting of doctors and other medical professionals during the Cold War/McCarthy Era, particularly the dismissal of three doctors by the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Los Angeles in December 1951.

 
Penningroth (Louis P.) papers

Correspondence, diaries, memoirs, financial records, reports, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to Young Men's Christian Association aid to Allied prisoners of war in Austria, especially juvenile Russian prisoners; aid to repatriated Russian prisoners at the end of World...

 
Pennington (Lee Roberts) papers

Correspondence, speeches, reports, memoranda, serial issues, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to communism in the United States, subversive activities in the United States, and investigative activities of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and private organizations.

 
Pennington (Levi Talbott) correspondence

Relates to Pacific College, disarmament, the National Committee on Food for the Small Democracies, and the Boys' Clubs of America. Photocopy.

 
Pennsylvania documents : DS, ALS, 1774-1816.

Concerning land transactions, and two letters from William Clark, 1816, relating to the proposed building of an arsenal in Meadville.

 
Pennsylvania Infantry, 90th Regiment, Civil War History

The collection contains one undated 27-page handwritten manuscript, "Record of the 90th Regiment," recounting the participation of the Pennsylvania Infantry, 90th Regiment (Vols.) in the Civil War, 1861-1864, including the Battle of Gettysburg in July 1863....

 
Penrod (James I.) Papers

The collection includes files collected from James I. Penrod's office between 1970 and 1985 during his time as Vice President for Systems and Planning at Pepperdine University. Materials include correspondence; organization charts; a systems and planning orientation manual; Pepperdine management...

 
Penrose (R.A.F.) miscellaneous correspondence

Consists primarily of letters received from Herbert Hoover, relating to international mining, World War I Belgian relief, and American politics.

 
Penry (William C.) Collection

Business papers and correspondence in connection with operation of the Amador Dispatch newspaper and the Amador Telegraph Company, both in Jackson, California....

 
Pensieri in genere sullo stile musicale conveniente al salmo miserere, ed analisi speciale d'un miserere di Francesco Basily.

MUSI; ML55.P25 1821: With: Etude sur les travaux d'histoire et d'archéologie de Mr. E. de Coussemaker / A. Desplanque. Lille : Impr. de Lefebvre-Ducrocq, 1870 -- Actes d'état civil d'artistes musiciens et comédiens / H. Herluison. Orléans : H. Herluison,...

 
Pentlin (Susan Lee) collection

Pamphlets, serial issues, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to political, social, economic and cultural conditions in East Germany, and to German studies in the United States and the teaching of German as a foreign language. Mainly East German government...

 
Penzer (Norman Mosely) Papers

The collection contains mostly mounted photographs of architectural and archaeological sites in the Middle East and Europe, with extensive notes and accompanying maps, pamphlets, booklets, etc.

 
People for the American Way Collection of Conservative Political Ephemera

This collection is comprised of ephemera assembled by the People For the American Way and pertaining to right-wing movements in the United States. The collection documents the ideological orientations, policy positions, talking points, and organizational structures and strategies of hundreds...

 
The people of the state of California, plaintiff, vs. Bertha Berger, defendant : no. 22,838, a felony, to wit, murder : reporter's transcript : typescript, 1933 Feb.

Vols. 2-3 of the reporter's transcript of Bertha Berger's murder trial, held Feb. 1933 in San Francisco, Calif. Berger was accused of murdering her husband Dec. 1, 1932 in San Francisco. George T. Davis was the defense attorney.

 
The people of the state of California, plaintiff, vs. Kenneth Long, defendant : no. 4369 : reporter's transcript : typescripts, 1948 Nov. 3-19.

Reporter's transcripts (11 v.) of Kenneth Long's murder trial held Nov. 3-19, 1948 in Martinez, Calif. Long was accused of murdering his wife, Barbara Jean Long on June 26, 1948, in Richmond, Calif. George T. Davis was his defense attorney.

 
The people of the state of California, plaintiff, vs. Lillian Barendt, defendant : no. 24,606, a felony, to wit, assault with intent to commit murder (insanity) : typescripts, 1934 Oct. 31-Nov. 7.

Reporter's transcripts (4 v.) of Lillian Barendt's attempted murder trial, held Oct.-Nov. 1934 in San Francisco, Calif. The defense entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. George T. Davis was the defense attorney.

 
People vs. Owen Bathhouse Closure Litigation Records

Court documents and other records related to the case People of the State of California, ex rel. George Agnost, et al. vs. Ima Jean Owen, et al. (Superior Court No. 830-321), aka People vs. Owen, filed October 10, 1984, by...

 
People's College of Law of the National Lawyers Guild Collection

Press releases, correspondence, proposal, flyers, notes, clippings, pamphlets, resolutions, admission packet, and other items documenting activity of the People's College of Law of the National Lawyers Guild (PCL), 1973-1980. The PCL was an unaccredited law school intended to train legal...

 
People's Fund Records

This sparse collection is comprised of approved and denied applications for assistance, thank-you notes, bank records, minutes, and scattered correspondence. There is little that documents the relationship between the Pride Foundation and its community center at 330 Grove, Bob Ross...

 
People's Park conflicts in Berkeley, Calif. [graphic] /

Demonstrators in the streets of Berkeley during the 1969 People's Park riots. Some views include police in riot gear or tear gas in the streets near the park. Images from 1972 chiefly depict the crowd and police gathered around a...

 
Peoples Temple Collection

This collection contains audiotape transcripts and summaries, audiotapes, photocopies of original unclassified documents from the federal government (on paper and also on other formats, including microfilm, microfiche, and compact disk), and newspaper and magazine articles related to the Peoples Temple...

 
Peoples Temple Ephemera and Publications

The bulk of the collection consists of printed materials generated by Peoples Temple pertaining to their activities in the United States and in Jonestown, the agricultural project started by Jim Jones in Guyana. Includes promotional materials such as periodicals, flyers,...

 
Peoples Temple Miscellany

Peoples Temple miscellany consists of miscellaneous materials about Peoples Temple arranged by California Historical Society staff into a single, ongoing collection. Acquired at different times from a variety of donors, materials in the collection include correspondence, notes, scrapbooks, journals, clippings,...

 
Peoples Temple Records

Consists of materials collected by court receiver Robert H. Fabian in his efforts to identify and locate Peoples Temple assets and settle the more than 750 claims that arose from the events of November 18, 1978, when Congressman Leo Ryan,...

 
Peper (John P.) Papers

Collection consists of peace officer training curriculum, bicycle safety program, speeches, awards, publications, and research files.

 
Peppard (George) papers

The George Peppard papers span the years circa 1953-1990 and encompass 21.3 linear feet. The collection contains film and television scripts, production material, awards, and seventeen scrapbooks. The photograph series consists of prints, transparencies, slides, and negatives of motion picture...

 
Pepper, Dorothy Leavitt. Photographs from a trip to Yellowstone National Park [graphic]

Sierra Club scenes, primarily on an outing to Yellowstone National Park in 1926. Photos depict camp life and scenery. Ansel Adams appears in one of the photographs.

 
Pepperdine Ambassadors Council Records

The Pepperdine Ambassadors Council (PAC) is a group of undergraduate students at Pepperdine University who serve as a link between the student body of Seaver College and the greater Pepperdine community. The group is comprised of students who feel passionately...

 
Pepperdine Associates Records

The Pepperdine Associates is a Pepperdine University support group comprised of donors, alumni, and community friends, started in 1977. The collection contains printed material, photographs, and audiovisual material created by and collected about the Pepperdine Associates. The items are primarily...

 
Pepperdine Bible Lectures Collection

The Pepperdine University Bible Lectures collection includes paper materials (including programs, correspondence, and other items) and audio recordings taken during Pepperdine Bible Lectures held in Los Angeles (beginning in 1943) and Malibu (beginning in 1973).

 
Pepperdine College Freedom Forum Records

The Pepperdine College Freedom Forum was a three day seminar on promoting and defending American values co-sponsored by Pepperdine College and the National Education Program held annually on campus from 1959 to 1971. The collection consists of brochures, programs, press...

 
Pepperdine (George) Family Papers

The George Pepperdine family papers are comprised of paper materials (such as correspondence, writings, and newspaper clippings), photographs, films, and memorabilia, dating from 1907 to 2002. Individuals represented in the collection include George Pepperdine, Lena Rose Pepperdine, Helen Louise Pepperdine,...

 
Pepperdine University Accreditation Collection

The collection contains files related to accreditation of Pepperdine College and Pepperdine University from 1938 to 2005. Most items are reports submitted to the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) or the previous accreditation body, the Western College Association...

 
Pepperdine University Admissions and Enrollment Collection

The collection contains materials created by and for the Office of Admissions at Pepperdine University between 1962 and the mid-2000s. Printed materials include application packets, brochures, flyers, advertising material for Pepperdine, enrollment and admissions statistics and reports, and other items....

 
Pepperdine University Alumni Association Records

The materials in this collection are items created by and collected from the Pepperdine University Alumni Association between 1958 and 2010, including printed material, memorabilia, alumni directories, and photographs. The Alumni Association is comprised of graduates from Pepperdine University's five...

 
Pepperdine University Annual Reports

The collection contains annual financial reports (generally called "Annual Reports," but occasionally called "President's Reports") for Pepperdine College, Pepperdine University, the Graziadio School of Business and Management, the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, and the School of Public Policy....

 
Pepperdine University Archaeological Survey and Excavation Collection

In 1970, UCLA Archaeologist John Beaton and his team surveyed the site that would become Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. They excavated a rock shelter at Winter Canyon that uncovered 597 artifacts which were catalogued and returned to Pepperdine in...

 
Pepperdine University Archives Audiovisual Collection

The collection is a catchall for audiovisual materials not already separated into specific collections. The most common types of recordings include VHS, betacam and betamax tapes, audio and video reels, and audiocassettes. Recordings may relate to individuals, workshops, conferences, events,...

 
Pepperdine University Archives Individual Files

The collection was created by Special Collections and University Archives staff and consists of biographical information, article clippings, correspondence, publications, memoranda, and speeches about former faculty, staff, donors, distinguished guests, and other individuals associated with Pepperdine University. Materials are filed...

 
Pepperdine University Archives Individual Photograph Files

The collection was created by Special Collections and University Archives staff and consists of photographs, slides, and negatives of former faculty, staff, donors, distinguished guests, and other individuals associated with Pepperdine University. Materials are filed alphabetically by individual's last name.

 
Pepperdine University Archives Oral History Interviews

The collection was created by Special Collections and University Archives staff and consists of oral histories with former faculty, staff, donors, distinguished guests, students, and other individuals associated with Pepperdine University. The collection is arranged alphabetically by interviewee's last name.

 
Pepperdine University Archives Photographs, Negatives, and Slides

The collection contains photographs, negatives, and slides taken of people, places, and events related to George Pepperdine College and Pepperdine University, in California and abroad. Items range in date from 1937 to 2008. The bulk of the collection is comprised...

 
Pepperdine University Archives Publications

The collection was created by Pepperdine University librarians and consists of 95 publications produced or published by Pepperdine University from 1945 to present.

 
Pepperdine University Archives Subject Files

The collection is a catchall for printed materials and photographs related to Pepperdine University. Topics include campus departments, campus planning, construction, churches, financial aid, events, lectures and conferences, Malibu, educational organizations, off-campus education programs, personnel, and other topics. Files range...

 
Pepperdine University Athletics Records

The collection contains materials related to and produced by Pepperdine University Athletics and its predecessor at George Pepperdine College. Items range in date from approximately 1939 to 2013, and primarily include game programs, sports schedules, brochures, newspaper clippings about athletes...

 
Pepperdine University Board of Regents Records

The collection contains materials from the Pepperdine University Board of Regents between 1976 and 2005, including meeting minutes and agendas, member lists and biographical material, memorandums and correspondence, photographs, and VHS tapes.

 
Pepperdine University Budget and Finance Collection

The Pepperdine University Budget and Finance collection consists of materials related to the fiscal management of the university. Materials in the collection include budget reports, audit reports, policy and procedure manuals, accounting reports, meeting agendas and minutes, and documents related...

 
Pepperdine University Bulletins, Catalogs and Schedule of Classes

The Pepperdine University catalogs, bulletins and schedule of classes consists of publications produced by Pepperdine College and Pepperdine University for current and prospective students, ranging from 1937 to 2012. Materials in the collection include a variety of brochures advertising the...

 
Pepperdine University Campaigns and Fundraising Collection

The collection contains materials related to fundraising efforts run by Pepperdine University, primarily the major fundraising campaigns "Wave of Excellence" and "Challenged to Lead." Paper items include correspondence, handbooks, brochures, gift letters, photographs, interview transcripts, and other items. Audiovisual items...

 
Pepperdine University Campus Dedications Collection

The Pepperdine University Campus Dedications collection consists of materials related to ceremonies celebrating the groundbreaking, dedication and opening of new buildings and other areas on Pepperdine campuses. Materials in the collection range from 1937 to 2013, and include programs, invitations,...

 
Pepperdine University Campus Planning and Construction Collection

The collection consists of files regarding the planning and construction of the Pepperdine University campus in Malibu, between 1968 and 1999. Materials consist of master plan files, maps, correspondence, architectural plans, drawings, and photographs associated with the construction of campus...

 
Pepperdine University Commencement Collection

The collection consists of materials related to commencement ceremonies held at Pepperdine University, including video recordings, photographs, printed material, memorabilia, and programs. Materials in the collection span from 1938 to 2013, and document commencement ceremonies held at all five schools...

 
Pepperdine University Computing Collection

Computers were first introduced at Pepperdine University in the late 1970s and early 1980s under Howard White's presidency. The collection contains records from multiple offices on campus related to computers and computing, including meeting minutes from the Data Administration Group...

 
Pepperdine University Convocations, Founder's Day and Presidential Inaugurations Collection

The collection documents convocation programs at Pepperdine, annual Founder's Day ceremonies, and the inaugurations of Pepperdine presidents. Materials include programs, invitations, speech transcripts, general information, photographs, and audio and video recordings of particular events. Items in the collection range from...

 
Pepperdine University Credits Committee Records

The collection contains materials produced by and related to the Credits Committee. Items in the collection include printed materials such as memoranda; weekly committee minutes; student correspondence; minutes from the Orange County campus; fieldwork minutes; credit committee guidelines; and other...

 
Pepperdine University Due Process Committee (DPC) Deliberations Records

The Due Process Committee (DPC) held deliberations from April to July of 1977, regarding the handling of project supervision when faculty members are terminated or take leaves of absence. Materials in the collection include transcripts of committee proceedings.

 
Pepperdine University Faculty Collection

The collection contains materials from 1930 to 2011 related to faculty at George Pepperdine College and George Pepperdine University. Items include subject files on topics such as appreciation dinners and conferences, announcements, committees, individual faculty members, and others; citation lists...

 
Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology Records

The collection contains materials related to the Graduate School of Education and Psychology (GSEP) and its predecessors. Most items were collected from Dean Olaf H. Tegner's office, and range in date from 1964 to 2005. Materials include advertisements, class schedules,...

 
Pepperdine University Great Issues Records

The collection contains printed materials, photographs, negatives, and audiocassettes from the Great Issues Series at Pepperdine from 1970 through 1987. Themes addressed in speaker presentations focused on pressing issues of the time, primarily in the areas of policy and economics....

 
Pepperdine University International Programs Records

The Pepperdine University International Programs collection consists of materials from Pepperdine's various international study programs, most notably the Year-In-Europe program. Items in the collection range from 1956 to 2010, and include printed materials such as correspondence and brochures as well...

 
Pepperdine University Libraries Records

The collection contains materials produced by or about Pepperdine libraries between 1937 and 2013. The libraries represented are the George Pepperdine College Library (Los Angeles campus); Payson Library and the School of Law library (Malibu campus); and the Orange County...

 
Pepperdine University Management Committee (UMC) Records

The University Management Committee serves as Pepperdine's key policy making body. The collection includes meeting minutes, agendas, correspondence, blueprints, financial records, memoranda, and reports from committee meetings. The documents span from 1992 to 2008.

 
Pepperdine University Office of Public Affairs Records

Materials in the collection come from various offices and departments on campus responsible for handling public relations and school publications at Pepperdine. Materials in the collection include subject and name files covering events, faculty and alumni; correspondence and interoffice memos;...

 
Pepperdine University Office of the Provost, Nancy Magnusson Fagan Records

The collection consists of inter-office memoranda and correspondence sent by or to former Pepperdine University Interim Provost Nancy Fagan Magnusson from January 1993 to June 1993.

 
Pepperdine University Office of the Provost, Steven S. Lemley Records

The collection consists of inter-office memoranda and correspondence sent by or to former Pepperdine University Provost Steven S. Lemley from 1993 to 1998.

 
Pepperdine University Office of the Provost, William B. Adrian Records

The collection consists of inter-office memoranda and correspondence sent by or to former Pepperdine University Provost William B. Adrian from 1985 to 1993.

 
Pepperdine University Operations Planning Committee (OPS) Records

The collection includes agendas, articles, correspondence, financial records, memoranda, meeting minutes, policy lists, schedules, maps and blueprints of the campus, and summaries of action taken by the committee. Materials range from 1974 to 1987.

 
Pepperdine University Performing and Fine Arts Collection

The Pepperdine University Performing and Fine Arts collection contains materials related to music, theater, and art events and activities held on Pepperdine campuses. Items in the collection include brochures, programs, event invitations, photographs, and audiovisual recordings ranging from 1937 to...

 
Pepperdine University Planning Committee (UPC) Records

The collection includes memoranda, correspondence, agendas, minutes, and other documents pertaining to the University Planning Committee (UPC) at Pepperdine University from 1993-2006.

 
Pepperdine University Plaques

The collection includes twelve plaques that were at one time displayed around George Pepperdine College or Pepperdine University.

 
Pepperdine University Policy Committee (UPOL) Records

The collection includes documents pertaining to the University Policy Committee at Pepperdine from 1983 to 1992. Topics include student recruitment, university finances, student employment, tuition and other student charges, admissions, graduation, faculty housing, voice mail, and WASC accreditation.

 
Pepperdine University Real Estate Records

The collection contains files on real estate properties around the United States (but mainly in Los Angeles and California) sold by Pepperdine University primarily in the 1970s and 1980s. The files contain paperwork, correspondence, copies of property deeds (including exact...

 
Pepperdine University School of Continuing Education Records

The collection contains materials produced by and related to the Pepperdine University School of Continuing Education. Items in the collection include a press release, brochures and course offering flyers, teacher evaluations, photographs, and other printed materials. Materials in the collection...

 
Pepperdine University School of Law Records

The Pepperdine University School of Law records consist of items produced by and related to the law school at Pepperdine University. Materials in the collection include brochures, invitations, symposium and conference proceedings, photographs, alumni directories, audiovisual materials and bulletins specific...

 
Pepperdine University School of Professional Studies and Los Angeles Campus Collection

The collection contains materials produced by and about Pepperdine University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS) on the Los Angeles campus. The bulk of the material dates from 1972 to 1981. Materials include general files about the School of Professional Studies,...

 
Pepperdine University School of Public Policy Records

The collection contains mainly printed material and photographs produced by and related to the School of Public Policy at Pepperdine University. Items in the collection include recruitment materials such as programs, flyers and brochures; project and event programs; publications; news...

 
Pepperdine University Seaver College Records

The collection contains mostly printed material related to or created by Pepperdine University's undergraduate college, Seaver College, dating from approximately 1970 to 2010. Items include brochures and information about admissions, conferences, lectures, departments, and international programs; articles; handbooks; exam schedules;...

 
Pepperdine University Speeches Collection

The collection contains printed transcripts of various speeches and addresses given at Pepperdine University, as well as some draft materials and recordings of speeches. The types of speeches include commencement addresses, presidential inaugural speeches, talks given for Pepperdine's Great Issues...

 
Pepperdine University Strategic Planning Committee Records

The collection includes correspondence, financial reports, memoranda, and other materials related to the universities' strategic planning from 1977 to 1997.

 
Pepperdine University Student Life Collection

The collection documents aspects of the Pepperdine student experience. Materials in the collection include handbooks and orientation guides; housing and health information; materials related to clubs, intramural sports, cultural enrichment, and special events; photographs; memorabilia; and student-created scrapbooks from different...

 
Pepperdine University Women's Organizations Collection

The collection contains materials created by women's organizations of George Pepperdine College and Pepperdine University. Items include member directories and handbooks, financial records, meeting minutes, invitations, correspondence, memos, a scrapbook, and a gavel. Materials range in date from 1937 to...

 
Peralta-Galindo family papers, 1852-1924.

Letters, some in Spanish, and legal documents, such as deeds, survey notes, blueprints, and tax receipts, record the land holdings and later subdivisions of the Peralta-Galindo families. For each document written in Spanish, a brief definition and summary written in...

 
Perceval (Don Louis) Illustrations Collection

Don Louis Perceval grew up in California and studied at Chouinard Art Institute, London's Royal College of Art and the Heatherley Art School. In addition to his work as a commercial artist, he also served on the faculty of Chouinard...

 
Percival (Don Louis) Collection, ca. 1870s-1904

Photos of Native Americans in Arizona, New Mexico and California. Includes three photos by J. K. Hillers and eight by James Stevenson. There are also 27 of Zunis by Mrs. M. C. Stevenson.

 
Percival (Olive) papers

Olive May Graves Percival (1869-1945) was an avid collector of books, hats, dolls, daguerreotypes, silver, textiles, quilts, fans, bookplates, Lalique, and Oriental art. The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, negatives, scrapbooks, guest books, typescripts of articles and poems, bookmarks, bookplates,...

 
Percy C. Heckendorf papers.

Correspondence, speeches, minutes and scrapbooks concerning the California State War Council, Earl Warrens 1942 election as state governor, and other projects in which Heckendorf was involved.

 
Perduss (Jurgen) Collection

Computer disks, lists, reports, roster, telephone directory, code book, judicial decision, and printed matter, relating to the organizational structure and operations of the East German secret service, and to post-unification investigations of it. Includes lists of East German secret service...

 
Peregrine Press and Henry H. Evans Collection

Correspondence, writings, designs, photographs, prints, artwork and ephemera produced by Henry H. Evans and the Peregrine Press.

 
Pereira (William L.) and Associates project workbooks for the University of California, Irvine campus

This collection comprises five project workbooks documenting the preliminary planning of the University of California, Irvine campus by the architectural firm William L. Pereira and Associates. Pereira and Associates presented the workbooks to the University of California Regents in 1962...

 
Perekrestenko (Vladimir Mikhailovich) Papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, personal documents, and printed matter, relating to displaced persons camps after World War II, and to Russian émigré affairs.

 
Perelman (Bob) Papers

Papers of American poet Bob Perelman, documenting his career as a poet, professor, literary critic, and one of the founders of the Language poetry movement on the West Coast. The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, teaching materials, conference materials, interviews, ephemera,...

 
Perez de Cuellar (Javier) miscellaneous papers

Summaries of meetings and conversations, notes, letters, statements, and memoranda, relating to United Nations involvement in international negotiations regarding the Middle East.

 
Perez (Phyllis) Collection

The Phyllis Perez Collection consists of photographs and ephemera. The photographs document Board of County Supervisors meeting from 1997 to 2000 and include agendas that describe the photographs. The ephemera consist of items used by Clerk of the Board of...

 
Perez (Rudy) archive

The Rudy Perez archive consists of the papers, clippings, programs, books, videos, costumes and photographs from the work of modern dance choreographer Rudy Perez (1929- ), currently based in Los Angeles.

 
Performing Arts Collection

Programs, flyers, press kits, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings including reviews, and periodicals primarily documenting gay and lesbian actors and theater 1980-2000. The core of this artificial collection was formed from performing arts materials from the collection of Ken Dickmann, supplemented...

 
Performing Arts Collection

Artificial collection of programs for live theater performances primarily in the Los Angeles vicinity including the Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hollywood Bowl magazine, and the Performing Arts magazine. Collection arranged by venue, publication, geography, production title, touring company, opera, and foreign...

 
Performing arts photograph collection, 1890-1930.

Images of 19th century stage actors/actresses, mostly Americans and British.

 
Performing Arts Portrait Collection

The consists of photographs and other images of several hundred individuals and groups.  The majority of photos are of theater and other arts personalities of the 20th century.  Examples are Maude Adams, Beaux Arts Quartet, Harry Belafonte, Johnny Cash, Judy...

 
Performing Arts Program Collection

The Performing Arts Program Collection documents theater productions from venues in New York, San Francisco, and San Jose between the years 1894-1941. The programs consist of orchestra, theater, symphony, opera, and recital programs. Each one is compiled with event details,...

 
Pergaminhos medievais: inventrio bibliogrfico e ideografico : typescript / 1944-1948, 1951-1952.

Accounting of Costa's survey in widely scattered Portuguese libraries of fragments of medieval Portuguese manuscripts (in Latin, Portuguese, French, Spanish), and of music, that had been used in various manners of the binding of later manuscript and printed volumes.

Perham (Douglas M.) Clippings on Early Radio History

Clippings compiled by electronics collector Douglas M. Perham on the history of wireless telegraphy and radio, particularly in the Pacific Region.

 
Perham History Files

The Perham History Files were first created by Douglas M. Perham and continued by the Perham Foundation and Foothills Electronics Museum. The collection served as a quick reference file regarding people, companies, apparatus, and events relating to the history of...

 
Peripheral Canal Collection

Newspaper clippings regarding the proposed California Peripheral Canal. ...

Perkins (Eloise) collection

The Eloise Perkins Collection holds approximately 2,000 photos, with 200 currently digitized. Perkins (1921-1989) was a staff writer for the Times-Advocate from 1949 until 1981. She wrote local interest stories centering on Escondido, CA and the surrounding environs. The photos...

 
Perkins family papers, [ca. 1855-ca. 1860]

Invitations and programs for cotillions and balls in Todds Valley, Michigan Bluff and nearby communities in Placer Co., Calif., including dedication of I.O.O.F. Hall (Placer Lodge no. 38) Iowa Hill - chiefly addressed to Miss Edith Perkins.

 
Perkins (Harry) Correspondence

Collection consists of about 400 pieces of correspondence to and from Harry Perkins, general manager of the National Orange Show, relating to the 1913 show....

 
Perkins (Hayes) San Simeon Diaries

Five volumes of typescript diary entitled Here and There: The Diary of Hayes Perkins. Perkins worked for publisher William Randolph Hearst at both his San Simeon and Wyntoon estates; biographical ephemera and correspondence on Perkins.

 
Perkins (Isaac) Papers

Letters from Isaac Perkins to his brother Daniel in Salem, Mass....

 
Perkins (James Alfred) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, minutes, reports, and printed matter, relating to education in the United States and other countries, especially developing countries, education in internationalism, and foreign language studies in the United States.

 
Perkins (John Loring) papers

The John Loring Perkins papers span 5 linear feet and date from 1914 to circa 1978. The collection consists primarily of office records that take the form of manuals (construction and production), production data that spans two time periods 1947-1978...

 
Perkins (William) Journal

Summary: Journal chronicling three years residence in California. Typescript. Several letters in Spanish....

 
Perkoff (Stuart Z.) Papers

Stuart Z. Perkoff (1930-1973) was a Beat era poet living in Venice, California. The collection consists of his manuscripts and 46 handwritten journals.

 
Perkoff (Stuart Z.). Some Aspects of Prison

Typescript of work published in THE FLOATING BEAR....

 
Perl (Martin G.) papers

Memoirs, correspondence, identification documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to social conditions in the zone of Germany under Soviet occupation in the years immediately after World War II.

 
Perlet (Herman) Papers

Collection includes manuscript and published scores of Perlet's songs, light operas and theatrical works, and orchestral and chamber music, as well as librettos, 4 scrapbooks, news articles, programs, brochures, and photographs. Also included is a small collection of photographs of...

 
Perlich (Martin) interviews

The collection predominantly consists of Martin Perlich's radio and video interviews with musicians, actors and comedians. Also included in the collection are papers pertaining to Perlich's life and career as a writer, producer and broadcaster.

 
Perloff (Harvey S.) Papers

Harvey S. Perloff taught architecture and urban planning at the University of Chicago (1947-55), was dean of the UCLA Graduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning (1968-1983), director of the Resources for the Future, Incorporated, appointed by President Kennedy to...

 
Perloff (Marjorie) Papers

Literary manuscripts, correspondence with writers, artists, fellow critics, and publishers, published essays and reviews, editorial and university administration files, and electronic discs.

 
Pernau-Walsh Printing Co. scrapbook, 1909-1944.

Sample book containing ca. 256 mounted items (and ca. 36 loose items) by the Pernau Publishing Co. (later the Pernau-Walsh Printing Co.), including menus, envelopes, business cards, folders, programs, advertisements, ledgers, dance cards, catalogs, receipt forms, product labels, pamphlets, and...

 
Peron (Juan Domingo) Papers

Acquired at intervals between 1958 and 2004, the Juan Domingo Perón papers in the Hoover Institution Archives consist primarily of correspondence between Perón and his followers, conducted largely during the period of his exile in Madrid, Spain. Among the correspondents...

 
Peroutka (Ferdinand) papers

Contains correspondence with prominent Czechoslovak cultural and political figures in Czechoslovakia and in exile, and with American intellectual elites, as well as Peroutka's writings in exile. Also included are correspondence and internal documents of Radio Free Europe and the Council...

 
Perovic (Mileta) indictment

Accuses M. Perovic of crimes against the state of Yugoslavia. Issued by the district public prosecutor of Belgrade. Photocopy.

 
Perrin V. Fox letters : Agua Fria, Calif., to his wife, [Medina, N.Y.?], 1852-1855.

Three handwritten letters (7 p.) by Perrin V. Fox (signed either "Peren" or "P.V. Fox"), while working as a miner during the Gold Rush of California, to his wife, Ida [i.e. Louisa]. Details include: expressions of affection and longing, his...

 
Perris (Harry S.) Papers

Includes papers about the Centenary of the Treaty of Ghent, 1814-1914, publications by Harry Shaw Perris and George Herbert Perris, manuscripts by H.S. Perris, and papers and speeches by other writers.

 
Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives Historically Significant Books, Booklets and Magazines Collection, 1833-1957

The Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives Historically Significant Books, Booklets and Magazines Collection, 1833-1957 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...

 
Perris Valley Museum Historical Archives Reference Books, Booklets and Magazines Collection, 1868-2004

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...

 
Perry (Charlotte M.) clipping collection

Relates to World War I. Clippings from American and foreign newspapers.

 
Perry (Eleanor) papers

The Eleanor Perry papers span the years 1931-1981 (bulk 1962-1979) and encompass 6.3 linear feet. The collection contains scripts, along with some clippings, correspondence, and legal material for 10 films. Perry's stage, film, and television work are all represented to...

 
Perry, Newel Lewis Photographs from the Newel Lewis Perry papers [graphic]

Photographs of Newel Perry's room in Munich showing lavish Victorian furniture and other interior details. One photo of Newel Perry at the New York Association for the Blind in a room of people working.

 
Perry (W. L.) collection

Pamphlets, leaflets, handbooks, and miscellanea, issued as guides to American soldiers in North Africa and Italy during World War II.

 
Perry (Winfred O.) collection

Printed matter, maps, photographs, glass slides, and battalion flags, relating to American military activities in France during World War I.

 
Pershin (Dimitrii Petrovich) papers

Correspondence, diaries, writings, notes, and clippings, relating to White Russian and Soviet activities in Mongolia during the Russian Revolution, and the Russian émigré population during the Russian Civil War and subsequent years. Includes a memoir entitled , relating to counter-revolutionary...

 
Persian Calligraphic Samples Collection

Collection consists of Persian loose sheets illustrating calligraphy....

 
Persian Gulf Command - Iran Photo Album

During World War II, the U.S. Army's Persian Gulf Command maintained a supply line through Iran for the benefit of our Soviet allies. The first American troops of the PGC arrived in Iran in December 1942 and quickly took control...

 
Persico (Joseph E.) papers

Sound recordings and transcripts of interviews, correspondence, reports, drafts of writings, notes, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American secret service activities in Germany during World War II. Used as research material for the book by J. E. Persico, Piercing...

 
Person to Person Films Records

Motion picture film, videotapes, sound recordings, and transcripts, relating to civil war in Nicaragua. Assembled in preparation for a projected documentary film to be produced by Ronald F. Maxwell that was not completed.

 
Personal Collection of Bernt Balchen, 1899-1973

This collection contains the papers of Bernt Balchen, a renowned cold-weather aviator.

 
Personal memoranda on California : ms., 1878.

Recollections of voyage to Chagres on steamer, Falcon, Dec. 1848; crossing of the Isthmus; voyage to San Francisco on steamer, California; experiences in California including service as a chaplain at the Constitutional Convention at Monterey, 1849.

 
Personal Recollections of Los Angeles, California, in 1856

This collection consists of a handwritten manuscript of a "few personal recollections of Los Angeles, 50 years ago," written by Mrs. M.E. Williams from Santa Rosa, California. The "recollections," written in 1907 February, tell of Mrs. Williams's experiences in Los...

 
Personal Reminiscences of the War in Upper and Lower California between the American and Native Troups : Sebastopol, Calif. : typescript, 1903 June 21.

An account by a member of Stevenson's Regiment, describing his arrival in San Francisco in 1847, the capture of Santa Barbara, the siege of La Paz, the battle of Todos Santos, and the declaration of peace.

 
Personal Rights in Defense and Education (PRIDE) records

Articles of incorporation, by-laws, reports, proposals, minutes, meeting notices, photographs, event flyers and tickets, membership flyers, correspondence, and organizational documentation related to Personal Rights in Defense and Education (PRIDE), 1966-1970, a Los Angeles gay activist organization.

Personalities and Activities in the Self-Help Cooperatives of California: Photographs from the Exhibition, 1933-1934

The Personalities and Activities of the Self-Help Cooperatives of California collection contains 80 mounted silver gelatin prints taken from 1933-34. The prints were originally included in the "Exhibition of Photographs and Etchings of Personalities and Activities in the Self-Help Cooperatives...

 
Personality review (Television program) video tape

Discussion among Edwin Meese III, counselor to the president of the United States, Bernard Siegan, law professor, and Herbert Klein, newspaper editor. Broadcast over KPBS-TV, San Diego, California.

 
Personnel listings, [1996-2000].

Finding aid in the Special Collections Department, Library, University of California, Davis.

 
[Perspective peep show of a book printer's shop] [graphic].

Set of prints which, viewed together, form a three dimensional scene of operations in a printer's shop, presumably in mid-18th century Germany.

 
Perspectives on Department Administration : oral history transcript / and related material, 1978-1980.

Interviews with five department directors in the Knight-Brown administrations. Copies of photographs and of documentary material inserted. Interviewees and titles of interviews, as follows: John M. Peirce. California State Department of Finance, 1953-1958. Also discusses the 1958 gubernatorial campaign. Bert...

 
Perspectives on the Alameda County District Attorney's Office : oral history transcripts / and related material, 1963-1974.

Interviews with friends and associates of Earl Warren relating to his professional and political career in the District Attorney's Office in Alameda County.

 
Perspectives on the crisis of UNESCO, January 31-February 2, 1986 [audio tape recording]

The collection consists of 22 audio cassette tape recordings of Perspectives on the crisis in UNESCO, a conference held in Rancho Sante Fe, California January 31-February 2, 1986. The audio tape recordings formerly belonged to Roger Revelle, one of the...

 
Pertsov (Vladimir Aleksandrovich) diary extracts

Relates to the evacuation of White Russian military personnel from Kurgan in western Siberia, to Spassk, near Vladivostok, 1919 July-August.

 
Pertzoff (Constantin A.) letter

Relates to the question of Allied responsibility for the downfall of Admiral Aleksandr Kolchak during the Russian Civil War. Photocopy.

 
Peru. Legacion (United States) typescript

Relates to the seizure of a German ship during World War I for alleged violation of Peruvian neutrality.

 
Peru Photograph Album, ca. 1900

Photographs of Rev. M. J. Pusey's travels in Peru. See also Gen. Col. 1262 for articles written by Pusey while in Peru.

 
Peruvian 18th and 19th Century Correspondence and Documents Collection

Collection consists of eighteenth and nineteenth century correspondence and documents from Peru. Correspondence includes letters from important figures in Peruvian history, including presidents Ramón Castilla, Juan Antonio Pezet, and Manuel Pardo. Also includes a letter from Bolivian president Jose Balivian,...

 
Peruvian colonial records, 1581-1850.

Contains Peruvian colonial documents presumably collected by Victor Wolfgang von Hagen in the course of his research. Arranged chronologically.

 
Peruvian Manuscript Account Books Collection

Collection consists of seven manuscript account books from Peru, 1734-1806. Includes account books for the Abbey of Santa Clara, the hospital of Santa Ana, the hospital of San Andrés, and the guardianship of Feliciano Torrejón by Dr. Sebastián de Ygarriza....

 
Peruvian Manuscripts collection

This seven volume collection of manuscripts and printed materials on colonial and independent Peru focuses on the late eighteenth century, although its contents span from the seventeenth to the early nineteenth century. Three volumes of Royal Decrees feature important institutional...

 
Peruvian Political Printed Ephemera Collection

Collection of 20th century Peruvian newspapers, periodicals and ephemera, with emphasis on early issues of short-lived political publications.

 
Peruvian Subject Collection

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, bulletins, and studies relating primarily to political conditions and elections in Peru, and to communist and guerrilla movements in Peru.

 
Peschelt (William A.) Collection

The collection documents the landscape work of landscape designer William A. Peschelt during the early part of the 20th century, with a focus on his work for Arthur Letts’ Holmby Park residence in Los Angeles, California.

 
Pesonen (David) papers

The David Pesonen Papers include materials produced and acquired by Pesonen relating to his professional activities as an environmental activist, lawyer, and judge in the San Francisco Bay Area.

 
Pesticide Regulation Dept. Records

The records of the Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) consist of 14 cubic feet of textual records reflecting the agency's administration of California's many and varied pesticide regulatory programs. The records are dated from 1950 to 2004, are separated into...

 
Peszczynski (Mieczyslaw) memoir

Relates to conditions among Polish deportees to the Soviet Union at the end of World War II, 1944-1947.

 
Petaluma, California views. [graphic]

Includes town views, ranch and farming scenes (some annotated "Castania ranch owned by D.G. Heald...") landscapes after a rare snowfall, and parade views. The one stereograph pictures students in front of Petaluma High School, ca. 1875.

Pete (Marcus) Collection

Records belonging to Marcus Pete, collected between the years 1918-1946. Collection includes ephemera pertaining to The Indian Store, a general store on Section 14 of the Agua Caliente Indian Reservation owned and operated by Marcus Pete. Notable subjects recorded include...

Pete (Marcus) Journal

Journal of Marcus Pete with hand-written entries from the year 1937. Measures 4.5" x 7" x 1", red canvas hardcover binding and labeled National Diary 1935. Content chronicles his trip to Washington, D.C. in support of land allotments; accompanied by...

 
Petelin (Innokentii Stefanovich) papers

Correspondence, reports, and personal documents, relating primarily to the Chinese Eastern Railway.

 
Peter B. Kyne papers, 1914-1957.

Primarily MSS of short stories and novels.

 
Peter Cheesman DuBois papers and scrapbooks, circa 1860-1920.

Includes personal memorabilia such as boat trip tickets and several theatre playbills as well as personal photographs and newsclippings, circa 1860s-1920s, and a class notes of an ancestor from 1795-1796.

 
Peter Decker diaries : A.Ms.S., 1849-1871.

Diary of overland journey (via Sublette Cut Off) to California, Apr. 4-Nov. 5, 1849.

 
Peter E. Haas papers : relating to the San Francisco Commission on Equal Employment Opportunity, 1958-1960.

Contains case files relating to equal employement opportunities, meeting minutes and other files while Haas was serving on the San Francisco Commission on Equal Employment Opportuinty.

 
Peter F. Neumeyer collection of Gustav Janouch, 1959-1975, undated.

Letters and documents concerning a literary controversy in the 1960s over the late Czech editor Gustav Janouch and his study on Franz Kafka, entitled Gesprache mit Kafka, and its English edition, Conversations with Kafka. Also present are letters concerning the...

 
Peter Fabrizius columns written for Die Westkuste, 1941-1985.

Tearsheets of Die Westkuste, a biweekly section of Aufbau for California, Oregon, and Washington. Aufbau was a German language emigre newspaper published in New York. Max Knight and Joseph Fabry collaborated in writing a column about West Coast cultural life...

 
Peter Finch papers, 1966-1970.

Includes correspondence which consists mostly of letters addressed to Finch, poetry, drawings, and printed material.

 
Peter Goin and Paul F. Starrs California agriculture archive [graphic].

Photographs documenting various aspects of California agriculture, including produce, irrigation, industry, labor, livestock, and scenic views. Material pertains to Field Guide to California Agriculture, written by Starrs and Goin.

 
Peter Goin and Paul F. Starrs California agriculture portfolio [graphic].

Large format exhibition prints from digital photogaphs documenting various aspects of California agriculture, including produce, irrigation, industry, labor, livestock, and scenic views. Material pertains to Field guide to California agriculture, written by Starrs and Goin.

 
Peter H. Duesberg papers, circa 1965-1998.

Included in: History of Science and Technology Collection.

 
Peter H. Odegard papers : additions, 1928-1966.

Manuscripts, clippings, reports, speeches, subject files, and notes concerning his activity as professor of Political Science at U.C. Berkeley.

 
Peter H. Odegard papers, 1947-1966.

Correspondence, manuscripts, subject files, photographs, and notes on his interest and activity in political science and The University of California, Berkeley.

 
The Peter Hardeman Burnett family : typescript, 18--?

Typescript copy of genealogy of the family.

 
Peter J. Barber collection, 1871-1909.

Consists of biographical material covering Barber's journey to San Francisco and his life in Santa Barbara, correspondence, political memorabilia including ribbon campaign badges, and newspaper clippings.

 
Peter J. Dunne and Josephine Masten Dunne family photographs [graphic].

Portraits and snapshots of the family of Peter J. Dunne and Josephine Masten Dunne of San Jose, Calif., with some views of their California homes. Locations depicted include San Jose, Calif., and Peter J. Dunne's ranch (San Nicolas y La...

 
Peter Marler correspondence, 1960-2008.

Correspondence relating to Marler's research on animal communication and his involvement with professional organizations.

 
Peter McLaren (papers collection)

The academic papers of Professor Peter McLaren (b. 1948) with a concentration on his publications.

 
Peter Organ accounts for store : Mill City, Nevada : ms., 1862-1915.

v. 1: Inventories, 1862-1867; v. 2: Day book, 1891-1896; v. 3: Ledger, 1891-1902.

 
Peter Smith papers, 1829-1916.

Peter Smith was the next younger brother of Jedediah Strong Smith; his papers reflect his experiences in the Santa Fe trade; farming in Ohio, Illinois, and Iowa; a journey to and from Guanajuato, Mexico, April 11-July 25, 1843 (recorded in...

 
Peter Van Valkenburgh Federal Art Project portraits of eminent Americans [graphic].

Lithographic reproductions of pencil drawings depicting various well-known figures from United States history, many of them associated with California: John Burroughs, Kit Carson, Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Keith, James King, John LeConte, John Marsh (pioneer), Joaquin Miller, John Muir, Boardman...

 
Peter (Wilhelm) essays

Relates to Marxian philosophy, and to the international and German socialist and communist movements.

 
Peteritas (Chester Arthur) papers

Orders, letters, photographs, and miscellany, relating to American military aerial activities in the Middle East during World War II.

 
Peterjohn (Karl) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, serial issues, newsletters, printed matter, statistical data, campaign literature, videotapes, sound recordings, and photographs, relating to libertarian thought in the United States, activities of the Libertarian Party, Students for a Libertarian Society, and the presidential and other campaigns...

 
Peterkin (Wilbur J.) papers

Diary transcripts, letters, reports, maps, photographs, motion picture film, and memorabilia, relating to Chinese communist forces and the Japanese occupation of China during World War II. Includes weapons, clothing and equipment used by Chinese communists during World War II.

 
Peters family papers, [ca. 1833-1969].

Includes family letters to Peter J. Peters; typescripts of articles by Lenore Peters Job concerning her sister, the dancer Anita Peters Wright, the establishment of the Peters Wright Creative Dance group, and her recollections of famous dancers in San Francisco;...

 
Peters (Jock) papers

The Jock Peters papers span 13 linear feet and date from 1912 to 1933. The collection is primarily composed of presentation boards of architectural projects and movie set designs. The collection also includes architectural drawings and reprographic copies, black-and-white photographs,...

 
Peters (Robert) and Vincent (Stephen) Correspondence

This collection contains correspondence between Robert Peters, one of the most widely published gay poets in the U.S., and Stephen Vincent, editor of _Shocks_, an avant-garde San Francisco literary magazine of the 1970s, and founder of Momo�s Press, also in...

 
Peters (Robert) Papers

Papers of Robert Peters, American poet, critic, scholar, and teacher. A professor of literature (1968-1991) at the University of California, Irvine, Peters reviewed contemporary poetry for small press magazines beginning in the 1970s, published numerous poetry collections, and performed his...

 
Peters (T. K.) Collection

Photographs, negatives related to the history of film making. Some show Peters at work; some silent film stills. ca. 1904-1920, undated

 
Peters (Thomas K.) Papers

Thomas Kimmwood Peters (1879-1973) was a pioneer newsreel cameraman who filmed the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, the construction of the Panama Canal, and other events. He was also a motion picture producer, cameraman, and inventor. The collection consists...

 
Petersen (Captain Peter H.) records and personal papers

Captain Peter H. Petersen records and personal papers (SAFR17645, HDC 225) includes logbooks, ship's account ledgers, track charts, news clippings, receipts, sea journals belonging to the Captain of the STAR OF GREENLAND of the Alaska Packers Association. The collection is...

 
Petersen (Emil H.) notebook

This collection, Emil Petersen notebook (SAFR 14309, HDC 101) consists of a notebook of 105 pages of typed research notes on Alaska Packers Association and other vessels. Also records some songs and poetry. There is no date associated with the...

 
Petersen (Herman) Papers

Herman Petersen (1893-1973) was an author of mystery and detective fiction. He sold his first story, “The seven gilded balls,” to in June 1922, and sold 17 more while the magazine was under the direction of editor George W. Sutton,...

 
Peterson (Captain Peter H.) papers

Captain Peter H. Peterson papers (SAFR 17105, HDC 230) include a ship's logbook, personal letters, news clippings and a variety of documents. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

 
Peterson (Cecil) collection on the Tuskegee Airmen

The Cecil Peterson collection on the Tuskegee Airmen is contained within the Tuskegee Airmen Archive. This archive consists of material related to those individuals who served at Tuskegee Army Air Field, and its predecessors, as well as material pertaining to...

 
Peterson (Charles H.) Pocket Diary Collection

During the US Civil War, Charles H. Peterson participated in the Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, and Petersburg campaigns. He kept these diaries from 1863 to 1865. He tucked notes, correspondence, currency, and newspaper clippings between the pages.

 
Peterson (Clarence Jennings) Photograph Albums

One volume contains images of student life at Stanford, 1909-1910, including track meets, interiors of rooms in Encina Hall, crew team, student excursions off campus, the summer geology trip of 1909, and a photograph of Domenico Grosso, the "hermit" of...

 
Peterson (Emil H.) postcard collection

This collection consists of 4 sepia-tinted images depicting sailing vessels.

 
Peterson (Harry C.) Papers

The collection contains correspondence, notes, memorabilia, typescripts. Included is material pertaining to Stanford University and Sutters Fort.

 
Peterson (Harry C.) Papers

Includes administrative and personal correspondence, 1888-1936; reports, statistics, acquisition records, exhibit captions, and publications of the Stanford Museum, 1894-1917; and research materials compiled by Peterson on the Gold Spike (ceremonial spike used to connect the Union Pacific and Central Pacific...

 
Peterson (John D.) Papers

The collection primarily contains correspondence, interviews, newspapers and other printed material relating to John D. Peterson's UCLA dissertation research in Brazilian history, ca. 1960s.

 
Peterson (Laurence) Papers

Papers of Laurence E. Peterson, professor of physics, leader of the High Energy Astronomy Group, and director (1988-1997) of the UCSD Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences (CASS). Peterson was involved in the planning and design of experiments and instruments...

 
Peterson, Melvin N. A Papers, 1959-1995, bulk 1967-1987

The collection consists of the papers of geologist Melvin Norman Adolph Peterson. The collection is divided into two series: the Peterson series and the Deep Sea Drilling Project series. The Peterson series consists of material dated before and after Dr....

 
Peterson (Peter G.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1971-01/1972

The records were created to document the activities of Peter G. Peterson in his role as Assistant to the President for International Economic Affairs and Executive Director of the Council for International Economic Policy.

 
Peterson (Richard W.) typescript

Relates to psychological readjustment of American prisoners of war in Germany during World War II. Ph.D. dissertation, University for Humanistic Studies. Includes research materials assembled for the dissertation, among them memoirs of R. W. Peterson, memoirs of other American prisoners,...

 
Peterson (Robert) Papers

This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, drafts and annotated typescripts of poet, Robert Peterson.

 
Peterson (Thomas J.) Collection on the Elections Committee of the County of Orange

The collection primarily comprises publications of the Elections Committee of the County of Orange (ECCO) collected by board member, Thomas J. Peterson. Founded in 1982, ECCO is a nonpartisan, political action committee that monitors legislative issues affecting the Southern California...

 
Petition of the Indians of San Salvador Tesmelucan for separation from Huejotzingo Puebla : Huejotzingo, Mexico : ADS, 1743.

Contains of a petition and six supporting documents (20 p.) by the Alcalde and Fiscal of San Salvador Tesmelucan (also called El Verde) requesting separation from Huexocingo [sic]. On behalf of the people of San Salvador Tesmelucan, as well as...

 
Petitions : ADS, ca. 1885-1886.

List of signatures, mostly from San Francisco Bay Area and surrounding locations, of persons in favor of promoting peace and forming a branch of the Association for residents on the Pacific coast. With this is another petition, 1886, listing adherents...

 
Petitions from Castro, 1844, to Florencio Serrano, the second Alcalde, Monterey, California : H.S.

Castro states his intention to renounce conciliation in the matter of litigation over property in the Santa Cruz area, Rancho Punto de Ano Nuevo.

 
Petko (Edward C.) papers

This collection contains manuscripts, photographs, and other material regarding Edward C. Petko, J.D., M.D., an American dermatologist, professor of dermatology, and collector of rare books, manuscripts and antique printing presses. His collection of printing presses is bequeathed to the UCR...

 
Petkovic (Dusan) papers

Dispatches, radio broadcast transcripts, memoranda, and reports, relating to resistance movements in Yugoslavia during World War II, and to activities of the Yugoslav Government-in-Exile.

 
Petr Arkad'evich Stolypin subject collection

Letters, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to the Russian statesman Petr Stolypin.

 
Petrasievici (Cornel) papers

Correspondence, depositions, judicial sentence, and clippings, relating to the imprisonment of C. Petrasievici for treason in Romania, and to efforts to secure his release and permission for him to immigrate to the United States. Photocopy.

 
Petrel (schooner) logbook

The first half of this volume is a chronometer book and the second half is a cash book for a vessel departing from Hong Kong on 30 May 1849 and arriving in San Francisco on 21 August 1849. The auther...

 
Petrenko (Glenn) photographs

Depicts American military activities in Vietnam, including visits to hamlets by General William C. Westmoreland and Congressman Cornelius E. Gallagher.

 
Petrescu-Comnen (Nicolae) Papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, diplomatic dispatches, clippings, and serial issues, relating to Romanian foreign relations, especially with Germany, Switzerland, and the Vatican; the League of Nations; World War II refugees and relief work; and postwar Romanian émigré life.

 
The Petri family in the wine industry : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-1971.

Comments on his grandfather, Raffaello Petri, his father, Angelo Petri and other members of the family; the beginnings of the winery and the growth of the Petri Wine Co.; effect of prohibition on the wine industry; formation of Allied Grape...

 
Petri (Heinrich) correspondence

Relates to German military operations during World War I.

 
Petri (Pal) typescript

Relates to World War I relief in Hungary.

 
Petric (Faith Craig) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Faith Craig Petric conducted by Estelle Freedman. Describes her social work with poor and migrant farm workers, 1930s and 1940s; her time as a ship fitter during World War II; her longtime affiliations with the...

 
Petris (Nicholas C.) Papers

Nicholas (Nick) C. Petris, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member, 1959-1966, and a State Senator, 1967-1996. The Nicholas C. Petris Papers consist of 51 cubic feet of records covering 1959-1996. The collection is organized into four series: Bill Files, Subject...

 
Petris, Nicholas. Photographs from the Nicholas Petris papers [graphic].

Photographs and ephemera relating to the political career of California State Senator and Assemblyman Nicholas Petris. Includes publicity portraits of Petris and other political figures, event photographs, luncheons or banquets, and images related to specific campaigns. Some Petris family snapshots...

 
Petroleum industry views [graphic].

Includes scenes of oil derricks, oil wells, equipment and crew. Identified locations include California and Oklahoma.

 
Petronio (Arthur) Papers

Small archive of Arthur Petronio, composer of verbophonic works, or works at the intersection of poetry and music.

 
Petropavlovskii (Vitalii Ivanovich) Papers

Correspondence, reports, financial records, and printed matter, relating to relations of the Russian Provisional and White Russian governments with the United States during the Russian Revolution and Civil War.

 
Petrov (Arkadii Nikolaevich) certificates

Relates to the appointment of A. Petrov to official positions under the White Russian Omsk government in Siberia.

 
Petrov (Grigorii Spridonovich) writings

Relates to Russian culture.

 
Petrov (P. P.) papers

Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Russian Civil War in Siberia, White Russian transfers of gold to Japan at the conclusion of the war, and Russian émigré affairs. Includes writings by Serge P. Petroff,...

 
Petrov (Racho) Papers

Correspondence, dispatches, orders, and reports, relating to political, military, and diplomatic affairs in Bulgaria, Bulgarian participation in World War I, and the suppression of an attempted military coup in Bulgaria in 1886.

 
Petrovic (Bora P.) papers

Speeches and writings, letters, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to various aspects of Yugoslav politics, and to King Peter II of Yugoslavia.

 
Petrushevich (Ivan) papers

Diaries, correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, and clippings, relating to Ukraine during the Russian Revolution, Ukrainian territorial questions, the cooperative movements in Ukraine, and Ukrainians in Canada and the United States.

 
Pettee (William H.) Papers

The collection falls into four main groupings:...

 
Pettit (Joseph M.) Class Syllabi

Collection contains mimeographed syllabi from Pettit's classes on amplifier circuit theory, 1954, and advanced electronic circuits, 1956, both of which contain notes by Manabu Nakamura.

 
Pettitt (George A.) Files as Assistant to UC President

Material includes employment, faculty relations, personnel, ROTC and NROTC, Regents, tenure, and University President Robert Gordon Sproul.

 
Pettoruti (Emilio) Letters to Julio Payró

The collection contains letters from the Argentine artist Emilio Pettoruti to the art historian and critic, Julio Payró (1943-1957). One of the 52 letters is to Pettoruti, 3 letters are from Pettoruti's wife. A one page inventory lists Pettoruti's paintings...

 
Pettus (William B.) letters

Relates to the Sino-Japanese War and to political conditions in China and Japan. Includes reports by W. B. Pettus, John Leighton Stuart, and others.

 
Pevsner (Nikolaus) Miscellaneous Papers

This collection of papers relates primarily to the work of German-born art and architecture historian Nikolaus Pevsner during the 1960s and 1970s, including publications and speaking engagements, pedagogical research, and his membership on boards and committees, such as the Council...

 
Pevsner (Nikolaus) Papers

Papers and manuscripts of the German-born art and architecture historian (1902-1983). Papers date primarily from the years following Pevsner's immigration to England in 1933, and include written and visual materials used for lectures or as research for his many books...

 
Pezoldt (Sylvia R.) Papers

Sylvia Ruby Pezoldt (1895-1963) was a journalist, poet, and author of short stories, and non-fiction. She also conducted writing courses and was a member of the National League of American Pen Women. The collection consists of Pezoldt's manuscripts, correspondence, photographs,...

 
Pfefferkorn (Mouney) Papers

This collection relates to the life of Mouney Pfefferkorn including his service in the Navy and his retirement from the First Naitonal Bank, San Diego.

 
Pfefferkorn Study of the Los Angeles County General Hospital.

A double-spaced typed report of 135 pages titled: "Pfefferkorn Study. [Los Angeles County General Hospital]". National League of Nursing Education, New York. Blanche Pfefferkorn, at the time Director, Department of Studies, National League of Nursing Education, conducted a study of...

 
Pfister (Bernhard) mimeograph

Relates to Allied economic policy in occupied Germany. Written by B. Pfister and Elisabeth Liefmann-Keil for the Deutscher Caritasverband.

 
Pflueger (Milton) drawings of the University of California, Berkeley Radiation Laboratory addition

The Milton Pflueger drawings of the University of California, Berkeley Radiation Laboratory addition spans 3 linear feet and dates from 1961. The collection consists of two sets of six architectural drawings in the form of reprographic copies. Drawings include: plot...

 
P.H. Osborn letters : Calif., to Mrs. W.S. Osborn, Naugatuck, Conn. : ALS, 1902.

Contains 3 letters home to his mother regarding travels and impressions of San Francisco and Los Angeles.

 
Phelan (James D.) Papers

The James D. Phelan Papers, 1855-1941 (bulk 1906-1930), contain materials documenting Phelan's political career as San Francisco's Mayor and a U. S. Senator, his involvement in relief efforts following the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, his business and financial activities, and...

Phelan (James D.) Photograph Albums,1902-1929

The collection consists of 21 photograph albums containing more than 6000 photographic prints, postcards, and ephemeral items collected by James Duval Phelan between the years 1902 and 1929. The albums, numbered 82 through 102, were originally part of Phelan's papers....

 
Phelan (James Duval) Papers

Miscellaneous collection of correspondence, ephemera, poetry, with small amounts of clippings, personal and business documents, speech notes, and a photographic montage of Villa Montalvo. Most of the collection spans Phelan's terms as Mayor and Senator, including the years in between.

 
Phelan miscellany of photographs, including images of sculptural works and of James D. Phelan lying in state [graphic].

Miscellany includes 27 captioned copy photographs of sculpture in European museums (taken by unknown photographers, made by Keystone Photo Service), and 9 proofs (with stamp of "Gabriel Moulin Photo") showing Senator James D. Phelan lying in state, 1930. These were...

 
Phelan (Robert) Nazi ephemera collection

Organization periodicals, Phelan's correspondence regarding Nazi activities, and ephemera relating to the Nazi movement and other political activities. Includes C.W. Bristol's THE WHITE PRIMER and considerable material from the National Socialist White Worker's Party (NSWWP).

 
Phelps, Alfred C. Letters : to his friend, Fielding, 1864.

Two holograph letters written at the 93d U.S. Colored Infantry camp requesting his friend write to him more often and with more information.

 
Phelps (Edna W.) Collection

The Edna W. Phelps Collection contains photographs, correspondence, diaries, and family documents representing the history of at least four generations of the Phelps, Gulick, Davidson, Humiston, Gooch, Huntley, Schultz, Willson, and Turner families from 1847-1978. The bulk of the collection...

 
Phelps family papers, 1852-1878.

Early letters are from Andrew J. and Eugene A. Phelps to their parents, describing experiences farming, running a sawmill, gold mining at Richardsons Hill and Iowa Hill, California. Later letters relate to Eugene Phelps' work with George E. Gray as...

 
Phelps, J. W. (John Wolcott) Letter : to Adjutant Gen. Thomas Hillhouse, 1861 November 6.

Holograph letter written at Camp Butler, Newport News, Va., regarding the appointment of surgeons in the army.

 
Phelps (Johnnie) Papers and Memorabilia

Correspondence, awards, certificates, articles and other material from Johnnie Phelps, World War II veteran and lesbian activist. The majority of the collection dates from 1975-1998, with most materials pertaining to Phelps' involvement with the National Organization for Women, Southern California...

 
Phelps (Nancy) Files on the American Civil Liberties Union of Orange County

This collection consists of files from the American Civil Liberties Union, Orange County, California collected by Nancy Phelps, who served as office manager for the organization from 1976-1990. Included are minutes, reports, finincial information, newsletters, newspaper clippings, brochures, membership lists,...

 
Phelps (Waldo) Oral History

The collection contains five audiocassettes of interviews recorded with Waldo Phelps, by June Behrens, re his life history, beginnings of Santa Barbara Normal School, and retirement in Santa Barbara. UCSB Phelps Hall is named after his father, Clarence Phelps....

 
Phetteplace (Jon) Papers

Papers of Jon Phetteplace, composer and performer of contemporary music. The papers include drafts, transparencies, and ozalid prints of his own scores, as well as materials for the performance of works by others; correspondence with composers and friends; programs from...

 
Phi Alpha Theta, Xi Chapter, records

This collection contains evidence of the Phi Alpha Theta, USC Xi Chapter's activities from its founding in 1932 through 2000.

 
Phi Beta Kappa, California Beta Chapter, Records

Records of Stanford University Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa including correspondence, minutes, annual dinner meeting programs, annual reports to the national headquarters, lists of students eligible for membership, and executive council minutes.

 
Phi Beta Kappa, California Beta Chapter (Stanford University), Records

Official records of the Stanford Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, 1930-1970. Contents consist primarily of lists of eligible candidates, official initiation programs, financial statements and some correspondence.

 
Phi Beta Kappa Records

Filed chronologically, the collection includes membership lists, event invitations and programs, alumni membership nominations, newsletters, correspondence with other chapters, chapter minutes, manuals and handbooks....

 
Phi Delta Delta Legal Fraternity (International) Records

Phi Delta Delta Legal Fraternity (founded 1911, merged with Phi Alpha Delta in 1972) was a national legal fraternity for women that promoted a higher standard of professional ethics and culture among women in law schools and in the legal...

 
Phi Delta Delta: Magazine of Phi Delta Delta International Legal Fraternity Collection

Collection consists of an incomplete run of issues of the , the national publication of the Phi Delta Delta women's legal fraternity....

 
Phi Delta Kappa, Delta Chapter (Stanford University), Records

These records include memberships lists, constitution and bylaws, correspondence, minutes, account books, newsletters, publications, and materials from several biennial meetings of the national council. In addition to correspondence between Stanford chapter leaders and their membership, there is correspondence with national...

 
Phi Sigma Nu Collection

The documents the activities, events, and people associated with the sorority on San Diego State's campus, primarily through scrapbooks.  The collection dates from 1925-1976, with most of the materials dating to 1941....

 
Phil Frank archive of Farley comic strips [graphic].

Archive of original drawings for the Travels with Farley (1975-1984) and Farley (1985-2007) comic strips.

 
[Phil Hoehn, maps librarian] [graphic].

U.C. Berkeley Maps Librarian Phil Hoehn in stacks of Bancroft Library, posing with (Sanborn Fire Insurance Co.?) vol. showing San Francisco city quadrants. Other negatives are variants of same subject.

 
Phil Silvers Show (The) - Collection of Television Scripts

was created by Nat Hiken and starred Phil Silvers as Master Sergeant Ernie Bilko. Collection consists of scripts from the television series.

 
Phila and George Caldwell print and slide collection about Kenya and Antarctica, 1971-1987.

Photographs and slides taken by Phila and George Caldwell on a Los Angeles Natural History Museum collecting expedition to Kenya in 1971, and on a Society Expedition cruise to the Antarctic in 1987. The Kenya material consists of 43 color...

 
Philadelphia Gay News Collection

Article typescripts, manuscripts, notes, correspondence and advertising packet from the , 1977-1988. The was a weekly newspaper established in 1976 to serve the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community in the Philadelphia and Delaware Valley areas.

 
Philadelphia Gay Wedding Photographs

Black and white photographic prints, circa 1957, of a gay male wedding ceremony in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. At the time, these photographs were deemed inappropriate by the Philadelpha photograph processing shop and never returned to the customer.

 
Philatelic Collection

Items in this collection date from 1861-1983 and include stamps, covers or envelopes, newspaper clippings, typed articles, and correspondence. Materials include an envelope collection of covers from 1861 that mostly deal with politics, race relations, and the Civil War; stamps,...

 
Philatelic Collection

Postal covers, stamps and philatelic-related publications. Primarily postal covers from the United States; Southern California addresses are negligible; some foreign postal items. Covers date back to 1845 with the bulk 1880-1960.

 
Philbrick (Norman D.) Working Files 1737-1987 (bulk 1950-1985)

The Philbrick Working Files include Norman Philbrick's correspondence with book dealers and scholarly colleagues, an appraisal of his library, accession ledgers, invoices from dealers, newspaper and magazine clippings, mailings from his numerous social and scholarly organizations, photographs, and other...

 
Philby (H. St. J. B.) letters

Relates to world politics, the Middle Eastern political situation, and Saudi Arabia. Includes an essay, entitled Israel and the Arabs (1956), relating to the Palestinian question.

 
Philip A. Embury World War I collection, 1917-1919.

The Philip A. Embury collection contains an assortment of World War I memorabilia and features the diaries that Embury kept during 1917-1918. The collection is organized into two series: Personal papers and Military papers.

 
Philip Covnitz letters : San Francisco, Calif., to his wife Margaret, 1893 June 13.

Contains 2 letters written on the same day discussing giving guest sermons and about looking for a position in a self-supporting church so he can move family to California.

 
Philip Doddridge letters : St. Albans, Eng., 1755-1756.

To his mother, Mercy (Maris) Doddridge, and to his sister, Mercy. Concerning his finances and activities.

 
Philip (Fayetta Harris) Papers

Scrapbooks, notes, and ephemera relating to Philip's research concerning the nature of the universe and the Bacon-Shakespeare authorship controversy.

 
Philip, Fayetta Harris Papers, 1935-1973.

Scrapbooks, notes, and ephemera relating to Philip's research concerning the nature of the universe and the Bacon-Shakespeare authorship controversy.

 
Philip Forest Scofield papers, (bulk 1973).

Include a typewritten report of an interview with Scofield, Sept. 25, l973, by Arthur L. Norberg; photocopy of an interview (typescript) with Scofield conducted by Cynthia Gunn, Sept. l973, containing information about his career as a radio engineer and about...

 
Philip H. Dodge letters and pictures from Hawaii, 1890-1907.

Six blueprint photos, with explanations on the versos, depict scenes of October, 1890, near Honolulu, on Hilo, and at the volcano of Kilauea. The 20 letters, written from Honolulu to relatives, 1894-1896, describe his quiet family life and that of...

 
Philip J. Sinnott papers pertaining to the the U.S. Wartime Civil Control Administration, Press Relations Branch, San Francisco, 1940-1943.

Misc. papers (including memos, clippings, and Sinnott's ID card) retained from his work in the Public Relations Branch of the Western Defense Command's Wartime Civil Control Administration. Includes organizational chart of Western Defense Command (in oversize folder.)

 
Philip James correspondence 1940-1952.

Correspondence to Philip James from Bernard Herrmann and from CBS Radio regarding the American School of the Air and the 1940 School of the Air program.

 
Philip Lamantia photograph collection [graphic].

Collection includes snapshots and portraits of Philip Lamantia taken throughout the poet's lifetime. Also includes photographs of his parents Nunzio and Mary Lamantia and other family members; of his wife Nancy Peters; of poets Michael McClure and Lawrence Ferlinghetti; and...

 
Philip M. Hocker Sierra Club papers, 1982-1987.

Papers relating to Philip M. Hocker's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Philip Olin Keeney papers, 1935-1962.

Correspondence, clippings, and articles concerning his interest and activities in the library field particularly his involvement in a lawsuit stemming from his dismissal as librarian from The University of Montana. Also includes papers of Mary Jane Keeney regarding the Keeney's...

 
Philip R. Fendal correspondence, as attorney, relating to Henry Washington's claim against the government for his services as U.S. deputy surveyor : California, 1850-1860.

Includes drafts of Fendal's letters; letters from his client and from the General Land Office (some signed by Thomas A. Hendricks, commissioner); and copies of his client's correspondence with the General Land Office and the Treasury Dept.

 
Philip Read Bradley family papers, [ca. 1880-1980].

Correspondence, field notebooks, mining company records, photographs, and other professional papers; also include papers of Frederick Worthen Bradley, Philip Read Bradley, Sr., and other family members.

 
Philip S. Bernays Sierra Club papers, 1916-1964.

Papers relating to Philip S. Bernays's involvement in the Sierra Club,

 
Philip Stedman Sparkman papers, 1896-1907.

Correspondence with Alice Eastwood, Alfred L. Kroeber, F. W. Hodge, George Grant MacCurdy (American Anthropological Association), Charles Fletcher Lummis of the Southwest Society of the Archaeological Institute of America, California Academy of Sciences, Constance Goddard Du Bois, Clarence Earle Kelsey,...

 
Philip W. Thomas papers, 1850-1851.

Contents: v. 1, docket as justice of the peace and as associate justice, Court of Sessions, Auburn, Calif., copies of notices of claims to dam the north fork of the American River, 1851, and lists of fees of constables, justices...

 
Philip Whalen letters : Santa Fe, N.M. to Donald Meeriam Allen, San Francisco, Calif., 1984-1987.

Contains letters to publisher/editor, discussing topics ranging from daily life in Santa Fe; health; efforts at publishing his works with Zephyr Press; participation in poetry readings and conferences with Anne Waldman, Gary Snyder, and others; and about Richard Brautigan's death.

 
Philip Whalen letters : to Velna Whalen : ALS, 1943-2000 (bulk 1958-1992).

Letters written to younger sister Velna Whalen discuss military service, the happenings of the Beat scene in San Francisco, writing, activities while living in Japan, becoming a Buddhist Monk, family and happenings in Oregon and descriptions of the places he...

 
Philip Whalen letters to Diane di Prima, 1961-1967.

Consists of letters and postcards sent to Diane di Prima and her husband Alan Marlowe between the years 1961 and 1967. The letters are filled with details about Whalen's pending travel to Japan and his experience upon arriving there, writing,...

 
Philip Whalen pictorial collection [graphic].

Collection chiefly consists of photographs taken from ca. 1910 to 2001. Images depict poet and Buddhist monk Philip Whalen throughout his life, as well as various family members, friends and associates. Also pictured are various locations where Whalen lived and...

 
Philip Whalen sound recordings [sound recording]

Three reel to reel tapes labelled: 1) the Bridge over the water, Christmas 1969; 2) Bolinas, Xmas #3, Thanksgiving #4; 3) unlabeled, recording of a 1969 concert (see copy of accompanying letter with Phonotape notes).

 
[Philipp Melanchthon [graphic] /

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
Philipp Segesser von Brunegg letters, 1689-1761.

Letters and other material written by, addressed to, or concerning the Jesuit missionary Segesser. Incudes many letters from Segesser to his mother, or his brother Francois Joseph, Councilor of State in Lucerne; several from the latter; correspondence of fellow Jesuits...

 
Philipp (Werner) mimeograph

Relates to the Russian tradition of political theory. Original study, entitled Historische Voraussetzungen des Politischen Denkens in Russland, published in Forschungen zur Osteuropäischen Geschichte (Bd. I, 1954).

 
Philippe Musard lettre : Paris : ALS, 1848 July 11.

Concerning arrangements for providing music for a proposed ball in Caen. Included also is a list of musicians needed for the orchestra (1 l.)

 
Philippine Commerce and the Manila Galleon Collection

These records document changes in the regulations of the Manila Galleons from the Real Tribunal y Consulado de Manila to the formation of the Real Compania de Filipinas. Many deal specifically with trade between Mexico and the Philippine Islands and...

 
Philippine documents

Letters, papers, and documents for the years 1894, 1898, and 1899. Primarily official communications and documents of provincial and local military and civil officers of the Philippine Republic. The provinces of Cavite and Manila and the district of Caloocan appear...

 
Philippine Island miscellany additions.

Items within this collection catalogued individually. Search under title: Philippine Island miscellany - additions.

 
Philippine Islands Collection, ca. 1905

Views of native life of the Bontoc and Igorot groups, photographed on the island of Luzon in 1905.

 
Philippine Islands photographs [graphic]

Mostly unidentified views including street scenes, salt beds, cemetery & burial vaults, gardens, landscape views, local peoples, net mending, a hanging (perhaps staged?), etc. Identified places include: Escolta(?), waterfall at Pajsanjan(?) Gorge, Malabon, and the Imus River.

 
Philippine Islands views [graphic]

Road surveying scenes; views of Cebu buildings, harbor and streets; views of Ormoc and Baybay. Three photographs of Biscayan women as well as others of native peoples.

 
Philippine Lantern Slides Collection

113 lantern slides on Philippine ethnology taken during the Spanish-American War, 1895-1902. Images are of natives, dwellings, landscapes, and cultural activities.

 
Philippines, Hong Kong, and Japan Photograph Album

44 black/white snapshots, 1923-1924, apparently taken by an American sailor, with descriptions in an index at the end of the album,. About half the images are of Philippine people and scenes on the island of Bohol, especially Tagbilaran, along with...

 
Philippines Photo Postcards

Collection of six color and sixteen b/w Philippines photo postcards, ca. 1913-1921, of rural scenes, local residents, Manila, U.S. Army views, Bilibid Prison, rivers and boats....

 
Philippines Photograph Albums, ca. 1922-1924.

Two photo albums with approximately 100 black and white photographs recording the travel of Americans in the Philippines from 1922 to 1924. The travelers sailed on the S.S. Pompey from Jolo to Cebu and on to Zamboanga. Family names used...

 
Philippines Veterans Claims Collection

Photocopies from the originals in the private collection of Philippine Ambassador Eduardo Quintero. Material pertains to World War II claims of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and Filipino veterans against the Government of the United States.

 
Philips (Lee) scripts

Lee Philips was a prolific television director. The bulk of the collection includes scripts for a variety of television shows produced during the late 1960s through the mid 1970s. Included are scripts for the , , and , among others.

 
Phillip S. Berry papers, 1934-1999.

Preferred citation: Phillip S. Berry papers, BANC MSS 2009/136, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Phillip Sheridan letter to Colonel Robert Breckenridge, 1875 October 5.

Handwritten copy of a letter written from San Francisco, agreeing to recommend Breckenridge to the Khedive of Egypt or the Sultan of Turkey.

 
Phillipps (Sir Thomas) Collection on Publishing and Bookselling

Letters related to publishing and bookselling in 18th and 19th century England, from the collection of Sir Thomas Phillipps.

 
Phillips (Dennis) Papers

Papers of Dennis Phillips, a Los Angeles poet who has also worked as poetry editor for the LOS ANGELES WEEKLY and as book review editor for the literary magazine SULFUR. The accession, covering the years 1971-1992, includes notebooks and typescripts...

 
Phillips, Edith Henrietta Collection, 1914-1975.

Photographs of Ms. Phillips, her colleagues, buildings, equipment, and projects at Davis, Riverside, and Texas.

 
Phillips (Ethel G.) collection

Clippings from American newspapers, relating to American foreign and domestic policy during the New Deal and reflecting conservative criticism of that policy. Includes pamphlets issued by the American Liberty League, 1935-1936, and texts of radio broadcasts on the Ford Sunday...

 
Phillips (George S.) Correspondence

Correspondence and diary....

 
Phillips (George) Sweepiana Collection

The George Phillips Sweepiana Collection is a comprehensive collection of materials related to chimney sweepers. The collection dates from approximately 1932-1963, with the bulk of the documents undated. It consists of both paper records and artifacts. The collection has a...

 
Phillips (James Holden) papers

Correspondence, orders, memoranda, and photographs, relating to the military career of J. H. Phillips, and to activities of the III Corps in the European Theater during World War II. Photocopy.

 
Phillips (J.J.) Papers

Collection consists of the manuscript of Jane Phillips' book, , a copy of the published book (1985 expanded reprint), and 7 letters and one card to her from Henry Miller, with a photocopy of a January 2, 1967 letter....

 
Phillips (Loring) papers

Correspondence, orders, and photographs related to American military activities in the United States and France during World War I.

 
Phillips (Matt) prints

Collection of prints, drawings, photographs and papers of Matt Phillips.

 
Phillips (Matt) sketchbooks

Collection contains 141 sketchbooks produced by artist Matt Phillips between 1962 and 2009.

 
Phillips (Peter K.) drawings of the Mr. and Mrs. Shirlyn G. Brien house

The Peter K. Phillips drawings of the Mr. and Mrs. Shirlyn G. Brien house span 3 linear feet and date from 1967. The collection is composed of 12 architectural drawings in the form of reprographic copies. Drawings include: elevations (interior...

 
Phillips, Richard P Papers, 1964-1981

The papers include three main series: travel files, records documenting Baja California gravity measurements, and records documenting Richard P. Phillips' 1978 study of Bataquitos Lagoon. The travel files document personal and professional travel from 1975-1981. Baja files document Phillips' gravity...

 
Phillips (Walt) Small Press Collection

Walt Phillips, a former newspaper journalist, photographer, and columnist has created hundreds of poems and drawings since 1959. His work has appeared in many publications, including The Massachusetts Review; Prairie Schooner; Yellow Brick Road; Pearl; Wormwood Review; and Chiron Review....

 
Phillips, Wendell Letter : to Mrs. H. Halsted, 1864 April 15.

Holograph letter written in Boston, regarding a letter and money sent by Mrs. Halsted for the freedmen.

 
Phillips (William) letter

Relates to the attitude of the State Department to British requirements that certain articles exported from Great Britain during World War I not be re-exported.

 
Phillpotts (Eden) Collection of Material

Eden Phillpotts (1862-1960) published over 250 works including some 150 novels plus poems, essays, plays, short stories, and mysteries. The collection consists of about 900 letters from Phillpotts to his literary agent, W. Morris Coles, various publishers, and to friends...

 
Philmus (Lois C.) Papers

Collection consists of correspondence, typescripts, notes, and research materials for articles written for , , Douglas Aircraft Company, and other airplane and aerospace publications, as well as a photocopy of her manuscript and copy of the book (1966)....

 
Philo Jacoby scrapbook, 1866-1986 (bulk 1866-1922).

Contains newspaper clippings on Philo Jacoby and pistol and rifle shooting competitions.

 
Philomathean Club Records

The collection contains four principal elements: yearbooks, scrapbooks, minute books, and financial records.

 
Philosopher of information : oral history transcript : an eclectic imprint on Berkeley's School of Librarianship, 1965-1991 / 2000.

Childhood and early musical achievements, Santa Cruz, CA; UC Berkeley, 1945-1949, student jobs in the main library, influence of Richard Teggart; School of Librarianship, 1952-1953, positions as map librarian, South Asia bibliographer for the Modern India Project; Ph. D. in...

 
Philosophical Union of the University of California Records

The Philosophical Union was established by George Holmes Howison as a society for the discussion of philosophical questions. The society included not only faculty of the University of California, but also interested ministers and laymen. Many of the best known...

 
Philosophy Department. Administrative files.

Record Series 410 contains the administrative files of UCLA's Philosophy Department. Files regard subjects such as the American Philosophical Association Executive Committee, Angela Davis, the Max Otto Controversy, and reading room. Files include grants, applications for teaching positions, distinguished TA...

 
Philosophy Department. Chair. Correspondence files.

Record Series 411 contains the correspondence of chairs of the Department of Philosophy at UCLA.

 
Philosophy Department. Department meeting records.

Record Series 412 contains the records of meetings held by UCLA's Philosophy Department.

 
Philosophy Talk

Philosophy Talk is a talk radio program co-hosted by Stanford professors John Perry and Ken Taylor. The program deals both with fundamental problems of philosophy and with the works of famous philosophers, especially as these relate to our contemporary, day-to-day...

 
Philp (William R.) Collection

Intelligence reports, interrogation reports, and photographs, relating to Adolf Hitler, the German military structure, national socialism, various aspects of German society during and immediately after World War II, various military campaigns of World War II, denazification, and postwar reconstruction in...

 
Phinney, Alan Papers, 1945-1994 bulk 1945-1980

The accession includes the charts, log books, marine techniciand handbook, navigation notebook and other notes of Captain Alan Phinney, Ship's Master for Scripps Institution of Oceanography from 1957 to 1983. The accession also contains memorandum, correspondence and other material documenting...

 
Phipps Quicksilver Mining Company records, 1919-1926.

Contains, by-laws, minutes, and other related materials of a quicksilver [i.e. mercury] mining company, originally incorporated in Arizona, applying to the state of California for the right to sell shares of stock in the company in California. Includes their application...

 
 
Phoebe Apperson Hearst letters to members of the Holden family : ALsS, 1892 September 7 - 1907 January 5, undated.

Includes: 3 letters to Mrs. [Hester] Holden (ALS Sept. 7, 1892; TLS Jan. 5, 1907; ALS Feb. 20;) and 1 letter to St. George Holden (ALS July 11, 1905.

 
Phoebe Hearst documents, 1915-1933.

Correspondence, documents, and blueprints relating to the Hearst (known as "Hacienda") Ranch in Pleasanton, CA. A number of these documents were issued some years after Phoebe Hearst's death.

 
Phonograph Records Collection

38 phonograph record albums, all 78 RPM. Popular songs, Christmas carols, humorous monologues, dance numbers, etc.

 
Photo Album Collection

Family albums, some with mostly unidentified photos, empty pages, tintypes, cabinet cards, carte de visites and cards. Subject matter include candid shots, children, military, pets, excursions and outings. Coverage includes California. ca. 1860-1938, undated.

 
Photo album of La Roche's trip to Alaska, 1892 [graphic]

Scenes of crowds at docks with ships leaving Seattle, Sitka, Muir Glacier, Fort Wrangell, Kasaan, and Metlakahtla, including the Metlakahtla Cornet Band, composed of Alaskan men holding their instruments.

 
Photo Data Systems Incorporated records

The Photo Data Systems Incorporated records are comprised of administrative papers and records, design drawings and promotional materials regarding the Slide-a-Mat machine invented in the 1960's. It was an early system demonstrating the concept of shopping from the comfort of...

 
Photo Services Department Art and Technology slides

This collection is comprised of 286 35mm slides, 193 in color and 93 in black and white, depicting work created as part of the Art and Technology Program organized by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)....

 
Photo Services Department LACMA campus and building slides

This collection is comprised of 159 35mm color slides depicting the Los Angeles County Museum of Art campus and buildings. 46 of these slides were taken during the 1990s; the remaining 113 slides were taken during the 1960s....

 
Photocopy of an Ordnance Survey map showing Scotstoun Shipbuilding Yard, Glasgow, Scotland.

Photocopy of the Ordnance Survey map showing Scotstoun Shipbuilding Yard, Glasgow, Scotland, displays the Scotstoun Shipbuilding Yard where the BALCLUTHA was built by Charles Connell in 1886.

 
Photoengraving, 1910-1969 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1969-1974.

Comments on his career in the photoengraving business, beginning in Nebraska; move to San Francisco in 1919; establishment of the Walter J. Mann Co.; The Photoengravers Association of Northern California; the decline of the business due to offset lithography. Photographs...

 
Photograph Album - Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea, England

Approximately 150 b/w photographs with handwritten captions, varying sizes, of areas such as Melbourne, Sydney, Tasmania, Wandiligong, Fernshaw, Dandenong, Yorkminster Cathedral, Malmsbury, Kolo Kemp (N.G.), Little River. Includes several images of camps, farms, ranches, and indigenous populations....

 
Photograph Album, ca. 1917-1930s

Photograph Album. Many of the photographs are of the training at Camp Kearny, California (World War I). There are also views of Southern California, including the ostrich and alligator farms and mountain scenery.

 
Photograph Album collection

This collection, like , contains photographs etc. of both persons and places and is intended as a supplement to other collections in the Department. It contains both bound and boxed sets of photographs which are too bulky to be located...

 
Photograph album commemorating a visit of the emperor of Japan to the Fuji Tea Company [graphic]

Views of reception areas; processing, packing and shipping rooms; staff and factory workers. First photo shows emperor, in military dress, entering the premises.

 
Photograph album of a trip in California [graphic]

Includes numerous photographs in Riverside and Santa Barbara, some views in San Francisco, etc. Last part of album shows return eastward, including views in Utah, Colorado, Santa Fe, and ending at Niagara Falls. Some Riverside area views show citrus industry...

 
Photograph album of a trip to Mexico [graphic]

Album of photographs mainly of buildings, people, cemetaries, and scenes in and around Mexico City. One photo identifies touring party as "Mr. Lewis, Mr. Campbell, Samuel Hunt, Thomas Hunt, Mr. Rhabs."

 
Photograph Album of Automobile Camping Trip, ca. 1914

People vacationing at California Missions, Monterey, Pacific Grove, Pasadena's Raymond Hotel, Lake Tahoe, Redwoods, Sierra Nevada Mountains, Coachella and Imperial Valleys, and the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Mountains. A Cadillac and a Ford are featured.

 
Photograph Album of Broken Hill, Rhodesia, 1927

Photograph Album of Broken Hill, Rhodesia, 1927

 
Photograph album of California views [graphic].

Snapshot views of various hills and towns fronting San Francisco Bay; the campus of the University of California, Berkeley; San Francisco during what appears to be a procession of soldiers (during the Spanish American War?); the apple press monument and...

 
Photograph Album of Chinese Criminals

Leatherbound album containing identification photographs of Chinese men and women (some identified by name), probably criminals, in San Francisco, California, circa 1872. Includes some inscriptions in pencil indicating names, crimes, and sentences.

 
Photograph Album of Chinese Men and Women in Sierra County

Album kept by John T. Mason containing identification photographs of Chinese men and women in Sierra County, California, dated between 1890 and 1930, with the bulk of the photographs taken in Downieville by D. D. Beatty in 1894. Most photographs...

 
Photograph album of Hood Bay and Waterfall, Alaska [graphic].

Album of snapshots documenting fish canning communities of Hood Bay and Waterfall, Alaska. Photographs depict canneries, local citizens (including Native Americans), town views, scenes of hunting and fishing, and nearby wilderness areas. A small group of young men, seasonal employees...

 
Photograph Album of International Women's Day Parade in Saigon, Vietnam

This photograph album contains 24 black-and-white photographs of ceremonies held in Saigon, Vietnam for International Women's Day in 1959. The celebration honored the heroic, first-century Trung sisters. Created by the organizing committee of the event as a keepsake, the album...

 
Photograph album of Powers Ranch, Covina, Calif. [graphic]

Views show a ranch including house, gardens, people, buggy, pets, etc.

 
Photograph album of Shafter Ranch, Marin County, Calif. [graphic]

Views show ranch buildings and livestock, and scenic views of the adjoining Point Reyes and New Albion area. One view shows a busy street scene with pedestrians, buildings, and a train at Point Reyes Station.

 
Photograph Album of the Chinese Eastern Railway

The collection comprises a photograph album of over 100 black-and-white photographic prints related to the Chinese Eastern Railway line of the Trans-Siberian Railway in the 1920s. The photographs depict railway lines, bridges, train stations, cargo loading, the manufacture of locomotive...

 
Photograph album of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company [graphic]

Views of track construction and railroad workers, bridges, wagon trains and other rolling stock, many train wrecks, some towns and Indians along right of way. One photo (dated 1886) captioned "Chinamen shovelling snow for track laying ..." Franklin D. Roosevelt...

 
Photograph album of views of Savage family homes in Livermore, Santa Rosa and other locations [graphic].

Includes portaits of various Savage family members posing at their homes as well as other views, interior and exterior, of their properties. Locations of homes include Chelsea (Mass.), Bath (Maine), Auburn (Ill.), Livermore (Calif.) and Santa Rosa (Calif.). Among the...

 
Photograph albums from the Gelett Burgess papers [graphic]

Vol. 1 contains rural scenes, including people on outings, etc.; v. 2 contains scenes of San Francisco, Sheppard house, etc.

 
Photograph albums from the William Albert Setchell papers [graphic]

Album .024 includes photos of fraternity scenes at the Harvard University, ca. 1893. Student activities, group portraits, and many dormitory interiors are featured. -- Albums .025 and .026 contain views from Alaska (some relating to the Harriman Expedition) including photos...

 
Photograph albums of the Alaska Gastineau Mining Company, Thane, Alaska [graphic]

Volume 1: includes interior views of a mill and a machine shop at Thane; and photos of industrial equipment -- Volume 2: (Perseverence Division) contains photos of miners' quarters, equipment, buildings, as well as some general views of the area...

 
Photograph albums of West Street Beach gay volleyball

This collection comprises three albums of photographs taken and assembled by Jerry Minnucci and given to Robert Major documenting a group of gay volleyball players between 1973 and 1975 in Laguna Beach, California. The photographs are chiefly of men playing...

 
Photograph archive of the XK Photo Company [graphic]

Many photographs show Kaiser Steel and other Kaiser industries. Some San Francisco Bay Area scenes also included.

 
Photograph collection of Catherine Bauer Wurster [graphic]

Photographs related to city planning and housing. Pictured are residential developments (apartment buildings, hotels and housing projects) and commercial buildings in a variety of styles. Predominantly exterior views, some aerial. Also included are photographic copies of architectural drawings and plans...

 
Photograph collection of to the Redwood Empire Association and its manager, Clyde Edmondson [graphic].

Includes many promotional photographs of the Redwood Empire region (northwestern California and southern Oregon counties) and the Redwood Highway. Many of these feature local beauty queens or models posing at events. Also present are personal photographs of Clyde Edmondson (first...

 
Photograph Collection on Ruth St. Denis.

The collection comprises over 100 photographic prints of Ruth St. Denis, who influenced the development of American modern dance. The photographs feature St. Denis posing alone in costume, with fellow dancers, traveling, and at leisure with her husband and partner,...

 
Photograph Collections (Selected)

The photographic collection of the California State Archives constitutes a rich and varied source of information about the history of California state government and of the state as a whole. While portions of the collection have been used extensively, most...

 
Photograph negatives, 1948-1988

The accession consists of Dr. Inman's master negative file for all images taken by or for Dr. Inman during the years 1948-1984. The images are described in photo accessions books. The images were numbered sequentially beginning in 1948 and continuing...

 
Photograph, Nov. 1938

One 10 1/2"x13" black and white aerial photograph of the SIO campus from the sea, approaching northward

 
Photograph of the Saltzman house designed by Daniel Solomon

The Photograph of the Saltzman house (Lafayette, Calif.) designed by Daniel Solomon spans 3 linear feet and dates from circa 1960. The collection is composed of a single black-and-white interior photograph....

 
Photographers' Collection

Collection consists of original photographs and negatives of various 19th and 20th century photographers covering a broad range of subjects and includes portraits, landscapes, panoramic views, cityscapes and buildings from various geographic locations and photographs from various historical periods.

 
Photographic album of billboard pictures and advertisement clippings [graphic]

Prints and clippings of advertisements from printed sources and photographs of advertising posters and billboards on city buildings, fences, etc. Most are San Francisco advertisements, with some from Los Angeles. Many types of products are represented, inlcuding food, clothing, tobacco,...

 
Photographic and printed views of the California Midwinter International Exposition [graphic]

Photographs include snapshots of exposition grounds, buildings, attractions and miscellany. Viewbook features views of the Grand Court, Yerkes Telescope, the Transportation building, the Electrical building, boating scenes and other major attractions.

 
Photographic copies of Maynard Dixon paintings [graphic].

Images of Dixon's art work, with subjects including Indians on a Hopi Reservation, cowboys, and other western scenes.

 
Photographic Exhibitions Catalogs Collection

Collection consists of catalogs of photographic exhibitions, many removed from the Will Connell Collection, arranged alphabetically by sponsoring agency. Includes exhibitions from the U.S., Europe, Toronto, Canada, Bombay, India, and Melbourne, Australia. Organizations include London Salon of Photography, Camera Pictorialists...

 
Photographic materials relating to sculptor Felix Peano [graphic]

Materials show pictures of Peano's work -- jewelry, buildings, fountains, architectural details, etc. One portrait of Peano is also included. Also includes images identified as "ornamentation research".

 
Photographic miscellany from the Walter Hughes Henry papers [graphic]

Snapshots of family outings (some in California), others probably in France. Also includes WWI postcards from France.

 
Photographic miscellany [graphic]

Photographs from various sources depicting: Harmer Adobe, Santa Barbara, Calif.; Lexington mine, Butte, Montana; Woodland, Calif.; a bar interior; Mary Austin residence, Independence, Calif.; Tacoma, Washington.

 
Photographic miscellany, primarily of California scenes [graphic]

Many photographs from Los Angeles and San Francisco, among other California locations. Includes three photographs of Mills College in Oakland. Two items from series of Haynes Alaska views are also present.

 
Photographic miscellany, primarily of California scenes [graphic]

Photographs are mainly of California locations. Other locations include Virginia City, Nevada (studio portrait of miner) and the Panama Canal under construction. California photographs include a daguerreotype of miners in the town of Volcano, the Cliff House in San Francisco,...

 
Photographic miscellany relating to Carroll T. Harris [graphic]

Photographic miscellany includes photos of members of the Korean National Army (in China), photographs of a typographic convention and other related images (some of the Monotype Composition Company), humorous postcards from Coppa's Restaurant (San Francisco, Calif.), photographs of a French...

 
Photographic negatives, 1949-1974, bulk 1949-1974

The SIO Photographic Laboratory was established in 1949 to provide photographic services to the SIO community. Photographers photographed instruments, ships, events, people and campus scenes at the request of SIO Offices. The office that placed the order was charged for...

 
Photographic negatives from the Franz Schurmann papers [graphic].

Chiefly unidentified rolls of film. Many, if not all, are believed to be from Schurmann's research travels in Afghanistan in the late 1950s. His work there focused on the Hazara people, and resulted in the 1962 book The Mongols of...

 
Photographic negatives relating to Southern Pacific Railroad employee Edward W. Englebright [graphic].

Many views of Southern Pacific Railroad Company offices, equipment, locomotives and shops in Berkeley, Oakland, and San Francisco. Scenes of Englebright engaged in railroad surveying. Numerous views of civic buildings in Fresno, Calif. Other views include: San Francisco earthquake and...

 
Photographic panorama of San Francisco and a view of the city from the bay [graphic] /

Panorama of San Francisco, Calif. was taken from Nob Hill (west of Powell St., between California and Sacramento Streets) and encompasses approximately 180 degrees, from Alcatraz and North Beach to the north, across downtown to the east, and over the...

 
Photographic Portraits of Presumed Gay and Bisexual Men

Two sets of black-and-white photographic prints of presumed gay men, bisexual men, and men who have sex with men, circa 1850-1937. Each of the sets is prefaced with itemized descriptions depicting the reason for the photograph's inclusion in the collection.

 
Photographic Portraits of Prominent Californians and Visitors to San Francisco, circa 1871-1876

Photographic portraits of prominent San Franciscans and visitors, circa 1871-1876 taken by Carleton E. Watkins.

 
Photographic reproductions of drawings by Edward Vischer [graphic]

Photographs show views of Mission San Buenaventura, views of San Diego, and a view of a ranch in Marin Co.

 
Photographic reproductions of early California views [graphic]

Photographs captioned: San Francisco, 1849 -- Sutter's Fort, 1849 -- Sutter's Mill, 1849 -- Hock Farm on Feather River, 1849 -- Post office [...], San Francisco, 1849.

 
A Photographic story of fine Old Colony paints [graphic].

Album includes photographs of Los Angeles-area commercial buildings, school buildings, residences (many owned by Hollywood celebrities) and automobiles painted with paint manufactured by the Old Colony Paint Company. Also includes photographs of the Old Colony paint factory and offices, as...

 
Photographic survey of Oakland, California [graphic]

Photographic surveys of Oakland done by UC Berkeley students in City Planning 211. Photos of streets scenes include residential, commercial and industrial areas. Individual buildings are indentified by address. Many views of automobiles are also included.

 
Photographic Views Collection

This is a hybrid artificial collection, bringing together small photo collections consisting of views of Los Angeles, Southern California and other regions in California. Some of the collections cover areas outside of California, such as the Arizona Territory. Additionally, there...

 
Photographic views from the expedition of the Spanish Comision Cientifica del Pacifico [graphic] /

Includes group portraits of expedition members and views taken in South America, Central America, and California. California views include numerous San Francisco street scenes and buildings (including fire companies), the Calaveras giant seqouia grove, and one view of a placer...

 
Photographic Views of Oakland, California

Chiefly Oakland views, with several views of Berkeley. Scenes are those that would promote the region and focus on economic growth, prosperity, and amenities. Prominent are views of downtown streets and commercial buildings, schools and public buildings, the Oakland harbor...

 
Photographic views of the Golden Gate Mining Claim [and the Golden Feather Mining Claim] situated on Feather River, Butte County, Cal. [graphic] /

A portfolio of two related sets of riverbed mining views on the Feather River in Butte County, California. These views constitute C.E. Watkins' last known commercial commission and were taken in November, 1891. The mammoth-size albumen prints from wet plate...

 
Photographic views of Utah [graphic]

Includes: fossil quarry in Vernal showing large fossils; general view of Duchesne; main street and the Wasatch Tabernacle in Heber City; Court House in Fillmore; the Carbon County Hall and City Hall in Eureka; and L.D. Church in Price.

 
Photographic views taken during the Alaska gold rush [graphic] /

Slides relating to the Alaska/Yukon gold rush at the end of the 19th century. Views include trails, town construction, mining, settlements, camps, dog sleds, etc. There are also photos of local Indian populations (Tarku, Malamute), their activities and homes. Several...

 
Photographs accompanying an oral history interview with R. Clifford Hall & Harold B. Shepard [graphic]

Four views in the mission garden "en route to Monterey", and one waterfront view, and views of R.C. Hall and others.

 
Photographs along the American River canyon near Auburn, Calif. [graphic]

Photographs show views of bridges and the American River near Auburn, Calif.

 
Photographs and documents relating to the Southern Pacific and Union Pacific Railroads [graphic]

Contains views of locomotives, trains, car interiors, railroads construction, celebration ceremonies of last spike, etc. Relevant documents are mainly reproductions of advertisements and time schedules. In addition, portraits of Samuel B. Reed and general view of Bear River City, Wyoming...

 
Photographs and other materials pertaining to Hilario Camino Moncado and the Filipino Federation of America [graphic].

Photographs depict members of and events pertaining to the Filipino Federation of America (FFA) and the Equi Frili Brium (EFB), primarily in Hawaii. FFA founder Hilario Camino Moncado is depicted in many photographs. Oversize panoramic photographs depict ceremonial group portraits...

 
Photographs and paintings from the Frank Mattison papers [graphic]

Photographs show Frank Mattison as a child, his house in Santa Cruz, his office, Frank with his daughter, and in a group with Grand Officers of the Native Sons of the Golden West (of which he was a member). Other...

 
Photographs and Renderings of Campus Buildings (University of California, Irvine)

This collection contains oversize photographs and renderings of University of California, Irvine buildings. Included are renderings of the Centrum and a Fine Arts village which were never built.

 
Photographs collected by Al Hirschfeld

The Photographs collected by Al Hirschfeld span the years 1924-1990 (bulk 1930s-1970s) and encompass 13.8 linear feet. The collection consists primarily of motion picture photographs employed as research to create key art such as posters for feature films....

 
Photographs from a trip in Death Valley [graphic]

Photos of a trip in Death Valley, Calif. show camp scenes and burro pack trains supplying the mines. George W. Ames is identified in some of the photos.

 
Photographs from Alaska, Central America and other locations [graphic]

Photographs taken during the voyage of 1889 from Mare Island to Alaska and the Arctic, following the Alaska coastline from Fort Tongas to Demarkation Point. The voyage was taken on the U.S. steamer Thetis, captained by Charles H. Stockton. Includes...

 
Photographs from an American Chemical Society exhibit at Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley [graphic]

Photographs include a portrait of Henry A. Hill, and W.V. Cruess and Emil Mrak looking at food packed experimentally for the U.S. Army in World War II.

 
Photographs from Easter Island [graphic]

Captioned: Grassy plains, Easter Island -- Cliff at boat landing, Cooks' Bay, Easter Island -- Native clubs, paddle and feather headpiece, Easter Island -- Wooden idol stone head, paddle, and feather neckpiece, Easter Island -- Entrance to Lava Cave, Easter...

 
Photographs from the Adolph Sutro papers [graphic]

Stereoviews from the Sutro Tunnel, Nevada series show the Sutro mansion and ranch, office buildings, machinery, interiors and exteriors of mine shafts, and the mouth of the tunnel. Other photos also show the Sutro Tunnel, freight wagons (Tonopah to Sodaville),...

 
Photographs from the Baeck family papers [graphic]

Collection includes portraits of Dennison family members in Dresden, Germany; stereographs of Woodward's Gardens (San Francisco, Calif); portraits of the family of Thomas Brown (Special Agent of U.S. Treasury 1863); celebrity cabinet card portraits; some items relating to Timothy Rearden...

 
Photographs from the Burckhalter Family collection [graphic]

Pictures taken in the United States focus on railroad scenes and views of towns. Pictures include a camp in the snow near the Rio Grande River (showing a Central Pacific Railroad kitchen car, and a house made of railroad ties...

 
Photographs from the Burdell-Black family papers [graphic]

Collection includes a number of photographic postcards of Bohemian Grove theatrical productions showing the audience and stage (taken by G. Moulin). Other Bohemian Grove photos date from 1906 and show men lounging around camp tables and chairs. Also includes a...

 
Photographs from the Charles Albert Storke papers [graphic]

Snapshots, primarily of Southern California farm or ranch land (Santa Barbara vicinity?), and a few Cox and Storke family members.

 
Photographs from the Charles Christian Hansen papers [graphic]

Photographs of the Charles C. Hansen family show the town of Mount Vernon, Wash. and vicinity, houses, family members, a barn and workers, the hotel at Utsalady, bicycles, a dog, ladies in a car, a boat and net, Front Street...

 
Photographs from the Charles Edward Chapman papers [graphic]

Snapshots show Seville Dudley Chapman; and Sam Chapman, a University of California baseball player. Also includes a reproduction of an engraved portrait of Hernan Cortes.

 
Photographs from the City Commons Club records [graphic]

Photographs show speakers lecturing at the City Commons club: John Tunney, Edmund G. Brown, Jerome R. Walde, and Dr. B. Davie Napier.

 
Photographs from the Clark Ashton Smith letters to Samuel Loveman [graphic].

Original snapshots and portraits of Clark Ashton Smith; Smith with his parents; Timeus Smith; scenes of Auburn, Calif.; George Sterling.

 
Photographs from the Craft-Trotter family papers [graphic]

Box 1: family portraits and some snapshots, including Ellen Craft Dammond, William Monroe Trotter, Maude Trotter Steward, Henry Kempton Craft, James Monroe Trotter, Virginia Isaacs Trotter, and others -- Box 2: halftone plates of family portraits -- Oversize folders: portraits...

 
Photographs from the Dan de Quille papers [graphic]

Collection contains some postcards of unidentified nature scenes, a view of a house with people (also unidentified), and a picture of Yaquina Head coast in Oregon. A cabinet card shows an allegorical scene with cows, fire and people (captioned "The...

 
Photographs from the David Bickersteth Magee papers [graphic]

Views from Southern California include a view of countryside near Ontario, yard at Ramona's house, a home in Ontario, an ostrich farm in Pasadena, swimmers at Long Beach, a ship at Laguna Harbor, and a view of Baldwin's Ranch. San...

 
Photographs from the David Goodman Mandelbaum papers [graphic].

Collection includes views of India, and photographs showing daily life and rituals of various ethnic groups in India. Ethnic groups include: Badaga, some firewalking; Jews of Cochin; Kota; Kurumba; Toda, including ceremonies; and others.

 
Photographs from the Denicke family papers [graphic]

Interiors of a Victorian home (possibly the Denicke family home in Germany?), and portraits of: Ernst A. Denicke, Ida Luisa Schuenemann-Pott Denicke, Ida Louise Denicke Leuschner, Frederick August Denicke, and Friedrich Schuenemann-Pott.

 
Photographs from the diaries of William A.Z. Edwards [graphic].

Photographs show 1) Pumpkin patch, 2) Group portrait of Edwards' family: William A.Z. Edwards seated, far right, on whale bone chair (now in San Jose Historical Museum), to Edwards' right his daughter, Carolyn, and next to her his wife, Jennie...

 
Photographs from the Donald H. McLaughlin papers [graphic].

Photographs show employees at Los Alamos Labs (portraits), a consultation project in South Africa, an unidentified mining area (many), group portraits, some family related items, meetings, and many reproductions of paintings by Irwin D. Hoffman.

 
Photographs from the Edmund G. Brown papers [graphic].

Collection contains many photographs related to Brown's political career including specific campaigns, publicity photos, official functions, etc. Also includes some political cartoons about Brown.

 
Photographs from the Ednah Robinson Aiken papers [graphic].

Collection contains pictures of writer Ednah Aiken, her family, and friends. Many items relate to well known California writers and artists, including a portraits of William Keith (one inscribed to Aiken), and Mrs[?] Keith. Album contains many photographs of children...

 
Photographs from the Edwin Allen Sherman papers [graphic].

Collection includes portraits (some are photos of paintings) of family members and others including: Edwin A. Sherman, Rear Admiral Baird, Allan Banks Sherman (Sr. and Jr.), and various Union army commanders. Other photos show an observance of the anniversary of...

 
Photographs from the Ella Sterling Mighels papers [graphic]

Collection includes portraits of a woman, a girl, a group portrait of citizens of Aurora, Nevada; people fishing by a lake; a woman writing; and children in costume on a decorated wagon (float). Ella Sterling Mighels may be pictured in...

 
Photographs from the Estelle Carpenter papers [graphic]

Snapshots show Estelle Carpenter and Mrs. Seoville (a neighbor) sitting on Carpenter's front porch after the earthquake and fire of 1906. One photograph shows a huge gorup of children captioned: Portola Festival, Chorus of School Children (6000), Oct. 20, 1909,...

 
Photographs from the Frances Mary Albrier oral history [graphic].

Photograph of Mayor Shelley presenting a proclamation of Negro History Week in San Francisco City Hall, Feb. 1966 includes James Abajian, Lucy Cupps Pickens, Mayor John Shelley, Frances Albrier, and Mr. Herndon. Two photographic contact prints relate to the campaign...

 
Photographs from the Frederick Faust papers [graphic]

Stills and promotional views for movies and for television's Dr. Kildare. Also includes some portraits and views of the Faust home in Florence, Italy.

 
Photographs from the Gerda Isenberg papers [graphic]

Photographs mainly show the interior of a bookstore, presumably Isenberg's European Book Shop in San Francisco. Some photos of a woman skiing are also included.

 
Photographs from the Henry D. Cogswell papers [graphic]

Collection contains portraits of H.D. Cogswell and family, photos of statues and bust of H.D. Cogswell, a photo of Cogswell Polytechnic College in San Francisco, and a view of Second Street in San Francisco.

 
Photographs from the Herbert and Palmer families papers [graphic].

Also includes a lace handkerchief accompanied ms notations pertaining to its creation.

 
Photographs from the Hollister family papers [graphic]

Photographs show members of the Hollister family (Jack, Joe, Harry, W.W. Hollister Jr., J.J., and Stanly) in portraits and in various family activities. Also includes a portrait of Will and Walter Flint, sons of Ben Flint of Hollister. Includes a...

 
Photographs from the Hosselkus family collection [graphic]

Includes views of Creede, Colorado; Quincy, California; a monument dedicated to pioneers of Plumas County in Elizabethtown, California; views of Shoofly Bridge and soda deposits in Soda Springs, Nevada; a an Indian sweat house in Genesee Valley, California; and a...

 
Photographs from the Internatinoal Physics Conference in Como, Italy [graphic]

Photographs show conference attendees on a boat tour of Lake Como. Includes pictures of F. Aston, M. Born, H.A. Compton, P. Deleye, J. Franck, I. Langmuir, H.A. Lorentz, F. Paschen, Pauli, Fermi, Heischberg[?], M. Planck, O. Stern, and R. Wood.

 
Photographs from the Jack Micheline papers [graphic]

Photographs show Jack Micheline and friends, some taken at poetry readings and events at San Francisco City Hall. Also includes photos from a 1967 production of Micheline's East Bleeker at Cafe La Mama.

 
Photographs from the James E. Sisson papers [graphic]

Collection includes a few views related to Jack London (his grave, a bust, Wolf House, portraits of London, etc.), but mainly contains views of an unidentified family (snapshots, baby pictures, family groups, etc.), reproductions of paintings, and photographs of an...

 
Photographs from the James William Denver papers [graphic]

Views include carte de visite portraits of Josephine Denver Jones and an unidentified woman; snapshots of cousins and other family members; the Grand Denver Hotel and the Rombach House, both in Wilmington, Ohio; and gravestones and monuments of James W....

 
Photographs from the Jessie M. Bierman papers [graphic]

Photographs include family vacation scenes from Flathead Lake, views relating to social work and politics, group portraits, passport photos, graduates of the University of California School of Public Health, views of India, and views of German cities.

 
Photographs from the John Brannan letters and other family papers [graphic]

Views show a parade in Escondido, Samuel Brannan's home in background; the San Francisco home of Brannan where first gold was exhibited; a San Francisco building at Montgomery and Sacramento; a reprint of a view of the home of Samuel...

 
Photographs from the John V. Tunney papers [graphic]

Photographs show politicians and political or social events, including many publicity photos. Most photos are of John Tunney, but others show Robert and Edward Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, and others. Few show political trips outside the U.S. to India, Vietnam, etc.

 
Photographs from the Joseph Henry Jackson papers [graphic]

Photographs show the grape vine near Santa Barbara. Copy photo of a print shows the Buena Vista Ranch in Sonoma Co., residence of vintner A. Haraszthy.

 
Photographs from the Josephine Miles papers [graphic].

Chiefly portraits of Josephine Miles at various ages, portraits of Miles at events, and some pictures of family homes and surroundings, other pictures of relatives and, perhaps, some friends and associates.

 
Photographs from the Kate Bigelow Montague papers [graphic]

Photographs and ephemera show various aspects of the life of Kate Bigelow Montague, especially from 1900 into the 1920's. Includes various localities she lived in California; University of California, Berkeley scenes and activities; postcard and greeting card albums; one album...

 
Photographs from the Lesley Byrd Simpson papers [graphic]

Photographs show ornate buildings in a Spanish or Moorish style, (one captioned: Universidad. Antigua G[uatemala]), ruins, and a Latin American street scene (ms. note on verso: Iguala).

 
Photographs from the Lucas Willey papers [graphic]

Tintype portrait of a man, presumably Lucas Willey, and a photograph of a building, possibly the schoolhouse and church where Willey taught at Diamond Springs, El Dorado County, Calif.

 
Photographs from the Marion Randall Parsons papers [graphic]

Wilderness and mountaineering outings, primarily in the Sierra Nevada mountains, some of which are identified as Sierra Club outings. Family portraits and snapshots (most unidentified) also present.

 
Photographs from the Mexican Revolution [graphic]

Collection includes views of troops in action, dead on the battlefield, mass burials, soldaderas, Yaqui Indians, cannons, and a horse-drawn ambulance crossing a river. Also includes portraits of V. Carranza, L. Blanco, V. Huerta, F.I and G. Madero, P. Orozco,...

 
Photographs from the Nancy Bayley research papers [graphic]

Photographs are mainly portraits of Bayley taken at various professional and social events.

 
Photographs from the Pacific Coast Committee on American Principles and Fair Play [graphic]

Snapshots of groups and individuals, mainly Japanese American evacuees during World War II. Also includes views of housing facilities and trailers at Lomita[?] air strip, Mariposa, and/or El Segundo, California. One group portrait of Canal Christian Church members at Rivers,...

 
Photographs from the papers relating to the Sarah Seaver Randall House [graphic]

Portraits show Sarah Randall in ca. 1890, and with her children in 1863. Photographs of Randall homes show the present Randall House (built in 1891), and the former William Edgar Randall house built ca. 1857.

 
Photographs from the Paul Scharrenberg papers [graphic]

Primarily photographs taken on trips and at labor conferences, many unidentified. Includes some business cards, one reading "Paul Scharrenberg, Delegate on behalf of the United States Seamen. International Labor Conference 21st and 22nd sessions" Some family and travel photos (Hawaii,...

 
Photographs from the Peoples Temple Records

Consists of photographic prints of various sizes pertaining to Peoples Temple, including individual and group portraits, publicity photographs, and snapshots. Includes images of church services, recreational outings, and Peoples Temple members working at various pursuits, including farming, cooking, and woodworking....

 
Photographs from the Peralta-Galindo family papers [graphic].

Predominantly cyanotype snapshots (on disbound album pages) of family, pets, homes, horses and racing, etc. Although unidentified, images are assumed to be of the Peralta and Galindo families in Alameda, Contra Costa and Monterey Counties, Calif. Negatives are mostly views...

 
Photographs from the Phillip Burton papers [graphic].

Collection includes many portraits of Phillip Burton: at social events, in office (publicity shots), political events, with President Johnson, Ted Kennedy, President Ford, etc. Also includes portraits of Hubert Humphrey, Ronald Reagan, and photographs of political parades/rallies in the San...

 
Photographs from the Porter Garnett papers [graphic]

The Garnetts and friends at a formal dinner party, 1927; a small group outside the Garnett house on Schoolhouse Lane, 1930; a portrait of young Porter Garnett in May, 1894, accompanied by a copy of a humorous cover letter to...

 
Photographs from the Ralph King papers [graphic]

Primarily mountain scenery and the Echo Lake region. Many images document heavy snowfall of 1932 and the damage caused to cabins at Echo Lake. Numerous snapshots of skiers and hikers are also present. Includes photographic postcards of the region by...

 
Photographs from the Rudolph Schevill papers [graphic]

Portraits of Schevill, family members, and colleagues, and a view of the family home in Cincinnati, Ohio. Also, photographic copies of correspondence. Includes a signed portrait of Adolfo Bonillo y San Martin and one of Juan C. Cebrian.

 
Photographs from the Sala Burton papers [graphic]

Photographs show political events, politicians, and other unidentified people. Organized in envelopes according to the type of event pictured.

 
Photographs from the Samuel G. Vazquez papers [graphic]

Mainly photographs of Samuel G. Vazquez and his compatriots during the Mexican Revolution, some posed with weapons or flags of Mexico. Includes a view of a stagecoach with travellers and an armed soldier on board. Portraits of Venustiano Carranza, Francisco...

 
Photographs from the Spring Valley Water Company records [graphic].

Snapshots of canal, levies, and salt marshes of the South Shore Port Company, apparently taken for the Continental Salt & Chemical Co. as documentation in a dispute with neighboring landowner Clara M. King. Also, one unrelated (and badly damaged) pictorialist...

 
Photographs from the St. Sure family papers [graphic]

Collection includes a portrait of Frederick L. Esola (U.S. Marshall) inscribed to A.J. St. Sure, and snapshots of people at "Hatfield Picnic".

 
Photographs from the Thomas M. Storke collection [graphic]

Photographs from ca. 1900 show views of Santa Barbara and the mission. Later photographs show President J.F. Kennedy, Michael J. Kirwan, a journalism award ceremony in Santa Barbara, and other unidentified group portraits.

 
Photographs from the Thomas More Storke papers [graphic]

Includes views of Storke Ranches in the Santa Ynez / Santa Barbara vicinities, the University of California at Santa Barbara, the News-Press Publishing Company building, and "Old Spanish Days fiestas" in Santa Barbara.

 
Photographs from the University of California Forestry Club [graphic]

Album contains views of the University of California campus, Camp Califorest, and of the camp newspaper (Bull of the Woods).

 
Photographs from the University of California Forestry Club [graphic]

Album contains views of the University of California campus, Camp Califorest, and of the camp newspaper (Bull of the Woods).

 
Photographs from the Wacaw Lednicki papers [graphic]

Photographs of family and associates, some professional portraits, mostly snapshots, from various U.S. locations and Poland. Also includes two small albums.

 
Photographs from the Weber family papers [graphic].

Collection includes family portraits, scenery, and unidentified people. Some photographs of the Weber Ranch in Santa Clara County are also included. Includes one carte de visite portrait of an unidentified man by Willam Shew.

 
Photographs from the Wendell M. Stanley papers [graphic].

Photographs show men with scientific equipment in a library, one possibly Wendell M. Stanley.

 
Photographs from the William Bancroft Midgely notebook [graphic]

Contains family portraits including Carrie H. Dulton.

 
Photographs from the William Horace Ivie papers [graphic]

Includes views from Kauai, Hawaii and Salt Lake City, Utah. California photos show Catalina Island, views from Mt. Lowe ("Great Cable Incline", circular bridge, general views), San Juan Capistrano mission, etc. A folder of views published by Campbell Art Co,...

 
Photographs from the Woodbridge Metcalf papers [graphic]

Photograph shows Metcalf at a public event or assembly. Negatives are unidentified portraits.

 
Photographs from the Woolsey family papers [graphic].

Photograph albums, snapshot photographs and studio portraits depicting mulitple generations of the Woolsey family of Berkeley, Calif. The central figures depicted throughout collection are William Harold Woolsey and Mary Catherine Woolsey and their children William Harold "Bill" Woolsey, Jr. and...

 
Photographs from the Yoshiaki Moriwaki family papers [graphic]

Views include family pictures (birthday parties, baby pictures, etc.), pictures taken at Topaz Japanese Relocation Center in Utah, and pictures taken in Berkeley. One view shows Aki in uniform, others show the 442nd Combat Team in Europe during World War...

 
Photographs of 1906 San Francisco earthquake aftermath [graphic]

Collection contains snapshots of street scenes taken in San Francisco showing earthquake and fire damage caused by the disaster of 1906. Among the subjects pictured are the Fairmont Hotel atop Nob Hill, California St., the Merchants' Exchange Building, and the...

 
Photographs of a cabin from the George F. Kincaid papers [graphic]

Photos show exterior and one interior views of a cabin or cabins, possibly at Phoebe Hearst's Wyntoon Estate in Siskiyou County, Calif.

 
Photographs of a tour of Italy [graphic] /

Photographs show art, architecture (including interiors and exteriors of churches and other buildings), landmarks, ruins, views of cities, etc. Places photographed include Venice, Naples, Florence, Pompeii, Pisa, etc.

 
Photographs of Alaskan towns and scenes [graphic]

Collection contains various views of Indians (identified as Eskimos), showing a home, meal preparation, a bather, summer tents, and a woman sawing wood; Siberian reindeermen and their shelter; Ketchikan views including the harbor, town, and the New England Fish Company;...

 
Photographs of Anson Stiles Blake, Sameul H. Willey, and a trip to the Sierra Nevada Mother Lode country [graphic].

Includes a carte de visite portrait of Anson Stiles Blake; a copy photograph of a portrait of Samuel H. Willey; a group portrait snapshot of unidentified women; and four mounted photographs of a trip to the Sierra Nevada Mother Lode...

 
Photographs of banquets of the Berkeley Manufacturers Association [graphic]

Banquets photographed by Belle-Oudry (1910) and by R.J. Waters (1914), the latter in the Shattuck Hotel in Berkeley, Calif. Roy Block and Friend Richardson identified in both photographs.

 
Photographs of Bodie, California [graphic]

Many unidentified photographs; includes street scenes, family pictures and inhabitants of Bodie, Calif., Bodie Miner's Union, and some American Indians.

 
Photographs of Bridges in California National Forests

Photographs of bridges located within the boundaries of Angeles, Cleveland, Eldorado, Klamath, Lassen, Los Padres (Santa Barbara), Mendocino, Plumas, Sequoia, Shasta, Sierra, Stanislaus, Tahoe, and Trinity National Forests. Most mounted on paper with captions....

 
Photographs of buildings designed by Bernard Maybeck [graphic]

Photographs show various homes and other buildings designed by Bernard Maybeck (most in Berkeley and elsewhere in California). Also includes a few portraits of Maybeck and his wife.

 
Photographs of California highways [graphic] /

Primarily aerial views of freeways in Southern California, many in the Los Angeles area. Also present are several copy photographs of unimproved roads, apparently in the 1920's.

 
Photographs of California missions and towns, and other western views [graphic]

Views show various California missions, the Legion of Honor and the Panama Pacific International Exhibition, a park in Santa Barbara, a street scene with many cars in Santa Rosa, general views of San Diego and San Francisco, a few views...

 
Photographs of California missions [graphic]

Views photographed by Taber include two from Mission San Juan Capistrano (olive mill in an overgrown garden with mission in the background, and a view along the roofless cloister with a wall of buildings to the left) and Mission San...

 
Photographs of California scenery from the Ben Shannon Allen papers [graphic]

Includes photographs of Carmel coast, Mohawk Valley, mountain scenes, and logging wagons.

 
Photographs of California scenes and historic buildings of Monterey and San Francisco [graphic]

Views of early California buildings mostly in Monterey and San Francisco. Also pictured are outdoor scenes, outings, lumbering, railroads and ships. Album includes San Francisco views and architecture. One cased photograph is also present.

 
Photographs of Charles Atwood Kofoid and colleagues [graphic].

Snapshots of Charles A. Kofoid and colleagues at meeting of American Society of Tropical Medicine (1934); at statue of pathologist and obstetrician Ignac Fulop Semmelweis at a park in Budapest, Hungary; and at bust of philologist and politician Johan Nicolai...

 
Photographs of Charles Kikuchi and family [graphic]

Collection contains photographs of Charles Kikuchi and family, and photographs of the Gila River Relocation Center where the family was interned.

 
Photographs of China from the J.B. Condliffe papers [graphic]

Majority of collection shows views of China, with an emphasis on agriculture. These views show demonstration farms, child labor in the silk trade, villagers with produce for exhibition, farm life, water supply, agricultural extention workers from the University of Nanking,...

 
Photographs of Churches and Architecture in Mexico and England

This disbound album is made up of two volumes, the first containing late 19th century photographs of sites throughout Mexico and parts of South America; most notable are Mexico City, Guanajuato, Zacatecas, Peru, Bolivia, and the Mesoamerican ruins of Mitla,...

 
Photographs of Clyde, California [graphic]

Views of construction of houses, finished homes (some interiors), machinery, and 2 panoramas.

 
Photographs of Coloma and Kelsey, California [graphic]

Views of historic buildings of the 1849 gold rush era. Coloma views show Main Street, the South Fork of the American River, Judge Robertson's residence, Chinese banks, and the "N.S.G.W. home". Views of Kelsey show the interior of Marshall's Blacksmith...

 
Photographs of David Pierpont Gardner [graphic]

Photographs of David Gardner, other past UC presidents (Richard Atkinson, Jack Peltason, David Saxon and Clark Kerr), Gardner with German Chancellor Helmut Kohl, and Libby and David Gardner and family.

 
Photographs of Downieville and Sierraville, Calif. [graphic]

Includes general town views, some with citizens assembled in the street, winter views, one view of the Young America Mine, and damage from the 1937 flood of the North Yuba River. One view shows exterior of a photographer's studio (ca....

 
Photographs of drawings from the California Gold Rush period [graphic] : from the files of the Century Company.

Drawings are captioned in ms.: Sacramento City Fire of November 2, 1852 [city on fire, refugees on foot] -- On the Road to Nevada [shows horses pulling a loaded wagon, annotated: IX Life in the Mines, on verso]

 
Photographs of Earl Warren [graphic]

Official photographs and snapshots of Earl Warren during various periods. One view shows the Dewey / Warren Vice Presidential campaign train.

 
Photographs of earthquake damage to the Montrose subdivision, near Los Angeles [graphic]

Photographs show the subdivision in ruins after an earthquake (date unknown). Views show destroyed houses and bystanders.

 
Photographs of E.B. Rogers' vineyard, Fresno, Calif. [graphic]

Views of grapes, vineyard, and buildings at E.B. Roger's vineyard in Fresno, Calif.

 
Photographs of Edith and Julian Hawthorne [graphic]

Photographs show Edith Garrigues Hawthorne (young and old), Julian Hawthorne in Pasadena, a memorial to Rose Hawthorne, and a view of a statue.

 
Photographs of Edward Dickinson Baker statue [graphic].

Photographs of the life-sized statue of Edward Dickinson Baker commissioned by Congressional Bills H.R. 2762 and H.R. 2586 in 1872. It was sculpted by Horatio Stone and placed in the U.S. Capitol Building.

 
Photographs of Emmett J. Rice [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

Photographs of Four Ethnicities on California's Central Coast

Black Gold Cooperative Library System Advisory Board's Photo Essay collection includes black and white photographic images of historical interest spanning from the late 1800s up to the 1970s. The images strive to recognize people of four heritages who without recognition...

 
Photographs of Fred Emerson Brooks [graphic]

Photographs show Brooks reciting poems in Yosemite, with Clarence Eddy at the piano and an audience seating on logs; Brooks with David Star Jordon in Yosemite; and Brooks with George Wharton James in Yosemite.

 
Photographs of Gobind B. Lal [graphic]

Photographs show Lal (an Indian journalist) in his office and during an unidentified official ceremony.

 
Photographs of Hawaii and the ships Nipsic, Vandalia, and Trenton in Samoa [graphic]

Three scenic views of Hawaii: an outrigger with Diamond Head in background, Diamond Head from Punchbowl, and a view numbered 237 and captioned "Pali from spring". This view includes what appears to be the lense board of a stereo camera...

 
Photographs of Herbert I. Priestley [graphic]

Photographs show Herbert I. Priestley and Bessie Snodgrass in 1898 and on their honeymoon in 1901. Individual portrait of Priestly is from 1912.

 
Photographs of Hispanic culture in the Southwest [graphic].

Photographs document various aspects of Hispanic culture in the Southwest, as well as northern Mexico, during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Subjects inlcude churches, adobe houses, streets, plazas, adobe ovens, and donkeys used as pack animals. Regions depicted...

 
Photographs of Hospitals in Orange County, California (Collection of)

The collection includes photographs of two or more hospitals in Orange County, California, and a library that may associated with a hospital. The bulk of the photographs depict Orange County Hospital, located on West Chapman Avenue in Orange, circa 1930-1938....

 
Photographs of Jack London and the Snark [graphic]

Photos show Jack and Charmian London on the Snark at Pearl City Peninsula (Hawaii). Also includes a portrait of Martin Johnson.

 
Photographs of Jacob G. Jackson and Casimir J. Wood [graphic]

Photographs of Jacob G. Jackson (president of the Caspar Lumber Company) and his grandson Casimir J. Wood.

 
Photographs of James R. Mills [graphic]

Photographs show James Mills with Hubert Humphrey, Ted Kennedy, Jesse Unruh, and Mills with his bicycle (being interviewed while cycling around California in support of proposition 20)

 
Photographs of Kernan Cripps [graphic]

Portraits of stage and silent film actor Kernan Cripps. Accompanied by theater programs for his performances, primarily in San Francisco and San Jose, Calif., but also in New Hampshire.

 
Photographs of Lewis and Clark college [graphic]

Views of the campus of Lewis and Clark college (Portland, Oregon), with all buildings identified.

 
Photographs of Longshoremen interviewees [graphic].

Snapshot portraits, chiefly taken during an oral history project, of members of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union. Most of the subjects are African American. Interviewees pictured are: Bob Birks, Timothy Carter, Johnny Cherry, Edgar Dunlap, Frank Gianinno (no negatives),...

 
Photographs of Louise Chow [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
Photographs of lumbering activities [graphic]

Photographs show logging, lumbering, loggers, log transportation (including logging railroads), some at Stimson Mill, Washington.

 
Photographs of Mexican art and artifacts [graphic].

Photographs of artifacts mainly show Aztec sculpture and other objects. Photographs of art mainly show murals by various artists, apparently on walls of buildings in Mexico. Collection includes a photo of Diego Rivera working on one of his murals.

 
Photographs of Monterey buildings [graphic]

Monterey buildings include: homes of Sanchez and Castro families; home of Thomas Larkin, old Spanish convent, Hotel Washington, the old custom house, whaling station, and Colton Hall. Includes various adobes.

 
Photographs of Monterrey and Matamoros, Mexico [graphic]

One photo captioned "Plaza de Hidalgo, Matamorros". Other photographs not captioned, but show people outdoors, homes (including a tree house), a street, and a building, apparently in Monterrey, Mexico.

 
Photographs of Mormon missionaries and emigrants [graphic]

Missionaries for Europe 1866 -- Mormon emigrants Echo 1866 -- [...]rrill 1865 -- Mormon emigrants Goolville[?] 1865.

 
Photographs of Mt. Shasta, oil wells, and the Camulos Ranch, Calif. [graphic]

Photos show oil wells of Pico Canyon (near Ventura, Calif.), workers, men surrounding a monument on the top of Mt. Shasta, a church in Ventura, and Camulos ranch with group of people in front of the house.

 
Photographs of Musicians and Ballet Dancers Collection

Collection consists of photographs of classical and country and western recording artists, as well as ballet dancers.

 
Photographs of park lands from the Contra Costa Park Council records [graphic]

Photographs show the Las Trampas area, landscapes, and other Contra Costa park scenes. Some photos show Alvin A. Burton and others at park related events.

 
Photographs of people and scenes in Mexico [graphic]

Photographs show workers, people in rural and urban areas, scenery, buildings, streets, historic sites, agriculture, and similar views in Mexico.

Photographs of Peoples Temple in the United States and Guyana

Consists of 1225 original slides, and 1131 photographic print reproductions created from those slides, of the members of the Peoples Temple in Redwood Valley, San Francisco, and Guyana from 1967-1978. Included are images of church services, portraits of Peoples Temple...

 
Photographs of Porter, Edna, and Louis Garnett [graphic]

Photographs show Porter Garnett at work with his wife Edna watching him, a portrait of Porter's father Louis Garnett, and a photograph of some of 3 of Porter Garnett's wood carvings.

 
Photographs of production of McClure's play The Beard [graphic]

Photographs of theatrical production "The Beard" performed at Fillmore Auditorium, San Francisco, July 1966.

 
Photographs of Ruth Weiss [graphic].

Photos depict: Ruth Weiss, Howard Hart, and Dion Vigne during performance at Fugazi Hall, North Beach, San Francisco; and Ruth Weiss reading at North Beach Fair, San Francisco (two views).

 
Photographs of San Francisco [graphic]

Photographs show San Francisco homes, businesses, industrial areas, waterfront, streets, and general views.

 
Photographs of Sara Bard Field [graphic]

Two studio portraits and one view of Field making a speech.

 
Photographs of Selena Foster and family, accompanying her oral history interview [graphic]

Family portraits and snapshots of Selena Foster and her family in Oklahoma City, Texas, and Richmond, Calif.

 
Photographs of sheep ranching and milking [graphic]

Photographs show aspects of sheep ranching, especially milking, possibly in California. Men and woman shown are possibly Basque sheep ranchers.

 
Photographs of soldiers, cadets, and home interiors [graphic].

Photographs of unidentified soldiers or military men, group portraits of military cadets, and a signal corps on parade, apparently in San Francisco or other Bay Area locales. A large Victorian home exterior is included, as are several decorated parlor interiors...

 
Photographs of speakeasies in Oakland, Calif. [graphic]

Police photographs of prohibition related crimes and scenes: people serving alcohol, stills, speakeasies (interiors and exteriors), bars, etc. mainly in North Oakland. Includes a few mug shots and one "Wanted" poster with finger prints. One street scene shows an election...

 
Photographs of the California Mother Lode

Photographs of the California Mother Lode region taken by Alma Lavenson during the 1930s through the 1960s.

 
Photographs of the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad Company survey party in Montana and Wyoming [graphic]

Photographs show camp life, views along the Burlington route, and American Indians; also views of Sheridan and Dayton, Wyoming, Stillwater Canyon, Shoshone River, and Cedar Mountain, as indicated in captions on some of the images.

 
Photographs of the Conferencia de Coatequitas in Oaxaca, Mexico [graphic]

Mainly group portraits, some showing military dress. Also includes two photos of ruins at Mitla, and two photos of P. Gonzales' visit to Cuernavaca (in 1916)

 
Photographs of the Construction of the University of California, Irvine

This collection contains black and white photographic prints of the University of California, Irvine campus buildings under construction. A typed index for photos taken from November 3, 1964 through September 7, 1965 is also included.

 
Photographs of the Dollar Lumber Company from the Robert Dollar papers [graphic]

Photographs show a depot and store, surrounded by lumber, with a Dollar Lumber Co. train captioned "Markams[?] Cal, near [?]ssons, 1892-1895"; a large oxen team hauling logs down a hill captioned "Usal, 18 logs - 12000 feet 1892"; a donkey...

 
Photographs of the erosion of McKillop Road in Oakland, Calif. [graphic]

Includes views of suburban residences. Clipping from the Oakland Tribune (Dec. 30, 1952) describes damage to homes from erosion of the hillside and road by Sausal Creek.

 
Photographs of the Exploration Mercantile Co. store, Goldfield, Nevada [graphic]

Photos show detailed views of the Exploration Mercantile store at four different times in one year. Signs for other businesses located in the building are different, showing changes during that year. People and vehicles are also clearly visible. Views show:...

 
Photographs of the H.D. Bott & T.G. Smith blacksmith shop [graphic]

Interior and exterior views of blacksmith shop, showing workers, machinery, etc. Carriages visible in front of shop. Location unidentified, probably California.

 
Photographs of the Japanese-American evacuation from Berkeley, Calif. [graphic]

Photographs show Japanese-Americans waiting with luggage for transportation, people on busses, and similar scenes.

 
Photographs of the Lake Tahoe Region [graphic]

Photographs apparently for publication project of the Sierra Club documenting the human impact on the Lake Tahoe Region, emphasizing the environmmental aspects of development.

 
Photographs of the Mexican revolution [graphic]

Many views of cavalry with rifles and wearing sombreros. Includes views in Mexico City and surrounding towns. All photos show large groups of people, primarily military.

 
Photographs of the M.H. De Young residence [graphic]

Views of M.H. De Young's home in San Francisco depict fireplaces, stained glass, weapons, table set for dining, ornate relief work on ceiling, dining room hung with vines, etc.

 
Photographs of the Mother Lode mining district and petroglyphs in California [graphic]

Contains copy prints of early views of the New Almaden Quicksilver Mine and placer mining at Soldiers Gulch, Volcano, Amador County; later views (1920's-1950s?) depict mining buildings in Johnsville, Plumas County, and mining equipment, and an oil gusher of the...

 
Photographs of the New Church (Swedenborgian Church) in San Francisco [graphic]

Photographs show the Swedenborgian Church of San Francisco, also known as the Church of the New Jerusalem, including interior details and decoration, exterior views, etc. Some photographs show building construction in progress.

 
Photographs of the people and antiquities of Mexico [graphic]

Views show scenes of Mexico: village life, ruins, huts, bas-relief, roads, outdoor markets, people, etc. The following locations are included: Oaxaca, Chalcatango, Cuilapan, Huapiapam, Huendio, La Magdalena Penasco, Putla, Junctlahuaca, San Juan Mixtepec, San Miguel Achuitla, Tecomaxtlahuaca, Teposcolula, Tlacotepec, Tlaxiaco,...

 
Photographs of the Plantin-Moretus Museum [graphic]

Views of the Museum Plantin-Moretus of Antwerp. Primarily interior views of this museum of the history of printing and type-founding.

 
Photographs of the Red Bluff band [graphic]

Photographs show members and instruments of the Red Bluff band, with band members identified. Also shown are members of "Better than Gold", possibly a theatrical group (men in black face).

 
Photographs of the San Francisco Bay Area and California from the James E. Boynton collection [graphic]

Views of Oakland include many downtown streets and buildings (hotels, government, and businesses), some showing transportation such as the Key System tracks and cars. Other East Bay locations include the the University of California, Berkeley; views of Berkley after the...

 
Photographs of the San Francisco general maritime strike [graphic]

Photos show crowds and a bomb exploding at the Embarcadero, and police beating a striker.

 
Photographs of the Schmidt Lithograph Company and the Schmidt family [graphic]

Photographs of Max Schmidt and family and the equipment, facilities, and staff of the Schmidt Lithograph Company of San Francisco, Calif. Includes some views of damage from the earthquake of 1906, printing presses, the Schmidt family home, and the home...

 
Photographs of the work of Mark Daniels, architect [graphic]

Photographs and designs show exteriors of private residences - some show completed projects. Locations not well identified, but at least some are from the San Francisco Bay Area, Calif.

 
Photographs of Theodosia Burr Shepherd [graphic]

Portraits of Theodosia Burr Shepherd as a child (including one with her father, Augustus Hall) and as an adult; a view of Mission San Buenaventura; and a photo of the American Hotel, behind Figueroa House, Santa Barbara, Calif.

 
Photographs of Towns and Indians of the Southwest, ca. 1880s-1890s

A collection of photographs focusing on Apache and Pueblo Indians and the pueblos of Isleta, Jemez, Taos, Zuni (and dancers), Laguna, and Walpi, ca. 1880s-1890s. There are also early views of Albuquerque and Santa Fe in New Mexico, and Florence...

 
Photographs of Twentieth-Century Artists, Exhibitions, Installations, and Studio Views

A collection of assembled documentary and rare photographs of artists, art personalities (including dealers, collectors, art historians, art critics, and publishers), exhibitions, collections, installations, and studios.

 
Photographs of University of California, Irvine Community

This collection includes oversized photographs of students, faculty, and staff on the University of California, Irvine campus. Of particular interest are photographs from the 1964 construction site dedication, students in classrooms, and portraits of Education Abroad Program (EAP) students.

 
Photographs of Vallejo and Best family members [graphic]

Group photograph of women and children on a porch shows Mary Elizabeth Best, Adela Vallejo, Frederick Arthur Best, Francis Leland Best, Loretto Best, and Marg[?]. Photograph of grandaughters of Mariano Guadalupe Vallejo (daughters of Platon Vallejo) portrays Elena Best (Sister...

 
Photographs of Vallejo and Mare Island, Calif. [graphic]

Views show ships in dry dock, ships in the bay, houses in town and in the countryside, downtown business district, the harbor, etc.

 
Photographs of various Episcopal churches in California [graphic]

Inludes exterior and interior views of churches in Anaheim, Fresno (St. James Cathedral), King City (St. Mark and unidentified Church, by Edith T. Winslow), Oakland (St. Paul, Trinity), Pasadena (vintage prints of Church of the Angels, by Hill), San Francisco...

 
Photographs of western and California subjects [graphic]

Views include: photos of architectural subjects (homes and gardens) -- recreational subjects and nature themes (parks, etc.) -- political cartoons -- miscellaneous photos of mining, buggies, scenery (unidentified towns) etc.

 
Photographs of William Everson [graphic]

Three photos of Everson ca. 1987, and one of Everson (Brother Antoninus) in clerical garb with Stevens van Strum at the Dominican Priory in Kentfield, Calif., ca. 1965-66.

 
Photographs of Woodrow Wilson Borah [graphic]

Photographs show W.W. Borah in front of a bookcase. One photo also includes [James] Wilkie.

 
Photographs of Wyntoon and San Simeon Hearst estates [graphic]

Photos of Wyntoon show the surrounding McCloud River area in snow, and the buildings of the estate. San Simeon photographs show construction of pools, details of interior elements, formal gardens, etc. Some portraits also included: Mr. and Mrs. James F....

 
Photographs of Yosemite National Park [graphic]

Views include waterfalls, rocks, the Mariposa Grove, a cabin at Wawona, and a few people at Yosemite National Park.

 
Photographs pertaining to Emperor Maximilian and his execution [graphic].

One portrait of Maximilian (by Aubert), and views of a city residence or public building, Maximilian's place of execution, his coat, and his vest. Each garment is displayed to exhibit bullet holes.

 
Photographs pertaining to Montel Montgomery and the Lyons and Wiley families [graphic].

Snapshots and studio portraits of Montel Montgomery, taken chiefly during his youth, including an image of Montel with Jack London; Montel's parents Lurline Lyons Montgomery and Percy Montgomery; and Montel's guardians Emma Growall and Willard Growall. Also includes studio portraits...

 
Photographs referred to in Engineer's Report (Buenos Aires Southern Dock Company, Ltd.)

Album of 55 gelatin silver prints (178 x 235 mm), including two 4-part folding panoramas (178 x 940 mm), dated Oct. 3, 1902-May 7, 1903, documenting the construction of a large dock facility on the southern side of the Riachuelo...

 
Photographs related to Charles Otto Leege [graphic]

Photographs show Leege as a baby and throughout his life, with family in Germany, San Francisco and Yosemite. Also includes a few aerial views of Gena, Germany.

 
Photographs related to "Digger" Indians in California [graphic]

Collection includes views of "Digger" Indian men, women and a baby (papoose), all from the Feather River area; a mat made by "Digger" Indians of the Sacramento Valley; skulls, tools, and baskets found in the cliff dwellings of the San...

 
Photographs related to the California State Water Project [graphic]

Contains aerial photos of the Oroville Dam; interior views of the Oroville Power Plant; views of preconsolidation ponds near Mariposa; canals (some in Kings County); interior and exterior views of the Thermolito Power Plant; pumping plants; and flood conditions. Some...

 
Photographs related to the Will S. Green and Mary Semple Thurman families [graphic]

Includes photographs of Mary Semple Thurman, Jos. G. Mansfield, Serge Malavsky (ports., inscribed to Mrs. Zoe [Green] Radcliffe, reporter for San Francisco Call), and Will Green Harton. Views of Will S. Green house and Colusa Sun office, Carmel mission, "marriage...

 
Photographs relating to David Prescott Barrows [graphic]

Album contains photos commemorating a trip to Yosemite by President and Mrs. D.P. Barrows, daugther Ella Hager, Sir Auckland Geddes and Lady Geddes, and othes. Includes some Yosemite views, as well as group portraits. Loose photographs show men in military...

 
Photographs relating to exhibits at Sequoia and other national parks [graphic]

Photos show park employees preparing exhibits relating to park flora and fauna, the construction of a relief model of Sequoia National Park, and reproductions of drawings illustrating western history (for a museum exhibit).

 
Photographs relating to General Luis E. Torres [graphic]

Photographs include a portrait of General Luis E. Torres (former governor of Sonora, Mexico), family pictures, a picture of Darmstadt, Germany, and various other scenes in Los Angeles, Calif., and elsewhere.

 
Photographs relating to George Blowers [graphic]

Photographs illustrate the following subjects: agriculture (especially sugar beets), aviation, the Coast Guard, the Cutter Lab, dams, relief efforts following the 1933 Los Angeles area earthquake, Fort Ord, Lake Merritt, Los Angeles, police work, roads, telescopes, Yosemite, and soil conservation.

 
Photographs relating to George T. Coffey and mining in Dawson, Yukon Territory [graphic].

Includes two banquet photos, one at the Palace Hotel, San Francisco, which includes George Coffey. Dawson (Yukon) photos show Coffey residences (Coffey posed in front of one with a horse), detailed dock scenes (ships loading, etc.), river boats, hydraulic mining,...

 
Photographs relating to John Steinbeck [graphic]

Includes photos taken by Robert Capa for Steinbeck's A Russian journal, and stills of scenes from the motion picture version of Steinbeck's Pearl. Also includes snapshots of a trip to Mexico, and Steinbeck family members.

 
Photographs relating to John Swett [graphic]

Images include portraits of John Swett, the John Swett School in San Francisco, John Swett selling grape juice from his Hill Girt Farm at the Mechanics Fair, John and Mary Swett at their Martinez farm, an adobe house at Hill...

 
Photographs relating to John Treble Brown [graphic]

Portraits of the John Treble Brown family, a view of Brown's tombstone, photos of houses and surgical implements.

 
Photographs relating to Kaiser industries [graphic]

Photographs mainly relate to various Kaiser (and Kaiser Frazer) industrial facilities and products. Photos show aircraft models, Kaiser buildings, oil wells, cars (on San Francisco streets), gas stations, manufacturing (National Lead Co.), aerial views of docks in Eureka (Calif.), Kaiser...

 
Photographs relating to Lloyd Osbourne [graphic]

A group portrait from ca. 1895, and a portrait of Lloyd Osbourne from ca. 1920.

 
Photographs relating to Porter Garnett [graphic]

Items show Porter Garnett, a group at Bohemian Grove, Garnett's first office, Porter and Edna Garnett, a bust of Sam Hume made by Porticia Hume, and a clipping showing The Bancroft Library's new reading room (James D. Hart seated).

 
Photographs relating to Robert Lowie's life and work [graphic]

Snapshots of Robert Lowie throughout his life, many at various Berkeley residences. Family photographs include portraits of Lowie's grandfather and others. Some show Lowie with members of various Indian groups, including some at Fond du Lac, Saskatchewan. Other photographs of...

 
Photographs relating to Ruth Hill Cooke [graphic]

Photos include snapshots of Ruth Cooke, James Cooke, Noel Sullivan, Cooke's house in Carmel, Cooke's family, and related scenes. Other photos have to do with entertainment and social events in Carmel; in particular, musical and theatrical events. Many show the...

 
Photographs relating to Samuel Ruben from the Martin David Kamen papers [graphic]

Includes one photograph of Samuel Ruben and several photos of cross-breeding charts.

 
Photographs relating to the California Real Estate Association [graphic]

Photographs include group portraits, and views from various unidentified events of the California Real Estate Association.

 
Photographs relating to the construction of Shasta Dam [graphic]

Snapshots of various stages of construction of the Shasta Dam feature of the Central Valley Project, California.

 
Photographs relating to the Cooper Ornithologists' Society and the American Ornithological Union [graphic]

Primarily groups portraits from ornithologists' meetings. Many relate to member W. Lee Chambers.

 
Photographs relating to the Leon J. Richardson and W.W. Wilkinson families [graphic]

Album contains cabinet card portraits of prominent San Francisco Bay Area individuals (apparently some are Berkeley Club members). Loose photographs include views of the California School for the Deaf, and one group portrait of the American Association for Adult Education....

 
Photographs relating to the Miocene Mine [graphic]

Views of hydraulic mining including mine flume structure in the Thompson Flat area (near Oroville, Butte County, Calif.?) Also present is one group portrait.

 
Photographs relating to the Patterson Family and ranch [graphic]

Collection contains unidentified portraits, interior views of G.W. Patterson's home at Ardenwood Regional Preserve, a Japanese pavillion from the Panama Pacific International Exposition on the Patterson Ranch, a camping scene, and a panorama of California Milk Co. at Arden Ranch.

 
Photographs relating to the "State of Jefferson" secession attempt [graphic]

Photos show secessionists in favor of a State of Jefferson stopping traffic at Yreka, Calif. One photo shows a group of men in front of the Yreka Assay Office. The following people are identified in the photos: R.W. Stevens, Roy...

 
Photographs relating to Theodore R. Heintz [graphic]

Includes photos of horses carrying ore from the Heintz mine, Del Norte County; Crescent City view shows tethered mules with Del Norte Bottling works across the street; and one