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R. A. Lever / Fiji photographic negative collection, circa late 1930s

2 negative albums containing 212 images, with indexes, taken by [British?] naturalist R. A. Lever of …

 
R. B. Symington letter and invoice, 1882.

Two items handwritten by R. B. Symington. A letter dated February 7, 1882 is written to James Moore from Jamestown in Tuolumne County reporting on the financial status of the Good Friday Mine. Symington states that the mine is owned...

 
R. C. Parsons certificate, 1857

One certificate, admitting Parsons as an Attorney and Counsellor of the Supreme Court of the United States, 1857. Alpha list.

 
R. Cunningham-Graham letter, 1910 March 31

[B.?]. One letter (ALS) re his writing, 31 Mar. 1910. Purchase. Deaccession?

 
R. D. Packard reprint, 1941 February

"Sarah Bush Lincoln: an account of Lincoln's stepmother." Reprint from The Sohioan (February 1941).

 
R. D. Stephens, 1888-1890.

This collection of manuscripts dates from 1888 to 1890 and includes documents relating to R. D. Stephens' roles as a Postmaster, Trustee of the California State Library, and agricultural businessman during those years.

 
R. G. Herrington China notebook, 1934

40 black and white photos, in school notebook, apparently compiled by R. G. Herrington in 1934, with handwritten captions, mainly of Japanese bombardment and attacks on Shanghai, as well as earlier images of Chinese pirates being executed. .05 linear feet...

 
R. H. Horne document, 1872

One printed document, "Copy of a Memorial forwarded in February, 1872, to the Right Honorable W. E. Gladstone, M.P., First Lord of the Treasury," re the importance of English author R. H. Horne's literary works and public service. Alpha list.

 
R. Hoe & Co. records, 1852-1878, (1873-1878 bulk).

30 incoming letters to R. Hoe & Co. from various California type foundries and related businesses located in San Francisco, including several from H. L. Tatum, San Francisco agent for R. Hoe & Co.

 
R. M. Loeser residence : architectural drawings, NE corner, Cherry & Jackson, S.F., 1914.

Floor plans and elevations by Miller & Colmesnic, n.d. (sheets numbered 2-7); 3 unnumbered sheets of details by Houghton Sawyer, 1914-1915.

 
R. P. Blackmur writings, [ca. 1922-1964].

V. 1: The greater torment (novel); v. 2 3: King Pandar (novel); v. 4: Short stories (1922 1931 and n.d.); v. 5: Four plays. Copies of portraits pasted in each volume.

 
R. P. F. Jose M. Gonzales document, 1852 April 28

One document (ADS), in Spanish, re a marriage. Santa Barbara, 28 April 1852. [SBHC]. Alpha list.

 
R. R. McGuire collection, 1861-1862

Civil War journal, 1861-1862, letter and circular, together with typed transcript and family information.

 
R. S. Ewell portrait, undated

[Civil War Confederate General]. Portrait. [Oversize boxed].

 
R. W. Everett Mexico Tour collection, 1937

Scrapbook (mainly picture postcards, travel brochures) and related correspondence.

 
Raab (Edmund W.) collection of photographic slides

The collection consists of photographic slides representing Los Angeles-area dance and theater productions photographed by Edmund W. Raab.

 
Raab (George) Collection

This collection consists of material collected by George Raab, a resident of Laguna Beach, California, about gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender causes from 1984-1996. Included are newsletters, correspondence, notes and newspaper clippings related to his involvement in those causes. There...

 
Ra'anan (Gavriel D.) typescript

Relates to internal political struggles (especially between G. M. Malenkov and A. A. Zhdanov) as a factor in Soviet foreign policy formulation in the early post-World War II period, and particularly with regard to the Soviet-Yugoslav break. Enlarged version published...

 
Rabbitt (James A.) Papers

Correspondence, memoirs, lectures, reports, surveys, patents, clippings, sketches, and photographs, relating to economic, scientific, and technological developments in the mining and metallurgical industries of China, Japan, and the Far East, with emphasis on nickel alloys, China labor and dockyard projects,...

 
Rabinoff (Max) typescript

Relates to unoffical diplomatic and commercial relations between the United States and the Soviet Union during the 1920s.

 
Rabinov (Irwin) Collection

Rare opera and vocal recordings on open reel tape, from the collection of Irwin Rabinov.

 
Rabinowitz (Jesse) Papers

The Jesse Rabinowitz papers, 1944-1999, consist of correspondence, writings, research, and personal papers relating to his life and work as a biochemist. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence, research material, and professional papers that Rabinowitz collected during his...

 
Race (Jeffrey) writings

Study entitled "War Comes to Long An" (1969), relating to political events in Phuoc Tuy Province, South Vietnam, 1954-1968; and essay entitled "Whither the Philippines?" (1975), relating to contemporary Philippine politics. In part, photocopy.

 
Rachel Anderdon bound volume and sketches, 1815 January 1

One bound volume, with pencil and water color sketches, many of boats, buildings, and people; also several recipes in a separate section of the volume. Date inside cover, January 1, 1815. Alpha list

 
Rachel Bubes correspondence and telegram, 1923-1924.

Correspondence relating to Rachel Bubes' attempts to get her brother-in-law, Haim Stankkevich, and his family into the U.S. The collection includes copies of letters Bubes received from local legal and financial authorities, as well as a letter and telegram from...

 
Rachel Levy Santa Barbara autograph album, 1880s

Autographs and messages from friends, relatives, teachers, many of whom were members of the Santa Barbara Jewish community of the latter nineteenth century. Purchase, Karmiole, $300

 
Rachunek sumienia-kosciol polski wobec antysemityzmu conference proceedings

Sound and videotape recordings of proceedings, relating to the Roman Catholic Church and antisemitism in Poland. Conference organized by Bohdan W. Oppenheim.

 
Radbruch (Gustav) typescript

Relates to the indictment at the Nuremberg Trial of the Ministry of Justice of the National Socialist German Workers Party. Published in the Juristische Wochenschrift.

 
Radcliff (Peter) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Peter Radcliff conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Describes his activities with the American Federation of Teachers (AFT) before the San Francisco State Strike of 1968-69, the role of strike activists, leaders and opponents in detail, assesses...

 
Radcliffe (Mary Marriott) printed material

Advocates sexual abstinence. Published by Norman Remington, Baltimore. Includes list of testimonials from prominent Americans.

 
Radcliffe, Zoe Green. Photographs of the Snark from the Jack London papers [graphic]

Snapshots of the leavetaking of Jack London's yacht, the Snark, possibly in San Francisco or Oakland. London, George Sterling and others are pictured on deck.

 
Radek (Karl) letter

Relates to the communist movement in Germany. Photocopy.

 
Rademaker (John A.) Papers

John Adrian Rademaker was a professor of Sociology, Ph.D., University of Washington (ca. 1939). He served as community analyst at the Granada Relocation Center, Prowers County, Colorado, during World War II. This collection consists of approximately 660 returned postcard-questionnaires on...

 
Radford (Arthur William) memoirs

Relates to American naval operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II, the development of naval aviation, postwar American defense policy, and American policy in the Indochinese War of 1946-1954. Published as From Pearl Harbor to Vietnam : The...

 
Radford (Dollie) Papers

Correspondence, contracts, diaries, original manuscripts and typescripts of poems, plays, and short stories by Dollie Radford. Several mss. by her daughters, Hester and Margaret, and by her husband, Ernest Radford. A.Ls.S. by John Lane, D. H. Lawrence, John Masefield, Ernest...

 
Radical Ephemera and Underground Publications Collection

This collection covers social issues of the late 1960s to mid 1970s in the United States, especially as manifested on the San Diego State University (College) campus and in San Diego County. These issues include women's rights, civil rights, Marxism,...

 
Radical Religion: A Quarterly Journal of Critical Opinion

The Radical Religion Collective, later named the Community for Religious Research and Education, formed in Berkeley, California in 1973 to continue the publishing arm of the closed Berkeley Free Church (1967-1972). Richard L. York, pastor of the church, became a...

 
Radical Right Collection

Pamphlets, leaflets, newspaper and serial issues, newsletters, bulletins, circulars, and other printed and near-print material, issued by right-wing organizations and individuals in the United States, relating to anti-communist, patriotic, fundamentalist, racist, anti-Semitic, neo-Nazi and other right-wing political movements and concerns...

 
Radigan (Corinna) papers

Corinna Radigan was a sports writer for several newspapers and magazines, including the Bay Area Reporter. This collection compiles the work of several women, brought together by Radigan, including unpublished stories and manuscripts as well as materials related to The...

 
Radikalna stranka (Srpska) minutes

Minutes of the Klub Radikalnih Poslanika of the Radikalna Stanka, relating to Serbian politics and parliamentary strategy. Photocopy.

 
Radimsky (Ladislav) papers

Correspondence, writings, radio transcripts, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to Czechoslovak émigré affairs, Czechoslovak culture, and Western radio broadcasting to Czechoslovakia.

 
Radin (Paul) Papers

Paul Radin (1883-1959) was a field ethnologist at the Geological Survey of Canada specializing in the study of the Winnebago. His publications include (1910), (1913), and (1915). The collection consists of typed, annotated transcripts and translations relating to the book...

 
Radin (Paul) Papers

Chiefly surveys from Radin's supervision of over 200 workers who interviewed ethnic groups in the San Francisco Bay Area for the State Emergency Relief Administration of California (SERA) over a period of nine months in 1934-1935. Known as SERA project...

 
Radio Bible Class collection, circa 1970s-1980s

. 78 booklets published by the Radio Bible Class (Grand Rapids, MI), most by Richard W. De Haan, with titles such as "Eternal Destinations," "The Other Side of Death," and "The Time of Christ's Return."

 
Radio Free Asia Vietnamese broadcasts

The collection is comprised of broadcast transcripts and audio recordings of the Radio Free Asia (RFA) Vietnamese radio programs for the years 1997-2002 (later years are retained by RFA). The broadcast transcripts include a morning and evening broadcast for each...

 
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty broadcast records

American radio broadcasting organization operating Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. Includes sound recordings of broadcasts, scripts, correspondence, and memoranda, relating to broadcasts by Radio Free Europe to audiences in Eastern Europe and to broadcasts by Radio Liberty Liberty to...

 
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty corporate records

American radio broadcasting organization operating Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty. Includes correspondence, memoranda, reports, financial and legal records, technical specifications, opinion survey data, serial issues, other publications, and microfilm, relating to operations of Radio Free Europe in broadcasting...

 
Radio Luxembourg miscellaneous records

Letters, lists, memoranda, schedules, and broadcast transcripts, relating to Allied propaganda directed at foreign workers in Germany.

 
Radio Pyongyang radio broadcast transcripts

Relates to the Korean reunification question. Broadcasts monitored by United States Army Forces in South Korea.

 
Radio series scripts collection

Collection consists of American radio series scripts including over 143 titles.

 
Radio sociedad nacional de agricultura broadcast

Relates to the overthrow of the government of Salvador Allende in Chile by the coup of September 11, 1973.

 
Radisics (Elemer) papers

Correspondence, reports, diplomatic dispatches, military and historical studies, clippings, and printed matter, relating to Hungarian history, politics, and government, the Danube Valley, the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, World War II military campaigns, world politics, Palestinian history, and Jewish-Arab relations.

 
Radvanyi (Janos) writings

Relates to the Vietnamese War and to the role of János Péter, foreign minister of Hungary, in negotiations between the United States and North Vietnam.

 
Rady (Donald) papers on the Brazilian Steel Industry and Volta Redonda

This collection contains items Donald E. Rady compiled for his dissertation and book project focusing on the Brazilian Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional (CSN) and surrounding Volta Redonda community. After a bidding war between German and US firms to create a new...

 
Radzwill (Ekaterina Rzewuska kniagina) diary

Relates to South African politics and to Cecil Rhodes.

 
Raebel (Hermann C.) Papers

Hermann C. Raebel Jr. (1848-1869) was born in Leipzig, Germany. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy (1866). While on maneuvers off the coast of Brazil in 1866, received a commission as ensign. He painted watercolors and wrote letters home...

 
Raemaekers (Louis) Papers and Artwork

Cartoons, sketches, paintings, correspondence, clippings, newspaper issues, and photographs, relating primarily to World War I. Includes anti-German World War I cartoons, and cartoons relating to interwar world politics.

 
Raemaekers (Louis) reproductions of World War I political cartoons

Louis Raemaekers (1869-1956) was a cartoonist and painter primarily known for his portrayal of World War I in the Dutch newspaper . His publications include (1912), (1918), and (1918-19). The collection consists of reproductions of anti-German political cartoons originally published...

 
R.A.F. Pilot's Pakistan Photograph Album

Photograph album of a British R.A.F. pilot in Pakistan, 1927-1928, containing 100+ black/white photographs, many with captions. Includes shots of biplanes, airfields, camps, and colleagues, as well as a number of scenes in the North West Frontier and other parts...

 
Raffaëlli (Jean-François) Papers

French painter, draftsman, printmaker, sculptor, and author of Italian descent. Raffaëlli introduced technical innovations in ink drawing colors, drypoint, and color engraving. The archive documents Raffaëlli's art (especially his innovations in printmaking), exhibits, art criticism, and his literary and socio-political...

 
Rafu Uwamachi Daini Gakuen Records

The Rafu Uwamachi Daini Gakuen (Los Angeles Uptown Second Education House) was a Japanese language school established in 1915 and attended by local Japanese American students, with a break during the years of World War II, until its closure in...

 
Rahle Abals letter, 1858.

Collection consists of a letter that Rahle [Pahle?] Abals sent to his brother-in-law, Isidore, from Stockton, California in 1858. Rahle congratulates Isidore on his recent marriage and provides news about businesses in San Francisco, Mokelumne Hill, and Stockton. The original...

 
Rahnema (Majid) writings

Speeches, radio addresses, conference papers, and journal articles, relating to educational and other strategies for development in underdeveloped countries, especially Iran and Mali, and to activities of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

 
Raiguel (William O.) Collection, 1905-1932

The William Otis Raiguel papers span the years 1905-1932 and include correspondence, contractual agreements, travel diaries, and an insurance application. The correspondence, dated from 1909-1920, is between Raiguel and John Galen Howard, and documents some of their financial arrangements. The...

 
Raikin (Spas T.) papers

Correspondence, writings, bulletins, serial issues, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Bulgarian history, the Bulgarian Orthodox Eastern Church, Bulgarian émigré affairs, and activities of anti-communist organizations, including the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations and the Bulgarian National Front.

 
Railroad Collection

The collection contains correspondence, invoices, notices, receipts, and tickets for several railroads including the Atlantic and Great Western Railway; Buffalo Pass, Scalplock & Defiance Railroad; Chicago & North-Wester Railroad Company; Chicago Burlington and Quincy Railroad; Denver & Rio Grande Western...

 
Railroad Comm. of California Report

A typescript of a report issued by the Railroad Commission of California in 1914 analyzing public utilities under its jurisdiction.

 
Railroad commemorative stone

Section of rail . . . of the first rail-road in America (1826, Massachusetts), attached to a granite block.

 
Railroad Commission of the State of California records, [1915 - ca.1935]

Contents: inventory, with appraisal and physical evaluation, of Northern Electric Railroad Company, 1915; and report by T. Falch, assistant engineer, on prices and trends of railroad utilities, ca. 1935.

 
Railroad Employee Timebook Collection

Timebooks completed filled out by employees of various railroads.

 
Railroad Employees Photograph Album

The collection consists of nearly 300 pages of black and white photographs (image size: 1-1/4 x 1-½ inches), with 24 images pasted on each page) of male railroad employees, arranged alphabetically by the first letter of the surname, but not...

 
Railroad Engine photograph album, circa 1880s-1950s

Includes number of copy prints of earlier photos, sold by a railroad photo dealer. Arranged by name of railroad.

 
Railroad Ephemera Collection

The collection contains a variety of ephemeral items relating mainly to railroad companies, but also some bus and other transportation companies. Included in the collection are passenger tickets, railroad forms, transfer tickets, bond coupons, baggage claim checks, company passes, time...

 
Railroad Film Collection

The California State Railroad Museum Library's railroad film collection includes film and video documenting railroad operations and history, primarily in California and Western states, though also in some other geographic regions. The collection includes both commercial and amateur film and...

 
Railroad Law Enforcement Collection

The Railroad Law Enforcement Collection deals with a number of aspects of crimes associated with rail travel. It begins with the first train robbery in the United States in 1870 and includes material up to 1977. The bulk of the...

 
Railroad Logos Scrapbook

Scrapbook of North American railroad and steamship company logos.

 
Railroad Manuscript Collection

Publications, clippings, brochures, transfer tickets and other ephemera. Dated items begin at 1889. Includes street railways. Primarily for Los Angeles County, but also includes San Francisco and Oakland, other U.S. railroad lines, and some foreign.

 
Railroad miscellany, 1868-1964.

Stocks, plans clippings, registers of movement for various railroads in California such as the Central Pacific Railroad; California and Oregon Railroad; Nevada County Narrow Gauge Railroad; West Side Lumber Company Railroad; San Francisco-Sacramento Railroad; Oakland, Antioch and Eastern Railway and...

 
Railroad Printed Ephemera Collection

The collection contains flyers, memos, membership cards, newsletters, notices, proceedings, statutes and other related materials, mainly pertaining to the New York, New Haven and Hartford Railroad Company and to the Brotherhood of Railway and Steamship Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and...

 
Railroad Publications from the United States, Mexico, and Panama Collection

Collection contains mostly railroad company annual reports, as well as various company legal and financial information. Contains a small section on the Tehuantepec Isthmus, and many route maps covering each company's territory. Companies represented in the collection include: Atchison, Topeka...

 
Railroad views from Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area [graphic]

Views relate to trains and railroads in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area. Locomotives and stations of the San Francisco & Alameda Railroad and of the Sacramento Valley Railroad are pictured. Also shown is a time table of the...

 
Railroads and trolleys in the United States and Mexico : photographs

Collection contains over 2,600 photographs documenting various railways and trolley lines in the United States (primarily California) and Mexico.

 
Railroads in California

L. M. Clement was one of the leading civil engineers responsible for surveying and building the eastbound route of the Central Pacific Railroad, thereby contributing to the completion of the transcontinental railroad in 1869. The collection comprises a handwritten copy...

 
Railway Equipment & Realty Company railway drawings [technical drawings].

Contains engineering drawings of railways in and around Oakland, Calif. of various subsidiaries and predecessors of the Railway Equipment & Realty Company including San Francisco-Oakland Terminal Railways, East Bay Street Railways, East Bay Transit Co., Key System, and Key System,...

 
Raina (Peter K.) collection

Photocopies of correspondence, memoranda, reports, and government documents, and photographs, relating mainly to relations of the Catholic Church with the government of Poland. Includes photocopies of personal papers relating to General Wojciech Jaruzelski, photocopies of letters by Adolf Hitler relating...

 
Rainbow Bridge

This is a handmade volume entitled by Hoffman Birney, signed by the author and dated 1927. It contains photographs and typed pages of prose and a prayer regarding the Rainbow Bridge red sandstone natural formation in Utah.

Rainbow Bridge/Monument Valley Expedition Archives

The Rainbow Bridge/Monument Valley Expedition (RBMVE) Archives results from excavations that were conducted between 1933 and 1938 along the Colorado River basin directed by Ansel Hall, Head of Education for the Western Region, National Park Service, based in UC-Berkeley. The...

 
Raine (Kathleen) Papers

The papers of Kathleen Raine, English poet and Blake and Yeats scholar, include journals, correspondence, photographs, draft versions of poems, essays, reviews, critical work, and her published autobiographical trilogy. The majority of Raine's writings in the collection focus on her...

 
Rainer (Yvonne) Papers

Yvonne Rainer is an avant-garde American dancer, choreographer, filmmaker and writer. Her papers document her life as an artist from the late 1950s through 2006, and include photographic material dated as early as 1933. Materials include dance scores; programs and...

 
Rainfall in San Diego County

Records of rainfall compiled by California Water and Telephone Company in San Diego County at approximately 80 precipitation stations. Periods of record vary, oldest beginning 1875, some records ending 1946. Typescripts (mimeo.), with holograph annotations....

 
Rainforest Action Network Records

Contains subject files for Rainforest Action Network (RAN) campaigns, Rainforest Action Groups, Rainforest Action Network publications, and small quantities of correspondence and photographs.

 
Rainier Brewing Company architectural drawings : San Francisco, Calif., 1937.

Contains 12 brown line prints (46 x 38 cm) and 2 smaller black and white photostats of prints, drawn Sept. 1937, for a brewery operating in San Francisco. Prints include those for the brewery, bottling house, and warehouse. Includes plans...

 
Rains (Omer L.) Papers

Bill files, committee files, legislation, campaign and election files, press releases, speech files, subject files, and binders with biographical information pertaining to Rains, a California legislator (State Senate), 18th Senatorial District (Santa Barbara/Ventura). Includes files on abortion, alcoholism, drugs, marijuana,...

 
Raitt, Russell W Papers, 1939-1977 bulk 1941-1948

The files consist of Dr. Raitt's office files while he was working at the University of California Division of War Research (UCDWR) and at the Marine Physical Laboratory on several projects concerning underwater sound. The files include data, correspondence, laboratory...

 
Rajchman (Ludwik Witold) letters

Relates to relief work in China, Polish refugees and relief needs during World War II, Polish relations with the United States and the Soviet Union, and postwar prospects for Poland. Letters addressed to the Polish foreign minister August Zaleski. Photocopy.

 
Raker (James) papers

The James Raker papers span the years 1948-1980 (bulk 1960s-1970s) and encompass 4.2 linear feet. The collection contains advertising slogan ideas for publicity campaigns for 221 films released by American International Pictures (AIP) from 1961 to 1980, 27 films released...

 
Rakos (Andrew) "100 to Infinity" Documentary Production Materials

Video and audio recordings, correspondence, footage logs, transcripts of interviews, legal and financial documents, and promotional and reference materials, primarily from 1994-1999, relating to the production "100 to Infinity", an unfinished documentary by Andrew Rakos profiling 100 gay, lesbian, bisexual,...

 
Rakosi (Carl) Papers

Papers of Carl Rakosi, American "Objectivist" poet and social worker, who professionally practiced psychotherapy under the name Callman Rawley. Rakosi was known for his association with the Objectivist movement as well as Jewish writers of the twentieth century. The writings...

 
Rakovskii (Khristian Georgievich) typescript

Relates to socialist activities in the Balkans, and to the Russian Revolution. Photocopy.

 
Rakowski (Mieczyslaw F.) papers

Diaries, writings, correspondence, printed matter, photographs, and video tapes, relating to political conditions in Poland, especially during the decade of the 1980s, and to the Polska Zjednoczona Partia Robotnicza.

 
Ralf (Richard) papers

Richard Ralf was a German composer who moved to Los Angeles in 1946. His music follows the florid and emotional trend of post-Wagnerian Romanticism. Among his compositions were Transcendental Ballet (1921), Violin Sonata (1923), String Quartet (1924), Violin Concerto (1925),...

 
Ralph Bradford letter, 1933

One letter (TLS) from Unitarian minister and lecturer Henry Clark, praising Ralph Bradford for his book, In the Image of Man (1933). Alpha list.

 
Ralph Brown postcards : San Francisco, Calif., to Mrs. E.L. Brown, Los Angeles, Calif., 1906 April.

Two postcards from a man to his mother written shortly after the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 giving her assurances of his safety. Dated and postmarked from San Francisco on April 20, 1906 and April 24,1906, respectively.

 
Ralph Chessé and Blanding Sloan puppet theater production handbills [graphic].

Includes pictorial handbills, mostly woodcut prints, advertising various San Francisco productions of Ralph Chessé's Marionette Playhouse Club (566 Merchant St.) and the Blanding Sloan Puppet Theatre (718 Montgomery St.). Also includes handbill for the Puppet Players (688 Filbert St.), and...

 
Ralph E. Neidhardt photograph album documenting the Pancho Villa Punitive Expedition [graphic].

snapshots and some professionally made views documenting the 2nd Ohio Infantry of the Ohio National Guard along the U.S.-Mexico border as part of the Pancho Villa Punitive Expedition (1916-1917). Pictured are soldiers, military camps and maneuvers. Also depicted are everyday...

 
Ralph Edwards Productions Production Records

The collection consists of materials pertaining to the various Ralph Edwards Productions projects such as , , and . The finding aid will be updated as the collection is processed.

 
Ralph Emerson papers, [ca.1933-1980].

Includes correspondence, teaching and research files.

 
Ralph Grout papers, 1844-1876.

Letters received, accounts and miscellaneous papers relating to his occupation as innkeeper on Calumet Island, Canada.

 
Ralph J. Gleason letters to Alexander P. Hoffman, 1963.

Fourteen letters giving commentary on current events, including the Lenny Bruce trials, the civil rights movement, radio station KPFA in Berkeley, writers, jazz musicians, and the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Includes a letter from Gleason's wife, Jean, to Hoffman.

 
Ralph King papers, circa 1930-1984.

The collection consists of Echo Lakes cabin owner files (arranged alphabetically by surname), Ralph King's general correspondence (arranged chronologically), and other materials relating to the Echo Lakes area and its residents, including files on the Highway 50 Association, the Echo...

 
Ralph L. Phelps papers.

Also, material on the salt industry, chiefly in the San Fransico Bay region; and miscellaneous notes and pictures received from W.P. Gregory.

 
Ralph L. Phelps papers : additions, 1927-1954.

Correspondence, notes, photographs and clippings relating mainly to Stephen Tyng Mather, and to collecting Mather papers for the Bancroft Library. Letters from Horace M. Albright, Herman Phleger and Merrill E. Prichard included.

 
Ralph L. Phelps papers concerning Robert Shankland, 1951 March 23.

Inscription to Phelps from Robert Shankland; TLS to Phelps from Horace Marden Albright concerning Shankland's biography of Steve Mather.

 
Ralph (Leon D.) Papers

Leon Douglas Ralph, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member, 1966-1976. His main area of interest was issues affecting minorities, particularly affirmative action.

 
Ralph. Letters from Ralph : Corning, Calif. : ALS, 188-.

Love letters written from Corning and Bully Choop [?], Calif. to "Myrtie", wishing they could be together.

 
Ralph M. Heintz papers, 1930-1976.

The cartons contain 3 folders of correspondence and newspaper clippings, 5 folders of patents, 1 folder of photographs, 7 reports on equipment and 10 notebooks. The 2 scrapbooks contain correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings and legal notices pasted in chronological order.

 
Ralph M. Kramer papers, 1954-2001 (bulk 1964-1991).

Contains correspondence, writings, course materials, research proposals, and miscellaneous papers.

 
Ralph Rath Collection

The collection is his gift to the David du Plessis Center and includes his essays, “I Remember Du Plessis” and “Memories of a Charismatic Journalist” as well as a selection of Ralph Rath’s articles and booklets. Also included are Conference...

 
Ralph Reynolds family memoirs, circa 1956.

Memoirs prepared by the family of Dr. Ralph Reynolds of San Francisco.

 
Ralph S. Kuykendall notes and transcriptions relating to the history of Mexico, ca. 1920-1940.

Notes and transcriptions of documents from the Archivo General de Indias in Seville, Spain concerning Mexico, ca. 1773-1796. Included as well is a guide to researching in the Archivo General de Indias written by Kuykendall.

 
Ralph Smith papers, 1831-1882.

Originals and photocopies of papers of Ralph Smith, the elder brother of Jedediah Strong Smith, born in New York and a farmer in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan; letters from his brothers Ira Smith and Peter Smith, 1842 and 1844, his...

 
Ralph "Sonny" Barger portraits [graphic] /

Portraits of Hell's Angels motorcycle gang leader Ralph "Sonny" Barger, taken at his Arizona home. Other family members also appear in some photos.

 
Ralph Stackpole papers, ca. 1920-1980.

Chiefly incoming correspondence, including several files of letters from Leo Eloesser, as well as correspondence from several federal agencies concerning Stackpole's involvement with various New Deal projects. Also contains outgoing correspondence, including letters written by Stackpole as Head of the...

 
Ralph Vince Garrod papers, [1958-1959]

Includes his statement prepared for the California Industrial Welfare Commission on fruit growing in the Saratoga area and labor problems pertaining thereto; a copy of the report of the Resolutions Committee, California Farmers, Inc., for the annual meeting 1958; copy...

 
Ralph W. Baker Conservation Corps collection [graphic]

Include 3 albums (v.1-3) of young men on hiking excursions in Marin County, Calif. between 1929 and 1931. Some views of trail maintenance work are present, and some are identified as "SCC" related. 2 additional albums (v.4-5), compiled on binder...

 
Ralph Waldo Emerson papers, 1837-1860.

Assembled from various sources.

 
Ralph Waldo Emerson photo, undated

One black and white cabinet photo of a painting of Emerson, labeled "Bruckmann's Collection," n.d. Purchase from Milton Hammer, $25

 
Ralph Whitman Guantanamo Bay, Cuba papers, 1904-1913

Collection of 61 carbon copies of typewritten letters, memoranda, and reports, June 4, 1904 to August 23, 1913, on the construction of the United States' naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and its water supply in Oriente Province, originally belonging...

 
Ralph Withington Church papers, [ca. 1926-1955]

Letters written to him while a student and later professor of philosophy, by Sherwood Anderson, William R. Dennes, Eugène Jolas, Roger B. Merriman, Laura Riding, Gertrude Stein, Pavel Tchelitchew, Alice B. Toklas and Clement C.J. Webb.

 
Ralph Works Chaney, Ph.D. : paleobotanist, conservationist : transcript, 1959.

Interviews conducted 1959 by Edna T. Daniel for the Regional Cultural History Project, University of California Library, Berkeley. Photographs inserted. Mainly comments on teaching career at University of California; loyalty oath controversy; student government; conservation work with Save the Redwoods...

 
Ralston (F. Marion) Collection of Musical Compositions

Collection consists of manuscripts, ozalid masters and copies, and published sheet music of musical compositions. Titles include: ; ; ; ; ; ; ; and ....

Ralston (W. C.) and His Mansion in Belmont, Ca., 1872-1874 - Photographs

The Photographs of W.C. Ralston and His Mansion in Belmont, Calif. collection contains eleven photographic albumen prints taken by Eadweard Muybridge in 1874. The prints, some of which are stereograph halves, are gathered on four mounts --two prints being individually...

 
Ralston (William C.) Correspondence

Summary: Letters primarily to Ralston, dealing with William W. Cargill of the Oriental Bank Corporation of London and Charles de Long, U.S. Envoy and Minister to Japan. Also included are letters asking for money or a position, thank you letters,...

 
Ramabai, Pandita  microfiche and film

Ramabai Dongre Medhavi, known as Pandita Ramabai (1858-1922), was an Indian evangelist, social reformer, Bible translator and theologian. She developed Mukti, an orphanage and center of refuge for women. In 1905, a Pentecostal style revival took place at Mukti, influenced...

 
Ramaty (Reuven) Papers

Papers of Reuven Ramaty, astrophysicist, pioneer in high energy astrophysics, and a leading theorist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center for over 30 years. The collection documents his years at Goddard Space Flight Center first as post-doctoral research associate, then...

 
Rambling Views [graphic] : photographs of California.

Snapshots of surf at Santa Monica, Magnolia Ave. (Riverside), a sailboat on San Francisco Bay, a woman on board the S.S. Pomona, the Post Office in Sacramento, the Court House in Santa Barbara, an adobe market in Santa Barbara, the...

 
Rambo family portraits [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
Rambo (William R.) Papers

These papers, kept in their original arrangement, reflect Prof. Rambo's administrative responsibilities as well as his research interests, largely during his time at Stanford University. Stanford subjects include the School of Engineering, the Electrical Engineering Department, the Stanford Electronic Labs,...

 
Ramboz (John H.) Papers

John Henry Ramboz (1879-1960) served as the representative from San Marino to the Metropolitan Water District Board of Directors in 1933. He was the vice-chairman in 1948, and chairman in 1949. The collection consists of correspondence, reports, graphs, pamphlets, books,...

 
Ramey (Bern C.) Papers

Bern C. Ramey had a long career in many aspects of the wine field including those of winemaker, merchandising specialist, author, lecturer, educator, and sales executive. A graduate of the UC Davis Department of Viticulture and Enology, Ramey worked for...

 
Ramirez-Montesinos (Vicente) photograph collection

Depicts Francisco Franco, other Spanish political leaders, foreign diplomats and other officials visiting Spain, and scenes of political, military, cultural, social, and religious life in Spain.

 
Ramón Corral correspondence.

Letters written to the Mexican Vice President, containing information on activities of the opposition party led by Bernardo Reyes, on political events, and government, and journalism, by Miguel Ahumada, Fernando Celada, Enrique C. Creel, Luis del Carmen Curiel, Manuel Garza...

 
Ramón Gil Navarro papers, 1845 March 24 - 1883 June 8.

Vol. 1: Diary, March 24, 1845 - October 16, 1852; Vol. 2: Diary, November 1, 1852 - July 11, 1857); Vol. 1-2 suppl., loose pages removed from vol. 1-2; Vol. 3: commonplace book, 1846 - December 12 [1854?]; Vol. 4:...

 
Ramón Múzquiz letters to the alcalde at Goliad, [1831]

Official letters from the political chief at San Antonio de Bexar (now San Antonio) to the alcalde at Goliad, in the state of Coahuila and Texas (now Texas)

 
Ramo Arquitectos records, 1559-1855.

Items selected by Professor Donald B. Cooper from the city's architectural records. Reel 1: Materials relating to appointments, licensing, examinations and salaries of architects; repairs on buildings damaged by earthquakes and floods; documents concerning the construction and maintenance of the...

 
Ramon J. Hill papers, 1863-1933.

This collection contains a misc. assortment of personal and legal documents. Hill's personal documents include correspondence, speeches, and a few scrapbooks with his poetry. Most of the legal documents are land deeds, including ones held by his son, Lawrence V....

 
Ramona Glass Slide Collection

40 glass slides by F. H. Maude (Los Angeles, CA), many colored, with captions, providing a visual depiction at Rancho Camulos (Ventura Co.) of Helen Hunt Jackson's novel .

 
Ramos Arizpe, Miguel Letters relating to the election of Miguel Ramos Arizpe as deputy to the Constituent Congress of the Mexican Empire for Coahuila : Saltillo, Coahuila : ALS and ADS, 1822.

Consists of four letters and one document regarding the appointment of Ramos Arizpe as Deputy to the Mexican Congress in 1822, which show the positive reaction of several politicians in Coahuila and record the progression of events leading to his...

 
Ramos (Avelino) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Avelino "Abba" Ramos conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Describes youth in Hawaii as son of Filipino sugar worker, coming of ILWU to Islands in 1940s, CIO organizing work in Hawaii, and career in California with Local...

 
Rampant Lions Press Collection

This collection contains items related to the Rampant Lions Press and its owners Will and Sebastian Carter. Materials include those printed by and about the Rampant Lions Press, including books in print pamphlets, lecture announcements, book prospectuses, and other printed...

 
Ramparts magazine and Scrimshaw Press records, 1965-1996 (bulk 1965-1980).

The records of Ramparts magazine and Scrimshaw Press contain materials collected by Frederick C. Mitchell from his own involvement in both organizations. The Ramparts material predominantly concerns the business side of the operation, with correspondence and reports relating to circulation,...

 
Ramplee-Smith (Winifred V.) Collection

Pamphlets, leaflets, clippings, and postcards, relating to the February 1917 Revolution in Russia. Includes fragments of burned records of the tsarist secret police (Okhrana).

Ram's Head Records

Records of the student drama group Ram's Head include financial reports (1924-1957), Dramatic Council minutes (1925-1948), board minutes, (1935-1957), general correspondence (1934-1952), production books (1937-1959), and several LP records and audio tapes for such Ram's Head productions as the Big...

 
Ramsay, George Douglas Letter : to Major R.L. Baker, 1862 November 9

Holograph letter written at the Frankford Arsenal to Major R.L. Baker of the Watervliet Arsenal, West Troy, N.Y.

 
Ramsdell (Sheldon) Papers

Journal, ephemera, correspondence, and other materials collected by political activist and photojournalist Sheldon Ramsdell.

 
Ramsey Collection, ca. 19th century

Photographs. Mostly 19th century studio stills and outdoor images of individuals and groups, including animals and a tree. Undated.

 
Ramtha collection, 1991 - 2004

Audio and video recording of the teachings of the spirit Ramtha, channeled by JZ Knight.

 
Ranch life and leisure scenes of youths in California [graphic].

Snapshots of family life, outings, and ranch life in Marin and possibly Lassen Counties, California. Views include horses, livestock, hunting and trapping, a home in Oakland, Calif., automobiles, young men at track events and on hiking trips, and various other...

 
Rancheros Visitadores Films

Two reels of 16mm film relating to Los Rancheros Visitadores, or the "Visiting Ranchers," a social club in the United States.

 
Ranching and travel views in Arizona, New Mexico and Mexico [graphic]

Chiefly snapshots of ranch and desert scenes in Arizona, with views from excursions in Mexico and New Mexico. Locations include a trip to the Montoya Mine, Saw Mill Canyon (Ajo Mountains, Arizona?), Estancia (New Mexico), Martin's Ranch (Cerro Colorado), San...

 
Rancho Corte Madera del Presidio papers concerning title.

Includes abstract of title (incomplete) and correspondence.

 
Rancho de la Nacion Collection

This collection contains documents pertaining to the ownership of Rancho de la Nacion in the second half of the nineteenth century. These include land petitions and grants, deeds, land surveys, mortgages, property taxes, and maps.

 
Rancho de Los Alamos broadside, 1888

Auction broadside, "Grand Auction Sale at Los Alamos, the chief town in the northern part of Santa Barbara County…," by Easton, Eldridge & Co., 1888. Includes map of the subdivision. Oversize, map cabinet 20/6. Alpha list.

 
Rancho de los Americanos espediente, no. 389 : Promovido por Don Guillermo A. Leidesdorff en prebencio del terreno conocido con el nombre del Rio de los Americanos : ms., 1849.

Docket (originally dated August 29, 1844-October 8, 1845) concerning William Alexander Leidesdorff's request for land adjoining John Augustus Sutter's Neuvo Helvetia. Contemporary copy and translation by W.E.P. Hartnell. Includes diseno.

 
Rancho de Matapajaros sale documents : Santiago Tlacotepec, Mexico, 1733 Dec. 12.

Manuscript legal documents concerning the sale of the Rancho de Matapajaros, located in [Santiago] Tlacotepec in the province of Metepec, Mexico, by the son of a Spanish agriculturalist, Phelipe de la.Cruz Manjarres de Metepec, to some Indians for the price...

 
Rancho La Ballona Map

This collection consists of a map hand-drawn in 1876 on linen cloth of Rancho La Ballona, which covered present-day Venice, Culver City, and West Los Angeles. In the 1820s, Agustín and Ygnacio Machado settled this area, which served as...

 
Rancho Life in California photographs, circa 1950-1970

20 black and white photographs, with captions, of various activities including cattle herding, plowing, and hide tanning. Apparently historical recreations, ca. 1950s-1970s, which were photographed and distributed to institutions such as the Ventura Schools Visual Aids Department, which is where...

 
Rancho Los Amigos Hospital records

The Rancho Los Amigos Hospital began in the late 1880's as the Los Angeles County Poor Farm. For over a century, the Rancho's mission has evolved, first as a hospital for indigents and then as a center for rehabilitation for...

 
Rancho San Luis Rey Collection

The collection documents Cooper's early life horse breeding and racing, ranching, commerce, land development, and politics.  Because of the breadth of the collection, it has been organized alphabetically by subject, person, or correspondent with inclusive dates listed. Users should be...

 
Rancho San Pedro Collection

This collection contains legal and business papers related to the Rancho San Pedro and to its owners, the Dominguez family. The Spanish crown gave the Southern California lands of the Rancho San Pedro to Juan Jose Dominguez in 1784,...

 
Rancho San Pedro documents

Typescript abstract of title for the Rancho San Pedro, consisting of copies of documents related to the property, dated 1805 to 1854.

 
Rancho San Pedro Reference Collection

This collection includes correspondence, brochures, newsclippings, papers, and copies of historical documents related to the Rancho San Pedro. Subjects include the Dominguez Adobe and Claretian Seminary, families descended from the Dominguez sisters, companies owned by these descendants, and the...

 
Rancho San Rafael diseño y otros papeles : ms., [undated]

Sketch map (negative and positive photostats) of the Rancho San Rafael in the Altar Valley of Sonora, on a former gold-mining site; overlay tracing by Robert H. Becker; letter of presentation from Jacob N. Bowman (Berkeley, Calif., March 31, 1958);...

 
Rand Corporation Reports

Relates to the organization, operations, motivation, and morale of Viet Cong and North Vietnamese troops, 1964-1968, based on 2400 interviews with Vietnamese

 
Rand (Robert Wheeler) Collection.

A collection of documents, publications, 35 mm and glass slides, and films chronicling Dr. Robert Rand's career as clinical neurosurgeon, researcher into innovative techniques of cancer treatments and microsurgery, and entrepreneur of medical equipment. Textual coverage of his extensive publications...

 
Rand (William W.) Papers

Papers of William Whitehill Rand (1902-1988), geologist, engineer, and petroleum prospector. The collection includes documents, maps and some artifacts related to Rand's career in geology, marine engineering, and the oil industry. The maps are scientific and some include offshore sounding...

 
Randal F. Dickey, Jr. Sierra Club papers, 1949-1964.

Papers relating to Randal F. Dickey's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Randall (A. Frank) Photographs of Apache Indians

This disbound album contains studio and field photographs of Apache Indians taken by photographer A. Frank Randall 1883-1888, during the U.S. campaign to capture Apache renegades during the Apache Wars. The photographs have descriptive captions written by Randall, most identifying...

 
Randall, B. G. Correspondence with Abner Doble Company, 1898.

Concerning a pump and other equipment and supplies for mine at Campo Seco, Calaveras Co., Calif.

 
Randall family. Papers relating to the Sarah Seaver Randall House : Olema Valley.

Relating to the nomination for the National Register of Historic Places of the Sarah Seaver Randall House in Olema Valley. Copies of photographs, information on the Randall family, etc., included.

 
Randall Henderson papers : photocopies, 1920-1982.

Contains the correspondence of Randall Henderson and the records of Desert Magazine, minutes and records of the Desert Protective Council, and information on the founding of Palm Desert, California.

 
Randall (William A) letters

Relates to social conditions in China and the Philippines. Letters written to a friend in the United States.

 
Randall, William Edgar Diary of a voyage from Boston to San Francisco on the ship Hannibal : and related materials : ms., 1849 Nov.22 - 1850 May 5.

Includes a few entries by his wife, Sarah Seaver Randall, and list of passengers in her handwriting. Miscellaneous accounts complete the volume. Typed transcript of the diary and biographical information on the Randall and Clifford families supplied by his granddaughter,...

 
Randolph, D. C. Letter from D. C. Randolph to S. D. Cabanip, Esq., 1859 March 5.

Holograph letter written by D. C. Randolph in Richmond to S. D. Cabanip in Huntsville about the arrival of Mrs. Harrison and the selling of Dolly, who is reported to be in good health.

 
Randolph family papers, 1836-1973 (bulk 1830-1904).

Contains correspondence of the Randolph family in Virginia and California, including Thomas Lyman Randolph, Samuel N. Jones, Elisabeth Randolph Simonson, Daniel Lyman Randolph, Edward H. Simonson, Louisa Maria Randolph and Anne M. (Mathieu) Randolph, as well as other Randolph and...

 
Randolph (Julian F.) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Julian F. Randolph conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Describes his involvement in the San Francisco State Strike, the evolution of faculty unionism at San Francisco State University, his efforts on behalf of faculty rights as an...

 
Randolph Sevier papers, 1940-1963.

Documenting his career with Castle & Cooke, Ltd., and with Matson Navigation Company.

 
A random walk through turbulence theory, November 10, 1986 [sound recording.]

The collection consists of one 90 minute audiocassette tape presenting Edward A. Frieman's faculty lecture, "A Random Walk through Turbulence Theory" presented at Sumner Auditorium, Monday, November 10, 1986

 
Randy Collins Enterprises records

Mail orders, correspondence, financial records, advertisements and other records from Randy Collins Enterprises, 1988-1992, a gay erotic video mail order company based in San Francisco, California.

 
Rank (Kenneth) - New Idria Mines Collection

Correspondence, notes from interviews, foreman`s notebook, geology and production reports, annual reports, microfilm of Congressional reports....

 
Rank v. Krug Collection

The Rank v. Krug collection measures 9 linear feet and consists of eleven series; Case documents, Clippings, Indentures, Interior Department and Congressional documents, Publications, reports and statistics, Related cases, Water applications, protests and complaints, Water districts, Miscellaneous, Maps and Photographs....

 
Rankin family genealogy.

Genealogy charts and citation lists for the Rankin family and other related families.

 
Rankin (James) Sons Records

Born in May 1851, James Rankin immigrated to the United States from Scotland when in his teens. He first found employment and learned the trade of plumbing from his uncle, Mr. Dalziel of Oakland. He continued to work with his...

 
Rankin (Pauline Jordan) memorabilia

French helmet, German belt buckle, pin, cigarette lighter, and five decorations (medals, ribbons, and citation) given to P. J. Rankin by the French War Ministry in 1917. Includes two American posters from World War II.

 
Ransome (Amy C.) collection on Women's Suffrage

The Amy C. Ransome collection contains material related to women's suffrage from 1884-1949. There is a large amount of correspondence and printed material connected with Sarah Ware Whitney, editor of the Women's Standard in Waterloo, Iowa. In addition, there is...

 
Ransome (Arthur) Collection

The Arthur Ransome Collections consists of books written by Mr. Ransome, the noted British children’s author, and books that formed part of his personal library.

 
Ranson (Rebecca) Papers

Materials, 1987-1996, relating to the life and work of Lesbian playwright Rebecca Ranson, including scripts of three of her plays (circa 1987-1989), a copy of (1996), a book of interviews and stories by residents of single room occupancy (SRO) dwellings,...

 
Rantz family papers

Correspondence with and about Ivy Litvinov, clippings, and photographs, relating to Ivy Litvinov, literature, Basic English, and personal affairs. Includes a letter by Joseph Freeman.

 
Ranzow Engelhardt (Poul) memoir

Relates to the German occupation of Denmark during World War II and to the formation of the Viking Division of Scandinavian and Dutch volunteers within the Waffen-SS to fight against the Soviet Army.

 
Raoul-Duval (Michael) Papers, White House Central Files, 1973-1974

Michael Raoul-Duval was a Staff Assistant to the President (scheduling trips and planning President Nixon’s foreign trips); consultant on detail to the Inaugural Committee; Aide to HUD Secretary Lynn in his role as Counselor to the President for Community Development;...

 
Raousset-Boulbon (Gaston R., comte de) Papers

A collection of carbon copies of transcripts in Spanish from the Mexican archives used in research for the book ...

 
Raphael M. Robinson papers, circa 1940-1995.

Chiefly consists of Robinson's mathematical notes and writings in the areas of set and number theory, complex analysis, geometry, and combinatorics, with some correspondence. Includes his writings on the tiling of the plane.

 
Raphael (Max) Papers

Modernist art historian, born in Poland (1889), died in the United States (1952). Papers contain approximately 6 linear feet of manuscripts (many unpublished) on philosophy, artists and art (ancient, medieval and modern), the sociology of art, architects and architecture,...

 
Raphael Weill papers and photographs, 1880-1964.

Collection consists mostly of photographs relating to Raphael Weill's businesss as well as his family, friends, and acquaintances. Among the photographs are portraits of the following: Edgar Meyer, Judge Morrow, Sigmund Steinhart, John French Sloan, Edward Robert Taylor, Daniel J....

 
Rapoport (Henry) Papers

The Henry Rapoport Papers, 1936-2003, consist of correspondence, writings, reports, and research materials spanning Rapoport's distinguished career in organic chemistry from the 1940s to his death in 2002. The bulk of the collection includes correspondence and reports generated by Rapoport...

 
Rapoport, Henry. Photographs from the Henry Rapoport papers [graphic].

Includes photographs taken of Rapoport throughout his career. Also depicts many of Rapoport's colleagues in the University of California, Berkeley Department of Chemistry, as well as some of his students.

 
Rappaport (Roy) Papers

Papers of Roy A. Rappaport, an ethnographic anthropologist whose area of specialization was the religious ritual of the Tsembaga people of the Maring speaking region in Papua New Guinea. The Rappaport Papers represent the research and materials generated from his...

 
Rapport sur l'activite politique de la francmaconnerie typescript

Relates to the history of Freemasonry in France and the world, and the relationship of Freemasonry to pacifism, communism, the Spanish Civil War, and World War II.

 
Rare Books Collection

The Rare Book Collection consists of books, pamphlets, periodicals and manuscripts from the 15th to 20th century.

 
Rare photographs of old San Francisco [graphic].

vol.1. ca. 1875-ca. 1906, general views of San Francisco, street scenes, individual buildings, Woodwards Gardens, Golden Gate Park, Chinatown, etc. -- vol.2. ca. 1860's-1907 general views, street scenes, mansions, Chinatown, businesses, etc. "Selleck's Photographic Gallery" sign appears in one of...

 
Raskol'nikov (Fedor Fedorovich) letter

Relates to political purges in the Soviet Union.

 
Rasputin (Grigorii Efimovich) note

Includes explanatory letter by Peter S. Soudakoff, 1966, and an affidavit copy certifying the authenticity of Rasputin's handwriting.

 
The Ratcliff Architects : in Berkeley since 1909 : oral history transcript / 1989.

Ratcliff discusses the architectural practice and principled philosophy of his father, Walter H. Ratcliff, exploring the relationship of the first two generations of Ratcliff architects to Bay Region architects such as Maybeck and Wurster. They discuss social planning, growth, and...

Rathbun (Harry J.) Lecture Audio Recording

One audio reel from a lecture in The Sequoia Seminar series on "Realizing Our Highest Potentialities" given at the Palo Alto Library, 1955.

 
Rather (Lois) papers

Papers of Lois Rather, printer, writer, and proprietor, along with her husband Clif Rather, of the Oakland, California-based Rather Press.

 
Rather Press Collection

The Rather Press collection measures 1 linear foot and dates from 1968 to 1996. The bibliographies list everything published by The Rather Press in chronological order, regardless of format. The first bibliography, covering the years 1968 to 1978, is extensively...

 
Rathvon (Nathaniel Peter) letters

Letters, 1923-1945, from William H. Donald, Australian journalist and adviser to Chiang Kai-shek and other Chinese officials, 1903-1942, relating to historical and political events in China, and letters from Earl Albert Selle, 1946-1947, relating to the preparation of his book...

 
Ratliff (Patty) collection

Photographs, printed matter, and miscellany, depicting political, social, and economic conditions in the Soviet Union.

 
Ratliff (Therese Tag) scrapbook

This scrapbook largely documents student life at Stanford from 1909-1911, with a few items pertaining to summer activities. Included are letters, clippings, receipts, tickets, notes, postcards, photographs, programs, class registration cards, dance cards, calling cards, a few completed essay tests,...

 
Ratliff (William E.) Papers

Writings, correspondence, sound recordings of interviews, reports, memoranda, legal proceedings, internal bulletins, opinion polls, printed matter, and photographs, relating to communism in Latin America; political and economic conditions, and especially laissez-faire economics, in Argentina, elsewhere in Latin America, and Hong...

 
Rattlesnake Creek Water Co. bond and warrants, 1890-1920.

Six per cent mortgage bond (blank), 1890; with 60 semi-annual interest warrants, 1891-1920.

 
Ratzenhofer (Emil) study

Relates to mobilization, transportation, and concentration of troops in Austria-Hungary in 1914. Includes translation.

 
Raub (Henry) Collection

Photograph prints and negatives primarily of Whittier, California, along with other Southern California views. Most of the photographs are attributed to photographer Allan W. Ramsey. ca. 1900-1920.

 
Raubitschek (Antony E) Papers

This collection pertains to Raubitschek’s interest in Greek ostraka and the historical knowledge generated from their study; included in the collection are his historiography notes, correspondence, lists of ostraka, and photographs of ostraka. Correspondents include Eugene Vanderpool, C. W. J....

 
Rauch (Laura) photographs

Photographs depicting American military activities in Afghanistan and Iraq.

 
Raum (Hermann) photo collages

Satirical collages relating to West German and world politics

 
Raun Family Photograph Album of California Scenes

Snapshots or amateur views including San Francisco's Cliff House and Golden Gate Park, Monterey, Sacramento, Mt. Tamalpais, Sausalito, the Mokelumne River, and the Del Ray [sic] mine. Also present is a view of the tombstone of Eduard Theodor and Charlotta...

 
Raut (Georges) papers

Writings, correspondence, diaries, notes, serial issues, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to Romanian participation in the two world wars, Romanian diplomacy and political conditions, the International Labour Organisation, Romanian émigré activities in France, Romanian culture, and the Romanian Orthodox...

 
Ravdin (Boris) collection, 1941-1994

Reports, memoranda, and police files, relating to secret police activities and political dissidents in Latvia. Photocopy.

 
Rave promotional ephemera from the San Francisco Bay Area [graphic].

Handbills and promotional fliers promoting rave parties and nightclub events, chiefly in the San Francisco Bay Area. A few events in Portland, Oregon, in London (U.K.), and other cities are also represented. Most are colorfully illustrated with visual references to...

 
Raveling (Dennis G.) Papers

Dennis G. Raveling served as Professor of Wildlife and Fisheries Biology at the University of California, Davis from 1971-1991. The collection contains files from Raveling's Canada Goose Study in Manitoba and Rochester, Minnesota, his research data files, as well as...

 
Ravell, Charles Henry. Photographs from Mexico [graphic] /

Primarily views of buildings and street scenes from Cuernavaca, Xochimilco, and other Mexican locations. Two appear to be San Francisco, Calif. views.

 
Raven Grey Eagle Collection

Materials related to the life and career of Western actor Raven Grey Eagle, a.k.a. Andy Florio.

 
Ravenholt (R. T.) writings

Relates to fertility trends throughout the world, controversy regarding birth control policy, and tobacco use as a cause of mortality.

 
Ravila (Paavo) typescript : Finnland : wie es ist und wie es wurde

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

 
Ravitch (Diane) Papers

The Diane Ravitch papers consist of speeches and writings, correspondence, printed matter, reports, and studies relating to education in the United States. She is a professor, prolific writer, and an advocate of improvements in American education. Collection includes research materials...

 
Rawn (A.M.) Papers

A.M. Rawn (1888-1968) worked for the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts. He was promoted to chief engineer and general manager of the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts (1941), and later appointed to California State Water Pollution Board (chairman, 1953-61). The...

 
Raworth (Tom) Poetry manuscripts

Signed typescripts.....

 
Ray A. Billington correspondence, 1958-1966

Six letters (TLS) from historian Billington to Wilbur Jacobs, Professor of History at UCSB, re history conferences, talks, historians, and personal matters. Gift of Wilbur Jacobs. Alpha list.

 
Ray and Garstang collection of bound tearsheets from architecture and art publications

The Ray and Garstang collection of bound tearsheets from architecture and art publications span 16 linear feet and date from circa 1897 to circa 1935. The collection is composed of tearsheets from various art and architecture publications, such as, ,...

 
Ray and Turner School (Lodi, Calif.) Registers

The Ray and Turner School Registers includes original records kept by teachers in two elementary schools located in Elkhorn Township, San Joaquin County, northwest of Lodi, California. The registers list students, their attendance records, and their grades. They also elaborate...

 
Ray B. Lyon collection, circa 1953

(Judge). Correspondence, clipping and three typescript essays re deer in California, one entitled "Deer of Santa Barbara," ca. 1953. Alpha list.

 
Ray Boynton dance collection [graphic].

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
Ray Bradbury correspondence, 1974-1975

Seven letters (TLS) and one letter (ALS) from Bradbury to UCSB librarians, re his Corle lecture and its publication in the Library's Soundings, 1974-1975; also two letters (TLS) to Bradbury re the Soundings article, 1975. Alpha list.

 
Ray Bradbury correspondence, 1976

One letter (TLS) to Matthew J. Bruccoli and one letter (TLS) from Bruccoli, with typescript response by Ray Bradbury, 1976, re publication of Bradbury's Moby Dick screenplay and rights issues involving John Huston. Alpha list.

 
Ray Colvig papers, 1948-1994.

Includes correspondence, writings, and research materials relating to Colvig's publications.

 
Ray (Dixy L.) Papers

Correspondence, speeches, reports, studies, printed matter, audiovisual material, and memorabilia, relating primarily to nuclear energy in the United States, and to Washington state politics.

 
Ray Hammond and Grace Misener Peru photograph albums, 1932-1940

Two albums with more than 200 black and white snapshots, many with captions in English, most in and around Casapalca (known for its silver and zinc mines) where Ray apparently worked for a mining concern. Includes many images of family,...

 
Ray Jones papers, [ca. 1920s-1970s]

Contains Jones' writings, including manuscripts of his essays and poems, and newspaper clippings of his articles. Of note is correspondence from the 1920s to 1950s with anarchists in China, including Lu Chien Bo and Ba Jin, a well known writer...

 
Ray L. Skofield telegram, 1929 June 27

Telegram to H. L. Hitchcock of Santa Barbara, the first plane-to-ground commercial radio message, June 27 , 1929, together with a Santa Barbara News-Press article detailing the story, Feb. 2 , 1958. Alpha list.

 
Ray (Martin and Eleanor) Papers

Correspondence, manuscripts, business files, clippings, public relations files, subject files relating to Quality Control, grape varieties and vintages, and legal files (including litigation documents).

 
Ray (Milton S.) papers

The Milton S. Ray papers collection consists primarily of field books and specimen records of ornithological field work and collecting done throughout the Western United States, as well as other areas of North America, between the years 1889 and 1946....

 
Ray (Philip Alexander) mimeograph

Relates to political and economic conditions in Mexico, the Mexican communist movement, and prospects for communism in Mexico.

 
Ray (Robert J.) Papers

This collection contains published and unpublished manuscripts of works by author Robert J. Ray.

 
Ray S. Feder autograph collection.

Letters, cards and fragments with the signatures of politicians, actresses, well-known personalities such as William McKinley, William Jennings Bryan, Jules Verne, C.P. Huntington, and Nellie Melba.

 
Ray Sherwin Sierra Club papers, 1963-1979.

Papers relating to Ray Sherwin's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Raya (George) Papers

Correspondence, promotional material, clippings, California legislature bills, financial records, and photographs documenting the lobbying efforts of George Raya, bulk 1975-1979. Raya lobbied the California State Legislature regarding the consensual sex (AB 489) and employment discrimination (AB 633) bills and was...

 
Raye (Martha) papers

The Martha Raye papers span the years 1916-2000 (bulk 1936-1992) and encompass approximately 58 linear feet. Raye's film career is primarily documented through clippings, with some correspondence, reviews, and publicity material. There is script material for unproduced films from the...

 
Raymond A. Stephanak correspondence, 1944, 1981

Five letters (ALS and TLS) , 1944, from Raymong A. Stephanak, former proof-reader at Conde Nast, to Irving Rigby, re his World War II experiences in the Pacific theater, mainly New Guinea, along with examples of Japanese currency and a...

 
Raymond Granite Company, Raymond, Fresno County, Calif., photographic views [graphic]

Views of quarry, stone cutting and transportation, and of buildings built with Raymond granite.

 
Raymond James Sontag papers, 1960-1972.

Correspondence, course notes, subject files, reviews, and writings as professor of History at The University of California, Berkeley.

 
Raymond (John Marshall) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, press releases, and minutes, relating to administration of justice in the American occupation zone in Germany, and to the Nuremberg war crime trials.

 
Raymond P. Barry papers, ca. 1942-1973.

Include his annotated bibliography of housing, relief and health care for migratory farm labor in California, (1866-1939); scrapbooks of clippings on migratory farm labor in California, (1942-1973); and notes.

 
Raymond, Stella Johnson Letters to Homer C. Votaw, 1954-1955.

Relate to history of Raymond, Washington, and to the shipwreck of the Robert Bruce; with clippings, photographs of her husband, Leslie V. Raymond, and a few notes relating to Raymond and Pacific County Washington, by H.C. Votaw.

 
Raymond Thayer Birge correspondence relating to Oppenheimer hearings, circa 1928-1954.

Correspondence regarding the Oppenheimer hearings, 1954; letters from Oppenheimer to the Department of Physics regarding teaching appointment; clippings and published articles on Oppenheimer hearings.

 
Raymond (Thoreau) typescript

Relates to debates in the United States from 1912 to 1914 over the question of repealing exemption of coastwise American shipping from Panama Canal tolls.

 
Raymond Wallace travel journals, 1935 July-1936 January.

Contains a journal kept by Raymond Wallace in two notebooks of his hitchhiking trip around the western half of the United States from July to September, 1935 (forty pages of the first notebook are Wallace's notes from a chemistry course...

 
Raynaud (Captain A. F.) documents regarding C.A. Thayer (built 1895; lumber schooner, 3m) and Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner)

Captain A. F. Raynaud documents regarding C.A. Thayer (built 1895; lumber schooner, 3m) and Wapama (built 1915; steam schooner) (SAFR 18491, HDC 193) concerns the restoration of these two vessels, the latter known as TONGASS. The materials date from 1957...

 
Raynaud (Captain A.F.) papers

Captain A.F. Raynaud papers (SAFR 17394, HDC 261) consists of the following items: one page of an article "Home From The Sea" by Bob and Jan Young about the new State maritime monument at Hyde Street pier; a letter dated...

 
Rayner Wickersham Kelsey papers, 1908-1916.

Correspondence, chiefly with Alfred Otis Larkin and Sampson Tams, and notes concerning Thomas Oliver Larkin and the Larkin Family. Data obtained from Samuel Hopkins Willey is included. With the above: Extract from a letter, July 5, 1846, from Captain Blake,...

 
Raynesford, Howard C. Papers, 19--.

Early manuscript draft of a book Raynesford co-authored with Wayne C. Lee, Trails of the Smokey Hill: from Coronado to the cowtowns (1980).

 
Raynor, Jesse and Carrie Schonheit (Papers), 1907-1925

This collection contains four manuscripts, including a dictionary and ethnography of the Kikuyu, hundreds of images and slides, East African missionary pamphlets and various papers relating to the life of Jesse and Carrie Raynor who were missionaries in Kenya with...

 
Rayski (Ludomil) papers

Writings, correspondence, and photographs, relating to the Polish air force from World War I to World War II. Includes studies by Waclaw Subotkin and Jerzy Wypiórkiewicz relating to Rayski

 
Raysor Family Papers, 1900s-1980s.

The collection contains academic writings, research files, correspondence, and related of Thomas M. Raysor (Coleridge/Wordsworth/Shakespeare scholar; Harvard grad; University of Nebraska faculty) and family correspondence, mainly to Ellen Devereux Koopman Raysor (wife of Thomas; Radcliffe grad), some 1930s and WWII...

 
Raytheon Company Electronics Industry Files

The collection consists of files that Raytheon's Semiconductor Division kept to monitor both the progress of their competitors and trends in the electronics industry. The original organization of the files has been largely reproduced here. Gaps in the numerical filing...

 
Razon ... para celebrar honras al ... S[eñ]or D[o]n Joseph de Torres, y Vergara Arcediano ... de esta S[an]ta Yglesia de Mexico ... y Fundador ... de d[i]cho Convento [de San José de Gracia de Querétaro ... : Mexico City : ms., 1727.

Account of the career and benefactions of José de Torres y Vergara, Archdean of Mexico City Cathedral, founder of the Capuchin Convent of San José de Gracia in Querétaro, Inquisition and Holy Crusade dignitary, and University Chancellor. Written at the...

 
RCA Short Wave Radio Station records : Bolinas, 1927-1962.

Log books, reports, budget data, correspondence, legal agreements, blueprints, photographs, etc. regarding the operations and equipment of the Radio Corporation of America's short wave radio station at Bolinas, California. The oversize rolls consist of three blueprints of the station.

 
Rea (Charles, Dr.) Papers

Collection consists of photographs, correspondence, memorabilia, and a scrapbook related to World War II....

 
Read, Benjamin M. (Benjamin Maurice) Papers relating to the history of New Mexico, 1634-1921.

Original documents on New Mexico, and several family collections, especially the papers of Manuel Alvarez, 1830-1862, reflecting his life as a fur trader, Santa Fe merchant, and U.S. consul, and papers of the Donaciano Vigil family, 1850-1898, long active in...

 
Read (Kenneth E.) Papers

The papers of anthropologist and professor Kenneth E. Read contain typescript articles and essays based on his field work in Papua New Guinea in the 1940s - 1950s, as well as 1981-1982. Also included are three papers written by patrol...

 
Read, William Miles Photographs from the William Miles Read papers [graphic]

Photographs show views of facilites related to the Eberhardt and Aurora Mining Co. including the Eberhardt mine tunnel entrance, the Eberhardt Mill, transportation of logs by horses, etc. Other views show the hotel at Hamilton, Nev., a general view of...

 
Reading family papers, 1841-1868.

Letters written to or about Pierson Barton Reading, mainly by members of the family, including letters from Richard Bland Lee and Fannie (Washington) Reading (one describing her voyage to San Francisco in 1856 from New York via Panama); letter, 1844,...

 
Reading (Pearson B.) Collection

Correspondence, family history, California Battalion accounts and correspondence, and grant and ranch materials....

 
Reading (Pierson Barton) Diaries

This folder contains: 1) a bound photostatic copy of the original diary kept by Pierson Barton Reading on his overland journey from St Louis, Mo to Monterey, CA from May 15, 1843 to December 20, 1843. The original of that...

 
Ready (Lester S.) Papers

Unpublished reports pertaining to water power and water supply in California, compiled by Lester S. Ready, former chief engineer of the State Railroad Commission and consulting engineer....

 
Reagan (Ronald) Radio Commentary Sound Recordings

This collection contains sound recordings, transcripts, correspondence, and other documents related to the radio broadcast series and as well as the LP records (aborted) and . O'Connor Creative Services produced both the radio series and the LPs. A variety of...

 
Reagan (Ronald) Subject Collection

Books, clippings, news summaries, other printed matter, lists, indexes, memorabilia, sound recordings, video tapes, and miscellany, relating to the career of Ronald Reagan, his electoral campaigns for governor of California and president of the United States, and his gubernatorial and...

 
Reagh (Patrick) Printers Papers

The collection of Patrick Reagh's Press consists of ephemera, page and galley proofs, printing plates, and various items relating to printing. The collection is contained in 90 boxes. Filed in folders, the archive contains the paperwork concerning the production of...

 
Real Caja account books : DS, 1622-1738.

Accounts for the Guadalajara branch of the Royal Treasury, covering the periods April 1622-March 1623, 1714, and 1738; arranged in sections corresponding to treasury activities, and chronologically within sections. Each with table of contents, and signatures of treasury officials.

 
Real Cedula, Dirijida al Padre Custodio Fray Esteban de Perea

This file contains a typed copy of a manuscript "Traslado de Real Cedula, dirijida al Padre Custadio Fray Esteban de Perea, 1621" and two pieces of correspondence from 1902 regarding the manuscript.

 
Real Hacienda certificados : Mexico City : DS, 1791 Feb. 19 and June 17.

Two certificates for money received from the treasury at Guadalajara, signed by Juan Antonio López de la Paliza, José María Martínez del Campo, and Ramón Gutiérrez del Mazo.

 
Reale (Eugenio) papers

Writings, speeches, interview transcripts, letters, biographical sketches, photographs, and clippings, relating to the founding of the Communist Information Bureau in 1947, activities of the Partito Comunista Italiano, aspects of Italian foreign relations, and socialist political activities in Italy. Includes letters...

 
Reales cédulas, 1575-1677.

Copies of royal decrees relating to the Philippines.

 
Realia Collection (University of California, Irvine)

This collection contains three-dimensional objects that are associated with, or that represent, University of California, Irvine. Included is the site dedication plaque.

 
Realty Syndicate Company records, circa 1865-1945.

Deeds, survey descriptions, and company board of director meeting minutes.

 
Ream (James) Records, 1965-1997

This collection, which spans the years 1965-1997, consists of drawings, photographs, slides, professional papers, articles, press releases, and tear sheets relating to the architectural career of James Ream. It includes work that he did when he was with the firm...

 
Ream (Renee) Collection

Materials in this collection were collected by members of the John and Renee Ream family. The collection is comprised of diaries, memoirs, DVDs and interview transcripts of American civilians interned by the Japanese during their occupation of the Philippines in...

 
Reams (David W.) Papers

David Wayne Reams (1917-1948) served in the U.S. Navy. The collection consists of papers related to Reams's service in the Navy including a scrapbook, U.S. Navy records, discharge papers, pins, photographs, and memorabilia.

 
Reaper Records

Records pertain to the editorial process of THE REAPER, its production, finiancial management, and other miscellaneous business, as well as the literary interests and opinions of its editors and contributing authors. Included is correspondence between the poetry editors Mark Jarman...

 
[Reapportionment of California's legislative and congressional districts after the 1990 census : newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Reay (Donald and Sylvia) Collection

The Donald and Sylvia Reay Collection spans the years 1938 to 1999, and includes the Reays' personal papers, records from private practice and professional careers, and materials generated by the firms DeMars & Reay, Reay Associates, and Reay-Tsuruta Associates. The...

 
Rebecca Solnit collection of punk ephemera, [ca. 1977-1984].

Contains pamphlets, periodicals, posters and articles relating to Punk Culture.

 
Rebuild LA Collection

The Rebuild LA Collection contains the administrative and organizational records of Rebuild LA, the most important response to the Los Angeles riots of 1992. The collection spans the entire life of the organzation from its beginning in 1992 to its...

 
Rebull (Josep) writings

Theses and resolutions, 1937-1939, and summary of interview conducted by Agustín Guillamón and written responses to questions posed by A. Guillamón, 1985, relating to political activities and positions of the Partido Obrero de Unificación Marxista during the Spanish Civil War...

 
Recüeil de pieces, 1694-1721.

Collection of 7 printed pamphlets and 8 manuscripts on astronomy, physics, optics, wine and fermentation, and other scientific topics.

 
Receipt from Confederate States of America Quartermaster's Office signed by W. L. Miley, 1864 August 22.

Photocopy of printed receipt on official stationery of the Confederate States of America, Quartermaster General's Department signed by W. L. Miley, Major and Quartermaster for the Quartermaster General, with holograph note and "W. N. Norwood...Frederick's Hall, Virginia" at bottom. Receipt...

 
Receipt from Office of Lloyd's American R. R. Weekly, 1865 Sept. 12.

Office of Lloyd's American R. R. Weekly receipt, signed for J. T. Lloyd by W. M. Walker, indicating that money was received from Mr. Samuel Breese in advance for a copy of Lloyd's Farmer's, Railroad, Telegraph and Express Map of...

 
Receipt of L. Woolmer : and related material : ms., 1801.

Concerns the purchase or repair of footware. Also includes an engraving of Drew by R. Hicks from a painting by J. Moore.

 
Receipt received of Captain G. A. Pierce, Assistant Quartermaster U. S. Army, 1865 June 29.

Two copies of a holograph receipt written on official stationery of the Transportation Department, Mississippi River, Assistant Quartermaster's Office. The receipt is identified as Book F No. 124 and is received of Captain G. A. Pierce, Assistant Quartermaster U.S. Army,...

 
Receipted bill to A.L. Ott : DS, 1891 June 26.

Ott lived in Berkeley in 1891 according to the billing address.

 
Receipts : DS : San Francisco, 1870 June - September.

Receipts and related account records for various materials (food stuffs, coal, hardware) and services provided by numerous San Francisco firms.

 
Receipts for supplies and fees : San Francisco, 1851-1853.

Receipts for potatoes (from Sim & Co. and Flint, Peabody, & Co.), for various metal goods (from Ackley & Co.), and for fees paid to the U.S. Custom House, San Francisco.

 
Rechtin (E.) miscellaneous papers

American engineer; director, Advanced Research Projects Agency, United States Department of Defense, 1967-1970; principal deputy director of defense research and engineering, 1970-1971; assistant secretary of defense for telecommunications, 1972-1973.

 
Reclamation Board Records

This record group contains the administrative, legal, and financial records of the California State Reclamation Board established in 1911.

 
Reclamation District #551. Records.

Four bank ledgers (1893-1922) and four minutes books containing trustee board meeting minutes and financial reports to the district (1893-1945).

 
Reclamation District no. 551 (Calif.) Archives, 1893-1945.

Four bank ledgers (1893-1922) and four minutes books containing trustee board meeting minutes and financial reports to the district (1893-1945).

 
Recollection of Hubert Howe Bancroft and the Bancroft family : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1980.

V. 1 Comments on her brief career in motion pictures, 1912-1915; marriage to Griffing Bancroft in 1917; her father-in-law, Hubert H. Bancroft, and other members of the Bancroft family.

 
Recollections / 13 March 1984.

1.5 hour interview (not transcribed) regarding his studies at Chico State University and UC Berkeley, trying to get a job as a reporter, and being drafted at age 37 during World War II.

 
Recollections and reflections on a career : ms., 1983.

Partial copy of an oral history interview conducted by John Donofrio and Mimi Stein for the Bank of America.

 
Recollections and reminiscences of life in the Bay Area from 1920 onward : oral history transcript / and related material, 1964-1969.

Education at Harvard and recollections of George Santayana, Josiah Royce and Charles T. Copeland; teaching career at University of California, Berkeley, from 1920, and administrative duties on library and budget committees, on President's advisory committee and as chairman of the...

 
Recollections of a pioneer : Green Valley, Sonoma Co., Calif. : ms., 1914.

Recollections of early days in the vicinity of Sebastopol.

 
Recollections of a singing shipbuilder : oral history transcript / 1992.

Van Hook discusses his Arkansas childhood; move to Richmond, 1943; Kaiser Shipyard worker, 1943-1945; Singing Shipbuilders gospel quartet, 1943-1946; postwar changes in Richmond; advice to younger generations.

 
Recollections of California during the Gold Rush, [ca. 1900]

First overland mail to California (in wagon train led by Col. Chiles, 1848); notes on early days in El Dorado Co.; James W. Marshall; sales and transfers to Sutter's Fort and Sutter's Mill; ferry on the American River.

 
Recollections of Ferry Point, Richmond, California : oral history transcript / 1985.

Recalls his family's relocation to California from Tupelo, Oklahoma in the early 1920s, the "Okie" stereotype, and his recollections of youth at Ferry Point.

 
Recollections of John Muir : oral history transcript / and related material, 1964-1971.

Interviews with John H. Briones, William E. Colby, Herbert M. Evans and Frank Swett conducted by John M. Jencks and Ernest Lowe for radio station KPFA, Berkeley, 1964. With these: correspondence relative to the interviews and transcribing them.

 
Recollections of Kiev and the northern Caucasus : oral history transcript / and related material, 1968-1971.

Recollections of early years in Jewish community in Kiev; interest in Russian revolutionary movement; experiences as member of Menshevik faction of Social Democratic Party during the revolution and civil war. Photographs inserted. Included also: brief biographical sketch and list of...

 
Recollections of Levi Strauss and Company : oral history transcript / and related material, 1971-1979.

Interviews with Milton Grunbaum, factory manager, and C.W. Lagoria, sales manager, of Levi Strauss and Company. Appended: clipping about the company from The New Yorker (Nov. 12, 1979).

 
Recollections of Mary A. Jones : Alamo, Contra Costa County : typescript, [ca. 1915]

Recollections of Mrs. John M. Jones of overland journey to California, 1846 with the Brown-Allen-Jones party; winter at the Chiles ranch; stay in San Jose; as settlers at Alamo.

 
Recollections of overland journey to California, 1849 : ms.S, [18--?]

Notes on journey from Massachusetts, via Independence, Fort Laramie, Salt Lake and the Carson River, to the Placerville area. Mention of conditions in the mines and San Francisco.

 
Recollections of Point San Pablo and San Francisco Bay : oral history transcript / 1985-1986.

Discusses Point Richmond in the 1920's; Capt. Raymond Clarke and the Richmond-San Rafael Ferry Co.; labor disputes; the black population and racial tensions; World War II changes; bay pollution; Thoman Crowley and the Crowley Maritime Corp.; California bar pilots; the...

 
Recollections of San Francisco printers : oral history transcript / and related material, 1966-1967.

Recollections of Edwin and Robert Grabhorn, John Henry Nash, John Swart, Bruce Brough, the Taylor brothers, Max Schmidt, Jr., and other members of the printing community; his printing career; various craftmen's clubs and their publications. Photographs inserted. Appended: photocopies of...

 
Recollections of the Grabhorn Press : oral history transcript / and related material, 1967-1968.

Early career in printing; move to San Francisco and establishment of the Grabhorn Press; printing anecdotes; views on other printers; collecting California and Japanese prints. Bound with this: Comments on Some Bay Area Fine Printers by Francis P. Farquhar (Apr....

 
Recollections of the Russian Revolution : oral history transcript / 1958-1960.

Participation in Russian revolutionary movement, 1900-1917; experiences during the revolution; emigration to the U.S. in 1921. Photographs inserted.

 
Recombinant DNA research at UCSF and commercial application at Genentech : oral history transcript / 2001.

Pennsylvania family background; education at St. Vincent College, University of Pittsburgh; postdoctoral research on restriction enzymes, Yale, 1963-1966; assistant professor to professor, University of California, San Francisco, 1966-1991; recombinant DNA research: collaboration with Stanley N. Cohen, biohazards controversy, development/diffusion of...

 
Reconstructed San Francisco several years after the earthquake and fire of 1906 [graphic]

Professionally photographed views of new civic, commercial, and residential buildings (completed and under construction), street scenes, public monuments, and leisure and recreation views in Golden Gate Park and at Ocean Beach,

 
Reconstruction and Reemployment Commission Records

The State Redevelopment and Reemployment Records consist of 29 cubic feet of material reflecting the activity of the Commission in the areas of research and fact finding, providing assistance to local leaders, and solving problems dealing with various social, economic,...

 
Reconstruction Era Railroad collection, circa 1866-1878

Letters and documents mainly relating to financial matters of the Mobile & Ohio, and the Louisiana & Missouri Railroad companies. .05 linear feet (1 folder).

 
Reconstruction Service Committee memorandum

Relates to the establishment of the United States Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Operations.

 
Record Auction Catalog Collection

78 rpm record auction catalogs, from dealers both foreign and domestic, dating roughly from the mid 20th century to the present.

 
Record book, 1930-1984

Record book kept by the club's first secretary, Eva F. Chan, and later, by Hon Chew Hee and Wahso Chan. Includes manuscripts of the club's constitution, lists of officers and members, and roll call and minutes of meetings from 1930...

 
Record book of the Royal Treasury in Mexico City : Mexico City : ms., 1807 (bulk 1658-1659).

Account book of the Royal Treasury, arranged according to types of income or outgo, such as ecclesiastical tithes, royal fifths, sales taxes, fees for episcopal appointments, revenue from monopolies, donations and fines; payments of salaries, payments to conquistadors, quicksilver payments,...

 
Record books, 1863 Nov.-1873.

Journal (sales ledger), November 1863-December 1865; daybook (expense journal), 1869, and ledger (general), 1871-1873. Includes, in general ledger, entries for California Pacific Railroad. Owners: J.W. Brickell, W.H. Krieger, Jeh. Jones, J.D. Hilton (see p. 130 of Journal).

 
Record of appointments of postmasters in Nevada, 1855-1930.

Original records in the National Archives, RG 28.

 
Record of claims against Mexico in 1839 and 1848.

Includes Claim No. 59, 1839, and Case No. 145, 1848. They concern claims made by American citizens against the Mexican government for seizure and deportation to Mexico from California.

 
Record of documents relating to claim to land called Flugge's Ranch, 1844-1857.

The Bancroft Library holds related collections of Thomas O. Larkin material: BANC MSS C-B 37-45 and C-E 1-25.

 
Record of growth for pavilion tree of Calaveras Grove and related materials : ms., 1865-1957.

A chart identifying the number of growth wings; a Stockton Record clipping of February 4, 1922 describing the tree, its history, and the chart; a note from the University of Arizona commenting that an error may exist in the commutation...

 
Record of Mormon missionary labors, 1916-1918

Record of Missionary Labors. Bound ledger, with diary of activities in England, 1916- 1918.

 
Record of sales of merchant broker firm : San Francisco (Calif.) : ms., 1851 Apr. 15-Dec. 12.

Includes names of clients, vessels, information on goods and prices.

 
Record of sermons preached : and other papers : 1872-1902.

Record of sermons preached, primarily in Stanislaus County, California, Jan. 1884-Apr. 1902, including information on text, date, place, number in congregation and comments on weather; at the end: record of funerals at Ione and Oakdale and of marriages at Ione.

 
Record of the Corso (Coso) Mining Distirct: County of Inyo, State of California from 1868-1872

This manuscript collection contains translations of mining claims made in the Coso Mining District of Inyo County from 1868-1872. Names of mines and their locations are listed here, as well as the names of the claim holders. Translated by Emilyn...

 
Record of vessels boarded by San Francisco Harbor Police : ms., 1876-1896 Jan.

Dated lists of ships, barks, etc., with national register, name of captain, latest port and length of voyage. Monthly summaries.

 
Record stamper collection, 1900-1950.

Stampers (metal parts) for HMV and Victor 78rpm issues.

 
Records collected by Thomas S. Deering

Records collected by Thomas S. Deering (SAFR 17248, HDC 331) consists of: one reproduction of a Marine note of protest to the consul of the United States dated June 28, 1889; Twenty-one reproduced pages of correspondence between the United States...

 
Records for the Betteravia Plant

Correspondence files and financial records.

 
Records in Civil Case no. 4125 : Martinez, Calif. : Ds.S, 1909-1917.

Case relating to complaint of air pollution from cement plant operating near Concord, California. Includes subpoenas, depositions, complaints etc. Signatures of various lawyers, sheriffs and judges.

The Records of an Unbroken Friendship but the Mortal Severance, 1907-1924

The Records of an Unbroken Friendship but the Mortal Severance album contains approximately 410 photographs apparently created as a memorial to Taizo Kato, a Japanese-American who died in 1924 at the age of 36. The album title implies that it...

 
The records of an unbroken friendship but the mortal severance [graphic]

Album apparently assembled after death of Taizo Kato in 1924. Contains photographs of Taizo, including one autographed self-portrait, family and friends, both in formal portraits and principally in informal pictures on various outings in the Los Angeles area. Panorama (dated...

 
Records of cash receipts for fandan games in various gambling houses, 1893-1912.

Records from Tai Chong, Chow Lee, Chong Lee, Sing Chow Lee and others (gambling houses).

 
Records of the Berkeley Review magazine, 1956-1958.

Manuscripts, mock-ups, galleys, and advertising orders for issues 1-3 of the literary magazine published in Berkeley. With these, a few unpublished mss.

 
Records of the California State Parks Council

Relating to the campaign for a comprehensive state park program. Included are copies of letters written by Newton B. Drury and staff, incoming correspondence, interoffice memoranda, minutes of meetings, press releases, articles prepared for newspapers and magazines, speeches and statements,...

 
Records of the journal Architectural Record.

Material primarily concerns architecture in the American West in the 1960's and 1970's.

Records of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Archives

The Los Angeles Philharmonic Archives contains programs, brochures, books, clippings, departmental records, recordings, photographs, films, and many other items pertaining to the institutional history of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association.

 
Records of the Mississippi Valley, Junction Bluff and North San Juan Mining Districts in Bridgeport Township : Nevada Co., Calif. : ms., [1852-1871]

Mainly copies of mining laws, abstracts from minutes of meetings at which recorders for the mining districts were elected, claim notices, bills of sale, deeds of conveyance, powers of attorney, etc. Included occasionally are copies of records of the justice...

 
Records of the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology

These papers consist of an extensive set of correspondence between Annie Montague Alexander and the directors of the museum between 1908 and 1949 and typescripts, manuscripts and notes for some of the publications issued as "Contributions from the Museum of...

 
Records pertaining to The history of music in San Francisco Series

Collection of archival materials pertaining to the published and unpublished volumes in the series....

 
Records relating to Dominicans in Baja California, 1822-1827.

Contemporary copies of documents relating to Domincans in Baja California and to their attempts to transfer a mission and establish a hospital in Pitic (Sonora) or in Tepic (Nayarit). Include letters and petitions from Fathers Tomás Ahumada, Domingo Barreda and...

 
Records relating to land in and around Gualala, Calif., 1860-1911.

Contains deeds, abstracts, indentures, agreements, U.S. land grants, records of taxes, and other transactions concerning property in Mendocino and Sonoma counties, along with related surveys, field notes, maps, and sketches. Records chiefly concern the acquisition of land by the Gualala...

 
Records relating to promotions of Portolá, Costansó, and Fages, 1770-1771.

Correspondence of Julián de Arriaga (Minister of the Indies), Viceroy de Croix, and Gaspar de Portolá, with supplementary documents, concerning promotions granted by the King to Portolá (from the rank of captain to that of lieutenant colonel), Miguel Costansó, and...

 
Records relating to Russians in Alaska, 1732-1796.

Journals, logbooks, and reports by Vitus J. Bering, A.I. Chirikov, Nikolai Golovnin, Sofron Khitrov, G.F. Müller, Grigorii Shelikov, Vice-Admiral Sanders, G.W. Steller, Sven Waxel, and Kharlam Yushin. From negative and positive photostats obtained in Leningrad for the University of Washington.

 
Records relating to the Rancho de San Pablo : DS,[1853-1861?]

Includes deed from Victor Castro to William H. Gray; and abstract of title to a portion of the Rancho (documents abstracted dated from 1852-1861).

 
Recreation and Youth Services Planning Council records

The Recreation and Youth Services Planning Council records consist of correspondence, memorandums, meeting minutes, and reports created and compiled by the Los Angeles Metropolitan Recreation and Youth Services Council from its formation in the late 1940s through the early 1970s...

 
Rector/Hirschman family correspondence, 1920-1986

The bulk of the collection consists of Rector-Hirschman family correspondence between 1920-1986. It also includes genealogical materials and family photos. There are also materials related to Mabel and Ted Hirschman, including correspondence and financial records.

 
Recuerdo del viaje a la costa del Pacifico, de los sres. viceprecidente y ministro de comunicaciones, con motivo de la inauguracion del tramo entre Acaponeta y la c. de Tepic, construído por el Ferrocarril Sur Pacífico de México, 1930.

In Spanish. Volume is a typescript in journal form, edited in pencil, of drafts of accounts and reports written in January and February, 1912, concerning the opening of a stretch of the Southern Pacific Railroad between the Mexican cities of...

 
Recuerdos del Perú

Photograph album, probably from 1871, containing 25 urban views of Lima, Peru, and 64 studio portraits of middle and upper class women of Lima by Eugenio Courret.

 
Recuerdos históricos y personales tocantes à la Alta California, 1769-1849 : ms., / Historia politica del pais, 1769-1848. Costumbres de los Californios. Apuntos biográficos de personas notables. Obsequio de autor á Hubert H. Bancroft,. 1875 10 de Abril.

Historical and personal account of Alta California, including political history, 1769-1848; social life and customs of the Californios; biographical information on notable persons.

 
Recuerdos revolucionarios : Mexico City : ms., 1940 Feb. 5.

Reminiscences concerning his revolutionary activities, 1906-1913, in Texas and Mexico on behalf of the Partido Liberal Mexicano, working with Ricardo Flores Magón.

Red Bird, Oklahoma Glass Plate Negatives

Group of 12 original glass plate negatives, depicting early views of homes, businesses and townspeople in the all black town of Red Bird, OK.

 
Red Cross Collection

This collection contains information on the American Red Cross and its San Diego Chapter regarding internal operations, fundraising, recruitment, and various public services.

 
Red Jordan Arobateau papers, 1970-2013.

Consists of correspondence, writings, publicity materials, interviews, VHS tapes, and miscellaneous personal ephemera concerning San Francisco Bay Area writer of lesbian erotica, Red Jordan Arobateau. Contains incoming and outgoing correspondence with friends, publishers, magazine editors, and noted individuals in the...

 
Red Jordan Arobateau pictorial collection [graphic].

Includes portraits of the author, color snapshots and reproductions of his paintings as posters and postcards, as well as snapshots of his partner Dalila Jasmin at home and attending events.

 
Red Myth : Motion Picture Film

Relates to the history of communism. Produced for television by KQED-TV, San Francisco, in cooperation with the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace.

 
Reddy (Helen) Musical Arrangements Collection

The collection consists of ozalid original scores and parts plus copies of arrangements used in Helen Reddy's television series and specials. Most arrangements are by Nelson Riddle.

 
Redefer (Frederick Lovatt) typescript

Interview transcript relating to the origins and activities of the Progressive Education Association. Interview conducted by James L. Hymes, Jr.

 
Redfern Mason papers, [ca. 1895-1939]

Correspondence with musicians and friends, personalia, notebooks and diaries, mss. of some of his writings, clippings.

 
Redlich (Fritz) correspondence

Correspondence, primarily with Wilhelm Gehlhoff, German economist, concerning conditions in German universities after World Wars I and II. Includes personal letters received by Annemarie Labes, sister of F. Redlich, 1947-1957

 
Redman of the World Ledger

Ledger contains records of Wigwam of Wyoming Tribe No. 49. Included are minutes, membership and dues and receipts.

 
Redpath (Kenneth V.) Papers

Kenneth V. Redpath was a charter member and secretary of the Los Angeles Driving Club, organized in 1899. The collection consists of photographs, clippings, and records of the Los Angeles Driving Club, programs of Los Angeles horse associations, and personal...

 
[Redrawing the Oakland City Council election districts : newspaper clippings].

Collected by staff of the Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Redwood District Council of Lumber and Sawmill Workers Collection

The Redwood District of Lumber and Sawmill Workers Collection consists of the office files of the Redwood District Council of Lumber and Sawmill Workers, an umbrella organization of industrially organized plywood, sawmill and logging local unions in Del Norte, Humboldt,...

 
Redwood Empire Association photographs [graphic].

Collection includes general views of towns and other locations along the Redwood Highway (southwestern Oregon and northwestern California). Views show rural areas, Indians, parks, recreation, farms, monuments, coastline, forests, buildings, roads, bridges, logging, special events, mines, rivers and lakes, and...

 
Redwood Empire Association records.

Minutes, correspondence, and reports of the association, its officers and committees, and subject files on association activities, legislation and governmental actions, highway development, publicity, film and photographic materials.

 
Redwood Empire Association records, [ca. 1929-1964]

Mainly records kept by Clyde Edmondson, the Association's first manager, including correspondence, memoranda, reports, programs, clippings and miscellaneous papers relating to the activities of the Assonciation and to redwoods, with letters by Edmundson, William J. Losh, George Christopher, Paul R....

 
 
Redwood Manufacturers Company Plant in Pittsburg, Calif., ca. 1915-ca. 1925

The Redwood Manufacturers Company Plant in Pittsburg, Calif. albums contain 274 photographic prints taken circa 1915 to circa 1925. The subject of the albums is the Redwood Manufacturers Co. (Remco), located in Pittsburg adjacent to the U.S. Steel Corporation. Both...

 
Redwood Manufacturers Company records.

Partial list of contents available.

 
Redwood Photograph, circa 1910s-1920s

One b/w 6 1/2" x 8 1/2" print of automobile and passengers driving through tunnel cut in tree, ca. 1910s- 1920s.

 
The redwood question: how much is enough? [graphic] : photographic slides of the California Forest Protective Association.

Slides for a presentation entitled: "The redwood question: how much is enough?" The presentation was used by Redwood lumbering companies in the conflict over an expansion of Redwood National Park.

 
Redwood trees [graphic] /

Items are captioned: "On 'The Avenue of the Giants' near Dyerville, California" and "Mill Creek Redwoods, near Crescent City, California"

 
[Redwoods and Giant Sequoias] [graphic]

Contains: No. 8 Redwood Trees, Santa Cruz Mtns. -- No. 9 Big Trees, Calaveras Grove [Calif.]

 
Reeb (George) Papers

Business papers, correspondence, legal papers, printed materials, Trustee of Hornitos records....

 
[Reebie consulting : transportation and logistics planning]

Reebie consulting -- Freight locator -- Transearch® -- Transportation costing services -- Rail operating mileages -- Barge costs -- Rail costs -- Truck costs -- LTL costs.

 
Reed (Alan) Papers

Alan Reed (1907-1977) performed on Broadway (1930s-40s), and appeared in more than 50 films, including and . He also played character roles on television, most notably, as the voice of cartoon character Fred Flintstone (1960-77). The collection consists of correspondence,...

 
Reed (Alan) Papers

Alan Reed was an American film, stage, and voice actor, best known as the original voice of Fred Flintstone on the show . The collection includes photographs of Reed assembled for his portfolio, correspondence from Fred Allen, newspaper clippings, short...

 
Reed (Alice C.) excerpts from letters

Relates to social conditions and Christian missionary work in China.

 
Reed and Ketcheson Family photographs,

The collection contains photographs of a Canadian family spanning multiple generations.

 
Reed (Dave) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Dave Reed conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Remembers boxing days, early 1930s; longshore work, 1933; witnessing S.F. police shooting workers during 1934 strike, being arrested for own union activity in 1934, meeting Henry Schmidt, Local 10...

Reed (George) Miscellaneous Views From the San Francisco Bay and Monterey Areas, California

The collection consists of an album of 42 black and white photographs taken by George Reed of Sausalito, California, probably in 1888. The album appears to be a family snapshot album. It includes views of the grounds and gardens as...

 
Reed (Howard A.) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, studies, notes, curricular material, conference papers and proceedings, and printed matter, relating to the promotion of international education in the United States; Middle Eastern area studies, and especially Turkish studies, in the United States; and activities of...

 
Reed (Irving McKenny) photograph collection

Depicts military airplanes, troop positions, and war damage in northern France during and immediately after World War I. Most photographs are aerial views.

 
Reed (James F.) Papers

Correspondence, legal papers, appointments, petitions for land timber, deeds, contracts, business and military papers....

 
Reed (James) Papers

The collection consists of reports and correspondence concerning the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge and some material dealing with Reed's earlier activities, such as his association with the Celite Company in Los Angeles, Public Works and management activities in...

 
Reed (Paul) Papers

Paul Reed was an author from San Francisco, California. Greatly influenced by the AIDS epidemic, his fiction focuses on the gay community from the 1980s through the 1990s. His published journals and other works of non-fiction record his fight with...

 
Reed Quicksilver Mine Collection

The Reed Quicksilver Mine was located in Yolo County, California. This small collection contains reports about the mine, several pieces of correspondence, as well as twenty-seven photographs of the mine property.

 
Reed (T. Palmer and Lewis F. ) Photographs of California and the West

The Reed Photographs include images of California and the West with photographs of Palm Springs, Yosemite, Owens Valley, San Gabriel Mountains, Lake Tahoe, Sequoia and King's Canyon National Parks. The collection contains two photo albums and 220 loose photographs.

 
Reed (Virginia Elizabeth) Letter Collection

This collection includes letters written by Virginia Elizabeth Reed, a member of the Donner Party, at age 12, as well as manuscripts written about her by George Wharton James and Frances Watkins. This collection also includes magazine articles and newspaper...

 
Reeme (Daniel E.) Diaries, 1863-1864

Three diaries mention Annapolis, Martinsburg, and Cumberland. Also included is a Bible carried by Reeme during the Civil War.

 
Reese (Elena) Stanford House Investigations Report

This report by Elena Reese includes historic background, research methodology, archaeological investigation, comparative house histories, conclusion, and references, and is illustrated with graphs and photographs.

 
Reeve (Henry, Mrs.) Papers

Christina Georgina Jane Reeve was the second wife of Henry Reeve (1813-95). Henry Reeve's position as editor of the allowed the Reeves to move in leading social, literary, and political circles of London and Paris of their time. The collection...

 
Reeve (Phyllis) and Alexander T. Vogelsang Correspondence

This file contains copies of letters between thirteen year-old Phyllis Reeve and Alexander T. Vogelsang, First Assisant Secretary of the Interior, regarding land ownership in Arizona. Letters were composed from August 7, 1920 to September 10, 1920. The originals are...

 
Reeves (John T.) Papers

The papers of John T. Reeves, M.D., professor emeritus of medicine, pediatrics and surgery in the School of Medicine at Colorado University. The papers document his medical and scientific contribution to high altitude, neonatal, and molecular and cellular pulmonary circulation...

 
Reference and rare books : oral history transcript : three decades at UC Berkeley's School of Librarianship, 1950-1981 / 2000.

Family background, education in North Dakota; doctoral study at the University of Illinois; postwar library studies a the University of Chicago graduate library school; head of reference at Chicago's Newberry Library, late 1940s; to UC Berkeley's School of Librarianship, 1950:...

 
Referencia : Luis Cabrera, 1915-1920.

Clippings of editorials from Mexican newspapers, most written under his pseudonym, Blas Urrea, relating to Mexican politics. With these: a few clippings about Cabrera.

 
Reffkin (David) Ragtime Machine Collection

The Ragtime Machine was a weekly one-hour radio program about ragtime music, produced and hosted by David Reffkin and broadcast on the University of San Francisco's station KUSF. The collection contains all programs from 1981 to 2007, as well as...

 
Reflections of a longtime black family in Richmond : oral history transcript / 1985.

The Williams' describe their family backgrounds, the racial climate in Richmond before and after World War II, their observations of the impact of the tremendous influx of people during the War years and changes in Richmond since then.

 
Reflections on legal practice and Jewish community leadership : New York and Los Angeles, 1907-1973 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1973-1974.

Discussion of his legal career in New York and, from 1929, in Los Angeles; the Los Angeles Jewish community; his philanthropic, educational and civic activities. With this (as v. 2): photocopy of his Autobiography (37 l.) commenting on his more...

 
Reflections on the Sierra Club, the environment and mountaineering, 1950s-1970s : transcript, 1975-1977.

Interviews conducted in Richmond, California, 1975-1977, by Ann Lage for the Regional Oral History Office of The Bancroft Library as part of the Sierra Club History Series. Introduction by Phillip Berry; copies of photographs inserted. Comments on scientific studies at...

 
Refugee camp views after the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire [graphic]

Photographs show refugee camp life after the 1906 earthquake and fire in San Francisco, Calif. Women cooking on stoves set up in the street, women washing in tubs, a man cooking over a fire on the ground, men sitting on...

Refugee Forums, Collection on

This collection consists of the administrative files of the Refugee Forum of Orange County (RFOC), and the California State Refugee Forum (CSRF), and other documents relating to these organizations. These forums enable service providers for Southeast Asian and other refugees...

 
Refugee Nation videorecordings and promotional materials

This collection comprises 4 video recordings of , a national theater project that explores the Laotian refugee experience.

 
Regan (Bill) Photograph Collection

The Bill Regan Photograph Collection documents San Jose State University (SJSU) from 1937 to 1953. The images chronicle a variety of campus events, sports, students, staff and faculty members. The collection consists of photographs and negatives.

 
Regent's Committee on the Southern Branch of the University of California. Administrative files.

Record Series 3 contains the administrative files of the Regent's Committee on the Southern Branch of the University of California.

 
Regent's Committee on the Southern Branch of the University of California. Maps.

Record Series 4 contains maps of the Regent's Committee on the Southern Branch of the University of California.

 
Regent's Committee on the Southern Branch of the University of California. Photographic material.

Record Series 7 contains photographs of potential sites for the permanent campus of the Southern Branch of the University of California (now called University of California, Los Angeles).

 
Regents of the University of California Records

The bulk of these records cover the period 1868 to 1918; records after 1918 consist of an incomplete set of minutes of Regents' meetings. Boxes of records are arranged by chronological periods, then into three groups within each period :...

 
Regina Gor typescript, 1975

Typescript draft of novel, "Down to Earth," by blind author

 
Regina Waldman papers and photographs, 1970-2005.

The collection consists of a small amount of biographical material, correspondence, newspaper clippings, assorted pamphlets and exhibition catalogs, and photographs that document the activities Waldman undertook as director of the Bay Area Council for Soviet Jews. The oversize item is...

 
Regional characteristics of biotechnology in the United States : oral history transcript : perspectives of three industry insiders / 2001.

Hugh A. D'Andrade (b. 1938): Executive with Schering-Plough Corp., 1981-present; Schering-Plough alliances with Biogen and DNAX Research Institute; commercializing recombinant DNA technology at Biogen and DNAX; biotechnology in New Jersey; comments on BIO (Biotechnology Industry Organization). David P. Holveck (b....

 
Regional Plan Association, Inc., of San Francisco Bay Counties records, [ca. 1925-1931]

Includes Correspondence, subject files, conference files, Scrapbook of clippings, and printed materials. Subjects include: city planning, airport development, the growth of San Francisco, correspondence and reports concerning bridges, and San Francisco traffic survey reports.

 
Regional planning and governance in the Bay Area, 1941-1995.

"This collection of news clippings, journal articles, reports, correspondence, internal memoranda and other items, mostly concerning the San Francisco Bay Area, and principally relating to the Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG), was compiled and presented to the IGS Library...

 
Regional Service Committee Records

The collection contains material on the activities of the Regional Service Committee of San Francisco, which was established in 1939 in response to the anti-San Francisco attitude of many California and Oregon counties. The Commitee's function was to promote San...

 
Registers of the San Vicente Ferrer Dominican Mission, 1780-1828.

Registers of marriages, 1781-1800, and burials, 1780-1828, with signatures of the mission friars and of the provincial examiners.

 
Registers of the Santo Domingo Dominican Mission, 1775-1850.

Registers of baptisms, 1775-1839, marriages, 1776-1850, and deaths and burials, 1775-1837, with signatures of the mission friars and of the provincial examiners.

 
Registers of the Santísimo Rosario Dominican Mission, 1744-1868.

Registers of baptisms, 1744-1868, marriages, 1744-1868, and deaths and burials, 1775-1805, and 1805-1828, with signatures of the mission friars and of the provincial examiners.

 
Registers of the Velicatá Dominican Mission, 1769-1821.

Registers of baptisms, 1769-1818, marriages, 1769-1817, and burials, 1773-1802, and 1803-1821, with signatures of the mission friars and of the provincial examiners.

 
Registrar of Voters Records

The Registrar of Voters Records includes documents pertaining to state and national, municipal and county, and school district elections from 1916 to 2010. The collection also includes complete statements of votes, administrative records and California state laws and codes pertaining...

 
Registrar (Office of the). Administrative files of Stanley Chin, William Puckett.

Record Series 561 contains the administrative files of registrars Stanley Chin and William Puckett, generated within the Office of the Registrar at the University of California, Los Angeles. The files of Chin and Puckett include some materials generated by registrars...

 
Registrar (Office of the). Publications.

Record Series 188 contains publications of the Registrar's Office at the University of California, Los Angeles.

 
Registration Attendance and Grade Accounting Instructor's Manuals

These are instructor's manuals on how to properly keep registration and attendance records, as well as grade accounting procedures.

 
Registration or voting records used as scrapbooks, circa 1890-1905.

Three volumes of handwritten voting records(?) for the San Jose area with clippings pasted over. Some of the text is readable. Clippings are primarily poems, cartoons, and political cartoons, with some news stories.

 
Regnery (Dorothy F.) Papers

Research materials for several projects, including the Stanford's Sacramento house and the Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve history. Two research papers, "A study of the Leland Stanford House in Sacramento, California," 1987, and, "The Serra statue at Presidio Monterey," 1988. Included...

 
Regnery (Henry) Papers

Correspondence, memoranda, writings, legal and financial records, and printed matter, relating to publishing, and to conservative thought in the United States.

 
Rehabilitation Department Records

The Department of Rehabilitation records consist of 38 cubic feet of textual records and three motion picture films covering the period 1947 through 1997. The earliest records document the establishment of the department and the formation of departmental policies. The...

 
Rehabilitation of the Oakland Fox Theater. [graphic].

Contains the architectural plans for a renovation of the Fox Theater in Oakland, California begun in 2006. Also includes a three-ring binder containing preliminary documentation for the project including the memorandum of understanding entered into on September 1, 2003 between...

 
Reher (Sven) Papers

Sven Reher (d. 1991) was prominent on the Los Angeles music scene as a violist and composer since 1934, when he left his studies at UCLA to audition for Otto Klemperer and the Los Angeles Philharmonic. He was associated with...

 
Rehm (Leonard Joseph) Photograph Album

Images are primarily of athletic events including rugby games, track meets, and crew teams; other subjects include the Bonfire, Ray Lyman Wilbur and David Starr Jordan, and the Frosh-Soph tie-up. Album also includes tickets, programs, and a copy of "Thumbs...

 
Rehnquist (William H.) Papers

Documents the Supreme Court terms of William H. Rehnquist, associate justice from 1972 to 1986 and chief justice from 1986 to 2005. Materials include court case files, administrative files, conference files, correspondence, speeches and writings, book manuscripts, invitations, and other...

 
Reich and Hayman family papers

This collection contains the personal papers of Dr. Joseph Reich and his family. It contains photographs and artifacts as well as correspondence, legal documents, and some ephemera, mostly from the period from World War I to World War II. Dr....

 
Reichard (Kenneth) Photograph Collection

Scenes of Stanford University campus life commissioned by the University for publicity and development, and for publication in the Stanford Alumni Review and other Stanford publications.

 
Reichardt (Jasia) Archive of Concrete and Sound Poetry

British art critic, editor, and curator born in Poland. The collection consists of poetry in a variety of media: manuscripts and typescripts, screenprints and posters, collages and original graphics, sound recordings, photoprints, and objects. Artists include Ronaldo Azedredo, Stephen Bann,...

 
Reichardt (Jasia) Correspondence

Jasia Reichardt correspondence, 1956-1987, consists mainly of correspondence between artists, writers, and Reichardt from 1965 to 1975 when she was Assistant Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, and Director of the Whitechapel Gallery.

 
Reichardt (Walter L.) papers

The Walter L. Reichardt papers span 12 linear feet and date from circa 1930 to circa 1966. The collection consists of presentation boards, four of Reichardt’s college projects in the Beaux Arts style, architectural drawings, reprographic copies, and specifications....

 
Reiche (V. H. E.) diary

Relates to conditions in the German prison camp at Hadamar bei Limberg.

 
Reichel (Leon) Collection

The contents of the collections consist of documents, records, minutes, newspaper clippings, photographs, special programs and events regarding the congregation, from the 1950’s to the early 2000’s ....

 
Reichhold Papers

The collection is organized into three series: Correspondence --letters and ephemera from leading Haiku poets; Haiku societies --correspondence and related materials pertaining to Haiku organizations; Publications --ms. material from Jane Reichhold's works and from titles published by AHA Books....

 
Reichhold papers, 1979-

The collection is organized into three series: Correspondence -- letters and ephemera from leading Haiku poets; Haiku societies -- correspondence and related materials pertaining to Haiku organizations; Publications -- ms. material from Jane Reichhold's works and from titles published by...

 
Reichsgruppe Handel. Wirtschaftsgruppe Einzelhandel mimeograph

Relates to commerce and trade in Nazi Germany.

 
Reichspropagandaleitung der N.S.D.A.P. correspondence

Correspondence with regional party organizations, relating to preparations for German national elections of 1930. Includes correspondence of Heinrich Himmler, head of the division.

 
Reichsschrifttumskammer publications

Liste des schädlichen und unerwünschten Schrifttums (1938), enumerating prohibited authors and books; and Schriftsteller-Verzeichnis (1942), listing approved writers.

 
Reid (Amelia) Papers

The Amelia Reid Papers include computation charts, computing tools, convention brochures, computation manuals and notes pertaining to Reid's career as a human computer for the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA). The papers are related to Reid's professional development and...

 
Reid (Brian) collection

Pamphlets, leaflets, campaign literature, serial issues, and clippings, relating to general elections in South Africa, South African politics and race relations, and the position of religious groups in South Africa on these issues. Includes issuances of various political parties.

 
Reid (David W.) Collection

David W. Reid served as a painter and illustrator for a variety of wine manufacturers. The collection contains posters, advertising artwork and copy, marketing plans, clippings, and ephemera relating to the wine industry in California.

 
Reid (Elliott) Papers

Correspondence, research notes and drawings, reports, articles, product specifications, commercial publications, photographs, and other items pertaining to airplanes and aeronautical research, including his research on wings and propellers. There is correspondence with the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, the National...

 
Reid, Freda M. H Papers, 1977-1984

The accession consists of Freda Mary Hunt Reid's copies of correspondence, minutes and reports of the Building Advisory Committee for the Restoration of Old Scripps Building at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography

 
Reid (Hugo) Collection

Correspondence along with letters to the editor of "Star" newspaper. Topics emphasize customs and the treatment of Mission Indians. Signatures are Hugo Ried [sic] and P. Hugo Ried [sic]. Primarily undated, with one sheet dated 1852.

 
Reid (John R.) Papers

The materials consist of four published journal articles.

 
Reid, Joseph L Papers, 1951-1988 bulk 1960-1983

The collection consists largely of Professor Reid's correspondence for the years 1954-1970 and also includes some subject files containing material dated 1951-1975. The subject folder: Intermediate water, 1958-1960 relates to Reid's study of the intermediate water of the North Pacific,...

 
Reid (Ruth) and Kent Hyde papers

Ruth Reid and Kent Hyde were both authors and lovers for over forty years. Their correspondence documents the changing political landscape of the twentieth century as well as their intellectual development and personal relationships. For most of their relationship Kent...

 
Reid (Sally M.) Papers

Papers relating to the passage of the California Wilderness Act (1984) and the Condor Range and Rivers Protection Act (1992), including correspondence, photographs, reports, documents, and other papers of this Sierra Club member.

 
Reid (W. Stafford) typescript

Relates to clandestine preparations for the Allied military landing in North Africa during World War II.

 
Reid (Wallace) Photographs and Papers

Small amount of papers, family photographs and publicity stills of Reid's wife Dorothy Davenport, an actress in her own right. Large collection of film stills of Reid's movies. 1873-1928, undated.

 
Reid (William T.) Papers

was born on November 8, 1843 on a farm near After graduating from in 1868, he taught at the and the prestigious before accepting a job at the in in 1875. Elected to the presidency of the in 1881, Reid...

 
Reifel (Stanley) papers

The Stanley Reifel papers span 1 linear foot and date from circa 1967 to circa 1970. The collection is primarily composed of black-and-white photographs and negatives that document the exhibit spaces Reifel designed at the University of California, Santa Barbara’s...

 
Reifenberg (Benno) typescript

Relates to the German newspaper Frankfurter Zeitung during the Nazi regime in Germany.

 
Reiff (Emery) Photographs

The Emery Reiff collection contains slides, prints, negatives and contact sheets of his photographs. The vast majority document the early years of the Community Softball league (CSL), but there are also images of friends, a production of the "Wizard of...

 
Reigns (Steven) papers

Writings and poetry, clippings, flyers, CDs, DVDs, a calendar and material about the lesbian writer Sapphire, bulk 2000-2010, from gay writer and poet Steven Reigns. The collection documents Reigns' writing career and also includes Reigns' research and annotated bibliography on...

 
Reilay G. Smith papers, [ca. 1864-1876]

Civil War discharge papers, 1864 and 1866, and cancelled paycheck, Jan. 31, 1876, from the Caspar Lumber Co.

 
Reilly (Paul C.) drawings of the Daniel J. Donahue house

The Paul C. Reilly drawings of the Daniel J. Donahue house span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1958. The collection consists of three original presentation sketches. Sketches depict exterior elevations of the tapestry room, arcade and porch as...

 
Reilly (Tom W.) Collection

Dr. Thomas W. Reilly was a faculty member at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) from 1969-2001. Before coming to CSUN Reilly worked as a journalist with the (now the ) He also spent time as the public information officer for...

 
Reilly (William) and Edward King Papers

Papers of longtime partners William Reilly and Edward King, 1938-1995, including contracts, deeds, correspondence, tax forms, William Reilly's medical records as he dealt with AIDS-related complications, and book and short story manuscripts written by Edward King.

 
Reiman (Ken) papers

Writings and printed matter, relating to education and political conditions in North Korea.

 
Reimann (Gunter) Papers

Includes correspondence, writings, notes, and printed matter, relating to international economic conditions, and to national socialism and communism in Germany.

 
Reindeer (built 1863; ship) logbook

The Reindeer (built 1863; ship) logbook (SAFR 14043, HDC 123) is a carbon copy of a transcript of the log from the ship REINDEER during a whaling voyage taken from New Bedford, Massachusetts to the Pacific Ocean and Hawaii during...

 
Reines (Frederick) Papers

This collection documents Frederick Reines' career in nuclear physics and astrophysics as both a scientist and an academic, as well as aspects of his personal life. Material ranges from the early period of his career as a graduate student, through...

 
Reinhardt (Aurelia H.) Papers

The archive consists of eight series: Series I. Personal and Family Papers, 1824-1948; Series II. Office of the President Files, 1916-1943; Series III. Rosalind Keep files, 1916-1948; Series IV. American Association of University Women, 1919-1932; Series V. Writings of Aurelia...

 
Reinhardt (Max) Prompt Books for Faust

Max Reinhardt (1873-1943) produced plays and was a stage actor. He founded the Kammerspiele and Grosse Schauspielhaus theatres in Berlin, was first to produce the early works of Richard Strauss and founded the Salzburg Festival. The collection consists of four...

 
Reinhart (Anson) Papers

Almost all the materials in the Anson Reinhart collection are from the years 1970 to 1972 and consist of gay liberation, gay male consciousness raising, feminist, and lesbian printed materials from a radical/socialist point of view.

 
Reinhart family papers, 1850-1991.

The collection contains genealogical materials, including a copy of Walter Hertzmann's "The Reinharts of Nevada: A Genealogy and Family History;" a copy of a letter that Pauline Reinhart wrote about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire while across the...

 
Reinisch (Erica) Collection

Erica Reinisch lived in Shanghai during the 1930s and 1940s. The collection consists of photographs depicting the Japanese bombing of Shanghai in 1937, Shanghai foreign residents ration coupons from 1949, an alien resident certificate from1949, Chinese sketches by the artist...

 
Reinsch (F.H.) Papers

Frank Herman Reinsch (1885- ) was a professor of German and served as president of the Philological Association of the Pacific Coast (1946-47). His publications include (1923) and (editor, 1946). The collection consists of correspondence files, manuscripts of articles on...

 
The reinterment of Juan Bautista de Anza in Arizpe, Mexico [graphic].

Photographs depict reinterment of Juan Bautista de Anza in the cathedral of Arizpe, Mexico, 1963. Also depicted are ceremonies, persons and a monument related to the event, as well as general views of Arizpe.

 
Reis (Bernard and Rebecca) papers

Accountant who served as a financial advisor and patron to many artists; wife Rebecca Reis (b. 1900) was an art collector. The papers contain correspondence, business and financial records, printed ephemera, photographs, a substantial body of letters from major and...

 
Reis (Irving) papers

The Irving Reis papers span the years 1935-1953 and encompass 4.3 linear feet. The collection consists of film and radio scripts, story material, correspondence, and miscellaneous papers, including clippings and reviews, material related to his Army service, and photographs....

 
Reisbord (Samuel) papers

The Samuel Reisbord papers span 28 linear feet and date from 1923 to circa 1976. The collection consists primarily of architectural drawings and reprographic copies of civic and commercial projects Reisbord did in the Los Angeles region, but also includes...

 
Reise (Lloyd) photograph collection

Depicts World War I scenes in France, especially aerial operations; and scenes in China, especially of the Russian fleet, during the Russo-Japanese War.

Reisen mit Rico, Travels with Rico, an Anthology of Memories from Landgut Burg, Stanford in Germany

Travels with Rico traces the exploits of Stanford University undergraduates on and off their overseas campus near Stuttgart, West Germany, in the early 1970s. Includes first draft, final version (2000), and 4th printing (2001)....

 
Reiser (Alois) Collection

This collection consists of holographic sketches of orchestral, operatic, chamber and film music

 
Reisfeld (Bert) papers

The Bert Reisfeld papers span the years 1931-1990 and encompass approximately 15 linear feet. There are miscellaneous papers, including writings by Reisfeld, clippings, and legal documents; sheet music; tape recordings; disc recordings; and photographs....

 
Reisner (Konrad) papers

Correspondence, serial issues, and pamphlets, relating to the Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft and Deutsche Liga für Menschenrechte in Germany, political activities of German socialist refugees in France after 1933, and the German peace activist Carl von Ossietzky

 
Reissner (Eric) Papers

Papers of Eric Reissner (1913-1996), professor of mathematics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1938-1969) and professor of applied mechanics and engineering sciences at the University of California, San Diego (1970-1979). Reissner's research interests included problems of turbulence and aerodynamic...

 
Reissner (Hans) Papers

Papers of Hans Reissner (1874-1967), aeronautical engineer, physicist, professor, and researcher. Reissner designed the first successful aircraft with all-metal wing and tail surfaces and the first controllable-pitch propeller. He began his career in Germany, working with Ferdinand Zeppelin, Hugo Junkers...

 
Reith (Gertrude M.) Slide Collection on the Regional Geography of California

Approximately 8,000 slides of California (1955-1983) focusing on geographic aspects and illustrating landforms, physical features, land uses and especially agriculture and forestry, some historic sites and buildings, port facilities, highlights of cities, and aerial views.

 
Relación del quo de Itzquintlan y su Jurisdicion, circa 1750-1800.

Handwritten manuscript (3 p.) with detailed description of the village Itzquintlan [i.e. Santiago Ixcuintla] in Nayarit, Mexico. Details include civil and religious history, fauna, and geography. Drawn in the bottom of the final page is a map showing direction and...

 
Relaciones de los Soldados que se alistaron para las Yslas filipinas : DS, 1700.

Documents relating to the recruiting of a company in Queretaro for service in Manila, including proclamation of the viceroy, Conde de Moctezuma, a list of soldiers in the company, and marching orders for the company, with signatures of the viceroy,...

 
Relations of Salary to Title in American Universities Collection

Stanford president David Starr Jordan issued a circular letter in October 1906 to college presidents and faculty on the issue "should the same salary be paid to men bearing the same title." Included in this collection are the letters received...

 
Relief Administration Records

The State Emergency Relief Administration was created in 1933, and succeeded by the State Relief Administration in 1935. Both agencies were developed to alleviate certain conditions caused by the Great Depression. The records from both agencies include reports, statistics, surveys,...

 
Relief and Support Groups for Japanese Americans during World War II Collection

Many non-governmental groups sought redress for Japanese Americans interned during World War II. This collection contains reports, correspondence, publicity, and other documents issued by the Committee on Resettlement of Japanese Americans, National Japanese American Student Relocation Council, Pacific Coast Committee...

Relief Camps for Refugees from the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire, 1906

The Relief Camps for Refugees from the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire album contains 25 photographic prints taken in 1906 by San Francisco photographer Charles Weidner. The album documents the relief camps constructed for refugees from San Francisco's 1906 earthquake...

 
Religion and agriculture collection, 1938-1966.

Finding aid in the Special Collections Department.

 
Religious Leaders of America Collection

Research files used by J. Gordon Melton while compiling his book , first published in 1991.

 
Religious Studies Board Records

This collection contains the Religious Studies Board office files, and correspondence pertaining to the short-lived Religious Studies major at UCSC.

 
Religious tracts.

Binder's title.

 
Remak and Mosenthal family papers

This collection documents the experiences of a Jewish German family from Berlin. Papers in German and English describe the multi-generational business of the Mosenthal family, family member's military service during World War I, arrest and imprisonment of family members, forced...

 
Remak (John) Collection

This collection contains WWII propaganda publications, documents and leaflets produced by the American Psychological Warfare Division(PWD) and SHAEF, as well as examples of German counterpropaganda. Also included are a few propaganda samples from the Korean War.

 
Remarks on board bark Midas : A.ms.S, 1849 October 31 - 1850 March 24.

Journal of voyage around the Horn, from Thomaston, Maine. Descriptions of Rio de Janeiro and Talcaguana, Chile where the ship stopped for several days for repairs and refitting. Journal ends just before arrival in San Francisco.

 
Remarks on board barque "Belvidera" on a voyage to San Francisco, Capt. Saml Barney : New York : ms.S, 1849 Mar. 1-Oct. 13.

Record of voyage of bark, Belvedere, with a company of 74 goldseekers (California Joint Stock Company?), "8 non-members together with 4 ladies and a little girl".

 
[Remedies].

Collection of medical remedies for various ailments, written on small slips of paper in at least two different hands. Several remedies are written on the back of other manuscript and printed documents, including a letter written but never sent by...

 
Remembering my hometown : San Francisco in my mind, 2007 /

Consists of 7 oversize drawings, a printed portfolio (9 leaves), and an addendum containing text, 25 color photographs, clippings, and other ephemera. "The portfolio provides a brief explanation of each text, beginning with the cartographic and ending with the semantic/semasiographic....

Remembering Theological Education at the Graduate Theological Union in the 1960s Oral History

This extensive oral history includes interviews from 79 scholars who discuss the founding of the Graduate Theological Union and issues in theological education before, after and during the 1960s. The interviews were conducted in 1993-94 by Ray F. Kibler III,...

 
Remembering war: a U.S.-Soviet dialogue video tape

Relates to American and Soviet perceptions of World War II. Includes raw footage; correspondence, and financial and other production records; and a companion book. Production sponsored by the University of California, San Diego, the Roosevelt Center for American Policy Studies,...

 
Remembering William F. Knowland : oral history transcript / and related material, 1979-1981.

Interviewees, and titles of interviews, as follows: Emelyn Knowland Jewett: My Father's Political Philosophy and Colleagues. Estelle Knowland Johnson: My Father as Senator, Campaigner, and Civic Leader. Paul Manolis: A Friend and Aide.

 
Remer (C. F.) Papers

Correspondence, writings, notes, studies, speeches, clippings, and printed matter, relating to the political and economic development of the Far East, especially China.

 
Remey-Mason Family Papers

The papers document the Remey and Mason Families and were edited and arranged by Charles Mason Remey....

 
Remillard Brick Company Records

Title papers, together with various bound ledgers of the Remillard Brick Company (San Francisco and Oakland, California) covering the period 1879 to 1921. Records of sales, purchases, jobs, inventory, employee records, etc....

 
Reminders of home folks [graphic] /

Snapshots of Berkeley, Calif. Primarily home interiors and family members, with one view of the University of California, Berkeley campus.

 
Reminders of the cruise of the U.S.S. Bear [graphic]

Contains photographs taken in Nome, Golovin, St. Lawrence Island, Siberia (incl. St. Nicholas), Teller, Pt. Barrow, Dutch Harbor, Unalaska, and Sitka. Includes photographs of settlements, native peoples, ship's crew and passengers. Captain Hamlet and Mrs. Churchill are identified in some...

 
Reminiscences : oral history transcript / 1953.

Recollections of his early life; newspaper reporting; association with Hiram Johnson; California and San Francisco politics (including his terms as Congressman); contacts with organized labor and interest in public power.

 
Reminiscences, 1879.

Two ms. documents with transcriptions. Each is two pages in length and consists of short factual entries. Marshal follows an idiosyncratic custom of ending each paragraph with the punctuation mark xc. The document referring to his Mexican War experiences has...

 
Reminiscences: Bay Area art and the University of California Art Department : oral history transcript /

Comments on education in Germany; teaching decorative design at Hopkins Art Institute, San Francisco, and drawing at Berkeley; lecturing on art history and on the art of the Panama Pacific International Exposition; establishment of the Art Department at Berkeley; museums...

 
Reminiscences collected for the Ventura County Eisteddfod, 1927.

Mainly relate to early history of Ventura County, with special mention of Tiburcio Vázquez, litigation for the Sespe Rancho, the murder of Thomas W. More in 1877, adobe houses in San Buenaventura, and San Nicolas Island. Partial transcripts of some...

 
Reminiscences of Eric Spencer and Constance Macky : oral history transcript / and related material, 1954-1957.

Concerning art and artists of the San Francisco Bay area (particularly since 1910), the impact of the Panama Pacific International Exposition, various art schools and patrons.

 
Reminiscences of Grand View Valley, Idaho & clipping : Glenns Ferry, Idaho, 1952.

Experiences with her husband, Vaughn B. McKeith, proving up a desert land claim at Grand View from 1905, later at Glenns Ferry, then in Owyhee County, with remarks on living conditions in the country, 1920 and later.

 
Reminiscences of Kemper Campbell : oral history transcript of a tape recorded interview conducted in Los Angeles by Corinne L. Gilb on April 13, 1954. Regional Cultural History Project, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1954 : and related material, 1954.

Notes his early life and legal training; connection of his family with canning industries (particularly olives); political activities-including association with the Progressive Republicans and various California governors; friendship with Arthur Brisbane; Los Angeles Bar Association and the State Bar; work...

 
Reminiscences of Mrs. M. McLean Hardy of Berkeley, Calif. : and related materials : typescripts and ms., 1915-1916.

Mrs. McLean's reminiscences of the early history of Berkeley, with related note from UC President Benjamin Ide Wheeler and note from UC Librarian J.C. Rowell.

 
Reminiscences of Mrs. Simon J. Lubin : oral history transcript / 1954.

Mainly concerning her husband, his work (especially the California Immigration and Housing Commission) and his great humanitarian interests.

 
Reminiscences of overland journeys during the gold rush period, 1912 Sept. 24

Letter (7 p.), two envelopes and two typescripts, one with a brief introduction and footnotes. The letter was written on Sept. 24, 1912 at the request of Goode's sister-in-law, Catherine McRae Goode and sent to her in Carson City, Nevada....

 
Reminiscences of the Hearst family : oral history transcript, 1967.

Photocopy of a typed transcript of a tape-recorded interview conducted by Wesley Cook in 1967. Prefatory note by J.R.K. Kantor.

 
Reminiscences of William Edward Colby : oral history transcript / 1953-1954.

Concerning his early life and education, with notes on his father, a '49er; experiences as a conservationist, particularly in relation to Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks; Sierra Club: State Park Commission; practice, writing, lecturing and collecting in the...

 
Reminiscenses of Paul Scharrenberg : oral history transcript / 1954.

Mainly concerning his activities in the Labor Movement and California politics and government.

 
Remisoff (Nicolas) papers

The Nicolas Remisoff papers includes more than 400 original works, consisting of full-size watercolor drawings, some black and white drawings, and numerous oil paintings. The earliest dated drawing is from 1921. The archive covers all aspects of Remisoff's career and...

 
Remondino (P. C.) Papers

This collection contains the papers and research of P.C. (Peter Charles) Remondino, San Diego physician.

 
Remondino (P.C.) Papers

P.C. (Peter Charles) Remondino (1846-1926) was a prominent doctor and author. The collection contains holograph and typed manuscripts of articles by Remondino, and 2 portraits and 1 oversize picture of him.

 
Rempel (David) photograph collection

Depicts the signing of documents of surrender by German authorities at the end of World War II.

 
Renaissance man of Bay Area music : oral history transcript : tenor, teacher, administrator, impresario / 2001.

Early years in San Francisco; the Fleishhacker, Dinkelspiel and Schwabacher families; UC Berkeley Department of Music, 1937-1941; Jan Popper and the Stanford University Department of Music, 1945; Schwabacher-Frey Printers and Stationers, 1905-1959; performing oratorio and opera; teaching young singers; thoughts...

 
Renaissance of religious art and architecture in the San Francisco Bay area, 1946-1968 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1981-1985.

Interviewees include: William J. Monihan, Elio Benvenuto, Emily Michels, Robert Brennan, Ethel Souza, William Justema, Louisa Jenkins, Maria Luisa Wolfskill, Mary Erckenbrack, Antonio Sotomayor, Paul Ryan, Micaela DuCasse, Mario Ciampi, Stephen DeStaebler, Charles Warren Callister, Vivian Cummings, Harold W. Cummings,...

 
Renaissance Society of California State University, Sacramento records

The collection consists of the records of the Renaissance Society of California State University. Sacramento including administrative files, minutes of meetings, newsletters, event catalogs, membership directories, photographs, and scrapbooks.

 
Renata Polt oral history interview

This collection comprises one videotape with accompanying transcript of an oral history interview with Renata Polt conducted by the Holocaust Oral History Project on February 5, 1996.

 
Rendez-vous Hautes Montagnes : files and journal

Correspondence, organizational files, and the journal, 1969-1984. Includes Beardsley's research notes and typescript about the history of American women's mountaineering, ca. 1970, that was to have been used in von Reznicek's 2nd edition of VON DER KRINOLINE ZUM 6 GRAD,...

 
Renée Renouf Hall papers : additions, circa 1960-2009.

Correspondence, articles, clippings, and assorted printed material pertaining to the dance.

 
Renée Renouf Hall papers, circa 1676-1982.

Preferred citation: Renée Renouf Hall papers, BANC MSS 85/24 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Renger-Patzsch (Albert) papers

German photographer associated with the art movement Neue Sachlichkeit (New Objectivity). The archive documents Renger-Patzsch's professional life, especially his work on book projects and commissions for industrial firms. It also includes technical details of his photographic workshop, and provides insight...

 
Renie costume design drawings

The Renie costume design drawings span the years 1953-1963 and encompass approximately 4 linear feet. The collection contains costume sketches for THE BIG FISHERMAN (1959), CLEOPATRA (1963), and THE PRESIDENT'S LADY (1953). There are also travel and research photographs in...

 
Renne (Louis Obed) typescript

Relates to the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II. Published (Glasgow, 1954).

 
Renner (Karl) interview transcript

Relates to Austrian politics. Interview conducted by Jacques de Launay.

 
Renoir (Jean) Papers

Collection consists of material related to Jean Renoir's career as director and screenwriter. Includes scripts, production material, photographs, personal and professional correspondence, and manuscript material. Photographs include film stills representing over 30 film titles released between 1926-69, photographs of Renoir's...

 
Renouf (Juliet D.) Papers

The Juliet Dixon Renouf papers measure 2 linear inches and date from 1889, 1919 to 1922, 1950. Included in these papers are a credential for teaching Physical education as well as a letter of recommendation written by Henry J. King...

 
Rentz (George) miscellaneous papers

Letters received and miscellany, relating to Office of War Information activities in Egypt during World War II, and to the postwar situation in the Middle East.

 
Renzel (Ernie) Papers 1900-2007

Renzel's personal papers, including diplomas, personal and professional certificates, awards, San Jose City records and Santa Clara County public documents. The bulk of the papers relate to Renzel's term as San Jose City Councilman and Mayor, his role in developing...

 
The reorganization of biology at the University of California, Berkeley : oral history transcript / 2003.

Interviews with Daniel E. Koshland, Jr., Roderic B. Park and Louise Taylor on the process of reorganizing UC Berkeley's Dept. of Biology and other science departments into the Dept. of Molecular and Cell Biology and the Dept. of Integrative Biology...

 
[Report and specifications for construction of streets in the City of Los Angeles].

Collection of specifications for construction streets and sidewalks in the City of Los Angeles. Starts with Specifications No. 47 (new series) for the construction of pavement of vitrified brick class B in the City of Los Angeles dated January 21st,...

 
Report, August 10, 1903

Two page, typescript report probably written by William Emerson Ritter describing "work done by the Department of Zoology at San Diego during the present summer." Includes a list of persons who donated money for the work

 
Report of appraisers in bankruptcy proceedings in the federal district court Arizona : ms., [192-]

Consists of mounted photographs of company operations, a map of Calaveras County showing the properties of the company, and a sketch map of the Valentine group of mines.

 
Report of Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army : covering the harbors of San Francisco, Oakland, and Richmond : typescript (photostat), 1924-1941.

Consists of statistics, graphs and charts on vessels entering San Francisco Bay area harbors including tonnage, and items imported and exported.

 
Report of his difficulties with Capt. R.M. Morris of his escort : ms. : and related material, 1849 Dec 22 - 26.

Contemporary copies. Originals of 2 of the documents are contained in the John Wilson Papers (C-B 420).

 
Report of labors in archives and procuring material for history of California : and related material, 1876-1879 .

Thomas Savage's report, written in 1879, with detailed information about his trips in California securing copies of manuscripts and archives and dedications from pioneers; portions of the manuscript of Literary Industries; copy of story from San Francisco Bulletin, Apr. 27,...

 
Report of U. S. Army Court of Inquiry regarding Captain Emmet Crawford

This is a typed copy of United States General Order 13, issued by order of Brigadier General Crook on July 14, 1884 from the Whipple Barracks in Prescott, Headquarters Department of Arizona, regarding the performance of Captain Emmet Crawford, Third...

 
Report on a Coast Stream Water Supply for the Palo Alto Water Disctrict

Preliminary report showing the feasibility of a coast stream water supply for the Palo Alto Water Disctrict.

 
Report on Los Banos Internment Camp typescript

Relates to American prisoners in the Japanese prison camp at Los Baños, Philippines. Prepared by released prisoners for the United States Department of State.

 
Report on Preliminary Investigation of Painted Cave, Inyo County, California

This is a report submitted to the Southwest Museum by amateur archaeologist and enthusiast, E. T. Ross, regarding a cave he discovered and explored in 1938. The report includes a letter to Southwest Museum staff, drawings, photographs, and a folded...

 
Report on the Cumberland Gold Mine, Arizona Territory

This bound volume is entitled "Report: The Cumberland Gold Mine" and contains newspaper clippings from 1879 and a hand-written report submitted by George E. Barnes and B. J. Burns to the President of the Cumberland Mining Company. The report was...

 
Report on the merits and services of Gabriel Antonio García Vallecillos y Ruiz : D and printed, 1803-1820.

Documents relating to the career of Dr. García Vallecillos, native of Algeciras, Spain, attorney and judge of the Real Audiencia, Alcalde mayor of Sololá Province, Guatemala, and defender of the Spanish régime in the closing days of the Viceroyalty of...

 
Report on uranium deposit near Enterprise Gold Mine, Madera County, 1955.

Document describing a mining site near the Enterprise Gold Mine in Madera County. The site was being tested for the presence of uranium. The report consists of copies of document, a map and several original photographs.

 
Report on uranium deposit near Enterprise Gold Mine, Madera County, 1955.

Document describing a mining site near the Enterprise Gold Mine in Madera County. The site was being tested for the presence of uranium. The report consists of copies of document, a map and several original photographs.

 
Report, with supplementary documents, on Presidios of the Provincias Internas : Mexico, 1722-1729.

Incomplete transcript of 1728 report prepared by Rivera, Governor of Tlaxcala and subsequently Governor of Guatemala, on the basis of his 1724-1728 inspection of the northern frontier presidios. It is divided into three main parts, in compliance with Viceroy Casafuerte's...

 
Reporter's transcript of testimony and proceedings in case of the People of the State of California, Plaintiff, vs. D.M. Bond, Defendant : Red Bluff, Calif. : ms.S, 1908 Dec. 4-11.

Typed record of first trial for murder of Robert Junior, an Indian. Each volume indexed. Signed by Fred J. Brownlee, official court recorder.

 
Reporting from Sacramento : oral history transcript; tape-recorded interview conducted in 1969, 1977, and 1979 by Amelia R. Fry, Gabrielle Morris and Sarah Sharp for the Regional Oral History Office The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1981 : and related material, 1977-1981.

Interviewees and titles of interviews, as follows: Earl C. Behrens: Gubernatorial Campaigns and Party Issues: A Political Reporter's View, 1948-1966. Richard Bergholz: Reporting on California Government and Politics, 1953-1966. Sydney Kossen: Covering Goodwin Knight and the Legislature for the San...

 
Reporting on California's gold mines for the State Division of Mines and Geology, 1951-1979 : oral history transcript / 1993.

Clark discusses maintaining inventory of state mines and mineral resources; editing California Division of Mines' gold districts of California, a report on 342 districts, published 1969; California mines and people in mining.

 
Reports for Motor Vessels Komoku and Mokuhana

Reports for Motor Vessels Komoku and Mokuhana (SAFR17113, HDC 238) contains 2 copies of each report plus an issue of the Pacific Marine Review magazine. These materials date from 1938. The collection is available for research use without restriction.

 
Reports of Irrigation : Quinto Canal, Merced Co., Calif : ms.S, 1908-1909.

Record of amounts of water used, location, crops, condition of ditches, type of soil, and name of person ordering the water.

 
Reports on historic bridges of Los Angeles made in preparation for seismic retrofits [graphic]

Views and accompanying Historic American Engineering Records reports on three Los Angeles bridges: the First Street Bridge, Sixth Street Bridge, and Ninth Street Viaduct (Olympic Boulevard Viaduct). Accompanied by reports on an additional five bridges which were determined not to...

 
Reppas (George S.) Papers

Memoirs, correspondence, and business and legal records, relating to efforts of the Societe americaine grecque et malgache to establish a slaughterhouse and meat-processing plant in Madagascar, the forced bankruptcy of the company, the imprisonment of G. S. Reppas, efforts to...

 
Reppert, B. B. B. Letter : to his cousin, 1865 July 10.

Holograph letter written at Huntersville, Arkansas.

 
Representative men of San Francisco [graphic] : view of San Francisco /

Two identical views of San Francisco from the bay, each surrounded by 24 portraits of prominent men of the city. The portraits on each print are of different men.

 
Representatives of the German Industry broadside

German propaganda distributed to Americans leaving Berlin at the outbreak of World War I.

 
Reproductions of art work by Frederic Remington [graphic]

Collection includes one photograph of Frederic Remington. Other items include many scenes featuring Indians, camps, exploration of the West, etc.

 
Reproductions of drawings of California missions [graphic].

Reproductions of pen and ink drawings of various California missions (San Buenaventura, San Carlos, San Diego de Alcala, San Fernando Rey, San Juan Bautista, San Juan Capistrano, San Luis Rey, Santa Clara, and Santa Inés).

 
Reproductions relating to "Life of the Late Rear- Admiral John Drake Sloat, U.S.N." [graphic]

Collection contains images (used as plates?) relating to "Life of the Late Rear-Admiral John Drake Sloat of the United States Navy", and a reproduction of a bust of Columbus.

 
Repton (Humphry) architectural and landscape designs, 1807-1913

English landscape designer. An assembled collection of drawings, letters and a report document Humphry Repton's designs for gardens and buildings.

 
Republic of Korea slide kit

Set of slides, with accompanying phonotape cassette and printed narrative, relating to the history and culture of Korea, and to political, social and economic conditions in post-World War II South Korea.

 
Republic of Texas, Sheriff of Austin County, jury summons for slave trial, 1843 April 13.

Holograph list of names summoned by the Republic of Texas for jury duty on a slave trial.

 
Republic Pictures Corp. Records

Republic Pictures Corporation was created in 1935 by merging four minor studios. The studio produced mostly westerns in assembly-line fashion, and occasionally produced a major motion picture under direction of Raoul Walsh, John Ford, or Orson Welles. The collection consists...

 
Republican Associates of Southern California collection

Pamphlets, reports, and studies, many of them issued by various California state government agencies, relating to administration of the California state government, especially during the governorship of Ronald Reagan (1967-1974), and particularly to administration of the state prison system. Collected...

 
Republican Congressional Committee document, 1860 May 31

One printed document [incomplete], "Investigation of Public Printing," the minority view submitted by Mr. King, Chairman of the Subcommittee charging, among other things, that "moneys drawn from the public treasury under color of law, ostensibly to pay for executive printing...

 
Republican National Committee (U.S.) Opposition Research Group records

The records include research materials accumulated and acquired by the Republican Opposition Research Group during the 1984 presidential election for use in the campaign against Democratic presidential candidates. The records consist of materials such as clippings, press releases, other printed...

 
Republican Party (Calif.) records

Minutes and transcripts of meetings, correspondence, memoranda, financial and legal records, polling data, printed matter, clippings, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to elections and Republican Party activities in California. Includes files of Shawn Steel as party chairman.

 
Republican Party campaign organizer : from volunteer to professional : oral history transcript / and related material, 1977-1983.

Brief biography and family backround, work experience, Republican politics 1948-1972 and personal observations on women in politics. Also includes supporting documentation in separate box.

 
Republican Party State Central Committee letterbooks, 1862-1879.

Letterpress copies of correspondence of the Union State Central Committee and the Union Republican State Central Committee. C-A 105 includes minutes for two meetings laid in at end.

 
Republican State Committee – Massachusetts, 1880

Seven printed items, including notices, instructions, and electoral slate, 1880. Alpha list.

 
Requa & Jackson drawings of the Mrs. H. C. Magee house

The Requa & Jackson drawings of the Mrs. H. C. Magee house span 3 linear feet and date from 1928. The collection contains five architectural drawings in the form of blueprints. Drawings include floor plans as well as interior and...

 
Requa (Mark Lawrence) memoirs

Relates to activities of the Tax Association of Alameda County, California, in 1912, and of the United States Food Administration during World War I. Photocopy.

 
Requin (Edouard J.) Papers

Correspondence, military orders, memoranda, and writings, relating to Allied military operations in World War I, particularly Franco-American military cooperation; to proposals for a treaty of mutual assistance under auspices of the League of Nations, 1922-1923; and to operations of the...

 
Rerberg (Fedor Petrovich) memoirs

Relates to the X Corps, the Sevastopol' Fortress during World War I and the Russian Civil War, and White Russian and Allied military activities in the Crimea during the Russian Civil War.

 
Research and Graduate Studies Publications (University of California, Irvine)

This collection contains the official publications of the Office of Research and Graduate Studies at the University of California, Irvine. Included are annual reports, brochures, academic catalogs, directories, manuals, memoranda, newsletters, posters, and programs.

 
Research Libraries Group, Inc. (RLG) records

Collection includes historical corporate documents, program and project files, grant proposals, system and software development files, digital material, photographs, and other documents and memorabilia.

 
Research Libraries Group Records

Reports, manuals, proposals, surveys, statistics; BALLOTS System books and reference manuals; PLAN Systems books.

 
Research manager to president, U.S. Borax & Chemical Corporation, 1957-1986 / 1992.

Discusses his childhood; Navy career during World War II; his career at U.S. Borax & Chemical Corporation.

 
Research Material about Robert Noyce

The collection documents the research phase of Berlin's biography of Robert Noyce, entitled THE MAN BEHIND THE MICROCHIP. Included are interviews and transcripts including one with Gordon Moore.

 
Research material concerning Felix Peano, [ca.1960-1970]

Correspondence, notes, and clippings concerning Cole's lengthy investigation into the life and California works of Italian-born sculptor, Felix Peano.

 
Research material for book on California's first women legislators, 1978-1981

In 1978 Ethel L. Bornefeld published an article "Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes Butte County's Only Woman Legislator" in the Fall & Winter Edition of the Butte County Historical Society's Diggin's (v. 22, no. 3&4). During the next five years or so...

 
[Research material on General Mariano G. Vallejo's bookplate] [manuscript].

Photocopies of notes, correspondence, and articles relating to research on Vallejo's bookplate; for inclusion in new chapter in reprint of "Historic California in bookplates".

 
Research material primarily for the history of Fort Bidwell (Modoc Co.) and Fort Crook (Shasta Co.) Calif., 1934-1935.

Correspondence with various U.S. Army officers (including General W.C. Brown), Adjutant General's Office and various offices of the War Dept.; notes and drafts (including "Battle of Infernal Caverns"); photographs of the forts.

 
Research material relating to historic places in California.

Included is supportive material for nominations to the National Register of Historic Places.

 
Research materials for a thesis on some incidents in the life of Captain Don Fernando de Rivera y Moncada, 1954-1977 (bulk 1954-1957).

Contains research materials, including photostat copies from microfilm, typed transcriptions, and some translations, chiefly from a variety of sources in the collections of The Bancroft Library. Includes Shaffer's notes, drafts, and clippings related to her M.A. Thesis, presented to the...

 
Research materials for California place names, circa 1935-1942.

Roughly sorted preliminary notes, drafts, manuscripts and bibliographies compiled chiefly by the Federal Writers' Project, Oakland.

 
Research materials for the study of California and Mexican architecture, 1959-1966.

Manuscript and plates for his book, The Churches of Mexico, 1530-1810; card bibliography on Latin American architecture, especially the colonial period; negatives of buildings (some with architectural detail) in Mexico, Spain, Portugal, California, and the United States.

 
Research materials relating to early California residents.

Notes, articles and clippings re Spanish-Mexican families in California and land grants.

 
Research materials relating to John Swett, 1862-1982.

Documents and articles realting to the career of California educator John Swett. Swett was principal of San Francisco's Rincon School, served as State Superintendent of Public Instruction from 1862-1867, and became City Superintendent of School in 1889.

 
Research materials relating to the film Carved in silence [graphic]

Contains copies of historical photographs used for the production of the film, Carved in silence, on Chinese immigrants entering the U.S. through Angel Island Immigration Station, which was written, produced and directed by Felicia Lowe.

 
Researcher and educator in electromagnetics, microwaves, and optoelectronics, 1935-1995; Dean of the College of Engineering, UC Berkeley, 1959-1963 : oral history transcript / 1996.

Whinnery discusses his family background and early education at the University of California, Berkeley; his early career at General Electric; his return to Berkeley as a graduate student, lecturer, and associate professor; his years as Dean of the College of...

 
Reseda Chamber of Commerce Papers

The Reseda Chamber of Commerce was formed by area merchants in 1935 to promote the welfare of the community, and to cultivate the business and social interests of its members. The records of the Reseda Chamber of Commerce document the...

 
Reseda Woman's Club Collection

The Reseda Woman's Club was formed in 1918 when a group of nineteen women gathered at Marian Elementary School to organize the Mother's Club of Marian. In 1922, the town of Marian was renamed Reseda, at which time the club...

 
Reserve Oil and Gas Company photographs from the Max C. Eastman papers [graphic].

Includes portraits of Max C. Eastman and some of his fellow petroleum engineers, as well as photographs of oil fields, offices and other property of the Reserve Oil and Gas Company of San Francisco, Calif. Includes many photographs of the...

 
Reshovsky (Ernest E.) Photographs

Ernest E. Reshovsky was a Los Angeles photojournalist. The collection consists of negatives and proof sheets of Reshovsky's work between 1949-72.

 
Residence of Mr. and Mrs. James Mauran-Rhodes [graphic] /

Views of the Mauran-Rhodes residence in Santa Barbara, "Mon Désir." Home located at 325 E. Valerio.

 
Residence of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thelen, Berkeley, California [graphic] /

Set of drawings (blueprints) for residence at 828 Contra Costa Ave., Berkeley, includes: site plan, front elevation, north elevation, south elevation, rear elevation, section, basement and foundation plan, first floor plan, second floor plan, attic plan.

 
Residence of William Chapman Ralston, Belmont, Calif. [graphic].

Views of opulent country mansion of William C. Ralston, depicting exterior, interiors and estate grounds.

 
Residences of Brigham Young in Salt Lake City, Utah [graphic]

Photographs of two residences, one much more lavish than the other and captioned "New Residence of President Brigham Young."

 
Residencia de Jerónimo de Vega y Salazar y de sus ministros : San Jose del Parral, Nueva Vizcaya : DS, 1654 May 5-June 6.

A file on an inquiry, carried out by Aguileta as alcalde mayor and judicial official of San José del Parral, into the official conduct and services of Vega, former justicia mayor and captain of that mining settlement, and of Vega's...

 
Resident Stanford Alumnae Association Records

Records include two minute books, 1909-1933, also containing membership records and the constitution and by-laws; financial records, primarily pertaining to the tea fund, 1917-1928; letters from Helen Cubberley largely pertaining to the clubhouse, 1926-31; and miscellaneous articles, 1919-25.

 
Resistencia Nicaraguense Ejercito records

Reports, correspondence, memoranda, press releases, rosters, personnel records, statistics, financial records, and photographs, relating to guerrilla military operations in Nicaragua, financing and supply of guerrilla forces, medical care and administration of justice in guerrilla-controlled areas, truce violations following the end...

 
Resistencia Nicaraguense records

The records pertain to an umbrella organization uniting the main components of the armed resistance to the Sandinista government in Nicaragua in the 1980s. They are comprised largely of correspondence, communiqués, clippings, memoranda, press releases, proposals, programs, and reports. Additionally,...

 
Resolutions adopted at resignation of Charles B. Hill from the Ghabot Observatory, 1888 July 11.

Part of a collection of certificates, diplomas, and similar documents, primarily from California.

 
Responses to Jonestown collection

This collection consists of newspaper articles, periodical articles, and sermons reporting or commenting on the Jonestown mass suicide in Guyana, November 1978. The Graduate Theological Union Library staff solicited and collected the materials from various sources.

 
The responsibilities and rewards of involvement : oral history transcript / and related material, 1979-1981.

Discusses family life in San Francisco; business interests; other Jewish community leaders; Jewish charity activities (Jewish National Welfare Fund, Federation of Jewish Charities, Jewish Family Service Agency, etc.); formation of and changes in San Francisco Jewish Bulletin. Also included: brief...

 
Respublikanskaia partiia Rossiiskoi Federatsii Sankt-Peterburgskaia organizatsiia records

Correspondence, circulars, memoranda, and lists, relating to political conditions in Russia.

 
Respuesta a la escalada sudafricana video tape

Relates to Cuban military involvement in Angola and Namibia. Produced by the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias of Cuba.

 
Rest Haven Preventorium for Children Papers

This collection contains materials related to Rest Haven Preventorium and its administrative processes from 1910 through 1971.

 
Restaurant Menus Collection

An artificial collection of over 450 menus from abroad and the U.S. Bulk is from California restaurants from the 1930s through the 1970s. Arranged geographically, then alphabetically.

 
Resthaven Auxiliary records

The Resthaven Auxiliary records consist of correspondence, agendas for meetings, member lists, minutes, gift lists, benefit activities, financial records, and guest books, 1956-1979, that document the activities of the Resthaven Auxiliary, a volunteer organization important for its fundraising work for...

 
Restoration Movement Publications

The collection was created by Pepperdine University librarians and consists of publications associated with the Restoration Movement. The Restoration Movement is the umbrella term for the Churches of Christ, the Christian churches and churches of Christ, as well as the...

 
Restoration of the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) records

Restoration of the C.A. Thayer (built 1895; schooner, 3m) records, 1983-1984 (SAFR 23383, HDC 1640) were created by Stephen W. Hastings, former Marine Maintenance Foreman at the National Maritime Museum, to chronicle the 1983-1984 restoration of the lumber schooner.

 
Restore Hetch Hetchy object collection [graphic].

Includes coffe mug illustrated with 2 printed images: logo for Restore Hetch Hetchy (depicting view of Hetch Hetchy Valley with no reservoir), and image of Hetch Hetchy Reservoir bordered by text: Hetch Hetchy / Yosemite's Buried Treasure. Also includes t-shirt...

 
Restore Hetch Hetchy records, 1987-2008 (bulk 1997-2003).

The records include petitions, research, legal documents, publicity, photographs and other materials related to Restore Hetch Hetchy itself and environmentalism in general. Also contains correspondence of key figures in the organization including the notebooks of former Executive Director, Ron Good.

 
Resume of eucalyptus planting on the Angeles National Forest : typescript, 1915.

Includes a brief history of the planting of eucalyptus in the region, a list of nurseries supplying the young plants, details on the cultivation of the trees, description of area, tables on expenditures, results of planting and names of species...

 
Rethel (France) Bureau communal miscellaneous records

Copies of correspondence with the German occupation authorities and minutes of meetings.

 
Retired Officers Association, San Diego Chapter Records

The collection consists of by-laws, charter, correspondence, certificates, meeting minutes, financial records, membership rosters, and bulletins....

 
Retired Senior Volunteer Program Records

The collection documents local economic conditions, education, the environment, public works, recreation, schools, social conditions, and social service agencies. It includes correspondence, memoranda, Board of Directors meeting minutes, financial statements, and grant proposals....

 
Retivov (Mitrofan Ivanovich) Papers

Writings, photographs, and miscellany, relating mainly to the medical profession in Russia prior to the Russian Revolution.

 
Reuben R. Rinder papers, 1907-1966.

The collection consists of correspondence; cantorial materials; musical arrangements, compositions and programs; biographical materials; certificates and honors; some of Rinder's writings and speeches; items from Rinder's tenure at Temple Emanu-El; and photographs. The correspondence consists of general correspondence as well...

 
Reupsch (Carl) Collection

This collection contains personal and business papers of Carl Reupsch, including his involvement in the San Diego Harbor Department, Mission Bay Park, and San Diego Port Unified District

 
Rev. D. Ripley Sr. letter to the Christian Commission, 1864 July 8.

One holograph letter written and signed by Rev. D. Ripley Sr. from Wesleyville, Erie County, Pennsylvania to the Christian Commission, an organization that provided supplies, medical services, and religious literature to Union troops during the American Civil War. The letter...

 
Rev. Daniel [W?]. Lathrop letter, 1825 April 4

One letter (ALS) to Lathrop from unidentified author. New Haven, [CT], Apr. 4, 1825. Found in unsorted SC. Alpha list.

 
Rev. Kogan Yoshizumi Papers

Rev. Kogan Yoshizumi (1894-1975) was the Buddhist priest of the Soto Mission of Aiea in Hawaii on Oahu. Rev. Yoshizumi was arrested and detained at Sand Island after the attack on Pearl Harbor and was subsequently transferred to a series...

 
Rev. McRee oral history, 1989

Interviewer: DR? 4/17/89-4/20/89.

 
Revealing Lives: Autobiography and Biography Conference Records

Correspondence, typescript articles, programs, and other conference records from the conference at Stanford University in April 1986 sponsored by the Center for Research on Women and on the subsequent work to prepare selected papers for the publication, REVEALING LIVES: AUTOBIOGRAPHY,...

 
Revelle College Publications

The publications of Revelle College, the first established college at UCSD, contain published materials produced by the Office of the Provost. The publications, including commencement programs, newsletters, and handbooks were produced as informational and educational brochures for current and/or prospective...

 
The Revelle Impact, March 10, 1984

The accession consists of a speech entitled "The Revelle Impact" delivered in March 9, 1994 at a symposium honoring the 75th birthday of Roger Revelle held at Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Daddario, who represented the first Connecticut district in Congress...

 
Revelle, Roger Papers, 1929-1976, bulk 1946-1976

Includes material documenting Revelle's education at Pomona College and his doctoral research at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 1929-1936, his wartime naval career, his years as director of the Scripps Institution, 1950-1964, his efforts to establish UCSD, 1954-1964, and his...

 
Revelle, Roger Papers, 1929-1991, bulk 1978-1990

Two collections of Roger Revelle Papers were donated to the SIO Archives. In 1984, Revelle donated his early files dated 1929-1976 (bulk 1946-1976) which were cataloged at Manuscript Collection MC6. This second collection of Roger Revelle Papers was donated after...

 
Revel'skaia gavan' i bol'sheviki typescript

Relates to commerce conducted through the port of Tallinn, Estonia, during the Russian Civil War.

 
Reverdy Johnson letter, 1856 Aug. 26.

One holograph letter written and signed by Reverdy Johnson to a lawyer regarding a case, possibly the Dred Scott case, that might go the Attorney General for consideration.

 
Reverend and Mrs. Marion Browning carte de visite photograph album [graphic].

Includes carte de visite portraits of unidentified individuals.

 
The Review of Contemporary Fiction/Dalkey Archive Press : records

John O'Brien founded The Review of Contemporary Fiction (RCF) in 1980 and established the Dalkey Archive Press three years later. Since its inaugural Spring 1981 issue, RCF has appeared with exact regularity three times a year. Each number is devoted...

 
Review of George Sterling's poem Lilith, and note, [ca. 1926, 1976].

Removed from: Rudolph Blaettler's copy of Sterling's Lilith; a dramatic poem (F855.2.S6035 1926 c3).

 
Revolution and the Development of International Relations Project Records

Memoranda, correspondence, data sheets, and printed matter, relating to the comparative study of social, political, and economic development in various countries during the twentieth century, and especially to the comparative study of political and military elites in various countries.

 
Revolutionary Association of the Women of Afghanistan Issuances

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, postcards, sound recordings of songs, and a video tape, relating to political conditions, civil liberties, and the conditions of women, in Afghanistan.

 
Reward poster for escapees from Folsom Prison, 1890.

Small reward poster for escapees from Folsom Prison, signed by Charles Aull, warden and dated Aug. 19, 1890. Includes description and very faded photographs (1x1 in.) of four men described as "German, speaks English with broken accent". Captured is scrawled...

 
Reward poster for escapees from Folsom Prison, 1890.

Small reward poster for escapees from Folsom Prison, signed by Charles Aull, warden and dated Aug. 19, 1890. Includes description and very faded photographs (1x1 in.) of four men described as "German, speaks English with broken accent". Captured is scrawled...

 
Rex Evans Gallery Records

The Rex Evans Gallery opened as a partnership by Rex Evans and Jim Weatherford in Los Angeles (1960). The gallery primarily featured works in smaller media of drawings and water-colors. The gallery closed in 1972. The collection documents the La...

 
Rexall Drugs Merchandising records

This collection consists of the files kept by Joseph A. Hailer over the course of his 60-year career with Rexall Drugs. Most of the files are from his later years with the company, when he was in charge of marketing...

 
Rexford Tugwell speech, circa 1960s-1970s

(1891-1979). Autobiographical UCSB Friends of the Library speech by Rexford Tugwell, member of the FDR Brain Trust and, later, active in the Santa Barbara- based Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI), [ca. 1960s-1970s]. Alpha list.

 
Rexroth (Kenneth) papers

Kenneth Rexroth (1905-1982) was an author, critic, poet, teacher, translator and active member of San Francisco's cultural, political, and poetry scenes from the 1930s through the 1960s. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera by and about Rexroth, and...

 
Rexroth (Kenneth) papers

The papers of Kenneth Rexroth, American poet and activist, comprise manuscripts, notes, printed material, publications, correspondence, ephemera, and artwork related to poetry, writing, speaking engagements, and teaching, primarily from the last decade of his life; also included are correspondence, manuscripts,...

 
Rey (Charles Fernand Sir) diaries

Relates to description and administration of Bechuanaland. Includes photographs.

 
Reyes (Amelia Lourdes Benitez) typescript

Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University. Photocopy.

 
Reyes (Tony) Papers

Tony Reyes was a Los Angeles based entertainer and a founding member of ONE Incorporated with his partner Don Slater. This collection primarily consists of music recordings, photographs, newspaper clippings, letters, and clothing regarding Reyes' entertainment career, but does also...

 
Reykowski (Janusz) writings

Relates to political conditions and public opinion in Poland Photocopy.

 
Reymershoffer (Charles) petition

Relates to the claim of C. Reymershoffer against the German government for financial losses resulting from the deposit of his savings in German banks and the subsequent loss of value of German currency. Petition addressed to the United States Senate.

 
Reynolds (Christopher A.) Collection of Women's Song

Christopher A. Reynolds, Professor of Music at the University of California, Davis, has identified and collected sheet music written by women composers active in North America and England. This collection contains over 3000 songs and song publications mostly published between...

 
Reynolds (D. M.) papers

The D. M. Reynolds Papers provides an inside view of electoral politics with a number of letters from former President Herbert Hoover, circa 1943 about Reynolds' efforts to support then-governor of Ohio, John Bricker, as a Republican candidate for national...

 
Reynolds (Earle and Akie) Archive

This collection includes correspondence, publications, scrapbooks, photographs, realia and audio/audio-visual materials related to the evolution of Earle Reynolds and his family as peace activists.

 
Reynolds (Elliott H.) letters

Relates to activities of the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia

 
Reynolds (Gene) Collection

Collection consists primarily of television Scripts and Production and research material related to the career of producer and director, Gene Reynolds. A large part of the collection includes materials for the television series "Lou Grant" (1977-82) and "M*A*S*H" (1971-80). Other...

 
Reynolds, J. M. Letters to William Cole : Merrimac, Nev.? ALS, 1889.

Written as Superintendent, American Eagle Mine, concerning employment.

 
Reynolds (Joseph Smith) Civil War Diary

Civil War diary, 1862, of Joseph Smith Reynolds, a Union officer with the 64th Illinois Vol., Co. F. Reynolds was born in New Lenox, Illinois, December 3, 1839. He moved to Chicago in 1856, graduated from the high school there...

 
Reynolds, Judy Papers

In the 1960s, librarians in the California State University and Colleges System were one of three academic employee groups along with teaching faculty and student affairs officers. Librarians were the only group of academic employees on a different and lower...

 
Reynolds (Marcus T.) drawing of the Albany Evening Journal building addition

The Marcus T. Reynolds drawing of the Albany Evening Journal building addition spans 3 linear feet and dates from 1916. The collection is composed of one drawing in the form of a reprographic copy dated November 1, 1916. The drawing...

 
Reynolds (Ralph Hubbard) correspondence

Correspondence with Stanford University alumni in the American armed forces, relating to military life and the home front in the United States during World War II

 
Reynoso (Cruz) Papers

Activities files, organization, people and issues files, files on committees and commissions, and correspondence.

 
Reznick (Sidney) Papers

Sidney Reznick worked as comedy writer in radio and television. The collection consists of scripts related to his career, mostly for the Garry Moore television show (1958-61).

 
Reznikoff (Charles) Papers

The papers of a distinguished American literary figure. Reznikoff was a prolific writer of poetry, prose, essays, and chronicler of Judaism and the American Jewish experience. He worked both as an editor and contributing author on and , and was...

 
R.H. Barlow correspondence, 1934, 1943.

Correspondence (7 letters, handwritten and typescript) between authors of science fiction, fantasy, and horror concerning their writing and published efforts.

 
R.H. Loughridge papers, 1881-1917.

Correspondence, manuscripts of writings on agricultural subjects and on E.W. Hilgard, and miscellaneous papers, relating to his work with the tenth U.S. Census and the College of Agriculture, University of California.

 
Rhatican (William F.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1971-1972

The office files of William F. Rhatican reflect his responsibilities as a Staff Assistant in Charles W. Colson’s office from 1971 to 1972. These materials highlight Rhatican's efforts with the New Economic Policy, as well as President Nixon's plans for...

 
Rhea Blue correspondence, 1923-1994.

The collection consists of personal correspondence sent to Dr. Rhea Blue by friends and colleagues over the course of her life. The collection is organized alphabetically by correspondent. Correspondence from unidentified authors has been filed chronologically at the end of...

 
Rheaume (Charles) typescript

Relates to international scientific support for the dissident Soviet physicist Andrei Sakharov. Ph.D. dissertation, McGill University.

 
Róheim (Géza) Papers

Papers of Géza Róheim, Hungarian anthropologist who applied psychoanalytic techniques to the study of cultures. Educated in Hungary and Germany, Róheim taught at the University of Budapest until 1938, when he immigrated to the United States. Between 1929 and 1931...

 
Rhines (Howard) Collection

Files and recordings on audiotape from Howard Rhines, a composer, announcer and program director at Los Angeles classical radio station KFAC.

 
Rhoades (Weldon Emmerson) diaries

Relates to American civilian air transportation under military contract during World War II, and to activities of the headquarters of General Douglas MacArthur in the Pacific Theater. Photocopy.

 
Rhoads family papers, 1846-1856, 1890.

Correspondence of California pioneer Daniel Rhoads and his wife with family, including account of overland journey from Missouri in 1844 and information on farming in Santa Clara County near San Jose.

 
Rhoads (William A.) nude male photographs

Nude photographs of male hitchhikers on Pacific Coast Highway between Santa Monica and Santa Barbara taken by amateur photographer William A. Rhoads, circa 1975-1981.

 
Rhoda H. Goldman, a retrospective memoir : oral history transcript / 2000.

Retrospective interviews about philanthropist, community leader, and environmentalist Rhoda H. Goldman (1923-1996) with twelve individuals who discuss: leadership in Congregation Emanu-El's capital funds drive, Jewish Community Endowment Fund, and Mayor Dianne Feinstein's Committee for a Holocaust Memorial; Mount Zion Hospital...

 
Rhoda Kremnitz-Martin collection, 1923-1974.

Correspondence, documents relating to Rhoda Kremnitz -Martin and her involvement in the Theosophical Society of America, and in Pittman's Shorthand. Some original artwork is included as well.

 
Rhode (Ilse) typescript

Relates to the national composition of the West Prussian and Posen populations. Original article published in the Deutsche wissenschaftliche Zeitschrift für Polen (1926).

 
 
Rhodes (Cecil John) miscellany

Copies of letters, clippings, and miscellanea, relating to C. Rhodes, to the Rhodes scholarships, and to the Rhodes Scholar reunion at Oxford University in 1929. Includes a copy of the will of C. Rhodes

 
Rhodes (Charles Dudley) diary extracts

Relates to the Indian campaign of 1890-1891; the expedition to Santiago de Cuba, 1898; the China Relief Expedition, 1900; the Philippine insurgency, 1901-1903; and a secret mission to Mexico, 1911. Photocopy.

 
Rhodes (Eugene Manlove) Papers

The collection contains literary manuscripts, family papers, business papers, correspondence, clippings and photographs by or related to Eugene Manlove Rhodes.

 
Rhodes Family Papers

The Rhodes Family Papers consist of correspondence (1838-1877), Robert H. Rhodes diary (1848-1849), California ranch business records(1858-1898), and miscellaneous biographical and genealogical materials pertaining to the Rhodes, Smith, Pister and McDermott families....

 
Rhodes (Fred Burnett) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, memoranda, legal documents, staff studies, and memorabilia, relating to the American atom bomb project during World War II, political issues before the United States Senate during the 1960s, veterans' affairs, and the postal service.

 
Rhodes (Leah) costume design drawings

The Leah Rhodes costume design drawings span the years 1941-1970 (bulk 1940s-1950s) and encompass 5.3 linear feet. The collection consists almost entirely of original costume design drawings, with 30 films represented by approximately 120 designs. A sampling of Rhodes's nonfilm...

 
Rhodes (Michael) papers

Michael Rhodes appears to have been involved in the motion picture and television industries during the 1960s to the 1980s. The collection consists of scripts, production information and film storage service invoices related to Rhodes career.

 
Rhodin (Carl J.) Papers

Reports and papers on hydraulic power systems, hydroelectric developments in California and the West, land reclamation and valuation....

 
Rhyme & Reason Open Mike Series records, 1998-2000.

Contains the administrative records and materials from the open mike meetings. Administrative records include correspondence, scheduling, agreement with the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum, grant paperwork, signups and biographies on steering committee members. Open mike meeting materials include flyers,...

 
Riabukhin (N. M.) typescript

Relates to activities of the White Russian commander Baron Roman Ungern-Shternberg in Mongolia during the Russian Civil War.

 
Ribera (Alan E.) Collection, 1964-1974

The collection documents Ribera's work in parks and recreational planning.

 
Rible (Ulysses) Architectural Collection

Student work of California architect Ulysses Floyd Rible.

 
Ricard (Jerome S.) Papers

The Jerome S. Ricard, S.J., Papers consist of biographical materials, publications, research papers, and correspondence relating to Ricard's work as SCU faculty member, astronomer, meteorologist and seismologist.

 
Ricardo Cruz / Catolicos por La Raza Papers, 1967-1993.

The collection includes correspondence files, legal documents, transcripts, photographs, news clippings and ephemera. The preponderance of the Ricardo Cruz Papers, 11 boxes, the Legal Files series, represent his legal cases as a Los Angeles attorney.

 
Ricardo-Campbell (Rita) Papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to the administration and financing of higher education, the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, the Mountain States Regional Medical Program, and the National Center for Higher Education Management Systems

 
Rice (Archie) Papers

Papers include correspondence, articles, news clippings, and several photographs. Rice's letters to Ray Lyman Wilbur, 1941, include reminiscences of many alumni and of events during his student years, suggestions on what Stanford needs to be doing, and reminiscences from his...

 
Rice (Dorothy P.) Papers

This collection contains the non-confidential documents of Dorothy P. Rice pertaining to the class action suit filed by Mississippi State Attorney General Michael C. Moore aimed at recovering Medicaid costs for treatment of tobacco-related illnesses from the tobacco companies.

 
Rice Family Papers

This collection comprises materials from the James S. and Cora Rice family of Tustin, California, and other relatives, including Harvey M. Rice, father of James and an Ohio author and legislator; Nettie Rice, sister of James and the first wife...

Rice Growing and Irrigation in California, 1908-1916 - Photographs

This collection contains 17 black and white photographs taken between the years 1908 and 1916 of rice fields, agricultural equipment, and irrigation procedures, primarily in Yolo County, California. Several photographs feature Fair Ranch, located in Knight's Landing. Other rice fields...

 
Rice (Hugh) Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center Records

Administrative and promotional records, clippings, and photographs maintained by Hugh Rice primarily regarding his work at the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Community Services Center, bulk 1983-1989. Rice was a longterm employee of the Center, including as Health Services Director...

 
Rice, James Clay Letter : to Erastus Corning, 1862 December 5.

Holograph letter written in New York City asking if Erastus Corning had received a package he had sent.

 
Rice, John R. Microfiche

John R. Rice (1895-1980) was a noted pastor, evangelist, author and publisher. He was a key leader in the second generation of Fundamentalism, a critic of the RSV, Billy Graham and the New Evangelicals of Fuller Theological Seminary. His ministry...

 
Rice (Ray) Films

This collection consists of short animated films created and produced by Ray Rice from 1965-1979.

 
Rice (Timothy) Collection

Field recordings collected in Bulgaria (April 1972-June 1973, 1986, 1988, 2000) and Georgia (2002).

 
Rich (Alan) papers

Alan Rich was an American music critic, based in New York and Los Angeles, who began his professional career in the 1950s and continued writing until his death in 2010. The collection includes research files, correspondence and memorial tributes, promotional...

 
Rich (Ben R.) Papers

The collection contains approximately 1,000 items and has been organized by subject, although some subjects can be found throughout the collection. Chronological coverage is from the 1950s to 1990s; much material is from the 1980s and early 1990s, save for...

 
Rich (Elaine) papers

Elaine Rich was a television producer whose credits include the television series (1979-1980) and (1981-1989). The collection consists primarily of scripts and photocopied press clippings for the television series Dynasty.

 
Rich Gulch Mining Company records : Silver City, Idaho, 1906-1917.

Printed brochure for investors, circa 1907; report by A.F. Stevens on the Company's property; miscellany, 1910-1916; correspondence with U.S. Enders, 1909, and F.W. Perkins, 1913, reflecting operational and financial problems.

 
Rich (P. J.) miscellaneous papers

Letters, printed articles, book reviews, and clippings, relating to various aspects of education, especially the role of ritual in education, and the Congreso de las Américas.

 
Richard & Rhoda Goldman Fund Records

The Richard & Rhoda Goldman Fund Records document a history of charitable giving to nonprofit organizations working in the areas of the environment, Jewish affairs, Israel, population, and the San Francisco Bay Area.

 
Richard A. Heath / Early Lockheed History collection, circa 1880s-2005

Early history of the Loughead (later Lockheed) family and aircraft company, located in Santa Barbara, ca. 1916-1921. Assembled by Richard A. Heath. Includes numerous photographs.

 
Richard Arthur Bolt papers, circa 1948.

Reminiscences concerning his career in public health, specializing in child hygiene; his experiences at the Tsing Hua College in China, 1911-1912; work in Europe in chld welfare during World War I; organization of the Alameda County Health Center, 1919; and...

 
Richard B. McConnell papers, [ca.1941-1965].

Materials relating to the life and work of German chemist Nobel Laureate (1902), Emil Fischer. Includes photographs, a three volume carbon typescript of the English translation of Fischer's autobiography.

 
Richard Bachenheimer papers, 1925-1954 (bulk 1953-1954).

Field notes, correspondence, drafts of reports and papers, and other materials related to Bachenheimer's research in India as a Fulbright scholar working with University of California Berkeley professor David Mandelbaum. Materials contain information on social structures, homes, agriculture, irrigation, kinship,...

 
Richard Bentley and Son papers

Richard Bentley (1794-1871) worked at his brother Samuel's printing shop. He published a series of 127 volumes known as standard novels and retired in 1867, after which his son George Bentley (1828-95) ran the business. His grandson, Richard Bentley, (1854-1936)...

 
Richard Bland Lee correspondence, 1849-1850.

Letters of information to George Gibson of the Quartermaster Dept. Include report on trip through Mexico en route to California, provisions available in San Francisco, army establishments in Oregon, changes in California, conditions at Benicia.

 
Richard Brautigan note, 1975 May 12

(1935-1984). One note (ANS) by American writer Richard Brautigan, re one of his poems, 12 May 1975. Laid in Brautigan's Please Plant This Book (Santa Barbara, CA: Graham Mackintosh , 1968). Alpha list.

 
Richard Brautigan papers, circa 1950-1959.

Early poems, short stories, "experimental dramas," miscellaneous correspondence with Edna Webster and publishers, and high school memorabilia (diploma). Several of the literary manuscripts were written for Edna Webster or Linda Webster. Most are undated but are known to have been...

 
Richard Brautigan papers, circa 1975-1981.

Contains notebooks, writings, correspondence and other papers that Brautigan left with his friend Dwain Richard Cox. Also includes photographs of Brautigan, his family, and of a trip he took; some writings of Tanikawa Shuntarō. Writings and correspondence were not sorted...

 
Richard Brautigan photograph collection [graphic]

Includes professional portraits, snapshots, proofs and cover mock-ups for several of Brautigan's works.

 
Richard C. Parsons documents, 1861

Two documents, one-sheet passports for Parsons, signed by United States Secretary of State, William Seward, 1861. Alpha list. [Oversize boxed].

 
Richard C. Rust papers, 1896-1902.

Miscellaneous papers, including two commissions as Judge of the Superior Court of California for Amador County. (1896 and 1902) signed by James H. Budd and Henry T. Gage; and his last will (Apr. 19, 1899).

 
Richard C. Trudeau papers, 1934-2000.

Contains speech writings, publications, reports, photographs, scrapbook, notes, subject files and clippings and other materials related to the career of Trudeau. Includes his work with the Scandinavian Festival, the East Bay Regional Park District and issues related to parklands and...

 
Richard Cellarius Sierra Club papers, 1972-1990.

Papers relating to Richard Cellarius's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Richard Chabot Dieckman papers.

Diaries, (1934-1977), and unpublished verses.

 
Richard Cheadle Powell papers, 1907-1966.

Engineering files relating to power plant projects, mainly in Hawaii (circa 1950-1964); a small amount of professional correspondence; subject files on topics relating primarily to the construction of steam power plants; a few publications by Powell and others on engineering...

 
Richard Cobden letters, 1846-1851.

Four brief letters written to R.H. Greg, William Rathbone, Lord Willoughby De Eresby and J.A. Novello.

 
Richard Coke letter, 1874 October 16

(Texas Governor, 1874-1876). One letter (ALS) to Charles B. Pearse, re financial claims against the state. Executive Office, State of Texas, Austin, Texas, 16 Oct. 1874.

 
Richard Dering letters : to family in Sag Harbor, Long Island : ALS, 1853-1860.

Letters from Richard Dering to his brother Henry Thomas and his sisters Elizabeth and Francis discuss a return from the Sandwich Islands, offers of jobs aboard ships, and a description of the Farallones including a possible job at the light...

 
R[ichard] D[oddridge] Blackmore letter, 1877 July 12

One letter (ALS) Blackmore, English novelist best known for Lorna Doone, to Alfred Hunt, asking about Hunt's new book and talking about other personal matters. [London], July 12, 1877. Alpha list.

 
Richard Doren Civil War song, 1864 December.

One holograph Civil War song, patriotic to the Union cause, written on board the U.S. Steamer Osceola the night before the battle of Fort Fisher.

 
Richard Drummond discharge papers, 1863 September 14.

Discharge papers for Private Richard Drummond, of the 21st Regiment, Alabama Volunteers, Company K, on surgeon's certificate of disability. Signed by Assistant Adjutant General John Withers.

 
Richard E. Kepner papers, 1941-1969.

Reprints of articles on organic chemistry.

 
Richard Eberhart letters, 1958-1962.

Concerning his poem, The Oak. A signed typescript copy of the poem included.

 
Richard Ellis collection of San Francisco Bay Area photographic views [graphic].

Includes photographs depicting various San Francisco Bay Area locations and subjects, including buildings and other landmarks on the campus of University of California, Berkeley; Skyline Boulevard and other streets in the East Bay hills after unusually heavy snowfall; and Golden...

 
Richard Elmer Rominger papers, 1977-2000.

Correspondence, clippings, budget papers, agendas, and meeting notes relating to Rominger's work with the Department of Food and Agriculture; files on pesticides, water appropriation, soil erosion, farm labor, and natural resources.

 
Richard Forster Sketchley papers, [ca. 1852-1900]

Includes poems (manuscript and clippings) and letter to him from Thomas Mathews Blagg (May 18, 1900).

 
Richard G. Dale document, 1862 August 21

[123rd Pennsylvania Vol., Co. G]. One Civil War document: Appointment as first lieutenant, 21 Aug. 1862. [Oversize boxed].

 
Richard Garvey papers, 1860-1965 (bulk 1872-1929).

Contains the business records of Richard Garvey including correspondence discussing crops, mines and other ranch business, account records of household related items, and legal documents including land documents and a petition to keep the Garvalia post office. Also includes some...

 
 
Richard Goss Stanwood journals and letterbooks : ms.S, 1852-1884.

v. 1-3, journals, Sept. 1852-Jan. 1864, describing arrival in San Francisco after voyage from Boston, move to Marysville and employment in lumber business, trip to East and return via Panama, June-Nov. 1858; v.4-5, letterpress copy books of personal letters, 1878-1880...

 
Richard Graves papers, 1954-1968.

Materials relating to an interview with Richard Graves by the Bancroft Library Regional Oral History Office. Most are about his unsuccessful campaign for California Governor in 1954. Includes typescript copies of speeches by Graves.

 
Richard Hagopian scrapbooks, 1945-1955.

v. I. Newspaper clippings of reviews of the work of the Armenian American author.

 
Richard Hamlin Peterson papers, 1930-2006.

The papers include correspondence with California governor, George Deukmejian, letters from other American political figures, information about Pacific Gas and Electric Company, photographs, and newspaper clippings.

 
Richard Harding Davis letters, circa 1890s to 1900s.

Four undated letters regarding his writing activities and one autograph.

 
Richard J. Dolwig Collection, 1950-1981.

Files on water: reports, notes, clippings, minutes, correspondence

 
Richard (John) Fire-Damaged House Photographs

John Richard photographs of an unidentified fire-damaged house, undated.

 
Richard Krech papers, 1968-2008.

Contains unpublished manuscripts, chapbooks, printed educational material, poems, drawings, leaflets, flyers, and other materials related to Krech's creative works and poetry reading performances. Includes an advertising poster for a 40th anniversary poetry reading of Annus Miraculum at Moe's Books in...

 
Richard L. Bower papers, 1946-1961.

Collection contains correspondence, memoranda, and minutes of the Butano Forest Associates; notes, ephemeral promotional material, and clippings relating to the effort to preserve the forest of redwood trees in San Mateo County, Calif.

 
Richard L. Nelson Gallery records, 1976-1999.

Collection contains files about artists that showed their work at the Nelson Gallery.

 
Richard L. Stiles Collection at the California Adult Education Archives

Richard L. Stiles was a consultant in the California Department of Education from 1975-2001, serving in the Adult Education Office from 1979-1988 and 1991-2001, and in the Amnesty Education Office from 1988-1991, where he was Manager. The largest part of...

 
Richard Lyons naval documents, 1860-1866.

24 official documents relating to Richard Lyons' service in the United States Navy, plus a marriage certificate. The naval documents are dated during the period of Lyons service from 1860 to 1866, but many are stamped with 1899-1901dates on the...

 
Richard M. Leonard photograph collection of rock climbing techniques [graphic]

Photographs of various climbing techniques taken at Yosemite National Park, Calif., and perhaps elsewhere. Also included is a letter written by Leonard describing army training film for "high angle climbing."

 
Richard M. Leonard Sierra Club papers, 1920-1985.

Papers relating to Richard M. Leonard's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Richard M. Nixon letter, 1962 May 19

One letter (TLS), signed "Dick Nixon," to T[homas] M. Storke, Santa Barbara News-Press, re advance copy of his book Six Crises. 19 May 1962. Alpha list.

 
Richard M. Nixon letter, 1973 September 24

Copy of a letter (TLS), signed "Richard Nixon," to Maude Barnard of Santa Barbara re her book Within the Walls of Peking, written during the height of the Watergate scandal and wishing Barnard "…the peace, joy and fulfillment you so...

 
Richard McCullough Ritchie papers, 1877-1909.

Letters received, accounts and papers relating to his work as inkeeper at Bryson, Canada, and to his interests in mining, particularly in the Grand Calumet Mining Company of Ottawa, Ltd.

 
Richard N. Pitman collection of Mount Shasta area views [graphic]

Views of Mount Shasta area including Black Butte summit and McCloud in Siskiyou County.

 
Richard Neil Lerner papers regarding the Telegraph Avenue Co-op Center Council in Berkeley, California, 1978-1989.

Materials relating to the Telegraph Avenue Co-op Center Council of the Consumers Cooperative of Berkeley, Inc., 1980s. Oversize folder contains floor plans, sections and designs for a proposed health food co-op store, as well as maps of Berkeley neighborhoods.

 
A. Richard Newton papers, 1972-1998.

Includes course materials, research files, project consulting files, and reprint publications.

 
Richard Northcott letters, 1921 October 8-10

(1871-1931). Two letters (ALS) from English biographer Northcott, to Dr. Wyatt Wingrave, re Wingrave's reminiscences of Adah Isaacs Menken, American Jewish actress, painter, and poet. Southbourne, [England], 8 and 10 October 1921. Found in Northcott's Adah Isaacs Menken (London ,...

 
Richard Press Wine Ephemera, 1976-1999.

Brochures, newsletters, and price lists from various California wineries and wine distributors.

 
Richard R. Korn papers, 1978-2002 (bulk 1981-1998).

Contains manuscripts and outgoing correspondence dealing with crime, criminal justice, and penology. Also includes Korn's poetry, a chapbook of poetry "Two Voices", laminated photographs of Korn in academic regalia, pamphlets, ephemera etc. Correspondents include his friend and publisher Robert Hawley.

 
Richard Realf letters, 1863-1968 (bulk 1863-1864).

Consists of letters from Richard Rolfe (Realf) to Sophie M. Smith written during the Civil War and Smith's comments on the letters. Also includes photocopies of letters written by Realf to other individuals during the Civil War, newspaper clippings and...

 
Richard S. Buswell photographs of Montana dwellings [graphic].

Montana dwellings: Medicine lodge (:1); Cactus covered roof no. 1 (:2).

 
Richard S. Floyd papers, [ca. 1876-1889]

Letters written to and by Floyd, president of the James Lick Trust; accounts; some minutes of meetings, memoranda and reports of the Lick Trust; photographs, specifications and blueprints of Lick Observatory (some mounted in a scrapbook); clippings; legal papers in...

 
Richard S. Sweeney correspondence, circa 1862

[Corporal, Kentucky Infantry, 5th Regiment (Vol), Company B, Louisville Legion]. Civil War correspondence, ca. 1862.

 
Richard Searle Sierra Club papers, 1968-1970.

Papers relating to Richard Searle's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Richard Smith letters : Downieville, Calif., to father Richard R. Smith, Bath, Me. : ALS, circa 1852.

Contains 2 letters of a miner's account of prices, conditions, lack of mail, large numbers of people coming to California for gold, and his eventual success while working a claim of another miner.

 
Richard Stanley Israel collection on California elections, 1948-1961.

Material on elections and political issues, primarily at the state and local level, but including Presidential campaign information. Largely focuses on Democratic Party politics in Oakland and Berkeley from the late 1940s to early 1960s. Includes Democratic State Central Committee...

 
Richard Strauss note, circa 1910s-1920s

One note [TN], in English, "Cuts for Rosenkavalier," n.d. Laid in Strauss' DerRosenkavalier (M1503.S916 R6 1943). Alpha list.

 
Richard Strauss note, circa 20th century

One note (AN), in English, content unclear, n.d. Laid in Strauss, Ariadne auf Naxox [vocal score] (M1503.S916 A7 1944). Alpha list.

 
Richard Varich Dey letters, 1855-1856.

20 letters from R.V. Dey to his mother and sister in New York describing early life in San Francisco. He includes an an account of Digger Indians (July 30, 1855), a steamship outbreak of cholera (Sept 18, 1855),an account of...

 
Richard Vaux letters, 1881 August 31; 1882 September 5.

Two holograph letters written from Philadelphia and signed by Richard Vaux, former Mayor of Philadelphia and a member of the U. S. House of Representatives, to Dr. Cohen. The first letter is about Mr. Sage being with Jen and having...

Richard Vogler Cruikshank Collection

In 1989 UCLA Chancellor Charles E. Young acquired the Richard Vogler Cruikshank Collection on behalf of the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts. Comprising 3,500 works on paper--drawings, prints, illustrated books, serials, and pamphlets, as well as letters and autographs--the...

 
Richard Walker Papers, 1972-2012.

The Papers of Richard Walker document his nearly forty-year career as a Professor of Geography at U.C. Berkeley. Included are records of his work with Faculty for Human Rights in El Salvador and Central America (FACHRES) in the early 1980s,...

 
Richard Wollheim papers, 1930-2002.

Correspondence (including a significant number of letters to and from U.C. Berkeley colleague, David Rynin), course notes and syllabi, newspaper clippings, lecture notes, articles, research notes and manuscripts.

 
Richards (Al) Travel Collection

The collection includes biographical information, manuscripts of travel memoirs, photographs, negatives, slides, maps, journal entries, and notes....

 
Richards (John), "Works Administration: Lectures Before the Student of the Leland Stanford Junior University"

Contains ten lectures on shop management; topics include expense, plant implements and processes, plant design, employees, measurements, machine tools, invention, cooperation, and selling the product.

 
Richards (Mary Caroline) papers

Papers document Richards's work as a scholar and teacher of English literature, her a poet, potter, and translator, and finally her lectures, workshops, and writings in art education. The papers emphasize the 1940s and 1950s, the period during which Richards...

 
Richards (Raymond G.) Caltech Course Lecture Notes

The course notes, syllabi, and reports of Caltech student Raymond G. Richards. Richards received his B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Caltech in 1940.

 
Richards (Richard) Papers

Richard Richards (1916- ) was a lawyer and legislator. He was the chairman of the Los Angeles County Democratic Central Committee (1950 & 1952), delegate at national conventions (1948-64), a Los Angeles County senator and a member of the California...

 
Richardson (Alvin Franklin) papers

Memoranda and reports, relating to Allied World War II policy planning for the postwar period.

 
Richardson (Beatrice A.) Collection

Beatrice A. Richardson was the director of both Physical Education and Dance at Scripps from 1938-69. She played a fundamental role in building the Scripps Dance department into a successful and widely recognized program. This collection consists of materials donated...

 
Richardson (Bruce) Papers

Hand-written letters make up the bulk of the collection. The letters were primarily written by Bruce Richardson while he was living in the Philippines, from 1904 to 1941. Other correspondences were addressed to Bruce Richardson or referenced him in some...

 
Richardson (Charles H.) field notes

The Charles H. Richardson field notes consists of two bound volumes spanning the years 1908-1911. Originally maintained by the author in three-ring field note binders, the notes were later removed and bound chronologically. The notes include journal entries and catalogs...

 
Richardson Film Personalities Collection, ca. 1930s-1940s

Photographs of film personalities from the 1930s and 1940s.

 
Richardson (Frances) collection

The Frances Richardson collection spans the years 1936-1969 (bulk 1940s-1950s) and encompasses approximately 8 linear feet. The collection consists primarily of production design drawings for 20th Century-Fox films. Artists include Edward Graves, David Hall, Addison Hehr, Dale Hennessy, Mark Miller,...

 
Richardson (Gardner) papers

Photographs, resolutions, and letters of gratitude, relating to relief work in Styria, Austria, and in Odessa, Russia, and to the University of Vienna Children's Clinic.

 
Richardson (George Mann) Letter to Firstall

Letter recounting the first year at Stanford University, in particular difficulties from the lack of equipment, the success of the football team in its first game against Berkeley, and a hiking trip Richardson and his wife took from Stanford to...

 
Richardson (George Mann) Papers

Correspondence, photographs, legal papers, albums and biographical material of George Mann Richardson, his wife Margaret Watson, their sons Alan and Remond, and Watson family relatives. Correspondence includes a family letter describing a trip to Colorado and New Mexico, 1887; letters...

 
Richardson (Grace) Collection

Printed matter, clippings, and badges, relating to the League to Enforce Peace; the American Red Cross; a 1919 reception for President Woodrow Wilson in Omaha, Nebraska; and women's suffrage in Nebraska

 
Richardson (Inez) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, minutes, speeches and writings, and printed matter, relating to international relations, international education, the role of radio and television in education, the 1930 White House Conference on Child Health and Protection, Herbert Hoover, the administration of Stanford...

 
Richardson (James H.) Papers

James Hugh Richardson (1912-1963) worked for the (1912), and the (1913). He covered many of the celebrated crime and court cases of the 1920s, including the Frieda Lesser homicide and the William Desmond Taylor murder mystery. He became the city...

 
Richardson (James) papers on the Ku Klux Klan in Southern California

Research materials, notes, transcripts and audio cassette interviews relating to the Ku Klux Klan group based in Southern California in the late 1970s and early 1980s. These materials were created, collected and assembled by James Richardson (b. 1953), who was...

 
Richardson (John) papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, memoranda, financial records, meeting materials, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American foreign and cultural relations, international relief efforts, and promotion of international democratic institutions.

 
Richardson (Leon Josiah) papers

The papers of Leon Josiah Richardson, Professor of Latin and Director of the University Extension at the University of California, Berkeley, contain correspondence, drafts and notes for articles, poems, and speeches, as well as material relating to his teaching of...

 
Richardson (Ralph G.) Papers

Ralph Richardson was a board member of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and the Los Angeles Community College District. He joined the faculty at UCLA in 1948 as a speech instructor. His wife, Mary Lou Richardson, served on...

 
Richardson (Robert C.) Papers

Correspondence, bulletins, directives, maps, and photographs, relating to American military operations in the Pacific Theater during World War II.

 
Richardson (Robert) collection on Southern California Theater

This collection consists of the research files on Los Angeles and Southern California theaters compiled by Robert Richardson. The focus of the files, which contain clippings, statistics, and ephemera, is the physical venues themselves (the theaters).

 
Richardson (Robert) collection on Southern California Theater

This collection consists of the research files on Los Angeles and Southern California theaters compiled by Robert Richardson. The focus of the files, which contain clippings, statistics, and ephemera, is the physical venues themselves (the theaters).

 
Richmond, Cyrus C. Papers, 1812-1903, inclusive; 1859-1851, bulk

Six letters that relate to Cyrus Richmond's business dealings in California. Three letters are from Richmond to his family back in Maine. The first, dated June 3, 1849 details his early impressions of life in San Francisco and the impact...

Richmond Local History Photograph Collection

Richmond Public Library’s digital photograph collection includes two hundred sixty photographs of historical interest on the City of Richmond from its earliest beginnings to 2007. There are photographs of the early settlers, local businesses, major industries, civic buildings, residences and...

 
Richmond P. Everett California scrapbooks, 1848-1856.

Scrapbooks labeled "California Scrapbook No.1" and "No.2," contain newspaper clippings concerning California life which have been pasted over the original entries in the day books.

 
Richmond Yacht Club photographs

The Richmond Yacht Club photographs, circa 1920s-1977, bulk 1930s-1940s, (SAFR 23370, P12-001) are comprised mainly of photographs and some ephemeral material regarding yachts and yachting related to the Richmond Yacht Club and surrounding San Pablo Bay harbor in Northern California....

 
Richter (Charles F.) Papers

This collection documents the life of physicist Charles F. Richter, who focused on geophysics and seismology. He is best known as the seismologist who developed the magnitude scale that bears his name. The papers consist of correspondence with professional organizations,...

 
Richter (Harald) collection

Bulletins, leaflets, clippings, and ephemeral printed matter and mimeographed material, primarily issued at the Universität Hamburg by student protest groups, relating to the university and to German and world politics. Includes some material relating to West German student radicalism.

 
Richter (Jean Paul) - Leonard da Vinci Biography

Two-volume holographic manuscript on the life of Leonardo da Vinci, French translation of Jean Paul Richter's (1880 edition in English), likely done by his wife Louise in 1884.

 
Richter (Max Clemens) Papers

Max Clemens Richter (1884-1973) was a commercial beekeeper, author of (1911), and owner of a book store, The Book Den. His Papers contain correspondence, photographs of various apiaries and apiculturalists, and scrapbooks relating to beekeeping, bee diseases, and queen bee...

 
Richter (Rudolf) miscellany

Memoranda, correspondence, and forms, submitted by R. Richter as part of the required application for membership in the Schutzstaffel of the German Nazi Party, relating to his genealogy.

 
Ricker (Christine) Diaries

Diaries with clippings, programs, notes, and letters concerning Stanford news and personalities, World War II and other political events, Ricker's activities in the Episcopal Church, and her circle of friends, most of whom were single working women like herself.

 
Ricketts, Ben. Letter : to his sister, 1862 May 14

Holograph letter written at Fort Marshall, Maryland, describing the fort.

 
Ricketts (Charles) Collection

This collection contains visual material created by Charles Ricketts, an English printer and artist active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

 
Ricketts (Edward F.) Papers

Personal and professional papers including incoming and outgoing correspondence, a few letters from Herbert Kline to John Steinbeck, notes on intertidal marine life, printed articles, manuscript notes of unpublished biology articles, a philosophical manuscript, financial records, photographs and notes from...

 
Ricketts (Norma B.) Papers

The Norma B. Ricketts Papers contain research materials on the Mormon presence in California, from the Gold Rush era to present day.

 
Ricks (William N.) Papers

The William Nauns Ricks Papers contain more than 450 individual poems and nearly 100 short stories and other works of prose, written or collected by Ricks between 1899 and 1963. The collection also includes a small amount of correspondence and...

 
Riddell, Adaljiza Sosa. Papers, [1960-2003].

The papers contain correspondence, subject files, curriculum materials, and research materials.

 
Riddle (Melvin) papers

The Melvin Riddle papers span the years 1918-1969 and encompass approximately 4 linear feet. The collection consists of miscellaneous papers, scrapbooks, and photographs....

 
Riddle (Waide Aaron) Writings

Typescripts of seven poems, 1996-2002, by writer Waide Aaron Riddle, who began writing poetry in 1995. The collection includes his 1996 award-winning poem, "Two Men Kissing," as well as a photograph, circa 2002, of the author himself.

 
Ridge (W. Sheldon) Papers

Clippings and notes, relating to political, social, and economic conditions in China and to Chinese history, foreign relations, and civilization.

 
Ridgeway (James) files on Southeast Asian refugees

This collection is comprised of materials collected by James Ridgeway that document refugee social services and educational organizations. The materials focus on organizations in Texas, the second most populous state after California for Southeast Asian refugees. An extensive list of...

 
Ridley (Charles Price) papers

Reports and other writings, relating to the role of elementary school textbooks in socialization in China; and microfilm of five elementary school textbooks published in South Vietnam, 1964-1973.

 
Riebe (Friedrich) personnel records

Private, German army; guard at Sachsenhausen concentration camp.

 
Riedel, W. R Papers 1965-1989

The collection includes correspondence largely dated 1979-1989 and subject files. Subject files include Riedel's files as a member of JOIDES Planning Committee, 1965-1970 which provided direction for the Deep Sea Drilling Project

 
Rieffel (Aristide) Collection

Primarily correspondence and writings [in French] of French philosopher, social scientist, journalist and inventor Rieffel, who spent his last years in Santa Barbara.

 
Rieffel (Aristide) Papers

Correspondence, writings, pamphlets, clippings, and photographs, relating primarily to the temperance movement in France and the United States, pacifism, international arbitration, the Society for Arbitration between Nations, Alfred Nobel and the Nobel Peace Prize.

 
Riegelman (Sidney) Papers

The Sidney Riegelman papers include correspondence, manuscripts, lecture notes, laboratory and research notes and reports, committee minutes, computer printouts. Received 9-11/82....

 
Riegger (Fred G.) typescript

Relates to philosophy.

 
Riegraf (Karl) correspondence

Relates to conditions in Allied prison camps after World War II

 
Riehl (Gordon) photograph collection

The Gordon Riehl photograph collection, circa 1935-1965, bulk circa 1935-1940, (SAFR 23382, P78-132a), is comprised mainly of photographs of sailing vessels in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States. The collection has been processed to the Item level and...

 
Rieke (Dieter) Papers

Memoirs, correspondence, judicial documents, videotape cassettes, and photographs, relating to political prisoners in East Germany. Includes judicial documents of and videotape cassette interviews with other prisoners.

 
Riese (Eugene) Collection of Musical Compositions and Arrangements, and Papers

The collection consists of manuscripts and published musical works, mostly for use in the Jewish liturgy, miscellaneous papers and newspaper clippings.

 
Rietveld (Harriet) papers

Notes, educational material, and printed matter, relating to missionary work of the Young Women's Christian Association in Chefoo, China; to 1931 flood relief in China; and to other missionary activities in China

 
Riga (Sandr) papers

Clandestine serial issues, other writings, and printed matter, relating to the ecumenical movement in the Soviet Union, political dissent, conditions in psychiatric hospitals, and Russian and Latvian culture.

 
Riga (Treaty of) typescript text

Treaty between Poland and Russia, signed at Riga, 1920 October 11, halting the Russo-Polish War.

 
Riggers' and Stevedores' Union Records

The Riggers' and Stevedores' Union Records include nine bound volumes of minutes from meetings from the years 1906-1919, and four folders of loose items from the years 1906-1918.

 
Riggins (Herbert L.) Collection, ca.1895

8 photographs & corresponding negatives of Alaskan gold rush scenes in area of Yukon known as Eldorado. Also one photo of Herbert Riggins.

 
Riggs (Ernest Wilson) papers

Memoirs and correspondence, relating to Turkish atrocities against Armenians in 1915; the expulsion of Americans from Turkey, 1920-1921; Turkish-American relations; and conditions in Greece during World War II.

 
Riggs (Lutah Maria) papers

The Lutah Maria Riggs papers span 253 linear feet and date from circa 1920 to circa 1984. The collection is composed of letters, diaries, student work and research, clippings, scrapbooks, ephemera, photographs, sketches, architectural drawings and reprographic copies....

 
Riggs (Marlon)

This collection documents the life and career of the documentary director, Marlon Troy Riggs, 1957-1994. The majority of the materials in the Collection are from the period between 1984 and Riggs' death in 1994, the decade of his concentrated film-making...

 
Right to believe motion picture film

Relates to religion in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.

 
[Rights of disabled persons/patients generally] : articles from the Mental and physical disability law reporter (formerly the Mental disability law reporter).

Three articles appearing in the column Summary, analysis and commentary reviewing the Burger court / edited by J. Parry (MPDLR/vol.8, no.6, MPDLR/vol.9, no.1, MPDLR/vol. 10, no.4). -- Developments in Patients' Bill of Rights since the Mental Health Systems Act /...

 
Rigler-Deutsch Index Computer Tapes

Computer tapes containing data from the Rigler and Deutsch Index of Recorded Sound (RDI), a union catalog of 78-rpm disc holdings from several major research libraries, including the Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound.

 
Rijksinstituut voor Oorlogsdocumentatie prospectus

Notes and summaries for a projected series of publications, relating to the history of the Netherlands during World War II.

 
Rijksuniversiteit te Gent congratulatory letter to Harvard University

Relates to the 300th anniversary of the founding of Harvard University. Photocopy.

 
Rikugun records

Surveys of buildings and other property in China.

 
Rile (Henry Franz) Collection, early 20th c., ca. 1914-1940

Photographs and negatives. Views of Southern California, particularly Santa Monica taken by Rile.

 
Riley (Frank Branch) Scrapbooks

Collection consists of three scrapbooks kept during his student years at Stanford, which include programs, clippings, photographs, class registration cards, and other memorabilia. Many of the newspaper clippings include illustrations and there are a number of pencil and ink illustrations...

 
Riley (Frank) Papers

Frank Riley (1915-1996) was an author, and the travel editor for the and the (1971-1988). His travel writings also appeared in other newspapers such as the , and . Riley also wrote screenplays, novels and short stories. The bulk of...

 
Riley (James A.) miscellany

Identification and other personal documents, printed matter, and miscellany, relating mainly to Latvia.

 
Riley (Lewis) Papers

The collection contains business papers of the lawyer Lewis Riley while practicing in Colorado and San Diego, California.

 
Riley (Miss Billy) Papers

The collection contains materials related to the tourism promotion activities of civic leader Miss Billy Riley.

 
Riley (Norman E.) Papers and Photographs

The collection includes negatives and prints from the photographer Norman E. Riley.

 
Riley Taylor document, 1864-1867

[Private, U.S. Cavalry, 5th Regiment]. One Civil War era document (ADS): Discharge, at end of three year enlistment period, 1864-1867.

 
Rimmel (Lesley A.) collection

Pamphlets, serial issues, and memorabilia, relating to civil rights in Hong Kong. Includes a plaster statuette commemorating the Tiananmen Square incident in Beijing in 1989.

 
Rinaldo Rinaldini Taylor papers, 1848-1866.

1848 diary with sparse entries re life in Boston, with some accounts; memorandum of his voyage from New York to San Francisco via Panama in 1849, with mention of his tending store for J.L.L. Warren at Mormon Island, noting prices...

 
Rindge and Adamson Family Papers

The Rindge and Adamson family have a long history in Malibu, California, dating back to 1892 when Frederick and May K. Rindge purchased the 13,300-acre Spanish land grant, Rancho Topanga Malibu Sequit, also known as Malibu Rancho, from Matthew Keller....

 
Ring (Frances) collection of Lawrence Clark Powell

Letters, clippings and other materials sent by Lawrence Clark Powell, librarian and author, to Frances Ring, editor of magazine.

 
Ring (Sidney) Papers

Collection consists of plays by or adapted by Sidney Ring, with material relating to his Music and plays, Hollywood, California....

 
Ring (Stanley) Collection

The collection consists of printed music, lists and catalogs, various letters and contracts, sound recordings, brochures, magazines, and musical comedy sheet music from Stanley Ring's Music Store in Hollywood.

 
Ringland (Arthur C.) papers

Memoranda and printed matter, relating to League of Nations cooperation with American Relief Administration activities in Russia, the attitude of Aleksandr Kerensky in 1921 toward American Relief Administration activities in Russia, and subsequent Soviet attitudes toward American Relief Administration activities...

 
Ringside photos [graphic]

Photographs of boxing matches, with boxers and dates of fights given. Advertising sign in background indicates a San Francisco location.

 
Rini Templeton Papers, 1970-1999.

The collection represents a small gathering of correspondence and research files and an extraordinarily large collectinof original work containing thousands of images created by Rini. The manuscript material includes correspondence, photographs and slides, and original work produced by the artist.

 
Rink Photographs

Rink photographs consist of images of the 1975 and 1979 San Francisco pride parades, Bruce Billings and Castro the Dog from 1985, Arthur Evans from 1997, and an unidentified male couple kissing.

 
Rio de Janeiro Photograph album

Album containing 35 amateur small (9 x 13 cm) color snapshot photographs of Rio de Janeiro.

 
Riordan (Richard J., Mayor) Administrative Papers

The collection contains records from the Los Angeles mayoral administration of Richard J. Riordan. The holdings in this collection span the years from 1980 to 2001, focusing on the years in which Richard J. Riordan was mayor of Los Angeles...

 
Rios (Sam) Papers

Consists of faculty files, correspondence and project files including the Mexican American Project.

 
Ripley (H.L.) papers

This collection includes photographs and an unpublished diary written by H.L. Ripley while he traveled on horseback through Mexico in 1888-1889. A handwritten essay by Ripley from 1868 on the topic of manliness is also included.

 
Risdon (F. Ray) Collection of Lincolniana and American Political Life

F. Ray Risdon collected Lincolniana for almost fifty years. His collection passed to Occidental College Library in 1957, by which time he had amassed 3000 monographs, 1500 pamphlets, and 85 linear feet of non-book items. Of special interest to Mr....

 
Riseley (Jerry B.) Papers

Jerry B. Riseley (1920- ) was a author and a columnist for the . He wrote (1989), (1969), (1969), and (1970). The collection consists of Riseley's manuscripts, typescripts, legal papers, briefs, and clippings. Included are copies of Riseley's columns printed...

 
Riseley (Jerry B.) typescript

Relates to military operations of the 503rd Parachute Infantry Regiment in the New Guinea campaign during World War II, especially to the parachute landing at Nadzab, New Guinea, and to circumstances surrounding the death and presumed suicide of the regimental...

 
Rising, Willard Bradley Photographs from the Willard B. Rising papers [graphic]

Includes portraits of Hermann Kopp, Howard P. Short (as a young man taken in Central House, Calif.), Koluholsky[?], and Prof. Carl Schmidt. One small photo of the Laboratories de L'Ecole des Hautes Etudes from Aix-la-Chapelle (Aachen), Germany, is also present.

 
Risley (Thomas E.) Papers

The Thomas Risley papers measure 9 linear inches and date from 1900 to 1938. The collection is arranged in seven series: Personal information, Clubs and organizations, Financial records, Fresno County schools, Fresno politics, Property, and Photographs....

 
Risling (David) Papers

Files, audiotapes, newspaper clippings, newsletters, reports, memos, legal papers on subject of Native Americans. Includes information about Indian education, Indian law, and Native American Rights Fund (NARF).

 
Ristic (Dragisa N.) Papers

Correspondence and writings, relating primarily to Yugoslav military operations and diplomacy during World War II, and to postwar Yugoslav émigré affairs. Includes postwar correspondence between D. T. Simović and Winston Churchill, and a book-length study by D. N. Ristić relating...

 
Ritch (William G.) Collection

The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, documents, and maps in both English and Spanish related to the history of early and territorial New Mexico collected by William G. Ritch. The very early portion of the collection (1539-1700) contains original manuscripts, contemporary...

 
Ritchie (Lorelei D.) Interviews

Interviews with Panamanian politicians, journalists, businessmen, and university officials, relating to political, economic and human rights conditions in Panama

 
Ritchie, Robert Yarnall. Photographs of the Super Chief train of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad [graphic]

Photographs show views of deluxe train cars, the Super Chief on its maiden journey, the Denver Zephyr, scenes along the Santa Fe railroad line, dignitaries on board the train, etc. Some views show aspects of life on the rails: reading,...

 
Ritchie (Ward) Collection

The collection contains over 800 of Ritchie monographs and approximately 200 pamphlets, college catalogs, and other printed matter from Anderson, Ritchie & Simon, the Ward Ritchie Press, and the Laguna Verde Imprenta. It also contains biographical information about Ward Ritchie...

 
Ritchie Ward collection, circa 1975-1993

A collection of 34 of Ward Ritchie's Laguna Verde imprints with some correspondence laid in, a handwritten list of imprints through no. 24, a newspaper article about Ritchie, and a matted black and white print of Ritchie. A more detailed...

 
Ritchie (Ward) Papers

The Ward Ritchie Press collection consists primarily of job packets, typescripts, manuscripts, lectures, correspondence, photographs, ephemera, sketches, page and galley proofs, poetry, and some personal items....

 
Ritos y ceremonias Judaicas : ms., [undated]

Description of Jewish rites and ceremonies, evidently prepared for the instruction of inquisitors.

 
Ritson, Joseph Manuscripts [of] Joseph Ritson and Joseph Frank of Stockson on Tees, 1800-1832.

Bound volume of manuscripts by, and collected by, Joseph Ritson, Joseph Frank, and others.

 
Ritson (Max) typescript

Compilation of transcripts from letters, relating to conditions on the British home front during World War II.

 
Ritt (Martin) papers

The Martin Ritt papers span the years 1938-1990 (bulk 1957-1990) and encompass 29.8 linear feet. The collection includes scripts, production material, contracts, clippings, personal and professional correspondence, scrapbooks, and photographs. One scrapbook covers Ritt's theater career, while a second contains...

 
Ritter family Papers, 1841-1916, bulk 1862-1905

This accession consists of correspondence, poems, photographs and legal and financial papers of the Ritter families of Syracuse, New York, and Hampden, Wisconsin. A considerable part of the collection consists of letters exchanged by William E. Ritter of Hampden, Wisconsin...

 
Ritter (Gerhard) writings

Writings, including Kirche und Internationale Ordnung, relating to the ecumenical movement and world peace, and Die Fälschung des deutschen Geschichtbildes im Hitlerreich, relating to the falsification of the German historical image in the Hitler Reich

 
Ritter (James E.) Journals

6 Journals from January 1989 to November 1994. Daily entries capture the life of an HIV positive gay male living in Northern California.

 
Ritter (Kurt W.) collection

Sound and videotape recordings of speeches by Ronald Reagan, relating to American politics. Includes a printed article by K. W. Ritter relating to Reagan as a rhetorician.

 
Ritter, Mary Bennett Diaries, 1919-1937

The Ritter diaries record the daily activities and observations of physician Mary Bennett Ritter, wife of the founder and first director of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The diaries record events at the Scripps campus and include information on Ritter's...

 
Ritter, William Emerson, 1856-1944 Photographs, 1927-1940

The collection consists of eleven black and white photographs including images of William E. Ritter, Mary Bennett Ritter, Ellen Browning Scripps, and an unidentified man who resembles E.W. Scripps. These photographs belonged to William E. Ritter and his wife Mary...

 
Ritter, William Emerson Papers, 1893-1944 bulk 1903-1923

The collection includes William E. Ritter's correspondence as director of the Marine Biological Association of San Diego, which became the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. The collection also includes manuscripts of Ritter's scientific publications and lectures. The collection includes an unpublished...

 
Ritterman (Irving) Collection of Autographs and Musical Memorabilia

The majority of the collection consists of autographs and autographed photographs of famous composers, conductors, and vocalists from the early 20th century.

 
Rittner (T. H.) reports

Relates to detention of ten leading German physicists in Great Britain from May to December 1945. Reports include transcripts of surreptitious sound recordings of conversations among the physicists, relating to German nuclear research during World War II, and to reactions...

 
Ritz (Kreemah) Papers

The collection contains flyers, posters, scripts, photographs, newspaper clippings, and audio-visual materials that document the performances of The Cockettes, a San Francisco-based theatrical troupe, and of Sylvester, a singer who performed with The Cockettes and then pursued a solo career.

Ritz (Rosalie) courtroom drawings

COLLECTION RESTRICTED: See Information for Researchers for more information. Original courtroom art depicts many famous California trials of the late 1960's to early 1980's. These drawings were used to report on the trial in the media, as cameras were not...

 
Ritz, Rosalie. Papers from the Rosalie Ritz courtroom drawings, circa 1968-1982.

Contains the supporting textual documentation relating to Rosalie Ritz, her career as an artist, and the court cases which she documented. Includes copies of incomplete typescript drafts she was preparing for a planned publication titled "Trials: Art, Media and the...

 
Rivano (Juan) papers

Writings and notes, relating to philosophy and sociology.

 
Rivenburg, H. H. Letter : to his family, 1863 March 29

Holograph letter written at the regiment hospital camped near Bell Plain, Virginia regarding hospital work and hot air balloons.

 
River Lines Company records

This collection, River Lines Company records (SAFR 13560, HDC 15), consists of freight receipts and abstracts of way bills from 1945. This collection is processed to the collection level and is available for use without restrictions.

 
River Restoration Projects Collection

Collection of river restoration project plans for various sites in California. Compiled by Prof. for his Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning (LA227) course, "Restoration of Rivers and Streams," University of California, Riverside. Several of the plans were prepared for the...

 
Rivera (Diego) Prints

Photographic prints of art murals taken while on exhibit.

 
Rivera (Tomás) Archive

Tomás Rivera was born on December 22, 1935 in Crystal City, Texas. Rising from humble beginnings as the son of Mexican migrant farm workers, Rivera went to Southwest Texas State University, where he received his B.S. in English Education in...

Rivergarden Farms

This collection consists of an album of 79 photographic prints of Rivergarden Farms, an agricultural area apparently located near the Sacramento River in the vicinity of Knights Landing (Yolo County) and Grimes (Colusa County), California. The photos were taken circa...

 
Rivers of Sand, 1959 [motion picture]

This 22 minute color film presents the story of the discovery of underwater sand-falls in the Cape San Lucas submarine canyon, Baja California. The film includes aerial shots of the Cape San Lucas area, an outline of the submarine canyon,...

Riverside and Los Angeles Area Views, circa 1880-1889

Photographs include views of Pasadena, missions, ostrich farms, agriculture, orange groves, landscapes, a multiplate panorama of Los Angeles, and numerous booths decorated with flowers, each representing a Southern California city in an exposition or fair.

 
Riverside, California photographs (Collection of)

This collection contains photographic material that documents the landscapes, people, and culture of Riverside, California.

 
Riverside, California views [graphic] /

Includes two views of streets, one lined by palms and pepper trees, the other with a canal at one side; and one photo of avocado harvest.

 
Riverside County, Calif., Office of the County Recorder records, 1916-1941.

Contains correspondence, notice of locations of mining claims, proof of labor in Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino counties, marriage licenses, deeds, crop mortgages and tax records for the county of Riverside, Calif.

Riverside Public Library Citrus Label Collection

The Citrus Label Collection consists of citrus labels (mostly orange, but some lemon and grapefruit examples) mainly from the southern California counties of Riverside, San Bernardino, Los Angeles, and Orange. The collection ranges from early naturalistic labels like Gypsy Queen...

 
Riverside Quartz Mine (Tuolumn County, Calif.) Records

Legal documents, deeds, stock certificates, and by-laws pertaining to the Riverside Quartz Mine....

 
Riverside Youth Concert Organization records

This collection contains administrative records, press clippings, and other material from the Riverside Youth Concert Organization, an organization in Riverside, California that provided children with the opportunity to perform, theatrically and musically, for the public.

 
Riverwalk Jazz Collection

Since 1989, educates and entertains public radio listeners with a program devoted to celebrating traditional jazz and popular music of the pre-war era, featuring performances from the Jim Cullum Jazz Band and guests. This collection contains copies of all the...

 
Rivest (Ronald L.), "Estimating a Probability Using Finite Memory" [videorecording]

Tape of a lecture given at Stanford University on January 24, 1984, as part of the Forsythe Lecture Series.

 
Rix, Edward A. (Edward Austin) Photographs from the Edward A. Rix papers [graphic]

Collection includes a photo-catalog of the Rix Compressor and Drill Company and several loose photos depicting post-1906 earthquake rubble of the company (located in San Francisco, near Market St.), an office interior, and Mechanical Engineers Association dinner in 1910. The...

 
Rix Family Correspondence

Correspondence to Sarah Rix of Connecticut from various family members, including her brother Charles Allen Rix in Dunlap, Iowa. Charles' correspondence, as well as that of his nephew George Tracy Rix, describes life in Iowa from 1870-1903. Other letters in...

 
Rixford (Mary C.) Papers

Collection relates to Allied propaganda, primarily British, during World War I, and to medical aspects of the war, especially activities of the American Red Cross

 
RKO Photo Collection

Movie stills donated by Radio-Keith-Orpheum Productions, Inc., 1931-1933.

RKO Radio Pictures photographs

The RKO Radio Pictures photographs span the years 1929-1958 and encompass approximately 140 linear feet. The collection consists entirely of motion picture production photographs for 833 feature films distributed by RKO. Included are scenes, portraits of the players in character,...

 
RKO Studio Records

RKO Radio Pictures, Inc. was founded in 1928 and continued as a major motion picture studio for more than 27 years. The collection consists of script files, production information files, music scores and arrangements, script synopses and reader's reports, story...

 
RKO Studios Collection

Framed pictures, photographs, miniature set, displays showing construction of sets, design of costumes and other objects used in filming "Top Hat" and "Nit Wit" by Radio Keith Orpheum Studios. ca. 1935

 
Río, Nicolás del. Records of legal proceedings, 1762-1764.

Records of legal proceedings, kept by the alcalde of Santa María del Oro and Indé in the state of Durango. Include complaints, testimony and judgments rendered.

 
Road Maps of California, Other Western States, and the United States Collection

This collection includes 169 route maps and 22 sheet maps issued by the Automobile Club of Southern California (ACSC). Some of the card maps identify gas stations and rest stops along the highways.

 
The Road to Wounded Knee [sound recording]

Reel 1: Chronology. Chronology of events through the first four weeks of the occupation at Wounded Knee, the declaration of an independant Oglala Nation and the armed struggle with U.S. Marshalls. Includes Dennis Banks, a director of AIM; Carter Camp;...

 
Robb (Felix C.) papers

Correspondence, writings, photocopies of contracts, and printed matter, relating to a project of the George Peabody College for Teachers to provide technical assistance for the improvement of education in South Korea.

 
Robb (James M.) Papers

Includes typescripts of James M. Robb's manuscript "Carry On" written while he was a patient at the Bilibid prison-hospital in the Philippines during World War II; correspondence from his parents' efforts to locate the manuscript, 1946-48; reports and documents pertaining...

 
Robbins (Alan) Papers

Alan Robbins, Democrat, was a State Senator, 1973-1991. He initially represented the 22nd Senatorial District. Following redistricting in 1974, he represented the 20th Senatorial District. The Alan Robbins Papers consist of 15.5 cubic feet and are organized into three...

 
Robbins (George W.) Papers

George W. Robbins was a UCLA alumnus. He returned to teach Economics as an assistant professor (1931), was the head of the University Extension program, chairman of the Department of Business Administration, and Dean of the Graduate School of Management....

 
Robbins (Jack) Collection, 1955-2007

The Robbins Collection contains drawings, personal papers, awards submission binders, completed project photographs, slides, newspaper clippings, correspondence, notes, contracts specifications, and preliminary sketches from Robbins career, spanning 1955 to 2007. The records come from Robbins work as the Director of...

 
Robbins (Reed) Collection

The Reed Robbins Collection consists of approximately 20 linear feet of correspondence, maps, photographs, books, pamphlets, notes, and reports, pertaining chiefly to California (and especially to San Joaquin County) real estate and politics (1947-1987)....

 
Robelo C. (Alfonso) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, programmatic statements, agreements, memoranda, press releases, and printed matter, relating to the Nicaraguan revolution of 1979, political and human rights conditions in Nicaragua under the Sandinista government, activities of anti-Sandinista Nicaraguan resistance organizations, relations between these...

 
Robert A. Waring papers, 1907-1964.

Letters from E.A. Dickson, C.H. Rowell, and G.E. Mowry; and documents and clippings relating to the organization and activities of the Lincoln-Roosevelt League in California.

 
Robert Allen correspondence and papers, 1849-1856.

Mainly letters to Allen with a few from him concerning his duties as Quartermaster at Benicia. Include several from H.W. Halleck, some pertaining to civil fund expenditures and to the printing and circulation of the California Constitution.

 
Robert Allerton Parker portraits [graphic]

3 prints are portraits of journalist, editor, biographer and critic Robert Allerton Parker. 3 prints depict a sculpted portrait of Parker.

 
Robert and Sarah Lester indenture, 1805

Indenture, Great Britain, 1805. Includes typescript transcription. Gift of Mrs. W. Edwin Hobson

 
Robert Arthurs letter, 1886, 1887

Photocopy of one letter ( TL)S to Robert Lomas, re Civil War experiences and reply from Lomas, 1886, 1887.

 
R[obert] B. Douglas letter, 1897 December 23

One letter (ALS) from author Robert B. Douglas, to a Mr. Keeson re a ticket for a lottery conducted in conjunction with the Paris Exhibition of 1889. Paris, 23 December 1897. Alpha list.

 
Robert B. Semple letter : Benicia City, Calif., to Thomas O. Larkin, Monterey, Calif., 1848 Dec. 13.

Photocopy of original manuscript letter discussing real estate business concerns, transactions, and propositions in "Yerba Buena" [i.e. San Francisco], "Benicia City" [i.e. Benicia], and Sacramento, California including the sale of lots and a two-story hospital to care for miners. The...

 
Robert B. Stinnett photograph collection [graphic].

Historic buildings and locations in California. Focus is chiefly Northern California, with many locations in the Gold Country and Sierra Nevada towns as well as Napa and Mendocino counties, the Mount Shasta and Mount Lassen vicinities, etc. Also, copy photographs...

 
Robert Barrett Collection, 1978-1987.

Clippings, court briefs, audio tape, phone record, correspondence, promotional material

 
Robert Barton family photographs [graphic]

Collection includes pictures of the Barton family, their house, R.G. Barton Vineyard, etc. Also includes portraits of Laurette Taylor, John P. Sousa, Elsie Janis, Paderewski, Robert Barton, and the Lampers Club of Fresno, Calif. Outdoor scenes (Fresno area?), and interior...

 
Robert Bastian clippings of his newspaper editorial cartoons : scrapbooks, 1954-1968.

V. 1,- 1954-Mar. 16, 1956; v. 2, Aug. 1955-Jan. 3, 1957; v. 3, Jan. 4, 1957-Mar. 9, 1958; v. 4, Mar. 11, 1958-May 20, 1959; v. 5, May 21, 1959-Oct. 16, 1960; v. 6, Oct. 17, 1960-Apr. 22, 1962; v....

 
Robert Bastian political cartoons [graphic]

Large collection of photographs of political cartoons drawn by Robert Bastian. Subjects focus on the politics of the 1960's including the Vietnam War, President Nixon, Kent State University, the United States economy, the Daily Californian (U.C. Berkeley's student newspaper), KQED,...

 
Robert Bennet Mediterranean photograph album, circa early 1930s

About 200 b/w photographs, many commercial, captions in English compiled by United States Merchant Mariner Robert Bennet. Includes images of Egypt (Cairo, Pyramids, Alexandria), Lebanon (Beyrouth/Beirut), Palestine (Haifa, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem), Syria, Italy (Naples), Gibraltar, Marseille, Morocco (Casablanca), Algiers, and...

 
Robert Bigham Brode papers

The Robert Bigham Brode papers including correspondence, course materials, notebooks, administrative files and artifacts.

 
Robert Bowes letters received, 1863-1916.

Include letters from William Henry Bateson, Spencer Compton Cavendish, 8th Duke of Devonshire, Frederic William Farrar, Helen Gladstone, Arthur Gray, David Masson, Roden Berkeley Wriothesley Noel, William Bruce Robertson, Herbert Stephen, Charles William Stubbs, Howard Overing Sturgis and William Aldis...

 
Robert Browning envelope, 1871

(1812-1889). One stamped envelope, addressed to Miss (?) Field, Aubrey House, Notting Hill, England, 1871. Alpha list.

 
Robert Browning holograph poem, 1883 August 7

(1812-1889). One holograph poem signed, from "Garden Fancies: The Flower's Name." London, 7 Aug. 1883. Alpha list.

 
Robert Bruce Psuik / Navy Pier oral history, 1984

Re Santa Barbara Navy Pier.; Harbormaster, S.B. Interviewer: Psuic, May 1, 1984 – May 8, 1984. Interviewee(s): Gene M. Harris; Okley G. Braaley; Transcript: None found. Related materials: Copy of front pages of MA thesis. Arrangement: A19789/CS: Interview with Gene...

 
Robert C. Stebbins illustrations of western reptiles, amphibians and birds [graphic].

Original gouache paintings by Robert C. Stebbins used to illustrate the field guide Western Reptiles and Amphibians (by Robert C. Stebbins, most recent ed. published 2003). Includes paintings of salamanders, newts, toads, frogs, turtles, geckos, lizards and snakes. Also includes...

 
Robert Campbell papers from various sources.

Campbell was a fur trader in the American West, ca. 1825-1835.

 
Robert Collyer letter, 1908 December 21

One letter (ALS) from English-born American Unitarian clergyman, to unnamed friend, reflecting upon days gone by. New York, Dec. 21 , 1908. Found in unsorted SC. Alpha list.

 
Robert Collyer note, circa 1823-1912

(1823-1912). 1 note (ANS), 1867, and 1 letter (ALS), n.d. (Transferred from SC 60).

 
Robert Craig Chambers correspondence, 1866-1867.

Mainly letters from William A. Bolinger concerning the sale of a mine in Plumas County.

 
Robert D. Brotherson collection of the Activist group of poets : and other material, circa 1912-2003.

Contains correspondence, corrected galleys, final manuscripts (some with annotations) and original copies of poems, publications and newspaper clippings chiefly related to the works of Activist poets. Also contains business correspondence of Woolmer/Brotherson Publishers, Inc., from numerous authors and publishers related...

 
Robert D. Harlan papers, 1947-2000.

Contains mostly research and writings for Harlan's books on John Henry Nash, David Hall & William Strahan, and William Doxey. Also includes several copies of various articles, keepsakes, book reviews, and interviews by Dr. Harlan concerning Anton Roman, George Labon...

 
Robert Dewey Bristol papers, ca. 1894-1932.

The papers relate primarily to the publication of the Book of the Fair and the Book of Wealth. Include correspondence with Hubert Howe Bancroft and his wife and children, and with Francis B. Graves, Edward H. Mitchell and Charles O....

 
Robert Dollar Company notebook

The Robert Dollar Company notebook (SAFR 18483, HDC 140) was kept by the company cargo agent. It is arranged and tabbed alphabetically and includes copies of contracts, booklets and ruled paper with handwritten notes. It is dated 1916 to 1923....

 
Robert Dollar Company photographs

The collection consists of images of the Dollar family, the Dollar lumber empire in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and the many activities of the Dollar Steamship Lines across the globe throughout the first half of this century....

 
Robert Dollar photograph collection [graphic]

Includes photographs of Dollar Steamship Lines steamers and other vessels, exterior and interior, and portraits of Robert Dollar and family.

 
Robert Duncan letters to Pauline Kael, 1940-1946.

Comment on his work and work of other writers; art and literature, politics, etc. Copies of poems, essays and other works frequently included as enclosures.

 
Robert E. Bason collection of the writings of John Sanford, circa 1904-2003

Mss, also related collection of printed works, mainly first JS first editions [how many?]; also see a couple of association sets, i.e. owned by Sanford.

 
Robert E. Hennings summaries of interviews with California Democratic politicians, 1959-1960.

Contains summaries of 9 interviews with California Democratic politicians used for Hennings' doctoral thesis, "James D. Phelan and the Wilson Progressives of California." Interviewees include: Mrs. Henry Hyer (Ethel Robertson) Whiting; Thomas M. Storke; Eleanor Wilson McAdoo; John B. Elliott;...

 
Robert E. Lee, 1865 April 9

Copy of Currier & Ives, "Surrender of Genl. Lee, at Appomattox C. H. Va. April 9th, 1865." [Oversize boxed]. [is this a contemporaneous copy or recent copy?]

 
Robert E. Lee portraits, circa late 19th- 20th century

Portraits. Mainly engravings from diverse sources. [Oversize boxed].

 
Robert Eccleston diaries : and materials related to publication : ms.S, 1849-1856.

Drawings throughout. Diary begun, Apr. 3, 1849, on journey to California as a member of the Fremont Association of New York. Landing at Galveston from the ship, Benjamin R. Milam, the party proceeded overland via the Tucson cut-off. Subsequent volumes...

 
Robert Edgar Sanderson World War II letters, 1944-1948.

Letters from Robert Sanderson to mother, sister, and others.

 
Robert Edward Duncan papers, 1948-1959.

The papers include letters from Duncan to John Allen Ryan, typescript copies of poems by Duncan, and holographs and typescript copies of poems by a variety of poets.

 
Robert Edward Duncan papers, 1960-1977.

Include letters addressed to John Martin, Werner Vordtriede, Cid Corman; manuscript of an untitled poem; and photocopy of a typescript of A Play With Masks, a masque Duncan wrote for a gathering of friends, and a ticket for a Duncan...

 
Robert Edward Duncan papers, circa 1938-1969.

Includes eight notebooks containing drafts of poems, journal entries, prose sketches, writings in early stages, dream fragments, etc., covering the years 1940-1969; and letters to him, circa 1938-1941, from Harvey Breit, Nicolas Calas, Lawrence Durrell, Mary Fabilli, Charles Henri Ford,...

 
Robert Edward Duncan papers, circa 1944-1966.

Box 1. Letters written by Duncan, primarily to Robin Blaser, with a few addressed to Jack Spicer; a few letters written to him; Christmas and birthday cards designed by him and Jess Collins, sent to Blaser; copy of his 1961...

 
R[obert] E[dward] Lee facsimile, 1870 September 19

Facsimile of 1 ALS to nephew Fitzhugh Lee. Lexington, Virginia, 19 Sept. 1870.

 
R[obert] E[dward] Lee letters, 1862

Holographic copies of 2 Civil War ALS to Jefferson Davis and the People of Maryland, 1862.

 
R[obert] E[dward] Lee photostat letter, 1863

Photostat of 1 Civil War ALS to James A. Seddon, Secretary of War, re cold weather and need for shoes and warm clothing for troops, 1863. [same as Wyles SC 387?].

 
Robert (Elyse) collection on Ruth St. Denis

Elyse Robert (1901-1993) danced for Ruth St. Denis' Church of the Divine Dance between 1934 and 1968. During this time, Robert performed with Ruth St. Denis (1880-1968), a pioneer of modern dance, for many events and in numerous churches in...

 
Robert Ernest Cowan papers.

Primarily materials relating to Cowan's Collection of rare Californiana, purchased for the University of California by Collis P. Huntigton in 1897. Includes correspondence; newspaper clippings; invitation for a reception for Phoebe A. Hearst's loan collection, 1916; and list of items...

 
Robert Ervin Howard letters to R.H. Barlow, 1934.

Concerning the MSS. and illustrations for his Weird Tales.

 
Robert Ervin Howard poems and related papers : Cross Plains, Texas, 1923-1940.

The poems, in typescript and manuscript, were assembled about 1939, with a view to publication, a project afterwards carried out under the title Always Comes Evening; the Collected Poems of Robert E. Howard (Sauk City, Wisconsin, 1957) The accompanying papers...

 
Robert Eugene Bell papers concerning the Grabhorn Press, circa 1971-1977.

Correspondence, notes, and drafts relating to Bell's research on Jane and Robert Grabhorn and the Grabhorn Press. Includes correspondence with Jane Grabhorn and others associated with the Press; excerpts from the diaries of Jane Grabhorn; and reminiscences of William Saroyan...

 
Robert Eugene Burke correspondence with Culbert L. Olson, 1949-1954.

Correspondence chiefly concerning Burke's study of the Olson papers and acquisition of the papers by the Bancroft Library.

 
Robert F. Williams correspondence : Piedmont, Calif., with Charles J. MacGarvey, Stevenson, Md., and William Bronson, Palo Alto, Calif., 1954-1958.

Four letters (4 p.), three of which concern copies of Charles Lamb's Elia (1823) and The last essays of Elia (1833) being offered to Williams by MacGarvey; the fourth is from Bronson and concerns a copy of "Mrs. Atherton's article."

 
Robert Field Stockton correspondence, 1846-1848.

Includes letters to William Mervine and Henry Augustus Wise; and letter from William Brown Ide concerning proclamation of the Bear Flag Republic.

 
Robert Frost collection of papers, [ca.1936-1951]

Includes letter to Curtis H. Page; photocopy of last will; manuscripts of seven poems and of his preface to the work of Sidney Cox; and miscellaneous items initialled by Frost or relating to him and his work.

 
Robert Frost letters, 1928.

Two letters from Robert Frost to Milton J. Ferguson, dated March 9 and March 21, 1928.

 
Robert Frost letters and telegrams : Calif., Vermont, Florida, N.H., Mass., and Texas, to Louis Mertins, ALS and TLS, 1932-1960.

Consists of 19 letters and telegrams, of which many refer to Frost's lecture tours and to trips to California. With these: notice of funeral service for Elinor Frost, Apr. 22, 1938.

 
Robert Frost manuscripts, 1935-1945.

In the Long Night (A.ms.S, 1943) and Name Unnamed (A.Ms.S, 12/20/35). With these: poem by Wilfrid Gibson, The Golden Room, with note in Frost's handwriting at end (A.ms.S, 4/20/45).

 
Robert Frost's homes and countryside [graphic] /

Most photographs show Robert Frost's homes in England; Derry, New Hampshire; and in Ripton, Vermont. The Vermont photographs focus on the countryside in the surrounding area. Three photographs show scenes at a San Francisco event in honor of the 90th...

 
Robert G. Wells papers, 1863-1864

[Civil War Union Lieutenant, New York 10th Infantry, Recruiting Office]. 14 Civil War documents (ADS), including vouchers for office supplies, police utensils, recruiting supplies, and commutation of quarters (lodging), 1863-1864.

 
Robert Gentry Papers

This collection comprises the political and professional papers of Robert F. Gentry, the first openly gay elected official in southern California and first openly gay mayor in the state of California. Gentry served as mayor and a city councilmember in...

 
Robert Gordon Sproul and the University of California : oral history transcript / and related material, 1973-1976.

Recollections of her long years of service with Robert G. Sproul in the University of California, from the comptroller's office to the presidency. With this: documentary material supporting the interview, including reprints of his inaugural address, memorial tributes, etc.

 
Robert Gordon Sproul family photographs [graphic]

Albums show launchings of the U.S. William W. Campbell, October 29, 1943 (Permanente Metals Corp.) and of the S.S. Benjamin Ide Wheeler, November 27, 1942 (California Shipbuildings Corp.). These show shipyards, launching ceremonies, and related social events. Loose photographs include...

 
Robert Gordon Sproul oral history project /

Interviews with various university officials and friends of Robert Gordon Sproul.

 
Robert Gordon Sproul oral history project : oral history transcripts / 1984-1987.

Interviews with various university officials and friends of Robert Gordon Sproul.

 
Robert Gordon Sproul papers, 1958-1965.

Files kept while member of the National Parks Advisory Board concerning the redevelopment of old Sacramento and the preservation of the San Francisco Mint. Include correspondence, clippings, reports and related materials.

 
Robert Gordon's Opening Speech, Tuscarora, Nevada

This is a hand-written manuscript of Robert Gordon's "Opening Speech" for a debate in Tuscarora, Nevada. The manuscript is undated and unsigned, but contains edit marks.

 
Robert H. McFarland correspondence and railroad ephemera, 1930-1950.

Contains mostly correspondence, some on letterhead stationery, between McFarland, other railroad enthusiasts and organizations, and railroad companies. Most of the letters concern the buying and selling of railroad photographs. Also includes some railroad ephemera, a brochure for The Western Pacific...

 
Robert H. Willey Legal Collection

The collection of Robert H. Willey contains records pertaining to Willey’s law practice in Monterey County from 1879-1916. The first series consists of records documenting various Willey family legal transactions. Series two consists of a variety of legal records that...

 
Robert Hale Merriman collection, 1935-1986.

Collection includes manuscripts, unedited and edited, of the book, AMERICAN COMMANDER IN SPAIN: ROBERT HALE MERRIMAN AND THE ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRIGADE, as well as clippings, and other miscellaneous documents, chiefly photocopies, relating to the Merriman and the book.

 
Robert Hawley correspondence : Kensington, Calif., 1970-2011.

Contains handwritten and typescript correspondence to an antiquarian bookseller and poetry publisher in California and his wife. Includes letters and publications from Archibald Hanna, the curator of the Western Americana collection at Yale University concerning book collecting, publishing activities of...

 
Robert Hoath LaFollette papers, 1928-1970, undated.

Contains correspondence, campaign materials, speeches, manuscripts, clippings, paintings, photographs and other printed ephemera. The collection focus on political campaigns and political reform in New Mexico and the United States including documents concerning Kefauver's and Hubert Humphrey's bid's for president, the...

 
Robert Hurd Blossom papers, 1860-1891.

Consists of land deeds, land patents, mortgage records, court records, a ranch brochure and other business documents from Blossom's ranch.

 
Robert J. Kerner papers, 1907-1956.

Correspondence, notes, research materials and publications related to Prof. Kerner's research and teaching in history at U.C. Berkeley. Primarily material on Slavic countries, Russian and Soviet history and diplomacy, and Eastern Europe. Focus is on the late 19th and early...

 
Robert K. Reid letters : State Asylum, Stockton, Calif., to John Y. Lind, [San Francisco, Calif.], 1854.

Two handwritten letters of a personal nature from Robert K. Reid, the superintendent the state asylum, to his cousin containing references to the cool relationship between them and some details of Reid's recent financial difficulties.

 
Robert Kelly letters to Harvey Bialy, [ca.1966-1973]

Discussion of poetry, particularly influence of magic; other poets; etc. Also included: letter from Gerrit Lansing to Bialy, May l3, l968, with copies of two of his poems; and Robert Duncan's letter, Dec. 9, l982, to the director of The...

 
Robert L. Herbert correspondence with Pat and Fred Cody, 1952-2010.

Contains circa several hundred typewritten letters between Robert L. Herbert and his sister and brother-in-law, Pat and Fred Cody. Contents mostly deal with family matters but with frequent mention of the Cody's bookstore. Also includes a small amount of clippings...

 
Robert L. Singerman papers, circa 1975-2000

Contains research files, upublished typescripts, correspondence, and photocopies mostly concerning the writings of I.N. Choynski, a prominent San Francisco Jewish journalist. Includes Robert L. Singerman's unpublished typescript of selected excerpts from I.N. Choynski's columns, writing under the pen name of...

 
Robert L. Usinger papers : additions, 1956-1968.

Martha Usinger correspondence, ca. 1974-ca. 1996; a draft version of Usinger's autobiography; manuscript on Usinger's ancestry; bibliography of Usinger's writings, 1969; correspondence re the Usinger memorial fund; reviews of Usinger's writings.

 
Robert L. Usinger papers, [ca. 1930-1977]

Primarily Usinger's papers as a professor of entomology at the University of California, Berkeley. Includes correspondence, drafts and other materials relating to Usinger's publications; materials relating to grant proposals; Martha Usinger correspondence; research materials, including field notebooks; photographic materials; and...

 
Robert L. Usinger photograph collection [graphic]

Includs photographs for his book "Robert Leslie Usinger : autobiography of an entomologist;" many childhood pictures and snapshots of Usinger; many portraits, especially groups of entomologists at meetings and events in various places; also photographs of outings, including Galapagos Islands.

 
Robert L. Vaught papers, circa 1948-1990

Includes correspondence, writings, teaching materials, grant proposals, and biographical materials.

 
Robert Lansing papers, 1915-1922.

Confidential memoranda and character sketches, together with notes mainly concerning European diplomacy. Microfilm of manuscripts in the Library of Congress.

 
[Robert Louis Stevenson and his home at Vailima, Samoa]

One photograph of Stevenson seated with a large group of Samoans and Europeans on the porch, presumably of his house at Vailima. This scene is identified by the National Library of New Zealand as Stevenson's birthday party, approximately 1893. One...

 
Robert Louis Stevenson collection of letters and papers , ca.1873-1949.

Include letters written by him to his mother and father, to James M. Barrie, to Jules Simoneau and to others; a letter from his father; and letters, reminiscences, papers, etc., about him, assembled from various sources.

 
Robert M. Ivie collection, 1953-2004.

Ivie's files related to brandy and the American Brandy Association.

 
Robert M. Royce legal papers, 1910-1913.

Typed transcripts of briefs, and other materials, as attorney with Austin Lewis, for three cases appealed to the California District Court of Appeals and Supreme Court. Includes case of Charles Alden vs. Pacific Coast Lumber and Mill Company.

 
Robert M. Underhill oral history, 1974

Interview with the Vice President and Treasurer of the University of California, about his career at UC, how Santa Barbara became part of the UC system, and the acquisition of the Goleta campus of UCSB. Interviewer: Robert Mullin. Interviewee(s): Robert...

 
Robert M. Underhill papers, 1933-1983.

Correspondence, reports, biographical information, and photographs (of Los Alamos) concerning his career and activities with the University of California as an accountant, treasurer, and consultant.

 
Robert Marshall Anderson letter to his nephew, Charles A. Gauld : Circleville, Ohio : LS, 1936 Dec. 29.

Concerning his stay in Mexico, 1906-1907; quotations from notes made by William Marshall Anderson on Mexico in 1865-1866, included.

 
Robert McE. Hunter scrapbook and papers, 1862-1930.

Collection contains copies of Hunter's published articles and letters to the editor, correspondence, ephemera, and printed pamphlets from organizations he was involved with. Items from his life in Liverpool (bulk 1870's-1880's) include writings about English politics, income tax, London and...

 
Robert McF. Doble papers, 1879-1910.

Letters, reports, reprints and maps of the consulting engineer, relating to hydro-electric power developments in Colorado, Mexico and California, and to irrigation in Colorado.

 
Robert McF. Doble photograph collection [graphic].

Includes photographs of engineering projects to which Robert McF. Doble contributed: the Guanajuato Canal Project in Mexico, the New New Century Dam and Gore Canyon project in Colorado, the San Miguel Canal Project (also in Colorado), and various other hydro-electrical...

 
Robert McGuffey Mexican War letter, 1848.

Letter written on February 2, 1848, the day that the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ending the Mexican War was signed. Besides describing the Louisiana countryside, McGuffey relates a conversation with General Zachary Taylor.

 
Robert McGuffey Mexican War letter, 1848.

Letter written on February 2, 1848, the day that the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo ending the Mexican War was signed. Besides describing the Louisiana countryside, McGuffey relates a conversation with General Zachary Taylor.

 
Robert McNulty papers, 1959-1967

Correspondence with William Haller, the Renaissance Society of America (W. J. Bouwsma, William Nelson and Rensselaer W. Lee), and the New York Public Library (George Freedley); manuscripts and reprints of his writings; notes concerning John Milton and other authors, and...

 
Robert Mills collection, 1861-1863

Photocopies of Fred Hurst Civil War correspondence, mainly 1861-1863, and Selim E. Woodworth diary, re Donner relief party, winter of 1846-1847. Permission to quote requires written authorization by Mills. Agreement suggests Bancroft also may have copies, or perhaps originals (see...

 
Robert Milton Kibby papers, circa 1953-1999.

Included in: History of science and technology collection

 
Robert N. Campbell papers, 1953-2008.

Correspondence, notes, and reprints related to Campbell's work as professor of plant pathology.

 
Robert Nicholson papers, 1811-1873.

Includes last will and testament, diplomas from Transylvania University, Kentucky, business correspondence, and letters to his daughter Ann (Mrs. William Anderson Scott) With notes and correspondence of William Anderson Scott concerning the Nicholson family and property in Ireland.

 
Robert O. Ballou correspondence, 1923-1928.

Letters received while editor of the Chicago Daily News and the Ben Franklin Monthly, mainly concerning articles and reviews written for the publications, from Bruce Rogers, James Guthrie, James Weldon Johnson, D. B. Updike, Thomas A. Boyd, Clarence Darrow, Paxton...

 
Robert O. Briggs papers, 1971-1995.

Includes scrapbooks and photographs related to the University of California Marching Band.

 
Robert O. Easton oral history, circa 1985

In recalling his youth on the Sisquoc Ranch, Robert O. Easton recaptures the real life experiences he used in writing his novels. He also describes Harvard University during the Depression, where he edited The Harvard Lampoon, and recalls his military...

 
Robert O'Brien scrapbooks of his column, Riptides, 1946-Feb. 1948.

The column appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle.

 
Robert O'Brien scrapbooks of "Riptides," 1946-1952.

Clippings of "Riptides," a column O'Brien wrote for the San Francisco Chronicle between 1939-1952. Columns for 1950 are lacking. Consists of 8 volumes.

 
Robert Offley Ashburton (Lord Houghton) note, 1962 July 21

One note (ANS) from Charles Clay, re names of sisters mentioned in Lord Houghton's Gleanings from Beranger (1889). [London], 21 July 1962. Alpha list.

 
Robert Ormes Dougan oral history, circa 1983

As librarian for the University of Dublin and the Huntington Library, Robert Dougan recounts such experiences as the rebinding of the Book of Kells and his efforts to augment the Huntington's extensive collections. He also introduces the reader to the...

 
Robert P. Ferry miscellany, 1915-1919.

Chiefly letters to Robert Ferry in Milwaukee, Wis., from various members of his family, mostly involving family matters. There are two letters from his brother Phil written from Pasadena, Calif.: one from Oct. 12, 1915, details Phil's ideas and sketches...

 
Robert P. Maynard letters to Mrs. Alfred W. DuBois, 1901-1905.

Letters concern Mrs. DuBois' property in Tacoma and Seattle, Washington.

 
Robert Paul Smith note, 1944 January 27

One note (TNS) to Eleanor Howard, re her review of The Journey. Laid in Smith's The Man with the Gold-Headed Cane. New York, January 27 , 1944. (PS3537.M752 M3). Purchase from Houle, $30, [1982?]. Alpha list.

 
Robert Penn Warren autograph, 1972 November 27

Autograph from American author Robert Penn Warren, on postcard sent to Ken E. Gerkort, Harvard, NE, November 27, 1972. Alpha list.

 
Robert Pierce Grant ledgers : A.ms.S : San Francisco, 1862-1863.

Ledgers record the business of Pierce's drinking water delivery company in San Francisco; also, a copy of letter from Helen L. Grant concerning her grandparents and the business operation.

 
Robert R. Givens letters to family, 1849-1859.

Negative microfilm of typed transcripts of 22 letters, describing overland journey to California in 1849; mining at the Agua Frio Mines, Mariposa County, 1850-1852; and farming on Texas Ranch, 1852-1859.

 
Robert Reasoner Self-Esteem collection, 1983 - 2000 (bulk 1991 - 1995

Materials donated by Robert Reasoner, founder the National Council for Self-Esteem and president of the International Council for Self-Esteem, relating to the California Center for Self-Esteem, National Association for Self-Esteem, International Council for Self-Esteem, and his own work. Also includes...

 
Robert S. Curry Personal Papers and Photographic Materials

The materials predominately consist of color slides taken during Robert S. Curry's travels to Mayan cities, California, and the Southwest.

 
Robert S. Stone papers, 1940-1956.

Correspondence, including letters from Paul C. Aebersold, Charles S. Cameron, Horace R. Gaither, Alan Gregg, Hugh F. Hare, Bertram V.A. Low-Beer and Shields Warren; manuscripts of papers; and notes relating to his teaching career and to his studies of the...

 
Robert S. Wharton Brazilian correspondence, 1868

One lengthy letter [ALS] from Robert S. Wharton, former Civil War Union officer and traveler, to his sister Lizzie Wharton of Pennsylvania. The letter includes nine sketches, some in color, and describes life among Confederate expatriates who have settled in...

 
Robert S. Zeiger papers, circa 1930s-1990

Files of Zeiger, an Old Catholic bishop

 
Robert Scott Antarctic [Terra Nova] Expedition Photographs, 1910-1913.

From dealer description: Collection of 16 glass negatives comprising eight plates taken onboard Terra Nova and seven negatives of other vessels (possibly seen during the outward voyage). Of the plates taken onboard Terra Nova, the subjects include a study of...

 
Robert Shafer notes on Uto-Aztecan linguistics, circa 1960-1969.

Contains grammar of several Uto-Aztecan languages including but not limited to Hopi, Tubatulabal, Numic languages, Takic (or Luisenic) languages and Piman languages. Grammar includes words for animals, plants, body parts, actions, and numbers 1-5. Not every language is represented for...

 
Robert Sibley collection of pictorial material [graphic]

Includes portraits of various members of the Sibley family, and family travel in Europe. Views the Golden Gate International Exposition, 1939-1940, San Francisco, and the World Power Conference, 1936, Washington, D.C. Photos of family events and banquets (including the family...

 
Robert Sibley papers, circa 1898-1956.

A few letters to Sibley, including letters from Stanley E. McCaffrey and Frank M. Jordan; miscellaneous papers relating to his work for the California Alumni Association and the East Bay Regional Park District; and manuscript of a biography of Sibley,...

 
Robert Spira correspondence, 1960-1981.

Consists of personal, academic and professional correspondence of Robert Spira during his time as associate professor of Mathematics at Michigan State University (1964) and assistant professor of Mathematics at the University of Tennessee (1964-1967).

 
Robert Stacy-Judd Collection circa 1923-1962.

This collection is a sampling of some of the works by Robert Benjamin Stacy-Judd, an architect flourishing in Southern California from the 1920s through the 1960s. These samplings include a letter, a newspaper article, an announcement for a lecture series...

 
Robert Stockton Williamson field notes, sketch maps and diary : ms., 1849.

Record A.Ms., (July 28-Oct. 5, 1849) for U.S. Topographical Engineers' survey under command of Captain William H. Warner (killed by Indians, Sept. 26) Exploration of the northern Sierra Nevada, chiefly along the Lassen Cut Off, for a possible railroad route.

 
Robert Tannenbaum oral history, circa 1995-1996

Bob Tannenbaum with David E. Russell, Bob Tannenbaum: An Unfolding Life, Integrating the Personal and Professional (Santa Barbara: UCSB Oral History Program, 1995) pp. 389. Following the printing of a limited hardbound edition, the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management...

 
Robert Tjian papers, circa 1955-1997.

Included in: History of science and technology collection.

 
Robert Todd Lincoln letter, 1883 March 14

(Secretary of War). One letter (ALS) responding to request of J. J. Jones of Chicago, re current government employment of Augustus Funk. Washington, Mar. 14, 1883. Found in unsorted Wyles SC.

 
Robert V. Golden Sierra Club papers, 1947-1980.

Papers relating to Golden's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
Robert Walker Kenny papers : additions, 1902-1961.

Includes letters from A.L. Bancroft, John B. Elliot, Jerry Giesler, Thomas J. Mooney and Earl Warren; clippings and miscellaneous papers.

 
Robert White receipts : Placerville, Calif., 1865.

from University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center;

 
Roberta Stevenson papers, 1951-2000.

UC Davis publications and ephemera.

 
Roberti (David A.) Papers

These papers document the years David Roberti spent as California State Assemblymember for the 48th District (1967-71) and as California State Senator (1971-94). This includes his years as President Pro Tem of the Senate (1980-1994). The Roberti Papers consist of...

 
Roberti (Mark) collection

Dispatches, reports, memoranda, and sound recordings, relating to negotiations and plans for the transfer of Hong Kong from British to Chinese sovereignty. Includes photocopies of United States State Department documents released under the Freedom of Information Act; drafts of the...

 
Roberto Assagioli papers, circa 1970s

Typsescripts and Articles

 
Roberto Berdecio papers, 1931-1995.

Consists of Berdecio's personal and professional papers, spanning his career from the 1930s through the 1990s, as well as articles, photographs, books and Taller Gráfica Popular print materials. Also, concerns Berdecio's work on the restoration of the "Hidalgo Libertador" mural,...

 
Roberts (Alan) Photographs of the Lionel Williams Trial

Alan Roberts photographs of the trial of Lionel Williams, accused killer of Sal Mineo, undated.

 
Roberts (Clete) Papers

Clete Roberts (1912-1984) was a broadcast journalist and documentary filmmaker. The collection consists of broadcast scripts, reporter's notes, research materials, contracts, correspondence, articles and publicity material, awards, printed matter and ephemera, financial and legal documents, photographs, and audio reels and...

 
Roberts (Donovan) Collection, 1961-1965

Photographs, slides and sound recordings. Photos of architecture, primarily Victorian houses in Los Angeles and a few in Pasadena and Monrovia, California. Also views of Sonora and Chihuahua, Mexico. Included are photos of Luz Corral de Villa, widow of Pancho...

Roberts (Edward V.) Papers

The Edward V. Roberts Papers, 1953-1998 [bulk 1975-1995], consist of writings, professional activities, subject files, and biographical information documenting Roberts's leading role in the movements for disability rights and independent living. The majority of the material is about Roberts's professional...

 
Roberts Family Papers

The Roberts Family Papers document the activities of a family who achieved many milestones for African-Americans in California. Frederick Roberts was the first African American to graduate from Los Angeles High School and the first African American state assemblyman. In...

 
Roberts (Frank N.) papers

Memoranda, reports, operations journals, rosters, notes, charts, maps, military studies, and intelligence summaries, relating to the operations of the Allied armed forces in Burma, and the Japanese occupation of Burma during World War II.

 
Roberts (Helen M.) Collection

The Helen Moore Roberts Collection consists of much nineteenth century family correspondence (notably of letters to Capt. J. Milo Hinton from his children and from English relatives); family photographs; dance programs; souvenir booklets and magazines. Many of these dance publications...

 
Roberts (Henry E.) Collection

Henry E. Roberts was photo concessioner for General Grant National Park from 1900-1930. His collection of glass plate negatives, cellulose negatives, prints, stereographs, slides and correspondence weaves together different stages in Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks history. The wealth...

 
Roberts (Holland) California Labor School Collection

The bulk of the Holland Roberts California Labor School collection consists of the first draft of Roberts' memoirs, written circa 1971, centering on his time at the California Labor School. The memoirs provide a retrospective view of the School and...

 
Roberts (J. Milnor) miscellaneous papers

Transcript of interview relating to American military operations during World War II, especially V Corps activities on D-Day, and to postwar Army Reserve activities; printed matter; and an album of photographs depicting the return to the United States from service...

 
Roberts (James A.) Papers

Papers pertain to his work as an environmental engineer in the United States and abroad and include reports, impact statements, proposals, correspondence, memoranda, contracts, financial records, publications, maps, and plans. Collection also includes Environmental Case Law materials and course materials...

 
Roberts (Josephine) Collection

Family papers for the Wyman, Jean and Hubbard lines; also the Jean Hotel, 840 So. Flower Street, Los Angeles; Jean Investment Co. Framed and unframed photographs, family documents, and clippings. 1865-1962, undated

 
Roberts (Mary Catherine) Papers

Correspondence, clippings, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to American Red Cross relief work in Siberia during the Russian Civil War.

 
Roberts, Oran Milo Letter : to C. H. Randolph, 1861 May 24.

Holograph letter written at Tyler, Texas to the State Treasurer, regarding Randolph signing Gov. Roberts' name to a draft for back salary.

Roberts Photograph Collection

The Roberts Photograph Collection documents life on the Yurok Indian Reservation along the lower Klamath River in northwestern California, primarily during the period of 1915 to 1933. It is the private collection of Mrs. Ruth Kellet Roberts, containing 536 photographs,...

 
Roberts, William J. Collection

Dr. William J. Roberts (1952-2004) began his radio ministry at KFWB, Hollywood, California in 1935.  In 1945 he initiated the Dr. Roberts and family broadcast, “Family Bible Hour,” broadcast by KGER, Long Beach, California.  In 1960 Dr. Roberts joined the...

 
Robertson (Alfred W.) Papers

Biographical files, correspondence, documents, clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, and sound recordings of a leading California State Assembly member from Santa Barbara, responsible for introducing and leading support of a bill to authorize transfer of Santa Barbara State College to the University...

 
Robertson, A.T.

Born in Chatham, Virginia, during the time of the Civil War, Archibald Thomas Robertson (1863-1934) grew up on the small farm in Statesville, North Carolina, purchased by his family after the war. He was baptized in 1876 in the Baptist...

 
Robertson (Charles Arthur) letters

Letters to family members, relating to the concluding phases of World War II in Europe, and to American military government policies in occupied Austria, especially in Wels.

 
Robertson (David) Papers.

Essays, coursework, correspondence, lectures, notes, exhibit catalogs, reviews, books, photographs, manuscripts, publications and exhibition information, audiotapes, flyers, and posters.

 
Robertson (H. P.) papers

H. P. Robertson was professor of mathematical physics at Caltech in 1927-1929 and again from 1947 until his death in 1961. He made notable contributions to the fields of relativity and cosmology and held important positions in the U.S. government...

 
Robertson, J. R. (James Riley) Photographs from the J.R. Robertson papers [graphic]

Photographs were taken during Robertson's European trip in 1963 and at his retirement in 1969. European locations include Budapest and Moscow. Other photos are of official functions of the International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union: meetings, congresses, etc.

 
Robertson (Peggy) papers

The Peggy Robertson papers span the years 1958-1992 and encompass approximately 5.4 linear feet. The collection contains scripts, many of which are annotated, and production material for nine films made by Alfred Hitchcock as well his unproduced film THE SHORT...

 
Robertson (W. Graham) Papers

W. Graham (Walford Graham) Robertson (1866-1948) was a dramatic author, and author/illustrator of several books, including: (1908), , , , and . The collection contains scrapbooks of clippings about Robertson's work, and photographs of Robertson and actors and actresses such...

 
Robertson (William Davidson records

William Davidson Robertson papers (SAFR 14292, HDC 84) consists of engineering drawings, correspondence, notes, articles and patent for Robertson's track laying machine dating from 1867 to 1868. This collection has been processed to the collection level and is open for...

 
Robie (Ronald B.) Papers

The Ronald B. Robie papers consist of files and documents assembled by Robie during his years with the Assembly Committee on Water, the State Water Resources Control Board, and the California Department of Water Resources. The collection contains materials whose...

 
Robin Blaser papers, 1955-1971.

Letters to Robert Duncan discussing Duncan's poems, his own work, news of mutual friends, etc. Typescript manuscript of his own poems also included.

 
Robin (Eva) Papers

Eva Robin was born in Russia around 1877 and came to the U.S. with her family when she was six years old. She served as president of the Delaware Equal Suffrage Association and the National Council of Jewish Women in...

 
Robin Kinkead papers, circa 1933-1936.

Correspondence of Robin and David Kinkead.

 
Robin Lampson papers.

Included: manuscript of his novel, Laughter out of the Ground, and of his poem, The Mending of a Continent.

 
Robin Leigh papers, 1941-1995 (bulk 1960-1973).

Contains diary entries, correspondence, writings, artwork, and legal documents of Robin Leigh. Also includes records of the BlackMan's Art Gallery, consisting of history of the gallery, catalogs and press releases.

 
Robinett (Paul McDonald) papers

Writings, copies of correspondence, and a pamphlet, relating to the battle of Kasserine Pass during World War II; to the book by Martin Blumenson, entitled Kasserine Pass (Boston, 1967); and to centralization of the American armed forces in 1947. Includes...

 
Robinette Family Papers

Theodore Julius Robinette's ship's log (1860) describes his voyage from Philadelphia to San Francisco on the Morning Light captained by B.A. Johnson. Robinette's log provides mileage figures, course, wind direction and other remarks, chiefly concerning the weather. Civil War era...

 
Robin/Music in America photograph collection

This collection consists of photographs and slide reproductions of historical objects, scenes and people relating to the development of American music

 
Robins (Joan) papers

The Joan Robins Papers contain documents relating to various lesbian and feminist organizations and conferences. Also included is information related to organizing in defense of the Equal Rights Amendment and reproductive rights and against the Family Protection Act.

 
Robinson & Crandall Lantern Slides

Collection of approximately 93 lantern slides created by Robinson and Crandall of Palo Alto, California, apparently for the Stanford University Electrical Engineering Department.

 
Robinson and Una Jeffers letters, 1917-1937.

5 letters from Robinson and Una Jeffers.

 
Robinson (Arthur Granville) papers

Writings, printed matter, and phonorecords, relating to American naval operations in World War II, the bombing of the Marblehead in 1942, and trials of Japanese accused of war crimes.

 
Robinson (Boardman) cartoon

Depicts V. I. Lenin playing chess against Woodrow Wilson, David Lloyd George and Georges Clemenceau.

 
Robinson (Charles W.) printed volume

Relates to business enterprise and to American foreign relations during the presidential administration of Gerald R. Ford.

 
Robinson (Clarence C.) Photo Albums

Four photo albums that primarily contain photos taken in Texas, California, and Hawaii. Includes World War I era photos of Fort Sam Houston, and photos of Kamehameha School, Honolulu (1920s-1930s).

 
Robinson Collection

The collection contains correspondence, financial, legal, and religious materials pertaining to a number of apparently unrelated individuals and organizations, primarily from Massachusetts and other parts of the eastern seaboard, from the mid-18th to the early-20th centuries. Some documents in the...

 
Robinson (David) Collection

Barbara McClintock Project to Cure AIDS records from 1993 and an undated booklet from the group Pink Tank.

 
Robinson (Edgar Eugene) miscellaneous papers

Speech, interview summaries, and diary entries, relating to Herbert Hoover as President, and to meetings between Hoover and Robinson.

 
Robinson (Edgar Eugene) Papers

Correspondence, journals, newsclippings, drafts and manuscripts, lecture notes, syllabi, student term papers and administrative documents relating to Dr. Robinson's tenure as chairman of the History Department, his publications, work with the Commonwealth Club, and local defense activities during World War...

 
Robinson (Eliasaf) Tel Aviv Collection

An eclectic mix of materials relating to the history of Tel Aviv. Included are census materials, advertisements from the 1920s and 1930s, maps and completion certificates for buildings constructed between 1935-1948, postcards, photographs, municipal documents, land deeds, visa and employment...

 
Robinson (Elizabeth) collection of Bowen and Van Allen family papers

Letters and manuscripts between and created by members of the Bowen and Van Allen families from the 1820s through the 1860s. Correspondents and authors are: Rev. Charles Bowen; his wife Jane Wilson Bowen; her brother David Wilcox; Rev. Bowen's daughter...

 
Robinson (Elmer E.) Americana

Correspondence, documents, photographs, early American newspapers, and printed matter. Includes documents signed by George Washington and 27 other U.S. presidents, government officials, and seven early California Governors. Correspondents include William Jennings Bryan, Hamilton Fish, eight U.S. presidents, and other American...

 
Robinson (Elmer E.) Collection

This collection includes letters, autographs, account books, and printed material by or about noted figures in American history and politics. Also included are materials of general historical or political interest....

 
Robinson (Elmer E.) Papers

Reports, mayoral and campaign speeches, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and historical documents documenting Robinson's mayoralty, which was noted for its many building programs, including the start of redevelopment. The papers provide a snapshot of post-World War II activities and changes undertaken...

 
Robinson (Frank and Frances) Files on Upper Newport Bay Preservation

This collection consists of Frank and Frances Robinson's research materials relating to issues surrounding the proposed land exchange between the County of Orange and The Irvine Company that would have allowed the latter to develop the Upper Newport Bay, California....

 
Robinson (Frank D.) drawings

The Frank D. Robinson drawings span 12 linear feet and date from 1958 to 2000. The collection consists of architectural drawings, reprographic copies, and one presentation board, all of residences in the Santa Barbara region....

 
Robinson (Frank) papers

This is Robinson's collection of fully arranged clippings related to AIDS.

 
Robinson (Henry M.) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, minutes of meetings, memoranda, conference documents, notes, and printed matter, relating to the United States Council of National Defense during World War I, the Paris Peace Conference, the Allied Supreme Economic Council, the Dawes and...

 
Robinson (Irene) Drawings

The Irene Robinson Collection of Artwork contains artwork relating to Irene Robinson's professional work. The collection contains illustrations from sixteen texts, all authored by W.W. Robinson. These texts, published largely between 1931 and 1966, include both children's picture books and...

 
Robinson, (Jacob) mimeograph

Published (New York, 1958). By J. Robinson and Philip Friedman.

 
Robinson Jeffers collection of letters and papers, [ca. 1924-1955]

Letters from Jeffers and Mrs. Jeffers to various persons, including George Sylvester Viereck and Cyril Clemens; holograph MSS of three poems; his statement for the International Mark Twain Society Symposium for G.B. Shaw; clippings of poems (some signed); typed copy...

 
Robinson Jeffers letters : to Connie Flavin Palms, Carmel, Calif., circa 1943.

Manuscript correspondence (12 items) consisting of small love-letter notes written on paper and scraps of envelopes. Two of the notes appear to be poetry. One of the poems is written on a full sheet of paper. Also includes a small...

 
Robinson Jeffers letters, 1931-1943.

Nine addressed to Frederic I. Carpenter; one to Alfred A. Knopf; one to Thomas R. Smith.

 
Robinson Jeffers photographs, circa 1920s

Collection of nine lack and white photos, some at Tor House and some inscribed to Harry Taylor. Alpha list.

 
Robinson (Jerome) Theatrical Photographs collection

Jerome Robinson (1910-1976) was the official photographer for the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in New York (1930-31), published a book titled, (1938), joined the staff of magazines, and did theater features for magazine. He moved to Hollywood, California (1943) and...

 
Robinson, Leighton (Captain) scrapbook of maritime clippings

The Captain Leighton Robinson Scrapbook of Maritime Clippings, 1928 (SAFR 22223, HDC 1617) consists of a 1926 Yearbook used as a scrapbook by Captain Leighton Robinson.

 
Robinson (Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E.) Collection of Film Stills and Photographs

This small collection consists of film stills, publicity portrait photographs of film actors and actresses, and personal photographs that Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Robinson donated to Loyola Marymount University.

 
Robinson (Peter) papers

Drafts of the books by Peter Robinson, It's My Party: A Republican's Messy Love Affair with the GOP (New York, 2000), and How Ronald Reagan Changed My Life (New York, 2003), and correspondence and research materials used in their preparation....

 
Robinson (Richard H.) Papers

This collection contains the published articles, literary manuscripts and other papers of Orange County, California writer Richard H. Robinson. Included are manuscripts of his short stories and screen plays; newspaper and magazines articles; and cartoons dating from the 1960s to...

 
Robinson Versus Pauling Case Files

Photocopies of legal documents pertaining to litigation initiated Arthur B. Robinson, an employee and co-founder of the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine, against Linus Pauling, the Institute, and several members of the Board of Trustees for, among other...

 
Robinson (W. Heath) The Child's Arabian Nights

The manuscript consists of 84 pen and ink and watercolorimages by the famous British illustrator and humorist W. Heath Robinson for (London: Grant Richards, 1906).

 
Robinson (William H.) papers

The William H. Robinson Papers (SAFR 13553, HDC 8) consists of 18 items including correspondence regarding Robinson's service in the United States Navy.

 
Robinson (W.W.) papers

William Wilcox Robinson (1891-1972) wrote many pamphlets, articles, and books on Southern California history, including: (1939), (1948), (1968), and (1969). He also wrote poetry, fiction, children's books, and essays, and served on boards of numerous organizations. The collection contains manuscript...

 
Roble Hall (Sequoia Hall) Stanford University Report

This report consists of pre-demolition and demolition photographic documentation, along with a summary statement and a copy of the Historic Values Information Brief produced by the Stanford University Planning Office....

 
Robles (Vincent) Southern California Pride Parade Photographs

Vincent Robles photographs of Southern California pride parades including Los Angeles, Orange County, and Long Beach, 1982, undated.

 
Robley Cook Williams papers, circa 1932-1990.

Personal and professional correspondence arranged alphabetically (circa 1932-1985); professional files; files from WIlliam's career at the University of Michigan; files from William's career at UC Berkeley; and some personalia. The UC Berkeley files document William's work in the Virus Lab...

 
Robnett (George W.) Papers

Reports, speeches, and writings, relating to federal control of education, and to socialist and communist movements in the United States

 
Robson (Mark) Papers

Collection consists of materials related to the career of motion picture producer and director, Mark Robson. Includes scripts, photographs, production material, promotional material, clippings, correspondence, storyboards, and sketches. Production and promotional material contains budgets, shooting schedules, ads, reviews, and industry...

 
Robson (Mark) Papers

Mark Robson (1913-1978) was a motion picture producer and director. He directed , , , and . He produced and directed , , and . The collection consists of scripts and related materials for the film, .

 
Roby Wentz correspondence relating to type specimens used in the California farmer, 1959-1982.

Correspondence, clippings about the history of the "California farmer and journal of useful sciences", and film transparencies. "California farmer" was an early California newspaper devoted to agriculture.

 
Roccaforte (Francesca) papers

Francesca Roccaforte is a photographer and teacher living in San Francisco, California. This collection contains photographic prints from several of her projects ranging from documenting horse races to Italian historical sites.

 
Rocco (Pat) Papers

Photographs, scripts, programs, and related records documenting Pat Rocco's careers in radio, television, and theater; erotic still and motion picture photographer and producer; photojournalist; provider of emergency shelter for the homeless; and known for his charity, organizational, and collaborative work...

 
Rochester (George W.) papers

Correspondence, press releases, memoranda, speech, and clippings, relating to the election campaign of Ronald Reagan for governor of California in 1966, and to California state politics during his gubernatorial administration.

 
Rochlin (Harriet) Collection of Material about Women Architects in the U.S.

Harriet Shapiro (b.1924) was a freelance writer and contributor of articles, feature stories, and reviews to magazines and scholarly journals. She also published the novel, (1981) and the photodocumentary, (1984). She married Fred Rochlin in 1947. The collection consists of...

 
Rochlin (Harriet) Collection of Photographs of Western Jewish Life

Harriet Rochlin began collecting Western Jewish photographs in the late 1960s to illustrate articles she was writing on Jewish pioneering in the American West. The collection grew significantly when she and her late husband, Fred Rochlin, contracted with Houghton Mifflin...

 
Rochlin (Harriet) Collection of Western Jewish History

Harriet Shapiro (1924- ) was a freelance writer and contributor of articles, feature stories, and reviews to magazines and scholarly journals. The collection consists of biographical information relating to Jewish individuals, families, businesses, and groups in the western U.S. Includes...

 
Rochman (Sue) Papers

These files contain the research and notes of journalist Sue Rochman on HIV/AIDS and prison populations. Materials include correspondence from prisoners and prison activists, published articles, reports by government agencies and non-profit organizations, and handwritten notes from interviews, conversations, and...

 
"Rocket 86" Film Promotion Press Books

Pressbooks produced and distributed by National Telefilm Associates, Inc. (NTA) as the "Rocket 86" campaign for TV film release. Most of the films date from the 1930s-1940s and most were produced by 20th Century Fox Studios. Arranged alphabetically by film...

 
Rockport Redwood Company Records

The records of the Rockport Redwood Company, a predecessor of the and the are a rich resource on the redwood lumber business from the early 1940s to the mid-1960s. The files contain correspondence, reports, legal records of land transactions, surveys...

 
Rockrise (George T.) Collection, 1935-1991

The George T. Rockrise collection contains some personal documents, such as letters sent to family during Rockrise's years as a Fulbright Scholar in Italy, holiday cards and travel sketches, but is mostly comprised of professional papers, office records and project...

 
Rockstroh (William J.) Papers

The William J. Rockstroh papers consist of the Chief Engineer's logbook for the SS Sea Devil from November 1943 to March 1944, a US Coast Guard Merchant Marine engineering license exam booklet and a photograph of Mr. Rockstroh in his...

 
Rockwell (Don A.) Papers

Don A. Rockwell served as Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, Davis. This small collection contains Rockwell's lecture notes as well as several articles he wrote.

 
Rockwell (George Lincoln) speech

Sound recording of a speech delivered at Brown University, relating to fascist political perspectives in the United States.

 
Rockwood (Lawrence Peck) papers

Court-martial transcript, legal records, personnel records, correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to the court-martial of L. P. Rockwood for an unauthorized attempt to investigate human rights conditions in Haiti, and to issues of American military obligations regarding human rights.

 
Rocky Mountain News 1859 to 1881 Article Collection

This is a collection of typed newspaper items from the in Denver, Colorado from 1859-1881. The typed copies were sent to Frederick Webb Hodge at the Southwest Museum in October 1929.

 
Rocky Mountain Steve Papers

Collection relating to the life of cowboy and sharpshooter Stephen Hicks, also known as "Rocky Mountain Steve."

 
Rocky Mountain views [graphic]

Photos captioned: R.C. Luesley's burro pack train in a mountain pass, loaded with merchandise for his store at Silverton, San Juan [Colorado] -- Pike's Peak, 14,336 feet high, from Pike's Peak Ave, Colorado Springs -- Manitou and Pikes Peak, Colorado.

 
Rodda (Albert S.) Papers

Consists of legislative reports, senate and assembly bills, correspondence and press releases

 
Rodda (Albert S.) Papers

Albert S. Rodda, Democrat, was a State Senator, 1959-1980. Senator Rodda introduced legislation in the areas of education, local government, labor, recreation, and water.

 
Roddenberry (Gene) Star Trek Television Series Collection

Collection consists of material related to the television program, Star trek. Includes story outlines, treatments and various drafts of scripts, shooting schedules, cast lists, title sheets, photographic lists, budget reports, and memoranda....

 
Roddy (Kevin) Papers

Materials from Roddy's research related to computers and the humanities and the revival of medieval drama in Britain (1951-1969).

 
Rode (Lucien J.) photographs

Depicts General J. J. Pershing, scenes at his headquarters, and activities of American troops elsewhere in France during World War I.

 
Rodefer (Stephen) Papers

Although the bulk of this collection is divided between Stephen Rodefer's manuscripts and correspondence, there are also several other series of note within the collection. The "Personal Business" series includes documents pertaining to Rodefer and his family, while "Printed Matter"...

 
Rodeo Days manuscript, 1937

One [typewritten/handwritten?] ms, cowboy poetry with watercolor illustrations, 1937

 
Roderick Peattie photograph, 1955 March

(1891-1955). One black and white photograph, portrait taken shortly before his death, Mar. 1955. Alpha list.

 
Roderick Peattie portrait, 1915

Framed sepia portrait, with inscription to Frankie [?], 1915.

 
Rodgers (Bruce) Papers

The collection contains materials from Bruce G. Rodgers, author of The Queens’ Vernacular: A Gay Lexicon (1972), the first serious dictionary of gay slang and the definitive gay American jargon resource. The collection contains materials related to the publication of...

 
Rodgers family papers, 1873-1911.

Box 1 contains the diary (1873-1874) of M.E. Olmstead Wood, and the correspondence of Winfield Scott Rodgers and his two wives. Box 2 contains incoming letters, A-Z. The volume is an assessment book for Santa Cruz County (circa 1877-1880) and...

 
Rodgers (Mark) papers

Mark Rodgers was a deputy sheriff turned television producer and writer. The collection consists of material related to Rodgers' television career, and includes files related to both produced and unproduced projects in which Rodgers was involved in some capacity. Additionally...

 
Rodgers (Marvin) typescript

Relates to operations of the American Relief Administration. M.A. thesis, Fresno State College. Photocopy.

 
Rodgers (Ralph) and Percy Turner Circus collection

The Ralph Rodgers and Percy Turner Circus Collection documents the collective interests of a circus model builder/ miniature circus owner and a real circus owner who became friends and whose circus memorabilia ended up with a mutual friend who donated...

 
Rodgerson (Eleanor) Papers

Dr. Eleanor Rodgerson (1909-2007) was an obstetrician-gynecologist in private practice in Sacramento, California. She also served on the faculty of the University of California, Davis School of Medicine. Her Papers contain correspondence written while she was a resident at the...

 
Rodichev (Fedor Izmailovich) typescript

Relates to the Russian Revolution.

 
Rodin Sculpture Garden Records

Correspondence, memoranda, proposals, plans, publicity materials, photographs, articles, and other records pertaining to the B. Gerald Cantor Rodin Sculpture Garden. Includes correspondence with the garden's designer Robert Mittelstadt and the personal log of Albert Elsen. An addition to the records...

 
Roditi (Edouard) Papers

Edouard Roditi (1910-1992) was a surrealist author and poet. He published the first Surrealist manifesto in English, “The new reality,” in the (1929). While continuing his literary interests, he worked for the U.S. government during World War II for the...

 
Roditi (Harold) collection

Safe-conducts, passes, and identity cards issued for French military zones during World War I.

 
Rodkey (Frederick Stanley) papers

Correspondence and diaries, relating to proposals for psychological warfare activities during World War II.

 
Rodney Strong Vineyards : creative winemaking and winery management in Sonoma County : oral history transcript / 1994.

Strong discusses his Vancouver, Washington background; training and work in dance and theater, Seattle and New York, and choreography in postwar Paris; with Charlotte Winston Strong, founding Tiburon Vintners, 1959; Windsor Vineyards, 1962, Alexander's Crown and Chalk Hill; Sonoma Vineyards,...

 
Rodney Sydes Ellsworth papers : relating to the Kaweah Cooperative Colony Co., 1926-1931.

His research notes and manuscripts of articles and of a projected book relating to the Kaweah Cooperative Colony Co.

 
Rodney Sydes Ellsworth papers : relating to the Sierra Club and Save the Redwoods League, 1916-1952.

Consists of correspondence and ephemera pertaining to Ellsworth's membership in the Save the Redwoods League (1920-1951) and the Sierra Club (1916-1952).

Rodolph (Frank B.) Photograph Collection

The Frank B. Rodolph collection consists of 1254 original photographs taken by Rodolph and associates, including Isaiah W. Taber. The Taber photographs, primarily of Alaska, can be found in volume 14 (BANC PIC 1905.17159). Rodolph's subjects include a variety of...

 
Rodríguez Moñino (Antonio) Papers

This collection contains lecture materials and writings of author Antonio Rodríguez Moñino. Materials include drafts of a 1968 lecture to the Real Academia Española and reprints and pamphlets of Rodríguez Moñino's works from 1941 to 1964.

 
Rodríguez, Sebastian. Diaries of two expeditions : ms., 1828.

For expedition from Mission San Juan Bautista to Sierra Nevada Mountains (vicinity of San Joaquin River) in search of runaway Indians, Signed at Mission San Juan Bautista, May 6, 1828.

 
Rodrigo de Vivero, Conde de Orizaba documents, 1576-1665.

1) Br. Mus. Add. Ms. 18287. Rodrigo de Vivero. Relación. 1609; 2) Discursos de D. Rodrigo de Vivero, Conde de Orizaba: a) Pt. I, pp. 1-125. Transcripts from Vol. X of Muñoz Coll. in Madrid; b) Pt. II, pp. 1-60....

 
Rodriguez (Annabelle) papers

Correspondence, writings, conference materials, grant proposals, and printed matter, relating to efforts to promote contact between Cuba and the Cuban diaspora, and to promote democratic and human rights reforms in Cuba. Includes financial records of the Asociación Encuentro de la...

 
Rodriguez (Armando M.) Papers

(1940-2010) document Rodriguez’s work as an educator and advocate for bilingual education. The majority of the material dates from the early 1970s through 1980s, with very sparse documentation during the 1960s. These files illustrate Rodriguez’s work to promote higher...

 
Rodriguez (Diane) Collection of Latino Theater Initiative Papers

This is a collection of approximately four linear feet of papers relating to Diane Rodriguez's career with the Center Theater Group's Latino Theater Initiative as well as her work as a leader in the creative community and as an actor.

 
Rodriguez (Felipe and Blandina Guerrero) Family Collection

This collection of family photographs and personal papers document the migration of one family from Mexico to Arizona and then to the City of Los Angeles, and includes individual family members’ records, correspondence, and employee information, property records, and travel...

 
Rodriguez Menier (Juan Antonio) writings

Autobiography and study, relating to intelligence and state security activities of the Ministerio del Interior of Cuba.

 
Rodriguez (Michaelangelo) All Ohio Gay Conference Photographs

Michaelangelo Rodriguez photographs of the All Ohio Gay Conference from May 4-6, 1973, in Columbus, Ohio.

 
Rodriguez (Peter ) Papers

Peter Rodriguez was raised in both Stockton and Jackson, California. It was there that he first became interested in Art. In 1975, he founded the Mexican Museum as an institution designed to collect, preserve, interpret and present the artistic expression...

 
Rodriguez (Tomás) Photograph Collection

The collection consists of one Album which contains 232 photographs, including negatives, prints, and proof sheets. These images capture various people and events, including a number of family photographs, Goodwin Knight’s gubernatorial campaign in 1952, the unsuccessful campaign of Edward...

 
Rodzianko (Mikhail V.) Papers

Correspondence, writings, and reports, relating to Russian efforts in World War I, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and anti-Bolshevik movements. Includes letters and reports to Generals Vrangel' and Denikin.

 
Roehrig (Frederic Louis Otto), "Irish Philology and Literature" Manuscript

Bound handwritten manuscript by Frederic Louis Otto Roehrig titled, "Irish Philology and Literature."

 
Roemer (Milton) Collection

Collection of pamphlets and ephemera on public health, socialized health care, medical economics. Bulk dates: 1930’s-1950’s. Strengths: Rural Health, Industrial/Labor Health.

 
Roemer (Milton I.) Papers

Includes correspondence, publications, meeting minutes from files on pre-paid health care....

 
Roemer (Ruth) papers

Ruth Roemer was an internationally renowned public health lawyer, UCLA School of Public Health professor and advocate for tobacco control, health care reform, and women’s reproductive rights. The collection consists of correspondence, presentation transcripts, lecture notes, research files, publications authored...

 
Roeser (Frederick) Collection

Metallurgy, metallurgical plant construction and design, mining engineering...

 
Roessler (Edward Biffer) Papers

Edward Biffer Roessler (1902-1993) served as Professor Mathematics at the University of California, Davis. This small collection contains his textbook, lecture notes and reprints of his articles which focus on the statistical analysis of viticultural data.

 
Roger A. Pryor letter, 1912 August 23.

One holograph letter written and signed by Roger A. Pryor in New York about his opinions on a book and its publishing.

 
Roger Boutell letters and notes, circa 1933-1939

Six letters (TLS and ALS) and notes (ANS), including one from J. B. Priestley (Mar. 25, n.y.), mainly to Boutell, the owner of Tecalote Bookshop, Santa Barbara, ca. 1933-1939. Alpha list.

 
Roger Culver Tredwell photograph album, circa 1922-1925

63 brown-tone photographs by Roger Tredwell (1885-1961), taken while he was U.S. Consul General at Large for Central Asia and Africa. Includes scenes and people of Morocco, Egypt, Kenya (Mombasa), Madagascar (Tananarive and elsewhere), Mauritius, Mozambique, South Africa, Angola, São...

 
Roger Curtis Green papers, circa 1955-2000.

Included in: History of science and technology collection.

 
Roger Dearborn Lapham papers.

Papers relate primarily to Lapham's work with the National Defense Mediation Board and the National War Labor Board.

 
Roger Hahn papers, 1954-2011.

The collection is primarily made up of typescripts of articles, lectures, and book reviews. There are small quantities of personalia and subject files.

 
Roger Ingpen collection of material relating to Percy B. Shelley, circa 1890-1936

Preferred citation: Roger Ingpen collection of material relating to Percy B. Shelley, BANC MSS 72/237 z, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Roger Kent papers, 1908-1979.

Correspondence relating to U.S. and California politics; subject files, including clippings, notes, press releases, and letters; miscellaneous clippings related to U.S. and California politics, notes and speeches, political pamphlets, and ephemera; depositions and court records. Included are depositions from H....

 
Roger L. Lathe Papers

The Roger L. Lathe papers includes the professional documentation of a “housewright,” working throughout the Sacramento area and Northern California cities. Lathe spent his professional career as an architectural historian, preservation and restoration contractor and licensed home inspector. He wrote...

 
Roger Marcus Illuminated, calligraphic manuscript, circa late 20th century

"Sator Arepo Tenet Opera Rotas." Illuminated, calligraphic manuscript, [date?]. Purchase from ABI Books, $100

 
Roger Parodi collection of art museum and gallery announcements, circa 1980-2011.

Contains approximately 1300 printed announcements from a wide variety of art museum and gallery venues located mostly in the San Francisco Bay area and other areas in California, Washington, and Oregon. Also includes a lesser amount of announcements from various...

 
Roger Revelle, 1996 [videorecording] : the man who took Scripps to sea

The collection consists of an 18 minute videotape entitled, Roger Revelle: The Man Who Took Scripps to Sea which outlines the career of oceanographer Roger Revelle and focuses on his effort to build a postwar research fleet at the Scripps...

 
Roger Revelle Award Dinner video tape recording, June 9, 1987 [videorecording]

The accession consists of a five minute slide-tape biography of Roger Randall Dougan Revelle recorded on videotape. This biography was produced by the American Jewish Committee in La Jolla, written by UCSD Assistant to the Chancellor Robert C. Ritchie, and...

 
Roger Sturtevant photographs of Carolyn Anspacher and the Temple Players' production of the Dybbuk [graphic].

Includes photographs taken by Roger Sturtevant of the Temple Players' (of San Francisco's Congregation Emmanu-el) 1928 production of S. Ansky's The Dybbuk. Many photographs are portraits of the play's lead actress Carolyn Anspacher. Also includes later portraits of Anspacher.

 
Rogers (Austin Flint) Papers

Collection includes "Determinative Mineralogy with Tests for and Descriptions of Minerals," compiled by D. Crandall and C. H. Beal under the direction of Prof. A. F. Rogers, 1911 (bound typescript); Rogers' notebook on "crystallographic constants of the important mineral species"...

 
Rogers (Bruce) Collection

The collection contains correspondence from internationally renowned typographer and designer Bruce Rogers (1870-1957) to Fred Rudge, Melvin Loos, and others, as well as manuscript and proofs of Rogers' (William E. Rudge's Sons, 1943), and other design items, ca. 1920-1954. Rogers...

 
Rogers (Carl R.) Collection

The Carl R. Rogers Collection contains select papers of Carl R. Rogers; records from his association with the Center for the Studies of the Person, a group he co-founded; and reprint articles from the Carl Rogers Memorial Library. There is...

 
Rogers (Donald) Papers

Don Rogers, a Republican, was first elected in November 1978 to represent California's 33rd Assembly District. The Don Rogers Papers consist of 10 cubic feet of textual records that cover the years 1979-1996.

 
Rogers, Fred Blackburn. Photographs of Camp Douglas, Utah [graphic]

Map and photographs are of Camp Douglas, Utah Territory showing buildings and grounds of the camp.

 
Rogers (James Grafton) letter

Relates to the characters of President Herbert Hoover, Secretary of State Henry L. Stimson, and Supreme Court Justices Oliver Wendell Holmes and Louis D. Brandeis. Photocopy.

 
Rogers (Leighton W.) typescript

Relates to the Russian Revolution of February 1917.

 
Rogers (Pleas B.) papers

Field messages, annotated maps, and notes, relating to activities of the United States 36th Division in the Meuse-Argonne region during World War I.

 
Rogers (R.) Photographs

Depicts Serbian troops and scenes of military activity in Serbia during World War I. Copy.

 
Rogers (Roy) and Dale Evans Archives

The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Archives contains publications, press clippings, photographs, slides, promotional materials, correspondence, sheet music, ephemera, and business records relating to the film, television, and recording careers of Rogers and Evans, primarily from the 1940s until 2000....

 
Rogers (Smokey) and Anderson (Maymie) Papers

Singer, songwriter, and actor Eugene “Smokey” Rogers (1917-1993) was a successful and influential part of the country music scene in Southern California in the 1940s and 1950s. He performed in bands with Spade Cooley and Tex Williams, hosted his own...

 
Rogers (Warren Lee) Papers

This collection contains the papers of Warren Lee Rogers, which focus on the world of outdoor recreation, education and camping, and the creation of the Pacific Crest Trail.

 
Rogers (Will) Memories Scrapbook

Newspaper and magazine clippings relating to Rogers' career and death, and to the numerous tributes and memorials to him after his death. All the clippings appear to have been collected at the time of his death in 1935 and in...

 
Rogers (Will) State Historic Park Collection of Scrapbook Material about Will Rogers

William Penn Adair Rogers (1879-1935) was a Western entertainer, newspaper columnist and author. The collection consists of 4 microfilm reels of scrapbook material about Will Rogers, including clippings, photographs, correspondence, and Will Rogers State Historic Park collection inventory.

 
Rogers (William L.) Photograph Album and Papers

Album contains photographs, clippings, programs, and memorabilia pertaining to the American rugby team in the 1924 Olympics held in Paris, France. In addition to the games, the photos document the team's voyage to France, tour through England, and excursions in...

 
Rogge (Benjamin A.) papers

The collection contains speeches and writings, correspondence, memoranda, reports, and printed matter related to laissez-faire economics and to economic conditions and higher education in the United States.

 
Rogger (Hans) papers

Correspondence, writings, notes, and printed matter, relating to Russian history, aspects of European and Jewish history, and Russian studies in the United States.

 
Roh (Franz) Papers

German art historian and pioneering critic of the 20th-century avant-garde who took an interest in the study and development of photography as an art form. Collection consists primarily of letters received from more than 1,000 correspondents, ca. 1911-1965. The correspondence...

 
Rohde (Donald Thorbjorn) autobiographical writings

Relates to operations of the American naval cruiser Oakland in the Pacific Theater during World War II, and to postwar United States Navy Supply Corps activities.

 
Rohfleisch (Kramer J.) Papers

This collection consists of research materials used by Kramer Rohfleisch in his work on the history of the Army Air Forces in World War II. The collection includes articles, pamphlets, clippings, training and field handbooks and manuals, ephemera,  miscellaneous materials,...

 
Roi Partridge papers, 1912-1966.

Contents of notebooks and scrapbooks containing clippings, photographs, correspondence and exhibition notices. Also includes audiocassettes and a reel-to-reel audio tape.

 
Rojas (Arnold R.) Papers

Corrected typescript, galley and page proofs for Rojas' , published by McNally and Loftin, Charlotte and Santa Barbara, 1964.

Rojas (John) Photograph Collection

Chula Vista Public Library's John Rojas Photograph Collection includes images of historical interest of Chula Vista and other areas of San Diego County from the late 1880's to 1976. Images document commercial, residential and public buildings, including businesses and restaurants...

 
Rojo (Charles) collection

The Charles Rojo collection consists of a scrapbook reproduction that chronicles the life of his father Leo Rojo (1907-1963). Leo Rojo was a Mexican American singer songwriter who sang, played or appeared in motion pictures. In the 1941 movie "I'll...

 
Rokitiansky (Nicholas John) collection

Map and sketches of Fort Ross, California.

 
Roland (Gilbert) papers

The Gilbert Roland papers span the years 1908-1979 (bulk 1947-1977) and encompass 16.8 linear feet. The collection contains film and television scripts; clippings; scrapbooks; unpublished writings by Roland, in the form of screenplays, short stories, and a substantial memoir; correspondence,...

 
Roland Letts Oliver papers relating to the Bohemian Club, [ca. 1908-1947]

Includes announcements of programs, notes on illumination and fireworks for the Bohemian Grove plays, blueprints of Bohemian Grove buildings, copies of plays, notices and papers re midsummer encampments, membership lists, and other materials.

 
Roland (Patricia D.) Papers

The papers of Patricia D. Roland range in date from 1995-2007 and include letters from poets John Taggart and Dominique Fourcade; typescript drafts of John Taggart's writing; and Patricia Roland's personal papers.