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S & H Green Stamps Collection

Six filled S & H Green Stamps books. 1959-65

 
S & W Fine Foods, Inc. and the wholesale grocery business, 1905-1955 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1955.

Notes on his family and background; experience in liquor business; history of Sussman, Wormser & Company; labor relations and employer groups; his public service.

 
S. C. Shaw Letters, 1859-1861.

Letters from eastern liquor dealers in New York to S. C. Shaw concerning orders placed with them by him

 
S. Clay Wilson correspondence : and other material, circa 1966-2000.

Contains mostly correspondence along with some poems, typescript manuscripts, and photocopies of art work and cartoons. The bulk of the correspondence is addressed to S. Clay Wilson from three Beat era poets, Charles Plymell, Kell Robertson, and Richard Miller, covering...

 
S. Clifford Doughty papers, 1952-1978.

Consist of files on engineering projects, including bridges, underwater platforms and pilings in California, such as the Hunter's Point submarine quay wall, Richardson Bay Bridge Widening, the Feather River Bridge, the Martinez-Benicia Bridge and others in California. Files include a...

 
S. Colum Gilfillan papers, 1976-1978.

Includes transcript of an interview with the sociologist, conducted by Charles Susskind and Arlene Inouye, re methods for predictions of technological inventions and trends, including discussion of some of Gilfillan's own predictions. Also, a reprint of the article by Susskind...

 
S. Foster Damon papers, 1952.

Letters to John and Mary Marshall, and typescript copies, some with revisions, of unpublished poems.

 
S. Foster Damon papers, l923-1949.

A few poems (draft, fair copy, and newspaper clipping) and one letter to John [Marshall?].

 
S. G. Nash letter, 1875 August 3

One letter (ALS) to his brother, Allan E. Nash, re opportunities in California. San Diego, 3 Aug. 1875.

 
S. Griffiths Morgan letters, 1851-1854.

Letterpress copybooks containing letters to other merchants and also customers, ship captains and family, with extensive comments regarding San Francisco commercial transactions (particularly cargoes of arriving clipper ships), real estate investment, and economic conditions (prices, goods, etc.); and on decision...

 
S. H. Allen letter to his brother, James P. Allen, 1865 May 9.

Holograph Civil War era letter written by S. H. Allen to his brother, James P. Allen, a soldier in the 2nd Regiment, New York Veteran Cavalry. He relates news from home and discusses personal matters.

 
S. M. Collins pamphlet, undated

Printed pamphlet, "List of Passengers, Officers, and Crew of the Ship Magnolia, on Her Voyage from New Bedford to San Francisco in 1849, as derived from various unofficial sources," n.d. Found in unsorted Wyles SC. Oversize boxed.

 
S. P. R. Charter papers, [ca.1960-1985].

Papers of pioneer ecologist, physicist, and philosopher. Includes correspondence, mainly re his writings and lectures, drafts of books, articles and lectures, and transcripts of radio commentaries.

 
S. Phillips diary 1864.

Diary of Selah [?] Phillips from Tyler Island in 1864. Phillips was doing field work in the Walnut Grove area until he got a job with the Pacific Railroad. He gave his post office address as "Tooley Islands, Sharps Landing,...

 
S. R. Shapiro English bookplate collection, circa late 17th century-late 19th century

Collection of English bookplates, directed to UCSB [?] by New Yorkbookseller S. R. Shapiro. Includes 21 quarto albums and three folio binders, late 17c to late 19c., with the bulk 18c Nearly 1500 in all. Includes bookplates of Horace Walpole,...

 
S. S. Yukon, Alaska Steamship Company, Menu Collection

This collection consists of menus from the S.S. Yukon, a ship of the Alaska Steamship Company.

 
S. V. Ciriacy-Wantrup papers, undated.

The papers date from the late 1930s through the early 1970s, with most materials from the 1960s. Included is correspondence, teaching materials, research materials, and drafts of books and articles. Also included are materials relating to professional associations and committees...

 
S. W. Crawford letter to Justice Blatchford, 1887 July 2.

Holograph letter to Justice Samuel Blatchford, regarding the publication of Crawford's book, The Genesis of the Civil War. Letter written from New York.

 
S.A. Barrett field notes on California Indian basketry, before 1965.

Contains printed field study note cards (14 x 24 cm) with a list of the names of S.A. Barrett's consultants who are Native American basket weavers. Affixed to each card is a close-up photograph snippet of a basket detail. A...

 
Sánchez (Ricardo) Papers

The Sánchez Papers include the personal and professional papers of Ricardo Sánchez and occupy 66 linear feet. The collection consists of 91 letter and legal length manuscript bozes, four half-sized manuscript boxes, four print boxes and eight flat boxes for...

 
Saad (Elena) Collection

The collection mainly consists of 37 Audio tapes of interviews of Mexican Jews in Tijuana and San Diego from the mid 1990's in Spanish, conducted by Elena Saad for a Master’s Thesis entitled, "La Comunidad Israelita de Tijuana" (The Jewish...

 
Saadi (Ruth) Collection

Files relating to League of Women Voters - Santa Barbara concerns, including air pollution, energy, environment, growth and development, oil and gas, voting and elections. Ruth Saadi was an active member and Energy Director of the organization.

 
Saarni (Frank) Collection

Paperwork collected by builder's plate collector Frank Saarni during his work with the California State Railroad Museum and as a brakeman for the Great Northern Railway.

 
Sabatino (Murphy) Bicycle Racing Collection

Collection of racing programs, assorted ephemera, news clippings, and photographs related to bicycle racing in San Jose in the late 1930s, six-day bicycle races in San Francisco and other areas in the mid-1950s, and races organized by Sabatino in the...

 
Sabbatella (Antonio) Collection

This collection consists of late 19th century manuscripts of arrangements for concert band of contemporary opera overtures and arias, popular songs, marches, and orchestral works

 
Sabin (H. Palmer) papers

The Henry Palmar Sabin papers span 23 linear feet and date from 1920 to 1955. The collection is primarily composed of architectural drawings and reprographic copies, but also includes, black-and-white photographs and negatives, specifications, inspection reports, contracts, handwritten notes, and...

 
Sabin (Lorenzo S.) papers

Memoirs and other writings, correspondence, orders, and memoranda relating to American naval operations in the Atlantic during World War II, the evacuation of North Vietnamese refugees to South Vietnam in 1954, and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization.

 
Sabine (Edward G) photograph collection

Depicts famine victims and American Relief Administration relief activities in the Samara region of Russia

 
Sabine (William Henry Waldo) collection

Leaflets, posters, form letters, pamphlets, and memorabilia, relating to British war aims and propaganda efforts during World War I, civilian defense, the British Union of Fascists, and Oswald Mosley.

 
Sabás García espediente : mss., 1895.

File assembled to obtain replacement of an official certificate, with documentation primarily on his military career and his participation in various campaigns during and after the Mexican-American War, 1846-1853. Includes drafts of his request, original documents concerning appointment by J.M....

 
Sacheverell Sitwell letter, 1944 January 1

One letter (ALS) from Ernest Fred Manfred requesting, and receiving, an autograph from Sitwell. New York, January 1, 1944. Alpha list.

 
Sachs (Johannes) mimeograph

Relates to World War I and the question of an independent Polish state. Speech delivered in Frankfurt am Main, April 6, 1916.

 
Sachs (John) Personal Papers

John Charles Sachs served in the US Navy for 20 years. He served on three ships, the USS Williamson (DD244), the USS Fabius (ARV(A)5), and the USS Philippine Sea (CVA47); in two aircraft squadrons, VP-14 and VC-35; and two tours...

 
Sachtleben Collection

Photographs relating to a world tour on bicycle which Sachtleben began from England and completed in New York City, from 1890 to 1893. Also contains prints, letters, clippings and other papers relating to his stay in Turkey from 1895 to...

Sachtleben (William L.) papers

Collection consists of photographs of a bicycle journey across Asia, the originals of which some were used for his and Thomas Gaskell Allen Jr's 1894 publication on the same subject.

 
Sackett family correspondence, 1887, 1894-1895.

Contains 11 letters among members of the Sackett family based in Ashland, Oregon. Topics of letters include fruit growing, a local flood, railroad strike of 1894 which delayed return of mother in San Francisco Bay Area and a letter discussing...

 
Sackett (Samuel J.) papers

Samuel John Sackett (1928- ) was a professor of English at Hastings College (1949-51) and Fort Hays State University (1954-1977). In 1978, he became the dean of Salt City Business College. His published works include (1961), (1967), and (1972). The...

 
Sackman (Asa) Diaries

This collection consists of seven manuscript diaries, written while Asa Sackman was serving in the 44th Regiment, Company G, of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry. The diaries date from October 1861, his first month of service, to August 1862. Sackman writes...

 
Sacks (Benjamin) Papers

This collection contains handwritten research manuscripts by retired history professor Benjamin Sacks, focusing primarily on the history of Coronado and the Hotel del Coronado.

 
Sacks (Harvey) Lecture Transcripts

This collection comprises transcripts of and an index to lectures given by Harvey Sacks, a faculty member in Anthropology and Sociology at University of California, Irvine from 1968-1976. The 1964-1967 lectures were given and transcribed at UCLA; the 1968-1972 lectures...

 
Sacks (Harvey) papers

Harvey Sacks (d.1975) taught in the Department of Sociology at UC Irvine, UC Berkeley and UC Los Angeles (ca. 1960s-72). He is best known for his work in ethnomethodology and conversational analysis. The collection consists of notes, drafts, diaries, unpublished...

 
Sacramento Ad-Hoc Charter Commission Records

The collection consists of agendas, reports, action summaries, and final proposed charter pertaining to the Sacramento Ad-Hoc Charter Commission.

 
Sacramento Amateur Movie Makers Club records

The Sacramento Amateur Movie Makers Club records are comprised of administrative records, minutes, newsletters, films, scrapbooks, photographs, awards and other printed material documenting the activities of the Sacramento Movie Forum (later Sacramento Amateur Movie Makers Club) from 1947 through 1989.

 
Sacramento Army Depot Records

Contains administrative files, architectural drawings, photographs, audio recordings and artifacts pertaining to the Sacramento Army Depot.

 
Sacramento Bakers Protective Association records

The Sacramento Bakers Protective Association operated from 1891 through the turn of the century for the purpose of improving working conditions in local bakeries and standardizing prices. The Association records consist primarily of meeting minutes detailing the group's operations (1891-1898,...

 
Sacramento Book Collectors Club material pertaining to its publications.

Includes typescript and page proof of Some reflections of an early California governor (Frederick Low)

 
Sacramento (built 1877; paddle ferry) logbooks

Sacramento (built 1877; paddle ferry) logbooks are deck logs and provide the times, number of vehicles, tides, weather, explanation of delays, restaurant and newstand inspections and signatures of the captain and the engineer in charge on the vessel's crossings between...

 
Sacramento Business and Professional Women's Club records

The Sacramento chapter of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs was founded in 1919 and its purpose was to promote and protect the interests of local professional women in the business and industrial fields. The club records...

 
Sacramento Central America Action Committee Records

The collection contains textual records from the Sacramento Central American Action Committee (SCAAC), a peace and justice organization in the Sacramento area. The materials, which span from the 1980s to the early 2000s, reflect SCAAC’s activities and social causes, including...

 
Sacramento Charter Commission Records

The collection consists of materials of the Sacramento Charter Commission (also includes City/County Merger Committee files) including local and state government reports and public opinion surveys used in the creation of the Citizen's Committee on Local Governmental Reorganization Report of...

 
Sacramento County Animal Control Office Records

The Sacramento County Animal Control Office records documenting the monthly activities of the office between 1972 and 1979.

 
Sacramento County land papers, 1844-1866.

Pre-emption claims and title documents for lands in the city and county of Sacramento to Jared Sheldon and others.

 
Sacramento County records, 1850-1867.

Include receipts, petition of citizens and an affidavit.

 
Sacramento County vote tally sheet, 1858.

Vote tally sheet from Sacramento County Board of Supervisors election, May 3, 1858. Future railroad mogul Mark Hopkins is one of the candidates.

 
Sacramento during the flood [graphic] : Fourth St. and St. George Hotel from K St.

View depicts flooded street with rowboats and people on balconies above covered sidewalks. A sign reading "coffin wareroom" is prominent at right.

 
Sacramento during the flood of 1862 [graphic]

Views of buildings and streets during the flood, with signs on businesses visible.

 
Sacramento Ephemera Collection

The Sacramento Ephemera Collection consists of printed material produced by Sacramento businesses, chambers of commerce, sports teams, schools, government agencies, theaters and clubs. A range of formats includes tickets, programs, leaflets, advertisements, cards, letters, invoices and other forms of ephemeral...

 
Sacramento Genealogical Society Cemetery Records

Transcripts of sexton's registries from St. Joseph's Cemetery, Sacramento; St. Joseph's Cemetery, Woodland; Citrus Heights Cemetery; Sacramento Memorial Cemetery; and St. Mary's Cemetery, Sacramento....

 
Sacramento Genealogical Society Cemetery Records, 1864-1951.

Transcripts of sexton's registries from St. Joseph's Cemetery, Sacramento; St. Joseph's Cemetery, Woodland; Citrus Heights Cemetery, Sacramento Memorial Cemetery; and St. Mary's Cemetery, Sacramento.

 
Sacramento Hepatitis B Project Collection

Correspondence, notes, activity reports, meeting rosters, HBV testing forms, articles, HBV manual, and pamphlets documenting activities of the Sacramento Hepatitis B Project, 1982-1984. The Sacramento Hepatitis B Project was initiated in 1982 to "stop and prevent the spread of Hepatitis...

 
Sacramento High School student misbehavior records

This collection consists of one journal containing brief descriptions of Sacramento High School student misbehavior (1910-1916) and correspondence between Principal Herbert O. Williams, Superintendent Charles C. Hughes, and parents and students.

 
Sacramento Lesbian and Gay Mental Health Professionals Records

Member list, newsletters, meeting minutes, membership applications, flyer, correspondence, ethics proposals, articles of incorporation, and clippings documenting activity of the Sacramento Lesbian and Gay Mental Health Professionals (SLGMHP), 1977-1982. The SLGMHP was "an organization for all gay health professonals in...

 
Sacramento Northern Railway Company Records

The collection consists of correspondence, photocopies, mimeographs, log books, computer printouts and printed material relating to employment practices, wages, operating procedures, equipment, train movements, etc. In addition the collection contains correspondence, reports, memoranda and notes concerning the abandonment of service,...

 
Sacramento Northern Railway ephemera

The Sacramento Northern Railway was formed in 1918 and provided passenger rail service between the Sacramento Valley and Bay Area until 1941. This collection of ephemera includes a chart of trip fairs, timetables for employees with a route map, list...

 
Sacramento Opera Guild records

Founded in 1947, the Sacramento Opera Guild was established by Sacramento women to cultivate a wider public interest in operatic arts and to sponsor local performances and educational programs. The records of the guild include administrative records and meeting minutes...

 
Sacramento Peace Center Records

Consists of administrative files, articles, correspondence, draft counseling information, educational materials, newsletters, information on vigils, World Without War materials, speakers and social events pertaining to the Sacramento Peace Center.

 
Sacramento Property Deed, 1853.

Land deed dated April 12, 1853 for lot 8 bounded by 8th, 9th, G, and H Streets in Sacramento, California, sold by Melvin H. Giles to John Nash, William Lewis, and William Woodruff, witnessed by J. H. McKune and E....

 
Sacramento railroad strike photographs [graphic]

Photos captioned: Switch engine guarded by soldiers while switching, during the 'strike', Sacramento 1894 -- Wreck of train #4 by 'strikers' in Yolo Co. 3 miles from Sacramento July 11th 1894... -- U.S. Marshall Baldwin haranguing the 'strikers' at the...

 
Sacramento Southern Railroad Records

Includes financial records and general manager's orders.

 
Sacramento Sports Commission Records

The Sacramento Sports Commission Records document the life of the commission, its non-profit funding, its economic relationship with the local government, and the sporting events that it sponsored in the Sacramento area. For over twenty years, the SSC was...

 
Sacramento State College Claim Jumpers, 1956-1958.

Photos, flier, typed description of excursion, ledger book.

 
Sacramento State College Claim Jumpers, 1956-1958.

Photos, flier, typed description of excursion, ledger book.

 
Sacramento Toxics Alliance research collection

The records in this research collection document the operations of toxics groups and remediation projects in the Sacramento area from the early-1980s through the early-2000s.

 
Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society Collection

The Sacramento Traditional Jazz Society (STJS) began on Sunday May 5, 1968 with a group of local jazz musicians gathering at the Orangevale Grange Hall to play for a small group of jazz fans. The musicians included Dr. Bill Borcher,...

 
Sacramento Tuberculosis Association records

Founded in 1919, the Sacramento Tuberculosis Association was dedicated to eradicating the communicable lung disease by educating Sacramentans about its spread and assisting patients through the process of diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. This collection is comprised of annual reports for...

 
Sacramento Union Newspaper Records

The archives contain 660 bound volumes and some accounting and business records from the early years of the newspaper. The photograph files run daily from 1966 to 1994. The clipping files provide subject access for 1972 through 1992. The business...

 
Sacramento Valley Electric Railway Company cash book ledger, 1912-1917.

Large leather and corduroy covered accounting ledger book listing amounts fo invoices, disbursements, and vouchers by name and date. Also includes annotations of balance sheet statements with references to orders from the Railroad commission and required statements to be submitted...

 
Sacramento Valley Railroad Company stock miscellany relating to Robinson Seymour & Co., 1855-1857.

Collection contains a blank Sacramento Valley Railroad Company stock certificate with note on verso indicating that this was the type issued to R.S. & Co. (Robinson Seymour & Co.) but which was not surrendered to J.P.R. (Jas. P. Robinson) when...

Sacramento Valley Sugar Company Records

Business records for Sacramento Valley Sugar Company 1905-1958, consisting of correspondence, financial, administrative, legal, and property documents.

 
Sacramento views, portraits, and images relating to California photographers [graphic]

Primarily views and portraits by early California photographers. Sacramento scenes and images relating to photographers (their work places, communities, family members, and some self portraits) predominate. Stereographs include the Sacramento flood of 1862 and general street and town views. A...

 
Sacramento War Ration Books, 1942-1943.

War ration books issued to the Greer Family of Sacramento during 1942-1943, along with ration book application, identification, and envelope from Office of Price Administration.

 
Sacramento Whiskers Club records

This collection contains various documents pertaining to the Sacramento Whiskers Club in the form of meeting minutes, letters, a roster, and a proclamation. The Sacramento Whiskers Club formed in 1922 for the purpose of commemorating the California Gold Rush.

 
Sacramento/Yolo Peace Action Chapter Records

Consists of historical records, administrative files, meeting minutes, newsletters, program files and local activities including protests, signature gatherings, promoting peace initiatives and congressional legislation pertaining to the Sacramento/Yolo Peace Action Chapter.

 
Sad (Ahmad Sadiq) holograph

Relates to the communist movement in Egypt from 1947 to 1957. Includes additional bibliographical notes

 
Sada Davis Cornwell photograph collection [graphic]

Mainly portraits of Cornwall and family members. Includes an exterior view of the Century Club of California.

 
Sadie (built 1890; schooner, 3m) photographs

This is a collection of 3 (8 x 10 in.) black-and-white photographic prints of the three-masted schooner SADIE, taken from her deck.

 
Sadie Mathers Miller letter, circa 20th century

One letter (TLS) and two printed poem cards, n.d., to Harvey Taylor of Los Angeles, asking how much it would cost for him to set the poems to music. Laid in Miller's Candle's Radius (PS3525.I559 C36 1930z). Purchase , 1968....

 
Sadilek (Helen V.) Collection

Collection of photographic postcards and pictures, chiefly of musicians, some with inscriptions, notes, or greetings, and other memorabilia, including letters and Sadilek's musical diary, particularly as they pertain to her musical studies and friendship with Xaver Scharwenka, German pianist, composer,...

 
Sadleir (Michael) Papers

Summary: Letters written to Anthony Newnham relating to the purchase of books in the field of Victorian literature. Includes Sadleir's obituary....

 
Sadler (Michael, Sir) Papers

Michael Sadler (1861-1943) was a authority on educational matters, professor of education in England, and a patron of the arts. The collection consists of correspondence, holograph and printed articles, pamphlets, and clippings related to the Sadler's career in education.

 
Sado-Masochism - Collection of Material about

Collection consists of literary materials, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, advertising, paperback books, notebooks, cartoons, original pen and ink drawings, and photographs, including motion picture stills relating to sexual deviation in the field of Sadism and masochism. Also includes materials relating...

 
Sadoul (Jacques) correspondence

Relates to political conditions in France and Europe at the beginning of World War II. Correspondents include Léon Blum, Paul Reynaud, and Pierre Laval.

 
Sadykiewicz (Michael) papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, studies, printed matter, and photographs relating mainly to analysis of Soviet and Warsaw Pact armed forces.

 
Saenz Pena (Roque) Scrapbooks

Roque Sáenz Peña (1851-1914) co-founded the journal, , served as Argentina's foreign minister (1890), and was elected president of Argentina in 1910. His major contribution was reform of Argentinian electoral laws (1912). The collection consists of scrapbooks related to Peña's...

 
Safety first : oral history transcript : a bus driver's story of the Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District / 2003.

Childhood in Colorado; father's work as a coal miner; military service in World War II; first job as a bus driver with Key System, 1946; job training, routes, and equipment; thoughts on the union; two-month strike, 1953; transition to all-bus...

 
Safety Program records

The Safety Program records, 1992-2010 (SAFR 23109, HDC 1637) consists of files maintained by Timothy Przygocki, Safety Manager at San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. The collection is open for use without restrictions.

 
Safford family papers, 1833-1947.

Include letter from William Henry Safford to his brother, 1833; papers of his son, Hiram Sprague Safford, including an 1864 Civil War letter and his incomplete autobiography, concerning his childhood and education in New York State and his experiences during...

Safford (James Broderick) Civil War Correspondence

This collection contains letters written by Captain James Broderick Safford (1842-1930) to his father James M. Safford, during the American Civil War. The bulk of these letters cover Safford's time in the 54th Indiana Infantry regiment, from 1863 untill 1864.

 
Saffores, Louis J. (World War Two correspondence)

This collection contains 19 letters written to Captain Louis Saffores and his wife Marge, from enlisted men who had served under his command, during World War two. This collection also contains two photographs, a small Japanese flag and various postcards...

 
Saffores (Marjorie Beggs) report cards and religious certificates.

Report cards, and first communion, confirmation certificates.

 
Safine (Aaron I.) papers

Aaron I. Safine papers (SAFR 17123, HDC 276) includes two identification cards, a discharge certificate, vaccination certificates, a discharge and certificate book and a physical exam record dating from 1926 to 1943. Safine was a waiter aboard the TEXAN, the...

 
Safine (Aaron Isadore) papers

Aaron Isadore Safine papers (SAFR 14300, HDC 92) consists of a seaman passport, discharge certificates where he served as a waiter on board, smallpox vaccination certificate, union dues receipts, seaman's certificate of identification, lifeboat information and tickets, postcard from San...

 
Safonov (Ludmila Tschebotariov) typescript

Relates to life in Russia from 1900 until 1919, emigration through the Far East, arrival in the United States, and work with displaced persons in Europe during World War II Photocopy.

 
Saga of '65 photograph album

Color photographs of the 1965 women's basketball team at Stanford University with captions in verse and two pieces of ephemera; women's basketball at that time was an intercollegiate, but not a varsity, sport.

 
Saga of a superliner motion picture film

Documentary film of the ocean liner Queen Elizabeth.

 
Sagan (Ginetta) papers

Memoirs, correspondence, minutes, financial records, press releases, reports, interview transcripts, notes, lists, questionnaires, news dispatches, printed matter, and audiovisual material relating to civil liberties, political prisoners, and refugees, especially in Vietnam and Cambodia. Includes records of the Aurora Foundation, Amnesty...

 
Sager (William H.) China Marines Photograph Collection

Maj. William H. Sager, USMCR (Retired), served with the United States Naval Group, China, from 1944 to 1945 as commander of the American officers who trained Chinese troops at a location called Camp 10. The majority of the collection consists...

 
Sahagun (Paulina) TENAZ (Teatros Nacionales de Aztlan) and CARA (Chicano Arts: Resistance and Affirmation) Collection

TENAZ is the acronym for Teatros Nacionales de Aztlan (National Theater of Aztlan). Beginning as a support group for regional Chicano / Latino theater groups it evoloved into an international festival of Chicano / Latino theater: first yearly, then as...

 
Sahl (Ted) Collection

This collection documents the career of photojournalist Theodore (Ted) Sahl. Sahl spent the majority of his career documenting social and political events in the Bay Area. The bulk of this collection documents his photographic work with the gay and lesbian...

 
Sahl (Ted) Social Justice Collection

The Ted Sahl Social Justice Collection represents the work of local photojournalist Theodore Sahl (Ted). A long term resident of San José, Sahl, documented social, political, and cultural events in the Bay Area through photography. His early work largely focused...

 
Sailors aboard cruiser USS Raleigh during voyage from Atlantic to Pacific Oceans through the Panama Canal [graphic].

The bulk of the collection is snapshots of a United States Navy voyage from Boston, Mass. to San Diego, Calif. with additional 8x10 photographs of USS Raleigh and family snapshots. Views include sailors and naval officers, ship deck, people selling...

 
Sainetes : ms., 17--.

A one act farce.

 
Saint Anselm's Cross-Cultural Community Center records

This collection is comprised of ephemera, correspondence, reports, and newspaper clippings that document the history of Saint Anselm's Cross-Cultural Community Center, located in Garden Grove, California. St. Anselm's provides services to Amerasians and other Southeast Asian American communities in Orange...

 
Saint Donat's Castle, Glamorganshire, Wales [graphic]

Photographs and drawings of interior and exterior of building, garden, grounds, etc. Sketches show proposed remodeling for W. R. Hearst.

 
Saint (Eva Marie) papers

The Eva Marie Saint papers span the years 1942-2000 (bulk 1953-1997) and encompass 20.1 linear feet. The collection contains scripts and publicity material on all of Saint's feature films from her debut in ON THE WATERFRONT (1954) through MARIETTE IN...

 
Saint Francis Day Home Collection

Enrollment records, reports, teaching materials and photographs from the Saint Francis day care center in San Francisco, California. 8 linear feet of materials from 1880 to 1977.

 
Saint Veran (Robert) typescript

Relates to political and economic conditions in French Somaliland and its role in international affairs, primarily during the period 1967-1977. Originally published under the title A Djibouti avec les Afars et les Issas (Paris, 1977). Translated and revised by Virginia...

 
Saint-Saens letter, 1915.

Letter from Charles-Camille Saint-Saens written on July 31, 1915 after his return to France from the Panama-Pacific Exposition, where he served as an orchestra conductor and conference attendee. Letterhead reads "Rue De Courcelles, 83," probably in Paris.

 
Saipan Post-World War II photograph collection, circa 1945-1946

16 b/w snapshots, including aerial views of POW camp and local Saipan population. Purchase, eBay

 
Saito (Siberius Y.) drawings

Photographic copies of sketches depicting the physical facilities at the Tanforan Assembly Center.

 
Sakai (Yoneo) papers

Yoneo Sakai (1900-1978) was a editor for Japanese language newspapers in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York. He also travelled around the world as a correspondent for from 1931 until the outbreak of World War II when he was...

 
Sakaki (Nanao) Collection

Manuscripts and published works by Sakaki, articles about and interviews with Sakaki, videocassettes of his readings, photographs, and ephemera.

 
Sak'art'velos erovnul-demokratiuli partia issuances

Serial issues, leaflets, flyers, and other printed matter, relating to political conditions in Georgia.

 
Sak'art'velos SSR sakhelmtsipo usisroebis komiteti [Georgian KGB] records

Correspondence, reports, and investigative and judicial files relating to secret police investigative activities and prosecutions in the Georgian S.S.R. Includes lists of persons tried and judicial proceedings in 1937-1938. Digital copies.

 
Sakharov (Andrei) letter

Open letter to the Soviet Academy of Sciences, relating to civil rights in the Soviet Union. Includes American newspaper clippings reporting the letter. Photocopy.

 
Sakharov (Konstantin Viacheslavovich) letter

Relates to the book by W. S. Graves, America's Siberian Adventure, 1918-1920.

 
Sakurai (J.J.) Papers

J.J. Sakurai (1933-1982) was a physicist credited with independently discovering the V-A theory of the weak interactions. He was a professor in the UCLA Department of Physics (1970- ), a Sloan Fellow (1962-66), a Fellow of the American Physical Society...

 
Sala Burton papers, 1983-1987.

Consists of correspondence and other routine working files from her tenure from 1983-1987 in the 98th, 99th, and 100th Congresses of the United States House of Representatives. Correspondence is chiefly incoming from fellow members of Congress, friends and constituents, and...

 
Saladino (John) drawings of the Little house

The John F. Saladino drawings of the Little house span 3 linear feet and date from 1991. The collection is composed of 56 architectural drawings in the form of reprographic copies. Drawings include: demolition plans, construction plans, exterior and interior...

 
Salamone (Frank A.) slides and photographs

Depicts scenes of rural life in northwestern Nigeria.

 
Salandini (Victor P.) Papers

The papers of Fr. Victor P. Salandini consist of 5 1/2 linear feet of correspondence, personal files, and reference files dating from 1949 to 1973. The research strengths of the collection lie in its fairly full documentation of Fr. Salandini's...

 
Salandini (Victor P.) papers

Roman Catholic priest who was both a scholar of farm labor problems in California and an active participant with the Mexican American labor movement, particularly the United Farm Workers.

 
Salandra (Antonio) speech transcript

Relates to the Italian policy of neutrality during World War I. Speech delivered to the Italian Parliament, December 3, 1914. Translated by Jean Black.

 
Salandra (Eugene) collection on the New York City Radical Faeries

Administrative records, drawings, correspondence, and publicity material, 1990-2002, from Eugene Salandra documenting the New York City Radical Faeries. The bulk of the collection is art work by Salandra used for the group's newsletter.

 
Salas Concepcion

A small collection of a handwritten biography and copies of photos

 
Salazar (Ruben) Collection

In 1979 the new library at Sonoma State University was named after Mexican-American journalist Rubén Salazar. Clippings of articles written by him during the 1950s and ‘60s for the local newspaper, The Press Democrat, were compiled and became the root...

 
Salcido (Tony) International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Local 13 Collection

Tony Salcido was a longshoreman in Los Angeles for 42 years. He was an active member of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Local 13 throughout that time. The collection documents his long and significant career as a dock worker,...

 
Sale (Arthur) Papers

This collection includes incoming correspondence, manuscript drafts of early poetry and later typescript drafts for an unpublished book "Under the Bomb: Neo-Georgian poems".

 
Sale (Charles "Chic") collection

This collection consists of correspondence, ephemera, and photographs related to Charles “Chic” Sale’s career as an actor and vaudevillian.

 
Sale of rights, titles and interests to lands, slaves & other property, William B. Lewis to widow, heirs & legal repres-ves of John M. Jewell : Opelousas, parish of St. Landry, Louisiana : ms., 1844 Apr. 17.

Copy of sale, involving the transfer of ownership of 45 slaves, certified in the office of, and by, the judge of the parish of Avoyelles, May 11, 1846.

 
Sale (Richard) papers

The Richard Sale papers span the years 1940-1977 and encompass approximately 14 linear feet. The collection consists of screenplays, teleplays, novels, short stories, and some personal papers....

 
Saleam (Jim) collection

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, flyers, newsletters, and clippings, relating to neo-Nazi and other far right political organizations in Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Great Britain, and Europe. Includes the master's thesis by Jim Saleam, "American Nazism in the Context...

 
Salem-Needham School Scrapbooks

The three scrapbooks which comprise this collection chronicle the final years of the old Salem School classes and the transfer of seventh and eighth grade pupils to the newly expanded Needham School. They were created and maintained by the Salem...

 
Salerno (Luigi) Research Papers

The collection is comprised of research notes, an extensive photograph archive and correspondence, which document the career and scholarly interests of Italian art historian Luigi Salerno. Active in Rome and prominent in the field of baroque studies, Salerno was a...

 
Salerno (Mark) Papers

Papers of Mark Salerno (1956-), a Los Angeles-based poet and founding editor of .

 
Sales and Notes Payable Book

This handwritten volume dates from 1826 to 1830 and includes records of sales and notes payable for an unknown store probably located in Massachusetts. Customers hailed from Provincetown, Kingston, Boston, Charlestown, Plymouth, and other areas in Massachusetts. Entries are organized...

 
Sales (Ephraim) Collection of Tapes and Transcripts of Interviews by Roy Newquist

Roy Newquist (b.1925) was a copy supervisor for various advertising agencies in Minneapolis and Chicago (1951-63), a literary editor for Chicago's and a critic for the (1963). He also hosted a radio program called , WQXR, New York. His published...

 
Sales (Grover) Collection

The collection consists of 2018 slides of jazz musicians; jazz documentaries and interviews with famous jazz musicians on audio tapes; a well-written and entertaining autobiography; course syllabi; two articles and miscellaneous typescripts by Sales; and writings about him....

 
Salesman's prospectus photograph album for the Marchant calculating machine [graphic]

Photographs documenting the history, plant, operations, offices, workers and products of the company. Includes photographic reproductions of patents and other certificates, letters ordering the company's machines, etc.

 
Salicru (Alberto), Collection on

This collection contains photographs, reviews, publicity announcements, programs, magazines and a poster documenting the career of Flamenco and regional classical dancer Alberto Salicru and several of his partners.

 
Salina Cruz (Mexico) harbor and railroad photographs [graphic].

Photographs of the harbor of Salina Cruz (Oaxaca, Mexico), many of them multi-print, panoramic views of the town. Many images depict railroad activities and quarrying. Also includes 5 letters pertaining to the employment in Salina Cruz of electrical engineer Louis...

 
Salinas, (Raul) Papers

The materials in the collection span from the late 1950s through 1994, and they consist of printed, visual and oral texts. Raul Salinas' writing and political activism reflect a multiplicity of interests and a hybrid of influences. His poetry is...

 
Salinas (Ric) Culture Clash Collection

A founding member of Culture Clash, Ric Salinas was born in El Salvador, and moved to San Francisco as a child. He grew up in the Mission District and attended San Francisco State University, where he participated in the theater...

 
Salinger (Irene Saltern) Papers

This collection comprises the personal and professional papers of Irene Saltern Salinger, a Hollywood fashion designer in the late 1930s to early 1940s, originator of coordinated women's sportswear separates in the 1950s, and fashion designer into the late 1970s. Her...

 
Salisbury (Laurence E.) Papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, and memoranda, relating to American foreign relations with China, Japan, and the Philippines, and to political developments in the United States

Salk (Jonas) Papers

Papers of Dr. Jonas Salk, noted physician, virologist, humanitarian, and founder of the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in San Diego, California. Salk is best known for his development of the world's first successful vaccine for the prevention of poliomyelitis,...

 
Sallie A. Snow letters to her sister : San Francisco, 1868.

Letters describe her life as a new arrival in San Francisco.

 
Sallie Jane Yeargin Atkinson autobiography : Oakland, Calif. : typescript, 1941?

Notes on her childhood in the South during the Civil War; California, 1870, and life in the San Joaquin Valley; experiences as the wife of a Methodist minister.

 
Sally Smith Hughes collection of American war posters of the First World War [graphic].

American war posters created during the First World War pertaining to various subjects, including promotion of Liberty Bonds and other monetary investment; Navy and Marines recruiting; troop morale, loyalty and honorable discharge; and general patriotism and support of the military...

 
Salmon (Brainerd P.) writings

Letters and reports, relating to relief work for refugees in Greece.

 
Salmon (Eugene N.) Papers

The collection contains papers, correspondence, and teaching aids pertaining to the educational and professional life of Eugene N. Salmon, Humanities Librarian at California State University, Sacramento.

 
Salmon Wheeler Beardsley letters, 1862-1864, to his family.

Describes his experiences during the Civil War as a soldier with the New York Volunteers. With these: reminiscences by his wife, Ann Elizabeth Casten Beardsley; and a paper based on the letters, written by his descendant, Nancy Jacobsen.

 
Salnais (Voldemars) Papers

Correspondence, reports, clippings, printed matter, and photographs relating to Latvian independence movements, foreign relations, and women's organizations; Latvians in Siberia (Vladivostok); and the Office of the Latvian Representative in the Far East and Siberia. Includes some materials collected by Milda...

 
Salomon D. Schonfeld financial records, 1859-1864.

Contains correspondence concerning Salomon Schonfeld's business activities in Red Bluff, mostly from his brother Jonas in San Francisco. Includes receipts, some illustrated, for payments by Schonfeld to various local businesses, such as dry goods stores and newspapers. Also includes receipts...

Salt Lake City, San Francisco, and Other City Views Photograph Album

This disbound album contains 59 photographs consisting mostly of commercial views of cities and miscellaneous subjects, dating from circa 1870s-1880s, including images of Mormon figureheads, Salt Lake City, Utah; city scenes of San Francisco; and some views of Native Americans...

 
Salt Lake City, Utah views [graphic] /

Views show Temple Street in Salt Lake city. One of the views shows business buildings, including Carter's View Emporium [business of photographer C.W. Carter.]

 
[Salt Lake City views].

Small format professional views of Salt Lake City landmarks, including the Utah state capitol building, Eagle Gate, Brigham Young monument, Mormon Temple, Memorial Monument, Mormon Tabernacle interior with choir, Mormon Battalion monument, and Seagull monument. Also includes a cityscape view...

 
Salt Lake City views [grahic] /

A view of Salt Lake City from Prospect Hill and a view of Temple Block.

 
Salt Lake views [graphic] /

Commercial views of Great Salt Lake depicting Garfield Beach Resort, Garfield Landing, Black Rock and Antelope Island. Views include swimmers, boats, and other signs of recreation.

 
Salt registers.

Registers of salt received from mines, dating from Walpurgis (May 1st). First volume is dated 1523. Watermarks: volume 1, very large bull's head with snake encircling long cross above (similar to Briquet 15366); volume 2, heraldic arms with horizontal bars...

 
Salt (Waldo) Papers

Collection consists of of material related to the career of scree n writer Waldo Salt. Includes correspondence, scripts, research, and personal pa pers. Personal materials include biographical information, family, legal, financ ial and medical papers, writings by and about Salt,...

 
Salter (Hans J.) papers

The collection consists of music, personal papers, correspondence, photographs, production materials, business papers and periodical clippings of one of Universal Pictures' film composers, Hans J. Salter. The various kinds of music are manuscript and published music including conductor's scores, orchestral...

 
Saltman (Paul) Papers

Papers (1933-1999) of Paul Saltman, biochemist, professor of biology and administrator at the University of California, San Diego. Saltman studied the basic chemistry of metal ions in biological systems, the role of trace metal elements in nutrition and gained popular...

 
Salvador Roberto Torres Papers, 1934-2002 (bulk 1962-2002)

The collection includes correspondence, photographs, slides, news clippings, reports, sketches, mural concepts, films, audiocassettes, one original silkscreen print titled "Viva la Raza", and other documents.

 
Salvadoran Subject Collection

Reports, serial issues, pamphlets, flyers, press releases, other printed matter, and video tape, relating to political conditions, guerrilla warfare, and civil rights in El Salvador.

 
Salvage programs following the 1968 hurricane : Berkeley, Calif., 1968.

An account of the federal emergency programs, particularly fire protection and timber salvage, after the 1938 New England hurricane. Photographs and map inserted. Appended: Peirce's correspondence with Amelia R. Fry relative to preparation of his statement. Included also: Peirce's original...

 
Salvation Army document, 1893

Dec. 23 , 1893 issue of the War Cry (San Francisco, CA).

 
Salviati and Company Publications

Collection consists of three booklets in English on the company's mosaics; one brochure on their workshop in Venice; and catalogs in French for mirrors, glassware, and chandeliers.

 
Sam Burgey collection on the Punitive Expedition into Mexico, 1886-1916.

Six letters with envelopes (15 p.), six b&w photographs, and two newspaper clippings from and about Burgey family members serving in different capacities in the U.S. Army with Gen. Pershing and Lt. Patton during the hunt for Pancho Villa in...

 
Sam Cherry photographs of the Black Cat Café, San Francisco, Calif. [graphic].

Photographs of scenes inside the Black Cat Café, a bar on the outskirts of San Francisco's North Beach neighborhood. One image, titled "Portrait of my wife, Clare", depicts an artist sketching the portrait of a woman seated at his table....

 
Sam Cherry portraits of Charles Bukowski [graphic].

Portraits of Charles Bukowski posing in various settings: sitting in a shack; lying in bed with a baby doll and beer bottles; standing in the lobby of an unidentified building; leaning on a pole at a street corner (perhaps in...

 
Sam Roberts collection of notes and maps.

Materials relates mainly to San Francisco.

 
Samahang Pilipino. Administrative files and related materials.

Record Series 701 contains the administrative files and related materials of Samahang Pilipino. Files regard the operations of Samahang Pilipino, and events including conventions, retreats, and Pilipino Cultural Night (PCN). Materials include Samahang Pilipino constitutional materials, agendas, minutes, memos, newsletters,...

 
Samano, Roman discharge document

This document describes the discharge of Roman Samano from the 1st Battalion of the Native Cavalry of California Volunteers at the end of the Civil War.

 
Same-sex marriage collection

Clippings, fliers, leaflets, correspondence, typescripts, photographs, and other material documenting individuals and organizations advocating for same-sex marriage in the United States and Canada, 1958-2012. The materials document numerous attempts to change legislation or legal status of LGBT individuals in regard...

 
Sammarco, Joseph Williams (Korean War correspondence)

53 Letters, 14 photos, and a newspaper article pertaining to Cpl. Joseph W. Sammarco during his tour of duty in the Korean War 1950-1951. Sammarco was a member of the 37th Field Artillery battery of the U.S. Army. All materials...

 
Sammis (Frederick M., Jr.) collection

Depicts various scenes from the German occupation of Memel; the Polish campaign; the Russo-Finnish war; the German air and rocket offensive against Great Britain; naval warfare in the Atlantic; and the European Theater during 1944-1945, including scenes of the Allied...

 
Samoa and Fiji photographs, circa late 1800s

57 black and white photos mounted on 6 detached album pages. Photos show inhabitants and locales in Samoa and Fiji. Scenes depicting indigenous peoples and their activities as well as some westerners; also images of villages, beaches, a market place...

 
Samoilovich (Aleksandr V.) Papers

Correspondence and printed matter, relating to activities of the Russian Orthodox Church abroad.

 
Samois Records and T-Shirts

This collection contains records from the influential lesbian sadomasochism (SM) group, Samois. This collection does not represent the organization’s “official” records. Rather, it was assembled by several former members of Samois, many of whom were involved in the production of...

 
Samonov family miscellaneous papers

Birth and marriage certificates, military service record, internal passports, and photographs, relating to the Russian Imperial army.

 
Samper Pizano (Ernesto) collection

Discussion papers, booklets, serial issues, and other printed matter, relating to social and economic policy planning in Colombia, other aspects of governmental administration in Colombia, and human rights in Colombia. Includes many discussion papers issued by the Departamento Nacional de...

 
Sampey, John Richard: Papers on Microfiche

Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew, and then President at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Sampey was a founder of the Baptist World Alliance and a veteran of forty-six years on the International Sunday School Lesson Committee. Sampey was author of...

Sampson (Tim) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Tim Sampson conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Describes posts with Avalon-Carver Community Center, Los Angeles; Center for Community Development, Fresno; and National Welfare Rights Organization (NWRO), Washington, D.C.; Administrative Director, NWRO, 1967-1970; analyzes techniques of successful...

 
Sampson (Tim) Photograph Collection No. 8

This collection is arranged in sixteen folders with attention paid to original order and grouping upon arrival to the Labor Archives. Each folder lists a and contains several listed in the descriptive guide. Photographers and identified individuals are also documented...

 
Sampson (W.F.) Papers

Sampson's papers include investment information on hedging in sugar futures(1920-1932) and automobile purchase contracts and insurance forms (1927; 1937-1940)....

 
Sams (Crawford F.) papers

The Crawford F. Sams papers contain correspondence, orders, speeches and writings, research data, printed matter, certificates, and photographs relating to American military medical activities in the Middle East during World War II, American military medical activities in the Korean War,...

 
Samsonow (Michael S.) papers

Memoirs, writings, and a photograph, relating to Tsar Alexander III of Russia, Russian émigrés in Hungary after the Russian Revolution, and the provisions for a veto in the United Nations Charter.

 
Samuel A. Brimblecom correspondence, 1847-1849.

Consists of letters to Captain Samuel Brimblecom concerning the Chinese opium trade. Correspondents include H. DuCommun, Gilmor Meredith, Robert Jackson, Russell & Co., Bush & Co., and D. Rustomjee & Co.

 
Samuel A. Shumway diary, 1853.

Dairy written in Pocket Memorandum Almanac, 1853.

 
Samuel A. Shumway diary, 1853.

Dairy written in Pocket Memorandum Almanac, 1853.

 
Samuel and Irene Lipman family papers, 1851-1970.

The collection consists of materials relating to the Lipman, Harris, Lesser, Hirshfeld, Bibo, Levy, and Salmonson families, including the following: a booklet written by Rowena Lipman, "The Family of Isaac and Rebecca Harris," that has information about the family history...

 
Samuel (Arthur Lee) Papers

Collection is largely biographical and includes photographs, his C.V., biographies and obituaries, and Samuel's annotated copy of LEES' GUIDE TO THE GAME OF DRAUGHTS, 1953.

 
Samuel B. Bell sermons and travel narratives, 1852-1894.

Contains 18 legal size typescript (mimeographed) sermons, some with manuscript additions and corrections, on a variety of Christian religious topics and 3 legal size typescript (mimeographed) detailed travel narratives about an ocean trip around Cape Horn (Fall of 1852-February 1853,...

 
Samuel B. Christy papers, 1880-1905.

Mainly correspondence relating to mining and metallurgy, including his discovery of the cyanide process for gold extraction. Some of it relates also to the building of the Hearst Mining Building. Also included are papers relating to the Dept. of Mining...

 
Samuel Beckett collection, 1962-1974

Collection, with one inscribed b/w photograph, 1962, and correspondence, mainly regarding requests for use of UCSB's copy of Beckett's manuscript Eluetheria, with signed responses by Beckett, 1966, 1972, 1974.

 
Samuel Brannan land transfer papers, 1865-1870.

Three documents: transfer of swamp and overflowed lands in San Joaquin County from Samuel Brannan to A.G. Kimbell on Oct. 25, 1865, transfer of same land from Kimbell to John Rueger on June 23, 1866, and transfer of same land...

 
Samuel Brannan land transfer papers, 1865-1870.

Three documents: transfer of swamp and overflowed lands in San Joaquin County from Samuel Brannan to A.G. Kimbell on Oct. 25, 1865, transfer of same land from Kimbell to John Rueger on June 23, 1866, and transfer of same land...

 
Samuel Breck sentencing statement, 1872.

Statement by U. S. Army Assistant Adjutant General Samuel Breck sentencing former Private William Gibson to two years hard labor, dated February 28, 1872 at the Headquarters Department of California in San Francisco.

 
Samuel Butler collection of letters, 1880-1896.

Some letters addressed to H. T. Gillson, a college chum and confidant. Two letters of 1880 provide a self-estimate of Butler at the age of 44. With these: menu for a dinner in memory of Samuel Butler, 1908.

 
Samuel C. May papers, 1923-1955.

Contains materials related to May's professional activities including correspondence, writings, documents related to conferences attended, organizations May belonged to and to his teaching. Also includes materials related to his retirement and a small amount of personal papers.

 
Samuel C. Upham papers, circa 1870-1879.

Contains handwritten and printed correspondence, speeches, dedications, poems, reviews, song sheets, etc. One of the letters (18 p.), dated May 6, 1878, contains an extensive autobiographical account of Upham's life including his family history, his brief time as a gold...

 
Samuel Chenery Damon letters to H.H. Bancroft : Honolulu : ALS, 1882-1883.

Concerning items from Damon's library lent to H.H. Bancroft.

 
Samuel Chester May papers, 1929-1947.

Box 1: Material, ca. 1929-31, regarding his interest in East Bay regional parks, including correspondence with East Bay Regional Park Association, U.S. National Park Service (with letters from Ansel F. Hall), Duncan McDuffie, and others, and related reports and papers...

 
Samuel Colt fragment of letter : n.p. : ALS, [undated]

With this: obituary clipping from the American Phrenological Journal.

 
Samuel Emlen letters to his family : additions, 1875-1877.

Description of San Francisco; failure of the National Gold Bank and Trust Company in San Francisco; life at Rose's Station near Bakersfield, California, and at Fort Union, New Mexico.

 
Samuel Emlen letters to his family : ALS, 1876-1880.

Eighteen letters mainly addressed to his sister, Mary D. Emlen, with explanatory note by C. Emlen Scott.

 
Samuel F. Pond diaries, 1850-1854.

Record of voyage, 1850, from New York to San Francisco, via Isthmus of Panama; life in the mines (mainly in El Dorado Co.); ranching in Yolo Co.

 
Samuel F. Tracy legal documents : ADS, 1849.

Contains an agreement between Samuel F. Tracy, a New York City merchant and Orlando C. Osborne, for Osborne to refine gold found by Tracy's men in Calif. Also contains a memorandum of an agreement between Tracy and Leander Freeman, captain...

 
Samuel Franklin Cody Papers

Posters, clippings, scripts, programs, photographs, lettersheets, sheet music and documents relating to the career of Texan, Samuel Franklin Cody, as a Wild West showman, sharpshooter, actor, playwright, horseman and aviator in Great Britain and Western Europe.

 
Samuel G. Holcenberg papers, 1916-1957.

Personal and professional correspondence; minutes; speeches; publications and reports; photographs; and newspaper clippings.

 
Samuel G. Nash papers, 1876-1891.

Correspondence, invitation, business cards, and programs concerning his life and activity in California.

 
Samuel (Gerhard) Collection

Papers and recordings from American conductor and composer Gerhard Samuel (1924-2008), particularly from his years conducting the Oakland Symphony, Minneapolis Symphony, and University of Cincinnati.

 
Samuel Ghinsberg papers, 1919-1966.

Correspondence; articles and clippings; and My Exciting Exodus, a manuscript by Ghinsberg that describes both how, in 1900, he led thousands of Jews from Romania and Russia to the U.S. and his meeting with Theodor Herzl.

 
Samuel H. Auerbach memoir and other papers, [ca.1897-1912].

Consists primarily of memoirs of Samuel H. Auerbach, composed late in life, recounting family history, including detailed anecdotal account of youthful experiences in Germany, migration to New York, voyage to California via Panama, and life in La Porte, California, Austin,...

 
Samuel Harris family correspondence and photograph, 1911-1922.

The collection includes a photograph of Samuel Harris (1911); letters from Rabbi Martin Meyer to Samuel Harris (1912-1914); and a letter from Rabbi Rudolph Coffee (1922) to Moses Harris about the appointment of Melbourne Harris (Moses' son) to a pulpit...

 
Samuel Hieb World War II letters, 1944-1946.

300 letters written by Hieb to his family while serving in the U.S. Army, along with a ledger book for the Claremont Lumber Company and various other items pertaining to the construction industry.

 
Samuel Hirsch family papers and photographs, circa 1890-1983.

Collection consists of papers, photographs, and scrapbooks relating to the family of Samuel Hirsch of San Francisco. Among the papers are some of Samuel Hirsch's professional and organizational correspondence; papers, clippings and a memorial scrapbook relating to Rabbi Mayer Hirsch;...

 
Samuel Hopkins Willey papers, approximately 1848-1874.

Samuel Hopkins Willey papers, BANC MSS C-B 767, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Samuel J. and Portia Bell Hume photograph collection [graphic].

Photographs include banquet scenes, portraits, and many publicity photographs for stage performances at the Greek Theater at U.C. Berkeley. The name "Berkeley Festival Association" appears on some of these pieces. Also includes color plates (from an unidentified source) showing medieval...

 
Samuel J. Hume Collection, 1946-1956.

Business correspondence of Samuel J. Hume with California State Library

 
Samuel J. Hume residence in Berkeley, California [graphic]

Exterior and interior snapshots of Hume residence.

 
Samuel James Corbett family papers, 1868-1891.

Certificates and diplomas of various family members.

 
Samuel James Corbett papers, 1858-1890.

v. 1 Diary, 1858 Sept. 6 - 1859 Feb. 22; and portfolio of clippings and list (printed), 1890.

 
Sam[uel] L. Clemens letter, 1867 April 11

1 letter (ALS) to Alice J. Hyde, who had been a fellow passenger on a voyage to the Hawaiian Islands, re sending sword he had promised. St. Louis, 11 Apr. 1867. Published in Mark Twain's Letters, Vol. 2: 1867-68, edited...

 
Samuel L. Clemens note, 1879 November

One note (ANS), "…Never put off till tomorrow what can be put off till day after tomorrow just as well." Hartford, Nov. 1879. [CDCC]. Alpha list.

 
[Samuel Lawrence Nutting and Ellen Chickering Nutting family portraits and other photographs].

Includes individual and group portraits of Nutting and Chickering family members, including Samuel Lawrence Nutting, his wife Ellen Chickering Nutting, and other relatives and associates. Family members depicted in the ambrotype group portrait by Vance (item 1) are unidentified but,...

 
Samuel Lilienthal memorial book, 1891.

Memorial book for Dr. Samuel Lilienthal (homeopath) that contains eulogies from Jewish and non-Jewish newspapers and from homeopathic journals in America, Germany, and England.

 
Samuel Lilienthal miscellany, 1900-1957.

Includes a memorial from Wells Fargo Bank; a letter of introduction from the mayor of San Francisco, James Rolph; a report card for Elizabeth Lilienthal from San Francisco's Congregation Emanu-El; and a photograph of Samuel's sister, Caroline Lilienthal Esberg.

 
Samuel Linus Prindle papers, 1858-1889.

Correspondence, accounts, and miscellaneous papers as secretary of the Mokelumne and Campo Seco Canal and Mining Company, and of the Montgomery Gold and Silver Mining Company; miscellaneous papers relating to mining property in Calaveras County; tables of rainfall in Mokelumne...

 
Samuel Lover letter to Charles Cradock : [n.p.] : ALS, [undated]

Re the second volume of his Legends and Stories of Ireland, and his portrait of Dr. John Lingard, Feb. 8, n.y.

 
Samuel M. Brunner documents, 1862-1864

[Fife Major, Illinois Infantry, 138th Regiment (Vol)]. Five Civil War documents, including appointment and discharge documents, 1862-1864.

 
Samuel M. Steward letters and miscellany, 1974-1994.

Chiefly correspondence, including 59 letters and greeting cards from Samuel Steward to Paul Padgette, with copies of 12 letters from Padgette to Steward, regarding their work, travels, and mutual friends; includes 5 letters regarding Steward's "Dear Sammy". Also includes a...

 
Samuel M. Weaver correspondence, 1862 September 14

.[83rd Indiana Vol.]. Photocopies of correspondence, mostly Civil War era to his wife, ca. 1857-1865.

 
Samuel McCullough papers, 1851-1894.

Mainly accounts, promissory notes, receipts and papers relating to business and to property in Sacramento.

 
Samuel McDill course, undated

I'm OK, you're OK course

 
Samuel Moment's Temporary National Economic Committee Papers

This collection consists of the papers of Samuel A. Moment, which he used in his capacity of Economic Analyst for the Temporary National Economic Committee (T.N.E.C.), specifically in the Committee's investigation into the domestic copper industry. The T.N.E.C. was an...

 
Samuel Neal miscellany, [185-?]-1952.

Typescript biography (43 p.) entitled "Fremont's blacksmith: Samuel Neal," letters, and photographs related to Samuel Neal (1816-1859) and the Durham family. Biography written by Edna Hollenbeck (née Edna Reynolds Durham). Photographs include a portrait of Neal and a picture of...

 
Samuel P. Fair papers, 1855-1858.

Papers as superintendent of schools and sheriff of Siskiyou County. Includes letters to Fair, accounts as sheriff, personal accounts, report on School District No. 1; writs of attachment and certificates of sale issued from various courts.

 
Samuel P. Heintzelman engraving, circa 1850s-1900s

[Civil War Union Major General]. One photo engraving, carte de visité size.

 
Samuel Pepys document, 1661, 1686

One printed document with signed inscription, re oath of allegiance to King Charles, 1661, together with one letter (ALS) from the Department of Manuscripts, British Museum, verifying its authenticity , 1933. Also, one document (ADS), re naming of clerks and...

 
Samuel R. Throckmorton letters to Peter R. Roach : San Francisco, 1850-1868.

Writing as Roach's business agent, he comments on business conditions and opportunities in the city, the construction of various buildings, purchase and rental of real estate, destructive fires in the city, the effects of the '55 depression, mining investments, and...

 
Samuel Romilly papers, 1789-1818.

Portfolio of 11 letters dated 1789-1818 relating to the career of the British law reformer; include letters to Jeremy Bentham, and opinions on various cases, mainly relating to litigation in the settlement of estates.

 
Samuel Ryan Curtis diaries and papers, 1846-[ca. 1860]

Journal kept while commanding the Third Ohio Infantry, chiefly on occupation duty at Matamoros, Camargo and Saltillo, 1846-1847. Some correspondence, including drafts of letters to General Taylor and President Polk and letters from General Wool. Drafts of rules for the...

 
Samuel Stern immigration papers, 1851 and 1875.

Items include Stern's permit to leave Germany (1851), and his American naturalization papers which were issued in Santa Clara County, California (1875).

 
Samuel T. Brown documents, 1863-1865

[U.S. Navy, Paymaster]. Twelve Civil War documents: eleven guards' passes and one check, 1863-1865.

 
Samuel Taylor Coleridge note, 1772-1834

(1772-1834). One note (ANS), comparing the poems of [George] Crabbe and [Robert?] Southey, n.d.

 
Samuel Untermyer papers, circa 1954-1966.

Correspondence, research files, patents, articles, mostly concerning Untermyer's nuclear reactor work at General Electric Company.

 
Samuel W. Leonard correspondence, 1866-1867.

Letter to his mother, Auburn, Oregon, April 18, 1866. With two letters from G.B. Draper, Portland and San Francisco, to J.F. Leonard in Boston, concerning Leonard's estate, 1867.

 
Samuel Whitney Richards journal and diaries : typescript (carbon), 1844-1887.

Selected entries, covering experiences with the Mormons at Nauvoo, Ill.; assistance in preparing for the exodus and for his own mission to England in 1846; life in Salt Lake City after his arrival in 1850; work as member of the...

 
Samuels family papers and photographs, 1860-1903.

Collection consists primarily of photographs of members of the Samuels, Palinbaum, Korn, Moore, Chaxel, Barth, and Roth families; also contains some photographs of family members from Seattle, Washington, and South Bend, Indiana.

 
Samuels (Lawrence) collection

Materials relating to Libertarianism and Libertarian organizations collected by Lawrence Samuels, who is the Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party of Monterey County, and Northern Vice Chair of the Libertarian Party in California.

 
San Antonio de Padua Mission Documents

Documents collected by Thomas Savage from the San Antonio de Padua Mission in 1878 for the Bancroft Library. Mainly reports of the mission and papers relating to marriage dispensations.

 
San Antonio de Padua Mission records, 1771-1882.

Includes also records for San Carlos Borromeo Mission, San Miguel Mission, San Luis Obispo Mission and San José de Guadalupe Mission.

 
San Bernadino, California abstract of titles, 1851-1901.

Contains abstract of titles for land in San Bernadino: v. 1 includes map of land in Section 11 and 14; v. 2 starts with land of Don Antonio Maria Lugo, Rancho San Bernadino, granted by the Mexican government.

 
San Bernardino County, California collection

The San Bernardino County, California collection contains press clippings, correspondence, brochures, maps, and other material pertaining to the history, culture, tourism, and local communities of the county. Material related to heritage sites, cultural institutions, natural landmarks, residential life, and tourist...

 
San Bernardo Ranch records, [ca. 1887-1932]

Includes letterpress copybooks, account books, correspondence, payroll records, and other financial records. Also includes records of the San Bernardo and Salinas Valley Canal Company, including by-laws, minutes of stockholder meetings, 1907-1913, and book of stock certificates.

 
San Bernardo Rancho and the Southern Salinas Valley, 1871-1981 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1980-1982.

Information on the Brandenstein and Rosenberg families and the Ranch; development of San Ardo, etc.

San Bruno local history photograph collection

The San Bruno Public Library's photograph collection includes images of historical interest of San Bruno and other areas of San Mateo County from the mid 1800s to the mid 1950s. Images document commercial, residential, and public buildings (notably Uncle Tom's...

 
San Buenaventura Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee Records

Collection consists of minutes, reports, and printed materials related to the San Buenaventura Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee and its activities between 1972-76....

 
San Buenaventura (Steffi) Papers

Manuscripts, correspondence, photographic materials, clippings, audiotapes, and memorabilia relating to San Buenaventura's research on Filipino American history. Also included is material on Hilario Moncado and the Filipino Federation of America.

 
San Cristobal de los Hualahuises Mission inventory and accounts, 1793-1832.

Volume 1: Inventory of church furnishings (1793-1832); volume 2: Accounts: for livestock, grain, implements and Indians of the mission (1795-1810); income and expenditures of the town treasury (1826-1848).

 
San Diegans, Inc., Records of

Subjects covered include architects and architecture, Center City, city planning, civil engineers, engineering, commerce, manufacturing, the construction industry, environmental planning, land use and development, public administration, the San Diego Unified Port District, tourism, and transportation.  The collection consists of correspondence,...

 
San Diego & Arizona Railway/Tijuana & Tecate Railway Collection

The typewritten report upon balance sheet audit of accounts as of December 31, 1929 (166 pages in a binder) was prepared in 1929 for the Board of Directors of the J. D. and A. B. Spreckels Securities Company, probably in...

 
San Diego 200th Anniversary Collection

Materials in this artificial collection document San Diego's 200th anniversary in 1969....

 
San Diego Aerospace Museum collection

Photographs, postcards, and miscellany, relating mainly to American participation in World Wars I and II. Collected by the San Diego Aerospace Museum.

 
San Diego and Coronado Ferry Collection

The small consists of five items, and documents selected financial operations of the company from early in its long history. It consists of three financial ledgers, one report, and one broadside. The first ledger dates from 1907 to 1916 and...

 
San Diego and Los Angeles county views [graphic]

Views show an old town in San Diego County, a couple in a boat on a lake at Baldwin's Ranch [probably Lucky Baldwin's estate, Arcadia, Calif.], and the San Gabriel mission.

 
San Diego and other Southern California views [graphic]

Includes an aerial view of the San Diego waterfront showing projected site of the Panama-California exposition, and views of: Coronado Beach, West Lake Park in Los Angeles, Palm Springs, and Escondido Valley. One photo of the U.S. Grand Hotel (San...

 
San Diego area views from the Clark Alberti papers [graphic]

Photographs show various views of San Diego and Coronado, including the Hotel del Coronado, various missions, public buildings and private residences, etc.

 
San Diego Association for the Education of Young Children Records

The collection consists of historical reports, chronology, constitution, articles of incorporation, fliers, correspondence, newspaper clippings, biographical information, membership directories, newsletters, scrapbooks, and oral history interviews. A small amount of material from the California and Southern California chapters, and from the...

 
San Diego Bar Association Auxiliary Records

This collection contains San Diego Bar Association Auxiliary records including administrative and financial records as well as documents regarding their philanthropic programs and events such as the Courthouse Tours and the Blackstone Ball.

 
San Diego Browning Society Records

This collection contains items pertaining to the San Diego Browning Society, whose members read and analyzed the writings of Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

 
San Diego, California Views, 1920s

Printed photographic views of San Diego published by I. L. Eno of San Diego. Printed by the Albertype Co. of Brooklyn, NY.

 
San Diego Center for Children Photograph Collection

This small collection consists of sixteen photographic negatives of the San Diego Center for Children.  Photos of the interior and exterior of the Balboa Park building, designed by Irving Gill, are included, as well as photographs of children and their...

 
San Diego Center for Children Records

This collection contains the records of the San Diego Center for Children of which includes details of registered children, scrapbooks, photographs, and documents regarding internal operations.

 
San Diego Chamber of Commerce Collection

The collection contains administrative materials and reference resources related to the interests of the San Diego Chamber of Commerce.

 
San Diego Chamber of Commerce Records

The document the Chamber's activities and major Chamber-sponsored events in San Diego, such as the 1915 World Exposition at Balboa Park, San Diego's 200th Anniversary celebration, and the establishment of the University of California, San Diego. The majority of the...

 
San Diego City Advisory Board on Women Records

The collection consists of correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, news clippings, information brochures, rosters, and announcements of various meetings, seminars, and job opportunities....

 
San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau Collection

The collection includes reports, studies, financial records, research files, purchase orders, correspondence, public relations materials, media campaigns, conferences, speeches, brochures, promotional publications, photographs, and transparencies....

 
San Diego Corral of the Westerners

The document the publishing history and administrative organization of this non-profit entity dedicated to preserving the history of the American West.  These records include correspondence, meeting notices and minutes, event information, membership rosters, financial statements, and documentation of the Corral’s...

 
San Diego County Archaeological Society Records

The collection consists of correspondence relating to archaeological aspects of draft environmental impact studies, portions of environmental impact studies, announcements of public hearings, and reports of investigations....

 
San Diego County Christian Endeavor Collection

This collection contains administrative materials, convention documents, and publications by Christian Endeavor organizations in San Diego County from the late-1800s to mid-1900s.

 
San Diego County Commission on the Status of Women Records

The consist of agendas, meeting minutes, news clippings, programs, promotional materials, and a report generated by the Commission....

 
San Diego County Death Collection

This is an artificial collection of research material compiling records of cemeteries, mortuaries, and wills in San Diego County from the mid-nineteenth to mid-twentieth centuries.

 
San Diego County Department of Public Health Records

The collection includes minutes of meetings, correspondence, annual and monthly reports, fiscal materials, personnel files, statistical data, files on programs, published materials, photographs, and movie films.  Most materials post-date 1960.  It has been arranged into three major series, with numerous...

 
San Diego County Department of Transportation Collection

The collection consists of histories, surveyor reports, grand jury reports on the office of the County Surveyor, and correspondence....

 
San Diego County Hospital Records

Records of the San Diego County Hospital. This collection comprises hospital registers, discharge records and service analysis ledgers, as well as birth and death registers. The materials range between 1912 and 1954, with the bulk dating between 1940 and 1942.

 
San Diego County Lions Club Collection

This collection contains records of fifteen San Diego County chapters of the Lions Club ranging from 1921 until 1981.

 
San Diego County Medical Society Records

Records include bylaws, meeting minutes, membership lists, membership applications, correspondence, convention materials, photographs, ephemera, and a newspaper clipping scrapbook....

 
San Diego County Water Authority Collection

This collection contains administrative papers, reports, and other reference materials from the library and offices of the San Diego County Water Authority.

 
San Diego County Water Authority Records

The collection consists of memoranda, notes, reports, maps and newspaper clippings from the San Diego County Water Authority....

 
San Diego documents, 1850-1878.

Includes application for berth of pilot in harbor of San Diego, letter from postmaster of San Diego regarding non-arrival of mail, and license from the Custom House for schooner H.C. Almy.

 
San Diego Election Collection

The collection contains San Diego election results and related materials between 1849-1990.

 
San Diego Electric Railway Papers

This collection contains papers related to the construction of the San Diego Electric Railway in 1892.

 
San Diego Fabian Society Records

This collection contains a ledger of meeting minutes and miscellaneous papers related to the San Diego Fabian Society.

 
San Diego flume construction views, Calif. [graphic]

Photos show a party of boats riding in the San Diego flume, a view of horse-drawn wagons with supplies of lumber, and a view of men working on construction of the flume.

 
San Diego Gas and Electric, Sundesert Nuclear Power Plant Collection

The documents SDG&E's attempt to build the Sundesert nuclear power facility, as well as the California State Resources Conservation and Development Commission's actions in response to that proposal. The collection dates from 1974-1980, with the bulk of documents generated in...

 
San Diego Genealogical Society Collection

This collection contains newsletters and research material from the San Diego Genealogical Society, as well as a book detailing the history of the Clark, Cook, and Weld families.

 
San Diego Gila Southern Pacific and Atlantic Railroad Company Records

This collection consists of business records of the San Diego Gila Southern Pacific and Atlantic Railroad Company from 1854 to 1879.

 
San Diego Harbor Pilots Collection

This collection contains San Diego Harbor Pilots’ logs and receipts, covering harbor activities from 1888 to 1946.

 
San Diego High School Collection

The dates from 1901-1982.  It consists mostly of paper records.  Included in this collection are copies of the school's early yearbooks, , and its successor, as well as copies of the school's Homecoming programs from the 1920s to the early...

 
San Diego Hunger Coalition Records

This collection consists of materials related to a survey about hunger in San Diego carried out by the Hunger Survey Committee of the San Diego Hunger Coalition in 1983, in an attempt to quantify the total number of hungry people...

 
San Diego Junior Chamber of Commerce Records

The collection consists of records, some of which date from the 1930s, and the balance from the late 1960s onward. The collection is organized in segments dealing with membership, meetings and recruitment, chapter organization and procedures, general office files, and...

 
San Diego LGBT Periodical Collection

This collection contains issues of the San Diego Gay Times/Gay & Lesbian times from its first issue in 1988 through the year 2009. The magazine focused on news and events surrounding the San Diego LGBT community as well as the...

 
San Diego Memorabilia Collection

The contains historic ephemera related to San Diego. Brochures, tickets, programs, labels, flyers, photographs, stereoscopic views, pamphlets, and postcards are all part of the collection. Most materials do not have dates, although a date is noted where discernible, and most...

 
San Diego Mission baptismal records, 1769-1799, 1800-1822.

Original typed transcripts in: the San Diego Historical Society.

 
San Diego Natural History Museum Collection

This collection is made up of 121 negatives of various sizes. The photograph locations encompass sites in San Diego, California and Baja California, Mexico. The San Diego locations are as follows: the Mesa Grande and Pala Indian Reservations, Warner Springs,...

 
San Diego Open Forum Records

This collection contains meeting minutes and other business papers of the San Diego Open Forum, a non-profit organization promoting free speech, from 1918 to 1974.

 
San Diego Opera Association Records

The (1965-2008) documents the outreach, fundraising, growth and development of the San Diego Opera Association (SDOA), including the SDOA's outreach activities, fundraising, education, and work done in support of the San Diego Opera. It includes budgets, bylaws, correspondence, minutes, committee...

 
San Diego Opera Guild Records

The (1939-2000) documents the organization and activities of the San Diego Opera Guild (SDOG), the early growth and development of San Diego Opera, and the productions brought to San Diego by the SDOG.  It includes annual reports, clippings, correspondence, reviews,...

 
San Diego Opera Office Records

The (1968-2004) documents the administration, creative history, development, and growth of the San Diego Opera (SDO).  It includes correspondence, memoranda, clippings, minutes, photographs, budgets, financial records, and detailed documentation of numerous productions.  The collection consists of three major series: (1968-2004),...

 
San Diego Photograph Collection

The is modest in size with only 700+ images, yet some are of particular interest to those interested in the military in San Diego, Coronado and Hotel del Coronado, and outlying San Diego County....

 
San Diego Public Information Office Records

The documents the establishment of an information service for San Diego and the daily responsibilities of the Public Information Office (PIO) in the county.  The collection consists of community liaising program files, correspondence, memorandums, financial reports, and purchase orders documenting...

 
San Diego Pueblo Lands Collection

This collection contains reproductions of documents related to the original land grant for the pueblo of San Diego in 1834; the Board of Land Commissioners’ confirmation of the grant in 1854; decree from 1869 confirming settled land claims; and the...

 
San Diego Realty Board Services Collection

This collection contains property listings under the San Diego Realty Board from January 1, 1962 to September 9, 1962. Property listings include specific information detailing the condition and value of each property. Many listings are accompanied by an image of...

 
San Diego Rowing Club Records

This collection contains materials related to The San Diego Rowing Club and its administrative processes dating from 1890 through 1981.

 
San Diego Scrapbook Collection

Most of the eleven scrapbooks in this collection date from the early twentieth century and depict San Diego life through the various photographs, news clippings, and ephemera items within each one. Where discernible, the scrapbook creator has been noted; however,...

 
San Diego Sheet Music Collection

This collection contains sheet music from 1889 to 1984, many of which were written about San Diego or created by composers or publishers with a connection to San Diego.

 
San Diego Stadium Construction Collection

The collection consists of materials relating to the construction of San Diego Stadium, dating from 1965-67.  It includes legal documents, contracts, progress reports, and photographs....

 
San Diego Stamp Club Records

The collection contains records of the San Diego Stamp club from its inception on February 4, 1915 through September 28, 1916.

 
San Diego State University Centennial Celebration Collection

The documents the campus-wide celebration of the institution's one hundred year anniversary of its founding in 1897. The collection includes programs, reports, and photographs....

 
San Diego State University Foundation Collection

The (1943-2002) documents the operation and administration of the Foundation.  Highlights include materials related to the College Community Redevelopment Project, which seeks to provide more student housing, better public transportation, parking, and general improvements to the college area.  The collection...

 
San Diego State University Historical Collection

The documents the university's history from its beginnings as a normal school through its transition to a state college.  The collection dates from approximately 1897-1956, with the bulk of the documents created prior to 1935.  It consists primarily of paper...

 
San Diego Theater Organ Group and Fox Theatre Collection

This collection pertains to the San Diego Theater Organ Group and their restoration and revival of the Robert Morton Theater Organ at the Fox Theatre in San Diego.

 
San Diego Turners Records

The collection contains the records of the San Diego Turnevereins or ‘Turners,’ a German athletic organization.

 
San Diego Union Performing Arts Department Records

The materials in this collection document the rich history of the performing arts in San Diego from the late 1940s to 2001, as collected by the Entertainment Department at the . The editor of the Entertainment Department, Welton Jones, maintained...

 
San Diego Union-Tribune Photograph Collection

The collection chiefly consists of photographic negatives, photographs, and news clippings of San Diego news events taken by staff photographers of San Diego Union-Tribune and its predecessors, San Diego Union, San Diego Sun, San Diego Evening Tribune, and San Diego...

 
San Diego Vertical File

The contains a variety of materials documenting or relevant to San Diego's local history. It has been compiled by department staff over several decades....

 
San Diego-Imperial Counties Labor Council Records

The collection includes scrapbooks regarding AFL-CIO activities, press clippings, photographs, correspondence, special meeting minutes, executive meeting minutes, regular meeting minutes, and financial records, and bound volumes of the Council's newspaper, ....

 
San Dieguito Boys' and Girls' Club Records

The collection includes by-laws, agendas, meeting minutes, photographs, and newsletters....

 
San Domingo Gold Mining Company hydraulic mining views [graphic]

Views of hydraulic operations in progress including equipment, miners and visitors. Clearly shown are pipelines, high pressure hoses, sluices, and eroded hillside. Location presumed to be the San Domingo Mine, near Altaville, in Calaveras County.

 
San Fernando Earthquake Damage Photograph Collection

This collection includes photographs of damage caused by the 1971 Sylmar earthquake.

 
San Fernando Valley Health Consortium Collection

Incorporated in 1971, the SFVHC's purpose was to meet the health needs of the San Fernando Valley by developing programs to train health personnel. Using the facilities of community hospitals in the valley, the Consortium provided continuing education for health...

San Fernando Valley Oral History Project Collection

The San Fernando Valley Oral History Project is an effort to capture the history and character of the San Fernando Valley as it has evolved socially, politically, economically, and culturally over the course of its history. Selected topics include agriculture,...

 
San Fernando Women's Club Collection

The San Fernando Women's Club was formed as a non-profit organization in 1929, following the combination of several women's groups, including the Elective Study Club and the San Fernando Ebell Club. The collection provides insight into women's social and civic...

 
San Francisco : twenty corner markets and one in the middle of the block.

Exterior views of neighborhood convenience markets in various San Francisco locations, corresponding to the same images published in Chamlee's book of the same title.

 
 
San Francisco 1906 earthquake documents, photos, & films [electronic resource]

70 pages of documents relating to the San Francisco Earthquake Fire Included are correspondence, memoranda, and reports which record federal emergency response by the Army's Presidio of San Francisco. Also included are the report and related correspondence concerning Lieutenant Frederick...

 
San Francisco 1906 Earthquake Postcards Collection

This series includes postcards that feature black and white images of ruins from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. The devastating earthquake occurred on April 18, 1906, and fires proceeded for the next several days. The impact of the...

 
San Francisco 1906 earthquake views [graphic]

1: a wide view of San Francisco in ruins, from Nob Hill (numbered 14 in negative) -- 2: a group of people and an automobile parked among ruins, identified on verso as "part of China town, Best Store", (but appears...

 
San Francisco 1906 [graphic].

Album contains views taken by R.J. Waters & Co. related to the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire, depicting fires burning, fire damage, earthquake effects on buildings, and refugee camps. Among the many subjects are San Francisco City Hall, the...

 
San Francisco, a city in crisis : a report to the churches and synagogues : typescript, [1968?]

Compiled and written by a group of young seminarians; preface by Rev. Eugene J. Boyle, co-chairman.

 
San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake [graphic]

Three photographs of damage resulting from the San Francisco earthquake of 1906 (stamped "Shaw & Shaw" on the verso); and 2 photographs of Market Street, San Francisco, illuminated for the Portola Festival, probably the first, 1909.

 
San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) Records

This collection contains records from the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF), originally the Kaposi's Sarcoma Research and Education Foundation (KSREF), from its founding in 1982 through 1995.

 
San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) Records

This collection contains records documenting the activities of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation (SFAF) from 1983 through 2006. The bulk of the collection is from 1989-2005. The collection has a particular emphasis on SFAF's public policy and advocacy work at...

 
San Francisco and Hawaii views [graphic]

Items captioned (with photographer's numbers): Chinese Quarter, S.F., Ca. B58 -- Market Street from Third Street, San Francisco, looking east. B522 -- Palace Hotel, San Francico, Cal. B70 -- Court, Palace Hotel, S.F., Cal. B25 -- View of San Francisco...

San Francisco and Oakland, California, After the 1906 Earthquake and Fire - Views

This collection of earthquake and fire views from 1906 consists of 39 photographic prints in stereograph form. Several of the images have duplicate copies, bringing the total number of images to 43. Some photomechanical prints are included. The photographers are...

 
San Francisco and other California stereoviews [graphic]

Views of San Francisco include general views, the Lincoln Schoolhouse, and street construction. Other California views show the town of Santa Clara, hydraulic mining, the Abraham Lincoln giant sequoia, and a view in Yosemite. Also includes a view of Mexican...

 
San Francisco and other California views [graphic] /

Photographs show the Hotel del Monte in Monterey, historic buildings in the Monterey area, missions, and the Lick Observatory. San Francisco views show Fort Point, Golden Gate Park, a broad view from Jones and Washington, and a stereograph of the...

 
San Francisco and peninsula views of the 1906 earthquake and fire [graphic]

Collection contains glass negatives of views taken in San Francisco during and after the disaster of 1906. Views show fires burning, earthquake and fire damage, refugees and refugee camps. Includes many views of ruins of churches and synagogues. Locations and...

 
San Francisco and Santa Barbara views from the collection of Mrs. Benton H. Skillings [graphic].

Includes 22 photographic prints of the interior of the San Francisco Mint (inclusing workers, operations, managers, and offices, ca. 1900), 2 glass negatives of the interior of the Victorian Keeney home in San Francisco, 25 souvenir stamps from the Panama...

 
San Francisco Architectural Club Records

Minutes, correspondence, membership and financial records, curricular materials, ephemera, publications, and scrapbooks of the San Francisco Architectural Club; together with notebooks, photographic and diazo prints, drawings, and watercolors of architect and SFAC member Edward L. Frick.

 
San Francisco area printers, 1925-1965 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1965-1966.

Recollections of introduction to printing; the Toyon Press; the Black Vine Press; printers and fine printing in the Bay Area, with comments on John J. Johnck, Harold Seeger, Lawton Kennedy, Wilder Bentley, the Grabhorns, the Taylors, Brother Antoninus, John H....

 
San Francisco Arts Commission Neighborhood Arts Program Records

The San Francisco Neighborhood Arts Program (NAP) was established and funded by the Arts Commission in July 1967. The NAP shifted the focus of the arts community to neighborhood community centers that reflected the cultural identities of the communities who...

San Francisco Arts Festival Photographs and Records

The San Francisco Arts Festival Photographs and Records consist of photographic prints, slides, negatives, and a small amount of written and ephemeral records documenting the annual festival that was sponsored by the San Francisco Art Commission.

 
San Francisco Assessor's Office Homestead Maps

Assorted plat, survey, cadastral, parcel, real estate, and other maps showing land ownership, boundaries, subdivisions, blocks, streets, lots, tracts, and other legal and/or physical features, filed with the San Francisco City and County Recorder. Most are surveyed, mapped, and/or recorded...

 
San Francisco Ballet. Photographs from the San Francisco Ballet [graphic]

Includes portraits of members of the San Francisco Ballet.

 
San Francisco Bay and Waterfront, 1900-1965 : oral history transcript / and related material, 1968-1969.

Experiences working with tugboats on the Bay for Thomas Crowley & Brothers and Crowley Launch and Tugboat Company; description of Barbary Coast, Bay fisheries, San Francisco wharves, etc. Photographs inserted.

 
San Francisco Bay Area and scenes from Tahiti [graphic]

Album shows women on an ocean trip to Tahiti, Stanford University earthquake damage (1906), camping and picnicking scenes, parade in San Francisco(?), mining scenes in unknown locale, and unidentified residences.

 
San Francisco Bay Area and Yosemite views [graphic]

Views of Yosemite and San Francisco. Includes one group portrait of unidentified people.

 
San Francisco Bay Area earthquake and fire views [graphic]

Primarily earthquake & fire damage in San Francisco, with some views in Oakland and some of Stanford University.

San Francisco Bay Area Earthquake of 1868

The San Francisco Bay Area Earthquake of 1868 collection contains eleven cartes de visite and two stereographs taken in 1868 by various photographers. The collection documents the damage exacted by the Hayward earthquake of October 21, 1868, estimated to have...

 
San Francisco Bay Area events [graphic] : moving a lighthouse.

Photos depict moving of a lighthouse from San Francisco to Tinsley Island, Calif., to serve as a clubhouse for St. Francis Yacht Club.

 
San Francisco Bay Area highway and bridge projects collection, 1951-1956.

Contains correspondence, pamphlets, reports, drawings and maps relating to possible highway and bridge projects in the San Francisco Bay Area. Projects include a Geneva Ave bridge near Candlestick Park to Hayward; a San Francisco to Tiburon bridge through Angel Island;...

 
San Francisco Bay Area movie theater seating charts [graphic].

Contains seating charts to various Bay Area theaters.

 
San Francisco Bay Area people and scenes [graphic]

Includes individual and group portraits (President Theodore Roosevelt, President Taft, both in Oakland; Taylor family, Thomas family), street scenes.

 
San Francisco Bay Area pipeline construction photographs [graphic].

Large-format photographic prints documenting construction of a pipeline, presumably for irrigation. Workers are shown digging a ditch and laying pipe at an unidentified location near a shoreline in the San Francisco Bay Area, perhaps in Marin County.

 
San Francisco Bay Area posters from the Andover Street Archive.

Posters pertaining to miscellaneous Bay Area political and cultural topics: 1: People's Park, a photographic show [Pheonix Gallery, Berkeley; photograph by Warren F.S. Yee]; 2: Twas ever thus, says Mr. Natural [by R. Crumb, 1972]; 3: Free all psychiatric inmates...

 
San Francisco Bay Area punk rock fliers and posters collected by Marshall Weber.

Original fliers and posters advertising punk rock concerts. performance art, film, or other arts events, primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area.

 
San Francisco Bay Area residences [graphic] : designed or remodeled by C.C. Dakin.

Architectural projects in San Francisco, Berkeley, and other unidentified Bay Area locations. Includes exteriors as well as interiors showing furnishing and fixtures in the Arts and Crafts mission style. Several views of Native American pueblo dwellings are included.

 
San Francisco Bay Area rock concert handbills [graphic].

Handbills promoting concerts at Bill Graham's Fillmore Auditorium (San Francisco), the Avalon Ballroom (San Francisco), and Jabberwock Restaurant and Coffeehouse (Berkeley). Artists include Victor Moscoso, Wes Wilson, Lee Siegel and John H. Myers. Performers listed include The Doors, Country Joe...

 
San Francisco Bay Area scenes and ephemera [graphic]

Includes slides of the 1964 Republican Convention in San Francisco, photos of Richmond, Calif. (1914-1915), troop review at Camp Kearny, a photo of Culbert Olson, and related ephemera.

 
[San Francisco Bay Area social protest photographs of the 1960s-1970s].

Includes a child and father in a gay rights protest or pride parade, an International Hotel protest (eviction of Filipino American veterans), a Bakke case protest (affirmative action), etc.

 
[San Francisco Bay Area stereograph views.]

Commercial stereograph views of various points of interest in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond. Locations depicted include several tourist attractions in San Francisco and Oakland; the U.C. Berkeley campus; Marin County (Mill Valley, Muir Woods, Alpine Lake, Mount...

 
San Francisco Bay Area views [graphic].

Two views are rural landscapes in the vicinity of north Berkeley and what would later become El Cerrito, near the county line of Contra Costa and Alameda County, Calif. The third view is a wooded stream, Penitencia Creek, in Santa...

 
San Francisco Bay Area Water Company Maps

This small, artificial collection consists of maps outlining the holdings and the water rights of water companies in the San Francisco Bay Area in the first two decades of the twentieth century.

 
San Francisco Bay Area writers and artists : oral history transcript / and related material, 1962-1969.

Recollections of her father, Herman Whitaker, her husband, Xavier Martinez, and of Jack London, George Sterling, Ambrose Bierce, Joaquin Miller, and other writers and artists; life in Piedmont and Carmel; Harriet Dean and the Little Review; her daughter and son-in-law,...

 
San Francisco Bay Bridge views and presidential portraits [graphic]

7 35 mm. slides picture the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge and a view of the Berkeley hills, ca. 1960-1965. Lantern slides, apparently messages for projection to theater patrons, depict portraits of presidents and also include hand colored slides with messages...

 
San Francisco Bay California photograph album

California Photograph Album, circa late 19th century to 1910.

 
San Francisco Bay navy yard site survey, 1852.

1852 handwritten survey of sites for a possible navy yard around San Francisco Bay: Rincon Point , Mission Bay, Yerba Buena Island, Clark's Point, Sausalito, Raccoon Cove, Aspinwall Bay, Mare Island, and Southampton Bay, done by Simon F. Blunt.

 
San Francisco Bay Saline Water Barrier Collection

Collection of materials covering various saline water barrier plans for San Francisco Bay, with emphasis on the Reber Plan.

 
San Francisco Bay Task Force 1994 Records

Correspondence, memoranda, agreements, guidelines, newsletters, and other records pertaining to ticket sales, marketing, media coverage, negotiations for security arrangements, volunteers, and other aspects of the games. One file pertains to the Task Force's grants to underprivileged soccer youth organizations, following...

 
San Francisco Before the Earthquake of 1906 - Lantern Slides

Views of San Francisco (one 1837 general view of the city), streets and buildings, Montgomery Street in 1850's, the first Ferry Building, the old Vallejo Street Wharf, the Waterfront in 1860's, and other views.

 
San Francisco Bike Messenger Association Records

Collection contains documents related to the organizing of bike messengers employed by Dispatch Management Services Corporation (DMS), Flash Messenger Service, and Ultra Ex by the San Francisco Bike Messenger Association (SFBMA) and the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU).

 
San Francisco billboards from the period following the 1906 earthquake and fire [graphic].

Photographs of billboards posted on walls around construction sites and lots in San Francisco during the years following the 1906 earthquake and fire. Billboards advertise San Francisco Examiner, Ridgway's Tea, San Francisco Evening Globe, Morgan & Wright Tires, Hunter Whiskey,...

 
San Francisco Biography Collection 1850-present

Consists of a wide variety of materials relating to people widely known and relatively unknown in San Francisco, the greater Bay Area, and California. Includes materials pertaining to: prominent historical San Franciscans such as past mayors, railroad and mining barons...

 
San Francisco block books, [ca. 1868-1915]

V.1, loose sheets bound together for blocks, 317-420, 1868?-1869?; v.2-3, Homesteads; v.4, Mission blocks 1-203 & Mission plaza. Horners addition, blocks 2-258; v.5, City Hall lots and South Beach blocks; v.6, Fifty vara survey, blocks A-J and 1-316; v.7, Outside...

 
San Francisco book.

Possibly mock-up or student project. Volume contains stylized amateur views depicting various subjects and scenes in and around San Francisco, including several views of the Palace of Fine Arts as well as cityscapes, beaches and waterscapes, ships, statuary, Civic Center...

 
San Francisco Building & Construction Trades Council Records

The BTC files are divided into two series: the San Francisco Building Trades Council (later known as the San Francisco Building and Construction Trades Council) and the San Francisco Building Trades Council's Temple Association. Neither series contain complete records for...

 
San Francisco building photographs [graphic].

Photos show views of San Francisco buildings, including one at Montgomery Street, an apartment building, the I. Magnin store at Grant and Geary, and the Hotel Brillant.

 
San Francisco buildings and architectural details [graphic]

Primarily architectural details, such as doorways, stairs, windows, porches, roof lines, etc., of Victorian buildings.

 
San Francisco business miscellany, 1847-1908.

Bills, statements and receipts from various firms in San Francisco.

 
San Francisco Cable Car System Rehabilitation Project

This collection contains material on two separate but related projects in San Francisco: the S.F. Cable Car System Rehabilitation Project of the late 1970s to early 1980s, and the redesign of the S.F. Cable Car Museum in the late 1980s....

 
San Francisco (Calif.). Department of Public Works photographs

The San Francisco (Calif.). Department of Public Works photographs, July 14, 1919, (SAFR 24846, P80-098) is comprised of photographs of the area east of the Foot of Van Ness Avenue at Black Point Cove, San Francisco, California. The collection has...

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1981 (Nov. 3), miscellaneous propositions : campaign ephemera].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1982 (Nov. 2), Board of Supervisors candidates : campaign ephemera].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1982 (Nov. 2), endorsements by elected officials, political parties, and interest groups].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1982 (Nov. 2), miscellaneous propositions : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1983 (Apr. 26), recall of Mayor Dianne Feinstein : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1983 (Nov. 8), miscellaneous propositions : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1983 (Nov. 8), Proposition M, anti-highrise initiative : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1986 (June 3), miscellaneous propositions : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1987 (Nov. 3), mayoral candidates, Agnos, Boas, and Molinari : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1987 (Nov. 3), miscellaneous propositions : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), BART Board of Directors, District 9 candidates, Bernick and Kirkwood : campaign ephemera].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), Board of Supervisors candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), endorsements by elected officials, political parties and interest groups : campaign ephemera].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1988 (Nov. 8), miscellaneous propositions : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1990 (June 5) : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1991 (Dec. 10), Proposition A, school funding sales tax : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1992 (June 2) : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), Board of Supervisors candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), miscellaneous propositions : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), Proposition B, jail construction bond issue : newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), Proposition H, rent control initiative : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1992 (Nov. 3), School Board and City College Board candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1993 (Nov. 2), miscellaneous propositions : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1994 (June 7), propositions (except Propositions H and I) : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1994 (Nov. 8), ballot measures : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1995 (Nov. 7), bond measures and initiatives : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1995 (Nov. 7), District Attorney and Sheriff candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1995 (Nov. 7), Proposition E, charter reform : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1996 (Mar. 26) : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1996 (Nov. 5), ballot measures (except Measure G) : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1996 (Nov. 5), Measure G, district elections : newspaper clippings].

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

 
 
 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1998 (Nov. 3), ballot measures : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1998 (Nov. 3), School Board candidates : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
 
 
 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 1999 (Nov. 2), Propositions A-K : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 2003 (Nov. 4), ballot propositions : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 2003 (Nov. 4), District Attorney, Hallinan and Harris : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 2003 (Nov. 4), mayor, Newsom, Gonzalez, Alioto, etc. : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. election, 2004 (Nov. 2), Board of Supervisors and ballot propositions : campaign ephemera and news stories].

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

 
 
San Francisco, Calif. labor movement collection, 1938-1941.

Contains correspondence and mass mailings, membership lists, minutes, resolutions, handouts and publications and other ephemera dealing with the labor movement and unions of the late 1930's, in San Francisco, Calif. Most documents are from the Federation of Architects, Engineers, Chemists...

 
San Francisco, Calif., Police Court ledgers, 1873-1875.

Contains ledgers of fines imposed and collected, and bail receipts for the Police Court in San Francisco.

 
San Francisco, Calif. Police Dept. rosters, 1882, 1884, 1888.

Contains the roll call of police officers in San Francisco, Calif. The 1888 volume also includes lists of officers' misconduct and of officers' removal from duty by either dismissal, resignation, or death.

 
[San Francisco, Calif. runoff election, 1987 (Dec. 8), mayoral candidates Agnos and Molinari : campaign ephemera].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. runoff election, 1995 (Dec. 12), mayoral candidates Brown and Jordan : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. runoff election, 1999 (Dec. 14), mayoral candidates Ammiano and Brown : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
 
 
[San Francisco, Calif. runoff election, 2003 (Dec. 9), District Attorney, Hallinan and Harris : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
[San Francisco, Calif. runoff election, 2003 (Dec. 9), mayor, Gonzalez and Newsom : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
San Francisco, Calif. scenes and other Bay Area views [graphic]

Collection contains views of a crowded Ocean Beach with Cliff House in the distance; Southern Pacific ferry "Melrose"; two San Francisco street scenes showing street cars and automobiles (one showing Market Street); the Muir Inn at Muir Woods; a view...

 
San Francisco (Calif.) waterfront postcard collection

Five color lithograph postcards of the San Francisco, California waterfront.

 
San Francisco California land-related papers, 1837-1891 (bulk 1849-1870).

Leases, deeds, title searches for property in San Francisco. Includes some manuscript maps.

 
San Francisco, California, real estate records, 1850-1884.

The bulk of the collection consists of various forms of legal documents pertaining to real estate transactions in San Francisco, California including deeds, mortgages, conveyances, leases, abstracts of title, tax receipts, etc.

 
San Francisco cartes de visite portraits [graphic].

Includes 6 cartes de visite portraits and 1 tintype portrait of unidentified individuals. Identified photographers are all San Francisco studios.

 
San Francisco Charter Commission Records

This collection documents the work of the San Francisco Charter Commission, which met from 1978 to 1980 and put forth a new city charter on the November 4, 1980 ballot. The measure, Proposition A, failed. Materials include charter history, drafts...

 
San Francisco Chief of Police Department correspondence

Sixty one items mainly written by law enforcement officers and detectives to Henry H. Ellis, San Francisco Chief of Police from 1873 to 1877. Also includes a letter from Patrick Crowley and a list concerning number of Chinese arrests from...

 
San Francisco Chinatown photographs [graphic].

Views of Chinatown, San Francisco, in 1908, depicting Grant Ave. (formerly Dupont St.), a Chinese parade, a shoe-maker, a pharmacy, and a fortune-teller.

 
San Francisco Chinatown Residential Inspection Records

Collection consists of 4 volumes listing residents by name with occupations. First volume arranged by address, others arranged alphabetically by personal name.

San Francisco Chinese Community and Earthquake Damage, ca. 1906

The San Francisco Chinese Community and Earthquake Damage album contains 223 photographic prints taken circa 1906. A large percentage of the collection features the students of the Chinese Methodist Episcopal Mission, a girls' home in San Francisco's Chinatown. Included are...

 
San Francisco Chinese Community Citizens' Survey and Fact-Finding Committee records, 1962-1969.

Chiefly contains written materials gathered and produced by Mayor Joseph Alioto's Chinese community survey and fact finding committee from 1968 to 1969. Includes correspondence, various drafts of individual subcommittee reports and the report in its entirety, agenda and minutes from...

 
San Francisco chronicle copy of FBI file on Alan MacGregor Cranston, 2003.

Contains the copied files obtained by the San Francisco Chronicle from the FBI, through the Freedom of Information Act, pertaining to Alan MacGregor Cranston, covering the years 1941-1991.

 
San Francisco Chronicle Two Cents Project records, 1999-2007.

Contains materials associated with the Two Cents Project, a regular weekly newspaper column that featured comments by the general public associated to particular news stories of the day.The bulk of the collection consists of newspaper sections and tear sheets that...

 
San Francisco CIO Council records, [ca. 1939-1949].

Correspondence, telegrams, reports, press releases, clippings, pamphlets, minutes, checks, ledgers, vouchers, financial statements, and receipts concerning the activity of the Council in all aspects of union labor organizing and politics.

 
San Francisco Citizens Charter Revision Committee Records

This collection documents the work of the San Francisco Citizens Charter Revision Committee, which met from to 1968 to 1972 and submitted Proposition E which failed (on Nov. 4 1969), and Proposition R which passed (on Nov. 2, 1971).

 
San Francisco City Government collection of printed material

Collection consists of published reports of the Board of Supervisors and the Auditor of the City and County of San Francisco from 1869 to 1929.

 
San Francisco City Hall : architectural drawings, 1913.

Engineering drawings for the structural steel construction of San Francisco City Hall. Many include manuscript annotations. The City hall was designed by architectural firm Bakewell & Brown; Snyder was the engineer for the project.

 
San Francisco City Hall seismic retrofit and earthquake damage repair architectural drawings [graphic] /

Contains the architectural plans for the seismic retrofit and damage repair following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.

 
San Francisco city views [graphic]

Views focus on San Francisco, but may also include Oakland, Calif. Street scenes, businesses, vehicles, people, and buildings are pictured, many identified.

 
San Francisco cityscapes and other views [graphic].

Includes cityscape views of San Francisco, several of which comprise a panorama of the city. Also includes views of such San Francisco landmarks as Golden Gate Bridge, Coit Tower, the Palace of Fine Arts and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge,

 
San Francisco Committee of Vigilance collection, 1851, 1856 and undated.

Volume 1 includes blank enrollment and membership forms, invitations to Grand Ball, correspondence, list of boat captains, and petition against the Vigilance committee. Chiefly pertains to the Committee of 1856. Volume 2 contains 3 membership certificates for the Committee of...

 
San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1851 Papers

Include constitution, name book, minutes of meetings, accounts, and other records. Also police reports, statements and depositions in criminal cases, especially those involving James Stuart and John Jenkins. Some correspondence and clippings.

 
San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1856 Papers

Correspondence addressed to the Committee and a scrapbook of clippings, May - October 1856, covering the assassination of James King of William and the activities of the Committee. Also letters, 1853-1855, to Edward McGowan, who was seized by the Committee....

 
San Francisco Committee of Vigilance Records

This collection contains letters and documents related to the San Francisco Committee of Vigilance of 1856, a vigilante group that formed in San Francisco, California, and functioned for five months. The letters and documents are related to individuals making charges...

 
San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau. Photographs from the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau [graphic]

Aerial photographs of Candlestick Park and downtown San Francisco business district skyscrapers. View of Cliff House with 1950's decor, views of Golden Gate Park, Coit Tower, Union Square, and other street scenes. Views of sailing ships on the bay, cable...

 
San Francisco County Medical Society Library Standard accession books

Three Standard Accession Books: the official record of each volume added to the San Francisco County Medical Society Library from March 12, 1909 to October 22, 1945. Identification of the institution was aided by a 1944 letter found between the...

 
San Francisco de Asis Mission, San Francisco, California, citizens petitions to the California Legislature and letter, 1850-1851.

Photostats of petitions from the residents of Mission Dolores protesting incorporation within the San Francisco city limits, and presenting charter for a separate town. 52 signatures on 1850 petition; 31 on 1851 petition.

 
San Francisco Delinquent Tax Lists, 1876-1893.

Supplements to San Francisco newspapers containing delinquent tax lists and announcing sales of property to recoup unpaid taxes.

 
San Francisco Department of Public Health AIDS Office records

Records documenting the formation and activity of the AIDS Office, including files of Directors of Public Health, Mervyn Silverman and David Werdegar, prior to the Office's creation in 1985, followed by successive directors of the Office itself; records from four...

 
San Francisco Department of Public Health Records

Chiefly Board of Health minutes and Emergency Hospital registers, with a small amount of Director's, patient, and financial records. Also included are microfilm copies of surviving pre-1906 death records; the original ledgers are held at the San Francisco Department of...

 
San Francisco Department of Public Works Bureau of Engineering Records

Includes correspondence and project and subject files documenting public infrastructure construction in San Francisco, following the 1906 earthquake and fire.

 
San Francisco Department of Public Works Proposed San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridges Records

Materials collected and arranged by the San Francisco Department of Public Works documenting the planning of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. Includes newspaper clippings, reports, hearings, correspondence, journals, construction proposals and engineering plans, legislative documents, agreements, applications, contracts, resumes, boring...

 
San Francisco District Attorney's Office

Compilations of newspaper clippings related to criminal cases investigated and/or prosecuted by the San Francisco District Attorney's Office and news coverage of the Office itself; together with a set of grand jury transcripts of a 1918 homosexual "vice scandal" on...

 
San Francisco Earthquake & Fire Lantern Slides, 1906

Thirty-two lantern slides produced by the Perry Vitascope Co. of Los Angeles, showing fire and earthquake damage.

 
San Francisco Earthquake and Fire - Lantern Slides

Primarily views taken during and after the fire of 1906, including general views of the city as well as individual buildings and sites. Also includes early views of the city, dating from the 1850's.

 
[San Francisco earthquake and fire and rural Nevada County photographs].

Subjects include San Francisco earthquake and fire, parade in San Francisco celebrating Great White Fleet, and various scenes and aspects of rural family farm life in (allegedly) Nevada County, Calif.

 
San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Collection

Eyewitness accounts of the 1906 earthquake at Stanford; eyewitness account of earthquake damage to the Stanford and Hopkins houses in San Francisco; and magazine and newspaper accounts of the earthquake and its aftermath.

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire collection, 1906.

This material relating to the San Francisco earthquake and fire is from the local history collection of Santa Barbara bibliophile, Clifton F. Smith. A noted botanist, Smith was also an avid book collector with a particular interest in the history...

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire [graphic]

Proofs for an illustrated book on the San Francisco fire and earthquake of 1906.

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire [graphic]

Snapshots and professional photographs of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906.

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire [graphic]

Collection contains photographic prints taken in San Francisco by Herman Davis after the earthquake and fire of 1906. Views show fire damage and ruins of "fire proof" buildings. Among the buildings and locations pictured are the Cowell Building, Palace Hotel,...

 
San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Photograph Album, 1906.

The leather-bound volume contains 19 silver gelatin prints documenting the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire. The photographs record the destruction of buildings and houses, streets, refugee camps in Union Square, a ship deck with goods and...

 
San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Photograph Album, 1906.

The leather-bound volume contains 25 silver gelatin prints documenting the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire. The photographs record destroyed buildings and residences and a refugee camp in Union Square. Significant buildings documented are the Flood Mansion,...

 
San Francisco Earthquake and Fire photographs

Photo album with images of the San Francisco Earthquake and Fire aftermath; includes images of Native Americans in the Southwest.

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire photographs [graphic]

Collection contains copy photographic prints of views taken in San Francisco during and after the disaster of 1906. Views show fires burning, earthquake and fire damage, street scenes, refugees and refugee camps, and street kitchens. Locations include Market St., Jefferson...

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire photographs [graphic]

Collection contains five commercial photographic prints taken in San Francisco during the fire (2 taken from Nob Hill, 2 from Market St., and 1 from Russian Hill) and one post-disaster view taken from atop the Ferry Building looking up Market...

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire photographs [graphic] /

Collection contains commercial photographic prints taken in San Francisco during and after the disaster of 1906. Views show fires burning, earthquake and fire damage, cityscapes and a refugee camp. Among the buildings and locations pictured are Alamo Square, Mission Dolores...

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire photographs [graphic]

Snapshots of San Francisco after the earthquake and fire of 1906.

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire photographs [graphic] /

Street views of San Francisco ruins following the earthquake and fire of 1906, taken from Sutter and Mason, Polk and Eddy, Stockton and O'Farrell, and Eddy.

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire pictures [graphic]

Views show general building damage, debris, and wreckage from the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. Views also show refugees and camps.

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire postcards [graphic] /

Postcards show general destruction of San Francisco, the fire burning, streets, buildings, etc.

 
San Francisco Earthquake and Fire: Rotogravure Supplements to the SF Examiner

Cityscapes and bird's-eye-views of ruins following the 1906 earthquake and fire.

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire snapshot album [graphic].

Album includes snapshots taken during the aftermath of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire. Photographs depict building ruins, refugee camps, makeshift refugee shelters, street kitchens, and reconstruction scenes. A few photographs depict the burning fire. Also includes postcards, clippings...

San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Stereographs, 1906

The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Stereographs collection contains 37 stereographic prints, mostly published by Tom M. Phillips in 1906. The collection documents the devastation caused by the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906. Pictured are scenes along Market,...

San Francisco Earthquake and Fire Views

Collection contains commercial photographic prints taken in San Francisco by W.J. Street during and after the disaster of 1906.

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire views [graphic]

Collection contains commercial photographic prints taken in San Francisco by W.J. Street during and after the disaster of 1906. Views show fires burning, earthquake and fire damage, subsidence of streets, U.S. Army troops, and refugee camps. Among the buildings and...

 
San Francisco earthquake and fire views, including group portraits of adjusters [graphic]

Collection contains six group portraits of unidentified insurance adjusters in San Francisco following the earthquake and fire of 1906. In four of the portraits, they pose before the ruins of the San Francisco City Hall; in two they pose on...

 
San Francisco Earthquake of 1906 collection

This collection was gathered over many years by Academy Library staff. It is comprised of photographs, correspondence, ephemera, and reports and surveys about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake and fire.

 
San Francisco Earthquake Photograph Collection, 1906

The San Francisco Earthquake Photograph Collection is made up of 28 photographs of the structural damage caused by the earthquake and fire that hit San Francisco and the Northern California coast on April 18, 1906. Many of the pictures are...

 
San Francisco Earthquake Scrapbook

Identified in gold letters as "Crane Company. Plumbing, Gas, Steam, and Water Supplies, 1893" at 23 & 25 First Street, San Francisco, California, this 275 pp. illustrated catalog of plumbing supplies describes, lists and provides sizes and prices of fittings...

 
San Francisco earthquake snapshots [graphic]

Snapshots of rubble and destroyed buildings following the earthquake and fire of 1906; chiefly general downtown views and landmark buildings. Of note are a view of a family's posessions outside a home, an armed guard with a motorcycle, a makeshift...

 
[San Francisco election, 1991 (Nov. 5), Propositions A through D, J, K, L, O and P : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
San Francisco Ephemera Collection

Consists of ephemeral items pertaining to San Francisco. The bulk of the material dates from the late 19th century and early 20th century. Includes ephemera related to fraternal clubs and women's organizations; social clubs; institutions such as churches, schools, universities...

 
San Francisco Ephemera Collection1850-present

Consists of ephemeral materials, city records and clippings relating to the city of San Francisco and its citizens. Materials date from the 1850s to the present, the bulk from the 20th century. Subjects cover a diverse array of San Francisco...

 
San Francisco etchings [graphic]

Etchings show Chinatown in San Francisco, backyards on Telegraph Hill, a view of the Bay, and Italian family, a wharf scene, and an old whaling fleet.

 
San Francisco examiner photograph archive

Local news photographs taken by staff of the Examiner, a major San Francisco daily newspaper. The vast majority of the negative files record local persons and events in San Francisco, the Bay Area, and Northern California. Included are all the...

 
San Francisco Examiner Photograph Archive

The San Francisco Examiner photographic print files consist of the news photographs collected by the San Francisco Examiner library. Many are prints from negatives shot by staff photographers, while others originated with wire services or as submissions from individuals or...

 
San Francisco Ferry Building and other California views [graphic]

Contains many views of the San Francisco Ferry Building; as well as Fisherman's Wharf, Sutro Heights, horse-drawn motor vehicles with men posing in them, pedestrians, etc. Also included are views of Susanville, hot springs in the Bieber area (depicting bathers),...

 
San Francisco Ferry trip book

San Francisco Ferry trip book (SAFR 282, HDC 490) lists the crossing dates and speeds for the steamer NEWARK and EL CAPITAN on the San Francisco Bay for the years 1889-1892. Weather conditions are sometimes noted as well as other...

 
San Francisco fire & earthquake ruin photos [graphic] / compliments of M.A. Gunst.

Photographs depict earthquake damage, fires and fire damage, and refugees of the San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906.

 
San Francisco fire, April 18, 1906 [graphic]

Album contains commercial views of various San Francisco buildings damaged by the 1906 earthquake and fire. Among the buildings pictured are the Mills Buiding, San Francisco Gas & Electric Co., Aronson Building, Hale Bros. department store, San Francisco Savings and...

 
San Francisco fire photos and negatives [graphic]

Photographs show effects of the 1906 earthquake and fire in San Francisco, including damaged buildings, refugees, and similar scenes. Also included are views of railroad tracks in a snow covered town.

 
San Francisco Flag Day photograph album of Harry S. Truman in Golden Gate Park [graphic].

Album documents 1948 Flag Day ceremony in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, Calif. Photographs depict U.S. President Harry S. Truman as well as other ceremony participants. Also includes correspondence, ephemera and newsclippings pertaining to the event and, especially, its organization...

 
San Francisco Foundation Records

Contains office records, dockets, grant files, Buck Trust trial transcripts, newsletters, press releases, clippings, and other miscellaneous papers. Also included are manuscripts of the winning entries for the Joseph Henry Jackson Award, and the James D. Phelan Award.

 
San Francisco Foundation records, 1937-2013.

The records of the San Francisco Foundation document the history of the foundation from its founding in 1948 through the present. Included is correspondence, files kept by the Foundation on the various awardees, records of the Board of Directors and...

 
San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus ephemera collection, 1980-2001.

Contains programs, flyers, and other ephemera mostly concerning appearances of the chorus in various events throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, sometimes with other choruses, and many sponsored by Golden Gate Performing Arts.

 
San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus Records

This collection documents the history and influence of the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus, and its impact on the lives of members, audiences and LGBT people around the nation and world.

 
San Francisco General Hospital AIDS Ward 5B/5A Archives

Scrapbooks, communication books, head nurses' files, correspondence, videotapes, publications, and memorabilia collected by the nursing staff of AIDS Ward 5B/5A at San Francisco General Hospital, the first dedicated AIDS hospital ward in the U.S. The collection documents daily life on...

 
San Francisco General Hospital, Ward 84/86 Records

This collection is composed of two record groups: Administrative Records of the AIDS Program at San Francisco General Hospital, and Records of the Sixth International Conference on AIDS, held in San Francisco in 1990.

San Francisco Girls' High School Class Photographs, 1877

This collection consists of an album of 19 photographic prints of classes in the San Francisco Girls' High School in 1877. The subjects of the photographs are classes of students with their teachers and one photograph of all the teachers...

 
San Francisco Graft Prosecution Collection of Records

The Collection of San Francisco Graft Prosecution Records contains copies of legal records and scrapbooks of newspaper clippings, including transcripts of the trials of Abe Ruef, Eugene E. Schmitz, Louis Glass, Michael W. Coffey, Patrick Calhoun, et al., and contempt...

San Francisco Graft Trial, 1907-1908 - Photographs

The Photographs Related to the San Francisco Graft Trial collection contains 15 photographic prints taken mostly in 1907-1908. The collection features many of the important individuals involved in the San Francisco graft trials of 1907 and 1908. The trials occurred...

 
San Francisco high iron construction photographs [graphic] : Four Seasons Hotel and 55 Second Street.

Photographs document two San Francisco construction projects: Four Seasons Hotel and 55 Second Street. Emphasis is on high iron workers in action.

 
San Francisco Home Guard roster and muster rolls, 1861.

Muster rolls signed by Alexander G. Abell, recruiting officers and enlistees.

 
San Francisco Hotel Strike of 1937, Arbitration Proceedings

Mimeograph of arbitration proceedings between the San Francisco Local Joint Executive Board of the Hotel and Restaurant Employees' International Alliance and Bartenders' International League of America and the Hotel Employees and Hotel Operators. The strike, which involved members of six...

 
San Francisco industrial views including Western Sugar Refinery photographs [graphic]

Views of plant construction at industrial waterfront sites, presumably in San Francisco. Some views clearly are of Western Sugar Refinery facilities, but others may be different sites. One view reproduces a chart on California's petroleum production in 1922, so some...

 
San Francisco iron workers [graphic] : Moscone Center and Mission Street construction /

Includes photographs documenting iron workers at construction sites of Moscone Center and 560 Mission Street, San Francisco, Calif.

San Francisco Jewish Community Center records

The collection provides an overview of the San Francisco Jewish Community Center's activities between 1930, its incorporation, and circa 1979. Files on the building campaign in the early 1930s, recreation, social, and educational programs, institutional finances, board matters, and general...

 
San Francisco Labor Council Records

The Records in this collection primarily reflect the activities of the SFLC during the 1960s and early 1970s. A number of individual items and files, two of the record series, and most of the long newspaper runs document earlier history...

 
San Francisco Labor Council records, 1906-1965.

Correspondence and other records relating to labor disputes, fair employment, wages, housing, health and welfare benefits, and other activities of the organization. The San Francisco Labor Council was a local affiliate of the American Federation of Labor.

 
San Francisco Ladies' Protection and Relief Society Records

Consists of the records of the San Francisco Ladies Protection and Relief Society, the Scandinavian Benevolent and Relief Society (later known as the Crocker Old People's Home), and the entity created by the merger of the two societies, Heritage House,...

 
San Francisco lawyer, California higher education, and Democratic politics, 1947-1998 : oral history transcript / 2002.

Family background and childhood in San Francisco; B.A., UC Berkeley; J.D., Yale Law School; law practice for diverse clients (Bill Graham, Jefferson Airplane, Patty Hearst); drafting the Charitable Trust Act; California State University System Trustee, 1960-1964 and UC Board of...

 
San Francisco LGBT Biography Ephemera Collection

Consists of ephemera relating to prominent individuals considered members of or involved with the lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender communities of San Francisco and the greater Bay Area, but not exclusively. The majority of material is self-promotional, though much of...

 
San Francisco LGBT Business Ephemera Collection

Consists of ephemera collected from businesses owned, operated or frequented by members of the LGBT community located in San Francisco and the greater Bay Area. Businesses in Russian River, San Jose, Sacramento, Berkeley and Oakland are also represented. Types of...

 
San Francisco LGBT General Subjects Ephemera Collection

Consists of a wide range of ephemera related to LGBT communities in San Francisco and the Bay Area, representing a diverse collection of subjects, ranging from AIDS, bathhouses, city agencies and sex clubs, to collections of catalogs and directories. Much...

 
San Francisco LGBT Groups Ephemera Collection

Consists of ephemera pertaining to groups affiliated with San Francisco's LGBT community. The bulk of the material is from the late 1970s through the 1990s, with the homophile groups of the 1960s represented as well. Groups include: community service centers;...

 
San Francisco, Mammoth Tree Grove, and Yosemite views [graphic] /

Includes four Yosemite views, four San Francisco area views, eleven Calaveras County mammoth tree views, and one Southern Pacific Railroad view of the San Fernando tunnel.

 
San Francisco Marine Exchange scrapbooks

San Francisco Marine Exchange scrapbooks, 1939-1959, (SAFR 21699, HDC 1619) are comprised of two bound scrapbooks and one folder containing compiled published materials such as newspaper clippings and circulars relating to the Marine Exchange of San Francisco.

 
San Francisco marine photographs [graphic] /

Primarily San Francisco marine subjects including photos of ferries. In addition, two photos from Los Angeles and Hawaii are included.

San Francisco Maritime Museum classified photograph collection

This collection consists of photographs collected by San Francisco Martime Museum and added to the Olmsted classification scheme. It contains glass plates, film negatives, and photographic prints.

 
San Francisco Maritime Museum copy negatives

The San Francisco Maritime Museum copy negatives, 1881-1924, (SAFR 24835, P78-034) are comprised of photographs mainly of Pacific Coast built schooners. The collection has been processed to the Item level and is open for use.

 
San Francisco Maritime Museum photographs of yacht racing

The collection consists of 10 black-and-white photographic prints of yacht racing and a US Navy destroyer.

 
San Francisco Maritime Museum records

The San Francisco Maritime Museum records consist of textual records in nine series: Organizational records, Financial records, Correspondence, Library records, Museum Vessel records, Museum Publications, Manuscripts, Periodical Articles and Newspaper Articles. The bulk of the collection dates are 1963 to...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park contracts

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park contracts (SAFR 22017, HDC 1526) collection consists of 25 spiral bound contracts for materials and services solicited for various park facilities including Hyde Street Pier, buildings, and vessels. The collection is open and...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park event photographs

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park event photographs, 1979-2001 (SAFR 22236, P09-008) consists of photographs and audiovisual materials from annual events and special events held at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park from 1979-2001. The collection is described...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park events records

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park events records, 1991-2007, (SAFR 23001, HDC 1631), is a compilation of visual communication containing posters, events calendars, brochures, advertisements, programs, invitations, tickets, and a poem titled "Ode to a Scottish Ship" by Stephen Canright,...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park exhibit panel proposals

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park exhibit panel proposals (SAFR 22210, HDC 1570) collection consists of 3 prototype panels for a park exhibit. They were prepared by park exhibit staff. The undated panels are in pencil on tracing paper. The...

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park Facilities and Ships Division photographs and media

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park Facilities and Ships Division photographs and media collection, circa 1986-1991 (SAFR 22585, P91-071) consists of photographs and media created by San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park staff during the course of their work...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park General Management Plan research files

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park General Management Plan research files (SAFR 22217, HDC 1588) consist of plans, supporting documents and publications concerning the Park's assets and cultural resources. The collection is open and ready for use.

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park holdings of the San Francisco News-Call Bulletin newspaper photographs

This collection chiefly consists of photographic prints from the shipping and maritime-related files of and its predecessors, and which were daily newspapers of San Francisco, Calif.

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park Photo Lab records

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park Photo Lab records, 1963-2014, bulk 1988-2014, (SAFR 24429, P14-008) are comprised mainly of photographs documenting San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park daily operations and special events. The collection has been processed to the...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park records

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park records, 1985-2000 (SAFR 23385, HDC 1642) consists of documents related to the preservation and rehabilitation of vessels and facilities at the park, information about external reports, and a cooperating agreement. The collection has been...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park records

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park Records, 1967-1992 (SAFR 23384, HDC 1641) consists of files about the restoration and maintenance of Park vessels and the donkey engine. The collection has been processed to the file level and is open...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park reports

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park reports, 1992, 2001, 2002 (SAFR 23111, HDC 1639) consists of three bound reports on conditions investigations and waterproofing of the Maritime Museum building (Aquatic Park Bathhouse), a schematic design report of the Maritime...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park staffing document

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park staffing document (SAFR 23813, HDC 1657) consists of a large (34" x 15") rolled organizational chart, dated January 18, 2001.

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park vessel and property records

The San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park vessel and property records SAFR 22148 HDC 1548) collection consists of documents pertaining to various vessels including Jeremiah O'Brien, Hercules, Alma, Eureka, Eppleton Hall, and C.A. Thayer. The collection has documentation for work...

 
San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park vessels and operations records

San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park vessels and operations records (HDC 1598, SAFR 22222) consist of 8 files about Park operations and vessels, including files on historic park vessels ALMA, C.A. THAYER and EUREKA. There are also brochures, calendars, newsletters...

 
San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park graphics records

The San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park graphics records (SAFR 22252, HDC 1591) consist of 7 black-and-white photographs and 4 pieces of paste-up graphics, all relating to a SFMSHP brochure from the early 1970's. The content pertains to displays and...

 
San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park photograph collection

The San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park photograph collection, 1965-1975, (SAFR 23858, P91-067) is comprised mainly of photographs of ALMA (built 1891; scow schooner), C.A. THAYER (built 1895; schooner, 3m), EUREKA (built 1890; paddle ferry), and WAPAMA (built 1915; steam...

 
San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park photographs and motion picture

The San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park photographs and motion picture collection, 1956-1977 (SAFR 22247, P91-078) consists of photographs and media created by San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park staff during the course of their work from 1956-1977 and several...

 
San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park publications

The San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park publications (SAFR 22251, HDC 1590) collection consists of materials created by four separate organizations: San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, State of California Resources Agency-Department of Parks and Recreation, S.F. Territorial News, and...

 
San Francisco Maritime State Historic Park records

Collection includes organizational planning documents, correspondence, accident reports, brochures & booklets, Project X, correspondence regarding transfer of Haslett Warehouse to the State, financial and special events records, apprenticeship program, Hyde Street Pier logbooks, newspaper clippings, oversized plans and miscellaneous papers...

 
San Francisco Microscopical Society Records

Consists of records chronicling the first incarnation of the SF Microscopical Society, 1870-1905, including organizational records, meeting minutes, correspondence, indexes of publications, scrapbooks of clippings, fern mounts, and photographs of microscopic organisms, and papers written and presented by members.

 
San Francisco Mime Troupe Archive

The San Francisco Mime Troupe Archives consist of unique items relating to the forty year existence of the Troupe. The collection contains original and adapted scripts, financial papers, photographs, audio visual items, promotional material, correspondence, clippings, and office files. The...

 
San Francisco Mining Exchange miscellaneous papers : 1930.

Four items. Include invitation, name tag and menu for the Exchange's 68th anniversary jubilee, and clipping concerning the exchange.

 
San Francisco miscellany, 1850-1891.

1. List of sailor boarding houses in San Francisco.--2. R.F. Bridewell's recommendation of cable car system for proposed municipal railway.--3. Original constitution for Monumental Hose Company No. 6 (signed by all the members)--4. Two letters from Sara and Jesse (surname...

 
San Francisco Municipal Railway, San Francisco, California.

Contains a tour brochure, several transfer tickets, holiday tour tickets, tickets for school children, accident report forms, car defect report forms, several leaflets on municipal railway services and how to use them, and a copy of The Bay Area electric...

 
San Francisco Museum of Art Education Department records

Contains records generated by the Education Department mainly from 1961 through 1966. Records document the formal establishment of the Education Department within the San Francisco Museum of Art, and the Department’s abundant activities during the period that centered on children’s...

 
San Francisco Museum of Art Film Department records

Contains records related to film program activities in the San Francisco Museum of Art before the formal establishment of the Film Department. Records are divided into two series reflecting the two main educational functions of the film program from the...

 
San Francisco Museum of Art Golden Gate International Exposition Records

Related to the 1939-1940 Golden Gate International Exposition on Treasure Island in San Francisco, the Golden Gate International Exposition records contain correspondence, minutes, reports, press releases, brochures, maps, building plans, and notes documenting the involvement of both the San Francisco...

 
San Francisco Museum of Art Office of the Director Records 1935-1958

The San Francisco Museum of Art Office of the Director Records contain administrative records from the Museum generated between 1935 and 1958, corresponding with the tenure of its first director, Dr. Grace L. McCann Morley. The SFMA opened in 1935...

 
San Francisco Museum of Art Office of the Director Records 1959-1965

The San Francisco Museum of Art Office of the Director Records contain administrative records from the Museum generated between 1959 and 1965, corresponding generally with the 1958-1965 tenure of its second director, George Culler. Highlights of Culler’s years at the...

 
San Francisco Museum of Art Office of the Director Records 1966-1972

The San Francisco Museum of Art Office of the Director Records contain administrative records from the Museum generated primarily between 1966 and 1972, corresponding with the tenure of its third director, Gerald Nordland. During these years, Nordland focused largely on...

 
San Francisco Museum of Art Research Library records

The Research Library collection consists of materials relating specifically to the maintenance and management of the San Francisco Museum of Art Research Library, primarily under the direction of its first professional librarian, Anneliese Hoyer. Also includes a small set of...

 
San Francisco Museum of Art Women's Board Records

The Women's Board of the San Francisco Museum of Art was formed in December 1934, just before the 1935 opening of the Museum. Its purpose was to advise the Board of Trustees, raise money, organize and administer social functions, and...

 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Curatorial records

The Curatorial collection consists of materials relating to the daily duties of SFMOMA’s curators and curatorial assistants before the formal establishment of curatorial departments. Includes correspondence from several museum staff, most significantly from curator John Humphrey.

 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Film Department records

The collection consists of records of the Film Department of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art dating from 1970-1980, the majority of which are published materials from external film organizations. The department was responsible for curating and screening film...

 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Office of the Director records 1974-1986

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s Office of the Director Records contain administrative records from the museum generated primarily between 1974 and 1986, corresponding with the tenure of its fourth director, Henry T. Hopkins. During this time the museum...

 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Publications collection

The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Publications collection documents the museum’s publications from 1935 to the present. It includes periodicals, catalogs, posters, invitations, ephemera, and miscellaneous objects. The bulk of the collection is exhibition related materials.

 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Publicity Department records

Records generated or collected by the publicity department, primarily before it was formalized as a department within the museum. Documents the ways in which the museum promoted itself, its exhibitions, and activities, and the way the institution was described in...

 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art records

The Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art (SECA) was founded in 1961 as an auxiliary of the San Francisco Museum of Art. SECA’s objective was to encourage private collectors to purchase contemporary works by local and national artists. SECA’s...

 
San Francisco Museum of Science and Industry Records

Files of the San Francisco Museum of Science & Industry-Marine Section, predecessor of the San Francisco Maritime Museum (1940-1953). This collection of correspondence files was originally divided into two sections, subject and general (1940-1949). The files were left in their...

 
San Francisco, Napa and Calistoga Railway Records

Invoices, vouchers, and legal documentation for the San Francisco, Napa, and Calistoga Railway and its predecessor railroads the San Francisco, Vallejo & Napa Valley, and the Vallejo, Benecia & Napa Valley.

 
San Francisco National Bank. Records of the San Francisco National Bank, 1961-1968.

Relating to litigation involving the closing of the San Francisco National Bank. Included are by-laws and minutes of meetings of the board of directors of the bank; transcripts of legal proceedings; depositions; copies of letters and memoranda; clippings, etc.

 
San Francisco Neighborhood Arts Program : oral history transcript / and related material, 1978-1979.

Interviews with four participants in the program, commenting on development, operation and difficulties of the program and Harold Zellerbach's commitment to it. Interviewees include: Martin Snipper, Art Commission and the San Francisco Neighborhood Arts Program; Maruja Cid, NAP Community Organization...

San Francisco News-Call Bulletin Newspaper Photograph Archive

This collections chiefly consists of photographic negatives of San Francisco Bay Area news events taken by staff photographers of and its predecessors, and which were daily newspapers of San Francisco, Calif.

 
San Francisco News-Call Bulletin Newspaper Photograph Archive and Newsclipping Files

This collections chiefly consists of photographic prints and newsclippings from the files of and its predecessors, which were daily newspapers of San Francisco, Calif.

 
San Francisco News-Call Bulletin newspaper photograph archive and newsclipping files

The San Francisco News-Call Bulletin newspaper photograph archive consists of the twentieth century photographic files of (1959-1965) and its predecessors publications; (ca. 1915-1929) and (1929-1959). The bulk of the collection as it exists today is divided between The Bancroft Library...

San Francisco News-Call Bulletin Newspaper Photograph Archive (Free Speech Movement Selection)

A representative group of photographs from the original photographic negatives taken by staff photographers covering the Free Speech Movement protests at the University of California Berkeley in the fall of 1964 and the spring of 1965.

 
San Francisco Newspaper scrapbook

San Francisco Newspaper scrapbook (SAFR 17125, HDC 282) dates from 1927 to 1928 and covers society and news items from the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Francisco Examiner, the San Francisco Bulletin and the San Francisco News. The collection is...

 
San Francisco Odalisque Newspaper Collection

The San Francisco Odalisque Newspaper Collection is comprised of issues 1-5 and 7-9 of the San Francisco Odalisque.

 
San Francisco Office of the Assessor-Recorder Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

Contains same-sex marriage licenses issued in San Francisco from Feb. 12, 2004 to March 11, 2004 and later invalidated. Includes a list of applicants.

 
San Francisco Office of the Chief Medical Examiner's Records

The San Francisco Office of the Chief Medical Examiner's Records contain the death reports (1906-1956) of individuals who died in San Francisco and whose deaths legally required investigation. The records also include Necropsy Reports (1928-1956), six volumes of Personal Descriptions...

 
San Francisco Office of the Controller Unemployment Relief Program Minutes and Reports

City documents received and/or issued by the San Francisco Office of the Controller as fiscal accountant for unemployment relief services during the Great Depression. The collection consists of a report by the Director of Relief for fiscal year 1932-1933; minutes...

 
San Francisco Oracle Archives

, an underground or alternative newspaper, was a worker-owned cooperative paper. It began in September 1966 and after a very short run of only twelve issues, folded in February 1968. The collection contains partial holdings of the articles, essays, original...

 
San Francisco panorama from Sacramento and Taylor streets [graphic] : and other San Francisco views.

8 stereoviews form part of a panorama of the city (lacking parts 2 & 9). Also, 2 additional views of Sacramento street and Mission Dolores.

 
San Francisco Partnership records, 1994-1999.

Contains the minutes, financial statements, correspondence, publications and notes relating to the objectives of the partnership, collected by member Jay Cahill. Also includes clippings.

 
San Francisco photographs [graphic] /

Photographs show streets in Chinatown and other San Francisco neighborhoods. Buildings, hotels, and cable cars are included.

 
San Francisco physician, historian and Catholic layman : transcript, 1978.

Interviews conducted 1978 by Ruth Teiser and Catherine Harroun for the Regional Oral History Office, Bancroft Library. Introduction by Warren R. Howell. Copies of photographs inserted. Comments on career of his father, Thomas E. Shumate, as physician, pharmacist, and San...

 
San Francisco Police Department Records

Records of the Board of Police Commissioners; the Office of the Chief of Police and subsidiary bureaus and units, including the Bureau of Identification, the Bureau of Inspectors (aka Detective Bureau), Photographs Bureau, and Patrol Bureau; and scrapbooks whose originating...

 
San Francisco Police Department records, Police District No. 9, 1933-1945.

Contains orders from San Francisco Police Dept., District No. 9 including, the Chief of Police's orders and bulletins, the Captain's orders and the Beverage Commission tax citations and investigations. There are references to crimes being committed in the district and...

 
San Francisco Police Dept. burglary log books, 1936-1946.

Contains 21 logbooks with reports of burglaries in San Francisco, Calif. including the who, what, where and how as well as suspects and the outcome of the case.

 
San Francisco Police Dept. records of Folsom Prison convicts, 1924-1930.

Contains a listing by the San Francisco Police Department of prisoners at Folsom information recorded includes dates of imprisonment, parole, discharge, or death; reference to photographs taken of prisoners (not included here); name, crime, country of residence, term of sentence,...

 
San Francisco Police Dept. reports of arrests, 1918 July-1931 March.

Printed forms, filled in, listing numbers of arrests for each offense and total numbers of arrests.

 
San Francisco Police mug shot albums, 1928-1931 [graphic].

Each volume contains 720 numbered and annotated photographic prints of arrested individuals. Each print consists of two exposures; a profile and a frontal portrait. Names and charges are noted.

 
San Francisco Police mug shot albums, 1960- 1973 [graphic].

San Francisco Police Dept. mug shot albums containing police identification photographs of arrested individuals. Each print consists of two exposures: a profile and a frontal portrait. Profile views include booking card (which lists booking number and date).

San Francisco Police photograph album

Apparently the personal album of photographer George W. Blum, this scrapbook documents numerous San Francisco murder cases. Includes photographs of victims in the morgue and at crime scenes, mug shots of suspects, newsclippings, and occasional street views. The most prominent...

 
San Francisco portrait albums [graphic].

Includes studio portraits of San Francisco citizens, celebrities, and unidentified individuals. Numerous poses of the same sitter are often present, and a variety of studio backdrops and props are featured. Some images include a photographic view inserted in the studio...

 
San Francisco presidio account books : mss., 1818-1833.

Accounts for soldiers at the presidio.

 
San Francisco Presidio scrapbook, 1933-1938.

Correspondence, newspaper clippings, ticket stubs, liquor bottle labels, printed programs, and other ephemera collected by Frank Carden who served in the United States Army, Company E, 30th Infantry stationed at the Presidio of San Francisco. Also includes a printed 1935...

 
San Francisco produce district scenes [graphic] /

Street scenes and activity outside produce markets in the district around Front, Pacific, and Drumm streets, San Francisco. This produce district was demolished in 1963, shortly after these paintings were made.

 
[San Francisco psychedelic posters and handbills from the collection of Jay Thelin].

Psychedelic posters and handbills promoting various events in San Francisco. Posters include (1:) Summer of Love San Francisco, with text by Saint Francis of Assisi, 1967, designed by Bob Schnepf; (2:) Straight Theatre reading and dance concert featuring Michael McClure,...

 
San Francisco Public Library collection

Pamphlets relating primarily to World Wars I and II in Europe and to other aspects of 20th century European history. Collected by the San Francisco Public Library.

 
San Francisco Public Library Performing Artists Photograph Collection

The San Francisco Public Library Performing Artists Photograph Collection consists of 1,670 photographic prints from 1890 to 1950 collected by the Music Department of the San Francisco Public Library. This artificial collection of publicity photographs and performing artists’ portraits was...

 
San Francisco radio and television station photograph album

Album contains 133 black and white photographs as well as newspaper clippings and paper ephemera relating to a family who worked in radio and television in the San Francisco Bay Area.

 
San Francisco Real Property Survey records, circa 1939.

Contains completed survey forms arranged by section, block and structure. Includes some related maps.

 
San Francisco reconstruction photographs following the earthquake and fire of 1906 [graphic].

Photographs document the construction of new buildings and reconstruction of older structures in San Francisco during the aftermath of the earthquake and fire of 1906. Also includes photographs of a few Los Angeles buildings taken during the same general time...

 
San Francisco Recreation Department Records

This collection is primarily visual documentation of the programmatic activities of the San Francisco Recreation Department. Subjects pertain to administrative units of the department and include materials related to: music, dance, drama, costuming, holiday celebrations, pageants, doll shows and puppetry....

 
San Francisco Redevelopment Agency Records

This collection contains photographic records and documents from the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency. The collection is being processed by project. The processed projects for photographic records so far include Diamond Heights Project Area B-1; Embarcadero-Lower Market Project Area E-1 (Golden...

 
San Francisco Scenes: Photographs from Waters' Nickel Series

Small format, commercially produced views of San Francisco scenes: primarily San Francicisco's Chinese community, plus boats on the bay, the Sutro Baths, and various downtown views.

 
San Francisco schools : an album of photographs [graphic]

Views of San Francisco school buildings. Includes photos of classes, class groups, a sports team, and images of Chinese students.

 
San Francisco Schuetzen Verein Records

Comprises administrative records, publications, ephemera, and realia, documenting the origins, development, and activities of the San Francisco Schuetzen Verein between the years 1860 and 1946. The collection also includes materials related to the San Francisco International Shooting Festival Association, which...

 
San Francisco Select Committee on Charter Reform Records

Documents the work of Supervisor Barbara Kaufman pertaining to the 1994 and 1995 charter reform committees. The records cover work leading up to the new charter measure, Proposition E, which voters approved on November 7, 1995. Materials include charter history,...

 
[San Francisco Sheriff Matthew C. Carberry photograph album].

Photographs document formal event celebrating appointment of Matthew C. Carberry as Sheriff of San Francisco, depicting Carberry, his family, Mayor George Christopher and others. First few leaves contain signatures of event guests.

 
San Francisco snapshot album [graphic]

Chiefly views of San Francisco, including Market Street illuminated at night, a Knights Templar parade of 1904, Cliff House and Sutro Heights (including Cliff House on fire), Golden Gate Park, Car Town (or Carville) at Ocean Beach, a shipwreck on...

 
San Francisco Social Services Employees Union Records

Records of the Social Services Employees Union (SSEU), an independent public workers union in San Francisco. The union, established in the mid-1960s and made up of rank and file social workers and social service employees within the San Francisco Department...

 
San Francisco Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Records

Log books, ledgers, subject files, reports, documents, ephemera, audiovisual recordings, and photographic materials of the San Francisco SPCA, documenting its history, operations, programs, and services from its founding through the turn of the millennium.

 
San Francisco Solano : libros de Misión : ms., 1824-1837.

Bautismos (baptisms); padrones (list of neophytes, alphabetically by first name, including name, "nacion", place or record of baptism, and age; and difuntos (deaths). For marriages, see C-C 4:774 available on film only.

 
San Francisco Songs, circa 1860s-1870s

15 items. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

 
[San Francisco special runoff election, 1991 (Dec. 10), mayoral candidates Agnos and Jordan : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
San Francisco Sports Pages

Sports sections from the SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER and the SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE, 1912, 1922-48, many of which include news on Stanford athletics.

 
San Francisco State College Poetry Center Records

Primarily correspondence of Ruth Witt-Diamant, director, with poets participating in readings at the Center, together with program notes, publicity material, and biographical information submitted by the poets; papers regarding the history, organization and financing of the Center; appeals for support;...

 
San Francisco stereo views [graphic]

Photographs captioned: Grand Hotel, Market and New Montgomery Streets, San Francisco [Watkins #1399] -- Second Street from Rincon Hill [Watkins # 710] -- Montgomery St. from Market St. [Lawrence & Houseworth] -- The Sacramento steamer Chrysopolis [Lawrence & Houseworth]

 
San Francisco stereographs [graphic]

1: First Street from Rincon Hill (ca. 1862-1865?, Watkins number 506) -- 2: View from the residence of Bishop Kip, Rincon Hill (Watkins number 701) -- 3: Mission Church, Mission Dolores (published by Taber, photographer's number 1703)

 
San Francisco stereographs [graphic] : depicting Portsmouth Square, Powell Street, Montgomery and Pine, and Bush Street /

1: Bush Street from Montgomery to Sansome (no. 139) -- 2: Powell Street from Lincoln School House (no. 504) -- 3: N.E. corner Montgomery and Pine streets (no. 174) -- 4: Portsmouth Square, or Plaza (no. 206)

 
San Francisco stereoviews [graphic] /

View of Seal Rocks near the Cliff House and a view of a fountain in Woodward's Gardens.

 
San Francisco Stock Exchange Club building [graphic]

Views show art, architecture, and decor of the San Francisco Stock Exchange Club building.

 
San Francisco Street Patrol Records Collection

Many of the materials in Box 1 are descriptions of San Francisco Street Patrol (SFSP) for people outside the group, or potential and new members. The collection also contains a number of internal group documents and news updates for group...

 
San Francisco street pictures [graphic]

Four signs of "Burritt" street sign in San Francisco. They show plaque reading "On approximately this spot Miles Archer, partner of Sam Spade, was done in by Brigid O'Shaughnessy."

 
San Francisco street scenes [graphic]

Photographs show San Francisco street scenes, both including Chinese pedestrians. One street is probably Kearny Street. One shows an advertisement for a curiosity show featuring "Jo-Jo the Russian dog faced boy" and "Unzie the white hair beauty"

 
San Francisco street scenes [graphic]

Includes views of Market Street, Geary Sreet, Sutter Street, and others. Subjects include cable cars, horse-drawn carriages and wagons, a railroad train, men and women, Oakland Tribune newsboys and a partial view of the San Francisco ferry building.

 
San Francisco Streets Photography Collection

Contains photographs and picture postcards with images of San Francisco street scenes depicting buildings, people, and events, as well as views of entire blocks and intersections that are identified, and general views of the city from the 1830s to the...

 
San Francisco Subjects Photography Collection

Contains photographs and picture postcards depicting scenes of San Francisco places, people and events from the 1850 to the 1980s

 
San Francisco Superior Court Cases, 1905-1922.

Selected civil case records from the Superior Court of the City and County of San Francisco

 
San Francisco Superior Court Cases Collection

Selected civil case records from the Superior Court of the City and the County of San Francisco, 1905-1922....

 
San Francisco Symphony Association records : additions, 1969-1975.

Administrative and fiscal information concerning the activities and interests of the association such as fund drives, public relations, arts programs, personnel, correspondence, expenditures, and income.

 
San Francisco Symphony Association records, 1953-1972.

Includes letters of Philip S. Boone, Josef Krips and Jeremy M. Ets-Hokin; and minutes of meetings.

 
San Francisco tax bill and invoice, 1870.

San Francisco personal property tax bill and invoice for $8.75 to J. C. Tichnor of San Bernardino, dated August 2, 1870.

 
San Francisco theater celebrity portraits [graphic]/

Souvenir portrait photographs of theater and music celebrities and other entertainers, mostly taken by various San Francisco firms presumably during the performers' stays in the city. Among the individuals pictured are actress Lotta Crabtree, actors Frederick B. Warde and John...

 
San Francisco Theaters Scrapbook, 1886-1888

Primarily programs with some reviews and ticket stubs and 1 photo of Theodora de Gillest. The scrapbook is annotated with opinions about plays and notes on the players. See Also: GC 1146 Theatre Programs Collection, ca. 1893-1958.

 
San Francisco theatre scrapbook

Scrapbook of theatre listings from San Francisco theaters, primaily the Bella Union and the New Bella Union Theatres, but also including the Alhambra and Pacific Theatres (San Francisco) and the Theater Comique in Sacramento. Most of the items are titles...

 
San Francisco to Portland by bicycle [graphic] : June 10 to June 29, 1905.

Photographs of 1905 bicycle trip from San Francisco to the Lewis and Clark Exposition in Portland, Oregon. The trip was undertaken by N.S. Farley, Leo S. Hampton, and Robert E. Geistlich. Album includes newsclippings describing the journey, ephemera from the...

 
San Francisco trial lawyer : in defense of due process, 1930s to 1990s : oral history transcript / 1993.

Davis discusses Boalt Hall Law School; Depression and politics in San Francisco in the 1930s; Tom Mooney case; Caryl Chessman case; freeing Alfried Krupp from prison; strategies in the courtroom; constitutional rights; due process, capital punishment; changes in law practice.

 
San Francisco Typographical Union, no. 21 ledgers, [ca. 1917-1931]

Contains information on receipts, expenditures, names of members, etc.

 
San Francisco Typothetae speeches : holograph , 1890.

Holograph manuscripts of talks commemorating Benjamin Franklin delivered by Horatio Stebbins and Timothy H. Rearden at the annual meeting of San Francisco's master printers' club.

San Francisco Unified School District Records

This collection documents the San Francisco Unified School District's history through materials collected by the Teachers Professional Library beginning in 1854, the fourth year of the Department of Common Schools, as it was then known. While there are materials from...

 
San Francisco Unified School District's Family Diversity Curriculum Resolution Records

The San Francisco Unified School District's Family Diversity Curriculum Resolution records, 2005-2013, document the efforts of Joseph D. Marigliano, the San Francisco Unified School Board, district employees, and community members to promote a safer school environment for all public school...

San Francisco views

Album of San Francisco street scenes and photographs of civic and commercial buildings prior to the earthquake and fire of 1906. Of particular interest are twenty-three views of San Francisco’s Chinatown.

 
San Francisco views from the Hosea Blair collection [graphic].

Photographs collected and taken for Blair's books on San Francisco history, with particular emphasis on Golden Gate Park and the Presidio. Includes statues, monuments, historical plaques, buildings, residences, streets, the constructions of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. and San Francisco...

 
San Francisco views from the Oliver Everett papers [graphic]

Photographs show San Francisco buildings. Includes both business and residence buildings (one shows the San Francisco News Co.)

 
San Francisco views [graphic]

The following San Francisco views are included: north front of the 'new' City Hall; the Greenhouse and Conservatory in Golden Gate Park; two views of Woodward's Gardens; a restaurant in Chinatown; the Hall of Records; and Colombo & Co., Manufacturers...

 
San Francisco views [graphic]

Includes a view of the Treasure Island-San Francisco section of the Bay Bridge being built, a view of two children near delapidated storefronts (in Chinatown?), and a view of a streetcorner (in North Beach?)

 
San Francisco views [graphic] /

Includes five night views of city streets and buildings with decorative electrical lights for Admission Day 1910, pre-1906 public buildings such as City Hall, the Hall of Justice, the U.S. Mint, and Union Square. Several views of navy ships are...

 
San Francisco waterfront postcard

The San Francisco waterfront postcard, 1885-1906, (SAFR 24441, P15-003) is comprised of a postcard of the Mission Street Wharf area of San Francisco, California. The collection has been processed to the Collection level and is open for use.

 
San Francisco waterfront strikes scrapbooks, 1934-1948.

Contains broadsides and labor union publications on various waterfront strikes in San Francisco, Calif. Unions represented include: International Seaman's Union of America; Marine Workers Industrial Union; Waterfront Employers Union; Longshoremen's Association of San Francisco; International Longshoremen's Association; Maritime Federation of...

 
San Francisco waterfront venues [graphic]

Scenes of the San Francisco waterfront, and Scott Newhall and Earl "Fatha" Hines in Newhall's office.

 
San Francisco, Welfare Department records, [1937-1939]

Includes memoranda, 1939 manual, and some material relating to child welfare.

 
San Francisco Wholesale Dairy Produce Exchange records, 1906-1930.

San Francisco Wholesale Dairy Produce Exchange records, BANC MSS C-G 161, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
San Francisco Women for Peace Records

The San Francisco Women for Peace Records, 1943-[ongoing] contain materials from the San Francisco and East Bay branches of both Women for Peace and the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. The collection documents yearly and extended campaigns for...

 
San Francisco Women's Building/Woman's Centers Records

This collection represents the history of the San Francisco Women's Building/Women's Centers from 1972 to 2001. It provides a comprehensive look at the second wave of the Feminist Movement in San Francisco at that time-the Women, the Ideals, the Issues,...

 
San Francisco Women's Centers collection, 1972-1976.

Includes copies of SFWC Newsletter co-published with San Francisco Women's Switchboard. Newsletters concern issues of women's rights, employment of women, the history of women in the United States and the organization of SFWC. Also includes ephemra.

 
San Francisco Women's Cultural Club records, 1938-1941.

Correspondence, meeting announcements, program for 1938-1939, receipts, relating to this Afro-American cultural group.

 
San Francisco Yacht Club photographs

The San Francisco Yacht Club photographs, circa 1900-1960s, bulk 1920s-1930s, (SAFR 23371, P74-041L) are comprised of one photograph album of yacht club member studio portraits and several photographs of Belvedere Cove, California and the San Francisco Yacht Club. The collection...

 
San Francisco Yacht Club records

The San Francisco Yacht Club records (SAFR 4834, HDC 645) contains materials dating from 1880 to 1958. The bulk of the materials date from 1926 to 1932. The collection contains yearbooks, scrapbooks, souvenir programs, brochures, articles, clippings, illustrations and sketches,...

 
San Francisco Zen Center records, 1960-2013.

Administrative and cultural records of the San Francisco Zen Center, including minutes, correspondence, business records, and materials relating to the founding of the Center, including photographs, ceremonial records, and extensive audio-video and transcripts of Dharma Talks.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and Golden Gate Bridge [graphic]

Records the electrification of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and the Golden Gate Bridge, by Alta Electric and Mechanical Company. Volume 1 contains photographic prints with some typescripts, articles, and prints from periodical sources. Volume two contains newspapers and an...

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge Construction Collection

The collection documents the planning and structural engineering of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge from the project binders of junior bridge engineer, Nathan Davis Whitman, Jr., who worked for the State of California Department of Public Works, Division of Highways...

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge construction [graphic] : with additional views of Golden Gate Bridge construction.

41 views of construction of the Bay Bridge, with 7 views of Golden Gate Bridge construction.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge construction photographs [graphic]

Photographs show details of contruction of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge as well as freeway construction on land.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge construction views [graphic].

Views document construction of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and are accompanied by a typescript describing the equipment, structural details, or activities pictured.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge east span construction photographs [graphic].

Photographs document construction of the new east span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, with emphasis on the actions of the construction workers.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge [graphic] : 18 miniature post cards.

Set of commercial postcards depicting various aspects of construction of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, including simulated views of the completed bridge.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge pile splice crews [graphic] /

Photographs document pile splice crews at work during construction of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge East Bay span replacement.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge reconstruction blueprints [graphic] /

Contains engineering blueprints of the Stillman Street and Sterling Street ramps.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge reconstruction technical prints.

Technical blue line prints derived from technical drawings.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge technical drawings.

Dated variously from Aug. 2, 1931 to July 1932.

 
San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge test piles construction photographs [graphic].

Photographs document the construction of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge East Span replacement. Emphasis is on the hoisting and placement of test piles in 2000.

 
San Francisco's Arguello Park community builds a neighborhood park / 1994.

Unbound, edited transcripts of interviews with six participants in planning and successfully completing Arguello Park, 7th Avenue, between Anza and Geary Streets in the Richmond District of San Francisco, a park which stands as the result of community activists working...

 
San Francisco's Literary Frontier manuscript page, 1939.

Franklin Walker's corrected manuscript of two paragraphs from the first chapter of "San Francisco's Literary Frontier," which appeared on pages 5 and 6. The corrections are very close to the final form these paragraphs took when published.

 
San Francisquito and Corte Madera Creeks (Santa Clara County)

Includes, among others, lands belonging to Spring Valley Water Company, Manzanita Water Company, Leland Stanford, W.A. Newell, Morris Doyle, and Cornelius O'Conner.

San Gabriel and Pasadena, California Views

The collection consists of an album of 30 photographs taken circa 1890 in the Pasadena and San Gabriel area.

 
San Gabriel Mission Matrimonial Investigation Records

The matrimonial investigation records, or "diligencias matrimoniales", are part of a collection of California materials gathered by William F. McPherson, an Orange County rancher, scholar and collector. Predominantly though not exclusively the records of Mission San Gabriel (other California missions...

 
San Gabriel Valley, California, League of Women Voters

The collection represents the work of the League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues and influences public policy through...

 
San Joaquin and Sierra Nevada Railroad Collection

Financial records from the San Joaquin and Sierra Nevada Railroad.

 
San Joaquin Co. (Calif.) Account Book

This account book contains a record of at least some of the financial transactions of the county government during its earliest years. Because the pages are unnumbered, access to entries is provided by numbered streamers....

 
San Joaquin Co. (Calif.) Public Documents

The San Joaquin, California Public Documents collection consists of printed matter relating to various aspects of twentieth century San Joaquin County agencies and activities. Included is information on: agriculture, commerce, crime, demographics, education, elections, finances, government, housing, planning, transportation, and...

San Joaquin County (Calif.) Assessors' Plat Books

This collection includes forty-one bound volumes of assessment maps, each marked with surveying coordinates, that early officials of San Joaquin County, California, compiled annually between 1876 and 1919. Among the data included in each volume are property boundaries, names of...

 
San Joaquin County (Calif.) Family Genealogy Collection

The San Joaquin County Family Genealogy Collection consists chiefly of family trees for twenty local families. The collection also contains a ten year run of the Mehrten-Poppe-Kettelman family newsletter: "Mehrtens of the San Joaquin" (1964-1974). Additions to the collection are...

 
San Joaquin County, Calif. financial documents : for the administration of several estates, circa 1860-1880.

Contains taxes paid, probate receipts and other financial documents for several estates in San Joaquin County, Calif.

 
San Joaquin County (Calif.) Schools Collection

The San Joaquin County Schools Collection consists of general and individual school histories, scrapbooks, textbooks, and scattered county-wide administrative, student, trustee, and parent association records. The latter include county school district manuals (1918, 1923); county school directories (1929-1930, 1997-1998); a...

 
San Joaquin County (Calif.) Sheriff's Records

The collection consists of three County Jail Log Books, thirteen volumes of Mug Books containing approximately 7600 photographs, and a State of California Parole Violators ledger.

San Joaquin County (Calif.) Swampland and Reclamation District Maps and Drawings

This collection includes approximately two hundred maps, plans, and other drawings related to the history and administration of reclamation districts in San Joaquin County, California.

 
San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum Product Label Collection

The Product Labels Collection consists of more than one thousand fruit and vegetable, canning, and wine bottle labels donated to the San Joaquin County Historical Museum between 1970 and 2009. The labels have given California farmers, canners, and vintners a...

 
San Joaquin County land papers, 1854-1864.

Mainly pre-emption notices for land in the county and title documents for property in Stockton.

San Joaquin Delta Land Reclamation Photographs, ca. 1904-1907

The San Joaquin Delta collection contains 97 photographic prints taken primarily by Charles A. Bishop circa 1904-1907 documenting various aspects of the reclamation, irrigation, and cultivation processes undertaken in the Middle River area of the San Joaquin Valley. Activities featured...

 
San Joaquin General Hospital School of Nursing Collection

This collection was created by members of the San Joaquin General Hospital Nurses Alumni Association. It consists of materials donated by various alumni members that date from 1900 to 2010, with the bulk from 1941 to 1959. The collection provides...

 
San Joaquin Mining Company Papers

Collection consists of photocopies of records of the San Joaquin County Mining Company. Includes articles of incorporation, stock certificates, correspondence, financial records, and a variety of other documents.

 
San Joaquin Valley and other California locales [graphic]

Snapshots, chiefly of young adults, in various locations. Most images are of friends or family members posing in front of homes, by automobiles, in parks, in the desert, or at the beach. Some views picture young women in trousers. A...

 
San Joaquin Valley College (Woodbridge, Calif.) Collection

The San Joaquin Valley College Collection includes founding documentation for the school, related legal opinions, and administrative records. Also included are academic catalogs and bulletins, school newspapers, and invitations and programs related to student activities and organizations. In addition, the...

 
San Joaquin Valley Farm Labor Collection

The San Joaquin Valley Farm Labor collection measures 2 linear feet and dates from 1947 to 1971. The collection is arranged in five series: Yinger bibliography; Office of Economic Opportnity (OEC) War on Poverty; Chavez, Cesar; Strike and boycott against...

 
San José State College Academic Deans' Council Records

The San José State College Academic Deans' Council Records (1956-1964) document the administrative responsibilities of the Academic Deans' Council. The records consist of new course proposals, council meeting minutes and agendas, curriculum reports, meeting minutes of the College Council, and...

 
San José State College Presidential Office Administrative Records

The San José State College Presidential Office Administrative Records (1899-1972 [bulk 1950-1972]) document the general administrative functions of the Office of the President. The records consist of budget reports, committee files, photographs, and correspondence. Also included are materials pertaining to...

 
San José State Normal School and San Jose State Teachers College Course Catalogs Collection

The San Jose State Normal School and San Jose State Teachers College Course Catalogs Collection, 1872-1935, documents the school's curriculum and coursework over a sixty-year period. The collection includes fall, spring and summer session catalogs, as well as catalogs for...

 
San José State Normal School Principals and Early Presidents Records

The San José State Normal School Principals and Early Presidents Records(1862-1915)[bulk 1907-1915], document the early history of the Normal School from 1862-1915. The collection consists of correspondence ledgers, general correspondence, and also includes a diary written by Principal Ahira Holmes...

 
San José State Normal School Teaching Tools Collection

The San José State Normal School Teaching Tools Collection (1896-1927), consists of various teaching materials used to educate young children at the Normal Training School. The collection includes Friedrich Froebel's as well as sewing and reading cards and other manipulative...

 
San José State University Academic Council Records

The Academic Council Records, 1961-1972, document the history and administrative responsibilities of the Academic Council, a precursor to the Academic Senate. The records consist of council budgets, correspondence, meeting minutes, assorted California State University (CSU) information bulletins, and a CSU...

 
San José State University Academic Senate Records

The SJSU Academic Senate Records, 1952-2004 (bulk 1970-1999), document the history and administrative responsibilities of the Academic Senate. The records consist of general, administrative and committee files, budget reports and correspondence, as well as newspaper clippings and audio tapes. The...

 
San José State University and California State University Budget Office Records

The San José State University and California State University Budget Office Records 1945-1989 (bulk 1960-1975) document the administrative and financial activities of this branch of the university, which operates under the direction of the Associate Vice President for Finance. The...

 
San José State University and the San José Public Library System Joint Library Project Records

The San José State University and the San José Public Library System Joint Library Project Records, 1994-2005 (bulk 1998-2000) document the planning and construction of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, the first joint venture between a university and...

 
San José State University Archives Directories, Guides & Handbooks Collection

The San José State University Archives Directories, Guides & Handbooks, 1920-1997 (bulk 1941-1976) consists of handbooks and directories targeted to students, faculty and staff. The directories contain address and telephone lists of students, staff, and faculty. The handbooks, mostly produced...

 
San José State University Archives Photograph Collection

This collection consists of a variety of visual materials, primarily photographic prints, depicting the buildings, people, and events of San José State University, San José, and Santa Clara County.

 
San José State University Archives Publications Collection

The San José State University Archives Publications Collection, 1925-2009 (bulk 1960-1990), documents faculty, state and miscellaneous publications. Created by numerous entities and organizations over an 80-year time period, the collection consists of a variety of print formats including brochures, magazines,...

 
San José State University Art Department Records

The San José State University Art Department Records, 1942-1963 (bulk 1951-1959), document the department's course curriculum, as well as art exhibits created by students. The records consist of miscellaneous brochures, pamphlets, course catalogues, flyers, and art ephemera. This collection is...

 
San José State University Associated Students Records

The Associated Students Records, 1947-2007, document the activities of the university's student government organization. The records consist of meeting minutes, correspondence, budget materials, administrative files, election and campaign records, posters, and newspaper clippings.

 
San José State University Campus Buildings Records

The San José State University Campus Buildings Records, 1903-1999 (bulk 1960-1995), document the history of major campus buildings and landmarks, including Tower Hall, Spartan Memorial Chapel, the Scheller House, Dwight Bentel Hall and other departmental buildings. The records consist of...

 
San José State University Campus Events Collection

The San José State University Campus Events Collection, 1925-2007 (bulk 1950-1970) documents university and student sponsored events, such as Spardi Gras, Homecoming, and the Centennial and Sesquicentennial celebrations of the university. The records consist of print materials such as scrapbooks,...

 
San José State University Chicano Oral History Collection

This collection consists of audio and video tapes and transcripts of interviews with San José area Chicano community leaders and activists. The oral history project was conducted by the Mexican American Studies Program and the Chicano Library Research Center at...

 
San José State University Commencement & Honors Convocations Records

The San José State University Commencement & Honors Convocation Records, 1889-2009 (bulk 1956-1968) consist of programs, event planning paperwork, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks and correspondence for the university's commencement and honors convocation ceremonies. A small number of photographs and negatives are...

 
San José State University Continuing Education Program Records

The San José State University Continuing Education Records (1954-1998 [bulk 1971-1981]) consist of general files, newspaper clippings, fliers, posters, brochures, and handbooks. The materials in the collection offer a glimpse into the activities, classes, and events offered through the Continuing...

 
San José State University Dean of Academic Planning Records

The San José State University Dean of Academic Planning Records (1967-1980) document the activities of the Dean of Academic Planning and the Academic Planning & Budget Division, which today is known as the Office of the Vice Provost. The records...

 
San José State University Department of Aviation and Technology Records

The San José State University Department of Aviation and Technology Records (1934-1996) include reports and publications concerning technical reports and test fuel cells for the aviation department, newspaper articles, instructional materials, audio cassette tapes, papers and publications concerning the department,...

 
San José State University Engineering Department Records

The San José State University Engineering Department Records, 1946-1973 (bulk 1950-1965), document the department's accreditation approval process, as well as requests for advanced curriculum and coursework leading to a Bachelor of Science in Engineering. The records consist of accreditation materials...

 
San José State University English Department Folklore Collection

The San José State University English Department Folklore Collection (1978) is comprised of written accounts of folklore from 83 countries, produced by San José State University students as a fieldwork project for the 3 unit course English 82, . The...

 
San José State University European Period Costumes Collection

The San José State University European Period Costume Collection consists of richly embroidered traditional cultural costumes resembling peasant clothing from various European countries such as Portugal, Spain, and Italy. The accessories include large decorative hair combs, shoes, belts, bonnets, a...

 
San José State University Faculty Papers and Publications Collection

The San José State University Faculty Papers and Publications Collection, 1907-1990 consists of various academic publications including scholarly journals written by faculty members over an eighty year span. The collection consists of academic reviews and articles, newspaper clippings, and book...

 
San José State University Faculty Papers of H. Brett Melendy

The San José State University Faculty Papers of H. Brett Melendy, 1928-1985 (bulk 1955-1985), consists of materials collected by H. Brett Melendy while serving as the University Archivist (1983-1987). The records consist of academic journals, newspaper clippings, photographs and typed...

 
San José State University Football Programs Collection

The San José State University Football Programs Collection, 1934-2004 (bulk 1947-1962), provides a snapshot of the intercollegiate games played by the SJSU Spartans. The football team began in 1893, with the first intercollegiate game taking place in 1895. SJSU celebrated...

 
San José State University History Department Records

The San José State University History Department Records, 1962-1982, consist of a selection of the department's annual reports, technical reports, printed booklets, and newspaper clippings. In addition, the records include the original manuscript of Associate Professor Benjamin F. Gilbert's (1981)....

 
San José State University Home Economics Department Records

The San José State University Home Economics Department Records, 1913-1982 (bulk 1977-1980) consist of a variety of administrative files, correspondence and department evaluations, particularly concerning the termination of the program. The decision to terminate the Home Economics Department was reached...

 
San José State University Humanities Department Publications

The San José State University Humanities Department Publications, 1965-1996, consist of promotional announcements, posters, brochures, signs, and flyers advertising various events as well as registration and career services. The collection also includes several pieces of internal university communication. The collection...

 
San José State University Industrial Arts Department Collection

The San José State University Industrial Arts Department Collection, 1942-1980 (bulk 1960-1964), includes a variety of materials pertaining to the department's course curriculum, awards received, and works created by students. The collection consists of print and type-written materials along with...

 
San José State University Institute for the Study of Sport, Society, and Social Change Records

This collection consists of records from the San José State University Institute for the Study of Sport, Society, and Social Change.

 
San José State University Japanese-American Internment Research Collection

The San José State University Japanese-American Internment Research Collection, 1935-2010 (bulk 1942-2010), documents the internment of Americans of Japanese descent from 1942-1945, the presence of Japanese-American students at San Jose State College in the late 1930s and early 1940s, and...

 
San José State University Library Records

The San José State University Library Records (1880-2002) document the administrative and operational functions of the university library. The records consist of reports, blueprints, architectural drawings, and administrative files such as meeting minutes. Also included is student census data and...

 
San José State University McFadden Health Cottage Records

The San José State University McFadden Health Cottage Records, 1925-1967 (bulk 1932-1954), document the creation, management and dissolution of a building purchased by the university in order to establish a "rest cottage" for the student population. The records consist of...

 
San José State University Music Department Collection

The San José State University Music Department Collection, 1925-1989 (bulk 1940-1970) documents musical performances produced by the Music Department from 1925 to 1989. The records consist of print materials, loose-leaf programs, flyers, and brochures. This collection is arranged into one...

 
San José State University New College Records

The San José State University New College Records, 1968-1998 (bulk 1972-1978), document New College-- a four-year liberal arts program. The records consist of administrative files, twenty- and thirty-year reunion materials, daybooks, a scrapbook created by New College Provost Harold (Hal)...

 
San José State University Office of the President, Gail Fullerton Records, 1950-1994

The Office of the President is the highest administrative office for the campus, reporting to the California State University (CSU) Chancellor and Board of Trustees, respectively. As such, the Office of the President records document the overall policies, practices and...

 
San José State University Office of the President, Hobert W. Burns Records

The Office of the President is the highest administrative office for the campus, reporting to the California State University (CSU) Chancellor and Board of Trustees, respectively. As such, the Office of the President records document the overall policies, practices and...

 
San José State University Office of the President, J. Handel Evans Records

The Office of the President is the highest administrative office for the campus, reporting to the California State University (CSU) Chancellor and Board of Trustees, respectively. As such, the Office of the President records document the overall policies, practices, and...

 
San José State University Office of the President, John Bunzel Records 1963-1984

The Office of the President is the highest administrative office for the campus, reporting to the California State University (CSU) Chancellor and Board of Trustees, respectively. As such, the Office of the President records document the overall policies, practices and...

 
San José State University Office of the President, John T. Wahlquist Records

The Office of the President is the highest administrative office for the campus, reporting to the California State University (CSU) Chancellor and Board of Trustees, respectively. As such, the Office of the President records document the overall policies, practices and...

 
San José State University Office of the President, Jon Whitmore Records

The Office of the President is the highest administrative office for the campus, reporting to the California State University (CSU) Chancellor and Board of Trustees, respectively. As such, the Office of the President records document the overall policies, practices and...

 
San José State University Office of the President, Robert D. Clark Records

The Office of the President is the highest administrative office for the campus, reporting to the California State University (CSU) Chancellor and Board of Trustees, respectively. As such, the Office of the President records document the overall policies, practices and...

 
San José State University Office of the President, Robert L. Caret Records

The Office of the President is the highest administrative office for the campus, reporting to the California State University (CSU) Chancellor and Board of Trustees, respectively. As such, the Office of the President records document the overall policies, practices and...

 
San José State University Office of the Vice President Records

The SJSU Office of the Vice President Records, 1953-1994 (bulk 1961-1972) consist of administrative files, admissions issues, committee meeting notes, correspondence, departmental evaluations, informational pamphlets, meeting minutes, newspaper clippings, and photographs. The bulk of these records document the impact of...

 
San José State University Office of University Relations Records

The SJSU Office of University Relations Records, 1957-1976, document noteworthy events, activities, and people on the San José State campus over a 20-year time period. The records consist of press and media releases, newspaper clippings, faculty biographical record cards, and...

 
San José State University Oral History Project Collection

This collection contains audio tapes and transcripts documenting the experiences of key administrators and faculty from San José State University. The oral histories described reflect the changes in campus governance, curriculum, and student life from 1952 to the present.

 
San José State University Public Relations and Publications Records 1953-1977

The San José State University Public Relations and Publications Records, 1953-1977 (bulk 1961-1970) are comprised primarily of newspaper clippings, press releases, faculty files, and newsletters created by the campus. This collection is arranged into four series: Series I. Faculty Records,...

 
San José State University Reports Collection

The San José State University Reports Collection, 1919-1997 (bulk 1950-1980), consists of reports published by or about San José State University. The collection includes annual reports produced by various SJSU departments, accreditation reports, and reports about the California State College...

 
San José State University School of Business Records

The San José State University School of Business Records, 1952-1976 (bulk 1960-1970), document the department's activities and projects, including the Executive in Residence Program, the Visiting Scholar Program, the Distinguished Scholar in Residence, the Distinguished Businessman Seminar Series, the J.C....

 
San José State University School of Library and Information Science Records

This collection documents the school’s administration, curriculum, and development of a statewide distance education program. The records consist of correspondence, administrative documents pertaining to accreditation, documents pertaining to curriculum, agendas for campus committee meetings, flyers for student programs and events,...

 
San José State University Scrapbook Collection

The San José State University Scrapbook Collection 1884-1999 (bulk 1931-1971) consists of over two hundred scrapbooks documenting one hundred and fifteen years of the university's history. Created by entities such as the Spartan Marching Band, the Foreign Students Club, and...

 
San José State University Spartan Sports Collection

The Spartan Sports collection contains material related to San José State University athletics as well as official handbooks, manuals, and athletic rules for various other college sports, ports, including many National Collegiate Athletic Association publications.

 
San José State University Special Collections and Archives Records

Records of San José State University Special Collections Department from the 1960s to the 1990s.

San José State University Special Collections Silicon Valley History Online Collection

The San José State University Special Collections collection includes photographs, manuscripts, and ephemera documenting the history of Santa Clara County, San José, California, and San José State University. The majority of images chosen for Silicon Valley History Online are photographs...

 
San José State University Student Council Records

The San José State University Student Council Records, 1950-1980 document the formation of the SJSU Student Council in 1955. The early Student Council, also known as the Associated Students, formed in 1897 as a student club. The Student Council and...

 
San José State University Student Involvement Records

This collections contains materials related to student involvement at San José State University.

 
San José State University Student Memorabilia Collection

The San José State University Student Memorabilia Collection documents the academic and social experiences of students who attended the college from the days when it was the Normal School to the present name of San Jose Staté University. The bulk...

 
San José State University Student Organization Records

The San José State University Student Organization Records, 1920-2011 (bulk 1930-1940), document various student body organizations over a 70-year period, such as the Associated Students, the Black Masque Honor Society, the Spartan Programs Committee, and various Panhellenic and honorary fraternities...

 
San José State University Student Publications Collection

The San José State University Student Publications Collection consists of publications created and written by students for students. The collection consists of student-created guides, magazines, newsletters, newspapers, pamphlets, and yearbooks.

 
San José State University Student Services Records

The San José State University Student Services Records, 1954-2003 (bulk 1985-1990), document a selection of materials from the Office of Student Services, the Career Planning and Placement Center, and the Office of Disabled Students. The records consist of publications and...

 
San José State University Summer Session Records

The San José State University Summer Session records (1903-1980) [bulk 1950-1980] consist of the program's general files, class schedules, statistical reports, and correspondence. Additional materials include files related to the college's Founder's Day and Centennial celebrations. The collection is arranged...

 
San José State University Theater Arts Collection

The San José State University Theater Arts Collection, 1900-1988 (bulk 1950-1957) documents theatrical plays and ballets arranged and presented by the university's Speech and Drama Department. The collection consists of department theater programs, photographs, magazines, souvenir ballet programs, mailers, fliers,...

 
San José State University Women's Studies Program Records

San José State University's Women's Studies Program was one of the earliest women's studies programs in the United States. The Women's Studies Program Records document the emergence and development of the Women's Studies Program from 1963 to 2003. The bulk...

 
San José Woman's Club Records

The San José Woman's Club Records consists of administrative records and pressbooks documenting the club's activities from 1922 to 1993. The collection materials include ledgers, meeting minutes, a receipt book, scrapbooks, photographs, and correspondence.

 
San Jose Abstract & Title Insurance Company records, 1885-1937.

Certificates of title, policies of title insurance and abstracts of title for property in Santa Clara County, California, mainly in San Jose.

 
San Jose area businesses [graphic]

Views show the General Merchandise store of C.L. Willett (manuscript caption indicates this was the first grocery store in Campbell) with a woman and child on the porch, a man in a buggy in front; the City Carriage Works with...

 
[San Jose, Calif. election, 1992 (June 2), Measure G, baseball stadium utility tax : newspaper clippings].

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

 
San Jose Cemetery Records 1859-1994

History San Jose maintains an extensive collection of records relating to the Oak Hill Memorial Park (Oak Hill Cemetery) as well as some information on Santa Clara Mission Cemetery and other memorial parks in the immediate area. Collection includes a...

 
San Jose Cemetery Records 1859-1994

History San Jose maintains an extensive collection of records relating to the Oak Hill Memorial Park (Oak Hill Cemetery) as well as some information on Santa Clara Mission Cemetery and other memorial parks in the immediate area. Collection includes a...

 
San Jose Conferences on the Holocaust Proceedings

Proceedings of the First Western Regional Conference on the Holocaust, relating to the ancient, medieval, and modern origins of the Holocaust, its meaning for western civilization, and the methodology for teaching about the Holocaust in schools and universities.

 
San Jose Day Nursery Records

Records of the San Jose Day Nursery, including history of the organization, scrapbooks and photo albums, financial records, membership lists, roll books, employee attendance records, and Board of Directors minutes.

 
San Jose Hospital Records

San Jose Hospital, and San Jose Hospital Nursing School records, including photographs and scrapbooks.

 
San Jose Los Gatos Interurban Railway Company records, 1905.

Include proposed ordinance, agreements, and petitions relating to its francise.

 
San Jose Mercury News Collection

San Jose Mercury News clippings file and bound volumes of the Daily Mercury and Weekly Mercury

 
San Jose Mercury News Negatives of Sporting Events

Sets of negatives taken by San Jose Mercury News staff photographers at local sports events.

 
San Jose miscellany : mss., 1847-1870.

1. A letter from John Burton to Joseph Bartine Hull (1847) responding to an order to disband troops and transfer arms to San Francisco.--2. A statement from Pierre sansevain regarding bran from the mill at San Jose (1848)--3. A promissory...

 
San Jose Planning Commission Aerial Photographs

Aerial photographs of road intersections and neighborhoods in San Jose, California, taken by the San Jose Planning Commission.

San Jose Public Library California Room Silicon Valley History Online Collection

The San Jose Public Library California Room collection includes books, photographs, maps, periodicals, clippings and ephemera. The collection covers all of California with special emphasis on San Jose and Santa Clara County. The majority of images chosen for this project...

 
San Jose Repertory Theatre Records

San Jose Repertory Theatre, or "The Rep," was founded in 1980 by James P. Reber, the first resident professional theater company in San Jose. The Rep's opening production of Noel Coward's 'Private Lives' was well received and was followed by...

 
San Jose State College Centennial Campus Events Collection

The Centennial Campus Events collection consists of newspapers and printed materials that document the centennial celebration of San Jose State College. The collection of newspapers include the (college student newspaper) and the (1949-1957). Also included are awards from the San...

 
San Jose State College Football Film Collection

The San Jose State College Football Film Collection, 1968-1972 documents the games the San Jose Spartans played against rival universities in the intercollegiate bowls during the 1968-1972 seasons as well as scrimmages. The records consist of reel-to-reel film and DVDs....

 
San Jose State College Patrons Association Collection

The San Jose State College Patrons Association Records, 1933-1990, a division of the California Congress of Parents and Teachers, documents the history of the organization over a sixty-year period. The collection consists of history and publicity scrapbooks pertaining to the...

 
San Jose State College Songs and Music Collection

The San Jose State College Songs and Music Collection consists of songbooks, sheet music, and a single audio recording (1876-1882, 1942-1945). The San Jose State College Songs and Music Collection consists of songbooks, sheet music, and a single audio recording....

 
San Jose State College "Speed City" Collection

This collection contains materials related to San Jose State College track and field events, athletes, and coaches during the era known as "Speed City."

 
San Jose State College World War I and World War II Collection

The San Jose State College World War I and World War II Collection, 1914-1949 (bulk 1942-1948), consists of materials related to students and faculty who served in the armed forces during World War I and World War II. The collection...

 
San Jose State Normal School Records

The San Jose State Normal School Records collection consists of various types of records created both by administration and students. The collection also contains a small number of textiles in the form of banners, flags, and the gown of a...

 
San Jose State University Architectural Drawings Collection

The San Jose State University Architectural Drawings Collection documents the contruction of several buildings on the San Jose State College campus, including: San Jose College Central Library Building, Wahlquist Library, and the California State Library Faculty Office Building. In addition...

 
San Jose State University Civil Rights and Campus Protest Collection

The San José University Civil Rights and Campus Protest Collection, 1967-1990 (bulk 1968-1970), documents the civil unrest that occurred during the civil rights and anti-Vietnam movements at San José State during the 1960s and the 1970s. Between 1968-1972, college campuses...

 
San Jose State University College of Education Alumni Board Records

The College of Education Alumni Board records document the activities of the San Jose State University (SJSU) College of Education Alumni Board. The materials include the Board's by-laws, minutes recorded during Board of Directors meetings, photographs and ephemera describing the...

 
San Jose State University Emeritus and Retired Faculty Association Collection

The San Jose State University Emeritus and Retired Faculty Association (SJSU ERFA) collection (1950-2014), formerly known as San Jose State University Emeritus Faculty Association, documents the activities of this organization of emeritus and retired faculty members. Materials include minutes, correspondence,...

 
San Jose State University Faculty Wives Club Records

The San José State University Faculty Wives Club Records, 1929-1996, document the history of the club over a 60-year period. The collection consists of meeting minutes, financial records, newsletters, and membership rosters. In addition, the collection includes scrapbooks, newspaper clippings,...

 
San Jose stereographs [graphic] /

Chiefly street views and commercial buildings in San Jose's business district. Included are Santa Clara Street, First Street, the Bank of San Jose, Alameda Road, the Commercial and Savings Bank, the Normal School, Auzerais House, and the University of the...

 
San Jose Symphony Records

Records of the San Jose Symphony, which operated between 1878 and 2001 in San Jose, California. The collection includes business records, scrapbooks and programs, photographs, press clippings, and recordings of performances.

 
San Jose Water Company Receipts

A collection of receipts of the San Jose Water Company from 1869-1935 (bulk 1869-1872). Also included are some undated supply lists and an issue of "The Spillway" (v.2:9) a monthly newsletter published for the employees of the San Jose Water...

 
San Jose-Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant Records

Records of the San Jose/Santa Clara Water Pollution Control Plant in Alviso, California, including documentation regarding the transfer of Zanker House to History Park in San Jose, California.

 
San Juan Bautista State Historic Park Photographic Collection

The San Juan Bautista State Historic Park Photographic Collection contains 848 cataloged images that date from circa 1812 through 2013. Images depict the property as a Spanish mission, a Mexican and early-American town, and a state park unit.

 
San Juan Capistrano Mission records : transcripts, 1866-1886.

V.1: Cantos de la misión: texts of chants used in the Mission, preserved by Benancio Rios and by Ramón Yorba, with a brief history of the chants at the end of the volume. V.2: Account book, 1866-1886, kept by Father...

 
San Juan Del Rio church records, 1787-1889 (bulk 1810-1880).

Contains records of church rights, finances, and the Archconfradia de Santisimo Sacramento. The church rights records include baptism, marriage and burial documents. The financial records include lists of charitable funds, account books of the Parish, Sanctuary and Chapel, statements of...

 
San Juan Water District. Records, 1854-1994

This collection of records from the contemporary San Juan Water District begins in 1854 with one of the state's early ditch companies and concludes in 1994 with the 140th anniversary of the company. There are approximately 600 items in the...

 
San Leandro (built 1923; ferry) records

San Leandro (built 1923; ferry) records, 1955-1956, (SAFR 22683, HDC 1624), consists of three documents: daily time report (blank), dated July 8, 1955; a list of work to be done, dated May 2, 1956; and a list of repairs to...

San Luis Obispo Building Permits Collection

Select building permits for the City of San Luis Obispo, California for years 1906-1937 with yearly alphabetical indices for 1923 and 1928-1937. The permits are not a complete issue.

San Luis Obispo County Historic Lithographs Collection, 1883

This collection contains 48 sheets of hand-tinted lithographs, each approximately 11 ¾ x 8 ½ inches, depicting 61 different ranches, residences, hotels, commercial and civic buildings throughout San Luis Obispo County in 1883. These lithographs illustrated the produced in 1883...

 
San Luis Obispo County Jail Register

This collection of records are contained in a single volume register of prisoners received in and discharged from San Luis Obispo County Jail, July 1, 1912 -September 30, 1913. The register provides the date on which a prisoner was received,...

 
San Luis Obispo County records, 1846-1857.

Mainly legal documents. Includes papers in dispute between José María Villavicencio and Francis Ziba Branch.

San Luis Obispo County Regional Photograph Collection, 1850 - c.1980 (bulk 1890-1930)

The San Luis Obispo County Regional Photographs Collection contains photographs, artwork, and postcards of San Luis Obispo city and county. The collection, comprised of both amateur and professional work, captures daily life and popular scenes and locations in the county....

 
San Luis Obispo Regional Blueprints Collection

The San Luis Obispo Regional Blueprints Collection contains architectural drawings, blueprints and specifications, discovered during the remodel of an old warehouse once belonging to the Southern Pacific Milling Company in San Luis Obispo, California. The bulk of the collection is...

 
San Luis Obispo views [graphic].

Views of San Luis Obispo, Calif., and of the Steele family residence there.

 
San Marcos, Sacatepequez, Guatemala government document collection : mss., 1752-1753.

Contains documents concerning the creation of a cabildo (townhall) to govern the barrio (district) of San Marcos Sacatepequez, including a petition from town representatives, and a detailed list of all male citizens broken down by race.

 
San Martín (José de) collection of printed material

A collection of printed works regarding the life of José de San Martín (c. 1778-1850), the first president of Peru and a leader in South America's struggle for independence from Spain.

 
[San Mateo County, Calif. election, 1985 (Nov. 5), Measure A, BART extension : campaign ephemera and newspaper clippings].

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

 
San Mateo County Recorder's Office Records

Collection consists of deeds, mortgages, liens, land claims, declarations, and abandonments of homestead recorded at the office of the County Recorder, San Mateo County between 1857 and 1872....

 
San Mateo County Tobacco Prevention Program Records

The collection consists of publicity materials from San Mateo County's Department of Alcohol and Drug Services Tobacco Prevention program. It includes 9 1/4" x 12" posters, hand cards, newsletters, reports and presentation materials. Also included are five public service announcements...

San Mateo Local History Collection

The collection has two primary areas of interest, the first is the history of the city of San Mateo, the second is a record of the city's on-going relationship with the 101st Airborne, Company A. The historical photographs cover a...

 
San Miguel Mission, California [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
San Pasqual Battlefield Volunteer Association Collection

While the collection includes aspects of the organization's administrative history and relationship to the San Pasqual Battlefield Historic State Park, the strength of the San Pasqual Battlefield Volunteer Association Collection is in the reference materials pertaining to the Battle of...

 
San Pete Valley Railway Company organizational records : DS, 1874-1910.

Articles of incorporation, by-laws, minutes of stockholders and directors meetings (1874-1880 and 1893-1910) and certificate of dissolution. With signatures of various officers.

 
San Quentin Folsom Prison Index

This index volume lists names and numbers of all inmates in San Quentin & Folsom prisons (1910)....

San Quentin Prison and Events, ca. 1925-1935 - Views

The Views of San Quentin Prison and Events album contains 355 photographic prints taken circa 1925-1935. The album features views and scenes of the the prison grounds, interiors of many of the structures, and various recreational acitivities. Besides general grounds...

 
San Quentin Prison photographs [graphic]

Compiled by Leo L. Stanley, longtime chief medical officer at San Quentin Prison.

 
San Quentin prison records, 1885-1952.

Collection includes: letterpress copybooks containing copies of official prison correspondence, 1885-1892, and 1908; register of prisoners discharged or transferred, 1930-1940; register of prisoners by county where sentenced, approximately 1949-1952; and descriptions of prisoners, 1920-1932. Also includes a record book of...

 
San Quentin prison views [graphic]

Views of buildings and grounds at San Quentin, including exteriors and interiors, and some birds-eye views. Pictured areas include cells, machine shops, classrooms, barber shop, infirmary, bakery, kitchen, chapel, and laundry room. Prisoners are visible in some photos.

 
San Rafael (Calif.) Docket Books

Collection consists of docket books from the Justice court in San Rafael, California. Includes five volumes, covering the years 1865-68 and 1871-78....

 
San Rafael Ranch Records and Addenda

The collection consists of papers related chiefly to the business affairs of Conway S. Campbell-Johnston and A. Campbell-Johnston and the San Rafael Ranch Company in the Garvanza neighborhood near Pasadena, California, from the 1880s to the early 1900s. The papers...

 
San Simeon area highway construction photographs [graphic].

Photographs document highway construction in the vicinity of San Simeon, Calif. Views depict road and bridge construction, California Highway Commission workers, Deer Creek, Salmon Creek and the adjacent California coast.

 
San Xavier Mission, near Tucson, Arizona [graphic].

Two interior views chiefly depicting altars and devotional objects, and one general exterior view.

 
Sanaker (Otto) Papers

This collection consists of legal documents from Orange County Superior Court and Los Angeles Superior Court dating from 1915-1930. Also included are Santa Ana attorney and notary public Otto Sanaker's correspondence, his 1917 diary, wills of various clients, and unsorted...

 
Sanborn family correspondence : Benicia, Calif., 1853-1864.

Mainly letters from Thomas J. Sanborn, describing his voyage to California via Panama, the shipwreck of the Winfield Scott, life in Benicia, the operation of a flour mill and wages paid, temperance activities, farming in the area, and comments on...

 
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps 1884-1968

Maps by the Sanborn Map Company for the cities of San Jose and Santa Clara in hardcopy and microfilm.

 
Sanborn (James M.) papers

A collection of letters written to James M. Sanborn and his wife Lilia Sanborn. Includes letters from their sons, extended family, and friends and associates, as well as a ledger and some visiting cards.

 
Sanborn (John A.) papers

This collection contains the diaries kept by John A. Sanborn (1850-1942) between 1909 and 1942. Sanborn was a farmer who lived in Covina and Compton, California.

 
Sanborn (John M.) Papers

Collection consists of 175 items of correspondence, papers, photographs, and ephemera relating to John M. Sanborn, school teacher and principal at various schools in Michigan, and his family. Includes an eight-page letter to Sanborn from his brother Lucius, describing military...

 
Sanborn Map

One Sanborn map of Santa Paula

 
Sanchez Adobe Historical Documents

Collection contains hand-written indenture documents for the Santa Pauly y Saticoy land grant, conveying property in the Saticoy portion to certain owners

 
Sanchez (David) Papers

David John Sanchez was born and raised in East Los Angeles. As a founding member of the Brown Berets, Sanchez was heavily involved with the Chicano civil and political movements of the late 1960s and 1970s. The collection consists of...

 
Sanchez (Gil) Papers

Series I: Personal and Biographical. The series includes articles from major magazines and newpaper sources and is divided into two categories and ordered chronologically. The first category includes all articles primarily concerned with Gil Sanchez himself, his work and his...

Sanchez (John) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with John Sanchez conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Former agricultural worker; recalls killing of unionists by growers in Pixley, California, during 1933 Central Valley cotton strike; describes harsh living and working conditions of Central Valley’s Mexican American...

 
Sanchez (Margaret Tuttle) Diary

Transcript of her diary entries for December 7-13, 1941; she recounts hearing President Roosevelt's radio address on Dec. 8 in the company of English department faculty, various blackouts and alarms on campus and in San Francisco, address by Stanford president...

 
Sanchez (Margaret Tuttle), "Poet's Progress"

Privately printed collection of poems; each poem is accompanied by recollections and commentary. This copy is number 315 of 500.

 
Sanchez (Rita) Papers

The (1972-2013) document Sanchez's work while teaching at Mesa Community College and her influence on the Chicano Studies Department there, as well as work done in the San Diego community. The majority of the material dates from 1990-2000 and focuses...

 
Sanchez (Rita) Papers

Papers pertain to her education at Stanford University, her teaching career at San Diego Mesa College, her interest in Chicano/Chicana artists and activists and Chicano history, and her own writings. Included are class papers, articles, correspondence, publications, audio and videotapes,...

Sanctuary Oral History Project Records

An oral history of the sanctuary movement based on interviews with religious and lay leaders in the Bay Area conducted by Eileen Purcell during 1997-1998. The interviews cover the beginning of the sanctuary movement during the Vietnam Conflict (1971-1972) and...

 
Sand and gravel operations [graphic].

Includes pictures of Permanente Cement Operations.

 
Sand Dollar Collection of Publications, Posters, Catalogs, and Ephemera

Collection consists of a virtually complete collection of about 40 books, along with broadsides, posters, catalogs, bookmarks, and ephemera produced by the Sand Dollar publishers in Berkeley, California. Includes limited and trade books, as well as a run of Sand...

 
Sand Hill Road Development Videorecordings

These video tapes pertain to Stanford University's development plan for the Sand Hill Road corridor between El Camino Real and Santa Cruz Avenue, which falls under the jurisdiction of the City of Palo Alto. Meetings of Palo Alto agencies recorded...

 
Sandburg (Carl) Collection

Carl Sandburg (1878-1967) was a contemporary American poet, author, musician, well-known Abraham Lincoln scholar, and winner of three Pulitzer Prizes. The materials in the collection primarily document events featuring or celebrating Carl Sandburg’s career, including correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings,...

 
Sander Orent papers, 1987-1989

Drafts and proofs of Dr. Orent's book, Stress and the Heart.

 
Sander (William) collection

Writings, correspondence, reports, and photographs, relating to political, social, and economic conditions and to repression of civil liberties in the zone of Germany under Soviet occupation. Some items relate to the western zones of occupation and to the condition of...

 
Sanders (Elmer M.) Collection

Elmer M. Sanders was a prominent African-American leader in the city of Pacoima, CA. His papers document the personal achievements of the Sanders family, their involvement in community affairs, and the educational efforts of the Trainers of Teacher Trainers project...

 
Sanders (Harry L.) Planning Documents

This collection includes reports, proposals, agenda, minutes, transcripts of public hearings, and other documents pertaining to development in San Francisco, especially Diamond Heights and the Western Addition, 1948-54; and reports, booklets, and brochures pertaining to planning in general, 1940-70. Of...

 
Sanders (Harry) photograph collection

Depicts the meeting aboard the H.M.S. Prince of Wales between President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill in Newfoundland, 1941; leading American naval and political figures; and United States Navy oil exploration efforts in Alaska, 1949.

 
Sanders (J.P.) Sermons

The collection includes audiocassettes of sermons given by J.P. Sanders from 1973 to 1986 at the Hillsboro Church of Christ in Nashville, Tennessee, and Conejo Valley Church of Christ in Thousand Oaks, California.

 
Sanders (Marilyn) Photographs

The collection consists of 88 black and white, plus some Ektachrome color, photographs taken by Los Angeles based photographer Marilyn Sanders during the period 1976-1991. These are portraits of famous writers, artists, UCLA dignitaries, booksellers, plus photos of the Los...

Sanders (Rear Admiral Eddie R.) Personal Papers

During September 1942, World War II Rear Admiral Eddie R. Sanders was a Lt. Commander at NAS Anacostia working as a test pilot. Early that month he received orders to precede to NAS San Diego to examine and test fly...

 
Sanders Russell papers, 1913-1982 (bulk 1948-1981).

The bulk of the collection consists of unidentified poems and manuscripts, representing Russell's work as a poet. Also included are drawings and sketches; correspondence with family, friends and colleagues; and personalia including diaries, identification documents, and school papers.

 
Sanders Russell photograph collection [graphic]

Most items unidentified. Includes some touristic views of New York City.

 
Sanderson (Fred Grant) Student Notes

Notes from lectures by Wilbur W. Thoburn, kept in the published syllabus: THE LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF CHRIST; A STUDY OF CHRISTIAN IDEALS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO LIFE. A SYLLABUS OF A COURSE OF LECTURES DELIVERED IN LELAND STANFORD JUNIOR...

 
Sanderson, J. B. Photographs from the Jeremiah Burke Sanderson papers [graphic].

Collection of cartes de visite, tintypes and photoprints including family pictures (mostly of African Americans) taken in San Francisco, Oakland, Stockton, and Colorado. Two views are apparently in a circus setting and depict a black minstrel troop and a band.

 
Sandford (Rick) Writings

Journals, short stories, plays, screenplays, comparative literature, poetry, and annual compendia of literature read, motion pictures seen, and theatrical performances attended by Rick Sandford, 1963-1995. Sandford documented his early life in Tahoe 1958-1969, as a "born again" Christian 1971-1972, and...

 
Sandford (Sarah) Commonplace Book of poetry

Sarah Sandford of Lodi, New York recorded her favorite poems by Lord Byron, William Wordsworth, Letitia Elizabeth Landon, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and others in this handwritten notebook. She also recorded a recipe for ginger snaps and a Biblical passage.

Sandifer (Edgar) Papers

The collection comprises organizational records and personal papers of Mississippi civil rights activist Edgar Sandifer, 1929-2014. Organizational materials include his administrative, financial, promotional, and legal records as part of the Mississippi Gay Alliance (MGA), Persons with AIDS/HIV Project (PWA), Jackson...

 
Sandlands (Roger J.) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, notes, and clippings, relating to the career of the American economist Lauchlin Currie, and particularly to his role in the dispatch of the Flying Tigers to China in 1941. Used during preparation of the book by R. J. Sandilands,...

 
Sandler (Barry) papers

Correspondence, fan mail, press releases, publicity photographs, public relations material, clippings, and film reviews from screenwriter Barry Sandler regarding his 1982 film, .

 
Sandler (Douglas) Private Harvey Milk Stamps

Stamps designed and commissioned by Douglas Sandler to honor slain San Francisco supervisor, Harvey Milk and printed in 2012 by a company in Auckland, New Zealand. Sandler commissioned his own private stamps to create an interest in stamp collecting and...

Sandler (Irving) Papers

Papers of the American art critic Irving Sandler, including five decades of notes, transcripts and audiotapes of interviews with artists and art professionals, materials documenting art organizations and associations, and correspondence regarding publications, lectures, and academic appointments.

 
Sandler (Ronnie) Collection

This collection documents the work of Ronnie Sandler, an activist in the tradeswomen’s movement. Much of Sandler’s work focused on expanding women’s access to fields where they had not traditionally been employed, such as building trades and transportation. The...

 
Sandoval (David) Papers

The East Los Angeles Archives (ELAA) is comprised of collections which document the lives and events of a historical community central to the social, political, and cultural history of the Chicano/Latino community in the United States. The ELAA is a...

 
Sandoval Fernandez (Carmen) Poster Collection

The consists of 62 Chicano Movement-related posters, broadsides, and advertisements. These one-of-a-kind posters and broadsides document local events and organizations, as well as local and national groups involved in the Chicano Movement in San Diego, including the Chicano Federation of...

Sandoval (Judith) Visitacion Valley Gift of Stories Collection

The Judith Sandoval Visitacion Valley Gift of Stories Collection consists of over 4,000 black and white photographs of varying sizes, contact sheets, negatives and images on CDs of the Visitacion Valley community between 1998 and 2005.

 
Sandra Merzoian scrapbooks, 1938-1964.

Clippings concerning the activities of various directors of the California Department of Mental Hygiene, including information on hospital facilities and on care of the mentally ill. V.1: 1938-1939; v.2: 1946-1949; v.3: 1963-1964.

 
Sandrich (Mark) papers

The Mark Sandrich papers span the years 1924-1994 (bulk 1926-1945) and encompass 7.8 linear feet. The collection contains a variety of film-related production material, scripts, and clippings. There is some script material for television and some miscellaneous story material by...

 
Sandy Bradford letters to his parents and his uncle : ALS, 1849.

One, written from a camp on the North Fork of the Platte River, comments on the journey east; the other, written October 4 from Sacramento, shortly after his arrival, discusses plan for going to the gold region.

 
Sane Transportation Alternatives for Neighborhood Defense (STAND) Records

The STAND records measure 2.5 linear feet and date from 1985 to 1996. The collection is arranged in twelve series: Background information, Contacts, Displacement, Environmental issues, Freeway 168, Funding, Legal issues, Members of STAND, Other grass-roots effort, Publicity, Related organization,...

 
Sanera (Michael) papers

Resolutions, position papers, letters, bulletins, flyers, convention material, and printed matter, relating to the 1969 national convention of Young Americans for Freedom.

 
Sanesi (Frank) Personal Papers

Frank Sanesi flew P-51s and P-38s in World War Two in the Pacific.

 
Sanfield (Steve) Papers

Personal journals, manuscripts, correspondence, publications, audio tapes, and collected ephemera relating to Sanfield's life and career.

 
Sanford (Fernando) Papers

Collection includes 6 account books with entries for investments, household expenses, books, cash accounts, and other matters, 1885-1891; undated typescript of several chapters from an unpublished book "Three Centuries of Magic"; correspondence including a letter of introduction for Perry T....

 
Sanford (John A.) Collection of Books

The Sanford collection includes his own works as well as volumes from , , books by Fritz Kunkel, and other religious and Jungian publications. ...

 
Sanford (John B.) / Smith (Robert W.) Collection

The collection contains material sent by John B. Sanford to Robert W. Smith, including correspondence, typescript drafts of articles/shorter works, and photocopies of reviews of Sanford's books from various newspapers, as well as other materials Smith had collected regarding Sanford....

 
Sanford (Katherine) Papers and Works of Art

The Katherine (Katie) Sanford collection includes 62 original oil paintings that appear in , as well as personal correspondence, drafts, sketches, watercolors, published works, and audio lectures....

 
Sanford (Marvin) Papers

This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera related to American labor supporter and socialist Marvin Sanford (1897-1974) and his work in socialism, labor unions, and communism. The following topics and people are referenced in the collection: Edward Bellamy, cooperative societies...

 
Sanford Norton Truesdell papers, circa 1862

[Sargeant, New York Infantry, 122nd Regiment (Vol), Company K]. Papers, including two Civil War letters (ALS) 1862, family history, and carte de visite of Truesdell in uniform.

 
Sanford Samuel Elberg papers, [ca. 1930-1984]

Papers related to his research with Karl F. Meyer on the development of the Brucellosis Medicine; other papers related to his University career are included.

 
Sanger (Margaret) Birth Control Collection

The collection contains 26 booklets, pamphlets, programs, and other printed ephemera relating to birth control advocate Margaret Sanger and organizations such as the American Birth Control League, Birth Control Clinical Research Bureau (Margaret Sanger, Director), Birth Control Federation of America,...

 
Sanitary Reform of London collection

The collection documents the history of the sanitary evolution of London from the 1840s to the early twentieth century. Some 4500 separate printed, typescript, and manuscript items trace the stages by which the drainage and fresh water supply for London...

 
Sanjian (Avedis K.) papers

Avedis Krikor Sanjian, Professor emeritus of UCLA's Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, was a world-renowned scholar of Armenian studies who wrote ten books and authored more than 40 articles in English and Armenian. The collection consists of personal...

 
Sankary (Wanda) Papers

Wanda Sankary (b.1919) practiced law in Los Angeles and San Diego. In 1954, she was elected as a Democrat to the California State Assembly, representing the 79th district (San Diego), and was defeated in her 1956 re-election bid. The collection...

 
Sankt-Peterburgskoe obshchestvo "Memorial" collection

Transcripts of interviews of former political prisoners; secret police case files; articles; and speeches; relating to the execution, imprisonment, and sentence to forced labor camps of political prisoners in the Soviet Union. Collected by the Sankt-Peterburgskoe obshchestvo "Memorial." Photocopy.

 
Sanskriti Records

Collection includes flyers, programs, and tickets from events, 2007-2008, and three VHS videorecordings from their Mela shows, 1996-2000.

Santa Ana History Room photograph collection

The Santa Ana History Room photograph collection includes images of historical interest of the city of Santa Ana and other areas of Orange County from the late 1800's to 2002. The images chronicle a wide variety of topics like agriculture,...

 
Santa Ana River Report

The collection comprises a transcript on the appeal "Anaheim Water Company vs. Semi-Tropic Water Company." The document contains testimony of the development of irrigration along the Santa Ana River, as well as information on the early Spanish-speaking families that settled...

 
Santa Ana Valley Irrigation Company records, 1877-1948.

The Santa Ana Valley Irrigation Company was incorporated in the summer of 1877, acquiring the rights and properties of the Semi-Tropic company. The company covered the territory of the former Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, including the Olive area, Orange,...

 
Santa Ana Valley Irrigation Company records, 1877-1948.

The Santa Ana Valley Irrigation Company was incorporated in the summer of 1877, acquiring the rights and properties of the Semi-Tropic company. The company covered the territory of the former Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana, including the Olive area, Orange,...

 
Santa Barbara African American local history collection

This Collection is based on the Black Santa Barbara Historical Calendar project files. Additional materials pertinent to Santa Barbara African Americans continue to be added to the collection.

 
Santa Barbara Afro-American oral history project collection

This collection consists of 27 recorded interviews of prominent Santa Barbara African Americans done by interviewee Ranford Hopkins. The interviews were later transcribed into audio tapes.

 
Santa Barbara and San Fernando Rey missions [graphic]

Photos captioned: Corridor of the Santa Barbara Mission built in 1786 -- San Fernando Rey Mission. Built in 1797.

 
Santa Barbara and Santa Ynez Turnpike Road Co. document, 1868 April 25

Document dated Apr. 25, 1868. Gift of Carol Storke who had gotten it from Cynthia Huntting (a cousin?), Apr. 2

 
Santa Barbara and Suburban Railway Photographs

Collection of four b/w photos (various sizes), showing Miss Ednah A. Rich, President of the State Normal School, being presented with a spike maul, which she used to drive the golden spike at the end of the Normal School Extension...

 
Santa Barbara Area Newspapers

Single issues and short runs of newspapers not otherwise cataloged separately.

 
Santa Barbara Area photo collection, circa 1880-1915

[Santa Barbara]: [collection of thirty-two original photographs of Santa Barbara, Lompoc, and surrounding area, Including scenes of towns, agriculture, settlers, schools, amusements, etc.] [Santa Barbara County, ca. Ca. 1880–1915]. Thirty-two original photographic prints, measuring from 3¼ x 5¼ to 8...

 
Santa Barbara Authors collection, 1979-2004

Articles, biographical sketches, clippings, and other material relating to Santa Barbara authors, much of it used in compiling Santa Barbara authors list.

 
Santa Barbara, Calif. scenes [graphic] /

Views show a date palm grove, the shoreline at Castle Rock, and a view through an arch on aqueduct wall.

 
Santa Barbara, California photograph album

Photograph album containing 79 pages of over 350 snapshots taken Santa Barbara, California, in the early 1900s.

 
Santa Barbara California photographs: California Floral Festival Parade

Group of six cabinet card photographs of the Santa Barbara California Floral Festival Parade, Santa Barbara California, 1891.

 
Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra concert posters

Six posters relating to concerts performed by the Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra, circa late 70s-early 80s.

 
Santa Barbara Citizens Commission on Civil Disorders Collection

The collection contains a list/table of contents and 15 open reel audiotapes of hearings held from June 17, 1970 to September 1, 1970 regarding Isla Vista and other local disturbances, 1969-1970. It includes eyewitness testimony, accounts of arrests and jail...

 
Santa Barbara City and coast map, 1928

Large, ca. 30" x 80" map, with hand-colored key and shadings of areas owne/operated by oil companies of the time. Oversize, map cabinet 20/6. Purchase: Lost Horizon

 
Santa Barbara Civic Light Opera records, 1984-2001.

Records of Santa Barbara theater company that produced musicals at Santa Barbara's Granada Theatre from 1984 until financial troubles forced it to close in 2001. It changed it's name to Music Theater of Santa Barbara in the 1990s and ran...

 
Santa Barbara Coalition for Human Rights records

The collection includes correspondence, meeting agendas, meeting minutes, clippings, publicity material, position statements, financial records, a script of a radio play , flyers, notes, and other administrative records, 1978-1982, from the Santa Barbara Coalition for Human Rights (SBCHR). The SBCHR...

 
Santa Barbara College document, 1869

One document (AD) listing original pledges for the college, 1869. The college has no connection to the present University of California, Santa Barbara. Alpha list.

 
Santa Barbara College of the University of California, Department of Women's Physical Education Scrapbooks

The collection contains six scrapbooks documenting the Women's Physical Education Department's dance concerts from 1937 to 1945. The scrapbooks contain clippings, programs, reports, memos and correspondence, and other related material.

 
Santa Barbara Community Arts Association records

The Santa Barbara Community Art Association records span 31.22 linear feet and date from 1915 to 1955. The collection is primarily related to the Association's Plans and Planting section and contains architectural drawings and reprographic copies that were entries for...

 
Santa Barbara Community Resources, 1973

Mimeographed school project organized by Hanne Sonquist, with lists of local organizations and services provided

 
Santa Barbara concert posters, circa late 1960s

Six original color posters, mainly of Jim Salzer Presents events at the Santa Barbara Fairgrounds. Headliners include Eric Clapton, Cream, The Fugs, Jethro Tull, Led Zepplin, and Vanilla Fudge. Found in misc. mss map drawer. Map cabinet 20/6. Alpha list.

 
Santa Barbara correspondence, 1897 April 3, 1906 December 11, 14

One letter (ALS) from Thomas Irvine (Santa Barbara) to C. H. Peters (Carson City, Nevada), re a financial matter, 3 April 1897. Also one letter (TL) from State Bank & Trust Co. (Carson City) to Thomas P. Hawley (Santa Barbara),...

 
Santa Barbara County area survey maps collection

Survey maps of Santa Barbara and surrounding areas.

 
Santa Barbara County records, 1830-1866.

Papers relating to land grants, taxes and appointments.

 
Santa Barbara Daily Sound Archives, 2006-2012.

Records of Santa Barbara daily newspaper that began publication in 2006 and ceased publication in 2012. Collection includes a near complete archive of PDF copies of the newspaper as well as a large photo morgue. Print copies of the newspaper...

 
Santa Barbara Earthquake photographs

Santa Barbara Earthquake, June 29, 1925. Two black-and-white photos.

 
Santa Barbara earthquake photographs, 1925

50 b/w photographs, many relating to the 1925 earthquake.

 
Santa Barbara Gay and Lesbian Resource Center Records

Correspondence, bylaws, Board of Directors' reports, financial statements, meeting minutes, course syllabus, staff reports, questionnaire, medical bulletin, workshop packet, flyers, press release, bulletins, and clippings documenting activity of the Santa Barbara Gay and Lesbian Resource Center (GLRC), 1980-1993. The GLRC...

 
Santa Barbara Girls School illustrated brochures, 1917-1920s

Two illustrated brochures extolling the virtues of the school's location and curriculum. Includes class lists. Alpha list.

 
Santa Barbara International Film Festival. 1991-2011.

Programs from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.

 
Santa Barbara Jazz Society collection, 1965-2001.

Bulletins of the Santa Barbara Jazz Society, the Santa Barbara Dixieland Jazz Society, Channel Cities Jazz Society, and the Southern California Jazz Society. Also contains dealer record lists, a photo album, and clippings.

 
Santa Barbara Libertarian Party newsletters, 1975-1976

Eleven issues of the Santa Barbara Libertarian newsletter

 
Santa Barbara Mission and San Francisco's Chinatown [graphic]

Views of buildings, farmland, and friars at Mission Santa Barabara, one view of nuns seated at a meal, and street scenes, shops, and people in San Francisco's Chinatown.

 
Santa Barbara Mission. Archivum Provinciae. Collection of mission registers : ms., [undated]

List of holdings of registers from various missions in California.

 
Santa Barbara Museum of Art poster, 1966

Poster for the 25th anniversary of the Museum , 1941-1966. [Oversize Map Cabinet 20/6]. Alpha list.

 
Santa Barbara Oil Spill photograph

Framed aerial photograph of an oil rig. Signed by Daniel C. Wychgram

 
Santa Barbara oil spill poster, 1969

One black and white poster of oil rig and oil spill on water's surface, with caption "January 28 , 1969." Found in misc. mss map drawer. Map cabinet 20/6. Alpha list.

 
Santa Barbara Oil Spill Scrapbook

One scrapbook with clippings tracing the history of the Santa Barbara Oil Spill of January 1969.

 
Santa Barbara oil spill scrapbook, 1969 1969

One scrapbook with clippings tracing the history of the Santa Barbara Oil Spill of January 1969. The clippings cover the period from January to May 1969, most from the Santa Barbara News Press, but also including California Oil World, El...

 
Santa Barbara Parapsychology Collection

Newsletters, magazines, catalogs, flyers, articles, records of experiments, correspondence, subject files, and other material, mainly printed, collected by Santa Barbara resident Dr. David T. Phillips and primarily pertaining to parapsychology-related groups, studies, and issues in Santa Barbara, southern California, and...

 
Santa Barbara Photo Album, circa 1901-1903

189 black and white photos, various sizes and formats, apparently taken in Santa Barbara and environs, circa 1901-1903 (cf. date on SB Chinatown photo and date of T. RooseveltÆs trip to Santa Barbara.) Includes assorted photos of otherwise unidentified people...

 
Santa Barbara photograph, circa late 1880s

One black and white panorama, showing harbor, city, mission, and electrical poles [Santa Barbara received electricity in 1887]. Found in misc. mss map drawer. Map cabinet 20/6. Alpha list.

 
Santa Barbara photographs, late 19th century-early 20th century

Single items and small groups of photographs, acquired from various sources, most by purchase. Additions to the collection are anticipated.

 
Santa Barbara picture postcards collection, circa 1900s-1950s

Picture postcards, black/white and color, of various Santa Barbara area scenes, acquired over the years from various sources. Includes Santa Barbara and Montecito residences and gardens, harbor and beaches, foothills, birdÆs eye views, Santa Barbara Mission, and former Riviera campus...

 
Santa Barbara Public School Art Fair invitation, 1912 May 23

Invitation, 23 May 1912. Gift from Hilda [?]

 
Santa Barbara (steam schooner) and Wellesley (steam schooner) logbooks and papers

Santa Barbara (steam schooner) and Wellesley (steam schooner) logbooks and papers (SAFR 16463, HDC 180) consists of two engineers logbooks each for the steam schooners SANTA BARBARA and WELLESLEY. Both vessels were involved in the coastal lumber trade and travelled...

 
Santa Barbara (steam schooner) engineers logbooks

Santa Barbara (steam schooner) engineers logbooks (SAFR 16462, HDC 179) consist of two volumes dated 1925 to 1926. They were kept by chief engineer G. Hansen. The vessel, carrying lumber, traversed the Pacific Coast between San Pedro at the southern...

 
Santa Barbara (steam schooner) logbooks

Santa Barbara (steam schooner) logbooks (SAFR 16461, HDC 178) consist of two engineers and one ship log for the steam schooner SANTA BARBARA on numerous voyages between San Francisco, San Pedro, Oregon, Washington and Alaska from 1906 to 1921. The...

Santa Barbara Views, ca. 1875

This collection consists of 20 photographic prints mounted on cardboard (one is a stereograph) of views of Santa Barbara, California, ca. 1875. The photographers include Hayward & Muzzall, W. J. Rea, and I. N. Cook. Included are images of Santa...

 
Santa Barbara Vintners collection, circa 1990s

Newsletters, wine labels, articles/clippings, and other ephemera relating to vintners in the Santa Barbara County area (including Santa Ynez Valley, Lompoc, Santa Maria). Materials continue to be added to the collection.

 
Santa Barbara Water Resources Collection

The collection contains files relating to Santa Barbara area water districts, groundwater, and hourly precipitation records....

 
Santa Barbara World War I recruitment poster, undated

Found item, provenance unknown. Alpha list – title only. ++ Oversize boxed.

 
Santa Catalina Island and Los Angeles scenes [graphic]

Photos captioned: Abolone Point, Avalon, Santa Catalina Island -- Country Road, Los Angeles.

 
Santa Catalina Island photographs [graphic].

Views of Santa Catalina Island, especially the town of Avalon and various boats in Avalon Bay. Town views include tourist tent cabins, the Bath House, and the Metropole Hotel. Collection also includes views of fishing catches, natural features of the...

 
Santa Catalina Island stationery sheets [graphic]

Blank sheets of stationery with a different illustration on each. Pictured are: the Wrigley mansion, Zane Grey's Hopi Indian home, Avalon Bay, the St. Catherine Hotel, the casino (2 views), the ferry S.S. Catalina, Lover's Cove, and Avalon town.

 
Santa Clara Center for Occupational Safety and Health (SCCOSH) and Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition (SVTC) Records

This collection consists of administrative files, correspondence, research, publications, official reports, newspaper clippings, photographs, notes, congressional testimony, and legislative material concerning these organizations and their mission to reduce toxins and hazardous waste in the Silicon Valley.

Santa Clara City Library Silicon Valley History Online Collection

The Santa Clara City Library collection includes photographs, artifacts, maps, booklets, and ephemera documenting Santa Clara County and Santa Clara City, California. The majority of images chosen for Silicon Valley History Online are photographs of individuals, businesses, and Santa Clara...

 
Santa Clara County (Calif.) Juvenile Probation Dept. miscellaneous records

Annual records and budgets, relating to juvenile delinquency in Santa Clara County, California.

 
Santa Clara County Coroner's Inquests 1850-1930

Records of causes of death in Santa Clara County.

 
Santa Clara County documents, 1826-1875.

Mainly pertaining to San Jose. Includes official correspondence, 1826-1845; proclamation concerning defeat of revolt led by Joaquín Solis in 1830; court documents; and copies of ordinances.

 
Santa Clara County Fire Insurance Company Records

Records of the Santa Clara County Fire Insurance Company mainly comprising minutes and individual insurance policy applications. The company was incorporated in 1900, providing insurance to property owners in Santa Clara County.

 
Santa Clara County Free Library

This collection consists of ten volumes listing accessions of the Santa Clara County Free Library. The volumes range from 1914 to 1931.

 
Santa Clara County Great Registers 1867-1904

Great Registers are books listing registered male voters in Santa Clara County.

 
Santa Clara County Jail prisoner descriptions [graphic].

Sheet removed from mug shot album. Each side of sheet includes a photograph of a prisoner, with description written in pre-printed fields, e.g. name, nativity, residence, occupation, physical characteristics, legal status, nature of crime, date of sentencing, etc. Prisoners depicted...

 
Santa Clara County land miscellany, 1884-1934.

Abstracts of titles, deeds, etc. relating to land transactions in San Jose and Los Gatos.

 
Santa Clara County land papers, 1844-1869.

Papers relate mainly to property in San Jose. Includes transcripts and translations of documents in U.S. Land Commission case no. 286, pertaining to the Pueblo Land claims of San Jose.

 
Santa Clara County Marriage Licenses 1849-1946

Collection of marriage licenses issued in Santa Clara County, Calif. The bulk of the licenses date from 1850-1914.

 
Santa Clara County Probate Records 1850-1913

Original documents of legal proceedings following the death of an individual that include a description of the property of the deceased. Some probates also include guardianships of minors.

 
Santa Clara County Progressive : oral history transcript / and related material, 1964 and 1968.

Recollections of career in California State Assembly, 1909-1914; comments on Francis Heney, Chester Rowell and other Progressives; experiences in the LaFollette campaign of 1924. Copies of campaign literature and other documentary material appended. Photographs inserted. With this clippings, campaign materials,...

 
Santa Clara County Real Estate Records 1850-1952

Original documents for property ownership in Santa Clara County, California. The bulk of the records date from 1850-1906.

 
Santa Clara County Subdivision Maps 1930-1970

Large bound volumes of plat maps of subdivisions throughout Santa Clara County (Calif.).

 
Santa Clara County Wills 1849-1912

Index to and Santa Clara County Will Books A to C, E to P.

 
Santa Clara Interurban Railroad Company, a corporation, plaintiff, vs. the Board of Trustees of the town of Mayfield ... : typescript.S, 1905 Feb. 4-July 4.

Three legal documents (13 p.) in a case dealing with street railroads in Mayfield (later Palo Alto), Calif.

 
Santa Clara Land Papers

This collection contains 136 documents chiefly dealing with estates and land transactions in Santa Clara County, California, from 1850 to 1869; some notable estates represented in the collection are those of: Ygnacio Alviso, Anastacio Chavoya, Pablo de la Guerra, Jose...

Santa Clara University Archives ClaraVision Photograph Collection

ClaraVision, the Santa Clara University Archives digital photograph collection, includes photographs, postcards, and other graphic materials, that capture the rich visual history of Mission Santa Clara established in 1777, Santa Clara College founded in 1851, and the present-day Santa Clara...

Santa Clara University Archives Silicon Valley History Online Collection

The Santa Clara University Archives collection includes photographs, manuscripts, artifacts, maps, ephemera, and administrative records documenting Mission Santa Clara and Santa Clara University. The majority of images included in Silicon Valley History Online are photographs of student life, campus events,...

Santa Clara University Medals and Awards Collection

Santa Clara University Medals and Awards Collection consists of 57 medals and awards, including academic awards and prizes, organization pins, and commemorative medals dating from 1854-1989.

 
Santa Clara University Men's Football & Rugby Club Records

The Santa Clara University Men’s Football & Rugby Club Records, 1869-1993 (bulk 1929-1993), document the history of men’s football and rugby over a 120-year period and an 85-year period, respectively. The records consist of media guides, newspaper clippings, photographs, players...

 
Santa Clara University Records of the Catala Club

The Santa Clara University Records of the Catala Club, 1930-2012, document the history of the club, which was established by James J. Lyons, S.J. in the spring of 1930. The collection consists of meeting minutes, financial records, reports, and leadership...

 
Santa Clara University Scrapbook Collection

The Santa Clara University Scrapbook Collection, 1890-2014 (bulk 1902-1988), consists of ninety-six scrapbooks documenting more than a century of SCU history. Created by the university, students, faculty, and supporting organizations, the scrapbooks chronicle numerous aspects of university life, from descriptions...

Santa Clara Valley Interurbans

Photocopies of photographs, illustrations, and articles with additional text by Snyder, concerning the Peninsular Railway, the electric trolley that ran between San Jose and Palo Alto, California, passing through Stanford University.

 
Santa Clara Valley Local History Collection

The Santa Clara Valley Local History Collection, 1847-2006 (bulk 1890-1960) documents the history of the Santa Clara Valley after the arrival of European and overland settlers. The records consist of Chamber of Commerce publications promoting the Santa Clara Valley as...

 
Santa Clara views from the Kearsing-Diaz Peña family papers [graphic]

Santa Clara views: Walnut Ave., looking east (street, boardwalks, houses) -- Catholic church interior.

 
Santa Cruz : a peep into the past : interesting reminiscences of our early settlement : the early days of the village of Branciforte, 1876 July-1877 Aug.

A volume of mounted clippings (33 leaves) from the "Santa Cruz Local Item," July 1876 to August 1877, containing transcriptions of documents in the Santa Cruz County archives. Also included are clippings of a series, Santa Cruz Then and Now,...

 
Santa Cruz Big Trees Park souvenir photographs

Souvenir photographs of Santa Cruz Big Trees on one page from a photograph album, c. 1910s.

 
Santa Cruz Business and Professional Women's Club Records

This collection includes the business papers, correspondence, minutes, scrapbooks and artifacts of the Santa Cruz Business and Profewssional Women's Club.

 
Santa Cruz California Alcalde petitions and land grants, 1849.

For lots in the town of Santa Cruz; one to J.D. Stevenson.

 
[Santa Cruz Campus Plan materials].

Student papers and background materials for a class at the University of California, Santa Cruz entitled "Santa Cruz Campus Plan" and taught by Professors Reyner Banham and Virginia Jansen in 1986.

 
Santa Cruz County documents, 1816-1875.

Also includes certified copy by José Antonio Peña of enlistment papers of Manuel Leonor Moreno; letter from Juan Alvirez to the Alcalde of the villa de Branciforte; and, an affidavit of Annie E. Lake denying authorship and responsibility for the...

 
Santa Cruz County Documents Collection

This collection contains Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors record books and miscellaneous legal documents related to or created by Santa Cruz County government.

 
Santa Cruz County Telephone Directories

This is an incomplete collection of Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company directories for Santa Cruz County. Also included is one directory for Monterey and San Benito Counties and one "Special Directory" for Ben Lomond, Boulder Creek and Felton and one...

 
Santa Cruz County Theatre Collection

Actor and writer David Sheaffer's collection of documents and memorabilia related to theater in Santa Cruz County, California, especially the Bear Republic Theater.

 
Santa Cruz Island report

Santa Cruz Island report (SAFR 237, HDC 477) is an original report written and prepared by Carey Stanton of the Symmes and Associates Agricultural Engineers in 1922. The report describes the history, agriculture, topography, ranches, and harbors of the Santa...

 
Santa Cruz Portland Cement Co. Records

This collection contains two ledger books from the Santa Cruz Portland Cement Company and one folder of miscellaneous business papers from 1928-1930.

 
Santa Cruz Small Press Broadsides (Collection of)

This collection is comprised of small press literary broadsides created from the mid 1970s to early 1980s in Santa Cruz, California. The bulk were printed by Tom Maderos at Green Horse Press; select works were printed by Maderos at Hammer...

 
Santa Cruz Woman's Club Records

This collection contains scrapbooks, minutes, treasurer's report and yearbooks of the club.

Santa Fe Light Cone Simulation research project files

The project files consists of data in three broad categories: the simulation data ("Data at Redshift" components); analysis tools and example scripts (Data Processing Tools) for processing the data; and project administration and background documents (Historical Documents) related to the...

 
Santa Fe, New Mexico photograph album [graphic]

Sante Fe scenes including streets, the plaza and Palace of the Governors, religious processions (including Our Lady of Guadalupe), and a patriotic parade. Also includes San Miguel Church, military drills, Native American ceremonies with on-lookers, pueblo buildings, and portraits and...

 
Santa Fe, New Mexico views [graphic]

Views in Santa Fe, New Mexico including burros loaded with wood in the street, and the San Miguel Chapel.

 
Santa Fe Railway views [graphic]

Views of depots in San Francisco; Topeka, Kansas; and other unidentified locations; trains; interiors and exteriors of repair shops for locomotives; interiors of standard Pullman passenger and dining cars; etc.

Santa Fe Springs Historical Photograph Collection

Santa Fe Springs City Library's historical photograph collection includes items of historical interest dating from the 1880s through 1960. Images document commercial, residential, and public buildings; the oil industry that flourished in the area; the home and gardens that would...

 
Santa Fe Tertio-Millennial Celebration and Exposition ephemera, 1883.

Contains several items of ephemera related to the Santa Fe Tertio-Milllennial exposition of 1883: a horse racing program (May 26, 1883), five receipts of the Santa Fe Tertio Millennial Anniversary Association made out to by E.L. Bartlett for payments of...

 
Santa Inés Mission, Solvang, Calif. materials : ms., 1877-1878.

Archivo de la Mission de Santa Inez: Libros y Documentos Extractados por E.F. Murray para la Bancroft Library, 1877. The extracts are for the 1880's.

 
Santa María de Tlamacasapa habitantes peticiones : D, 1521-1556.

Petitions concerning land belonging to the Nahuatl community. With partial typed transcript.

 
Santa Margarita Water District records

Established in 1964, the Santa Margarita Water District (SMWD), serves Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, Coto de Caza, Las Flores, Ladera Ranch, Talega, and Rancho Mission Viejo in Orange County, California. The collection documents SMWD's research and services. It contains...

 
Santa Maria Buenavista and San Geronimo in Central Mexico (Haciendas) records

Copies of original sixteenth century documents reproduced at a later date for Don Aniceto Jose e Benavides.

Santa Monica Evening Outlook Newspaper

The collection contains digitized version of the newspaper Santa Monica Evening Outlook from 1875 to 1916.

Santa Monica Image Archives

The collection illustrates the history of the Santa Monica Bay Area from 1875 to the present day with historical photographs, slides, postcards and other visual records.

 
Santa Monica views related to Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Chambers [graphic].

Photos of Mr. and Mrs. Chambers in various settings in and around Santa Monica, Calif. Includes views of the couple at Minerva Treadwell's studio (artist?). Santa Monica scenes show the beach, parks, many homes (most identified), trolley car, gardens, nature...

 
Santa Paula (built 1932; passenger vessel) photograph

The Santa Paula (built 1932; passenger vessel) photograph, 1932-1958, (SAFR 24633, P15-006) is comprised of a photograph of the passenger and cargo ocean liner SANTA PAULA in the stream. The collection has been processed to the Collection level and is...

 
Santa Paula Business Advertising Ephemera

A collection of posters with business advertisements for Santa Paula business

 
Santa Paula Business and Professional Women's Club

A collection of membership rosters, annual reports

 
Santa Paula Businesses: Sales Slips

Sales slips used by 14 businesses in Santa Paula as examples

 
Santa Paula Cattle Brands

Prints of cattle brands used on ranches in Santa Paula

 
Santa Paula Citrus Fruit Assn.

Photographs from a promotional brochure of Santa Paula Citrus Association

 
Santa Paula City Ordinance

Collection of City Ordinances for businesses and residents, 1900. One set of typed and one setof handwritten originals (photo copies).

 
Santa Paula Creek Flood Control Project

Santa Paula Creek has regularly flooded over the years and these paper cover the project to control the flooding. The project was authorized in 1973

 
Santa Paula Creek Panel

A discussion about Santa Paula Creek with Ed Beach, Fred Stewart and Roy Wilson, Jr.

 
Santa Paula Downtown Improvement Design Report

The design report is a continuation and refinement of the community's conceptual design work and the city's vision statement

 
Santa Paula Downtown revitalization/Development Materials

Santa Paula was in the midst of redevelopment of the downtown area and this collection is a compilation of all the newspaper articles about the debate over what should be donw

 
Santa Paula Fire Department Collection

Materials donated by the fire department. Includes reports, minutes, news coverage of fires, organization papers, member lists

 
Santa Paula Garden Club

The Santa Paula Garden Club was one of the earliest womens' clubs. The collection contains their membership rosters and minutes of meetings

 
Santa Paula Garden Club Guest Book

Guest Book by attendees of the garden club

 
Santa Paula High School Material

3 items of the Santa Paula High school

 
Santa Paula Historical Society Scrapbooks

Two scrapbooks that cover the exhibits put on by the historical society.

 
Santa Paula List of Pioneer Families

Lists of Pioneer family names by date

 
Santa Paula Mining and Reduction Company

Collections consists of the original Articles of Incorporation of the mining company

 
Santa Paula Orange Association By-laws

By-Laws booklet adopted July 21, 1936

 
Santa Paula Post Card Collection

Postcards of Santa Paula

 
Santa Paula Promotional Brochures

Miscellaneous brochures promoting organizations and events in Santa Paula

 
Santa Paula Red Cross Roster

A roster of Red Cross Members and duties

 
Santa Paula Rodeo Programs

Two Programs of the First and Second Rodeos in Santa Paula

 
Santa Paula Savings and Loan By-laws

Typed bound document, with original board members signatures

 
Santa Paula Savings Bank Minutes

Santa Paula Savings Bank was formed in 1905, these are their first minutes

 
Santa Paula School District Papers

Collection of correspondence, reports, financial reports belonging to the Santa Paula School District

 
Santa Paula Walnut Association Papers

Financial papers belonging to the Santa paula Walnut Association

 
Santa Rosa Bank records : mss., 1873-1925.

Vols. 1-11: ledgers (depositors' accounts), 1873-1885, 1888-1891, 1896-1900, 1904-1905, 1907-1909; v. 12-15: general ledgers (bank's accounts), 1885-1888, 1896-1902, 1906-1911; v. 16-17: savings accounts, 1903-1904, 1925; v. 18: ledger, Ukiah Branch, 1873-1876.

 
Santa Rosa de Ures Silver Mining Co. papers : San Francisco, Guaymas, Hermosillo, and Santa Rosa de Ures, 1863-1865.

Letters and reports from the mine superintendent in Mexico, R.M. Deneen, to R. Wegener in San Francisco, concerning the problem of getting the mine into operation; also assay reports and correspondence.

 
Santa Susana Mountain Park Association Collection

The Santa Susana Mountain Park Association (SSMPA) was formed as a non-profit group in 1971 to preserve the Santa Susana Mountains and the Simi Valley Hills as open space during the rapid urban development of the Santa Clarita, Santa Clara,...

 
Sant'Angelo (Giorgio di) papers

Giorgio di Sant'Angelo (1933-1989) was an Italian-American fashion designer based in New York. His fashion design career began in the mid-1960s with textiles and accessories and as a stylist on magazine photo shoots. He started his own fashion line in...

 
Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala records, 1587-1601.

Contains 14 letters and documents relating to the appointment and tenure of Hernando (Fernando) de Polaco as Corregidor (mayor-judge) of the city of Santiago de Atitlán, Guatemala and its territories especially the town of Guazacapan. Includes orders and messages about...

 
Santiago "Jim" Meza / Campo Indian Reservation Papers

This collection contains papers of Santiago "Jim" Meza and the Campo Indian Reservation, including tribal administration and welfare, Meza's homestead land disputes, and personal papers of Meza and family.

 
Santiestevan (Henry)

Reports, memorandums, meeting minutes, pictures, invoices, grant proposals, press releases, newspaper clippings, notes, correspondence with prominent Mexican American civil rights and labor figures. Also contains various copies of Santiestevan’s resumes, work applications, writings for magazines, journal articles, and letters of...

 
Santo family papers, circa 1742-1915.

Correspondence and papers of several generations of a family from Guanajuato, Mexico, relating to mines, farming, church affairs, etc.

 
Santo Tomas Internment Camp (Manila, Philippines) Internee Executive Committee issuances

Memoranda, notices, and administrative orders, relating to living conditions in the camp.

 
Santo Tomas Internment Camp typescript

Relates to living conditions in the Japanese prison camp for American and other civilian internees at Santo Tomás, Philippines. Prepared by released prisoners for the United States Department of State.

 
Santos (Edward J.) Papers

The collection offers a glimpse into the world of a maritime organizer's life during the late 1940s. The bulk of the material spans from 1940 to 1950. Possibly the most valuable portion of the collection can be found in the...

 
Santos M. (Herard von) interviews

Digital sound recordings and transcripts of interviews of former Salvadoran military officers and guerrillas, relating to guerrilla warfare and counterinsurgency operations in El Salvador in the 1970s and 1980s.

 
Santos (Paulino) diary excerpts

Relates to the Japanese occupation of the Philippines, January 1 to August 26, 1942.

 
Santovenia y Echaide (Emeterio Santiago) printed writings

Relates to the history of Cuba and the United States and their leaders. Published in Diario las Americas and in Journal of Inter-American Studies.

 
Sao Tome and Principe subject collection

Electronic bulletins, pamphlets, statutes, circulars, and other printed matter, relating to political, social and economic conditions in Sao Tome and Principe, and to establishment of its independence.

 
Sapiro (Gael) Papers

The Gael Sapiro papers contain materials related to her involvement with women's music in the 1970s, and her anti-violence work and political activism in the 1980s.

 
Sapon'ko (Angel O.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, essays, studies, articles, notes, clippings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Christianity, disarmament, pacifism, religion and science, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, fascism, world politics, Russians in foreign countries, and the Russian Orthodox Church. Includes papers of...

 
Sara Bard Field letters to Amy Requa Long, 1929-1935 and undated.

Sara Bard Field letters to Amy Requa Long, BANC MSS C-H 165, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Sara Bard Field papers, 1927-1956.

Include a letter to Helen Meiklejohn, Jan. 9, l956; a holograph poem, Preparation; and page from her diary, July 27, l927, mentioning Alexander Meiklejohn.

 
Sara Cogan research files, 1969-1980.

The collection consists of research materials Sara Cogan gathered during her work on the three bibliographies that she published for the Western Jewish History Center: "Pioneer Jews of the California Mother Lode, 1849-1880" (1968); "The Jews of San Francisco and...

 
Sara Prager Brenner papers, 1923-1981.

The collections consists of three folders: two folders contain a memoir by Sara Brenner describing her experiences growing up in Austrian Galicia, World War I, and her emigration to Canada and the U.S. The third folder contains eight photographs of...

 
Sarah Bernhardt facsimile, 1906

Facsimile announcement from the Cercle Francais of Harvard University , 1906, with pencilled annotation: Bruce Rogers , 1918. [Printers]. Deaccession?

 
Sarah Bernhardt in 'Phedre', Hearst's Greek Theatre panoramic photograph, 1906 May 17

One black and white panoramic photograph. Found in misc. mss map drawer. Tear in middle. Map cabinet 20/6. Alpha list.

 
Sarah Bradley Merrill Drinkwater family correspondence, 1843-1868.

Letters while on trip to California, 1865-66, to family in Maine, and letters from her husband, Captain Leoline Howell Drinkwater, included. Included are letters concerning a voyage to, and short stay in California, 1865-1866.

 
Sarah M. Cool papers, 1883-1913.

Include letter from an eastern friend, letter from Mrs. Cool to her brother concerning her life in Los Angeles, statement relating to ownership of property there, and papers relating to the settlement of her estate.

 
Sarah Reed Thompson commonplace book : A.Ms.S, 187-?

Primarily compositions written while attending Girls' High School, San Francisco.

 
Sarah Royce reminiscences : ms., 1884-1886.

Written between 1884 and 1886 at the request of her son Josiah Royce; based on her "Pilgrimage Diary." Published in 1932, with some textual differences, as A Frontier Lady.

 
Sarah Spiegelman graduation album, 1914-1915.

Decorative album for graduation (1914) that contains notes and autographs, photographs, and a list of graduation presents.

 
Sarah Treat Child correspondence, [ca.1885-1920].

Primarily correspondence with husband-to-be George R. Child and with friends relating to courtship; social life; her teaching career in Snelling, Antioch, and at the Durant School in Oakland; her travels, etc. Included also: some George Child correspondence (family and business).

 
Saratoga Foothill Club Julia Morgan Blueprints

Blueprints and specifications of masonry, millwork, carpentry, plumbing, and electrical Work, for the "Saratoga Foothill Club House," July 1915. Designed by architect Julia Morgan

 
Saratoga Horticultural Research Foundation Collection

The Saratoga Horticultural Research Foundation Collection is the organizational and research records of an association of California horticulturalists active from 1952 to 2006. The Foundation's goal was to improve and enrich western ornamental horticulture through the promotion of shade trees,...

 
Saratsola (Osvaldo) cinema of Uruguay collection

Research material on cinema and theaters of Uruguay from the collection of film historian and author Osvaldo Saratsola.

 
Sargent (Clyde Bailey) letter extracts

Relates to the Sino-Japanese War, social conditions in China and conditions in North Korea in 1947

 
Sargent (Shirley) Papers

This collection contains some fifty of Shirley Sargent's published and unpublished book drafts as well as correspondence, primarily to and from her editors....

 
Sarich (Vincent) Papers

Papers of anthropologist Vincent Sarich dating from approximately 1979 to 1999.

 
Sarita (bark) bill of lading

Sarita (bark) bill of lading (SAFR 245, HDC 444) is comprised of one bill of lading for 30 barrels of brandy (607 gallons) brought to San Francisco by the bark SARITA of Columbia, Central America, signed by Master Charles Sutton...

 
Sarles (Ruth) typescript

Relates to the America First Committee, isolationist lobby in the United States during World War II

 
Sarlos (Robert K.) Papers

Books, clippings, correspondence, drawings, manuscripts, microforms, photographs, programs, published material, realia, serials, scripts, and research material resulting in Sarlos’ Jig Cook and the Provincetown Players (1982); also includes items documenting Sarlos’ attempt to reconstruct the Luzern Passion Play; notes and...

 
Sarnat (Bernard G.) papers

Bernard G. Sarnat was a UCLA professor in both the School of Dentistry and the School of Medicine, the chief of surgery at Cedars-Sinai, and a widely-published scientific researcher. Items in the collection include correspondence, copies of publications, surgery photos,...

 
Sarna-Wojcicki (Matthew) Cycling Periodicals Collection

Collection of periodicals that focus on bicycles and cycling. Titles include: Velo-News, Winning, Berkeley Bike Club Newsletter/Pneusletter, Cycle, Cycling USA, NCNCA (Northern California/Nevada Cycling Association) Newsletter, and NORBA News: official publication of the National Off-Road Bicycle Association.

 
Saroyan (Aram) Papers

Aram Saroyan (1943- ) was a author, publisher, and editor of poetry magazine (1964-65). He also contributed poetry and prose to the , , and . The collection consists of correspondence and manuscripts sent to Aram Saroyan while he was...

 
Saroyan (William) Correspondence with Goldie Weisberg

The collection consists of 55 letters from Saroyan totaling 153 pages and 36 letters and cards from Weisberg. The letters are intensely literary and show a side of Saroyan that becomes virtually invisible to documentation after his popular success in...

 
Saroyan, William Correspondence with Norman E. Tanis, Director of University Libraries, California State University, Northridge, [1977-1981]

Re negotiations for publication of Two Short Paris Summertime Plays, by the Library, in a limited edition.

 
Saroyan, William Letters to Sanora Babb, 1932-1941.

34 letters written primarily between 1932 and 1934, to another young author. Comments on his current writing, his background, theories of writing, other authors, etc. Letter (Apr. 4, 1932) contains five unpublished poems.

 
Saroyan (William) Notebooks

1568 notebook leaves documenting chiefly the apprenticeship and early success of Saroyan. The great bulk of the entries are notes on, ideas for or titles of short stories, bracketed by resolutions, observations, and, less frequently, personal data on how much...

 
Saroyan (William) Papers

Manuscripts, correspondence, journals, drawings, scrapbooks, clippings, financial and legal records, his personal typewriter, and ephemera.

 
Saroyan, William Photographs from the William Saroyan papers [graphic].

Includes formal portraits depicting Saroyan throughout his career. Also includes a photograph album and other snapshots depicting Saroyan from early childhood, as well his immediate and extended family; snapshots of Saroyan with various friends; reproductions of art work by Saroyan;...

 
Sarria (José) Papers

The José Sarria Papers include biographical material, correspondence, photographs, ephemera, artifacts and costumes documenting his career as an entertainer and activist in San Francisco over more than half a century.

 
Sarris (Frank J) Personal Papers

Frank Sarris served as a pilot in the United States Navy during both WWII (Pacific) and the Korean Conflict. He retired as a U.S. Navy LCDR in 1964, after spending 25 years in the service.

 
Sarthou family correspondence

The materials consist primarily of correspondence between various Sarthou family members as well as various friends and associates. Also includes a few photographs, negatives, receipts, and other documents....

 
Sarton (May) Collection

May Sarton, 1912-1995, was a writer best known for her published personal journals, including Journal of a Solitude; she also published several acclaimed novels and volumes of poetry. This collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, articles, clippings, photographs, and ephemera relating to...

 
Sasaki (Fuju) Papers

The Fuju Sasaki Papers contain materials related to the Japanese and Japanese American migration to Seabrook Farms in New Jersey at the end of World War Two and their post-war daily life at Seabrook Farms. These materials were collected by...

 
Sastre (Alfonso) Papers

Early manuscripts of the Spanish playwright. Among the ca. 40 manuscripts of his dramatic works are included "Prólogo patético", "Escuadra hacia la muerte", "El Cuervo", "La taberna fantástica", and "Tragedia fantástica de la gitana Celestina". The collection also includes manuscripts...

 
Satir (Virginia) Collection

Extensive collection of personal and professional manuscript materials, organizational records, and audiovisual materials from noted family therapist Virginia Satir.

 
Satirical poems.

Binder's title.

 
Sato (Dale Ann), Collection

The Dale Ann Sato Collection documents the progression of research and preparation for four projects to which oral historian and educator Dale Ann Sato contributed. Initial research and interviews were recorded for community Nisei oral histories, which led to...

 
Satorn (Pinyo) collection

Printed matter, relating to education in Thailand. Published by the Thai Ministry of Education

 
Saturday Club Collection, 1893-1946.

The Saturday Club was organized in 1893 to promote the advancement of music in Sacramento. It was active in bringing well-known musicians to Sacramento to perform. It has continued its activities to the present day.

 
Saturday Club Records

Correspondence, constitution, by-laws, regulations, membership lists, musical programs....

 
Saturday Evening Post Covers Collection

The collection consists of Saturday Evening Post covers from the late 1940's to the late 1960's, newspaper clippings about Norman Rockwell, and two scrapbooks containing Saturday Evening Post covers by Norman Rockwell. The majority of the covers are by Norman...

 
Saturday Musical Club Programs

Three bound scrapbooks comprising 486 recital programs from Dec. 9, 1893 through Mar. 23, 1922, and other documents relating to the Club. 545 Organized 1893 in Sacramento, Calif....

 
Saubel (Robert) Papers

Documentation pertaining to the military life of Robert Saubel (Cahuilla). Saubel served in the United States Marine Corps and fought against Japanese forces on Saipan during World War II. Collected between 1939-65.

 
Saudi Arabia Oil Photograph collection, circa 1936-1939

199 black and white snapshots from a disbound album, captions in English on the back of many photographs, taken by an unidentified American involved in developing the early oil industry in Saudi Arabia at a time when U.S. interests, particularly...

 
Saudi Arabia. Wizarat al-I'lam issuances

Brochures, slides, and a video tape, relating to the government, economy, transportation system, and culture of Saudi Arabia, and to King Fahd of Saudi Arabia. Includes issuances of the Ministry of Communications.

 
Saudi Arabia. Wizarat al-Ma'arif

Reports and serial issues, relating to education in Saudi Arabia.

 
Sauer (Carl Ortwin) Research Notebooks, 1930-1955

Research notebooks of American geographer Carl Orwin Sauer, consisting of copies of documents from a range of Mexican and Spanish archives (dating from circa 1525 to 1802) relating to Sauer's research interests in Mexico and Latin America.

 
Sauer (Wolfgang W.) Papers

Writings, correspondence, notes, curricular material, and printed matter, relating to the history and culture of Germany, German intellectual history, twentieth century German political history, the revolution of November 1918 in Germany, the relationship between President Friedrich Ebert and General Wilhelm...

 
Saul White papers, 1931-1983.

Collection consists of correspondence, including letters of Louis Lurie and Rabbi Stephen S. Wise; benedictions, invocations, and eulogies; family-related information; photographs; congregational programs and announcements; newspaper clippings; scrapbook materials; and Rabbi White's columns for the San Francisco Jewish Bulletin.

 
Saunders (Charles Francis) and Mira Culin Saunders Collection of Photographs and Negatives

The Charles Francis and Mira Culin Saunders Collection of Photographs and Negatives consists of 5826 black and white photographs, 68 glass plate negatives, 3832 film negatives, 10 photographs albums, 261 lantern slides, and related ephemera, ca. 1871-1965 (bulk 1910s-1920s), collected...

 
Saunders (John B.deC.M.) Papers

The John Bertrand deCusance Morant Saunders papers include correspondence (personal and UCSF), manuscripts, lectures and speeches; UCSF Committee materials; reference and subject files; files relating to associations, foundations and hospitals; transcript copies of his oral history interview, and materials associated...

 
Saunders (Judith) papers

Judith Saunders was a registered nurse and advocate for gay and lesbian rights. This collection contains materials that document Judith Saunder's research and work as a registered nurse, as well as her involvement in LGBT organizations. Included are newsletters, organizational...

 
Saunders (Russell M.) film collection

The Russell M. Saunders film collection consists of slides, 16mm and 8mm films of performers at Muscle Beach in Santa Monica and other acrobatic, gymnastic and/or athletic acts in a variety of locations. Most of the films show men, women...

Saunier (Veronique) "Still Lives" collection

"Still Lives," an exhibit of 70 paintings and drawings by 18 Vietnamese, explores the trials and slim joys of daily life in Hong Kong's detention camps, where boat people await word whether they will be given asylum or be forcibly...

 
Sauter and Lockard drawings of City Hall

The Sauter and Lockard drawings of City Hall span 3 linear feet and date circa 1922. The collection consists of six architectural drawings in the form of reprographic copies. Drawings include: plot plan, floor plans, details, sections, and a heating...

 
Sautter (Abraham E.) Papers

The collection, spanning the years from 1800-1830, has been divided into four parts: outgoing and incoming correspondence to and from Abraham Emmanuel Sautter; accounts and invoices related directly to AE Sautter and Sautter Freres; correspondence and accounts to or from...

 
Savage, C. R. (Charles Roscoe) Photographs of Salt Lake City [graphic]

Views show Salt Lake City, the interior and exterior of the Mormon Tabernacle, Gardo House, the Assembly Hall, and the Lion and Bee Hive houses.

 
Savage, C. R. (Charles Roscoe) Photographs of Salt Lake City [graphic] : additions,

The Pavilion, Garfield Beach -- Wasatch Mountains from Anderson's Tower -- The Old White House, built by President Young.

Savage (Florence Grace) photographs

Photographs of Stanford students and campus scenes including Memorial Church, quad views, campus entrance gates, Roble Hall, the Stanford Mausoleum, campus roads, reservoir on the former Peter Coutts estate, Encina Hall residents, football team, women's basketball team, student excursions off-campus,...

 
Savage (George W.) Papers

George Walden Savage (1903-1961) was a journalist and newspaper publisher for various newspapers around the Owens valley in California. He also served as secretary of the highway commission (1948-49), was a member of the Governor's Public Information Committee (1959-60) and...

 
Savage (Harry King), "My Education" Typescript

The essay discusses his education in Montrose County, Colorado; a business college in Sedalia, Missouri; Colorado University; and finally Stanford, where one of his classes was William James' course on philosophy.

 
Savage (Hiram N.) papers

Reports, papers, maps and photographs covering early U.S. Reclamation Service projects and water resources development projects throughout San Diego County....

 
Savage (Hiram N.) Photographs

Photographs covering early U.S. Reclamation Service projects and water resources development projects throughout San Diego County.

 
Savage Mining Company records, 1864-1880.

Consists of receipts and accounts of the Savage Mining Co. Also includes two outgoing letters.

 
Savage Mining Company report and vouchers, 1876-1898

(Virginia, Nevada). Daily report and vouchers, 1876-1898. .05 linear feet (1 folder).

 
Savage (W. Sherman) Collection

This collection contains the papers of American history professor W. Sherman Savage (1890-1980), dating from the 1950s to 1981 and concerning his writing and research on African American history, especially in the California and trans-Mississippi West, his retirement from Lincoln...

 
Savage-Armstrong Family Papers

Papers and bound manuscripts of poet and scholar George Francis Savage-Armstrong and his family, including commonplace books, notebooks, military papers, photograph albums, watercolors, and other items.

 
Save San Francisco Bay Association, 1961-1986 : oral history transcript /

Introduction by Harold Gilliam; Afterword: "My role in the creation of Bay Conservation and Development Commission" by Mel Scott; interviews with: Barry Bunshoft, Esther Gulick, Catherine Kerr, and Sylvia McLaughlin.

 
Save San Francisco Bay Association Records

The records of the Save the San Francisco Bay Association document the work of the organization committed to preserving the San Francisco Bay as a natural resource. Based in Berkeley, California, the association was founded in 1961 by Esther Gulick,...

 
Save Talmadge Canyon Committee Records

The collection includes correspondence, research notes, clippings, articles, public hearing documents, and the committee's final Environmental Impact Report....

 
Save the American River Association Records

Collection contains articles, congressional bills, correspondence, minutes, newsletters, news clippings, publications, reports, research notes, petitions, testimonies, and written statements compiled by the Save the American River Association.

Save the Pigeons at the Plaza 1948: San Diego Citizens' and Visitors' Communications to City Council (now Horton Plaza Park)

Supporters of the pigeons in downtown San Diego's Plaza handwritten objections sent to the City Council in 1948 and 1949 regarding the City's proposal to rid the Plaza (across from the U.S. Grant Hotel; since named Horton Plaza Park) of...

 
Save the Redwoods League photograph collection [graphic].

Bulk of collection is of redwood trees, forests and parks in coastal Northern California. Also includes California governors Edmund G. Brown and Ronald Reagan, logging, and posters that relate the age of redwood trees to events in history.

 
Save the Redwoods League Records

The Save the Redwoods League records document the organization’s work to preserve redwood trees, and its role in the development and protection of state and national parks in California. The bulk of the collection covers the tenures of League executive...

 
Save-the-Redwoods League Semicentennial ceremony, June 15-16, 1968, Humboldt County, California : typescript, 1968.

Corrected typed transcript of tape-recorded proceedings at dedication of redwood groves, Pepperwood Flat, honoring Newton B. Drury, Thomas A. Greig and Norton R. Cowden, and at a banquet at Eureka Inn. Comments by Ralph W. Chaney, Horace M. Albright, Newton...

 
Savez Zemljoradnika leaflet

Relates to the political program of the party.

 
Savich (N. V.) memoir

Relates to the Russian war program for 1917

 
Savin (Petr Panteleimonovich) papers

Photocopy of writing, entitled Gibel' Generala Millera, relating to the death of the White Russian leader, E. K. Miller; and correspondence and printed matter, relating to the writing and to Russian émigré anti-communist activities, 1917-1968.

 
Saving Mount Diablo : oral history collection : an oral history of the founders of Save Mount Diablo and those who came after / 2007.

Interviews with Art Bonwell, Margaret Kovar, Robert Doyle, Susan J. Watson, Seth M. Adams conducted by Walters; interview with Genevieve and Bill Sattler by Annie Whittey; celebration of the life of Mary Bowerman by Susan Watson.

 
Saving Stamps

Samples of S & H Green stamps and Blue Chip stamps

 
Savings and Loan Dept. Records

The records of the Department of Savings and Loan consist of 23 cubic feet of textual records and are divided into two subgroups: the records of the San Francisco Office and the records of the Los Angeles Office.

 
Savings and Loan Society Records

Records of the Society....

 
Savings Stamps Collection

S & H Green Stamps and Blue Chip Stamps in completely and partially filled books; also unfilled books.

 
Savinkov (Boris Viktorovich) writings

Letter to Baron Petr Vrangel', White Russian military commander, 1920, relating to White Russian military activities; and translation of the testimony of B. Savinkov at his trial for counterrevolutionary activities, 1924. Also available on microfilm (1 reel).

 
Savintsev (Lieutenant) diary

Relates to the Russian Civil War in Siberia, 1920 August-1921 January.

 
Savvides (Michael) Papers

Contains passports, news clippings, letters, notes and audio cassettes pertaining to Michael Savvides, former editor of the Greek Tribune and long-time activist in Cyprus affairs....

 
Sawaji Misawa letters to friends in California and Japan, 1947-1956.

Mainly thank-you notes, addressed to Miss Emily Turner, her mother and her sister, Evelyn (Turner) Buel. Letter from nephew telling of Miss Misawa's death included.

 
Sawtelle (Eugene W.) Papers

Correspondence, Charles Couvillaud receipts and checks, diaries, scrapbooks of Emma and Mary McKinsey....

 
Sawyer (Charles H.) Papers

Charles Henry Sawyer (1915- ) was a professor of anatomy at Duke University and at the UCLA School of Medicine (1951-85) where he served as chairman of the department (1955-63). His research interests included neuroendocrinology of reproduction, nervous control of...

 
Sawyer (Cliff & Lou) papers

The Cliff and Lou Sawyer papers span 13 linear feet and date from circa 1930 to circa 1979. The collection is primarily composed of architectural drawings and reprographic copies of restaurants designed by the Sawyers as well as project notes,...

 
Sawyer (E. W. ) Papers re: Land Ooffered to Stanford University

Collection pertains to 125 acres owned by Sawyer in Siskiyou County and includes maps, tax and water records, Sawyer's letter to Mrs. Esther Wooden regarding Ernest Rich's visit to Siskiyou (1962), and a report from a conference regarding possible research...

 
Sawyer (F. Allen) "Lavender Lockeroom" Collection

The collection contains the script, publicity materials, and press coverage for "Lavender Lockeroom," a play by F. Allen Sawyer. It also includes videorecordings of two performances presented by the Hot Pants Homo Players and Theatre Rhinceros in May and October...

 
Sawyer, H. C. (Herbert Carleton) Correspondence, 1882 May 19-1885 May 17.

Correspondence covers a period from May 19, 1882 through Aug. 1882 where author describes his army life. Assigned, at first, to Alcatraz Island; then to the St. Helena area where he visited several camps around St. Helena, Clear Lake, Cloverdale;...

 
Sawyer (James H.) Papers

The collection primarily contains Civil War correspondence and diaries of James H. Sawyer, a soldier in the Connecticut Infantry, 18th Regiment (Vol.), Co. B [for information relating to the 18th, see: William Carey Walker, (1885)]....

 
Sawyer (John B.) Photograph Collection

John B. Sawyer was American Vice Consul in Shanghai, China, from 1921 to 1938. The collection consists of photographs Sawyer took of China while stationed in Shanghai.

 
Sawyer (Preston) Collection

This collection includes correspondence, postcard collections, postmark (opening day and final day) collections, historical photographs of Santa Cruz area and the 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, photo albums and scrapbooks of the early film stars and movie...

 
Saxby (Sheila McDorney) papers

Memoir and printed matter relating to Eric Hoffer. Also includes photocopy (apparently only extant copy) of the original draft version of the book by Hoffer, (New York, 1979).

 
Saxe, John Scrapbook

Includes newspaper articles, clippings, poems, sketches

 
Saxon (A.H.) Papers

Draft typescript of The Life and Art of Andrew Ducrow and the Romantic Age of the English Circus by A.H. Saxon, with accompanying material.

 
Saxon (Olin Glenn) papers

Correspondence, election campaign literature and memorabilia, other printed matter, personal documents, and photographs, relating mainly to Republican Party politics and especially to the presidential campaigns of 1936 and 1940.

 
Saxon (William Carl) Diaries

Journals, 1971-1992, of William Carl Saxon (1954-1992). The entries are primarily of a psychological nature, and chronicle his relationships with his family, friends, and his long-time partner, William John "Billy" Lorenz, and, from July 1990, the emotional effects of his...

 
Saxton (Alexander) Papers

Alexander Plaisted Saxton (b.1919) taught at UC Berkeley and Wayne State University before joining the Department of History at UCLA in 1968. His writings include (1943), (1948), (1958), (1970), and (1971). The collection consists of manuscripts, correspondence, notes, and clippings...

 
Sayamontry (Chantha N.) writings

Letters and press releases, relating to post-1975 political conditions in Laos. Includes photocopy of a letter from L. Desaix Anderson, director, Office of Vietnam, Laos and Kampuchea Affairs, United States Department of State, to C. N. Sayamontry, relating to American...

 
Sayers (Frances C.) papers

Frances Clarke Sayers (1897-1989) was a lecturer on children's literature at UCLA (1954-65). She won the Joseph W. Lippincott Award for distinguished service in the profession of librarianship (1965), and the Clarence Day Award (1966) for . The collection consists...

 
Saylor (John Galen) papers

Speeches and writings, correspondence, instructional materials, reports, conference papers, reprints, and other printed matter, relating to elementary and secondary school curriculum development, and other aspects of education, primarily in the United States.

 
Sayre (Lynda Y.) processed item

Relates to person-to-person contacts between Americans and citizens of the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia.

 
Sazman-i Mujahidin-i Khalq issuances

Pamphlets, booklets, serial issues, press releases, and video tapes, relating to the incidence of torture and other violations of human rights by the Islamic fundamentalist regime in Iran, and to Iranian political opposition to the regime.

 
Sazonov (Sergei Dmitrievich) Papers

Clippings, correspondence, and writings relating to Russian political and foreign affairs in 1909-1917, Russian involvement in World War I, and the career of Sergeĭ Dmitrievich Sazonov as Russian foreign minister

 
S.B. Show papers, 1921-1956.

Includes notes and manuscripts of his writings relating mainly to Show's career as a forester for the U.S. Forest Service and forest fire control in California, some written in cooperation with R.W. Ayres. Manuscripts are arranged alphabetically in boxes 1-3....

 
Scaff (Alvin H.) Papers

Memoranda, reports, diaries, photographs, and printed matter, relating to the communist movement in the Philippines, and to Japanese prison camps in the Philippines during World War II. Used as research material for the book by A. H. Scaff, (1955)

 
Scalapino (Leslie) Papers

Papers of Leslie Scalapino, Bay Area poet, scholar, experimental prose writer and founding editor of O Books, an Oakland, California publisher. The collection contains correspondence with other prominent poets and writers, typescripts of published and unpublished literary works, and talks...

Scali (John A.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1971-1973

John Scali's responsibilities as Special Assistant to the President included advising on communications policy relating to foreign affairs. The files include documentation of campaigns, foreign policy, and defense advice.

 
Scamman (Henry) Papers

This collection contains papers of prominent Northern California banker Henry Scamman (1831-1893), who had investments in mining, real estate, shipping, and wheat ranching. Materials include financial records; correspondence, including letters from the early 1890s detailing Scamman's discovery of an employee's...

 
Scammon (Captain Charles) records

Captain Charles Scammon records (SAFR 17257, HDC 340) contain Scammon's private journal (a typescript and a carbon copy) written between 1865 and 1866 while leading an expedition to Alaska and Siberia on behalf of the Treasury Department and Western Union...

 
Scammon, Charles Melville Letters to Otis Kimball, 1849-1852.

Description of voyage, as master of the Sarah Moers, from Maine, around the Horn, to San Francisco, and record of commercial transactions (including buying, selling and outfitting ships) in San Francisco and coastal voyages to Oregon and Chile.

 
Scandinavian Airlines System passenger list

Passenger list of a flight from Rome to Munich, 1950 July 1, including the names of members of the family of Bruno Pontecorvo, British atomic scientist who defected to the Soviet Union. Photocopy.

 
Scanlan family papers, 1853-1916, 1981.

Letters from Ann and Dominick Scanlan to Michael J. Scanlan and other members of the family; deed and mortgage for portion of Rancho El Pinole, Contra Costa County, 1870; obituaries for members of the Scanlan and O'Neill families; and notes...

 
Scaparone family papers, 1671-1933.

Include three letters, 1915-1927, to Mary Cloys Scaparone, from American actor and film star Bruce McRae, with related clippings, documenting his work on the stage and in the movies; letters to Dr. Gian Giacomo Scaparone from Italian diplomat Ferdinando Daneo...

 
Scapini (Georges) Papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, writings, legal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to French politics, French prisoners of war in Germany during World War II, and the trial of Georges Scapini as a Nazi collaborator, 1952

 
Scarf (Maggie) notes

Notes on interviews with Israeli political leaders, including Prime Minister Menahem Begin and former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, relating to prospects for a Middle East peace settlement. Photocopy.

 
Scarpone (Chris) Photographs

Head and full-body photographic portraits of Chris Scarpone, October 1968.

 
Scenery of the Yellowstone National Park [graphic]

Photographs show scenery at Yellowstone, a Chinese laundry, Minerva Terrace, Mammoth Hot Springs, geysers, craters, etc.

 
Scenes along the Manitou and Pike's Peak cog-wheel railway [graphic] /

Images include view of the town of Manitou, Colorado, the cog-wheel railway engine and car, railway staff, scenes along the route to Pike's Peak, the half-way house on the route, and views at the summit. Also present is a view...

 
Scenes along the Mill Valley and Mt. Tamalpais Railway [graphic]

Photos captioned: Just over the trestle in the Blue Cut, before coming to the Loops -- Marsh's crossing, Corte Madera Avenue.

 
Scenes from Arizona and New Mexico [graphic]

Includes snapshots showing Moqui and Navajo Indians, cliff dwellings, Indian petroglyphs etc.

 
Scenes from Bodie, Calif. [graphic]

Photographs of Bodie, Calif. (ca. 1927) show various town scenes including a church, bank, and mill. Also two unidentified cartes de visite portraits taken in Bodie by Kemp and Coleman.

 
Scenes from California and Western states [graphic]

Views of California show missions, Los Angeles, San Francisco, hotels in various cities, Wawona and Yosemite, Monterey area scenes, etc. Colorado scenes show the Garden of the Gods and other scenery. Views of Salt Lake City are also included. Some...

 
"Scenes from California" Photograph Album

Four albumen prints, including one of Santa Barbara Mission, in a handmade soft leather album entitled "Scenes from California" and dated 1888. Also, images of Helmet Rock (California coast); Soda Spring, Shasta; and oak trees (with elderly man seated), El...

 
Scenes from California towns [graphic] /

Street scenes, historic sites, scenic attractions, and residences, mostly in Los Angeles and San Francisco, but many other California towns are included as well, such as: Dunsmuir, San Diego and vicinity, San Jose, Monterey, Pasadena, Riverside, and others.

 
Scenes from Chinatown, San Francisco, Calif. [graphic]

Contains a view of a crowded marketplace (possibly San Francisco Chinatown) and an interior of a shop in Chinatown. Also included is a printed leaflet about Winkler by the Chicago Society of Etchers.

 
Scenes from early American life [graphic]

Contains scenes of early American life showing Indians, settlers and their cabins, bison hunting, goldmining, etc.; depictions of towns and settlements, including Salt Lake City (Utah), Galveston and St. Antonio (Texas), and Nauvoo (Illinois); and views along Mississippi, Missouri, and...

 
Scenes from Humboldt County, California [graphic]

One original panorama of the village of Scotia, and 1 copy photo "Society belles and dog, Scotia, 1900;" 2 copy photos of Pacific Lumber Company passenger train, Humboldt County, one of them by Pillsbury Picture Company.

 
Scenes from La Decena Trágica and other events of the Mexican Revolution [graphic].

Chiefly real photograph postcards of scenes taken during the aftermath of the events of La Decena Trágica in Mexico City. Views include soldiers, ruined buildings, and street scenes. Also includes scenes of other events pertaining to the Mexican Revolution, and...

 
Scenes from Prang's Series of California views [graphic].

The Domes of the Yosemite Valley, 1873 -- Santa Cruz Mountains, Monterey Bay, 1874.

 
Scenes from the American Southwest [graphic]

Drawings depict a snow scene at the Grand Canyon, a pueblo near the Taos River, and a man on horseback.

 
 
Scenes in Peru [graphic]

Views depict: a church in Pisco, houses seen from the sea (Islay Province), and an embarquement with sailships (Chincha Islands?).

 
Scenes of Los Angeles County and vicinity [graphic]

Views show various scenes at Arroyo Seco (including Commodore Sweitzer at Sweitzer's Camp and guests), San Fernando Mission, San Antonio Canyon, the beach at Lugonia, fishermen at Santa Catalina Island, San Pedro harbor, Camulos Ranch, Sawpit Canyon, San Gabriel Canyon,...

 
Scenes of Rancho San Antonio photographed for Northern California land cases [graphic] /

Landscape scenes of Rancho San Antonio (Alameda and Contra Costa counties, Calif.), for land settlement case. Most views are in the vicinity of El Cerrito, Calif. Captions indicate that views were for use in case "No. 100: United States District...

 
Scenes of the Hermanos Penitentes, New Mexico [graphic].

Scenes of penitent activity of members of Hermanos Penitentes, or the Penitente Brotherhood, in New Mexico. Also depicted are penitent crosses and adobe structures (moradas?). Taken from a distance, with majority of images depicting penitentes bearing crosses in outdoor desert...

 
Scenic Places in Japan Album (Nihon Meisho Shashin-Cho)

This is a small cord-tied album in Japanese dated Showa 11 (1936) on cover, (cover also notes "made in Japan" in English). The Japanese title is or "Photograph Album of Scenic/Noted Places in Japan." The album contains 26 views of...

 
Scenic Railways, Inc. Records

This collection includes selected business records and other documentation for Scenic Railways, Inc., operator of two excursion railroads, the Tahoe, Trout Creek & Pacific Railroad, and the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad.

 
Schacher (Susan) Plant Closures Project Collection

This collection documents the activities of the Plant Closures Project (PCP). Consists of organizational records dated from 1981 to 1991, the bulk from 1982-1989, including budget, planning and reorganization documents, minutes, funding requests, reports, newsletters, impact statistics, steering committee leadership...

 
Schacht (Henry M.) Papers

Henry M. Schacht (1916- ) served as the Farm Reporter columnist for the (1959-1993) and Vice President and Corporate Secretary of California Canners and Growers (1965-1981). His papers contain correspondence, manuscripts, serials, clippings, and promotional materials relating Schacht's work as...

 
Schacht (Henry Mavis) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to international trade negotiations and American agriculture.

 
Schacht (Hjalmar Horace Greeley) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, autographed book, newsletter, photograph, and clippings, relating to the career and economic views of H. Schacht.

 
Schad (Jasper) Photographs of California Mission Restoration

This is a collection of photographs of 11 California missions and their grounds, taken during a restoration period from the late 1940s to the mid-1950s. Notable missions that are depicted include San Fernando Rey de España, San Luis Rey de...

 
Schaechter (Kurt Werner) Collection

Acquired in 2007, the Kurt Werner Schaechter Collection in the Hoover Institution Archives consists primarily of photocopies made by Schaechter of documents from French state archives. These copies relate to the role played by the Vichy France government in the...

 
Schaefer (George) Papers

George Schaefer (1920-1991) was a producer and director for television, film, and theatre productions. The collection consists of correspondence, production files, and scrapbooks related to Schaefer's career, particularly his work with television's Hallmark Hall of Fame.

 
Schaefer (Herbert) Personal Papers

Herbert Schaefer worked at the Army Ballistic Missile Agency (ABMA) as an aerospace engineer. He joined NASA and finalized his divorce in 1960, working on launching satellites at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), eventually becoming Chief of the Systems, Performance,...

 
Schaefer (Norman) Papers

Manuscripts, poems, correspondence, photographs.

 
Schaeffer ( F.J.) bills of lading

F.J. Schaeffer bills of lading (SAFR 13554, HDC 9) includes four bills of lading: two from Sutton & Company, one from Randolph M. Cooley and the last one is unidentified.

 
Schaeffer Galleries Records

Hanns and Kate Schaeffer specialized in Old Master paintings from all European schools. The records of the Schaeffer Galleries document gallery's stock and business dealings from the early 1920s until the late 1980s, both in Berlin and New York. The...

 
Schaeffer (Paul B.) Scrapbooks

Scrapbooks include music concert programs, ballet programs, and other shows performed in the San Francisco Bay Area....

 
Schaelchlin (Patricia A.) / Scripps Family Research Collection

The collection is comprised of research materials and drafts for Patricia A. Schaelchlin's work, Newspaper barons: a biography of the Scripps family. The bulk of the collection consists of the author's notes regarding biographic materials, most of which are photocopies...

 
Schaertlin (Alberto M.) The yellow count

Typescript of an unpublished account of a international swindle, , with extensive appendices of material relating to the fictional events.

 
Schafer (Jack) Collection

The collection contains assorted service grams, bulletins, product brochures for Caterpillar & Deere.

 
Schaffer (Helen L.) papers

This collection contains the sheet music manuscripts, published scores, and personal papers of American composer Helen Louise Schaffer.

 
Schaffer, Jeffrey P. Photographs for Jeffrey P. Schaffer's "High Sierra hiking guide #18 - Sonora Pass" [graphic]

Photographs used in Schaffer's "High Sierra hiking guide # 18 - Sonora Pass." Mountain scenes some including lakes (Duck lake, Wolf Creek Lake, Topaz Lake), valleys, Basque shepard carving and stone work, and the contruction of the Pacific Crest Trail.

 
Schakovskoy (Prince Wladimir) typescript

Relates to conditions in Russia during the Russian Revolution and Civil War. Photocopy.

 
Schallenberger (Moses) Papers

This collection includes correspondence and photographs covering the period after the arrival of Schallenberger in California, with an account, recorded by Mary Sheldon Barnes, of Schallenberger's overland journey to California from Missouri in 1844. Correspondents include John Townsend, Elizabeth Schallenberger...

Schaller (The Rev. Winfred B. ) Collection

Rev. Winfred B. Schaller was a leader in the creation of the Church of Lutheran Confession (CLC). He served as editor of the CLC's first periodical, , from June 1958 until he was forced to resign in August 1970. He...

Schanck (Francis R.) With Pilch Typescript and Correspondence

Typescript account of a student tradition known as "pilch," based on a character from an S.J. Perelman cartoon; with accompanying letter by Schanck.

 
Schapiro (Leonard Bertram) papers

Speeches and writings, radio broadcasts, correspondence, notes, and printed matter, relating to Russian history and literature during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and to the development of the Soviet political system.

 
Schardt (Alois) Papers and Photographs, 1917-1983, bulk 1917-1956

This collection is comprised of photographs, negatives, lectures, transcripts, correspondences, and other ephemera documenting Alois Schardt's career as a German art historian and museum director before, during, and after World War II. After being forced from job at the National...

 
Scharrenberg (Paul) Papers

Correspondence and papers relating primarily to Scharrenberg's career in the labor movement and his other positions. Includes letters to and from Scharrenberg; subject files containing committee reports, memoranda, copies of correspondence, notes, printed material, clippings, etc.; scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings...

 
Schastey (George A.) Collection, 1921-1933

The collection contains architectural drawings relating to the Lauriston Estate in Portola Valley, California.

 
Schauman (Georg Carl August) writings

Study entitled Kampen om Statsskicket i Finland 1918, and an untitled memorandum, relating to the Finnish Revolution of 1917-1918 and to political conditions in Finland.

 
Schaupp (Edward E.) Papers

The Edward E. Schaupp papers includes artifacts, ephemera, and photographs mostly related to the civil rights movement in the 1960s. The collection consist of eight protest buttons related to SNCC, C.O.R.E., fair housing, and the March on Washington, two arm/head...

 
Schawlow (Arthur L.) Papers

These papers primarily document Schawlow's career at Stanford and include correspondence, 1951-1995; lecture notes and class files, 1980-1988, containing problem sets and solutions, exams, and other information; grant files; records from participation in professional organizations including American Physical Society, American...

 
Schechter (Robert) papers

Reports, studies, memoranda, minutes, correspondence, financial data, and printed matter, relating to Stanford University investments in South Africa.

 
Schecter (Jerrold L.) collection

Photocopies of declassified Soviet and American government documents, printed matter, and notes, relating to Soviet espionage in the United States.

 
Schediwy (Robert) Papers

Diaries, typescripts, publications (photocopies; originals with donor)...

 
Schedler (Carl W.) Papers

Correspondence, reports, data, minutes, speeches, clippings relating to the associations, water supply in Contra Costa County and Solano County, salt water encroachment in the San Francisco Bay Area....

 
Scheel (Beth Flippen) papers

Reports, Kwajalein army base newspaper issues, memorabilia, and photographs, relating to United States Army atomic bomb tests at Bikini atoll in 1946.

Scheffauer (Herman G.) Photograph Album, ca. 1885-ca. 1925

The Herman George Scheffauer Photograph Album contains 130 photographs taken circa 1885-1925. Nearly all the photographs in the album feature Scheffauer, many of them being portraits taken by professional photographers in San Francisco, London, and Berlin. Other notable persons featured...

Scheffler (Harold) Papers

Papers of anthropologist Harold Scheffler, relating to Scheffler's field research on ambilineal descent groups on Choiseul Island in the Solomon Islands between 1958 and 1961, and to his comparative study of religious revitalization movements, especially the Christian Fellowship Church, conducted...

 
Scheibel (Arnold B.) papers

Dr. Arnold B. Scheibel had a long and internationally recognized career in research, teaching, and administration, spent almost entirely at the Brain Research Institute, University of California, Los Angeles. Grounded in both Neuroanatomy and Psychiatry, he sought to describe the...

 
Scheinman (William X.) Papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, bulletins, serial issues, clippings, photographs, sound recordings, video tapes, and motion picture film, relating to American relations with Africa, the political and economic development of Kenya and other African countries, assistance to African students in the United...

 
Scheiter (Hellmut) correspondence

Relates to German military operations on the Eastern front during World War II.

 
Schell (Randy) Papers

The Randy Schell papers contain materials related to the grassroots effort to develop a lesbian and gay community center in 1979 and 1980, and to Schell’s work against anti-gay violence as a Senior Client Advocate for the Community United Against...

 
Schelling (Andrew) Papers

Papers of Andrew Schelling, American poet, translator, editor, and teacher. The collection documents his career as a poet, essayist, editor, ecologist, translator of classical Indian poetry, and as a professor at Naropa University. Schelling's papers include correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, translations,...

 
Schelling Company ledger : ms., 1905.

Records of a machine shop, presumably at Santa Rosa.

 
Schelling (Ernest) papers

The Ernest Schelling papers largely consist of printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, much of it relating to Schelling’s service as a major in the United States Army during World War I and as an assistant military attaché in Switzerland during...

 
Schenck (Hubert G.) Biographical Materials

Binder of mimeographed materials titled "Biographical Information" pertaining largely to his World War II service in the Corps of Engineers and his postwar service as Chief, Natural Resources Section, General Headquarters, Supreme Commander of the Allied Powers, in Tokyo, Japan...

 
Schenck (Hubert G.) papers

Correspondence, diaries, speeches and writings, reports, clippings, maps, and photographs relating to the Allied occupation of Japan, relations between Taiwan and the United States, and economic conditions in Japan and Taiwan.

 
Schenk (Congresswoman Lynn) papers

Lynn Schenk is a lawyer and politician who served one term in the U.S. House of Representatives as a congresswoman from San Diego. She also served as Chief of Staff to Gray Davis during his entire tenure as Governor of...

 
Schenk (Lynn) papers

Lynn Schenk was a representative from California. She served as Deputy Attorney General in the California State Attorney General's Office, Criminal Division for about a year before taking a position with San Diego Gas and Electric as an in-house lawyer....

 
Scherbacher (Marcus W.) photographs

Depicts scenes in South Korea.

 
Scherbatoff (George S.) photographs

Mainly depicts visit of United Nations commissioners to Greece.

 
Scherer (Charles R.) Papers

Symposia, reports, reprints relating to geothermal resources, fluid flow, and heat transport....

 
Scherer (James Augustin Brown) Papers

The bulk of the collection centers on the work with the Council of National Defense of James A.B. Scherer (1870-1944), president of the California Institute of Technology, during the First World War. Subjects in the collection include: African-Americans; Americanization; American...

 
Scherer (Waldemar) Second World War Correspondence and Scrapbook

This collection contains one scrapbook of newspaper columns written by Waldemar Scherer and correspondence to his son Richard.

 
Schetelig (Oberleutnant) diaries

Relates to German military activities during World War I.

 
Schetter (Hans Otto) diary

Relates to German military activities in France and Belgium during World War I. Includes typewritten translation.

 
Scheuer (Philip K.) papers

The Philip K. Scheuer papers span the years 1914-1968 and encompass approximately 5.5 linear feet. The collection consists of clippings, correspondence, notebooks, and childhood flipbooks....

 
Scheurich (Victor) Collection

Photographs of motion picture sets, cameramen and directors. ca. 1910-1