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W. A. Caswell : seven rare Aretino books from my library, 1993.

Numbers 1, 3, and 4 of ten numbered and signed prints; no. 1 printed in black, no. 3 printed in red and gold, no. 4 printed in green and gold, by Righi, with the original zinc plate (measuring 16 x...

 
W. and S. Jones catalogue, 1799

"A Catalogue of Optical, Mathematical, and Philosophical Instruments, Made and Sold by W. and S. Jones," No. 135 (London, ca. 1799). Part of vol. 5 of Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy (London 1799). Gift of Larry Badash

 
W. B. Franklin letter to Colonel Nicholson, 1899 September 1.

One holograph letter written from Hartford, Connecticut, expressing regret that he cannot attend a Sixth Army Corps reunion.

 
W. B. Thorpe's '98 Republican campaign songs, 1898

Satirical reworking of popular songs of the day, including such titles as "Take Your Three Crank Platforms and Begone." Purchase, Schoyer's

 
W. C. Holliday letters, 1864.

Two Civil War era holograph letters written by W. C. Holliday, chaplain of the 90th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. In one, written near Ooltewah, Tenn., he describes a trip to Chattanooga and seeing General William T. Sherman. In the second letter,...

 
W. Dibblee Hoyt collection, circa 1930s-1940s

Horse racing records, photos, and clippings from Rancho San Julian, nr Lompoc.

 
A. W. Dimock letter to his sister, 1861 May 4.

Holograph letter written from Jersey City, discussing personal and family affairs. Dimock mentions that his regiment may be ordered up at any time.

 
A. W. Drew letter to his father, brother, and sister, [1861] April 30.

One Civil War era holograph letter written from Newton, Iowa. Drew explains his wish to volunteer for an Iowa company and discusses the organization of armed militias in Missouri, threatening to invade Iowa.

 
W. E. Gladstone letters, 1840-1891.

Some relate to British politics. Also included is a holograph draft of a Preface, Mar. 15, 1878.

 
W. E. Hoskin Sonora beer wagon ledger, 1897-1908.

1 business ledger for R. E. Hoskin, who drove a beer wagon in Sonora, California. Entries are dated from 1897 to 1908.

 
W. G. Brownlow collection, 1862, 1877, 1861

One note (ANS), 1862; one letter (ALS), 1877; one envelope; one manuscript account "Brownlow's connexion with The Bridge Burning in East Tenn., Nov. 8, 1861…" See also: Wyles SC 916.

 
W. G. Brownlow note and photograph, circa 1862

One Civil War era note (ANS) and 1 b/w photo (carte de visite), ca. 1862. One b/w photo (carte de visite) of Captain [?] Schindel on reverse of same sheet, n.d. Also, one photo (carte de visite) of Mrs. Brownlow...

 
W. G. Wilson South America Cruise Photograph Album, 1930.

50 original sepia and black and white photographs with captions in album by W. G. Wilson, illustrating a cruise around South America in 1930. Includes nine photos of Havana (Cuba), six photos of Lima (Peru) and eight photos of La...

 
W. H. H. Bryant's bill for services and expenses as recruiting agent, 1864 August 6-1865 February 1.

One holograph bill from the town of Pembroke to Dr. W. H. H. Bryant for services and expenses as Recruiting Agent from Aug. 6/64 to Feb. 1/65. It lists the date, the number of days served, the number of recruits,...

 
W. H. Himbury Middle East diary, 1925

Bulk of diary, including photos, traces tour through Iraq. Also Egypt, Palestine, and Syria. Arrangement: Bound volume.

 
W. H. Jones life story, 2001

Typescript, photos, documents, and correspondence re Walter (Wally) Hitshew Jones, Jr. life, much of it spent abroad in places like Eritrea, French Morocco, Yemen and Europe, for many years as an official with the Bechtel Corporation.

 
W. H. Talbot (built 1891; schooner, 4m) logbook and newspaper clipping

W. H. Talbot (built 1891; schooner, 4m) logbook and newspaper clipping (SAFR 16449, HDC 165) includes a ship's log kept by mate O.E. Beden. He recorded nautical calculations of the voyages between Port Townsend and Shanghai. The collection is available...

 
[W. Huse Chapman photographs of Negritos and other peoples of the Philippines].

Ethnographic portraits, snapshots and scenes of the Negritos of the Philippines: their customs; activities; dwellings, structures and other material culture; and natural surroundings. Specific subjects include basket weaving, a burial, scarification, and a group of hooded self-flagellants. Also includes portraits...

 
W. K. Weare papers, circa 1880.

Autograph manuscript of Weare's unpublished autobiography (662 pages), and miscellaneous poetry, prose and letters.

 
A. W. MacKenzie letters, 1870-1897.

Some reflect politics in England. Include letters from John Gellibrand Hubbard, first Baron Addington; William George Spencer Scott, Earl Compton; Catherine (Glynne) Gladstone; Maria Georgina (Shirreff) Grey; John Hutton; Sir Edward Lee; William Henry Forester Denison, first Earl of Londesborough;...

 
W. P. Fuller & Co. (San Francisco, Calif.) Records

The collection consists of five bound letterbooks of letters sent to W. P. Fuller & Co. from September 1896 to September 1921. The letters are from the Pioneer White Lead Works and the Pioneer Color Works, subsidiaries of the company;...

 
W. Parker Lyon Wild West Shows, undated

One letter (ALS) on letterhead stationery, to Elmer (?), conveying best wishes to Jack (John J.) Mitchell and the Rancheros Vistadores, n.d.

 
W. Scott Polland collection of manuscripts relating primarily to Marin County, 1840-1962 (bulk 1849-1906).

The collection contains a diverse selection of documents relating to Marin County, California, as well as to business and household affairs in nineteenth century California. Primarily ephemera, documents include business and household reciepts and bills as well as legal documents....

 
W. Sidney Smith letters received, 1798-1824.

Relate to the naval career of the British admiral. Include letters from Ignazio Thaon de Revel, Johann Friedrich Hach, Sir Alexander Ball, Sir Robert Grant and others.

 
W. Somerset Maugham correspondence, 1954-1958

Four letters (TLS) and one letter (ALS) to Laurence Brander, re his biography, Maugham's Then and Now, and other matters. Villa Mauresque, 1954-1958, n.d. Also one picture postcard, portrait of Maugham. Alpha List.

 
W. Somerset Maugham letter, 1964 February 21

(1874-1965). One letter (TLS) to Louis Blevine, saying that at his age, 91, he no longer can answer extensive questions. Villa Mauresque, 21 Feb. 1964. Alpha list.

 
W. Somerset Maugham photograph of a painting, 1969

One signed black and white photograph of a painting of Maugham, with accompanying letter by Alan Searle, Maugham's secretary, to Ray Johnson, UCSB Manuscripts Curator , 1969. Alpha list.

 
W. T. Sherman letter, 1880 September 13.

One brief holograph letter written from San Francisco to an unknown recipient, regarding an appointment with a Mr. and Mrs. Holliday.

 
W. T. Sherman letter to General M. G. Vallejo, 1879 August 11.

One holograph letter written from Washington, D.C., regarding Vallejo's request for an example of Abraham Lincoln's signature.

 
W. T. Sherman letter to Mrs. Peshine, 1890 July 16.

One holograph letter written from New York City to Mrs. [Rebecca Ord] Peshine. Sherman recounts his memories of Peshine's mother, Maria de las Angustias de la Guerra Ord, from his time in California.

 
W. T. Sherman letters to David Milliken, Jr., 1886.

Two holograph letters to David Milliken, Jr., Secretary of the Union League Club in New York City. Sherman declines two social invitations, including a reception for the inauguration of the Statue of Liberty.

 
W. Turrentine Jackson oral history, 1994

Interview with Jackson re his career as a history professor and practicing public historian, and his reflections on the emergence of public history programs in the U.S. Interviewer: David E. Russell, 6/16/94 (tapes 1-3) and July 8, 1997 (phone interview,...

 
W. W. Light papers, 1851-1893.

William W. Light was born in Claremont County, Ohio on July 29, 1819, and was a boyhood friend of Ulysses S. Grant. He began studying medicine at age eighteen in Cincinnati, entered the practice of dentistry in 1840, and arrived...

 
W. W. Light papers, 1851-1893.

William W. Light was born in Claremont County, Ohio on July 29, 1819, and was a boyhood friend of Ulysses S. Grant. He began studying medicine at age eighteen in Cincinnati, entered the practice of dentistry in 1840, and arrived...

 
Wabash Railroad ticket form, 1906

One printed ticket form, for free seat in reclining chair car, 1906.

 
Wachhold (Allen Glen) typescript

Relates to the role of the historian Frank A. Golder in developing the library and archival holdings of the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace. Includes sound recordings of interviews of Thomas A. Bailey and Mabel Junkert, and written...

 
Wachs (Joel) Papers

This collection contains constituent correspondence, mayoral and city council campaign records, and some personal papers of Joel Wachs, Los Angeles city councilman from 1971 until 2001. The holdings are especially valuable for understanding the critical mayoral campaigns in Los Angeles...

 
Wachsmann (Klaus) Collection

Klaus Wachsmann was a British ethnomusicologist of German birth and a pioneer in the study of African music. Between 1949 and 1952 Wachsmann compiled an extensive collection of field recordings while living in Uganda. This collection, one of two Klaus...

 
Wachsmann (Klaus) Collection

Klaus Wachsmann was a British ethnomusicologist of German birth and a pioneer in the study of African music. Between 1949 and 1952 Wachsmann compiled an extensive collection of field recordings while living in Uganda. This collection, one of two Klaus...

 
Wachsner (Frank and Trixie) Collection

Frank and Trixie Wachsner were both children of Jewish refugees that came to Shanghai to escape persecution during World War II. The collection consists of items related to their fathers' experiences in Shanghai, including a photograph of the opening of...

 
Wackenreuder family papers.

Include tax lists, leases, agreements to sell, and deeds, for land owned by Vitus Wackenreuder in San Francisco, 1859-1887; portion of a letter written by him, 1883; papers relating to his estate; land patent issued to his daughter, Mary Krause,...

 
Waddell (Charles W.) papers

Charles Wilkin Waddell was an educator and scholar whose emphasis was on the education of teachers. He served as the director of the training department at the Los Angeles Normal School and continued as a professor of education when the...

 
Waddell (Richard) Typescript and Drafts

A photocopy of a 310-page typescript "The Sierra Nevada Crossing: A Study In Railway Economics and History, 1869-1950" dated 1986.

 
Waddell (Thomas) papers

This collection contains material related to Dr. Thomas Waddell (1937-1987), who is best known for founding the Gay Games. It includes correspondence, subject files, memorabilia, and a small amount of photographs.

 
Waddingham Slide Collection and Papers

Slides, photograph, and documents on a variety of California topics and locations.

 
Wade (Benjamin F.) Correspondence

The collection contains three letters relating to Benjamin F. [B. F.] Wade (1800-1878), abolitionist and Whig/Republican Senator from Ohio, 1851-1869. Wade was co-author of the Wade-Davis bill on reconstruction, which was pocket vetoed by President Lincoln, and the subsequent Wade-Davis...

 
Wade (Charles J.) Account Books

Primarily account books, most belonging to Charles J. Wade of Boston, ca. 1872-1909. Also an account book with the name Mary E. Howard written in, 1876. Several diaries, including a travel account from 1909 which records a trip beginning in...

 
Wade (Nigel) collection

Novel, essays, petitions, and other writings by Yang Guang, Wei Jing-sheng, and other Chinese dissidents, relating to political conditions and civil liberties in China, and the arrests of Yang Guang and Wei Jing-sheng. Includes photographs of Yang Guang and translations...

 
Wade (Ruth C.) Papers

Collection consists of photographs, two photograph albums, and biographical notes and clippings about Ruth Collins and Elbert Wade. Photographs include the Wade's 50th wedding anniversary and Northern California family scenes....

 
Wadsworth (Eden) Papers

Certificates, diary, printed materials, materials about his daughter, Carrie M. Wadsworth....

 
Waffen-SS. 15 Grenadier-Division records

Correspondence, memoranda, military orders, maps, and printed matter, relating to activities of the Latvian Legion police battalions and regiments.

 
 
Waggoner (W.W.) Papers

Waldo Wade Waggoner (1860-1939) served as County Surveyor of Nevada County, California and as California Debris Commissioner. The small collection contains his report and map on the Dry Creek Reservoir Site in Nevada County as well as three letters from...

 
Wagner, Betty Ann: Wayfarers Ministry Newsletters

Wayfarers Ministry was founded in 1979 by Betty Ann Wagner. This is a collection of her newsletters, called Wayfarers Ministy newsletter, or , 1982-2009....

 
Wagner (Blanche Collet) Manuscripts

Blanche Collet Wagner was a writer and artist who lived much of her life in San Marino, California. This collection consists of two bound manuscripts: one is an English translation of the Mayan creation story ; the other, titled (1941),...

 
Wagner (Charles) Collection

This collection consists mostly of undated, unsigned, and untitled manuscripts regarding Pastor Charles Wagner who came from Paris to give lectures in the United States in 1904. These manuscripts appear to be authored by George Wharton James, as much of...

 
Wagner, D. R. (Donald R.) Papers, [ca.1960-1993].

Collection includes poetry (Wagner's and other's), manuscripts, newspapers, and artwork.

 
Wagner (Eleanor R.) papers

Eleanor Raymond Wagner was the executive secretary for the California Legislative Conference and administrative secretary for the Californians for Liberal Representation. The collection consists of reports, correspondence, printed materials and papers relating to her involvement with these organizations from the...

 
Wagner (Gordon) Papers

Gordon Wagner was born on April 13, 1915 in Redondo Beach, California, and died in Long Beach, California, on December 4, 1987. From a young age Wagner was interested in mechanical designs as well as expressing his artistic vision through...

 
Wagner (Henry R.) Papers

Correspondence with other bibliophiles, scholars, libraries, etc. relating to his research and writing on various aspects of western and Latin American history and to his other activities, including interest in California Historical Society; MSS of his writings; transcripts and photocopies...

 
Wagner (Henry R.) Papers

Henry Raup Wagner (1862-1957) collected books and made contributions to the history and bibliography of Latin America as well as the American West. The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, research notes, and printed material including his manuscript, .

 
Wagner (Henry Raup) Collection

Henry Raup Wagner, 1862-1957, was an avid book collector and author. He settled in California with his wife, Blanche Henrietta Collet, circa 1917. In the 1890s, he started collecting books on Spanish history, metallurgy, and mining. He also amassed collections...

 
Wagner (Henry Raup) Collection

The collection includes correspondence, manuscripts, articles, journals, and publications about Henry Raup Wagner....

 
Wagner (Jack R.) papers

The Jack R. Wagner papers (SAFR 23825, HDC 1666) consist of 5 short maritime related manuscripts written by Jack R. Wagner with associated research materials, and 2 small files of research material for 2 more unwritten manuscripts.

 
Wagner (Jack Russell) Collection

The Jack R. Wagner Collection consists largely of manuscripts, letters, notes and ephemera pertaining to his publications and interest in railroad history.

 
Wagner (Joseph) Papers

The collection contains materials created by, collected by, and about conductor and composer Joseph Wagner. Materials include music scores; symphony orchestra sheet music; loose music manuscripts; vinyl records; audio and video recordings; subject and correspondence files; photographs; Wagner’s publications; and...

 
Wagner (Otto) Correspondence

Primarily letters sent to Otto Wagner, the Austrian architect and teacher, from other architects, artists, publishers, and students. Letters concern the work of Wagner and his correspondents, Wagner's influence, and exhibitions. Includes five letters from Wagner dated between 1902-1917.

 
Wagner (Rob) papers

Robert Leicester Wagner (1872-1942) was a illustrator for newspapers and the . He also wrote for the , , and other magazines before moving to Southern California, where he directed films for Paramount and the Hal Roach studios, and made...

 
Wagner (Sally Roesch) Papers

This collection includes subject files, course materials, personal and business correspondence, newsletters and bulletins, publications and photographs. It focuses heavily on Sally Roesch Wagner's involvement with the Women's Studies Program at both Sacramento State College and Mankato State College. In...

 
Wagstaff (Samuel) Papers

The papers document Sam Wagstaff's activities as curator and collector, with a focus on his collections and collecting processes. The papers are rich in correspondence and include letters from artists, photographers and cultural institutions. Original photographs and non-photographic original artworks...

 
Wahl (Henry C.) Papers

Mainly replies received from various state and national legislators concerning various issues, many of them relating to legislation on medical insurance for the aged. The letters are arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Included are letters from Barry Goldwater, Albert Arnold Gore,...

 
Wainwright (W. A.) photographs

An aerial view of Iwo Jima, and a photograph of the dedication of a memorial flagstaff on Iwo Jima by American troops.

 
Waite (C.B.) Collection, ca. 1900

10 Photographs. Various views of Los Angeles and Mexico, including the Vera Cruz Railway.

 
Waite (Charles B.) photographs

This collection contains photographs of Mexico that were taken by photographer Charles Burlingame Waite.

 
Waite (Morrison R.) Collection

The collection contains one Civil War era note (ANS), 1862, from Morrison R. Waite (1816-1888) to R. F. Paine, concerning finances of [?] Rains, who was at Weston, Virginia, with the Ohio 67th Regiment. Also included is one undated engraving...

 
Waite (Willis Willard) photographs and memorabilia

Collection includes photographs and scrapbook pages containing photographs, postcards, and information on Stanford clipped from publications. Subjects of the photographs include Palm Drive, the Quad buildings, the library, Memorial Church, museum, art gallery, the Stanford union, and the grounds of...

 
Wakefield Autograph Collection.

A collection of letters and autographs presented to the University of California in April 1922 by Sam Bell Wakefield.

 
Wakeling (Gwen) costume design drawings

The Gwen Wakeling costume design drawings span the years 1942-1966 (bulk late 1950s-1960s) and encompass approximately 16 linear feet. Wakeling's freelance film career and her theater and television career from the late 1950s through the 1960s make up the bulk...

 
Wakeman (Captain Edgar) papers

Captain Edgar Wakeman papers (SAFR 17621, HDC 116) contains correspondence, logbooks and a wide variety of paper ephemera from 45 years of maritime service. The collection is available for reference use without restriction.

 
Wakoski, Diane. Letters to Michael Rossman, 1960-1965.

Letters of poet Diane Wakoski written primarily from New York City, mentioning her writing, and that of other poets. With these, mamuscripts of some of her poems, some unpublished.

 
Walcott (C. D.) Letter

This is a typed copy of a letter from H. L. C., Supervising Engineer of the Roosevelt Dam construction in Arizona, to C. D. Wolcott, Secretary of the Smithsonian Institute, Washington D. C. The author of the letter says he...

 
Wald (Karen Lee) Cuban research audio visual collection

Video and sound recordings covering various topics related to Cuba.

 
Wald, Karen. Photographs of Freedom to Travel trips to Cuba from the Karen Lee Wald Cuban research collection [graphic].

Slides of trips to Cuba made in 1993-1994, organized by the Freedom to Travel / Travel Challenge program of Global Exchange of San Francisco. Pictured are American travelers en route to Cuba (via Cancun, Mexico) and visiting sites and events...

 
Waldau (Otto Hoffman von) diary

Relates to German air operations during World War II. Photocopy.

 
Waldeck (Jacob E.) Theater Scrapbook

Scrapbook contains clippings about manager Jacob E. Waldeck's, Casino Theater (334 S. Spring St., Los Angeles), and the performers who appeared there.

 
Waldeck (Meyer) memoir

Relates to cultural conditions in Germany in the 1870s, and to the education in Germany of privileged German-Russian children. Attribution of authorship uncertain. Photocopy.

 
Waldemar Westergaard correspondence and notes : Chico, California, and Ithaca, New York, 1907-1912.

Letters to Henry Morse Stephens and Frederick John Teggart, and research notes, mainly on Bancroft Library materials, relating to the Danish West Indies.

 
Walden (John) collection

Clippings, serial issues, reports, other printed matter, sound recordings of radio broadcast news programs from English-language Hong Kong and international sources, and sound recordings of legislative council proceedings, relating to the administration of Hong Kong before and after transfer of...

 
Waldheim (Kurt) interview transcript

Relates to allegations of participation in war crimes by Waldheim as a German officer in Yugoslavia and Greece during World War II. Interview conducted by Mary Ann Sieghart for a London television station. Photocopy.

 
Waldie (John) Papers

John Waldie (1781-1862) was the administrator of Hendersyde Park at Kelso, Roxburghshire, Scotland. The collection consists of 7 volumes of letters to John Waldie (1793-1841), 74 journal volumes, 11 volumes on travels transcribed from the journals, and 1 volume of...

 
Waldman (Anne) 100 Memories

Typescript of poem dedicated to the Lewis Warsh and signed by Anne Waldman. The typescript is bound in a red translucent plastic cover. A photograph of Anne Waldman is pasted to the center of the first leaf....

 
Waldman (Anne) Checkbook

62 cancelled personal checks made out to various persons and retailers, stapled together....

 
Waldman (Anne) Near

Typescript of poem dedicated to Lewis Warsh and signed by Anne Waldman....

 
Waldman, (Anne) Papers

Newsclips and photos of midget entertainers and actors who were employed in the period 1925 thru late 1950's.

 
Waldmüller (Hans) Collection on Thomas Mann

This collection contains periodical issues and articles, offprints, newspaper clippings, and other materials relating to German author Thomas Mann. Materials were collected by Hans Waldmüller, author of scholarly works on Thomas Mann.

 
Waldo (Arthur L.) collection

Serial issues, proclamations, cartoons, booklets, and other printed matter, relating to the Soviet occupation of Poland, and especially of the western Ukraine, at the outbreak of World War II, and to the cult of Joseph Stalin.

 
Waldo Browne letters, 1918-1919

Four letters (TLS) from various government officials, including Secretary of the Treasury, McAdoo, re Browne's international review Renaissance , 1918-1919. Alpha list.

 
Waldorf (Howard) Personal Papers

The Howard Waldorf Personal Papers containns materials relating to and/or written by Waldorf. He was a prominent aviation journalist in the San Francisco Bay area following his service as a test pilot in World War I.

 
Waldron (Clarence Loring) papers

Writings, memoranda, reports, regulations, directives, personnel records, bulletins, and printed matter, relating to Allied administration of Japan following World War II, especially in regard to economic matters, and to postwar reconstruction and growth of the Japanese economy. Includes extensive drafts...

 
Walecka (John Dirk) Notebooks and Papers

Notes, lectures and reports on nuclear theory, general relativity, quantum mechanics, and mathematical physics. Collection also includes reprints and some correspondence.

 
Wales (Nym) papers

Personal and collected correspondence, speeches and writings, news dispatches, interviews, reports, memoranda, organizational records, and photographs, relating to the Chinese communists; the industrial cooperative movement, student movement, and labor movement in China; the Sian incident, 1936; the Sino-Japanese Conflict; and...

 
Walka z kosciolem w Polsce mimeograph

Documentary history relating to the Catholic Church under the communist regime in Poland, 1945-1953. First volume edited by Jan Nowak and second by Tadeusz Żenczykowski.

 
Walker (A. B. C) Papers

Collection pertains to his research and teaching and includes grant files (proposals, budgets, correspondence, etc.); photographs of stellar phenomena (prints and negatives); drawings, graphs, charts and computer printouts; and files from the classes he taught at Stanford.

 
Walker (Albert R.) Papers

Albert R. Walker (1881-1958) was a architect who collaborated with Percy A. Eisen to design the Ardmore Apartments in Los Angeles, the Hollywood Plaza Hotel, the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, the El Mirador Hotel in Palm Springs, the...

 
Walker and Meyers Los Angeles Pride Parade Photographs

Walker and Meyers photographs of a gay fathers group marching in the 1982 Los Angeles Christopher Street West pride parade and of the Great American Yankee Freedom Band of Los Angeles marching in a Los Angeles Christopher Street West pride...

 
Walker (Bruce) papers

Writings, instructional and propaganda material, printed matter, photographs, video tapes, and memorabilia, relating to Central Intelligence Agency programs to train Tibetan guerrillas.

 
Walker (Charles Heussy) collection

The Charles Heussy Walker collection, 1897-1906 (SAFR 23817, HDC 1661) collection consists of 3 letters of introduction for Charles Heussy Walker, who was dispatched to provide relief for Pacific Steam Whaling Company whalers whose vessels were ice bound in Point...

 
Walker (Charls E.) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to American economic conditions, American economic policy, especially during the presidential administrations of Dwight D. Eisenhower and Richard M. Nixon, and especially to banking and taxation issues.

 
Walker (Donald E.) Papers

The collection consists of correspondence and other office files created by Walker during his tenure as Dean of Instruction....

 
Walker (Emery) papers

Sir Emery Walker (1851-1933) cofounded the process and general engraving firm of Walker & Boutall (later Emery Walker, Limited) and the Kelmscott Press with William Morris. Walker later helped found the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society (1888), and was elected...

 
Walker (Esther) collection

Photographs and miscellany, relating to the German national socialist leader Heinrich Himmler. Includes a Himmler family photograph album, photographs of Himmler's house in Bavaria, and autographs by Himmler.

 
Walker (Esther) Papers

Personal papers and photographs of San Jose Mercury journalist Esther Walker, including expense account records, correspondence, news copy, research notes, clippings, and publicity photographs of fashion designers circa 1978-1980.

 
Walker Family Papers

This collection comprises the personal papers of James E. Walker (d. May 1972), an attorney in Santa Ana who had offices in the Spurgeon Building and ran for the California Assembly and the U.S. Congress as a Democrat from Orange...

 
Walker (Frank Fish) Papers

Correspondence, reports, speeches, a scrapbook, and other papers largely relating to Mr. Walker's years in finance with some materials pertaining to his positions at Stanford.

 
Walker (Fred L.) papers

Memoirs, diaries, speeches, testimony, correspondence, clippings, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating primarily to American military operations in Italy during World War II, especially to the Battle of the Rapido River. Also includes material on the Second Battle of the...

 
Walker (Fred Livingood) typescript

Relates to operations of the 36th Division during the Battle of the Rapido River in Italy in 1944. Photocopy.

 
Walker (Harry B.) Papers

The Harry B. Walker Papers include the administrative and research files of Professor Harry Bruce Walker, primarily during his tenure at the University of California, Davis. Included are research materials, maps, correspondence, manuscripts, publications, multiple committee files and professional or...

 
Walker (Harry O.) Slide Collection

Harry O. Walker was a faculty member in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the University of California, Davis from 1955-1990. The collection contains approximately 3,000 slides that he photographed and used in his Resource Sciences course, California:...

 
Walker (James F) Papers

Three Civil War journals/diaries (with maps) and loose sketches and descriptions, of a young Illinois farmer who enlisted on Aug. 7, 1862 and served as a Civil War Union soldier with the 101st Illinois Infantry, Company F....

 
Walker (Joel P.) Manuscript

Manuscript is a photostat of the original, dictated by Joel P. Walker to R. A. Thompson of Santa Rosa, California and handwritten by Thompson in 1878. Walker (b. 1797) was a soldier under General Jackson in Alabama and Florida, and...

 
Walker (Richard Louis) interview

Relates to the development of area studies, especially Chinese studies, in the United States. Interview conducted by Ramon H. Myers.

 
Walker (Rob) Papers

The collection contains presentation slides, reports, sales material, and other documentation from from LSI Logic Corp.; articles and papers given by Rob Walker; documents from Fairchild Semiconductor; specifications from Lawrence Livermore Laboratories; and, documentation from Philco Corp.

 
Walker (Robert Averill) Papers

Papers pertain largely to his administrative duties at Stanford University and include correspondence, minutes, agenda, memoranda, and reports; subjects include the overseas studies program, the political science department, international studies, curriculum reviews, and faculty/staff housing on campus. Also of note...

 
Walker (Robert L.) Papers

This collection documents the career of Robert L. Walker, Professor of Physics at Caltech from 1949-1981. The records illustrate Walker's expertise in experimental high energy physics, particularly in the design of detectors. The records include working files relating to the...

 
Walker (Samuel Sloan) papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and printed matter, relating to activities of the Free Europe Committee in promoting opposition to the communist regimes of Eastern Europe.

 
Walker Scott Department Store Records

This collection documents the activities of the Walker Scott Department Store Company, run by George A. Scott. The records date from 1915-1993, with the bulk of the documents created in the 1960s during the company’s expansion to other branch stores....

 
Walker, Spinning, and Durrell Families Papers

A family history collection which contains correspondence, photographs, and scrapbooks pertaining to the Walker, Spinning, and Durrell families, who are related by marriage. The correspondence includes three letters from and one letter to Hiram Walker, while he was a Union...

 
Walker (Thane) Collection on The Prosperos

Course prospectus, flyers, pamphlets, newsletters, correspondence, essays, articles, class notes and other material from The Prosperos, co-founded by Thane Walker, 1966-1980. Founded in Florida in 1956, then based in Los Angeles in the 1960s and early 1970s, the Prosperos espoused...

 
Walker (Theodore) A trip to the West Indies

This bound manuscript consists of the typescript of a journal kept during a 1908 trip to the West Indies, along with sixty-nine photographs and clippings tipped in.

 
Walkup, (Fairfax Proudfit) Theatre Collection

The Dr. Fairfax Proudfit Walkup Theater Collection includes books, pamphlets, periodicals, scrapbooks, fashion illustrated plates, dolls, manuscripts, and ephemera pertaining to theater costumes and set design and the professional career of educator, designer, and playwright Fairfax Proudfit Walkup. Includes some...

 
Wall family letters, 1814-1901.

Mainly correspondence between members of the Wall family in the East and in California, some describing Oakland and Berkeley. Included are letters by Benjamin P. Wall, a homeopathic doctor in Berkeley.

 
Wallace, Alfred Russel Letters to E. D. Girdlestone : ALS, 1884-1889.

Includes an 1884 letter regarding Girdlestone's paper on vivisection. Others concern nationalization of land, economic conditions in Great Britain, and a self-characterization as "a thorough socialist."

 
Wallace, Alice Bashford. Photographs related to Alice Bashford Wallace and Herbert Bashford [graphic]

Includes photographs of Joaquin Miller (by I.W. Taber), Ella Higginson (by Kirkpatrick of Whatcom, Wash.) Herman Whittaker (by Shaw & Shaw of Oakland), Herbert and daughter Alice Bashford and other family members, and a group portrait of N. Bashford, George...

 
Wallace B. Reynolds papers, circa 1931-1968.

Includes map, information booklet, telephone directory, badge and award from the wartime Clinton Engineer Works at Oak Ridge, Tenn.; wartime newspapers from Oak Ridge; and two oversized scrapbooks regarding his career in engineering at UCRL; copies of correspondence of UCRL...

 
Wallace (Earle S.) collection

Pamphlets, photographs, maps, a poster, and memorabilia, relating to activities of the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I.

 
Wallace (F. L.) World AIDS Day Photographs

F. L. Wallace photographs of World AIDS Day demonstrators in Washington, D.C., December 1993.

 
Wallace G. Macgregor papers : 1890-1937.

Chiefly contains letters from Wallace Macgregor to his family in East Braintree, Mass., concerning his activities as a chemist, working first in the gold mines of Big Bug, Arizona, and later traveling as a consultant to mines in Nevada and...

 
Wallace Hamilton papers, circa 1963-1983.

Included is correspondence from 1963-1983, manuscripts of his novels, his autobiography, numerous plays in various stages, some with notes outlines, background materials, ideas for novels never written, and a few unpublished stories. There is much information in the shape of...

 
Wallace Hebbard letter, 1970 November 23

One letter (TLS) to TM [Storke?] re publishing last volume of Bancroft's History of California. Santa Barbara, 23 November 1970. [See also SC 162]. [SBHC]. Alpha list.

 
Wallace (Irving) papers

This collection contains the papers of the screenwriter and novelist Irving Wallace (1916-1990). His papers include correspondence, research notes, proofs, and typescripts for some of his stories, screenplays, and novels.

Wallace J. Miller Watercolors and Pen and Ink Drawings

Paintings and drawings are of the City of Riverside between 1895 and 1897. The collection documents businesses, hotels, stables, blacksmith shops, and scenic views of Riverside and the surrounding area. The collection consists of 60 paintings, all of which were...

 
Wallace (Lewis) Collection

The collection contains one Civil War letter (ALS) from Union General Lewis Wallace to Governor Robinson of Kentucky, Aug. 22, 1862, re raising 4,000-5,000 mounted Home Guards, which he sees as the quickest way of getting a proper force into...

 
Wallace MacGregor papers, 1963-1995.

Contains correspondence and reports related to work done with various companies dealing with mining and metals including Peabody Coal, Kaiser, AMAX, Homestake and Diamond Shamrock. Also includes papers relating to The Club.

 
Wallace Stegner letter, 1977-1981

One letter (TLS) to Robert Kirsch of the LA Times, thanking him for his admirable reviews, 1977. Also one letter (TLS) to Chris Brun, UCSB Special Collections, re Stegner's recent Corle lecture, accompanied by transcript of same, entitled "The Long...

 
Wallen (E. Carl) papers

Photographs depicting relief work in the Caucasus, Turkey, and other areas of the Near East at the end of World War I. Includes a few papers of Mary Jane Steel (Mrs. Earl C. Wallen), relating to her service as a...

 
Wallenstein (Gerd D.) papers

Memoirs, obituaries, maps, drawings, and calligraphy, relating primarily to the Jewish community in China during World War II.

 
Waller (Kenneth L.) Bataan Prisoner of War Collection, circa 1941-1980

Kenneth L. Waller Bataan Prisoner of War Collection contains materials recording Waller's years as a prisoner of war (POW) in the Pacific Theater, from September 1941 to August 1945. The materials include photographs, an excerpt from a book, an annotated...

 
Waller, M. A. Letter : to his cousin, 1865 July 31

Holograph letter written in Montgomery, July 31st [1865?] concerning Southern sentiments after the Civil War.

 
Walley (David) research material about Ernie Kovacs

Research material collected by David Walley during the early 1970s for the writing of his biography on Ernie Kovacs.

 
Wallgren (Albian A.) cartoon

Relates to the American Expeditionary Forces in France during World War I.

 
Walling (Anna Strunsky) papers

Contains correspondence, writings, clippings, programs, brochures and ephemera, concerning the life and career of Anna Strunsky Walling. Correspondence is with friends and associates in the social and political movements in which she was active, including Emma Goldman, Jack London, Selig...

 
Wallis (Hal) papers

The Hal Wallis papers span the years 1900-1982 (bulk 1945-1979) and encompass approximately 131.3 linear feet. The collection primarily documents Wallis's career as an independent producer at Paramount after he left Warner Bros. in 1944 to form Hal Wallis Productions....

 
Wallis (John K.) California Diary

The Wallis Diary entries are well-organized, and--though often terse--form an easily understood, readable description of a miner's and farmer's daily life. Wallis is particulary informative with respect to the business aspects of early placer mining. He describes in some detail...

 
Wallner (William E.) photographs

This collection contains 61 studio portrait photographs and 15 photographic art reproduction taken by Wallner.

 
Wallowa County, Oregon land documents, 1906-1936.

Contains documents concerning land grants and the sale of land in Wallowa County, Ore. Many contracts involve Shonts family members or businesses. Also includes Shonts family documents concerning the sale of land in Santa Clara County, Calif., Santa Cruz, Calif.,...

 
Walls, Andrew F.  Audio Tapes

The conferences given by Andrew F. Walls, recorded live at Overseas Ministries Study Center, New Haven, Connecticut Oct 23-27, 2000. The title of the conference is...

 
Wallsten (Robert) Papers

Papers of actor and writer including correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks and literary manuscripts. Wallsten acted on Broadway before serving in the Navy in New Guinea during WWII. After the war, Wallsten wrote plays, teleplays, and short stories and had a long...

 
Walnut Grove Japanese Methodist Church Records

The Walnut Grove Japanese Methodist Church was the only Japanese Christian institution in the Sacramento Delta region. Established in 1915, the church played a key role in the religious life of the Japanese immigrant community. For the American-born Nisei generation,...

 
Walnut Park Tract, Santa Barbara, California, 1905

Abstract of Title , 1905. Alpha list.

 
Walsh (Arthur J.) papers

Journal, printed matter, photographs, postcards, and memorabilia, relating to United States Marine Corps activities in France during World War I.

 
Walsh (Henry L.) Papers

The Walsh Papers contain personal notes, research material, correspondence, and photographs that reflect Walsh's work as poet, teacher, writer, lecturer and historian. His personal notes include clippings and souvenirs that give a general overview of Walsh's life; lecture notes, speeches...

 
Walsh (James P.) Papers

The James P. Walsh papers document the professional work of San José State University Emeritus Professor of History. The collection consists of chapter drafts, subject files, photographs and draft copies of his and which document the history of SJSU.

 
Walsh (James R.) sketchbook

The James R. Walsh sketchbook (SAFR 14314, HDC 107) is comprised of 42 pages of captioned sketches of people, mostly passengers of the ZEALANDIA or the CITY OF SYDNEY. Also there are depictions of places such as Honolulu, Tutuila Islands,...

Walsh (Matthew Joseph) collection

Contains news clippings, photographic prints and negatives, an original manuscript, journal and newspaper articles. Business correspondence, although fragmentary, was kept between 1928-1954.

 
Walsh (Robert) Files on Southeast Asian Refugee Resettlement and Education

This collection comprises materials accumulated during Walsh's involvement with the Overseas Refugee Program for Southeast Asian refugees in the Philippines and Thailand, and also materials that he collected regarding the education and resettlement of Southeast Asians in the United States....

 
Walsh (Stuart P.) collection

The Stuart P. Walsh collection (HDC 1320, SAFR 21383) consists of logbooks; letters and newspaper clippings, a Coast Guard operator's license and photographs.

 
Walsh (Warren Bartlett) translations

Diary of A. Balk, prefect of police of Petrograd, 1917, relating to the February Russian Revolution, and correspondence between Nicholas II, tsar of Russia, and P. A. Stolypin, president of the Council of Ministers of Russia, 1906-1911, relating to political...

 
Walsworth Family Papers

Correspondence, diaries, Mss., scrapbooks and clippings of Presbyterian minister Edward Brown Walsworth and his wife, relating to their voyage around the Horn in the Trade Wind, 1852; life in San Francisco, Marysville and Oakland; voyage to Hawaii, 1858; visit to...

 
Walt Disney Productions

Walt and Roy Disney founded the Walt Disney Company in ca. 1923. The Disney company starting producing feature-length animated films in the 1930s and went on to become a leader in both animation film production and family entertainment. The...

 
Walt Disney Productions and Walt Disney ephemera

This small collection of Walt Disney and Disney Company related ephemera consists of newsletters, posters, book jackets, clippings, prints, comic books, small books, drawings, and miscellaneous printed ephemera that feature Walt Disney-created characters. The material dates from the 1930s and...

 
Walt Disney Productions. Photographs relating to Walt Disney Productions animations [graphic]

Photos show various stages of animation production, including views of technicians, musicians, voice creators, meetings, etc. Photographs relating to the following animated films are included: Alice in wonderland, Sleeping Beauty, Bambi, Snow White, Cinderella, and The jungle book.

 
Walt Whitman collection : ms., circa 1876-circa 1890.

The bulk of items are literary manuscripts in the form of fragmentary working notes for Whitman's Specimen days & collect. Also includes correspondence or fragments of correspondence, miscellaneous notes, other papers related to his work, and a self-fashioned notebook containing...

 
Walt Whitman collection, circa 1880s-1890s

Collection of ephemera relating to Walt Whitman, including engraved portraits, publication and lecture notices, ca. 1880s-1890s. Gift of Charles E. Feinberg. Alpha list.

 
Walt Whitman engravings, late 19th century

Two framed engravings of Whitman, "From the Walt Whitman Collection of Charles E. Feinberg."

 
Walter (Alonzo J., Jr.) Motion Picture Film

Depicts German military and aerial operations, and German political leaders during World War II.

 
Walter Alvarez papers, circa 1970-2011

Research materials concerning the Cretaceous-Tertiary (KT) impact and mass extinction, audio cassettes of KT public lecture series, course notes, meeting programs and notes, research papers, correspondence, and other material.

 
Walter and May Dunn ledgers and class notebooks, circa 1895-1905.

Contains 6 and a 1/2 class notebooks for arithmetic, history, and science. Also contains 4 and a 1/2 ledgers.

 
Walter Augustus Starr map, 1934

Map , 1934, laid in Starr's Guide to the John Muir Trail… (Spec F868.S5 S75). Alpha list.

 
Walter B. Jones letters, 1878-1882, to Musidore Rowntree, A.L.S.

With remarkable attention to detail Walter Jones, in some 350 letters and postcards to his fiancee, Musidore Rowntree, describes mining operations, California political and social life, as well as his own personal life. He writes extensively of his work at...

 
Walter Bauer collection of poems, 1974 December 25

1 typescript collection of poems, "Letzte Postkartengedichte," signed by the author, Christmas 1974. Deaccession?

 
Walter Besant papers, 1875-1900.

Includes letters and a revised holograph manuscript of his story, Uncle Jack.

 
Walter C. Cambra collection of materials relating to Bram Stoker's Dracula, 1996-2012.

Contains unpublished writings by Walter C. Cambra concerning Bram Stoker's Dracula for the Bram Stoker Circle, many written in 1997 for the centennial. Titles include: "Selected Commentaries on Bram Stoker's Dracula," containing 7 essays; "Short Commentaries on Bram Stoker's Dracula,"...

 
Walter Charles Blasdale photograph archive [graphic].

Photographs show many views of wilderness areas and recreation areas in California, such as the Russian River, Sherwood, Harris Station, the Eel River, Hoopa Valley, Monterey, Mt. Shasta area, and unidentified forests (including logs and logging). A number of forest...

 
Walter D. Graham papers, [ca. 1920]

Notebooks and papers, mainly as member, San Francisco Fire Department, [ca. 1920]

 
Walter David Briggs diploma and licenses.

Diploma from U.C. College of Pharmacy and 2 state licenses.

 
Walter (David) collection

Serial issues, pamphlets, leaflets, newsletters, bulletins, and election campaign material, relating to libertarianism, and issued by the Libertarian Party and other libertarian organizations in the United States, including many state, local and campus libertarian groups, and by libertarian organizations in...

 
Walter De la Mare collection, 1918-1921.

Letters, mainly written to Bertram Lloyd, concerning the publication of De la Mare's poems in an anthology. Corrected typescript of his book of poems, Stuff and Nonsense, also included.

 
Walter E. and Eunice V.M. Dodds Sierra Club papers, 1940-1990.

Consists of materials gathered in the course of leading Sierra Club outings to Hawaii, Mexico, and other locations in the United States by Walter, Eunice and Edward Dodds. Also includes records of Sierra Club Outing and High-Light Committees, the Executive...

 
Walter E. Lammerts papers, 1937-1987.

Consists primarily of correspondence relating to the Creation Research Society and plant breeding. Also includes articles and notes by Lammerts.

 
Walter E. Rex collection of French prints [graphic].

Includes works by F. Boucher, C.N. Cochin, Desrais, [J.H.?] Fragonard, H. Gravelot, J.M. Moreau (le jeune), J.B. Oudry, Richard, [J.?] Vernet, and A. Watteau.

 
Walter E. Stoddard collection, circa 1910s-1950s

Correspondence, notes, clippings, and other California and Western-history related items, ca. 1910s-1950s, assembled by Sacramento resident and autograph collector Walter E. Stoddard. Also includes 1872 Bank of California check issued by the Mariposa Mill Company of Virginia, Nevada. Some items...

 
Walter Eugene Packard pictorial collection [graphic]

Carton 1 contains photos of Delhi, Calif.; Cowell Cement Study; and albums from Mexico.

 
Walter F. Vilas letters : Calif., to H.M. Vilas and Martin S. Vilas Burlington, Vt. : ALS, 1905-1906.

Contains letters from Walter F. Vilas to his father H.M. Vilas or his brother Martin S. Vilas, describing his move from Ore. to Calif., the San Francisco earthquake, the help of the University of Calif. students following the earthquake, and...

 
Walter G. Francis accounts, 1905-1919.

The account book, 1909-1910, reflects the partnership of W.G. Francis and G.H. Givens in a teaming business. The portfolio contains miscellaneous bills and receipts, 1905-1906.

 
Walter (H. A.) - India/Kashmir Photograph Album

Photo album with 252 b/w photos, mainly 1912-1916, most with fine detail, of H. A. Walter and family, mainly in India and Kashmir. Walker, who was from Connecticut, apparently was one of a number of YMCA missionary-like foreign work secretaries...

 
Walter H. Ratcliff architectual specifications and drawings, 1914-1959

Specifications and blueprints, including floor plans, elevations, sections and details for buildings designed by Walter H. Ratcliff and his firm Ratcliff and Ratcliff.

 
Walter H. Wiley papers, 1887-1909.

Five daily journals contain manuscript notes of where Wiley was working that day and on what project. Eight letterpress copy books contain copies of thousands of letters about all aspects of mines and mining.

 
Walter Hamady [Perishable Press] letter, 1968

One letter (ALS) re order , 1968. [Printers].

 
Walter, Harry William. Letters to Lester Anderson, 1845-1950.

Regarding his interests in writing and in socialism. Manuscripts and clippings of some of his poems and articles included.

 
Walter Howard papers relating to his biography of Luther Burbank, 1878-1942.

Contains correspondence and research materials used to create a biography of Luther Burbank, including a copy of an unpublished manuscript written by Donald F. Jones titled "The Life and Work of Luther Burbank."

 
Walter Hughes Henry papers, 1892-1935.

Consists of correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks and other personal ephemera. Correspondents include his sister, Elizabeth Stephenson, A.A. Jones, Ruberto Bevan, Bertram Martin Adams, Allen L. Chickering (for Miller and Lux), Charlotte Anith Whitney and William F. Knowland. Letters from Walter Hughes...

 
Walter L. Huber papers, 1883-1960 (bulk 1911-1952).

Contains summaries, reports, studies, photographs, newsletters and clippings covering engineering and water resources development projects in California that Huber was involved with. Photographs are of dam projects in Calif. and of buildings in the San Francisco Bay Area.

 
Walter Lantz Productions Collection of Music for Woody Woodpecker Cartoons and Other Productions

The bulk of the collection consists of materials related to the music production process at the Lantz Studios from 1951-70. Includes the holographs of scores, parts, and detail sheets for Woody Woodpecker cartoons and various commercials. Also includes music sketches,...

 
Walter Lantz Productions scripts and music cue sheets

Walter Lantz was an American cartoonist who is best remembered for the mischievous Woody the Woodpecker, a popular character who for many years appeared in cartoon shorts for theatres, and later on television. Universal Pictures bought the library of shorts...

 
Walter Macarthur papers, 1883-1944 (bulk 1913-1944).

The Walter Macarthur Papers contain materials of interest to researchers of the history of seaman's rights, maritime law, and labor movements. The bulk of the collection begins with Macarthur's service as U.S. Shipping Commissioner from 1913 to 1932, including substantial...

 
Walter (Mildred) Manuscripts and Papers

Mildred Walter (1896-1993) was a Spanish teacher in Los Angeles public high schools, and an avid fan of traditional Mexican costumes and folk dances. Mildred and her husband Keamer Walter danced in performances in Southern California in the 1950s and...

 
Walter Mondale Rally at Stanford

Video tapes of a political rally with Mondale at Stanford University, October 16, 1984.

 
Walter Morris Hart papers.

Notes, articles and publications concerning his interest and activity as a professor of English at U.C. Berkeley.

 
Walter P. Taylor journals, 1906-1967.

Concern Taylor's interest and activity as a mammalogist, conservationist, and curator of The U.C. Berkeley Museum of Vertebrate Zoology (1909-1916).

 
Walter S. Johnson papers, 1910-2009.

The bulk of the collection pertains to the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco and Johnson's work to save the building. Also included are professional papers documenting Johnson's career with American Forest Products Company and the Friden Calculating Maching...

 
Walter Schneider 72 Alpha Helix BSIP I, II, III, 1972 [motion picture]

This one reel color silent film documents an expedition aboard R/V Alpha Helix. R/V Alpha Helix was a floating biological laboratory operated by the Scripps Institution of Oceanography from 1966-1980. This film includes footage of R/V Alpha Helix at port...

 
Walter Scott Weeks papers, 1931-1946.

Material relating to the publication of articles on mining devices and service as University Marshal; and manuscripts of ballads and articles. Included are letters from the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, the Engineering and Mining Journal, Allan H....

 
Walter Van Tilburg Clark papers, 1945-1946.

Two letters to A.B. Hanson, Jr., 1946, and uncorrected galley proofs of his novel, The City of Trembling Leaves.

 
Walter Wadsworth Bradley papers, 1888-1949.

Correspondence, both personal and relating to the California Division of Mines. Field notes, manuscripts and miscellaneous papers including reports, etc., for various scientific groups of which he was a member. Considerable material for Masonic orgnaizations, including Order of the Eastern...

 
Walter Wadsworth Bradley photograph collection [graphic].

Includes views of Bradley's student days at U.C. Berkeley, aftermath of the 1923 fire in Berkeley, San Francisco Bay Area views including Bay Bridge construction and the Embarcadero, many views relating to mining, mining engineering and equipment in California and...

 
Walter Winchell correspondence regarding Rube Goldberg, 1959.

Contains four letters concerning Rube Goldberg being awarded the "The Silver Lady," including a letter from Goldberg thanking Winchell for his kind words.

 
Walter Wohlfeiler papers

The collection is comprised of documents relating to the deportation of Jews living in Vienna, Austria for Poland. It includes a cover letter, instructions for deportation, and blank forms that deportees were required to complete. Deportation order is dated October...

 
Walter Z. O'Connell curriculum vitae, circa 1987

Vitae/bibliography; Audiocassettes

 
Walters (Ray P.) writings

Report and memoir, relating to conditions in Romania at the end of World War II; and to the Second International Technical Congress of the World Engineering Conference, Cairo, 1949, especially to activities of communist delegates.

 
Walters (Richard F.) Papers

Richard F. Walters served as Professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Davis. The collection contains reports dealing with campus and system-wide computer issues, research on computers, correspondence, drafts, and manuals.

 
Walther (Oskar) correspondence

Relates to German military operations during World War I. Includes some correspondence of other family members.

 
Walther Rathenau, 1919

(1867-1922). Publisher's flyer, in German, with biography and list of works by German industrialist, politician, writer, and statesman Walther Rathenau. Laid in Kritik der Dreifachen Revolution: Apologie (1919). Alpha list.

 
Walton Bean papers, [ca. 1946-1976]

Files include some correspondence, copies of student papers, class material, lecture notes, Mss, reprints of writings, research files, etc.

 
Walton Family photographs, 1907

4 glass plate negatives of the 50th anniversary of the Waltons, said to have run the first drygoods store in Santa Barbara.

 
Walton (Jean) Papers

The Jean Walton Papers consists of articles, correspondence, and periodicals used to inform the establishment of the Women's Studies program at The Claremont Colleges and chronicles the history of Intercollegiate Women's Studies of The Claremont Colleges.

 
Walton Van Loan diaries : ms.S, 1854, 1856 & 1858.

Pocket diaries kept by a clerk for Le Count & Strong, booksellers and stationers, San Francisco. In June, 1856, he left to return, via the Isthmus, to his home in New York State.

 
Wanamaker (Marc) collection of scripts

The Marc Wanamaker collection of scripts spans the years circa 1937-1955 and encompass 3 linear feet. There are more than 50 film scripts and a half dozen television scripts collected by the donor....

 
Wanda Roehr Foundation motion picture film

Depicts the effects of the German bombing of Warsaw, September 1939. Collected by the Wanda Roehr Foundation.

 
Wanderbird (yacht) logbooks and papers

Wanderbird (yacht) logbooks and papers (SAFR 16464, HDC 181) includes six rough logs and various loose pages that record weather conditions, location, passengers and other vessels as well as humourous entries for events and occurences. Warwick Tomkins was the master...

 
Wang (Fanxi) Correspondence

Relates to activities of Trotskyist political groups in China and the United States, and analysis of political conditions in China and elsewhere. Consists primarily of letters received from the American Trotskyist C. Frank Glass

 
Wang (Guanquan) page proofs

Relates to the life of the Chinese communist leader Qu Qiubai and his role in the Chinese communist movement from 1921 until his death in 1935. Published under the same title (T'ien-chin shih, 1989). Includes handwritten corrections. Photocopy.

 
Wang (Sheng) papers

Diaries and writings, relating to Taiwanese military policy, and to confidential relations between Taiwan and the People's Republic of China.

 
Wang (Yue-che) papers

Memoirs, correspondence, reports, military documents, personal documents, and photographs, relating to West German military assistance to Taiwan.

 
Wang (Zuorong) papers

Memoirs, other writings, notes, handbooks, and printed matter, relating to political and economic conditions in Taiwan.

 
Wangenheim (Julius) Papers

This collection contains Julius Wangenheim’s personal and professional papers that pertain to his involvement in local banking and politics, and his interests in book collecting and sundials.

 
Wanniski (Jude) papers

Acquired in 2008, the Jude Wanniski papers in the Hoover Institution Archives document the career of a journalist and consultant who, from the early 1970s until his death in 2005, sought to influence both popular opinion and the political establishment...

 
Wanted Posters, 1911-1917

49 items of small posters, bulletins, real photo postcards, all describing persons, primarily men, wanted for specific crimes; issued by American federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, the military, and private detective agencies.

 
Wanted posters received, 1921-1925.

Includes wanted posters, correspondence about fugitives, and related material, much of which is accompanied by original photographs.

 
War Eagle Hotel account books : Silver City, Idaho, 1906-1916.

V. 1, receipts from guests, 1906 (with later school notes by Leona, daughter of John Grete, owner); v. 2-3, ledger and cashbook, 1913-1916; v. 4, check and deposit register, 1915-1916.

 
War ephemera collection, 1914-1945

This collection contains war posters and pamphlets from World War I and World War II.

 
War flags of the California volunteers : and related material : ms., ca. 1960.

History of the battle flags displayed in the State Capitol, under which California troops fought in the Civil War, Spanish-American War and World War I; with copy of Senate Concurrent Resolution, Apr. 1, 1960, authorizing publication of a brief history....

 
War History Committee for Los Angeles County Records, 1914-1921

Los Angeles County region. World War I information. Lists of enlistees and inductees by local boards, and some lists include addresses and nearest relatives. Correspondence of the committee, and biographies and photos of veterans of the war, including those who...

 
War History Committee of California Records

This collection consists of completed survey forms that the War History Committee sent to veterans of World War I.

 
War Memorabilia Collection

The War Memorabilia Collection focuses on United States wars from The American Revolution through World War II.

 
War Propaganda Collection

The War Propaganda Collection measures 6.75 linear feet and dates from 1861 to 1991. The collection is arranged in five series: Civil War, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam, Desert Storm and although a majority of the material is from...

 
War Relocation Authority Collection

The War Relocation Authority (WRA) was created on March 18, 1942, by Executive Order of the President, No. 9102. This new civilian agency was to be responsible for "the relocation (of evacuees) in appropriate places, providing for their needs in...

War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese-American Evacuation and Resettlement

The War Relocation Authority (WRA) records represent the official documentation of the United States agency created to assume jurisdiction over the Japanese and Japanese Americans evacuated from California, Oregon, and Washington by the Western Defense Command, the Fourth Army, and...

 
War Relocation Authority records

The collection contains material used by Carey McWilliams in writing the book, Prejudice: Japanese Americans, symbol of racial intolerance (Little, Brown, 1944). It includes U.S. War Relocation Authority records, confidential reports, bibliographies, clippings and compilations of articles, legal papers, correspondence...

 
War Resisters League collection, circa 1942-1946

Seven pamphlets, American and British, most issued or reprinted by the War Resisters League (NY), including a biography of the organization; also the Central Board for Conscientious Objectors (London). Provenance unknown. Alpha list.

 
Warburg (James Paul) typescript

Relates to allegations that the German Nazi Party had received financial support from American bankers, including one "Sidney Warburg."

 
Ward (Barbara E.) papers

Notes, anthropological field study data, writings, correspondence, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to the Tanka boat people of Hong Kong, ethnology of other Southeast Asian peoples, and the Chinese opera.

 
Ward (Edward) Collection

Collection consists of conductor's scores and/or sketches, in manuscripts or copies, for The singing bandit, Cobra woman, Where were you?, Broadway serenade, Kit Carson, Climax, Men of Texas, South of Pago Pago, My son, my son, It never rains in...

 
Ward (F. Champion) papers

Memoirs, reports, memoranda, and printed matter, relating to education in India, and to educational assistance programs of the Ford Foundation and other agencies directed toward underdeveloped countries.

 
A. Ward Fenton review, circa 1885, n.d.

[Civil War Union Captain, 6th Ohio Cavalry, Co. B]. One handwritten review of Major H. B. McClellan's Life of J.E.B. Stuart of the Confederate Cavalry, ca 1885, and an undated clipping of Stuart's death notice.

 
Ward (Florence Nightingale) Papers

The collection contains correspondence and two homeopathic medical kits.

 
Ward Jr. (Charles T.) Reminiscences

These reminiscences were written by Charles Ward himself and first published in an annual newsletter of Society of California Pioneers in 1941. They begin with his journey to California from his home in Boston aboard the English Steamer “Unicorn.” He...

 
Ward (Lincoln) Collection

In his capacity as president of the Industrial Association of the San Fernando Valley, Lincoln Ward, of the Pacific Telephone Company, and Joseph Staller, of the Southern California Gas Company, conducted a series of weekly interviews over radio station KCSN....

 
Ward (Michael P.) Papers

Manuscripts, photocopies of typescripts, and reprints documenting Michael Ward's medical and geographical investigations in the Bhutan Himalayas....

 
Ward (Robert Edward) papers

Reports, studies, memoranda, minutes, correspondence, pamphlets, and other printed matter, relating to area studies and foreign language studies in the United States, education to promote international understanding, and American-Japanese cultural relations.

 
Ward (Vernon) Papers

Poetry typescript and letter proposing the publication of a volume of poetry by Vernon Ward, 1949. Ward was a poet and English professor at East Carolina University (North Carolina) who later founded the literary journal, .

 
Warde (Frederick B.) Prompt Book Collection

Frederick B. Warde (1851-1935) was a actor who first appeared on stage in a minor part in at the Lyceum Theatre in Sunderland, England in 1867. He went on to perform in successive seasons at the Theatre Royal in Glasgow,...

 
Warden (A. A.) writings

Writings, entitled On the Firing-Line of Thought, 1914-1924 (1924), and Masters of Medicine and War : A Retrospect (ca. 1929), relating to the pacifist movement and the responsibilities of the medical profession in relation to it.

 
Warder (Michael) Collection

Files relating to Michael Warder's participation in the Unification Church, mainly as editor of the New York based newspaper . Included are legal files relating to various activities of the church and its tax exempt status.

 
Wardlaw (Ana) papers

Drafts and research notes for a study, entitled Key People in Satellite Countries, 1944-1955, relating to the communist leadership in Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Albania, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary.

 
Ward-Perkins Family Papers

Primarily correspondence relating to the Ward and Perkins families of Boston, New York and elsewhere. Other families who figure prominently in the papers are the Barkers, the Howards, and the Bruens. Many letters from noteworthy individuals outside of the family...

 
Ware (Harriet) Collection

The collection consists of a scrapbook by an unknown creator, which contains news clippings, programs and other announcements about Harriet Ware, her music, and her performances. It also includes a phonograph recording and correspondence from Leila Sherman concerning the donation...

 
Warfield, Alexander. Papers, 1850-1861.

Collection consists of correspondence, receipts, contracts, promissory notes, memoranda, business accounts, records, and lists created by or directed to Alexander Warfield, Albert C. Boone, and associates. Materials deal with business and conditions in Indian Territory (Oklahoma), Missouri, Kansas, Texas, and...

 
Warga (Wayne) papers

Collection contains the papers of Wayne Warga (1937-1994), an entertainment reporter and ghostwriter. His papers include correspondence, research files, novel galleys and typescripts, and taped interviews. He wrote about John Wayne, Natalie Wood, Aaron Spelling and Charles Rosendahl, along with...

 
Waring (James) Poetry manuscripts

Typescripts of work published in THE FLOATING BEAR....

 
Waring (Richard) - Miller & Lux Collection

The Waring Miller & Lux Collection consists of Stanislaus County Recorder, Richard Waring's notes on Henry Miller and Charles Lux together with a copy of the Decree of Distribution of their estate (1900)....

 
Warlick (James B.) typescript

Relates to the development of Marxist-Leninist thought regarding Asia and other colonial areas. Photocopy.

 
Warlimont (Walter) writings

Relates to the political role of the German officer corps under national socialism, and to allegations by General Alfred Jodl that W. Warlimont was guilty of war crimes.

 
Warne (William E.) Collection

The William E. Warne Papers document the breadth and duration of Warne's multifaceted career as a leading federal and California state official specializing in water reclamation, water resource issues, natural resources, and international as well as domestic development; as...

 
Warne (William E.) Papers

Primarily speeches by Warne during his tenure as Director of the California Dept. of Water Resources, 1961-1966; also includes miscellaneous correspondence and articles written by Warne during this period. Arranged chronologically....

 
Warner & Gray Inc. drawings of the El Mirasol condominiums

The Warner & Gray Inc. drawings of the El Mirasol condominiums span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1950 to circa 1990. The collection is composed of four architectural drawings, three original and one reprographic copy. Drawings include three...

 
Warner Brothers Studios Music Collection

A brief initial view of the collection presents 390 boxes of music used for silent film, including printed dance band arrangements (scores and parts), sheet music, and other published and some unpublished music; 137 boxes of sheet music, choral editions,...

 
Warner (Daniel) Papers

Diaries, correspondence, manuscripts, photographs, videocassettes and personal information, 1980-1994, of Daniel P. Warner, AIDS educator and co-founder of the Los Angeles Shanti Foundation. Materials in this collection primarily concern Warner's experience living with HIV and AIDS from the 1980s to...

 
Warner family diaries, 1864.

Typed transcripts of diaries of Mary Eliza Warner, Mar. 28 - July 27, 1864, and of Mary Elizabeth P. Warner, Apr. 7 - June 27, 1864, while on overland journey to California with members of their family in party under...

 
Warner Family Letters, 1871-1901.

Letters written by Mr. and Mrs. William Warner of Sweetland, Calif. to family members

 
Warner Family Papers

Letters written by Mr. and Mrs. William Warner of Sweetland, Calif. to family members....

 
Warner (Gordon) photograph collection

Depicts American military officials and visiting American and Japanese officials in the Ryukyu Islands.

 
Warner Hutton house, Saratoga, Calif. [graphic]

Exterior and interior views of the Hutton house (built ca. 1896), taken Apr 14, 1988. The house was scheduled for relocation in Saratoga in 1989 or 1990 in connection with the State Highway Route 85 alignment project.

 
Warner (Iva) Papers

Balancing an integrated program to maintain environmental quality along Coastal California, Iva May Warner faced nearly insurmountable odds for over a decade. Joining two former Feinstone Award (the Sol Feinstone Environmental Award, given by State University of New York) recipients,...

 
Warner (William Jack) Collection

This collection is chiefly comprised of photographs documenting World War II collected by William Jack Warner, a lieutenant in the U.S. Army during the war. Some of the photographs were taken by Warner and some were possibly taken by German...

 
Warner (Willis H.) Papers

This collection documents the activities of Willis H. Warner, who was a member of the Orange County Board of Supervisors for 24 years, including the activities of the Board of Supervisors and numerous Orange County governmental units from the 1930s...

 
Warner's Ranch Collection

The collection consists of records relating to the area of land in Valle de San Jose in San Diego County known commonly as “Warner’s Ranch.”

 
Warrant book and related items : ms.S, 1850-1856.

Warrant book containing stubs of warrants no. 1-341, issued and signed by Edwin D. Wheeler, June 14-Dec. 23, 1850.

 
Warren A. Snyder linguistic notes on Maidu and Patwin languages, 1968-1970.

This collection consists of a card file containing a Maidu word list and notes on River Patwin morphology, phonemics and phonetics compiled by Warren Arthur Snyder.

 
Warren B. James papers, 1931-1965.

Collection consists of reports, plans, drawings, photographs, and slides relating to Warren B. James' engineering work on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge in the 1930s and the following other bridge projects in Northern and Southern California: San Gabriel School District...

 
Warren (Charles) Papers

Charles Warren, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member, 1963-1977. The bill files document his legislative activity during his terms as a member of the California State Legislature.

 
Warren Charles Perry papers, [ca. 1900-196-?].

Project files, including architectural drawings (on linen and tissue, and blueprints), specifications, and correspondence. Includes several files relating to projects done for the University of California, Berkeley.

 
Warren (Dennis) sound recording collection

Speeches and debates, featuring George Lincoln Rockwell and other American right-wing spokesmen, relating to race relations, fascism and right-wing politics in the United States.

 
Warren, Earl Collection of materials concerning Earl Warren and the Berkeley campus.

Includes issues of the Kern County High School Oracle (1907 and 1908); photograph of the Kern County High School Class of 1908; photograph of the Kern County High School baseball team of 1908; dance card for the University of California,...

 
Warren (Earl) Papers

The Earl Warren Papers are the first major collection of a California governor's administrative and personal papers to be deposited in the State Archives. Except for provisions covering specific classes of records--original laws, proclamations, pardons, commutations, and reprieves, extraditions, etc.--California...

 
Warren Fletcher papers, 1848.

Journal (Jan. 2-July 15, 1849) of passage, Boston to San Francisco, in bark Elvira; items of membership, New England Associated California Pioneers of '49 and a few family items.

 
Warren G. Harding correspondence microfilmed from the Hiram Johnson papers, 1920-1922.

Originals in the Hiram Johnson papers, C-B 581 Pt. III in the Bancroft Library.

 
Warren (Gerald L.) Papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, press releases, press conference transcripts, press summaries, photographs, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to American foreign and domestic policy during the presidential administrations of Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford, the Watergate affair, and...

Warren (Gerald L.) Papers, White House Special Files, 1971-1972

Gerald Warren was the Deputy Press Secretary to the President. Much of the material in this file group consists of communication with the Press Secretary, Ronald Ziegler.

 
Warren (Gerald) Papers

Papers of Gerald Lee Warren, deputy press secretary during the Nixon and Ford administrations and editor (1975-1995) of the SAN DIEGO UNION. The collection contains Warren's office files from the editorial department of the UNION and includes subject files, correspondence,...

 
Warren Gregory papers, circa 1884-1958.

Personal and business correspondence, clippings, and miscellaneous publications relating to the activities and interests of attorney and U.C. Berkeley faculty member Warren Gregory, family members, and friends. Includes California bar exam questions with corresponding composition answer books. Agencies represented in...

 
Warren Hussey papers, 1879-1920.

Concerning banking and mining interests in the West. Diaries of December, 1879-December, 1886, describe trips to New York and business travels in Colorado, California, Washington, and particularly northern Idaho. A memorandum book evidently dates from 1886; an account book includes...

 
Warren (James L. La Fayette) Papers

James Lloyd La Fayette Warren (1805-1896) was the editor for , and helped establish the California State Agricultural Society. The collection consists of correspondence, editorials, accounts and receipts, clippings, manuscripts, and a list of subscribers pertaining to Warren's editorship of...

 
Warren (James L.) Papers

Correspondence, accounts, manuscripts and clippings. Relate mainly to Warren's activities as editor of the California Farmer. Also included are papers pertaining to the ship, Sweden, and the Sweden Mining Company, the Sacramento Railroad Company, the California State Agricultural Society and...

 
Warren L. Hanna papers, 1671-1989 (bulk 1937-1983)

The Warren L. Hanna Papers contain materials related to Hanna's interest in the controversy surrounding the site of Sir Francis Drake's landing on the western coast of North America in 1579. The collection includes several drafts of Lost Harbor, Hanna's...

 
Warren (Lansing) papers

Diary and memoirs, relating to the American ambulance service in France during World War I, and to conditions in France at the time of its capitulation in World War II.

 
Warren Olney III papers, 1895-1973 (bulk 1954-1969)

Consists of speeches made by Warren Olney III, with a small amount of correspondence, including letters to and from Thurgood Marshall. Other Olney material includes one speech by Warren Olney, Jr. and a letter to him from William D. Mitchell,...

 
Warren Sadler journal, reminiscences and miscellaneous papers, 1849-1867.

Journal of Lockport, N.Y. gold prospector (Sept. 1849 - Sept. 1850) with comments on Sacramento (merchants, "water lots," and flood of Jan. 1850); mining camp life in Placer, Nevada, El Dorado and Sutter counties; travels in the state; encounters with...

 
Warren (Stafford L.) papers

Stafford Leak Warren (1896-1981) was the director of the Atomic Energy Project at the University of Rochester (1943) and worked on the Manhattan Project. After the war, Warren came to UCLA to serve as dean of the School of Medicine...

 
Warren T. Sexton Collection, 1850-1878.

Correspondence, records of proceedings of Democratic Party at district conventions in Butte County, abstract of vote (Butte County, 1853-54), bills, receipts, business papers

 
Warren (Tatjana M.) papers

This collection contains correspondence between Tatjana M. Warren and German poets Helmut Maria Soik and Ernst Meister. The collection also contains some manuscripts of Meister's and Soik's works.

 
Warren (Viola L.) Papers

Viola Lockhart Warren (1896- ) was a lecturer on medical history in the UCLA Department of History (1953-58) and wrote about early California for children and early California medical men. She was also the assistant editor for the (1918-20), did...

 
Warren W. Unna correspondence relating to his book, The Coppa Murals (S.F. 1952), 1951-1952.

Letters from Gelett Burgess, Edwin Emerson, James M. Hopper, Idwal Jones, Barbara Newberry (concerning Perry Newberry) and Martha Ewing-Newcome (concerning Isabel Fraser Chamberlain) Covering letter to James D. Hart.

 
The Warrens : four personal views : oral history transcript / and related material, 1970-1976.

Copies of photographs included. Copies of documentary material and clippings inserted of appended. Earl Warren Job Hunting at the Legislature, a brief interview with Horace Albright narrating an incident occuring in 1919; Earl Warren's Friend and Biographer, an interview with...

 
Warsaw uprising motion picture film

Relates to the German occupation of Warsaw during World War II, and to the Warsaw uprising of 1944.

 
Wartime activities of William Bowers Bourn

Narrative account of Bourn's work with the Friends of France, which funded ambulance units, and the American League of California, with extensive quotes from Bourn's correspondence, 1914-1918, including Stanford students who were serving on ambulance units in France. Also included...

 
A wartime journey : from Ottumwa, Iowa to the Richmond shipyards, 1942 : oral history transcript / 1985.

She recalls leaving her children in Iowa as she joined her first husband in the Richmond shipyards, her work as a welder there, her romance with her crew's leaderman, Ray Cathey, and the general spirit of the times, including her...

 
Warton (Robert G.) Papers

Lieutenant Colonel Robert Gardner Warton of the Staff College, Camberly (F.R.G.S.) was the first Englishman in North Rhodesia (Zambia). He undertook three expeditions between 1892-1898, successfully receiving land concessions which he brought to the British Commissioner, and which were among...

 
Washburn & Sons collection on Pest Control

This collection contains publications, photographs, and other material regarding pest control research and services during the early-mid 1900s. Primarily includes publications pertaining to plant disease and pest control in the citrus industry by researchers such as Henry J. Quayle and...

 
Washburn (Frank Layton) (1867-1950) Collection, ca.1900-1935

Photographs, negatives. Washburn was an inspector for the gas and electric company in Los Angeles; some photos document the company's work. Collection includes Los Angeles Chinatown photos, ca.1902-05.

 
Washburn (Henry) photographs and scrapbooks

This collection contains Henry Washburn's photographs of the 1938 Watsonville flood, High School Forestry classes and Farm Bureau activities. Also included are five scrapbooks of newspaper clippings documenting farming activities in Santa Cruz County.

 
Washburn (J.) Civil War Letter

One four-page Civil War letter (ALS) from J. Washburn to his brother, defending the Confederacy, about a month after the attack on Fort Sumter. Washburn had recently visited his brother, possibly in Princeton, and he describes at length the opposing...

 
Washburn (S. L.) Papers

S. L. Washburn papers contain correspondence, writings, research notes, lectures, speeches, field notes, biographical information and photographs relating to his career in physical anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley. Correspondence is mainly professional with colleagues at Berkeley, in the...

 
Washington Apple Pi collection

Washington Apple Pi is a non-profit Apple user group in Washington, D.C., and has published a newsletter since 1979. This collection contains most issues from 1980-1999. In addition, Washington Apple Pi exchanged issues with many other user groups, and these...

 
Washington brothers portraits [graphic]

1: Portrait of one of the Washington brothers at about age 2, wearing a dress and holding a large cap. -- 2: Portrait of two brothers standing next to each other, in trousers and jackets buttoned to the neck, holding...

 
Washington (George) Bicentennial Collection

24 folders of booklets issued by the United States George Washington Bicentennial Commission, Washington, D.C.

 
Washington (Harold George) collection

Depicts social conditions, railroads, and Allied troops in Siberia and Manchuria during the Russian Revolution. Includes some postcards of buildings and war damage in France.

 
Washington, James Melvin: Papers

James Washington (1948-1997) received his B.A. from the University of Tennessee, Master of Theological Studies from Harvard Divinity School and his M.Phil. and Ph.D. from Yale University (1979). The title of his dissertation is. An ordained Baptist minister, he served...

 
Washington Mining Company records, [1869-1882]

Accounts, Mar. 13, 1869 - Sept., 1882, for gold and silver mining and milling company in Mariposa Co., Calif.

 
Washington miscellany, circa 1858-1930.

Includes letters from Kimball Webster (1828-1916) concerning his journey from Oregon to Washington; and letter of John Broyles concerning white penetration of the area near Kendall, Wash.

 
Washington miscellany, circa 1878-1884.

Letters notes, and information concerning Washington state, its history and commerce. Each item cataloged separately; search under title: Washington Miscellany.

 
Washington newspaper miscellany, 1877-1884.

Two letters to H.H. Bancroft, Seattle, 1884, by A.A. Denny and Charles Prosch, about the Post-Intelligencer; brief notes concerning the Seattle Chronicle and Puget Sound Weekly Argus; and clippings on Washington history from the Snohomish Northern Star, 1877-1879.

 
Wass & Chard drawing of the Mrs. Mary R. Dennison house

The Wass & Chard drawing of the Mrs. Mary R. Dennison house spans 3 linear feet and dates from circa 1920 to circa 1990. The collection consists of one architectural drawing in the form of a blueprint. Drawing depicts a...

Wasserburg (Gerald J.) papers

The scientific and personal correspondence, organizational and government files, NASA files including Apollo missions and lunar sample analysis, notebooks, biographical materials and audiovisual materials of Gerald J. Wasserburg (b. 1927) form the collection known as the Gerald J. Wasserburg Papers...

 
Wassiltschikow (Lydia) typescript

Relates to social conditions in Russia before and during World War I and the Russian Revolution. German-language version published as Verschwundenes Russland (Vienna, 1980). Photocopy.

 
Waste (James) collection

Film of relief efforts in Armenia, circa 1917, and of the 1924 Olympic Games.

 
Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society collection, circa 1940s-1970s

Tracts and pamphlets by the Jehovah's Witnesses publishers, with titles such as: "End of Axis Powers," "God and State," and "Refugees."

 
Water engineering consulting reports, 1925-1946.

Includes reports on purchase of water in Owens Valley by Los Angeles, value of property of the Hillside Water Company in Inyo County, the All-American Canal in Imperial Valley, return waters from irrigation, damage to property in Needles, California by...

 
Water Resources Control Board Records

The Records of the Water Resources Control Board span the years 1949 to 2006 and contain approximately 145.5 cubic feet of textual records, as well as audiovisual materials such as audiocassette tapes, CD-Rom, and Floppy Disks. The records were created...

 
Water rights and legal issues at the East Bay Municipal Utility District, 1951-1983 /

A graduate of the Boalt School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, and attorney for the East Bay Municipal Utility District, John B. Reilly talks about the Alameda County Public Defender's Office under Willard Shea; litigation and negotiation for Mokelumne...

 
Water rights and legal issues at the East Bay Municipal Utility District, 1951-1983 : oral history transcript / 1997.

A graduate of the Boalt School of Law, University of California, Berkeley, and attornbey for the East Bay Municipal Utility District, John B. Reilly talks about the Alameda County Public Defender's Office under Willard Shea; litigation and negotiation for Mokelumne...

 
Water rights on the Mokelumne river and legal issues at the East Bay Municipal Utility District, 1927-1966 : oral history transcript / 1997.

Harold Raines, holder of a J.D. degree from the University of California, for many years Attorney for the East Bay Municipal Utility District, discusses the District's early years, water law and right of condemnation; negotations for Mokelumne River water, and...

Water Supply Methods in California Missions, 1945 - Views Related to

This collection of 27 photographic prints and one blueprint consists primarily of views related to the irrigation of California mission land. The photographs were taken or collected by Frank Adams (1875-1967), a University of California, Berkeley professor who specialized in...

 
Water supply, water rights and other legal issues at the East Bay Municipal Utility District, 1972-1993 : oral history transcript / 2003.

Childhood in Arizona and southern California; Stanford University, B.A., 1964; Hastings College of the Law, J.D., 1967; U.S. Air Force, 1967-1972; contracts, military justice, other legal work; East Bay Municipal Utility District, 1972-1993: water rights, utilities and environmental law; preserving...

 
Watercolor and sketch of residence at 160 Stonewall Road, Berkeley, Calif. [graphic] /

Residence, for a short time during World War II, of the artist and his family.

 
Watercolor impressions of the twenty one California Spanish missions [graphic]

Exterior views of Spanish missions and their surroundings; some showing various stages of delapidation.

 
Watercolor of a fort, undated

[Unidentified]. Watercolor, U.S. flag flying, mountains in background, n.d.. [Oversize boxed].

 
Watercolor Sketches of Nazca Design

This collection consists of 82 watercolors on paper, taken mainly from Nazca pottery.

 
Watercolors from the William H. Meyers letters, manuscripts and drawings [graphic].

Watercolors depict a single-masted American sailing ship (presemably the sloop Cyane, on which Meyers served) and various illustrations of people in a comical, cartoonish style. These include a self portrait of Meyers captioned "William loafing a bundle," a procession of...

 
Watercolors of birds on the Pacific slope

Various birds from California and Mexico, identified by scientific and common name.

 
Watercolors of Mexico and Panama [graphic].

Views depicts Acapulco (water, mountains, buildings, people), a mountain scene near Zumpango (including a horse, rider, and roadside cross), a mountain scene in western Mexico (showing huts, people, a roadside cross, etc.) and two scenes at the Chagres River, Panama...

 
Watercolors of old california buildings [graphic]

Images include Spanish Church in Los Angeles; house in Sycamore Canyon, Ranch near Mesa, Spanish house, and Adobe House, Santa Barbara; and Powder House Village, Santa Cruz,

 
Waterfront docks and lumber-yards, Eureka, Calif. [graphic] /

Includes one composite view of an overview of Excelsior's lumber-yard below a view of the yard's waterfront. Also pictured is a smaller waterfront operation, with wooded hills in background, and a view of a dock with a small steam train...

 
Waterfront Employer's Union of San Francisco circulars, releases and correspondence : typescript, 1934-1938.

Contains circulars, press releases and correspondence during and after the Pacific Coast Longshoremen's Strike in 1934, of the Waterfront Employer's Union of San Francisco and the Waterfront Employers Association. Correspondence between the International Longshoremen's Association and the Central Coast Committee...

 
Watergate letter, 1973

Photocopy of a letter (TLS) from Les Whitten to Harry [?] re Watergate era burn bags, together with a brown paper bag containing red printing: "FBI BURN BAG, FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY, PATRICK GRAY, ACTING DIRECTOR." Washington, D.C.

Waterhouse (Clark B.) Photograph Collection

The Clark B. Waterhouse Photograph Collection is comprised of 305 black and white photographs that were originally organized in a scrapbook. It is assumed that Waterhouse was the photographer of the collection, as the bulk of the photos are from...

 
Waterhouse (Ellis Kirkham) notebooks and research files

The archive documents the scholarly career of Ellis Waterhouse, art historian and museum director. A major part of the archive consists of notebooks, maintained from 1924 until his death in 1985, in which he recorded paintings seen in private and...

 
Waterhouse Family

The Waterhouse-Mills Family Papers is comprised of photographs of members of both the Waterhouse and Mills families, and two letter books and a diary written by three members of those families.

 
Waterman Family Papers

Papers of Robert W. Waterman, governor of California, 1887-1891, his wife Jane, and their six children. Included are letters, diaries, legal and financial records, account books, speeches and clippings. Some papers relate to his governorship and to politics. Letters...

Waterman (R. W.) - California Views ca. 1865-1900

The California Views from the R.W. Waterman Family Papers collection contains 164 photographic prints, 8 stereographs, and 3 cartes de visite taken circa 1865-1900. Perhaps as a reflection of Governor Waterman's interests and activities during his career throughout the state,...

 
Waterman (R. W.) papers

Consists of the papers of R. W. Waterman, including ephemera and women’s suffrage newspapers. Materials date from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Includes ephemera related to fraternal organizations and clubs within California. The types of ephemera in the...

 
Waterman (Wilhelm Hallet) Photograph Album

Photographs and postcards from his student days at Stanford; subjects include Frosh-Soph Tie-Up, the Big Game bonfire, athletic contests, the Cardinal Club (a student rooming house on campus), and groups of students. There are also several images of Santa Cruz,...

 
Waters (Chuck) Papers

Chuck Waters is an American stuntman and actor who has worked on more than 130 films, including , , , the Indiana Jones trilogy, and . The collection includes scripts, notes, photographs, stunt reels, articles, and ephemera relating to Waters'...

 
Waters (Frank), Book of the Hopi Manuscript

Contains materials dated from 1961-1963, including drawings and source material, contents page, introduction of the book and typed carbon of 525 pages of the manuscript. Contains two pages of the Hopi alphabet and a list of the Hopi Indian spokesmen...

 
Waters' Nickel Series Photographs of Stanford University

Collection consists of a published set of 15 small photographs of Stanford University with their original paper case. Images include various views of the inner quad, entrance gates on Palm Drive, the Mausoleum, Encina Hall, the Museum, front view of...

 
Waters (Norman) Papers

Norman S. Waters, Democrat, was a State Assembly Member from 1976 to 1990. The Norm Waters Papers consists of 13 cubic feet of textual records and spans the years 1978-1990. The collection is organized into the following series: Bill Files,...

 
The Waters off the coast of Southern California, March-July 1937

The accession consists of a two volume bound carbon typescript entitled, The Waters Off the Coast of Southern California, dated March to July 1937, by Harald Ulrik Sverdrup and Richard H. Fleming. The paper was published in 1941 in the...

Waters (R. J. and Co.) Views of Donner Lake, California, ca. 1915

The Views of Donner Lake, California album contains 16 photographic prints consisting of views of Donner Lake from various perspectives taken circa 1915. The album was created by R.J. Waters & Co., Photographers, for the Donner Lake Co. and many...

 
The waterways of Riven Rock[graphic] : the estate of Mr. Stanley R. McCormick, Montecito, Santa Barbara, California.

Views of the garden at the estate of Stanley McCormick in Montecito, primarily showing bridges, dams, pools, etc., along a creek.

 
Watkins (Carleton) collection of photographs

The collection consists of 136 photographs, with the majority being from Watkins's California mission series, Yosemite series, and pacific coast series. A few additional prints are from the Columbia River and Oregon series, studio portraits, and various images from the...

 
Watkins (Carleton E.) (1829-1916) Collection, ca. 1880

Twelve mounted photographs of California missions.

Watkins (Carleton E.) Arizona photographs

Included are views of yucca and cactus plants, desert landscapes, mines, Mission San Xavier, and the towns of Tucson, Tombstone, and Pantano, among others....

Watkins (Carleton E.) Collection of Photographs, ca. 1874-1890

The collection consists of 140 albumen prints on their original 22 x 28 inch mounts. The collection comprises views of the western United States including Upper Geyser Basin National Park, a rare set of images of Mammoth Hot Springs National...

Watkins (Carleton E.), Franciscan Missions of California by

The Franciscan Missions of California album contains 35 albumen prints taken by Carleton E. Watkins circa 1876-1882. Watkins probably began photographing the missions while returning from a trip to Southern California in 1876, during which he also photographed scenes along...

Watkins (Carleton E.) Hearst Mining Collection of Views, 1871-1876

The collection consists of 139 landscape views, 15 «" x 21", and nine 39" x 58" enlargements. Two of the latter are enlargements of smaller 15 «" x 21" photographs. The two remaining photographs in the collection are of the...

Watkins (Carleton E.), Logging Operations in Little River, California Photographs, ca. 1870

The Logging Operations in Little River, California collection contains 5 cartes de visite taken by Carleton E. Watkins circa 1870. The collection features early views of the vicinity of the lumber mill town of Little River, in Mendocino County, California,...

Watkins (Carleton E.) Mammoth Plate Landscape Photographs from the George Davidson Collection

Large format photographs of Western landscapes by C.E. Watkins and W.H. Jackson, collected by George Davidson. Watkins views include Mt. Lassen, Mt. Shasta (1870?), and Mt. Lola (1879), and various Yosemite views (1861-1869.) Jackson views are of Yellowstone National Park...

Watkins (Carleton E.) Mammoth Plate Photographs of Yosemite Valley

Yosemite views, with one image of the Columbia River, Oregon.

Watkins (Carleton E.) Mammoth Plate Views in California and Oregon

Chiefly views of Yosemite and Mendocino County, Calif., and some Oregon views.

Watkins (Carleton E.), Mendocino Coast, 1863

This collection features images taken in 1863 of lumbering activities along the Mendocino County Coast, north of San Francisco.

Watkins (Carleton E.) Miscellaneous Mammoth Plate Photographs

A miscellaneous grouping of mammoth plate photographic prints by or attributed to Carleton E. Watkins. Chiefly California landscape views.

Watkins (Carleton E.) Photographic Views of El Verano and Vicinity, Sonoma Valley, California

The collection consists of an album containing 133 albumen photographs of estates and the countryside of Sonoma Valley, California taken by Watkins in 1887 for the Sonoma Valley Improvement Company as a promotional tool.

Watkins (Carleton E.) Photographic Views of the Golden Gate Mining Claim [and the Golden Feather Mining Claim] Situated on Feather River, Butte County, Cal.

A portfolio of two related sets of riverbed mining views on the Feather River in Butte County, California. These views constitute C.E. Watkins' last known commercial commission and were taken in November, 1891.

Watkins (Carleton E.) Photographs of California Scenes: A Mammoth Plate Miscellany

A miscellany of mammoth plate landscape photographs assembled by The Bancroft Library from various sources. The great majority of images are by Carleton E. Watkins.

 
Watkins, Carleton E. Photographs of California scenes [graphic] : a mammoth plate miscellany /

Chiefly Yosemite views. Also includes San Francisco and vicinity and several California missions.

 
Watkins, Carleton E. Photographs of California scenes [graphic] : Yosemite mammoth plate views from the collection of J.J. O'Doran /

1: General view of Yosemite Valley from Inspiration Point -- 2: Last View from Mariposa Trail -- 3: Outline of Cathedral Rocks, from the River at foot -- 4: Bridal Veil Falls from hillside -- 5: Cathedral Spires--full front view...

 
Watkins, Carleton E. Photographs of the Darius O. Mills residence [graphic].

Photos show interiors (including decor and furniture) and the conservatory at the Darius O. Mills residence, presumably in Millbrae, Calif.

Watkins (Carleton E.), Photographs of the Mariposa Estate and Environs

The collection consists of thirty-two views taken in 1860 of John Charles Fremont's "Las Mariposas" estate in Mariposa County. Included are views of mines, mills, and mining towns of the California gold country, and several views of railroads in the...

 
Watkins, Carleton E. Photographs of Tombstone, Az., Virginia City, Nev., and California missions [graphic] /

Stereographs (from Watkins' new series) show three California missions: San Buenaventura (#4638) -- San Carlos Borromeo (unnumbered) -- San Juan Capistrano (#4623). Cabinet card photographs (from Watkins' new cabinet series) are captioned: -- Tombstone, Arizona (#4913) [showing general view of...

Watkins (Carleton E.) Photographs of Yosemite: with Additional Views of Mt. Shasta, Calif. and Cape Horn, Columbia River, Oregon

Twelve Yosemite views printed and issued by I.W. Taber, from original negatives taken by Carleton E. Watkins. To this set are added one view of the Columbia River and one of Mount Shasta, probably both taken by Watkins on his...

Watkins (Carleton E.) San Francisco Photographs, ca. 1872- ca. 1879

The San Francisco Photographs collection contains 13 albumen prints taken by Carleton E. Watkins circa 1872 to circa 1879. The collection features various views of San Francisco, and includes two prints (Nos. 11 and 12) which were originally taken as...

Watkins (Carleton E.) Scenic California

The Scenic California collection contains 14 mounted albumen prints taken circa 1885 by Carleton E. Watkins.

Watkins (Carleton E.) Selected Mammoth Plate Photographic Prints from the Keith McHenry Pond Collection

Mammoth plate California landscape views formerly belonging to artist William Keith. The majority of views are by photographer Carleton E. Watkins.

Watkins (Carleton E.) Stereo Views of the West, ca. 1865-ca. 1880

The Stereo Views of the West photograph collection consists of 75 stereographs taken by Carleton E. Watkins from circa 1865 to circa 1880. The photographs are arranged by and numbered with Watkins' series number. The collection includes views from the...

Watkins (Carleton E.) Stereographic Views from the Eugene Compton Collection

The Stereographic Views from the Eugene Compton Collection consists of 37 stereographic prints taken by Carleton E. Watkins during the years 1870-1885.

Watkins (Carleton E.) Sun Sketches of San Mateo

The Sun Sketches of San Mateo album contains 25 photographic prints taken by Carleton E. Watkins in 1875 featuring views of early San Mateo County. Especially featured is the Baywood residence and estate of financier John Parrott, built in 1868...

Watkins (Carleton E.) Views of San Francisco, Yosemite, and Monterey, ca. 1876 - ca. 1890

This collection consists of 16 albumen prints taken by Carleton E. Watkins, circa 1876-circa 1890. The photographs are part of "Watkins' New Boudoir Series Yo Semite and Pacific Coast." The collection consists primarily of architectural views of the San Francisco...

Watkins (Carleton E.) Yosemite Views, ca. 1876

The Yosemite Views collection includes 22 mounted albumen prints taken by Carleton E. Watkins circa 1876. The prints are part of "Watkins' New Boudoir Series Yo Semite and Pacific Coast." These general landscapes of Yosemite Valley include Cathedral Rocks, Vernal...

Watkins (Carleton E.) Yosemite Views from the Sierra Club Collection

Yosemite views in the mammoth plate format, chiefly taken by Carleton E. Watkins during his 1861 trip to the valley.

 
Watkins (Edwin A) Photograph Album

One volume contains photographs of Stanford, including the bonfire, football crowds in the Stanford stadium, the rooting section at games, fellow students Arthur G. Holmes and Leonard F. Wilbur, and various campus scenes; as well as postcards of Palo Alto...

 
Watkins Family photograph album, circa 1913

46 black and white photographs, some albumens, with images of a rural family, sev. of children, the farmstead, horses, buggies, new farm house, log cabins, mountains, waterfall, river, women with rifle and pistol in holster, antler stack, hay baling, and...

 
Watkins (Frances E.) Papers

Frances Emma Watkins, born December 27, 1899 and died circa 1987, was an anthropologist specializing in the American Southwest, publishing mostly in the 1930s and 1940s. Watkins was an employee of the Southwest Museum of the American Indian from 1930...

 
Watkins (Gordon and Anna) papers

This collection is comprised of manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, documents, certificates, and other material regarding Gordon and Anna Watkins from 1903-1971. Includes both personal and university related items. Material reflecting the Watkins' interest in the field of economics and his tenure...

 
Watkins (James T.) Papers

Writings, reports, memoranda, orders, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American military administration of Okinawa immediately after World War II. Entire collection also on microfilm (36 reels).

 
Watkins (James T.) Papers

Contents include correspondence, class materials, and files relating to university and political science department activities as well as to Stanford sports.

 
Watkins (Lee H.) Papers

Lee H. Watkins (1908-1972) served as an apicultural assistant for the University of California, Davis from 1952-1964. The collection contains correspondence, research notes, and research papers concerning early American beekeeping history. The collection also contains a series of correspondence and...

 
Watkins, Louis Douglass Letter, 1865 July 8

Holograph letter written at Louisville Head Quarters concerning the recruitment of Kentucky troops.

 
Watkins, (Louise Ward) Papers

The collection consists of letters, manuscripts (including 23 diaries, 1915-74), documents, 17 scrapbooks, and photographs related to the life and interests of Louise Ward Watkins.

 
Watkins (Ralph J.) Papers

Speeches and writings, studies, reports, memoranda, correspondence, notes, and printed matter, relating to economic planning in the U.S., Mexico, Ecuador, Egypt, India, Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan; and to Allied civil affairs administration in North Africa during World War II.

 
Watkins (Richard Howells) Collection

The collection contains correspondence, copies of short stories, articles, and screenplays by Watkins, as well as aviation files with photographs of WWI aces, early airplanes (Curtis, Martin, Le Perce-Packard, Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation, and others), ca. 1910s-1920 and images apparently shot...

 
Watkins (Susan E.) collection

Correspondence, postcards, leaflets, and miscellany, relating to civilian relief work in France during and after World War I, and especially to the work of Fatherless Children of France.

 
Watson and Moderwell Families Collection

The collection contains historical material relating to the Watson and Moderwell families, including a typescript family record of William Haymond (father of Rebeckah Haymond, who married Thomas Watson in 1813), with genealogical information and transcriptions of letters by Haymond, mainly...

 
Watson Blanchard letters : from Todd Valley, Calif. : ALS, 1864-1865.

Letters from Blanchard to his mother, Martha Blanchard, his brother Ruel, and his aunt Mary Reed, all in Maine. Watson Blanchard was apparently a draft evader, and he discusses his reasons for leaving home and his attitudes towards women.

 
Watson C. Squire dictation and biographical material, 1889-1890.

Include typewritten dictation and draft of biographical sketch, partially in H.H. Bancroft's hand.

 
Watson, (Diane E.) Papers

This collection documents the activities of the California State Legislature, the Senate Committee on Health and Human Services and Senator Diane E. Watson during the passage and implementation of Proposition 99, California's landmark anti-tobacco bill, and associated bills.

 
Watson (Diane E.) papers

Diane E. Watson is an American politician who served as a United States Representative, United States Ambassador to the Republic of Micronesia, California State Senator, and Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education member. The collection covers Watson's time...

 
Watson (Diane) Papers

The Diane Watson Papers consist of 25 cubic feet of records reflecting Watson's activities during her Senatorial career. The records contain Bill Files, 1979-1998; Subject Files, 1977-1986; Chronological Correspondence, 1979-1991; Constituent Correspondence, 1989-1994; Correspondence of Jane Uitti, 1985-1991; and Legislative...

 
Watson (Don) Oral History

Sound recording of interview with Don Watson conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Reviews work-life and activism in Marine Cooks and Stewards, CIO, late 1940s-early 1950s; and in ILWU, 1955-1993; remembers waterfront screening, McCarthy period; recalls Jimmy Herman and racial integration of...

 
Watson, Kenneth M Papers, 1958-1993

The accession includes weekly and monthly calendars dated 1966-1991, administrative correspondence dated 1981-1992 and research data of physicist Kenneth Marshall Watson who served as Director of the Marine Physical Laboratory at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography from May 1, 1981...

 
Watson Land Company Collection

A small collection of materials from the Watson Land Company, including articles of incorporation, financial statements, correspondence, newsletters, and reports.

 
Watson M. Laetsch papers, circa 1965-2005.

Correspondence, research notes, and other scientific and personal papers relating to his career as professor of botany, director of Lawrence Hall of Science and the Botanical Garden, and Vice Chancellor for Undergraduate Affairs.

 
Watson (Mary) Letters

Mary Watson was a school teacher in Alaskan Territory in the early 20th Century. This collection includes 13 letters written by Mary Watson to Cora Lyman from different towns in Alaska. The letters describe Watson's journey to and life in...

Watson (Raymond L.) papers

This collection comprises the extant files of Raymond L. Watson, former President and CEO of the Irvine Company. Beginning in 1960, Watson served the company as Architect Planner, Vice President of Planning, Senior Vice President of the Land Development Division,...

 
Watson (Samuel Newell) papers

Correspondence, clippings, pamphlets, photographs, and postcards, relating to relief work in France during World War I, and to the Allied Powers during the war.

 
Watt (Ian P.) Papers

Correspondence, lectures, notes, course materials, bibliographies, articles, proofs, clippings, and reprints pertaining to courses he taught, departmental business, academic associations, and other professional activities. Some of the material pertains to his teaching at UC Berkeley before he came to Stanford;...

 
Watters (Bill) collection of 19th and 20th century autographs and documents

This small collection contains an authorization for the Secretary of State to transfer information to the President of the Republic of Costa Rica pertaining to an individual's citizenship, signed by James Buchanan on February 4, 1858; an autograph with note,...

 
Wattles (Warren F.) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, memoranda, and clippings, relating to World War I and the Spanish Civil War.

 
Watts (Captain Charles A.) rough logook

The Captain Charles A. Watts rough logbook (SAFR 16489, HDC 209) is for the calendar year 1919.

 
Watts (Captain Charles) personal papers and records

Captain Charles Watts personal papers and records (SAFR 17230, HDC 242) consists of correspondence, licenses, letters of recommendation, a short story manuscript, certificates, telegrams, photographs, publications and identity cards belonging to Watts. The collection is available for research use without...

 
Watts (Robert) papers

American artist of mixed media, sculpture, and assemblage, best known as a founding member of Fluxus. The archive consists of correspondence, manuscripts, personal documents, and many photographs and slides documenting Watts' work and affiliations with artists. Also included are three...

 
Watts (Vervon Orval) papers

Correspondence, writings, notes, syllabi, instructional materials, clippings, and printed matter, relating to economic conditions in the United States and economic theory, especially laissez-faire economics.

 
Watts (W. L.) Collection, 1891-1910

Photos taken by W. L. Watts, mostly of Nevada and California desert and mining scenes, 1891-1910, undated. Also some of Los Angeles and Southern California, including the 1910 Dominguez Air Meet.

 
Watts (William M.) Papers

William M. Watts (1885-1980) was born on February 15, 1885 in Lodi, Texas to Perry and Jane Watts. After earning a medical degree from Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tennessee, Watts practiced medicine at hospitals in Houston, Texas and Fresno,...

 
Watts Writers' Workshop stories, lesson books, and other material

The Watts Writers’ Workshop was founded in 1965 by Budd Schulberg. This collection contains clippings about the workshop and works by Jimmie Sherman, one of the Workshop’s members.

 
Waud (Alfred R.) Collection

Sketches, correspondence, photographs, tintypes, and ambrotypes pertaining to Alfred R. Waud, a Civil War illustrator, and his family. 1842-1921, undated.

 
Waud (Alfred R.) Photograph Collection

Photographs. Photographs of Civil War illustrator Waud, his two wives, and daughters. ca. 1860-1899, undated. Part of Alfred R. Waud Papers (Gen. Col. 1102). See also MSS-441 for 2 drawings attributed to Waud.

 
Waugh (Evelyn) Papers

The Evelyn Waugh Papers is a collection of literary manuscripts, business and personal correspondence and ephemera by and about the British writer Evelyn Waugh (1903-1966).

 
Waugh (Grace F.) correspondence

The family correspondence of Grace Fraser Waugh consists almost entirely of letters sent by Grace addressed to her younger sister, Alice Fraser Scott "Babe"/"Boo" and her husband, Frank A. Scott

 
Wave Power Patents Collection

Patents pertaining to production of power by various methods of utilizing waves and/or tides....

 
[Wawona drive-through tree] [graphic]

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
Wawrzonek (Roman) papers

Memoirs, other writings, underground publications, other printed matter, personal documents, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to the Polish resistance movement during World War II, postwar political dissent in Poland, the Solidarnosc movement, and Polish émigré affairs.

 
Wax (Rosalie H.) Papers

Consists chiefly of a 1981-1982 revision of her Tule Lake field notes, written for the Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement Study in 1944-1945, while Wax was at the Relocation Center near Newell, Calif. The revision, funded by a grant from...

 
Way (Arthur S.) - English Verse Translation of Lucretius' “De rerum natura”

Apparently the typesetter's copy for the Wessex Press edition of 1933 (published by Macmillan and Co., Ltd., London)....

 
Way (E. Leong) Papers

Collection contains E. Leong Way's professional papers concern his career in pharmaceutical chemistry at the University of California, San Francisco.

 
Way-Bill, California and Oregon, 1867

List of 13 passengers travelling via stagecoach on the United States Mail Line, Portland and Yreka on Sunday, August 11, 1867. Bill details their fares paid and destinations. 11 Passengers listed by name and two listed as only "John China,"...

 
Wayburn (Edgar) papers

The Edgar Wayburn Papers (1923-2010, bulk 1951-2007) focus on Wayburn's conservation work both in the United States and internationally.

 
Waycott (Ralph) collection of papers regarding the Appleton/Waycott house

The Ralph Waycott collection of papers regarding the Appleton/Waycott house spans 3.5 linear feet and dates from 1950 to 2007. The collection is composed of papers, including correspondence, reports and legal documents, photographs, drawings (some copies from the Cliff May...

 
Wayland, Francis:

Francis Wayland was a Baptist clergyman and the pastor of First Baptist Church, Boston from 1821-1826. In 1825 he participated in the founding of Newton Theological Institution (became Andover Newton), for the training of pastors for American Baptist Churches. He...

 
Wayland (George H.) naval architectural drawings

The George H. Wayland plans collection (HDC 1534) contains 721 items, the majority of which are original pencil on paper naval architectural drawings of yachts and smaller motor craft designed by George H. Wayland between 1921 to 1947. Most are...

 
Wayland (Harold) papers

The Papers of Harold Wayland (1909-2000), Caltech Professor of Engineering Science, 1949-1979, are a small collection of personal, scientific, and institutionally related documents. They cover aspects of Wayland's scientific work on microcirculation, his invention of the intravital microscope, and Caltech's...

 
Waymire (Carol) Collection

The collection includes fliers, minutes, notes and related records for several Los Angeles organizations including Action Coalition Against Briggs, Los Angeles Lesbian Feminists, Los Angeles Women's Forum, the Peoples College of Law, the Socialist Feminist Network, and Women Against Violence...

 
Waymire (Carol) collection of periodicals and ephemera

Carol Marie Waymire is a California based lawyer who served underrepresented communities through her work on immigration law, rights of undocumented workers, racial and sexual discrimination, workers rights on the job, and child custody for gay parents. This collection contains...

 
Wayne (June) Exhibit Catalogs and Publications

This collection comprises exhibit catalogs and exhibit related ephemera documenting the work of artist of June Wayne from the 1950s through the late 1990s. Also included are journal articles on Wayne and her artwork, some articles by Wayne and her...

 
Wayne (June) papers

June Claire Wayne was born on March 7, 1918 in Chicago, Illinois, where at the age of 15 she dropped out of high school to pursue her career as an artist. In addition to her work in lithography, which revitalized...

 
Wayne (Roy E.) photographs

Depicts social conditions and refugees in Yugoslavia, Russia, and Turkey at the end of World War I.

 
Wayne (Stephen J.) papers

This collection contains photographs, negatives, and other material regarding the photographic work of Stephen J. Wayne, a local photographer from the Inland Empire region of Southern California. Primarily contains images that reflect the landscape of the Inland Empire as well...

 
Wayne T. Corbitt papers, 1980-1997.

Consists of works by and about Wayne T. Corbitt, including his notebooks, poems, short stories, plays, and performance works, as well as reviews of his work and interviews. Also includes a small amount of correspondence with colleagues and friends, and...

 
Wayne T. Corbitt pictorial collection [graphic]

Includes personal snapshots, portraits, and photographs of Corbitt performing, probably in San Francisco, but possibly also in New York. Also includes two views of the exterior of the bar called The Slot.

 
Wayne T. Corbitt sound recordings [sound recording]

Corbitt interview on KALX radio, July 24, 1991 and four other workshop and/or rehearsal recordings.

 
Wayne T. Corbitt videotapes [videorecording]

Largely performance footage of Corbitt.

 
W.B. Fitch family letters, 1849-1892 (bulk 1849-1855)

Primarily letters to his wife Maria, written from California, detailing his work mining. Also includes a few letters written by other family members.

 
W.C. Lowdermilk papers, 1914-1961.

Material relating to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Land Use Survey in Europe and Africa, 1938-1939, including copies of letters written by him, itinerary, log, photographs and preliminary reports; letters written from China, 1942-1943, while on a mission for the...

 
W.C. Lowdermilk papers, circa 1912-1969.

Collection includes correspondence, diaries and field notes, articles on soil erosion and land reclamation, reports, and many photographs documenting Lowdermilk's trips to the Middle East, Europe, and China.

 
W.C. Morrow papers, 1898-1921.

Relating primarily to his literary work. Included are letters from Holbrook Blinn, Ina D. Coolbrith, Charles M. Gayley, David S. Jordan and Vincent Starrett; and photocopies of Morrow's letters to Starrett, 1915-1921, many of which refer to Ambrose Bierce.

 
We Are Everywhere, International Collection

Flyers, correspondence, annual reports, press releases, position statements, articles, meeting notes, meeting minutes, and bylaws documenting activities of the gay human rights organization, We Are Everywhere, International (WAEI), 1975-1981. WAEI invoked Article II of the United Nations' 1946 Convention on...

 
"We do not solicit 'hippie' patronage" broadsides, circa 1969-1970.

Contains two copies of a printed broadside (8 1/2 x 11 in.) that was used for display purposes in business establishments located in Mount Shasta, California during the late 1960's.

 
We Supported Our Men in Vietnam records

Letters, clippings, photographs, sound recordings, videotapes, motion picture film, and memorabilia, relating to efforts to mobilize popular support in the United States for American servicemen in Vietnam during the Vietnamese War, and for American prisoners of war during and after...

 
Wead (Frank "Spig") papers

The Frank ?pig?Wead papers span the years 1851-1994 (bulk 1929-1947) and encompass 5.1 linear feet. The collection consists of scripts, clippings, and reviews for films written and collaborated on by Wead. There is information about Wead? naval career and family...

 
Weakley (Charles Enright) papers

Correspondence, orders, drafts of speeches, printed matter, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to post-World War II American antisubmarine force operations and to National Aeronautics and Space Administration activities.

 
Wealth of nations in the twentieth century conference proceedings

Relates to world economic conditions. Sponsored by the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace.

 
Weast (Clair A.) Collection

The collection consists of Weast biographical material and a significant assortment of photos and slides that document Tillie Lewis Foods and Weast's interest in Spanish Missions.

 
Weather Bureau Records

The United States Department of Commerce, Weather Bureau records chronicle San Diego’s daily, weekly, and monthly weather. The records include daily, weekly, and monthly weather observations, bulletins, station activities and memorandum, meteorological summaries, reports, and climatic information.

 
Weatherholt (Charles) collection

Transcript of interview, 1975, of Robert C. Ebaugh, United States Army Counter Intelligence Corps agent who impersonated Franklin D. Roosevelt at the Teheran Conference, 1943; clippings, 1952-1976, relating to R. C. Ebaugh; and arrest records of Nazi leaders tried for...

 
Weatherly (Aubrey Richard) Collection

Aubrey Richard (Rick)Weatherly, 1952-91, was a pastor in the Universal Fellowship of Metropolitan Community Churches and served in Oakland, California. The collection contains personal and professional files, photographs, slides, negatives, and buttons relating to his personal and professional life.

 
Weathern family correspondence, 1848-1853.

Two letters to W.H. Weathern, Farmington, Maine, from uncle, M.B. Reed, Denmark, Iowa, planning to leave for California, Apr., 1849; two letters to E.R. Weathern from friend, John L. Gilley, Indian Crick [sic.] and Grass Valley, Calif., 1852-1853.

 
Weatherwax (Seema Aissen) Photographs

Photographs and negatives of the Long Beach earthquake, 1933, Woodie Guthrie, Fred Ross, and the Shafter farm labor camp, 1941, a Los Angeles labor demonstration, 1945, the Hollywood strike, 1945, and many informal and formal photographs from the Yosemite camera...

 
Weaver (Alan) Papers Related to the Sierra Employees Alliance, United Autoworkers Union, Local 2103

Material collected by Alan Weaver related to organizing Sierra Club employees, including the Sierra Employee Alliance (SEA), United Autoworkers Union, Local 2103; and John Muir Local 100. Includes correspondence, emails, clippings, meeting agendas and minutes, contracts, committee records, flyers and...

 
Weaver (Harrell) Family Papers

This collection documents Harrell Weaver and his extended family including the Weaver, Thing, Wells, and Snethen families. Family members played active roles in the military from the Revolutionary War to World War II as is documented in the collection’s family...

 
Weaver (Harriet) papers

Harriet Sherwood Weaver (1913-1988) contributed book reviews and feature articles to the Kansas City star (1936). She married and moved to Los Angeles (ca.1940). After the 1961 Bel-Air fire, Weaver crusaded for effective management of native brush in the Santa...

 
Weaver (Harriett) Collection about Residential Development and Fire, Flood, and Landslide Management in the Santa Monica Mountains

Harriett Sherwood Weaver (1913-1988) contributed book reviews and feature articles to the (1936). She married and moved to Los Angeles (ca. 1940). After the 1961 Bel-Air fire, Weaver crusaded for effective management of native brush in the Santa Monica Mountains...

 
Weaver (John D.) Collection about the 1984 Olympic Games

John D. Weaver (b. 1912) worked for various federal agencies, including the National Recovery Administration (1933-35). He was also a reporter, feature writer, book reviewer, and copy editor for the (1935-40) and contributed articles, short stories, and book reviews to...

 
Weaver (John D.) collection of Los Angeles ephemera and research materials

A file composed primarily of newspaper and magazine clippings, but also containing some letters, notes, public documents and official reports, collected during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s by the author of, among other books, (1980) and of the 1974 and...

 
Weaver (John D.) Collection of Material about Thomas Mann

John Downing Weaver (1912- ) was a reporter, feature writer, book reviewer, and copy editor for the (1935-40). He also contributed articles, short stories and book reviews to magazines, and wrote novels and non-fiction. The collection consists of photocopied articles...

 
Weaver, John Downing Collection of materials concerning the article "The Honorable Earl Warren" published in Holiday magazine in April, May and June of 1966.

Includes mimeograph of typescript of manuscript with pencilled annotations (in three parts); bibliographical notes captioned "Documentation" [for part I], "Note" [for part II] and "List of sources" [for part III]; galleys for the April, May and June installments in Holiday...

 
Weaver (William) Papers

William Weaver (b.1923) was a free-lance writer, translator, music critic, associate editor of , Italian correspondent for the (London), music and opera critic in Italy for the , and record critic for . The collection consists of Weaver's translations from...

 
The weaver's weaver : oral history transcript : explorations in multiple layers and three-dimensional fiber art / 1996.

Kay Sekimachi discusses her family background, studies at the California College of Arts and Crafts, learning and teaching weaving techniques, exhibits and shows, and stimulus for innovation.

 
Webb (A. Dinsmoor) Papers

The A. Dinsmoor Webb Papers document primarily the professional life and work of Webb, a professor in the Chemistry and Viticulture and Enology Departments from 1948-1981. His research centered on the isolation and identification of trace aroma and pigment materials...

 
Webb (Eugene J.) Papers

Professional papers relating to courses Webb taught at the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University and his research interests such as philanthropy, altruism, effect of deadlines on human behavior, and organizational behavior. Included are correspondence, notebooks, articles, subject files,...

 
Webb (Francis Gilbert) Correspondence Collection

Francis Gilbert Webb (1853-1941) was a well-known English music critic and musicologist writing from the turn of the 19th century until 1932 as 'Lancelot" of . The collection consists of the correspondence files of Mr. Webb and the correspondence of...

 
Webb (Jack) Collection

Collection consists of scripts related to the career of Jack Webb. Contains various radio and television scripts written, directed, produced, or performed by Webb. Includes "Dragnet" (radio, June 1949-Sept. 1955), "Dragnet" (television, Dec. 1951-Aug. 1959), "The D.A.'s Man" (television, Jan.-July...

 
Webb (James R.) Papers

James R. Webb (1909-1974) wrote fiction for such magazines as , , and . He later became a Hollywood screenwriter and won a 1963 Academy Award for the original screenplay of (1962). The collection consists of 7 variant scripts for...

 
Webb (Nancy) Papers.

Research notes and manuscript drafts concerning Webb's study of Pomo communication.

 
Webber (Bert) papers

Writings, correspondence, photocopies of government documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Japanese military operations against the west coast of the United States during World War II. Used as research material for the book by Bert Webber, Retaliation: Japanese Attacks...

 
Webber (Herbert J.) papers

This collection contains research notes, publications, photographs, manuscripts, and other material regarding the scientific and professional career of Dr. Herbert J. Webber, a research scientist at the Citrus Experiment Station (CES) in Riverside, California from 1913-1946. In addition to citrus...

 
Weber & Spaulding drawings of the William Wrigley Jr. castle on Mount Ada

The Webber & Spaulding drawings of the William Wrigley Jr. castle on Mount Ada spans 1 linear foot and dates from circa 1928. The collection is composed of one box containing 16 architectural drawings, all of which appear to be...

 
Weber and Murphy family collection of portraits and Stockton views [graphic].

Collection of family portraits of the Charles M. Weber family of Stockton, Calif. and some of their Murphy relatives. Included are 12 half-plate daguerreotype views of Stockton and the exterior of the Weber home, taken for Weber by W.H. Rulofson,...

 
Weber (Brom) Papers.

Manuscript material, clippings, and books relating to the career and poetry of Hart Crane; reviews of other material by Weber; correspondence from authors and editors.

 
Weber (David C.) "Library Trends" Papers

Correspondence, manuscripts, and articles for the October 1969 issue of LIBRARY TRENDS, edited by Weber, on university library buildings; also includes floor plans and photographs to be used as illustrations.

 
Weber (Devra) Papers

The collection consists of newspapers, correspondence, flyers, and magazines collected by Devra Weber from the 1960's to the 1970's. The material primarily pertains to the Chicano Moratorium, Ruben Salazar, the Labor Movement, the Chicana/o Movement, women's issues, education, prisons, and...

 
Weber (Eugen J.) Papers

Eugen Joseph Weber (b.1925) was a professor (1956- ) and chairman of the department of history at UCLA (1965-68), dean of social sciences (1976-77), and dean of the College of Letters and Sciences (1977-82). The collection consists of Weber's notes,...

 
Weber Family Collection

The Weber Family Papers contain materials documenting the business and social lives of three generations of the family. They include: business records and personal papers of Charles David Maria Weber (1836-1881); his wife, Helen Murphy Weber (1882-1895); his brother, Adolf...

 
Weber Family Papers

Includes correspondence, diaries, letterpress copy books, legal documents, accounts, property records, and personal ephemera concerning the life of Charles Maria Weber and his family in California. Weber was a German immigrant and founder of Stockton, California. He came to California...

 
Weber (Kem) papers

The Kem Weber papers span 54 linear feet and date from circa 1920 to circa 1959. The collection contains correspondence in the form of telegrams and handwritten notes, Weber’s published articles, newspapers and magazine clippings regarding his work, black-and-white photographs...

Weber (Mark) Jazz Collection

The collection consists of photographs taken by Mark Weber relating to the experimental jazz musicians during the 1970's - 1990's, predominant focus on photos taken in Los Angeles from 1976-1985. Also included are notes, clippings, interview transcripts, correspondence, programs, flyers...

 
Webser (David Locke), Reminiscences of a Rolling Stone

Subjects covered in this autobiography include sailing experiences, airplane testing during World War I, life at Stanford from the 1920s to the 1950s, experiences working on rockets during World War II, and his experiences as a pilot. There is very...

 
Webster (David James) Papers

Correspondence, reports, and memoranda, relating to post-communist era radio and television broadcasting in Eastern Europe.

 
Webster, David Kenyon Papers, 1953-1962

The collection includes correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings and research notes gathered by author David Kenyon Webster while conducting research for a book entitled, Myth and Maneater: The Story of the Shark. A final typescript of the book is included in...

 
Webster (David Locke) Papers

The papers of David Locke Webster document his career as a professor and physicist and include course material from physics classes taught at Stanford (1946-1954); notes and notebooks from his earlier teaching career at Harvard, Michigan and M.I.T.; correspondence and...

 
Webster (David Locke) Papers

Correspondence (1939-70) regarding Webster's interests (e.g. Klystron Tube, compton effect), research notebooks (1916-1970) and correspondence relating to the Physics Department during the 1940's. Also includes glass plates for printing graphs, photographs, and maps.

 
Webster Family Papers

The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, printed materials, and financial records belonging to the Webster family of Malibu, California. The collection spans from 1922 to 1963.

 
Webster (Hutton) Papers

Collection consists of two bound bibliographies (typescript and manuscript entries): "Bibliography of Ethnography" and "Guide to Social Anthropology"; and two privately published volumes, 1952: "A Brief Memoir of Winifred Fry Webster" and "Genealogical and Autobiographical Notes by Hutton Webster."

 
Webster (James B.) papers

The papers relate to theology, and to missionary activities and Christian education in China. They are comprised of diaries, correspondence, notebooks, writings, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia.

 
Webster Robinson notes on Pacific Coast shipping, circa 1925-1930.

Typed and handwritten notes and transcriptions from various newspapers and government documents on topics relating to Pacific Coast shipping from the 1840s to the 1870s. The files appear to be related to an unpublished book project. Topics include the following:...

 
Webster (Samuel Derrick) Collection

The personal papers belonging to Samuel Derrick Webster, Civil War soldier and Indian Agent, and Joseph Witherspoon Cook, missionary to the Yankton Sioux

 
Webster (William H.) speeches

Sound recording of a speech at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, 1983, relating to high technology aspects of national security vulnerability; and video tape of a speech at the National Press Club, 1985, relating to Soviet espionage...

 
Wedel (Oswald Henry) typescript

Relates to the Bavarian Soviet Republic of 1919, the political situation in Bavaria in its aftermath, and the Bavarian particularist movement. Master's thesis, Stanford University.

 
Wedemeyer (Albert C.) Papers

Orders, plans, memoranda, reports, correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Allied strategic planning during World War II, military operations in China, American foreign policy in China, and postwar American politics and foreign relations.

 
Weed, Charles L. Photographs of the Middle Fork of the American River and Forest Hill, the Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Big Trees, Coloma, and Placerville [graphic].

This collection, formerly housed in the Arthur S. Rosenblatt scrapbook, consists of 26 views of mining districts in California's gold country, 17 views of Yosemite, and 5 views of trees in sequoia groves or other forests. To these have been...

 
Weekly Review of Events in Ireland bulletins

Relates to the Irish independence movement, April-December 1921. Issued by Irish nationalists.

 
Weekly Trinity journal accounts, 1876-1940.

Business correspondence (1939), ledgers (1882-1903), scrapbook of clippings re Weaverville (1876-1885), and other materials.

 
Weeks (Charles) Collection

In 1909 Charles Weeks pioneered what was then a new method of raising poultry, by concentrating birds into coops. In 1923 he established a small farming community in Owensmouth known as the Weeks Poultry Colony. This collection is comprised of...

 
Weeks (George P.) memorandum

Relates to the role of Venustiano Carranza, president of Mexico, 1917-1920, in the Mexican Revolution.

 
Weeks (W. H. ) drawings of the Santa Barbara Junior High School

The W. H. Weeks drawings of the Santa Barbara Junior High School span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1930. The collection is composed of two architectural drawings in the form of reprographic copies. Drawings include a plot plan...

 
Wegeforth (Rachel Granger) Papers

This collection contains personal papers of Rachel Granger Wegeforth mostly pertaining to real estate holdings.

 
Wegerer (Alfred von) writings

Study entitled From War to Peace, relating to the causes of World War II and prospects for peace; and photocopy of a memorandum relating to the proposed establishment of an Academy on War and Peace in connection with the Hoover...

 
Wegierski (Mark) writings

Printed writings, relating to Canadian politics, the Polish community in Canada, and contemporary conservatism.

Wegner (Glen E.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1972

Glen E. Wegner was Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislation (Health) in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. His responsibilities involved fields relating to health and education legislation, including the National Fluoridation Proposal, funding for medical schools, health planning, health...

 
Wei (E) writings

Relates to post-1949 Chinese history. Includes summaries of interviews with Deng Xiaoping, Jiang Zemin and Yang Shangkun.

 
Wei (James) diaries

Relates to political conditions in Taiwan, and to Taiwanese-American relations.

 
Wei (Yong) papers

Correspondence, writings, conference papers, printed matter, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to political conditions in Taiwan, Taiwanese foreign policy, Taiwanese-Chinese relations, and Taiwanese-American relations.

 
Weid (A. J. ) drawings of the apartments for McLennan and Fargo

The A. J. Weid drawings of the apartments for McLennan and Fargo span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1950 to circa 1970. The collection is composed of twelve architectural drawings (ten original drawings and two blueprints). Drawings include:...

 
Weidenbaum (Murray L.) papers

Speeches and writings, pamphlets, and clippings, relating to American federal credit programs, business and inflation, government regulation of business, utility regulation, and military-industrial relations.

 
Weier (Thomas E.) Papers.

Photo albums, diaries, research notes and lab notebooks corresponding to Weier's frequent and extensive collecting trips, including field trips with his botany classes.

 
Weiffenbach (John F.) Collection

The papers in this collection concern Mr. Weiffenbach's activities with Electro-Motive Division, Fairbanks, Morse, and Canadian Locomotive Company. The papers are primarily handwritten notes and a few drawings, with many internal memoranda, carbons of letters, and curve charts. Mr. Weiffenbach...

 
Weigel (George) papers

The papers consist of correspondence, writings, memoranda, minutes, and printed matter relating to Weigel's role as a theologian and scholar, the role of religion, specifically from the Christian and Catholic point of view, in American foreign policy, peace and disarmament...

 
Weigle (Richard Daniel) papers

Diary, history, press conference transcript, orders, dispatches, memoranda, maps, and photographs, relating to activities of Chinese forces in India during World War II, and to the surrender of Japanese forces in China in 1945.

 
Weihe, Frick & Kruse Collection, 1917-1976

The collection documents the architectural projects of Arthur Brown, Jr., Bakewell & Weihe, Weihe, Frick & Kruse, and William B. Fox.

 
Weil (Charles A.) correspondence

Relates to proposals for Anglo-French naval cooperation at the time of the Italian invasion of Albania in 1939. Photocopy.

Weiland (Richard William) Papers

Collection includes personal correspondence, 1969-2002; materials pertaining to Microsoft, both his career there and the company, 1976-99; his research materials and notebooks on computers, the software industry, investments, and other interests, 1988-2006; papers, yearbooks, notebooks, and other items from his...

 
Weiler (Hans N.) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, bulletins, reports, studies, conference proceedings, pamphlets, and serial issues, relating to education, educational planning, and student life in West Germany.

 
Weimann (Robert) Papers

This collection consists of published works by Robert Weimann, Shakespearean scholar and Professor Emeritus, Department of Drama, University of California, Irvine. The bulk of the collection consists of works by Weimann, comprising preprints, reprints, and offprints of journal articles, book...

 
Weimar Germany collection, circa 1932

Black and white picture postcards, Belvedere and Tiefurt castles and other unidentified buildings, admission tickets, and other ephemera. Provenance unknown. Alpha list.

 
Weimer (Jan) Papers

Papers of Jan Weimer, former executive food editor of , author, food writer, and consultant. The collection dates from 1974 to 2004, and contains letters, drafts of articles, clippings, tear sheets, awards, ephemera, and photographs, as well as video and...

 
Weinberg (Max) papers

Max Weinberg was a writer and producer of motion picture trailers. The collection includes Weinberg's files which may contain one or more of the following: business correspondence and memos, film trailer scripts, radio and television spot scripts, production notes and...

 
Weinberg (Tom Wilson) collection

Publicity material, correspondence, audiocassettes, one compact disc and two record albums, 1979-2009, from gay musician and composer, Tom Wilson Weinberg. The collection comprises publicity and sound recordings from Weinberg's gay musical revues, , , , and .

 
Weinberger (Caspar) at Stanford

Talk by Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger at Stanford University, Kresge Auditorium, 12 March 1982.

 
Weinberger (William E.) Collection on the Law and Gays and Lesbian Rights

Conference materials, minutes, correspondence, amicus curiae briefs, and other documents relating to the provision of legal representation for lesbians and gays, created and collected by Los Angeles lawyer William E. Weinberger, a member of several organizations that provided legal services...

 
Weinberger Winery collection, 1830-1893.

3 items relating to the Weinberger Winery: a document in German dated 1830 (possibly John C. Weinberger's birth certificate or baptismal record), a map dated June 1873 showing the winery property, and a photograph of the property taken in 1893.

 
Weiner (Gerald and Barbara) collection of Ethiopic manuscripts

A collection of 239 Ethiopic manuscripts (137 bound volumes and 102 scrolls), on vellum, dated ca. 1600 - 1960. The collection consists of religious and liturgical works used in the Ethiopian Christian tradition. The majority of the texts were written...

 
Weiner (Hannah) papers

Papers of Hannah Weiner (1928-1997), a New York City poet and significant member of the "language-centered" group of writers. The papers, covering the years 1946-2002, contain notebooks, typescripts of poems, prose works, typed transcriptions of notebooks, audiorecordings, and miscellaneous materials....

 
Weiner (Matthew) papers

The Matthew Weiner papers, 1997-2007 cover Weiner’s involvement as a writer and producer with the television show The Sopranos, seasons 4, 5 and 6, and scripts from Andy Richter Controls the Universe, and The Naked Truth. The collection primarily consists...

 
Weinland (William H.) Collection

The photographs in the Weinland Collection depict the people, the experiences and places which comprised their years of missionary service, first in Alaska and more extensively among the Native Americans of southern California. Though the vast majority of the photographs...

 
Weinstein (Allen) Papers

The papers span much of the career of an important American historian who has also long been involved in the arena of public policy. Consisting of correspondence, writings, conference proceedings, printed matter, and some sound recordings, the papers largely relate...

 
Weinstein (Brian) papers

Writings, notes, correspondence, reports, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the career of the black French colonial administrator Félix Eboué in Martinique, Guadeloupe and French Equatorial Africa; and to the political development of Gabon, especially with reference to the Alar...

 
Weinstein Company reports, 1938-1968.

Contains the annual and special meeting reports with details of meetings of Board of Directors and principal stock holders including by-laws, financial operations, properties, and negotiations with labor unions. Also includes establishment of Isidor Weinstein memorial scholarship at the University...

 
Weinstein Spanish American War Collection

Books, clippings, reports, articles, and pamphlets relating to the Spanish American war....

 
Weinstock (Matt) Papers

Matt Weinstock (1903-1970) joined the as a sports reporter (1924), became managing editor of the (1934), and became an editorial columnist three years later. He subsequently wrote for the and . Weinstock also wrote two books as well as short...

 
Weintraub (Hyman) and William Goldberg Collection of Socialist Party Material

Collection consists of material concerning the Socialist Party in the U.S. and California, mainly during the 1930s and 40s, collected by Hyman Weintraub and William Goldberg in the course of their activities as local and national party officials. Includes local...

 
Weintraub (Jerry) Collection of Motion Picture and Television Program Reels

The Jerry Weintraub collection includes 84 reels of motion pictures, television programs, and sound recordings, 13 take-up reels, and two projectors. Weintraub has produced such works as (1975), (1977), (1980), (1982), (1984), (1992), and (1998).

 
Weisel, George Ferdinand Papers, 1942-1984

The collection includes 1 folder containing correspondence between Dr. Carl Leavitt Hubbs and Dr. George F. Weisel, Jr. dated February 1942 and August 1984

 
Weiser (Marty) papers

The Marty Weiser papers span the years 1925-1988 and encompass approximately 24 linear feet. The collection consists of publicity-related material, including advertising budgets, clippings, correspondence, and press releases for hundreds of films, primarily Warner Bros. releases. There is correspondence, both...

 
Weiss (Helene) Heidegger lecture notes

The collection contains notes thaken by Helene Weiss and her associates during a series of courses taken from Heidegger; it forms a complete and clearly presented corpus of Heidegger's teaching and philosophy in one of the most important periods of...

 
Weiss (Herbert F.) papers

Writings, notes, correspondence, government documents, bulletins and issuances of Congolese political organizations, reports, studies, conference materials, and printed matter, relating to nationalism in and independence of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Parti Solidaire Africain, Patrice Lumumba, civil war...

 
Weiss (Mike) Double Play Collection

The collection contains the research material Weiss collected for his book . The book recounts the events surrounding Dan White's assassinations of San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk on November 27, 1978, and White’s trial...

 
Weiss (Seymour) papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, memoranda, reports, studies, and printed matter, relating primarily to American military and international security policy, nuclear weapons force, and arms control policy.

 
Weissenberg (Henry and Idelle) Collection

The collection consists of a B'nai B'rith Weinberger Breitbard Lodge Banner, copies of 3 commemorative plaques, and assorted papers from North Coast B'nai B'rith, Couples Unit #5282....

 
Weissenbock (Franz) correspondence

Relates to German military operations during World War II.

 
Weissman (Susan) Radio Broadcast Interviews

Sound recordings on compact sound cassettes relating to contemporary political, social and economic conditions throughout the world, and especially in the Soviet Union and its successor states, from a weekly radio program broadcast on radio station KPFK, Los Angeles.

 
Weitbrecht (Robert) papers

The papers of Robert H. Weitbrecht, a physicist and electronic design engineer best known for his invention of TTY, also known as the teletypewriter, TDD, or Telecommunication Device for the Deaf.

 
Weixlgärtner-Neutra (Pepi) collection of prints

This collection primarily consists of prints by Pepi Weixlgärtner-Neutra, an Austrian artist.

 
Welch (Claude E.) Collection

Pamphlets, government issuances, transcripts of interviews, and ephemeral publications, relating to the political development of West Africa. Used as research material for C. E. Welch's book, (1966).

 
Welch (d'Alté A.) papers

d'Alté A. Welch (1907-1970) was a biologist and collector of children's books. His publications include (1972) and (1973?). The collection consists of research material compiled by d'Alté Welch on children's book collections, including microfilm, photographic negatives, card files, photocopies, correspondence,...

 
Welch (d'Alté) Bibliography of English Children’s Books Printed before 1821, with annotations and additional entries by Wilbur Jordan Smith

Manuscript for the Bibliography of English Children’s Books Printed Before 1821 by James d'Alté Aldridge Welch, with annotations and additional entries by Wilbur Jordan Smith

 
Welch (J. A.) Letters

Correspondence regarding efforts to build Bayshore Highway and Skyline Boulevard....

 
Welch (James F.) collection, 1973-1979

The collection consists of four boxes of historical materials covering events in Ventura County, gathered by Mr. James F. Welch during his research from 1973 to 1979....

 
Welch (James R.) Papers

Legal papers relating to Judge Welch's term as city attorney of San Jose and as Superior Court Judge, Santa Clara County. Also includes a small amount of personal papers and photographs....

 
(Welch) Lew Papers

The papers of an important member of the West Coast Beat poetry community. Lew Welch's papers include correspondence, poetry, prose, plays, essays, songs, scrolls, and notebooks. The collection as a whole contains information pertaining both to Welch's personal battle with...

 
Welch (Vivian Lee) Papers

This collections contains correspondence from Vivian Lee Welch to Dree Lyon from 1991-1998, legal docuemtns, financial documents, manuscripts for plays and screenplays, music lyrics, miscellaneous writings, photographs, and publications.

 
Welch-Switzer papers, 1849-1854, undated.

Photocopies of diary of A.S. Welch; and letters by David Switzer. Also, photocopies of Welch letters as published in two newspapers.

 
Weld and Newton family photographs [graphic].

A quarter-plate daguerreotype of Gilbert Cumming Weld, and a sixth-plate daguerreotype of his wife Elise M. Weld. Stereographs are portraits of Elise Weld's family, in various locations, after her marriage to Louis [Lewis?] Henry Newton. Stereographs taken in front of...

 
Weld (John) Papers

John Weld (1905- ) was a stuntman in Hollywood films (1923-26), a reporter for several newspapers, and a producer of film documentaries. The collection consists of Weld's manuscripts, notes, correspondence, and ephemera. Manuscripts include , , , , , ,...

 
Welfare Council of Metropolitan Los Angeles reports and publications

The Welfare Council of Metropolitan Los Angeles reports and publications consists of documents produced by various divisions of the Welfare Council, 1944-1953. In addition to by-laws and meeting minutes, the collection contains reports on such topics as social welfare standards;...

 
Welfare Planning Council, Los Angeles Region, records

The Welfare Planning Council, Los Angeles Region, records, consists of correspondence, brochures, minutes, and reports, dated 1939-1974 (bulk 1950s-1960s), that document the activities of the Council in the areas of social welfare planning, research, and development, and the coordination of...

 
Wellcome Collection of Near Eastern Manuscripts

Collection consists of Arabic manuscripts, dealing with philosophy, logic, mathematics, astronomy, astrology, Islamic theology, etc. The entire collection is in Arabic....

 
Wellek (René) Papers

This collection contains manuscripts, correspondence, lecture notes, notebooks, reprints, reviews, clippings, and other materials documenting the scholarly career of literary critic and scholar René Wellek.

 
Wellington Family Papers

The collection documents both the Wellington and Fisher families....

 
Wellington (Winfield S.) Collection, 1931-1968

This collection documents the design and architectural work of Winfield Scott Wellington.

 
Wellington (Winfield S.) Exhibits - Photographs

Photographs of exhibits created by Winfield Scott Wellington in the University Art Gallery, primarily of Hearst Museum of Anthropology artifacts.

 
Wellington (Winfield Scott) Collection, 1931-1968

The Winfield Scott Wellington collection consists of project photographs and drawings, spanning the years 1930-1971. The majority of the drawings and photographs reflect Wellington's interest in residential design. The collection also includes drawings relating to exhibit designs for Fine...

 
Wellington, Winfield Scott Photographs of De Young Museum exhibits [graphic] /

Photos from two exhibits at the De Young Museum, San Francisco (photos 1-5) -- Exhibition of Japanese materials, 1951; (photos 6-9) -- Exhibition of American-Indian materials, 1953.

 
Wellman family papers, 1791-1983 (bulk 1862-1926).

Contains travel journals, legal documents and newspaper clippings. Journals are Emma Wellman's for trips to Japan in 1897, world trip in 1899-1900 and a trip to New Zealand in 1925-1926 and Jean Wellman's trip to Europe in 1889-1890. Legal documents,...

 
Wellman family photographs [graphic].

Formal portraits and snapshots of various members of the Bela Wellman family. Includes social gatherings, residences (including the Fruitvale district of Oakland, Calif.) and the Wellman, Peck & Co. store in San Francisco, Calif. Album also depicts Jean Howard McDuffie,...

 
Wellman (Paul I.) Papers

Paul Iselin Wellman (1898-1966) worked as reporter, writer, and editor for various Wichita newspapers (1919-36) and the (1936-44) before becoming a screenwriter for Warner Brothers and M-G-M (1944-46). He also wrote histories of the west and many historical novels, including...

 
Wellman, Robert. Collegium Bibendi, Men's Faculty Club, and ASUCLA Student Legislative Council. Agendas and minutes.

Record Series 669 contains Student Legislative Council and Men's Faculty Club files assembled by Robert Wellman between 1971-1986.

 
Wellman (Theodore C.) Papers

Correspondence, draft reports, papers, and news clippings pertaining to water resources development issues regarding State of California, Marin County, and San Francisco Bay Area....

 
Wells (Carlton F.) Collection of Material about The Moon is Down by John Steinbeck

Carlton F. Wells was a English professor at the University of Michigan, and a author and editor. The collection consists of correspondence, clippings, and reviews concerning John Steinbeck's book, . The correspondence is a result of Professor Carlton F. Wells...

 
Wells, Fargo & Company collection, 1853-1906.

Certificates, correspondence, envelopes, receipt books, etc.

 
Wells Fargo & Company Express Collection

The collection consists of business records of the Wells Fargo & Company Express.

 
Wells, Fargo & Company Papers

Certificates, correspondence, envelopes, receipt books, etc....

 
Wells, Fargo & Company Records

The collection consists mainly of letters to and from Hosmer Benjamin Parsons (1846-1908) who joined the company in 1867 and successively held the positions of cashier, assistant secretary, vice-president and president of the company bank in New York. The papers...

 
Wells Fargo Steinbeck Collection

The Wells Fargo Steinbeck Collection, originally the Rodgers Collection of John Steinbeck, contains more that 770 letters, photographs, clippings, unpublished short pieces, and ephemera from John Steinbeck and the Steinbeck and Hamilton families, dating from the 1890s to the early...

 
Wells (Robert) and Kirk (Lisa) Collection of Music Scores, Lyrics, and Associated Papers

Collections contains songs written by Bob (Robert) Wells in collaboration with others; vocal and orchestral arrangements performed by Lisa Kirk; clippings; photographs; and other miscellanous publicity material.

 
Wells (Robertha J.) Papers

The Robertha J. Wells Papers include education material, certificates, programs, employment records, ephemera, and photographs documenting Robertha J. Wells, Earle Keikikane and the Wells family.

 
Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee Papers.

Collected incoming correspondence to the Los Angeles law firm of Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee, which existed from 1885-1887.

 
Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee Papers.

Collected incoming correspondence to the Los Angeles law firm of Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee, which existed from 1885-1887.

 
Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee Papers

Collected incoming correspondence to the Los Angeles law firm of Wells, Van Dyke, and Lee, which existed from 1885-1887.

 
Welmers (William E.) Papers

William Everett Welmers (1916-1988) was a professor of linguistics and African languages at UCLA, becoming emeritus professor in 1982. His publications include (1968), (1973), and (1976). The collection consists of Welmers' professional papers, including tape recordings, research materials and notes,...

 
Welsh (Elliott) papers

The Elliott Welsh papers span 5 linear feet and date from circa 1965 to circa 1995. The collection consists of the work of two architects, Elliot Welsh and Elda Muir. Within the Elliott Welsh collection there is one file folder...

 
Weltausstellung in Wien 1873

Sixteen photographs credited variously to György Klösz, Oscar Kramer, and Joseph Löwy. The photographs document exhibition buildings and exhibits of the 1873 Vienna International Exhibition.

 
Welton Becket architectural projects [graphic]

Photographs show finished buildings (designed by Welton Becket), construction scenes, plans, architects' drawings, public buildings and insitutions (hotels, hospitals, schools, churches, etc.), and many projects at the University of California Los Angeles campus. Most projects seem to be in Southern...

 
Wemple (Emmet) papers

USC alumnus Emmet Wemple was an influential landscape architect based in Southern California. Wemple and his firm Emmet L. Wemple & Associates had participated in an impressive array of national and international projects, including those for civic master planning, academic...

 
Wendell (Charles) Arabic Volumes

Seven bound manuscript and printed volumes in Arabic script, some illuminated by hand, including works on Islamic architecture and religion.

 
Wendell M. Latimer papers, 1916-1972 (bulk 1949-1955).

Contains correspondence (1949-1955), writings (1916-1955), and a few personal and family papers, including photographs (1922-1972). Oversize folder: certificate of merit for service during World War II, signed by Harry Truman, March 1, 1948.

 
Wendell Phillips advertisement, circa 1894

Publisher's advertisement for "Danger Signals No. 2," ca. 1894, including Phillips' 1880 testimony concerning the dangers of secret societies, especially the Freemasons.

 
Wendell Prescott Roop correspondence, 1907-1925.

Contains manuscript and typed letters, mostly from Wendell P. Roop, a student in the Physics Department at the University of California in Berkeley to his father, a businessman in Kansas City, Mo. Describes his activities and interests in school and...

 
Wendt (William) Letters to Guy and Lucia Edwards

This collection consists of 39 holograph letters written by Laguna Beach landscape painter William Wendt to Guy and Lucia Edwards of Pasadena. While many of these letters are personal, some relay information about Wendt's art coursework and exhibitions. The collection...

 
Wendy Clarke collection of video art, 1972-2002, (bulk 1976-1993).

This collection contains the video artwork of Wendy Clarke. The materials record both the processes and final products of her career, including unfinished projects and edited media presentations. Love tapes is the largest single series, including both edited material and...

 
Wenzel (Caroline) Collection

Correspondence, greeting cards, clippings, notes, speeches, receipts, State Library School materials, Pony Express information, photographs, notes on historic buildings, Caroline Wenzel School materials, tax receipts; Arthur, Florine, Jennie, George, Robert and Wenzel family materials....

 
Werfel (Franz) Papers

Franz Werfel (1890-1945) was one of the founders of the expressionist movement in German literature. In 1940, he fled the Nazis and settled in the U.S. He wrote one of his most popular novels, , in 1941. The collection consists...

 
Werner K.G. Möbes clippings and other assorted miscellany pertaining to his work, Bibliographie der Tauben, circa 1953-1962.

Preferred citation: Werner K.G. Möbes clippings and other assorted miscellany pertaining to his work, Bibliographie der Tauben, BANC MSS 92/833 z, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
Werner (Max Alexis) typescript

Relates to secret service activities of Sicherheitsdienst Office VI F.

 
Werner von Boltenstern Shanghai Photograph and Negative Collection

The Werner von Boltenstern Shanghai Photograph and Negative Collection consists of negatives and photographs of Jewish refugees from Nazi-ruled Europe living in Shanghai, China.

 
Wesker (Arnold) Collection of works

Part of the collection has been cataloged individually by monograph title. The material in this collection is more ephemeral, including texts in magazines, criticism, theater programs, posters, and a sketch.

 
Wesley (Edgar Bruce) papers

Writings, diary, correspondence, syllabi, outlines, and printed matter, relating to education in the United States.

 
Wesley M. and Leona A. Fisher Colombia photograph album, 1938-1939

More than 500 black and white photographs, most snapshots, with extensive captions in English, taken by an American couple who spent a year in the area around San Pablo and Concepcion, where Wesley Fisher apparently worked for the South America...

 
Wesson (Robert G.) papers

Correspondence, writings, memoranda, and clippings relating to the Soviet political system, political and economic conditions in Latin America and other parts of the world, and the theory of evolution.

 
West Adams Christian Church Records

The collection consists of documents, photographs, and a small number of three-dimensional artifacts produced or housed by the West Adams Christian Church (formerly the Japanese Christian Church) from its inception in 1908 to the 1970s. During World War II the...

 
West Africa Photo Album

Gold Coast Colony, Colony and Protectorate of Nigeria, circa 1938-1942. Photograph album of trade and transport in British Crown Colonies of West Africa, kept by Major Clarence Henry, whilst on the SS Nigerian cargo steam ship.

 
West African photograph album, 1936

Photograph Album of Travels in West Africa in 1936, featuring Belgian Congo, Uganda, Niger, Ghana (Gold Coast), Nigeria, Ivory Coast, and Sudan. Album contains 127 original B + W photographs of travels in West Africa in 1936, featuring Belgian Congo,...

 
West and Benson family papers, 1853-1922.

Wells Wallis West (1836-1924) autobiography Lake port, Calif. Mar. 1921-Feb. 1922. Account of childhood in Illinois; overland journey to California (1853) via Ft. Laramie and Salt Lake City; mining near Ione City and at Michigan Bar; Civil War experiences as...

West (Andrew) Photographs of the Guelaguetza

Andrew West (1954- ) has worked as a photographer's assistant and as an annual report photographer. His photography of Guatemalan costumes appears in the exhibition catalog, , published by the Fowler Museum at UCLA (1992). The collection is composed of...

 
West (Arthur L.) papers

Reports, manuals, orders, correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, and photographs, relating to American military operations, especially in Vietnam, and to United States Army development of combat systems, especially armor.

 
West Bay Health Systems Agency Admin. Records

The collection contains the administrative records of the West Bay Health Systems Agency from 1976-1983.

 
West Coast Negro Baseball Association Collection

The West Coast Negro Baseball Association was formed on March 9, 1946 at a meeting of the High Marine Social Club at the Elks Clubhouse in Oakland, California. The baseball league was spearheaded by two Berkeley firemen, Eddie Harris and...

 
West Coast Zines Collection

The consists of Fan Magazines and Zines dating from 1985 to the present. Topics include feminism, gender, sexuality, and women's issues which generally cross race, class, and geographic boundaries. A few examples of girl print zines collected in the SDSU...

 
West (Edith) papers

Curricular materials, writings, notes, reports, and printed matter, relating to the teaching of social studies in the United States.

 
The West End Gold Mining Co. letter and prospectus : Sherman, Colo. to R.L. Mutting, Otisfield, Maine : TL, 1895 Feb. 20.

Consists of letter to a prospective investor along with a company prospectus, an article on the mining area and an order blank for stock.

 
West Indian Conference report

Report of the Drafting Committee of the second West Indian Conference. Includes transcript of an interview of Rexford G. Tugwell, governor of Puerto Rico, relating to discussion at the conference of social and economic conditions in the West Indies.

 
West Indies Cruise Photo Album, 1928

Book kept by Mrs. Elizabeth Y. Yuell of Highland Park, Illinois. There are photographs of Cuba, Panama, Puerto Rico, and Bermuda. There is also a passenger list for the cruise on the S.S. Veendam and an itinerary.

 
West Indies Photograph Album

Photograph album of the West Indies, 1937, containing 33 black/white photographs of street scenes and countryside in Martinique, Barbados, St. Georges (Grenada), Caracas (Venezuela), Curacao, Cartagena (Colombia), Panama, Trinidad, and St. Thomas (Virgin Islands)....

 
West Indies Photograph Album, ca. 1910s.

Album contains 156 black and white uncaptioned photographs of what appears to be early Kingston (Jamaica). Images feature both local and British men, women, and children; villages, markets, houses, post office, Royal Mail Steam Packet Company building, street views; men...

 
West (Isabel Percy) Reminiscences

This manuscript was written by Isabel West and covers San Francisco history from the years 1853 to 1915. She combines personal experiences and memories with discussions of the development and changes in San Francisco, particularly the area around one particular...

 
West (John B.) Papers

Papers of John B. West (b. 1928), professor of physiology, researcher in high-altitude medicine and adaptation, author, and leader of the 1981 American Medical Research Expedition to Mt. Everest (AMREE). West participated in Sir Edmund Hillary's 1960-1961 Himalayan Scientific and...

 
West (Louis J.) papers

Louis Jolyon (Jolly) West, M.D. (1924-1999) was a well-known Los Angles psychiatrist who served as the chair of UCLA's Department of Psychiatry and as director of the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute from 1969 to 1989. He was an expert on cults,...

 
West (Martha) Papers

Correspondence, publications, course notes, and memorabilia related to West's teaching career and political activities.

 
West on Videotape

"The West on Videotape" documents 40 interviewees who have been significantly involved in the history and folk culture of the Western United States. The intention of this collection is to demonstrate the value of videotape in preserving local history. The...

 
The West: past and present, real and imaginary [graphic]

Photos are mainly pictures of people (many Indians). Includes some ghost towns, movie sets, rodeos, etc. Locations include Arizona (bulk), , New Mexico, Wyoming, Nevada, Montana, Colorado, Sonora and Baja (Mexico), and the Yukon Territory (Canada).

 
West (R. Rolleston) Collection

Negatives. Travel views including the Orient, early 20th century [ca. 1920, undated]

 
West (Ralph E.) papers

Correspondence and clippings, relating to the Vietnam War, the Watergate affair, and American and international politics.

 
West Sacramento Haines directory

Alphabetical list of street names with numerical addresses for each listing owner name and phone number. Includes Woodland, Winters, Yolo, Zamora, West Sacramento, Davis, Clarksburg, Broderick, Bryte, Madison, Knights Landing. Includes zip code section. Separate section of numerical phone numbers...

 
West Valley College Accreditation Reports

This collection consists of Applications for Accreditation and associated reports for West Valley College.

West Valley College Administrators, Board Members, Community Leaders, and Alumni File

This file includes a variety of information on each person ranging from biographies, correspondence, news clippings, photos, press releases, published articles, resumes, speeches, etc.

 
West Valley College Admissions and Records Surveys of Students Released to Attend Other Community Colleges

This collection consists of surveys of students released to attend other community colleges.

 
West Valley College Advisory Group Documentation, Marketing Materials, Studies, and Surveys

File contains material related to West Valley College sponsored advisory groups, marketing materials, studies, and surveys.

 
West Valley College Catalogs

This is a collection of West Valley College course catalogs from the 1965-66 academic school years to the present.

 
West Valley College Classified Staff File

This file includes primarily information sheets and/or photos of classified staff.

West Valley College Early History and Development File

This file includes documents and photographs from the founding and early history of West Valley College.

 
West Valley College Educational and Facilities Master Plans

This collection is made up of master planning documents for West Valley College including Educational and Facilities Master Plans.

 
West Valley College Enrollment Profiles

The West Valley College enrollment profiles provide a statistical survey designed to provide basic data on enrollment and student characteristics.

 
West Valley College Faculty and Classified Staff Handbooks

This collection is made up of a miscellaneous collection of faculty and staff handbooks.

 
West Valley College Faculty File

This file includes a variety of information on each person ranging from biographies, correspondence, news clippings, photos, press releases, publications, resumes, etc.

West Valley College Library Services and Instruction Materials

This file contains West Valley College materials generated for, or about, the West Valley College Library.

West Valley College Photographs and Negatives

This is a collection of negatives, proof sheets, and photographs related to West Valley College.

West Valley College Pictorial Progress Scrapbooks of the Construction of the Saratoga Campus

A series of 8 pictorial scrapbooks of the construction of the West Valley College Saratoga campus.

 
West Valley College Press Releases, Public Service Announcements, and Cutlines

This file contains press releases, public service announcements, and cutlines (photographs with a caption or a press release) issued by West Valley College.

 
West Valley College Program Reviews

This collection contains West Valley College program reviews.

 
West Valley College Programs and Departments Information File

This file contains an assortment of materials specific to, or generated by, various West Valley College academic programs and departments.

West Valley College Publications

This file contains an alphabetical arrangement of past and present West Valley College publications.

 
West Valley College Saratoga Campus Slides

This file contains a miscellaneous assortment of color photographic slides.

 
West Valley College Schedules of Classes

This is a collection of West Valley College schedules of classes.

 
West Valley College Schedules of Classes for Community Education

This is a collection of West Valley College schedules of classes for community services, community development, and community education.

 
West Valley College scrapbooks

This file contains six distinct scrapbooks of assorted West Valley College memorabilia.

 
West Valley College Sponsored Events and Community Events Held at West Valley College

This file contains material related to West Valley College sponsored events and community events held at West Valley College.

 
West Valley College Student Retention, Recruitment and Transition Reports

This file contains a sample trio of student retention, recruitment and transition reports.

 
West Valley College Study of Enrollment, Weekly Student Contact Hours, Average Daily Attendance

These studies evaluate enrollment, weekly student contact hours and average daily attendance for college divisions by instructor. Also included in the collection is a room utilization study.

 
West Valley Mission College District Staff Directories

These directories include listings for all district staff including Board of Trustees, Administrators, Faculty and Staff covering the period from the beginning of the college in 1964 through 1992.

 
West Valley-Mission Community College District Budgets

This collection is made up of the published annual budgets for the West Valley-Mission Community College District from academic year 1964-65 to the present.

 
West Valley-Mission Community College District Financial Statements and Audit Reports

This is an incomplete collection of West Valley-Mission Community College District annual financial statements and audit reports.

 
West Valley-Mission Community College District Sabbatical Leave Proposals and Compliance Reports

This file contains an assortment of West Valley-Mission Community College District sabbatical leave proposals and compliance reports with documentation.

 
West Van Nuys Chamber of Commerce Collection

The West Van Nuys Chamber of Commerce (WVNCC) was established in 1952 by a group of merchants in Van Nuys, who were members of the West Valley Associated Chambers of Commerce and the Valley-Wide Streets, Highways, and Transportation Committee. The...

 
Westbrook family material, 1882-1886.

Biographical sketch of Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Westbrook, Lorena, Texas, by John W. Hall, 1886; two letters, 1886, by Mrs. Westbrook to Hall and H.H. Bancroft concerning her desire to write a biographical account of Bancroft; narrative by Mrs. Westbrook,...

 
Westchester Security League records

Correspondence, memoranda, leaflets, and clippings, relating to the activities of the league in promoting patriotism and isolationism, and in opposing subversion, socialism, communism, the New Deal, and the income tax.

 
Westergaard (Waldemar) Papers

Waldemar Christian Westergaard (1882-1963) was a historian who specialized in Scandinavian and European history. The collection consists of correspondence, transcripts and copies of documents and manuscripts, clippings,and photographs regarding Westergaard's career, research, and writings.

 
Westerholm, (Victor W.) papers

The Victor W. Westerholm papers, 1918-1947 (SAFR 23106, HDC 1634) is comprised of professional papers from Westerholm's career as a seaman.

 
Western American Ephemera

This collection consists of historical ephemera from the western United States and Canada, specifically excluding the state of California. Types of materials include road maps and geographical maps, pamphlets, brochures, guides, articles, magazines, souvenirs, scrapbooks, city information sheets, fact books,...

 
Western Association of Women Historians Records

Includes minutes, reports, newsletters, awards, photographs, and artifacts pertaining to the Western Association of Women Historians records.

 
Western Association of Women Historians Records: Additions

WAHA has amassed a collection of minutes of Executive Board meetings and Business meetings, written and electronic communications of Executive Board Committee members, communications of Award and Prize Committee members, program reports, programs of Annual Conferences, newsletters, reels, and artifacts...

 
Western authors material from the Huntington Library : ms.

Manuscripts, typescripts, music score, illustrations, printed material concerning Jack London, George Sterling, Joaquin Miller, Mark Twain, Bret Harte, Ambrose Bierce, Helen Hunt Jackson, John Muir, Ina Coolbrith, Robert Louis Stevenson, Charles Warren Stoddard, Edwin Markham, Stewart Edward White, Gertrude Atherton,...

 
Western Canadian views [graphic]

Includes the towns of Fernie, British Columbia, and Coal Creek (Yukon?). Races, fishing, and other recreational and family life scenes are depicted. Also pictured are logging, mining, parades & carnivals, an avalanche, and general street and landscape views.

 
Western College Congress records

Resolutions, agenda, and study papers, relating to the international situation and American foreign policy.

 
Western Consortium for Public Health Records

This collection is comprised of records retained by the Western Consortium for Public Health as a part of their participation in the California Tobacco Control Resource Partnership (CTCRP). This collection provides extensive documentation of the expenditure of Prop. 99 funds....

 
Western Culture Faculty Symposium Videorecordings

Tapes of talks presented at the 1980 Symposium by Edward M. Good, Mark W. Edwards, Donald R. Howard, Edward W. Spofford, John J. Winkler, Marsh H. McCall, Paul S. Seaver, Henry S. Levinson, and Ronald N. Bracewell; and tapes of...

 
Western Data Processing Center. Publications.

Record Series 108 contains publications generated by the Western Data Processing Center (WDPC) under the auspices of the University of California, Los Angeles, Graduate School of Business.

 
Western Electric Company photographs

The Western Electric Company photographs span the late 1920s-1950s and encompass 15.8 linear feet. The collection consists of nitrate negatives, safety negatives, and photographic prints depicting equipment, both sound-related and projection-related, manufactured by the Western Electric Company....

 
Western Federation of Miners, Silver City Union, No. 66 records : Silver City, Idaho, 1896-1902.

Organizational and other records [kept during a part of 1896-1897 by W.D. (Big Bill) Haywood], including minutes of weekly meetings at Silver City, August, 1896-September, 1898, financial records, register of members, membership cards, transfer cards, and other materials.

 
Western Fiction Ephemera Collection

Western Fiction Ephemera Collection consists of 145 uncatalogued paperbacks and 92 periodical titles pertaining to the fiction of the American West and traditional Western genres.

 
Western Goals issuances

Newsletters, report, leaflets, videotape films, and videotape film transcript, relating to international communism in world politics, Soviet espionage and communist subversion in the United States, international terrorism, and allegations of Soviet use of chemical and biological warfare.

 
Western Highways Historical Collection

Photographs, dealer catalogs, flyers, clippings, and an illustrated talk on the subject of trucks. Collection includes material on the products of Autocar; Trailmobile; Fageol Motors; Kenworth Craftsman; Mack Trucks; International Motor Co.; Reliance Trailer and Truck Co.; Hilo Transportation and...

 
[Western illustrations from periodicals] [graphic] /

The prairie on fire, Nebraska; The Truckee River (from a photograph by C. E. Watkins); A Valley in the Sierra Nevada (from a sketch by Fred. Whymper), and The Summit of the Sierra Nevada mountains (from a drawing by Nahl...

 
Western Independent Publishers. Records

Correspondence and financial records.

 
Western Jewish History Center Collection on the San Francisco Jews of Eastern European Origin, 1880-1940 Oral History Project records, 1902-1979.

The collection contains the indexes for the oral histories, as well as biographical information for those people preliminarily interviewed for the project: Celia Yerusalimski Alperth; Bassya Maltzer Bibel; Philip Bibel; Eugene Block; Lilan Friedman Cherney; Zena Sheinkman Druckman; Rose Hartman...

 
Western Jewish History Center, Vertical Files

The Western Jewish History Center, Vertical Files contain the office reference and research files of the Center and document its efforts to provide guidance and assistance in the study of western Jewish Americana.

 
Western Jewish Studies Association (WJSA) Collection

This collection consists of correspondence, newsletters, flyers, membership lists, dues receipts, conference materials and proposals  from conference speakers....

 
Western Land and Live Stock Company records, 1854-1885.

Correspondence and documents principally relating to Guadalupe Island, Mexico. Also included are titles and deeds relating to the purchase of property in San Francisco and Jenny Lind, Calif. Correspondence documents conflict between the government of Mexico and the Western Land...

 
Western landscapes in California, Nevada, Wyoming, and Washington

Chiefly views in California (approximately 150) and Nevada (approximately 115). California views consist entirely of images of the Sierra Nevada, including the Mount Whitney, Kern River Canyon, and Kaweah regions. Nevada views include Carson City, Virginia City, mining towns, mines,...

 
Western Landscapes, undated

Four handcolored photographs, n.d.

 
Western Machinery Company. Records.

Drawings and blueprints of agricultural machinery, including pattern and drawing records.

 
Western miscellany.

Concerns Indians warfare, fur trade, freight and freightage, description of Rocky Mountains, actions and defenses, real estate, and overland journeys to the Pacific. Each item individually cataloged. Search under title: Western Miscellany; or call number: BANC MSS P-W 10:1-8.

 
Western Museums League Collection

Publications from the Western Museums League.

 
Western Oil Association letter, circa 1901.

To prospective investors containing prospectus and stock application.

 
Western Overland Trails Collection manuscript material collected by the Oregon-California Trails Association.

The Oregon-California Trails Association (OCTA) established the Western Overland Trails Collection at the California State Library in 2002. In addition to a substantial collection of published books and pamphlets, the Association donated copies of unpublished material such as diaries, journals,...

 
Western Photograph Collection

Photograph album, ca. latter 1800s, with 77 black/white prints, some captions, of California scenes (Mount Shasta, Shasta Springs, Trinity River, Mission Hills of Trinity County, hydraulic mining, stagecoach, woman and child on wooden aquaduct), along with a few of Colorado...

 
Western picture postcards, circa late 19th century-early 20th century

Two b/w photos: log bridge on the Oregon and Overland Trail, and a Pony Express stable, ca. late 1800s-early 1900s. Old Wyles cat. #: pw F593 04 and 04w.

 
Western Pine Association photographs [graphic].

Photographs document many aspects of logging and lumbering operations in California, including views of hand-logging, mills, lumber, horses hauling logs, tools and equipment, and logging camps. Various lumber companies are identified.

 
Western Pipe and Steel Company C3 Manual for Mold Lines

Western Pipe and Steel Company C3 Manual for Mold Lines (SAFR 23861, HDC 1646) consists of a small paper bound volume with the title "C3 MANUAL" stamped on the front cover. It measures about 4 by 6 inches and has...

 
Western postcard scenes [graphic]

Postcards show many California locations, including: Coalinga; Hanford; Hayward; missions San Gabriel, San Xavier, and Santa Inez; Modesto; Oakland; Roseville; the Crocker Mansion, San Francisco; and the Hotel Montgomery and Market St., San Jose. Other views show Phoenix, Arizona; Goldfield,...

 
Western Rail Road Corporation document, 1861 July 8

One Civil War era document: Receipt for transportation of one box of books from Boston. Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 8 July 1861.

 
Western Signal Corps School Collection

From 1943-1944, in the midst of World War II, the UC College of Agriculture at Davis (now the University of California, Davis) was closed and converted to a training facility for the Western Signal Corps School (WSCS). The collection contains...

 
Western Society for Physical Education Education of College Women Records

The collection consists of administrative files, programs, oral histories and bound volumes pertaining to the Western Society for Physical Education of College Women.

 
Western States Jewish History Archive

The Western States Jewish History Archive contains the compiled research and activities of the Society's two founders, Dr. Norton Stern and Rabbi William Kramer. The bulk of the collection includes research files on individuals, institutions and organizations, and synagogues throughout...

Western Survey Expeditions of 1871, 1872, 1873, and 1874

This survey expedition stereograph collection consists of 150 albumen stereographs taken of and for the Geographical Surveys West of the 100th Meridian from 1871-1874. The publisher is the War Department Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. The U.S. Geographical and Geological Surveys...

 
Western Television Programs Script Collection

Western television programming features stories of the American West, usually occurring during the historical period of westward expansion, from 1865-1900, and typically set in the western United States or northern Mexico. Popular series in this genre include , , and...

 
Western travel views [graphic]

Photographs show Colorado scenery, general views of Colorado towns, and railroads. Utah views focus on Salt Lake City and show the Mormon Tabernacle and general views. California views include many from San Francisco: some from the California Mid-Winter Exposition, views...

 
Western Union Telegraph Company Los Angeles Office records, circa 1933-1977.

Contains scrapbook, blank telegrams, sign, publications, correspondence and photographs. Scrapbook includes clippings and photographs of Western Union employees, equipment, and of Western Union in general. Also includes telegram and reports from United Nations Conference in San Francisco in 1945; papers...

 
Western United States Business Records

These records are a miscellaneous collection of ledgers, journals, cash books, letter books, stock books, certificates, and daybooks, as well as a folder of deeds to mining and other property in Carson and Virginia cities, Nevada, by Mrs. Margaret A....

 
Western USA travel photograph album, circa 1924

201 black and white photographs, mostly snapshots, captions in English, of a tour throughout the West, by what appears to be a family or families, perhaps by rail. Locations visited include Grand Canyon, AZ (group in western wear, at the...

 
Western Writers of America Records

Boxes 1-63 and 65 include paperbacks, hard bound books, correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera by or relating to members of the Western Writers of America. Most of their works are westerns....

 
Westerners Collection, The

The collection contains materials from both the Los Angeles and San Diego corrals of the national group The Westerners. The bulk of the collection documents the Los Angeles corral and includes correspondence, informational flyers, governance rules, and membership directories. Information...

 
Westerners Foundation Records

The Westerners Foundation Records include: articles of incorporation, by-laws, correspondence and manuscripts (1957-1975)....

 
Westerners International, Stockton Corral Records

The Stockton Corral of Westerners Collection contains the articles of incorporation, by-laws, awards information, membership lists, financial records, correspondence and memos, newsletters (Smokesignal), publicity and promotions, minutes of Posse (officers' meetings), publications records, collected Westerners publications, newspaper clippings, and photographs....

 
Westerners series, 1975-1987 (bulk 1976 - 1981

Talks given at Westerners meetings. The Westerners were a group started in Chicago in 1944, for anyone interested in Western American history. The organization, now known as Westerners International, continues to be active, with chapters in many U.S. cities and...

 
Westfall (Victor B.) Papers

Victor Beebe Westfall (1885-1961) was the president of Fallbrook Public Utility District. The collection consists of letters, manuscripts, photographs, clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and related printed material concerning the early history of Fallbrook and San Diego County, California.

 
Westgate (Warren A.) Photograph Collection

Exhibit copy prints of the buildings, businesses, and people of Yolo County, California.

 
Westinghouse Electric Corporation Nuclear Training Center Manuals

This collection contains manuals published by the Nuclear Training Center of Westinghouse Electric Corporation on the thermodynamics of nuclear power plants. These manuals were part of a training program provided by Westinghouse for the education of Southern California Edison employees...

 
Westlake Park, Los Angeles History Correspondence

This collection contains correspondence and memoirs from 1942-1950 between Mayor Fletcher Bowron, Mary J. Workman, and Dora B. Weatherwax regarding the origin of Westlake Park (now MacArthur Park) in Los Angeles, California and the involvement of John Henry Bryant in...

 
Westman (Walt) Papers

The Walt Westman Papers is a small collection which contains materials related to Dr. Westman's efforts at enhancing communication among gay and lesbian scientists, fostering public awareness of gay and lesbian scientists within the scientific community, and promoting understanding of...

 
Westmore (Perc) papers

The Perc Westmore papers span the years 1925-1965 and encompass 7 linear feet. The manuscript material is a miscellaneous assortment that includes newspaper and magazine clippings, telegrams and congratulatory letters regarding Westmore's 1938 marriage to actress Gloria Dickson, a statement...

 
Westmoreland Versus CBS Collection

The WESTMORELAND/CBS COLLECTION contains many of the joint exhibits entered into the record during the libel suit of General William Westmoreland against the Columbia Broadcasting Company in 1985. Included are photocopies of interview transcripts, notes, memoranda, cables, CIA records, books,...

 
Weston (Edward) Photographs

Collection consists of 256 original Edward Weston photographs, taken between 1918 and 1945, and ten pieces of correspondence. 195 of the prints are a series of 8×10 landscape photographs of California that Weston created for Westways magazine. The remaining images...

 
Weston, Edward Photographs from Letters to Miriam Lerner Fisher [graphic]

Includes four portraits of Tina Modotti, two nudes (believed to have been modelled by Miriam Lerner Fisher), and two photos of Mexican clay statuettes.

 
Weston (Francis E.) Diaries

These four diaries provide interesting daily journal entries regarding Francis Weston’s preparation and passage from St. Louis, Missouri to California, shortly after the discovery of gold. The diaries span from April 7 to December 1, 1849. Weston recounts details of...

 
Weston Gold Country Collection

This collection contains typescripts of stories and poems, typescripts of newsclippings (1850-1872), and photographs of towns in the California gold country....

 
Westphalen (Emilio Adolfo) papers regarding surrealism in Latin America

Peruvian writer and editor, active in the literary and artistic avant-garde in Peru and Mexico. Letters, manuscripts, drawings, clippings, and ephemera document the work of Westphalen and the surrealist Peruvian poet César Moro (1903-1956). Many files relate to (1947-1949) and...

 
Westra (Dorothy) Papers

Scrapbook of Dorothy Westra, with programs, flyers, publicity, and reviews for concerts by soprano Dorothy Westra, on a European tour in 1951-1952. Westra later joined the UCSB music faculty in 1956 and was director of the Chamber Singers....

 
Westrick (Edward) Collection on Veterans Council for American Rights and Equality

Minutes, correspondence, newsletters, clippings, manuscripts, notes, financial records, flyers, photographs, audiocassettes, textiles, memorabilia and other material relating to the gay and lesbian veterans' organization, Veterans Council for American Rights and Equality (Veterans CARE), founded in Los Angeles in 1984 by...

 
Westwood Chamber of Commerce Records

The Westwood Chamber of Commerce (Los Angeles, California) was first organized in 1930 as the Westwood Village Business Association. The collection consists of correspondence, membership records, financial records, records of the Westwood Club House, annual reports, and records of activities...

 
Westwood Hills Business Village Collection, ca. 1920s

Photographs. Contains property development illustrations in the area of Westwood Village.

 
Wexler (Haskell) Collection

Collection consists of television and motion picture scripts and treatments received by Haskell Wexler's production company. Includes numerous scripts by various authors. The bulk of the collection dates from the late 1980s on. ...

 
Wey (Nancy) Papers

Contains personal correspondence, writings, research files, college materials, resumes, employment information, newsclippings featuring Nancy Wey. Her writings include her dissertation on Mu-ch'i and Zen painting, book reviews, East West articles and other papers relating to Asian art, Chinese American history,...

 
Weygand (Maxime) memorandum

Relates to the capitulation of France in 1940.

 
Weyl (Nathaniel) Papers

Correspondence, writings, memoranda, notes, and printed matter, relating to communism, especially in Latin America; espionage and internal security in the United States; and racial, ethnic and class analyses of political and intellectual elites.

 
Weyman (Stanley J.) Papers

Stanley John Weyman (1855-1928) was a lawyer before he turned to writing. His published works include (1890), (1894), (1895), (1922), and (1928). The collection consists of both incoming and outgoing personal and business correspondence, literary manuscripts, notebooks, a diary providing...

 
Weymouth Family Papers

These papers include correspondence, lectures, articles, student essays, poetry, and short stories of Frank Weymouth, Alice Jenkins Weymouth, Oliver P. Jenkins, and others. Photographs and negatives in the collection include images of family members, beach scenes, crabbing activities in Anacosta,...

 
Weymouth (Frank Elwin) Papers, Water Resources Collection

This collection contains Weymouth's personal papers including correspondence, his publications and speeches, and photographs all relating to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the construction of Boulder Dam (Hoover Dam) and the Colorado River Aqueduct from 1894-1941.

 
Weyse (Alice W.) Correspondence

Alice Wolfskill (Barrows) Weyse was the granddaughter of William Wolfskill, a Southern California pioneer, and the daughter of Juanita Wolfskill Barrows and Henry D. Barrows. Henry Dwight Barrows arrived in Los Angeles, California in 1854. He was a teacher, County...

 
W.H. Durham papers, 1918-1949.

Letters, publishers' agreements, Mss. of a few articles, and army papers (1918-1921).

 
W.H. Hutchinson research notes for Oil, Land, and Politics: the California career of Thomas Robert Bard, circa 1960-1965.

Primarily relate to Bard's oil and property dealings in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, and Ventura Counties. There are also materials on crimes related to land claims, and relating to Bard's political career as a United States Senator. Hutchinson's book on...

 
Whale honey : typescript (photocopy), [ca. 1975].

Script (33 leaves), the original of which appears to have included minor ms. revisions & notations. Perhaps an actor's copy. The playbill is for a performance (ca. 1975) featuring Diane Di Prima and several of her children.

 
Whalen (Philip) Correspondence

Letter and typescript copy of the text from a postcard sent by Tram Combs to Whalen, both concerning a collection of San Francisco Bay Area poets' works that Combs was putting together....

 
Whalen (Philip) Correspondence

Philip Whalen (1923-2002), American poet of the beat generation, authored and among other works. This collection contains letters to Whalen from his fellow poets, Robert Creeley, Allen Ginsberg, Bernadette Mayer, Michael McClure, Alice Notley, Gary Snyder, and Anne Waldman.

Whalen (Philip) Papers

The Philip Whalen Papers, circa 1940-2001, consist of the writings (notebooks, poems, prose works), correspondence, professional papers, artwork and personal papers that detail Whalen’s dual life as poet (coming to prominence during San Francisco’s Beat era of the 50’s and...

 
Whalen (Richard J.) papers

Correspondence, writings, notes, interview transcripts, printed matter, and sound and video recordings, relating to twentieth-century American politics, Joseph P. Kennedy and the Kennedy family, the Republican Party, and the presidential administrations of Richard M. Nixon and Ronald Reagan. Includes research...

 
Whaley Family Letters

Five holograph letters of a predominantly personal nature. Correspondents include Thomas Whaley, Thomas's mother Rachel Whaley, Thomas business partner E.W. Morse, , Thomas's son Frank Whaley, E.M. Miles, and "Nan" (Mrs. A.E. Whaley?)....

 
Whaling Ship Manifests, 1864

16 masters' and shippers' manifests (14 with revenue stamps) for outbound vessels from New Bedford, Massachusetts, destined for the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Also, related manifests listing provisions for ships bound for destinations such as Brazil and Africa. .05 linear...

 
Wheat (Carl I.) 'Flush Times in the Diggins' Research Collection

This collection consists of letters, diaries, and other materials compiled by Carl Wheat while researching Captain Leonard W. Noyes, with an introduction and explanatory notes by Wheat.

 
Wheaton & Luhrs file letter, 1889.

Handwritten letter from A. Ricioli of Markham Mills to the San Francisco firm of Wheaton and Luhrs dated October 15, 1889, complaining that the firm has not sent the writer an accounting of his packed butter as promised. It is...

 
Wheeler Amusement Company Circus Photographs

28 black and white snapshots and one photo postcard relating to the Wheeler Amusement Co.

 
Wheeler (Benjamin Ide) Papers

Personal correspondence of the President of the University of California; his writings and speeches (Mss. and printed); genealogical material on the Wheeler and Ide families; and clippings relating mainly to the University of California, 1912-1913. A small group of papers...

 
Wheeler (Charles Julian) papers

Correspondence, writings, certificates, clippings, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to American naval operations in World War I, in Turkey and China in the 1920s, and in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Includes sound recordings and transcript of interview conducted...

 
Wheeler (Cyrus T.) Papers

Correspondence, business papers, estate materials administered by his executor, John A. McIntire, and mining investment materials....

 
Wheeler family correspondence : ALS, 1850-1877.

Contains 15 letters by Allison Wheeler and 5 letters by Alfred Wheeler, from San Francisco, Calif., back east to New York, many to their sister Caroline Garner Chapman. The letters concern Allison's travel to Calif. by ship, life in Calif....

 
Wheeler (Frank K. B.) papers

Interview transcript, correspondence, reports, studies, statements, press releases, orders, service records, and video tape, relating to American naval operations during World War II, especially the undeclared naval war in the Atlantic and the question of advance knowledge of the Japanese...

 
Wheeler (Harvey) Papers

Correspondence, writings, and administrative files, mainly relating to Wheeler's long-term association with the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.

 
Wheeler (Philip H.) papers

Contracts, letters of recommendation, and a passport, relating to American commercial transactions in Kobe, Japan, and elsewhere.

 
Wheeler (Raymond A.) Papers

Correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, diaries, memoranda, maps, motion picture film, phonotapes, and photographs, relating to military engineering; the Panama Canal; World War I; American military operations in the China-Burma-India Theater during World War II; construction of the Stilwell Road;...

 
Wheeler (Robert F.) Papers

Writings, notes, statistics, printed matter, sound recordings, and copies of German government records, relating to the Unabhangige sozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands and its relation with the Second and Third Internationals, and to socialist and labor movements in Germany, especially during World...

 
Wheeler, William A. (William Almon) Letter : to M. C. Meigs, 1861 July 15

Holograph letter written in Washington recommending that R.A. Sorelund be in charge purchasing horses in Northern New York.

 
Wheelock, Charles Delerma Photographs, 1977

The accession consists of two photographic prints and a negative of Admiral and Mrs. Charles D. Wheelock in a garden, dated January 1977 and one photographic print of Admiral Whellock in an academic cowl, taken when he was awarded the...

 
Wheelock (John Hall) Letters

Typed, signed letters on Charles Scribner's Sons letterhead concerning a manuscript of Belitt's poems entitled "To-morrow or After" which Belitt apparently would have liked to have had published....

 
Whelan (Elizabeth M.) papers

Letters, conference papers, and testimony, relating to environmental and consumer protection, especially health effects of smoking, diet, pesticides, and toxic wastes. Photocopy.

 
Whelihan (J. Bruce) Papers, White House Special Files, 1969-1974

Bruce Whelihan was a Staff Assistant in the White House Press Office. The files consist primarily of news clippings and related materials pertaining to controversial issues monitored by the Press Office.

 
Where Atlas flings his shadow : n.p. : ms.S, 1983 Mar. 6.

His poem, submitted to Bernard Rosenthal and Andrew Hoyem. Set in portfolio, with handdrawn map, suggestions for photographic illustrations, and notes.

 
Which Way, LA? Collection

The Which Way, LA? Collection consists of audiotapes, with some transcripts, of the major public affairs program in Los Angeles, "Which Way, LA?."

 
Whidbey, Joseph. Letter to Henry Dundas, 1st Viscount Melville, reporting on the survey of the Northwest Coast, with recommendations for trade and settlement. Sent from "Monterey, N.W. America", Jan. 2, 1793 : typescript.

A transcript of Whidbey's letter with notes concerning the author, other members and the vessels on Vancouver's voyages of discovery. Covering letter from J. Pearson & Co. (London) Ltd., included.

 
Whig party materials, 1854-1857.

Notice requesting meetings for selection of delegates to state convention, ca. 1854 and a bill from the Siskiyou Chronicle to the Independent Party, Yreka, for the printing of tickets, 1857.

 
Whig Publication, undated

Uncut pages from a Tennessee Whig tract, n.d.

 
Whigham (Thomas) collection on Paraguay

This collection contains manuscripts, press clippings, and other material regarding the research of Thomas Whigham, professor of colonial and modern Latin America as well as a former Fulbright scholar in Argentina and Paraguay.

 
Whinery, Charles Crawford Letters to Francis Samuel Philbrick : New York City : LS, 1907, Dec. 21-1908, May 13.

Five letters concerning preparation of articles on Cuba and other subjects for the London Times written on stationery of the American office of The London Times.

 
Whitaker & Baxter Campaigns, Inc. Records

Whitaker & Baxter Campaigns, Inc. was the country's first political campaign management firm. The company's records document their state, local and national political campaigns as well as work for various public relations clients spanning the 1933 to 1974 time period....

 
Whitaker & Baxter International records, circa1958-1992.

Contains office files relating to their political and public relations campaigns.

 
Whitaker (Douglas Merritt) Papers

Papers include articles, speeches, slides used in lecture on evolution, some correspondence and lecture notes, and material on the Bikini atom bomb tests.

 
Whitaker (John C.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1973

The John C. Whitaker file group documents primarily the Nixon administration’s environmental and natural resource policies, from mid-1969 through early 1973. The three men whose office files comprise the file group – John C. Whitaker, Richard M. Fairbanks III, and...

Whitaker (Robert W.) Collection

Robert Whitaker was a Baptist minister who served churches in Seattle; Salem, Oregon; Oakland and Los Gatos, California. He was politically active throughout his ministry. participating in socialism, communism, pacifism, the labor movement, and the American Civil Liberties Union. He...

 
Whitaker (Thomas W.) Papers

Thomas W. Whitaker (1904-1993) served as a geneticist at the United States Department of Agriculture where he researched varieties of cantaloupes and lettuce. The collection contains his articles, talks, and manuscripts, as well as correspondence received upon his retirement, and...

 
Whitaker (Virgil Keeble) Papers

Professor Whitaker's office files contain primarily Stanford material relating to his years as Professor of English, his membership on various university committees and professional interests. Includes correspondence, minutes and general material relating to Whitaker's career.

 
Whitcomb family papers, 1851-1877.

Letters, mainly from the Whitcomb brothers - Clement Godfrey, Byron and J. Baker - to family in the East. Includes description of Panama in 1851; life in mining communities of Yuba Co.; mines and water ditches; stage coach robbery by...

 
Whitcomb (John M.) papers

Photographs, depicting communist leaders from various countries, and including delegates to congresses of the Communist International; and letters, other writings, and diagrams, relating to the residence of Karl Marx at 4 Anderson Street, Chelsea, London, from 1849 to 1850.

 
White (Albert) Waiters' Union Collection

This collection consists of White's seven union handbooks, his union traveling card and the By-Laws of the San Francisco chapter of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. The union handbooks contain the union constitution, which describes the objectives, roles of officers,...

 
White Apron Club (Lodi, Calif.) Collection

The White Apron Club Collection consists of an anonymous typescript history of the Club (1898-1934), eight Minute Books (April 1900-March 1957) and an officers and committee members list book (1948-1956)....

 
White (Charles H.) papers

Correspondence, studies, reports, maps, and notes, relating to mineral resources in Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, Greece, and Yugoslavia.

 
White (Christine) collection

Reports, relating to antisemitic, neo-Nazi and other far right-wing organizations in the United States, their involvement in terrorist incidents, support extended by private right-wing groups in the United States to the contra guerrilla movement in Nicaragua, and alleged involvement of...

 
White (Don) Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) Collection

Don White was a board member and leader of the activist organization, the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) in Los Angeles, where he coordinated and participated in numerous rallies, demonstrations, fund-raisers, delegations, congressional visits and...

 
White (Don Lee) Collection

This collection contains the papers, photographs, videos, and musical recordings related to organist, conductor, and musicologist Dr. Don Lee White. The collection documents African-American church music, church history, and the evolution of spiritual music in African-American churches. It also includes...

 
White (Ellis) Collection

The collection contains theater, music, opera, & ballet playbills.

 
White Fathers Records

The White Fathers (a Catholic society also known as the Society of Missionaries of Africa) was founded in 1868 by Charles M. Lavigerie, Archbishop of Algiers. The members of the White Fathers are bound by an oath to the establishment...

 
White, Fred N Correspondence, 1966-1988, bulk 1969-1976

The accession consists of correspondence arranged alphabetically by correspondent name and/or the name of the person the correspondence concerns, and includes both incoming and outgoing correspondence. The correspondence largely concerns scientific matters, but also includes some correspondence concerning Dr. White's...

 
White (Geoffrey) Papers

Correspondence, writings, reports, resolutions, minutes, discussion bulletins, and printed matter, relating to American Trotskyist politics, the Socialist Workers Party, and the formation of the Spartacist League. Includes a few items relating to the Communist Party of the United States and...

 
White (Gerald T.) Papers

This collection contains research files relating to Gerald T. White's work on the history of oil in California, including his book (1962). The collection also includes manuscripts and correspondence relating to his research.

 
White (Harry) Family Collection

Photograph album. Album of an African-American family living in Lectonia, Ohio, late 19th century.

 
White (Helen Hartley Greene) typescript

Relates to President and Mrs. Hoover during and after their residence in the White House. Photocopy.

 
White (Henry) miscellaneous papers

Memoranda and resolutions, relating to the work of the Paris Peace Conference. Photocopy.

 
White (Henry) Special Collection

This is a collection of the personal papers of Henry White. White was an early pilot and instructed Charles Lindbergh in seaplane flight. White also worked as a translator, notably on Wernher von Braum's "Life on Mars".

 
White (Hortense Sacriste) Letters

Collection of letters written to Hortense Sacriste, later Hortense Sacriste White. Many of the letters are from male admirers before she married. Writers include George H. Bonebrake, James C. Kays, Reginaldo F. del Valle, James W. Dunn, John A. Fanning,...

 
White House Conference on Aging Papers, White House Central Files, 1971-1972

The objective of the Conference was to provide a forum for representatives of older Americans throughout the country to discuss and propose solutions to the unique problems facing the elderly in the United States. This collection contains primarily printed and...

 
White House Conference on Child Health and Protection Records

The records consist of correspondence, expense statements, memoranda, pamphlets, and reports, relating to the physical and social condition of children in the United States, the status of school health education and health service programs, and proposals for the promotion of...

 
White House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health, White House Central Files, 1969-1971

The White House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health was convened at the behest of President Richard M. Nixon to focus national attention on the nutritional needs and problems of all Americans. The goal of the conference was to lay...

White House Executive Clerk Reading Papers, White House Central Files, 01/20/1969 - 08/09/1974

This series consists of copies of Presidential memoranda sent to the heads of departments and agencies during the Nixon Administration. These memorandums were a reference set kept by John Ratchford, White House Executive Clerk, until his retirement and span the...

White House Gift Unit, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The White House Gift Unit was responsible for sending and receiving White House Gifts and Cards. The series contains correspondence, subject files, Gift lists and cards and form letters.

White House Press Office, White House Central Files, 1969-1974

The files contain materials produced by the Press Office for distribution to the media. These materials include press releases, press conference transcripts, and other notices to the press. The topics addressed cover the full range of activities and policies of...

 
White House Special Files, Administrative Files, White House Special Files, 1969-1974

These files were created by the White House unit responsible for maintaining the Special Files and pertain to: general office functions, finding aids and inventories, accesses and searches, and control of the White House taping system.

 
White (Howard A.) Papers

The collection contains professional and personal papers of Howard A. White dating from 1938 to 1991. The bulk of the materials range from 1957 to 1990 and document his professional involvement with Pepperdine University in various administrative roles, and personal...

 
White (J. Gustav) typescript

Relates to conditions in German prison camps during World War I.

 
White (James L.) Papers

Journals and drafts of poetry, in particular the posthumously-published anthology, , and prose of the poet James L. White (1936-1981).

 
White (James) papers

This collection is comprised of typescripts, galley proofs, notes, and other material by James White, an Irish author of science fiction novels, novellas, and short stories. Primarily includes manuscripts of White’s published and unpublished works (many contain hand annotations). Within...

 
White (Jules) papers

The Jules White papers span the years 1923-1990 (bulk 1934-1958) and encompass 19.7 linear feet. The collection contains shooting scripts and photographs for films produced by White for Columbia Pictures. There are scripts for 516 films, along with around two...

 
White (Lewis E) Papers and Memorabilia

Collection includes family photographs, studio portraits of White, photograph album largely pertaining to his time at Stanford, photographs of his gravesite, two letters by White written while serving in World War I, and other letters pertaining to White’s service and...

 
White (Lynn T.) Papers

Lynn Townsend White, Jr. (1907- ) was a professor of history at UCLA (1958-72), and Director of the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (1964-70). The collection consists of teaching and research material related to Lynn White's career as...

 
White Mountain Research Station. Administrative Files

Administrative files of the White Mountain Research Station, a University of California Multicampus Research Unit (MRU) supporting high altitude research. The station operated under the direction of Nello Pace (1950-1977) and William J. Welch (1977-1979) of UCB, Clarence A. Hall,...

 
White (Nelson H.) Papers

Collected self-published works on ceremonial magic by Nelson H. White of Technology Group publications. Collection includes some unpublished material.

 
White (Raymond R.) Collection

The Raymond R. White collection consists of documents relating to the Stanford antiwar movement and to the wider radical political and countercultural scene in the Palo Alto area in the late 1960s and early 1970s. White was a member of...

 
White (Robert J) Photograph Album

Album includes photographs, clippings, and his class registration cards. Stanford subjects include the campus, fraternity members, other students, excursions, and social events; there are also images of family and social life, cross country trips, and the Lindbergh parade in Los...

 
White (Sam) papers

The Sam White papers span the years 1928-2004 (bulk 1950s-1960s) and encompass 9.3 linear feet. The collection contains film and television scripts for produced and unproduced properties, as well as files on various unproduced properties. There are a few awards,...

 
White (Stephen M.) Ledger, 1892-1899

Account book of financial transactions of Los Angeles businesses and individuals. See Also: 1124: Stephen Mallory White Scrapbooks, 1894-1900.

 
White (Stephen Mallory) Papers

The collection consists chiefly of materials pertaining to Stephen Mallory White's career as an attorney. Also, there is correspondence between White and his family (in particular with his wife Hortense) and a small amount of material pertaining to his political...

 
White (Stephen Mallory) Scrapbooks

These scrapbooks contain correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, speeches, invitations, and other material relating to White's political career, particularly during his term as U.S. Senator. The bulk of the material concerns his involvement in the "Free Harbor controversy."

 
White (Steven M.) Papers?

Correspondence and other papers relating to White's career as lawyer, Los Angeles district attorney, state senator, and U.S. Senator. Subjects covered include: estate litigation, water rights, incorporations, mortgages, property rights, local and California politics, patronage, tariffs, annexation, pensions, appeals for...

 
White (Stewart E.) Manuscripts

Manuscripts of his stories, novels and books. Some pertain to outdoors life and mountaineering in California and to travels in Africa.

 
White (Terence) Collection

Printed matter and miscellany, relating to political and social conditions in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

 
White (Thomas P.) papers

Thomas Patrick White (1888-1968) became the youngest judge in the United States when he was appointed to the Los Angeles City Police Court in 1913. He then worked at a private trial attorney in Los Angeles until he returned to...

 
White (Walter S.) papers

The Walter S. White papers span 96 linear feet and date from circa 1948 to circa 1992. The collection contains architectural drawings and reprographic copies of primarily residential and residential remodel designs. The collection also includes office records in the...

 
White (William A.) Letters

Letters from White to Helen Sutliff, both of whom were members of the Class of 1890 at the University of Kansas. Includes letters from Sallie Lindsay White and William Lindsay White and a class song written by William Allen White...

 
White (William A.) Scrapbook

This is a scrapbook compiled by William A. White of Los Angeles, California, consisting of newspaper clippings and a couple of photographs from 1895-1900 regarding excavations and archaeological studies in Southern California.

 
White (William Lindsay) typescript

Relates to the Allied occupation of Germany at the end of World War II and to German public opinion regarding the occupation, World War II, and the Nazi regime. Annotated by Herbert Hoover. Subsequently published under the title, Report on...

 
Whitehead (James H.) photograph collection

Depicts activities of members of the American Expeditionary Forces in Siberia and the Russian Railway Service Corps, General William S. Graves, Czech and Russian military forces, and the living quarters of Tsar Nicholas II at Ekaterinburg.

 
Whitehead (Richard) Papers

This collection, compiled by Whitehead, contains research materials, drafts,and published writings; facsimiles, transcriptions and translations of historic documents; correspondence; and deeds, maps, and plans, that document the history and reconstruction of El Presidio de Santa Barbara. Also included are Whitehead's...

 
Whitehead (Richard S.) Collection

The collection is arranged in two series: Alphabetical Files and Geographical Files. Both series primarily are concerned with land use and planning. In some cases the key word apparently used for filing purposes, has been indicated in brackets....

 
Whiteley (Harold) design of an unidentified Beverly Hills, California store building

The Harold Whiteley design of an unidentified Beverly Hills store building spans 1.5 linear feet and dates from 1951. The collection is composed of one presentation drawing rendered by J. D. Prouty of a suggestion for the tile facing and...

 
Whiting (Billington C.) Papers

The collection contains Whiting's letters written to his wife during his overland journey to California in 1849 and his early years in California; some memoirs written by Susan Helen (Colegrove) Whiting about her early years in California; a few military...

 
Whiting (Charles Jonathan) papers

Orders, reports, correspondence, photographs, and motion picture film, relating to the sinking of the American gunboat Panay in China, 1937; to other activities of the United States Navy in China, 1937-1940; and to American naval operations in the Atlantic and...

 
Whiting family papers, 1924-1939.

Henry Hyer Whiting correspondence with William G. McAdoo, 1932-1938. Contains Whiting's files, mainly as Northern California campaign manager for McAdoo. A few letters to and form others included. Also, copies of correspondence with John W. Preston concerning federal judgeships for...

 
Whiting (Randolph V.) Papers

Professional papers of Randolph V. Whiting, Reporter of Decisions for the California Supreme Court and Courts of Appeal from 1917 to 1940. Materials include correspondence, notes and official reports dating from 1922 through 1940.

 
Whiting, William B. Letter from William B. Whiting to his cousin, 1874 April 14th.

Holograph letter written and signed by William B. Whiting, a Lieutenant and Commodore in the U. S. Navy, from Delafield, Waukesha County, Wisconsin to his cousin in Cooperstown, New York. The letter is about an offer he received from Harpers...

 
Whitley (H.J.) lands near Corcoran, California photograph album

Snapshots of agricultural scenes, probably taken during the 1920s, on lands belonging to H. J. (Hobart Johnstone) Whitley, possibly near Corcoran, California, in the San Joaquin Valley, east of Paso Robles.

 
Whitley (Hobart J.) Papers

Hobart Johnstone Whitley was a Southern California real estate developer, and head of the H.J. Whitley land syndicate. The collection consists of about 2000 pieces of correspondence, and deeds, accounts, journals, ledgers, minutes of stockholders' meetings, maps of Southern California...

 
Whitlock (Brand) papers

Writings, diaries, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Belgian-American relations during World War I, work of the Commission for Relief in Belgium, and fictional writings of B. Whitlock.

 
Whitlock (Mary) Photographs

Photographic images, including prints, negatives, and color transparencies (slides), documenting the professional career and private life of Mary Whitlock between 1974 and 2008. The bulk of the collection consists of images taken by Whitlock in her capacity as a professional...

 
Whitlock Metered Mailing Machine Collection

Photographs, drawings, flyers, patent records, incorporation records and other material pertaining to the Whitlock metered mailing machine, which was authorized by the United States Postal Service.

 
Whitman (Marina von Neumann) Papers, White House Central Files, 1971-1973

Marina von Neumann Whitman became the first female member of the Council of Economic Advisers or CEA in March 1972. Whitman’s areas of responsibility on the CEA included: analyses on international economic development and policy; price and wage developments; food...

 
The Whitman massacre; and early history of Oregon, 1839-1848.

Copies of original Mss. or transcript: (1) Letters of Peter H. Burnett and Henry H. Spalding to J.S. Griffin of The Oregon American, 1848; (2) Overland diary of Sidney Smith with Farnham's party, 1839; (3) Sketches of early Oregon history...

 
Whitman Mission correspondence, 1834-1852.

Typed transcript compilation made for the Whitman National Monument by Olaf T. Hagen, U.S. National Park Service, 1941-1942.

 
Whitman-Radclyffe Foundation Collection

Flyers, clippings, articles, correspondence, contracts, reports, press releases, handwritten notes, project proposals, financial documents, meeting minutes, and other material documenting activities of the Whitman-Radclyffe Foundation (WRF), 1972-1976. WRF was founded in San Francisco in 1972 as the "education, research, and...

 
Whitmore (William F.) Papers

Mathematician in the field of oceanography; scientist and later consultant with Lockheed Missiles and Space Company. Head of the division of Thermal Energy Conversion where he worked on the development of the Polaris missile; later scientific analyst and consultant to...

 
Whitmore (William Francis) papers

Journal, reports, and printed articles, relating to the development of the Polaris missile and other American naval weapons systems. Photocopy.

 
Whitney (Daniel) Papers

Materials in this collection document Cultural Resource Management Law in Southern California....

 
Whitney (Daniel S.) Papers

The collection contains papers of the Reverend Daniel Saunders Whitney, Massachusetts abolitionist (1810-1894), including a Civil War era diary (1865-1866), correspondence to his wife Sophia and daughters (ca. 1864-1865), an engraved portrait of Whitney, and a page of the (printed...

 
Whitney (Frances A.) Scrapbook

Scrapbook of Frances Ann Whitney, mainly clippings of poems, many from the Civil War era. Includes titles such as "I Would the War Were Over," "Tell Him I'm Ready," and "A Soldier's Poem." Includes poems by a number of women...

 
Whitney (Frederick C.) Papers

The document an important San Diego political and environmental issue, as well as the inner workings of a political association.  The collection is primarily concerned with the period in 1972 when Whitney was involved in the Coastal Initiative and Pollution...

 
Whitney T. Genns oral history, 1971

Interview with Santa Barbara rare book dealer Genns re childhood in New Jersey-New York in 1910s, World War I, Greenwich Village in the 1920s-1930s, prohibition, jazz greats, Washington, D.C. during the New Deal, and FDR. Interviewer: Gibbs M. Smith, Feb....

 
Whitsell (Leon O.) California History Scrapbooks

This collection consists of 11 scrapbooks of clippings from California newspapers of the 1930s. Topics include California places and historical events, biographies, book reviews, and western history. Included are typescript transcriptions of historical articles as well as some correspondence regarding...

 
Whittell family papers, 1906-1929.

Letters and postcards among family members, mostly addressed to George, Jr. from his father in New York. Also included are financial papers and biographical notes on various family members.

 
Whittier, Fuller & Co. records, 1861-1896.

Contains ledger books for Whittier, Fuller, & Co. for various business transactions including invoices, accounts, correspondence, freight, stable costs, etc. Also contains some loose miscellaneous ephemera, including catalogs and receipts. Some of the ledgers come from subsidiaries and previous business...

 
Whittier police officer Merle Crum scrapbook [graphic].

Scrapbook contains photographs, clippings and ephemera pertaining to the police department in Whittier, Calif.; the career of officer Merle Crum; and crime and criminals in the greater Los Angeles area. Photographs depict police officers, crime scenes and murder victims.

Whittier Public Library Historical Photograph Collection

The Whittier Historical Photograph Collection includes images documenting the foundation of the community of Whittier, California during the periods of the late 1800s to the middle of the 20th century. The images in the Whittier Historical Photograph Collection depict not...

 
Whittier Union High School elevation drawing

One architectural drawing in the form of a reprographic copy. Drawing depicts the south elevation of the Old Administration building at Whittier Union High School. No date or architect listed on drawing....

 
Whittlesey (Charles) drawing of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co. Alvarado Hotel building

The Charles Whittlesey drawings of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Co. Alvarado Hotel building span 3 linear feet and date from circa 1904. The collection consists of one architectural drawing in the form of a reprographic copy. Drawing...

 
Whittlesey (Enid C.) Papers

Collection consists primarily of books related to spiritualism and typescript copies of lecture lessons from “The Temple of Living Thought” and other religious lectures by George Edwin Burnell. Also includes photographs illustrating the and miscellaneous photographs of various friends and...

 
Whole Earth Catalog Records

The collection contains the editorial files of Stewart Brand and Jay Kinney, reader correspondence, photographic materials, and memorabilia. Also contains correspondence, clippings, photographs, promotional material, and issues of the magazines.

 
Who's who of prominent Germans in the U.S.S.R. mimeograph

Relates to leaders of the Nationalkomitee "Freies Deutschland" and similar anti-fascist organizations of German prisoners of war and refugees in the Soviet Union during World War II.

 
Wiasemsky (Prince Serge) miscellaneous papers

Renunciation by S. Wiasemsky of landholdings in Russia, resolutions of the Russian National Progressive Party, and a memorandum on the dynasties of Russia.

 
Wibberley (Leonard) papers

This collection contains the papers of the author Leonard Wibberley (1915-1983). Wibberley wrote over 100 books over the course of his career. His papers include manuscripts, galleys, and typescripts for books written by him.

 
Wichtige Urkande zur Geschichte der Diozese Eichstatt u. zum Pasquillstreit Wirsberg document, 1593

One document (ADS), text in Latin, 1593. [describe subject matter]. Purchase from Eaton, $28 , 1967.

 
Wickenden (Ida E.) Papers

Ida E. Wickenden (1886-ca.1972) spent her early years in Toledo, Ohio. Her interest in missionary work began as a college student, with her involvement in the Young Women's Christian Association. In November of 1906 she traveled to Nashville to attend...

 
Wickenden (JamesD.) Collection, 1915-1937

The collection consists of architectural drawings relating to both student and professional projects.

 
Wickes (Mrs. Francis) collection

Embroidered cloth commemorating the Commission for Relief in Belgium. Names of members of the commission are embroidered on the cloth.

 
Wickett Family Collection

The Wickett Family Collection contains Chapman and Wickett family memorabilia, realia, and ephemera from the early 20th century onward. It includes, among other things, items acquired from the family's international travels, including musical items, artistic items, textiles, 8mm and 16...

 
Wicklein (Edward C.) typescript

Relates to Lester James Wright, American missionary in Turkey and Near East Relief worker after World War I.

 
Wickman (Boyd E.) Papers

The Boyd E. Wickman papers primarily consist of materials collected by Wickman, a Forest Service employee, during the course of his research of the history of the United States Bureau of Entomology, Pacific Slope Region. Included are copies of original...

 
Wickson (Edward J.) Papers

Correspondence; manuscripts and reprints of his writings; reviews of his books; material re Luther Burbank; clippings; and obituaries.

 
Wickson (Edward J.) Papers

The Edward J. Wickson Papers pertain to agriculture in California, which Wickson studied and taught during his 34 years as a professor and later Dean of the College of Agriculture at the University of California. The papers include many works...

 
Wide Awake Quicksilver Mine Records

The collection includes reports and correspondence concerning the Wide Awake Quicksilver Mine, and its owner A. A. Gibson, as well as photographs depicting mine operations.

 
Wide Open Town History Project Records

This collection contains research files and oral histories from Nan Alamilla Boyd’s groundbreaking history of queer San Francisco to 1965, “Wide Open Town.” Highlights of the collection include audiotapes of 41 separate interviews, some with transcripts; and photographs and archival...

 
Widmark (Richard) papers

The Richard Widmark papers span the years 1947-1987 and encompass 6 linear feet. The collection consists primarily of annotated scripts for film and television, sometimes accompanied by shooting schedules or other production material....

 
Widney Alumni House horseshoe

"Cob shoe" type horseshoe found near Widney Alumni House on the University Park campus, 2012.

 
Widney (Joseph P.) Collection, ca. 1880-1903

Photographs of Widney residence, Manuel Dominguez's San Pedro Ranch, Los Angeles and Southern California, and others. Also stereoviews.

 
Widney (Joseph Pomeroy) Scrapbooks

Scrapbooks contain correspondence and clippings, including many speeches made by Widney, on a variety of topics.

 
Wiederhold (Kenneth L.) Papers

Journals and scrapbooks containing photographs, gift cards, newspaper clippings, textiles, ephemera, handwritten notes, and miscellaneous typescripts documenting the life of Kenneth L. Wiederhold, a gay man from Michigan who became an active participant in the Los Angeles gay community from...

 
Wiegel, Robert L Papers, 1965-1973, bulk 1965-1973

The Papers consist of 3 linear inches of memoranda, correspondence and minutes of the University of California Institute of Marine Resources Executive Committee dated 1965-1973. Dr. Wiegel, the Dean of Engineering at UCB, served as a member of the Executive...

 
Wiegel (Robert L.) Term Papers Collection

Collection of graduate student papers for University of California, Riverside, Department of Civil Engineering, Division of Hydraulic and Sanitary Engineering, Coastal Engineering (CE205A and CE205B) and Coastal and Ocean Engineering (CE290M and CE207), prepared under the instruction of Professor Robert...

 
Wieliczka (Zygmunt) mimeograph

Relates to German-Polish relations during the German Revolution at the end of World War I. Original history published under the title Woelkopolska a Prusy w Dobie Powstania 1918-19 (1932)

 
Wieners (John) Poetry manuscripts and photograph

The photograph of Wieners was taken by Raymond Foye, and it is accompanied by a letter from Foye to Michael Davidson dated 9 May 1985...

 
Wiersma (Cornelis A. G.) Papers

The professional correspondence relating to neurophysiology (principally between 1950-1970) and organizational work, professional associations & publishing material, photographs, reprints, and research notes form the collection known as the Cornelis Wiersma in the Archives of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech).

 
Wiesendanger (Dan) Diaries

Diaries kept by artist Dan Wiesendanger (1915-1996) from 1976 until mid-1995, documenting the events in his life, his friends, and family, including reminiscences of his earlier life. A separate series of diaries documents Wiesendanger's work as an artist and his...

 
Wiesinger (Otto) papers

Correspondence, memoirs, and clippings, relating to the siege of Tsingtao, China, in 1914; Wiesinger's experiences as a Japanese prisoner of war following the siege; social conditions in China during the 1920s; and conditions in Germany during World War II.

 
Wiggan (Elvira Davis) Photograph Collection

The Elvira Wiggan Photograph Collection includes 18 photographs of friends and family of Elvira Davis Wiggan. Included in the collection is a 1860s tin-type portrait of an African American woman, several photographs of Elvira Wiggan’s uncle, Samuel Davis, and photographs...

 
Wiggin (Kate D.) - Notebooks and Workbooks

Summary: 3 notebooks of lectures on kindergarten method, abstracts, and examples of handicraft for children. Handicrafts include drawing, paper cutting, sewing, weaving, and paper folding. Made ca. 1883-1884 by a student in Mrs. Wiggin's kindergarten training courses....

 
Wiggin (Kate D.) collection

Kate Douglas Wiggin was one of the founders of the California Kindergarten Training School in San Francisco and an author of several children’s books including the well-known (1903). The Kate Douglas Wiggin Collection consists of sample books of crafts for...

 
Wiggins (Ira L.) Papers

The original accession of papers (labelled general files) covers the period 1928-65 and consists mainly of professional correspondence. Wiggins maintained long-term contact with a number of prominent botanists and participated in many professional exchanges of information and specimens, often dealing...

 
Wiggins (Robert A.) Papers

Departmental correspondence, minutes, meeting notes, manuscripts, book reviews, class rosters, lecture notes, and curriculum development materials.

 
Wight Art Gallery. Exhibition files.

Record Series 665 contains the exhibition files of the Wight Art Gallery, created between 1941 and 1998.

 
Wiig (Laurence Maxon) collection

Writings, correspondence, and photocopies of United States Army Psychological Warfare Branch, Office of War Information, State Department, and Federal Bureau of Investigation memoranda and reports, relating to activities of the Japanese-American Koji Ariyoshi as an American psychological warfare specialist and...

 
Wijdeveld (H. Th.) graphic and architectural designs

Typographical and architectural designs by the Dutch architect Hendricus Theodorus Wijdeveld, in original drawings and printed examples.

 
Wijngaert (Mark van den.) mimeograph

Relates to the occupation and administration of Belgium by the Germans during World War II. Published in 1975 by the Royal Academy for Sciences, Literature and Arts of Belgium under the title Het Beleid van het Comité van de Secretarissen-Generaal...

 
Wilber Guptil letters : Sacramento (Calif.), to his brother : ALS, 1857 Jan. 1-Feb. 2.

Concern mining experiences, teaming, and life in Sacramento.

 
Wilber W. Hobbs letters : San Francisco, Calif., to Albert Daniel Smiley, Redlands, Calif., 1904.

Soliciting help on the ore prospects of land bought on speculation now up at public auction.

 
Wilbur C. Washburn typescripts, circa 1980-2003.

Contains seven typescripts of general fiction stories.

 
Wilbur (Curtis D.) Papers

Collection contains various printed speeches and addresses from the period beginning March, 1924 through November, 1927. In addition it contains various newspaper articles and miscellaneous correspondence....

 
Wilbur (Earl M.) Papers

This collection had been in storage several years before processing; moved several times, and handled by various people over the years, including Wilbur's daughter Elizabeth. Materials for the collection came in groups of boxes or individual items from various sources...

 
Wilbur Macey Stone letter, 1927 February 2

One letter (ALS) to Mr. Hays re Rowfant Club. New York, 2 Feb. 1927. Alpha list.

 
Wilbur (Ray L.) Papers

Includes bibliography and biographical materials on Ray Lyman Wilbur and the Wilbur family.

 
Wilbur (Ray L.) Papers

Correspondence, writings, memoranda, reports, pamphlets, other printed matter, and miscellanea, relating to American and world politics, the administrations of Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt, development of natural resources in the United States, national health and other social problems, the...

 
Wilbur (Ray Lyman) Personal Papers

Collection includes correspondence; scrapbooks; publications; speeches and trip notes; rough draft of Wilbur's "Memoirs"; R. L. Wilbur's will; honorary degrees; letters from Marguerite Blake Wilbur (Mrs. R. L. Wilbur) to her children, some of which are titled ("Doings"); and files...

Wilbur (Ray Lyman) Photographs

Photographs of Ray Lyman Wilbur as a child, from his student days at Stanford University and Cooper Medical College, as President of Stanford, and as Secretary of the Interior. Student photos include images of his room in Encina Hall, Hopkins...

 
Wilbur (Ray Lyman), President of Stanford University, Papers

Administrative files from the president's office. The material dates primarily from the administration of Ray Lyman Wilbur, but the last boxes extend into the terms of Presidents Tresidder and Sterling. Included is correspondence relating to administrative, financial, and educational affairs...

 
Wilcox (John Marsh) Papers

Correspondence, astrophysics papers, refereeing reports, lecture notes, travel records, reprints, research notes, films, and biographical materials, largely relating to his research and teaching.

 
Wilcox (Wendell) diary

Relates to conditions in the prison camp.

 
Wilcoxson (Jefferson) Papers

Jefferson Wilcoxson (1809-1898) was a California pioneer who became involved in merchandising, farming, banking, and land investments in Northern California. The majority of the collection consists of incoming correspondence to Wilcoxson from 1869-1897. Correspondents include George W. Applegate, George W....

 
Wild birds of North America [graphic] /

At head of each cover sheet: Presented by Dr. John Craighead.

 
Wild Birds of North America [graphic].

Prints depict six bird species of North America: 1. Peregrine falcon; 2. Golden eagle; 3. Goshawk; 4. Eaglets; 5. Barn owl; 6. Canadian geese.

 
Wildavsky (Aaron) Papers

The Aaron Wildavsky papers, 1955-1995, consist of writings, correspondence, speeches, and course materials. By far the greatest part of the collection is Wildavsky's writings, which include drafts and correspondence about his own work and reviews of the work of others....

 
Wildcat Creek Restoration Collection

Reports, newspaper clippings, articles, etc., documenting the ongoing restoration efforts of the Waterways Restoration Institute on Wildcat Creek in Contra Costa County, California....

 
Wilde (Irene) papers

Irene Wilde contributed poetry to the and the , wrote (1928), (c. 1938) and (1943). The collection consists of both typewritten and handwritten poetry by Wilde, correspondence, news clippings, and annotated rough drafts.

 
Wilde (Oscar) and his Literary Circle Collection: Correspondence

Material described in this finding aid represents the main correspondence portion of the Oscar Wilde and his Literary Circle collection at the Clark Library. The collection includes letters by Wilde, his wife, his mother, Lord Alfred Douglas, More Adey, Christopher...

 
Wilde (Oscar) and his Literary Circle Collection: Manuscripts and Miscellaneous Materials

This finding aid described literary and miscellaneous manuscripts related to or composed by Oscar Wilde and his literary circle. Significant manuscripts include drafts of , , and a chapter of .

 
Wilde (Oscar) and his Literary Circle Collection: Wildeiana

This finding aid describes a wide-ranging collection of material relating to Oscar Wilde and to his literary and artistic circle in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Great Britain.

 
 
Wilder (Billy) papers

The Billy Wilder papers span the years 1935-1976 (bulk 1943-1961) and encompass 3 linear feet. The collection contains production material and/or correspondence for nine films directed by Wilder and released between 1944 and 1960. The films are THE APARTMENT (1960),...

 
Wilder family papers, 1862-1897.

Notes by Mrs. Augusta Miner Wilder, letters from family and friends, and tax receipts of Jonas Wilder for property in Coloma, included.

 
Wilder, Thornton Letters to Gilbert Perleberg, 1950-1951.

Regarding Perleberg's Rundbrief, and German/American relations.

 
Wilder (Thornton N.) Papers

The papers consist of correspondence (letters and postcards) from Thornton Wilder to his friend, Everett W. Gibbs.

 
Wilderness scenes [graphic] /

Views of nature and wilderness; mostly mountain landscapes. Primarily Dinosaur National Monument and a few in Kings Canyon National Park. Some portraits are also included.

 
Wildlife, plants, Indians, and western scenes from the Vernon Bailey collection [graphic]

Many photographs relate to wildlife (possibly related to Bailey's scientific career and on U.S. Biological Surveys) showing animals in traps, in the wild, etc. Other nature photographs show detailed views of plants and views of rock formations and topography. Photos...

 
Wildman (Murray Shipley) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, and statistics, relating to economic conditions in the United States during World War I and to the activities of the War Trade Board.

 
Wildschut (William) Manuscript Collection

This collection consists of typed manuscripts for and by William Wildschut, as well as correspondence between Wildschut and Southwest Museum director F. W. Hodge dated between 1941 and 1942.

 
Wildy (Marion E.) Papers

The Marion E. Wildy papers consists of photographs, diplomas, yearbooks, programs, speech, and correspondence documenting his education, military service, and family life. The papers are organized into three series: photographs, education, and biographical material. The bulk of the photographs is...

 
Wiley (Austin) Diaries

Handwritten daily diaries kept by Austin Wiley covering the years 1846, 1858, 1871, 1872, 1873, 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877 and 1878. The first, written in 1846, is titled “Life and Adventures of the Author with a Sketch of the Mexican...

 
Wiley (Patricia S.) Rose Collection

This collection contains materials from Roses of Yesterday and Today, formerly known as Lester Rose Gardens, in Watsonville, Calif. Includes scrapbooks & albums, business papers, artwork, miscellaneous publications, and photographs and catalog run.

 
Wilfred Grenfell Labrador, Newfoundland photograph collection, circa 1908-1909

Includes numerous photos of Eskimo population, sled dogs, deer as pack animals.

 
Wilhelm Auhagen lecture notes as student of astronomy in Germany, ca.1879-1883.

Included in: History of Science and Technology Collection.

 
Wilhelm Frithjof Dahl, 1922

Holograph copy of a story by Dahl, "Elfriede: Ein Märchen," in German , 1922, together with a printed leaflet entitled "Maria," also by Dahl, n.d. Gift of Len Menard, n.d. Alpha list.

 
Wilhelm (Gale) Papers

Contains typescripts of poetry, short stories, and novels, including , and ; galley proofs; and documents relating to publishing including correspondence, contracts, and royalty statements. Also includes photographs of Gale Wilhelm and of her house in the Berkeley Hills.

 
Wilhelm (Kathy) collection

Sound recordings of interviews with political activists, video tape of demonstrations, leaflets, and newspaper issues, relating to the Tiananmen Square incident in China in 1989.

 
Wilhelm Ludwig Ferdinand Martens papers, 1868-1926.

Letters from R.G. Aitken and W.W. Campbell regarding equipment for Lick Observatory, and from Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Grinnell, W.F. Durand, the California Academy of Sciences, Frank M. Russell and others; papers relating to his patent for an improvement on...

Wilhelm (Paul) Collection

Collection of newspaper articles concerning California desert history, culture, and lore written by Paul Wilhelm and other authors, predominantly published by the Indio Daily News. Many Indio Daily News articles were published as part the newspaper's Desert Lore series. Collection...

 
Wilhelm (Stephen) Collection

Reports and correspondence relating to cotton breeding, farming, and legislation.

 
Wilhelmsen, Finn (Mardi Gras Indian A/V collection)

This collection contains video recordings of the Mardi Gras Indians recorded by Finn Wilhelmsen. Topics include the Mardi Gras Indian's history, society and practices. Filmed by Finn Wilhelmsen beginning in 1986 and ending in 2004.

 
Wilhoit (Roley E.) Business Ledgers

The four ledgers in this collection record Roley E. Wilhoit's various business transactions between January 1891 and January 1902. During these years, Wilhoit sold insurance, bought, sold and rented San Joaquin county real estate, operated farms, lent money, and sold...

 
Wilke (William Hancock) Collection

Examples of illuminations and book plates Wilke did for the press of John Henry Nash, as well as numerous drawings and water colors of San Francisco scenes, and two original posters for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, 1915.

 
Wilkie (George N.) (1879-1941) Collection, ca. 1905-1915

50 photographic postcards by Wilkie, who was photographer for the Cawston Ostrich Farm in South Pasadena. 29 are of Cawston's. The others are Southern California recreational views including parks and beaches.

 
Wilkinson (Charles B.) Papers, White House Central Files, 1969-1971

Charles B. “Bud” Wilkinson served as a Special Consultant to the President. Wilkinson was responsible for reviewing 1,500 to 1,800 Federal non-regulatory boards and commissions and making recommendations on improving their effectiveness. Wilkinson was also responsible for arranging press conferences...

 
Wilkinson Collection of Library Postcards

A collection of approximately 5800 library postcards collected by Ann M. and Billy R. Wilkinson. The postcards are primarily of early 20th century American libraries, including many Carnegie libraries. There also a few foreign libraries represented.

 
Wilkinson (Ed) Collection

The Ed Wilkinson Collection consists of classical and opera performance broadcasts of the 1930s and 40s on open reel tape, the majority of which from the Standard Symphony Hour series.

 
Wilkinson, H. F. Correspondence, 1887 Oct. 16 and 1889 Jan. 17

Two letters written by H.F. Wilkinson to Jake and sent from Auburn on Oct. 16, 1887 and Jan. 17, 1889. The 1889 letter is on an engraved lettersheet from Freeman's Hotel with the caption "Formerly Borland". Transcriptions of the letters...

 
Wilkinson (Jean B.) Papers: Blacklisted Teachers in Los Angeles

Papers of Jean Benson Wilkinson, a blacklisted Los Angeles teacher. One folder.

 
Wilkinson (Warring) Papers

Correspondence, MSS of articles and speeches, reports, accounts, notebooks, clippings, and periodicals containing articles by and about him, relating primarily to his career as principal of the California Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, Berkeley, California. Also...

 
Will C. Wood Collection, 1900-1939

Manuscripts of speeches, photos, ephemera, scrapbook, clippings, correspondence, banking papers.

 
Will Christopher Wood papers, circa 1898-1939, 1953.

Include correspondence; manuscripts of writings and speeches; clippings and personalia, relating to his career as California superintendent of schools and of banking. Copy of Jeanette A. Vanderpol's dissertation, Will C. Wood Chief of Schools, 1953, also included.

 
Will Irwin collection of letters and papers, 1910-1946.

Assembled from various sources as noted on folders.

 
Will of Dame Margarett White : St. Bartholomewe, London : ms.S, 1621 May 6.

Bequeaths her property to her daughter, Margaret Lovelace, wife of Sir Richard Lovelace, and their children.

 
Willa Cather letters to Thomas Masaryk : and related materials : ms. and typescripts (photocopies), 1923-1993.

Contains photocopies and transcriptions of 5 letters from Cather to her friend Masaryk, 1923-1935, and photocopies of letters from the Czech consulate general. Cather's letters discuss her works and life. Includes a photocopy of a 1933 article by Dennis Halac...

 
Willaims (James) Personal Papers

The James Stephen Williams Personal Papers contains materials relating to his military training and service as a flight navigator for the United States Army Air Corps and Air Force in the Pacific Theater of World War Two.

 
Willamette, Ore. Settlers. Letters to the Bishop of Juliopolis : typescript, 1836 Mar. 22 & 1837 Mar. 8.

With explanatory note by Nellie B. Pipes, Oregon Historical Society. Includes letters by Joseph Gervais, Xavier Laderoute, Etienne Lucier, et al., with news of the Willamette settlements and hope of religious assistance.

 
Willard B. Rising papers, 1866-1908.

Includes correspondence, legal and financial records, laboratory day books, drafts of writings and speeches, and research materials.

 
Willard Davis collection.

World War II era correspondence, envelopes, photographs, and negatives, recordings and programs for radio shows, scripts and films of TV shows.

 
Willard F. Libby oral history, 1975-1977

re career, association with Los Alamos and Oppenheimer, C14 dating. Interviewer: Greg Marlowe, 1975-1977. Interviewee(s): Willard F. Libby; James Arnold Transcript: Transcript: Yes. Arrangement: A19707/CS: Greg Marlowe interviewing Libby at UCLA, Dec. 26, 1975; A19708/CS: Greg Marlowe interviewing James Arnold...

 
Willard Goodwin collection of William Osler correspondence, 1893-1947.

The collection is built around two sets of letters: 1. Twenty original letters from William Osler, M.D. to Howard Atwood Kelly, M.D., dated 1897-1917, plus the notes and materials Dr. Goodwin used to write an article for the "Bulletin of...

 
Willard H. Rees letters to H.H. Bancroft : Butteville, Oregon, 1879.

Letter and portion of letter, September 18 and October 23, 1879, giving information on early French Canadian settlers in Oregon, some of whom went to California in the Gold Rush, and his own overland journey to Oregon, 1844.

 
Willard Pierce letter, 1863 November 16

[Private, Wisconsin Infantry, 20th Regiment (Vol), Co. K]. Photocopy of one Civil War Letter (ALS) to schoolmate. Brownsville, Texas, 16 Nov. 1863.

 
Willard (T. A. [Theodore Arthur]) Collection

T. A. (Theodore Arthur) Willard (1862-1943) was an inventor, musician, and amateur archeologist. Willard published several books on ancient Mayan culture in the 1930s. This collection of papers dating from 1756-1938 and regarding Mayan languages, Chichen Itza, and the Cocom...

 
Willcox (Mark) report

Relates to political conditions in Ireland and Northern Ireland during World War II, and to Irish public opinion regarding the stationing of American troops in Northern Ireland.

 
William A. Beavins correspondence, 1863-1864

[Private, Maine Infantry, 23rd Regiment (Vol), Company B; Rhode Island Cavalry, 3rd Regiment (Vol), Company E]. Civil War correspondence to Miss Josie Hall, 1863-1864.

 
William A. Carter accounts, 1859-1888.

Account books reflecting W.A. Carter's business as sutler and post trader at Fort Bridger, Wyoming.

 
William A. Carter papers, 1835-1925 (bulk 1880).

Business letters received, alphabetically arranged, mostly for the 1870's and 1880's; legal papers, especially an 1838 agreement for carrying on a sutlership in the Cherokee Nation, Tennessee; papers reflecting employee concerns in the Fort Bridger area from about 1860 and...

 
William A. Grubb diaries and related papers, 1899-1989, bulk 1899-1942.

Thirty diary volumes authored by an American globetrotter from 1899 to 1911, and five boxes of postcards to embellish the narratives. Included also is a chronology of Grubb's life derived by Jane Malmgren Bogard and drafts of a reminiscence of...

 
William A. Grubb photograph collection [graphic]

Photographs show a vacation in Iceland, aerial views of San Francisco (from a hot air balloon), the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis, Panama Pacific International Exposition in San Francisco, San Francisco earthquake and fire of 1906 scenes (Marin County...

 
William A. January letters : Placerville and San Jose, Calif. : ALS, 1853-1911.

In three letters to his aunt and cousin Clementina and William Wall of Kentucky written from Placerville, William A. January describes life changes, the Temperance movement, fashion, newly married life, politics, newspapers, and frustrated attempts to see his friend and...

 
William A. Leidesdorff papers, 1843-1848.

Includes receipts, accounts, and financial correspondence from George Hyde, John B. Montgomery, John A. Sutter, John C. Fremont, and others.

 
William A. Leidesdorff title transfer materials : ms., 1849.

Papers that document the transfer of title of the property of William A. Leidesdorff in California from Anna Maria Spark, Anna Christina Gindrup, and Frederika Christina Leidesdorff to Joseph L. Folsom.

 
William A. Leidesdorff title transfer materials : ms., 1849.

Power of Attorney deposition (original and notarized copies) of Anna M. Spark and Anna Christiana Gindrup appointing Holger Gindrup their legal representative in the transaction. Also signed by Ludwig Heitmann, Sparks "curator". Witnessed by Ole Stampe Foss, certified by Peter...

 
William A. Shack papers, 1864-2003 (bulk 1940-1999).

Includes correspondence, manuscripts, bibliographies, research materials and notes relating to Professor Shack's pioneering work with the Gurage People of Ethiopia, as well as research material and original manuscripts for his book Harlem in Montmartre: A Paris Jazz Story Between the...

 
William A. Turner papers, 1934-1936

15 items, mainly correspondence re Custer, Sitting Bull, etc. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

 
William Albert Setchell papers, 1874-1943.

Scrapbooks concerning: teaching at UCB (1895-1920); teaching at elementary and secondary level institutions; his education at Yale University; travel around the world; and miscellaneous materials concerning invitations, theater programs, Bohemian Grove (1937-1938), Third Pan-Pacific Science Congress in Tokyo (1926-1927), presentation...

 
William Alexander Carter letterbooks, 1860-1884.

Kept by Carter primarily in his capacity as sutler and post trader at Fort Bridger; many of the letters and entries are by his wife and sons-in-law, James Van Allen Carter and Maurice Groshon. The first letterbook, a photocopy of...

 
William Alexander Leidesdorff papers, 1838-1848.

Mainly business records, including accounts for supplies to the California Battalion and other U.S. forces. Many used in settlement of his estate.

 
William Alfred Morris papers, 1901-1946.

Includes the following groups of material: 1-2: Oregonia, newspaper clippings, 1901-02. 3: Letters of condolence, 1946. 4: Stanford clippings, 1901-25. 5: English clippings and invitations, 1907-1937. 6: War and peace, clippings. 7-9: "The English government at work, 1327-36"; correspondence, 1930-45,...

 
William Alfred Tenney papers, 1866-1974.

The William Alfred Tenney papers document his work as a Congregational Church pastor in Northern California and Oregon. Includes correspondence, typescripts of articles and sermons, clippings, and church pamphlets. Also includes research materials compiled in the 1960s by Tenney's nephew,...

 
William Allen and Charles Allen letters, to their brother George and other family members : ALS, 1853-1878.

Letters written by two brothers, William and Charles Allen, who were in the shipping business in San Francisco. They operated schooners throughout San Francisco Bay and to Stockton, and later engaged in coastal shipping, usually transporting lumber.

 
William Allen White correspondence, 1905 August 30, 1915 November 5, 1933 January 25, 1935 May 17

Four letters (TLS) from William Allen White, American author, politician, and editor and owner of the Emporia Gazette [Kansas] to/about Southwest artist, illustrator and Santa Barbara resident Fernand Lungren, re Lungren's work and personal reminiscences of times with him ,...

 
[William Allen White portrait] [graphic].

Title supplied by cataloger.

 
William Alonso papers, circa 1957-1991.

This collection contains materials related to the professional career of University of California Berkeley and Harvard economist and regional planner, William Alonso. The collection includes correspondence, subject files, writings--including his seminal dissertation, UC Berkeley and Harvard course materials, notes and...

 
William and Lee Bell Collection of Scripts for Television Soap Operas

Collection consists of various versions of scripts for soap operas such as "The Bold And The Beautiful," "Days Of Our Lives," and "The Young And The Restless." Also includes production material and correspondence....

 
William Antonio Richardson papers, 1851-1857.

Papers in Marin County case of Charles Spencer Compton and Donald Davidson against Richardson over a debt, 1853-1855; letter to W.H. Davis, concerning his arrival in Sausalito and the death of Henry Hill from cholera.

 
William Arthur Beasly papers, 1906-1936.

Correspondence of the judge relating to political appointments and legal questions. Letters from H.W. Johnson, Robert M. Clarke, Erwin W. Owen, George S. Walker and others. Obituary clipping and memorial included.

 
William Ashburner letters, 1864-1902.

Chiefly personal letters, 1864-1882, from William Ashburner to William H. Brewer, some of which relate to the California Geological Survey. Also includes letters, 1864?-1902, from Mrs. Ashburner.

 
William Augustus Stearns letter, 1867 March 11.

One holograph letter written and signed by William Augustus Stearns, president of Amherst College from 1854 to 1876, to Rev. Cousin about receiving a copy of the Southern Review that contains an article by Cousin in which he portrayed someone...

 
William A.Z. Edwards diaries and account books, 1843-1908.

Cover his voyage from England to New York in 1844; visit to England and return to the United States (1851); voyage to California via the Isthmus of Panama (1853); experiences gold mining in Tuolumne County and in vicinity of Nelson's...

 
William B. Gardner papers, 1848-1856.

Papers relating to the voyages of the ship Sarah Parker, including log of voyage from San Francisco to New York, 1854-1855; letters of Gardner describing voyage with San Francisco as destination, ending in Rio de Janeiro where the ship and...

 
William B. Johnson Panama letter, 1853.

Original handwritten copy and typescript of a letter written by William B. Johnson to his "Dear Friend" in Cohasset, Massachusetts on March 13, 1853, describing his journey through Panama and in particular detailing how much everything cost.

 
William B. Lake journal and related material, 1852-1899.

begun, Aug. 12, 1852, in Maine; last entry a poem, 1899, written in San Francisco. Records trip to California, 1853 via Panama; association with his father, Jefferson Lake, in saw mill near Sacramento; events in Sacramento in the 1850s and...

 
William B. Lorton diaries and papers, 1848 Sept.-1850 Jan.

Records travels in New York, Canada and the Midwest, then overland via the Mormon Trail, Salt Lake and the southern road to Los Angeles. Throughout California Lorton was in the company of various parties associated with Death Valley. Three diaries...

 
William Bacon commercial drawings for Hibernia Bank and Smith & Jones Company [graphic].

Includes 2 commercial drawings of San Francisco banks: (:1) interior of Hibernia Bank, with text: Service and Safety; (:2) depiction of 2 pirates burying a treasure chest and separate image of facade of Smith & Jones Company bank, with text:...

 
William Bancroft Midgely notebook : n.p. : ms.S, [undated]

Notes for Botany II. At end of volume, genealogies of the Bancroft, Putnam, King and Midgely families. With this, clippings re the Bancroft and Wells families.

 
William Bellows letter, 1929 June 7

One letter (ALS) from William Bellows to an unknown recipient, asking if he would hand an enclosed copy of Bellows' book on Sir Edmund Gosse to the literary editor, for review in the Birmingham Post. Eastgate, Gloucester, 7 June 1929....

 
William Benemann collection of sexuality and gender miscellany, 1953-2011.

Contains vinyl record albums, photographs, postcards, periodicals, comic books, etc., relating broadly to the issues of non-heterosexual sexuality and gender expressions in popular media and entertainment. Includes materials concerning Christine Jorgensen, Margaret Cho, Robert Goulet, Marlon Riggs, Essex Hemphill, Ramon...

 
William Blake engraving, 1825

Engraving of "The Just Upright Man is laughed to scorn," 1825. Found item with CB slip; provenance unknown. Alpha list. Oversize boxed.

 
William Bodham Donne letters, [undated] and 1875.

Include letter (May 27, 1875) to actor Harry Kemble commenting on his performance in Sweet & Short, with mention of other contemporary actors and plays; and an enclosure of a license (Mar. 3, 1873) issued by Donne as Examiner of...

 
William Bradford Reed correspondence, 1816-1858

(1806-1876). Four letters (ALS): two from Joseph Reed, 1816 and 1829, and two from William Bradford Reed, 1849 and ca. 1857-1858. All laid in William Bradford Reed's President Reed of Pennsylvania: A Reply to George Bancroft and Others.

 
William Branford Shubrick papers, 1820-1864.

Private papers of Rear Admiral Shubrick primarily concerning the Mexican-American War and his tour as commander of the Pacific Squadron. Materials include a ledger of memoranda of his time in the Pacific Squadron, correspondence from his wife and daugher, a...

 
William Broderick letters : San Francisco, Calif., to Singer Manufactoring Co. : ALS, 1863-1864.

Contains 16 letters from the San Francisco agent for the Singer Manufacturing Co., sent to Singer headquarters in New York. Discusses the business in San Francisco during the time of the Civil War including an industrial fair to be held...

 
William Bronson Sierra Club papers, 1932-1971.

Papers relating to William Bronson's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
William Brooks Dublin photographs used in the production of Benicia: where the past meets the present [graphic].

Includes photographs used in the production of William Brooks Dublin's booklet Benicia: Where the Past Meets the Present. Includes views of Benicia, Calif. and its environs.

 
William Brown invoice, 1809 April 18

One invoice for shipping of cotton and potash from port of New York, 18 Apr. 1809. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

 
William Byron Rumford papers

The William Byron Rumford papers including correspondence, subject files, legislative files and campaign materials.

 
William Byron Rumford photograph collection [graphic]

Includes portraits of Rumford, group photos with other political figures, family photos.

 
William C. Dailey papers, [ca. 1939-1946]

Letters (14) 1939-1946, from California Representative, Jerry Voorhis, with copies of some of his speeches from the Congressional Record.

 
William C. Farmer collection of Clark Ashton Smith, circa 1900-1930.

Includes published and unpublished poems, short stories, story fragments and an unpublished novel, "The Sword of Zagan."

 
William C. Mathes collection, 1921-1976.

Periodicals and articles, court bulletins, newspapers and clippings, books and excerpts, transcripts of addresses, certificates and diplomas, photographs, and miscellaneous items belonging to William C. Mathes.

 
William C. Penry Collection, 1868-1895.

Business papers and correspondence in connection with operation of the Amador Dispatch newspaper and the Amador Telegraph Company, both in Jackson, California

 
William C. Sturtevant papers, 1973-1975.

Include copies of correspondence with Professor Robert E. Heizer and José L. Morales. Also include copies of his notes on materials re Indians of the West in the Archives des Affaires Etrangères in Paris, and a segment of a catalog...

 
William C. Thompson letter, 1850 May 20.

One holograph letter signed by William C. Thompson, Captain of the Steamer "Sarah Sands", from San Simeon Bay, [California] to the Pastor of Mission San Antonio about running out of coal and other supplies and sending three representatives, Francisco Rice,...

 
William Carlos Williams letter : to Robert Pepper and related material, 1951-1966.

Contains copy of letter from Robert Pepper to poet William Carlos Williams and Williams' response. Also includes script and correspondence from a Radio Program done in New Zealand following Williams' death.

 
William Carlos Williams typescript poem, 1966 June 30

(1883-1963). One signed typescript poem, "The Stone Crock," by American poet William Carlos Williams, n.d. Gift of Alan Stephens

 
William Carney photograph album [graphic].

Bulk of album documents documents Carney's service in the United States Air Force during World War II in Europe , including portraits and snapshots of Carney and other soldiers on duty and during leisure time. Includes aerial combat scenes. Other...

 
William Chapman Ralston collection of letters and papers, 1859-1873.

Include letters written by Ralston; correspondence with members of the Japanese Embassy to the Treaty Powers, 1872-1873 and letter from Daniel Coit Gilman.

 
William Chinowsky papers, circa 1970-1992.

The William Chinowsky papers contain materials related to his professional career as a Physics Professor at the University of California, Berkeley. These include course materials, subject files and administrative materials related to the Physics Department and the university.

 
William Clark correspondence, 1886-1890.

Contains letters from his father, mother and sibilings was well as a few letters from other family members and friends written to him from mostly San Francisco, Calif. while he was in Chicago, Ill.

 
William Clayton letterbooks, [1860-1879]

Letterpress copies of business and personal correspondence, Feb. 25, 1860 - Nov. 25, 1879.

 
William Collins Wilkie note, 1879 December 11

(1824-1889). One note (ANS), with a quote from his Woman in White. London, 11 Dec. 1879. Alpha list.

 
William Cooper letter to Captain Moses I. Muliken, 1849.

Letter from Pittston, Maine businessman William Cooper to charter captain Moses I. Muliken of the brig Mary Wilder regarding plans to go to California and take part in mining operations, April 13, 1849.

 
William Cooper letter to Captain Moses I. Muliken, 1849.

Letter from Pittston, Maine businessman William Cooper to charter captain Moses I. Muliken of the brig Mary Wilder regarding plans to go to California and take part in mining operations, April 13, 1849.

 
William Cooper papers on birds, 1830-1860.

Report on a species of pelican brought from the sources of the Mississippi by H. R. Schoolcraft; draft of a paper on changes in the habitat and frequency of North American birds; Synonomy [sic] of Horsfield's Birds of Java...

 
William Cornell Greene report as president, Greene Consolidated Copper Company, on disturbances in the area : Cananea, Sonora, Mexico : ms., 1906 June 11.

Typescript copy of report on riots in the mining area; with copy of explanatory letter (Waterbury, Conn., Sept. 30, 1957) from "Lem" (Leavenworth Porter) Sperry to John A[llen] Coe.

 
William Cullen Bryant letters, 1831-1876.

Correspondence relates to various matters, including advice to a young writer and a letter of introduction for another. Included also is an autograph on lined paper.

 
William D. Dixon letters to his wife, Martha, 1861, 1862.

Two holograph Civil War letters from William D. Dixon, [lieutenant colonel, 6th Regiment, Pennsylvania Reserves?] In one, written from Harrisburg, Dixon describes the outfitting of the troops. In the second letter, written from a camp near Harrison Landing, he describes...

 
William D. Thompson papers, 1828, 1864-1865

Civil War correspondence of Thompson, a major with the U.S. Infantry, District of Washington, Paymaster, mostly to his wife, 1864-1865, and one poem, 1828.

 
William David McClure papers, 1850-1908.

Diaries, letters, wills, and ephemera belonging to 3 generations of the McClure family. The 2 diaries belong to William D. McClure: the first, 1850, describes his journey from Ohio to California to prospect for gold. Letters to his mother, Jane...

 
William David Smart letter to H.I. Priestley : Los Angeles, Ca. : LS , 1940 Aug. 27.

Information about the Mexican Evangelical Memorial Church of Los Angeles and photograph.

 
William Dean Howells letter, 1880 January 11

(1837-1920). One letter (ALS) to Mrs. [?] Kahn, including lines from his poem "The Thorn.". Boston, 11 Jan. 1880. Alpha list.

 
William Dean Howells letter, 1892 January 18

[author and literary critic]. One letter (ALS) to Mr. [?] Thomas, talking about water pipes freezing in the house he is renting. 18 Jan. 1892.

 
William Dean Howells letters, 1882-1912.

Miscellaneous letters, assembled from various sources.

 
William Dean Howells note, 1892 March 19

One note (AN), declining invitation. 19 Mar. 1892.

 
William Denman miscellany, 1917-1959.

Consists chiefly of seven letters from Woodrow Wilson to Denman concerning the events leading to Denman's resignation from his post as chairman of the U.S. Shipping Board in 1917. Denman disagreed with General George W. Goethals, general manager of the...

 
William Dennison Stephens papers, 1919-1922.

Materials created when Dennison was Governor of California.

 
William Dole collection, circa 1950s

One framed drawing by William Dole, UCSB Professor of Art, dated Dec. 9, 1956.

 
William Doyle Pennell Collection, 1849-1885.

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

 
William Durbrow, irrigation leader : transcript, 1957 July and October.

Interviews conducted by Willa K. Baum for the Regional Cultural History Project, University of California Library, Berkeley. Portrait photograph pasted in. Notes on his family (California pioneers) and early life; transfer of engineering interest from mining to water; water problems,...

 
William E. Barton poem, undated

"Illinois and Lincoln." Printed poem, signed by Barton, n.d.

 
William E. Colby Sierra Club papers, 1892-1966.

Papers relating to William E. Colby's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
William E. Dole Collection, 1708-1730.

Two manuscript volumes representing the records of parishioners of the Church of San Bartolomeo in Apice, by Domen-Antonio Mazzucchi, Rectors and others. Volume 1 - 1708-1719. Volume 2 - 1730.

 
William E. Garner diary, 1863-1868

[Private, Iowa Infantry, 10th Regiment (Vol), Company E]. Diary of a Union Civil War soldier, who took part in Battle of Chattanooga; also an account of farming activities in Iowa after the war, 1863-1868.

 
William E. Siri papers, [ca. 1961-1966]

Correspondence, financial reports and files, and writings concerning the first American Mount Everest Expedition in 1963.

 
William E. Spangle papers, [ca. 1950-1980].

Contain correspondence, reports, project files and subject files for Spangle's consulting jobs in San Mateo, San Francisco, Marin, Santa Cruz, Alameda and Sacramento counties.

 
William E. Taylor papers, 1844-1847.

Contents: military appointment paper issued by Col. G. McDowell, 1844; letters from Victor Prudon and William L. Maury, 1847; diary of overland journey from Missouri to California, 1846; and a few travel notes.

 
William Earp collection, 1862

The William Earp collection consists of: a leather satchel with "William Earp Pontiac Illinois" written on the side (the satchel he took to California according to family lore); a 90-page diary for the year 1862; three photographs of Earp (one...

 
William Edgar Borah papers, 1918-1932.

Autograph, 1918; letter to George Higgins Moses, April 15, 1925; three letters to George Sylvester Viereck, 1924-1929, with a typescript copy of Viereck's article on Borah for Liberty Magazine, corrected in Ms. by Borah. (16 l.)

 
William Edgar Randall family photographs [graphic]

Daguerreotypes of William E. Randall and Sarah Seaver Randall; original photos of Sarah Seaver Randall, an unidentified descendant of William Edgar Randall, Martha Jane Irish Clifford, Hiram Penny Clifford; group photo of the Randall children taken ca. 1890; the Randall...

 
William Edward Lovett papers, 1857-1892 (bulk 1857-1883).

include correspondence, legal documents, accounts, speeches, and newspaper clippings. Correspondence includes letters between his stagecoach company and the Postmaster General regarding mail routes in San Benito county and letters dealing with cases and politics. Legal documents include work done on...

 
William Edward Petty Hartnell papers, [ca. 1825-1827].

Documents relating to arbitration proceedings between John B. R. Cooper and Luis A. Argüello. Letters, accounts and memorandum of suggested settlement, also signed by Antonio J. Cot, relating to dispute between Argüello, the owner, and Cooper, the captain, of the...

 
William Edwin Rudge [Firm] Collection

Business records and personal papers of William E. Rudge, his family, his printing firm, and associates.

 
William Edwin Rudge Printing Firm oral history, circa 1973

Printers. Interviewer:? Interviewee(s): Fred Rudge and William Edwin Rudge III.

 
William Elder letters to his wife and his cousin, 1850-1851.

Letters from Panama describe his trip across the Isthmus and his difficulty securing passage to California. Letters from California contain description of San Francisco and of experiences gold mining and store-keeping.

 
William Elsey Connelley manuscripts, 1900s.

Revised Mss. and printers' copies of books Indian Hero-Legends, Folk Tales and Fairy Stories, and Mythic Tales of the Wyandots. Some notes and sketches relating to illustrations for the books included.

 
William Everson collection, 1976 April 16

(Brother Antoninus). Ms draft and related correspondence regarding article, based on his 16 Apr. 1976 Corle lecture, appearing in December 1976 issue of UCSB Library's Soundings. Alpha list.

 
William Everson letter, 1961 November 27

(Brother Antoninus). One letter (ALS) to Sister Magdalen Mary, including story about God being female and black. St. Albert's, Oakland, 27 Nov. 1961. Purchase from Joseph the Provider, $135

 
William Everson letter, circa 1949 July 5

One letter (ALS) to David Magee, re Everson's book A Privacy of Speech. Berkeley, [ ca 5 July 1949]. Alpha list.

 
William Everson papers, circa 1947-1970.

Relating primarily to his literary career during the time he was in the Dominican Order as Brother Antoninus. Includes correspondence, manuscripts of poems, speeches, and other writings. Includes material on Robinson Jeffers, biographical and autobiographical material, personalia, bibliographies and bibliographical...

 
William Everson printed prospectus, 1968

Printed prospectus for Canticle to the Waterbirds, signed by American poet and small press printer Brother Antoninus, aka William Everson. Berkeley: Eizo, [1968]. [Printers Collection]. Alpha list.

 
William F. King Civil War correspondence, 1864-1865

Purchase, HCA, $1410 incl. commission, 2010. Wyles funds? See auction description.

 
William F. Knowland papers, 1900-1974 (bulk 1946-1959)

The collection includes extensive correspondence and subject files from Knowland's careers in journalism and politics, as well as personal correspondence. Also included are scrapbooks, drafts of speeches, and letters from constituents regarding contemporary political issues. Carton 498 includes papers of...

 
William F. Knowland photograph collection [graphic]

Photographs from the life and career of William Fife Knowland. Includes a few scenes from his childhood in California, some military photographs from the World War II era, and numerous photographs relating to his political career, campaigns for the U.S....

 
William F. Knowland photograph collection [graphic] : additions.

1: California missions, ca. 1900 -- 2: Russian Orthodox Convent of Our lady of Vladimir, 1950-51 -- 3: Knowland in Taiwan -- 4: Uncaptioned album of Knowland in Asia -- 5: Album in honor of Knowland visit to "Free National...

 
William F. Losch, Jr. Douglas Aircraft letters, 1941.

Two letters from William F. Losch, Jr. to Thomas A. Rommel talking about Losch's employment at Douglas Aircraft Co. (one on Douglas stationary), two sheets of typed material, and numerous photos of Losch, Rommel, and a man named Pierson. Losch...

 
William F. Orendorff document, 1847 June 26

[Captain, New York 21st Brigade and 13th Division of Infantry]. One document (ADS): Brigade Order, re resignation of Captain Orendorff, 26 June 1847. From: CDCC.

 
William F. Simpson original gag cartoon drawings [graphic].

Includes original drawings for gag cartoons on various subjects. Also includes clippings of Simpson's published cartoons from various sources, including the San Francisco Examiner, the Oakland Post Enquirer and the Winged Acorn.

 
William Francis Giauque papers, [ca. 1930-1981].

Correspondence, research notes, manuscripts of writings and speeches primarily related to his research in low temperature calorimetry and the third law of thermodynamics; also includes files related to the building of the Low Temperature Laboratory at the University of California,...

 
William Freeborn papers : chiefly concerning the California sugar industry , 1882 January 4 - 1885 July 24.

One letterpress copybook containing ca. 200 letters signed by Wm. Freeborn, F. A. Wheeler or Henry Allen, concerning the California sugar industry. One holograph document, signed, from Cope & Boyd, Attorneys at Law, to Wm. Freeborn, conveying their opinion regarding...

 
William Frend De Morgan correspondence, 1866-1917.

Mainly congratulatory letters to the British author on the publication of his book, Joseph Vance, and letters of condolence to Mrs. De Morgan on his death in 1917. Include letters from his father, Augustus De Morgan, Henry Sidgwick, Sir Philip...

 
William G. Brown letters to his wife, 1848-1849.

13 original letters and photostats of a letter. Written from New Orleans, Chagres, New Granada, Panama, San Francisco, Sutter's Mill, and Sacramento. Describing voyage on schooner, Crescent City; conditions on the Isthmus; voyage on steamer, Panama; and life in California,...

 
William G. Brownlow testimony letter, 1866 April 5.

Form testimony letter by William G. Brownlow, Governor of Tennessee, to commission Absalom Goforth as Justice of the Peace in the 15th Civil District of the County of Washington elected on the 3rd of March 1866.

 
William G. Clark copybook, Coloma, 1859.

Copybook kept by William G. Clark of Coloma CA. 1859. Includes essays and comment on social events in Coloma during this period, along with poetry and stories.

 
William G. Clark copybook, Coloma, 1859.

Copybook kept by William G. Clark of Coloma CA. 1859. Includes essays and comment on social events in Coloma during this period, along with poetry and stories.

 
William G. Dana papers, 1825-1858.

7 letters and 7 items, including a letter from his sister, Adeline. Other letters from prominent Californians discuss topics such as land, livestock, family, court cases. Two letters are addressed to Dana's son, Carlos. Also included is a deed to...

 
William G. Mackenzie Papers, ca. 1960-1990

Clippings, research material, correspondence and organizational documents related to the activities of the M.A.I.A. Foundation (Migration and Adaptation in the Americas Foundation) and William G.Mackenzie, one of the organization's founders

 
William G. Wood correspondence, 1864-1867.

Letters to Wood as Deputy Clerk of the California Supreme Court.

 
William Gambel papers, 1841-1968 (bulk 1841-1845)

Scrapbook (1 v.) includes biographical sketch of William Gambel, doctor-naturalist, written by his nephew; letters written by Gambel (who also spelled his name Gamble) to his mother from Santa Fe and from Pueblo de Los Angeles (1841) describing hardships of...

 
William Garrett miscellany, ca. 1993-1997.

Includes self-published items including some of his own poetry and haiku. Also includes eviction papers from 1993 and 1997.

 
William Garrison correspondence : Guerneville, Calif. : ALS (photocopies), 1887-1888.

Includes a brief letter from John Gannon stating that Benjamin Miller had been acquitted of murder on July 11, 1863, a longer letter to P.J. Shafter discussing Miller's San Francisco trial, and a short note.

 
William Gibbs McAdoo letters to his wife, Eleanor (Wilson) McAdoo, 1914-1938.

Comments on activities as U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, the political scene in Washington, D.C., his father-in-law President Wilson, his private law practice, and his political career as candidate for U.S. President and as U.S. Senator from California.

 
William Gill letters : American River, Calif. to Comfort Searle, 1851-1852.

Contains 2 letters describing the gold mining successes and failures near Poverty Bar on the American River and elsewhere in California after his friend Searle has left the mines. Letter of December 19, 1851 includes a postscript by Els Wallace.

 
William Gilpin dictation and biographical material, circa 1888- 1890.

Early history of his family; the Seminole wars; Democratic editor in St. Louis; journey to Oregon With Frémont, 1843; adventures in Oregon and return overland, 1844; Missouri politics, 1845-1846; service under Doniphan in New Mexico, and against the Plains Indians,...

 
William Glen interviews with scientists [sound recording]

Interviews with twenty-four scientists, chiefly geologists, conducted between 1976 and 1978.

 
William Goodwin Dana papers, 1827-1849.

Letters from Dana in Santa Barbara; testimony concerning a shipment of goods; agreement with Victor Linares regarding a lease.

 
 
William Greenwell biographical sketches, 1886.

Concern his career in the U.S. Coast Survey in the East from 1846 and on the Pacific coast from 1854.

 
William Griffith Jones papers, 1872-1906.

Primarily family correspondence (some letters in Welsh) but include 32 letters from E.H. Griffen and his wife, Emily (Oregon pioneers), and letters, 1891-1892, from the San Marcos Land Company, San Diego Co., and Bardsdale Lands, Ventura Co., California.

 
William H. Alsup research materials related to Walter A. Starr, Jr., 1895-2001.

Contains research materials used for a book, Missing in the Minarets: the search for Walter A. Starr, Jr., about a climber who died in 1933 while climbing alone in the Minarets Wilderness of California. Includes Sierra Club bulletins, photocopies of...

 
William H. Bain Photograph Albums, 1915-1939.

The two photograph albums document William H. Bain and his wife Juanita Elizabeth Bain's life in San Francisco and travels. Album 1: contains 193 photographic prints documenting the Bain's life between 1915 and 1939. The Panama Pacific International Exposition photographs...

 
William H. Brewer correspondence : with Josiah D. Whitney, 1860-1884.

Chiefly concerning the geological survey of California and its publications. A few related letters from others included.

 
William H. Brewer diaries and journals, 1860-1864.

Pocket notebooks, various sizes, in slip cases. Records of the geological survey of California, 1860-1864.

 
William H. Brewer fieldbooks, 1861-1864.

Pocket notebooks, various sizes, in slip cases. Notes, observations, etc., on the geological survey of California.

 
William H. Brewer letters to his family: typed transcript, 1860-1864.

Used by Francis P.Farquhar in preparing Up and Down California ... (Yale Univ. Press, 1930), with a chronology of the geological survey of California and explanatory notes by Farquhar.

 
William H. Brewer papers, 1860-1865.

Records kept while a member of the California Geological Survey: v. l-8: Field notes, some diary entries, notes of camps and specimens collected; and accounts; v. 9-10: record of letters written and received; v. ll-20: barometrical observations; v. 2l-30: journals;...

 
William H. Brewer papers, 1862-1909.

Letters written to Brewer, primarily from men who had been associated with him on the California Geological Survey, including James G. Cooper, James T. Gardiner, Josiah Whitney, Vitus Wackenreuder, R.D. Cotter (re mining experiences in Montana) and others; and letters...

 
William H. Bull Collection, 1891-1919.

William H. Bull, 1861-1940, arrived in San Francisco in 1894. He was employed by Southern Pacific Railroad as their first commerical artist. He specialized in doing advertising and in painting pictures of California's beauty spots for Southern Pacific's promotional materials....

 
William H. Chapman letters : ALS : relating to the San Francisco earthquake of 1906, 1906 April 22-June 21.

Letters written to his wife at the Presidio in Monterey, providing vivid descriptions of San Francisco following the earthquake and fire and of the relief efforts.

 
William H. Clark receipts, 1874-1879.

from University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center;

 
William H. Eggert collection of views, primarily of the Hetch Hetchy Valley vicinity [graphic].

Includes some family snapshots and views of survey parties in the San Francisco Bay Area and various Yosemite region locations. Bulk of collection focuses on the survey of the Hetch Hetchy valley prior to and during dam construction.

 
William H. Foote letters to W.A. Carter and related papers, 1834-1884 (bulk 1834-1846)

Contains 77 letters written at Haywood, Virginia, June 12, 1834-June 12, 1846, to Foote's nephew William A. Carter. Three letters by his widow, M.M. Foote, 1847-1848, and letters by Henry W. Davis and John Johnson (n.d. and 1884), relate to...

 
William H. Hampton diaries : typed transcript, 1852-1859.

Pocket diaries (3 v.); originals in private possession.

 
William H. Hutchinson Collection, 1947-1990

Correspondence, background materials, notes and drafts for books on California history; reprints of articles and short stories; photographs; periodicals; books; speeches; membership lists and correspondence for "The Family"; research material; radio and TV scripts.

 
William H. Leach diaries, 1862-1867

[Sergeant, 12th West Virginia Volunteers, Co. A]. Three Civil War diaries, 1862- 1864 (extensive descriptions of daily life and military engagements); five accompanying letters (ALS); list of those present and absent on 21 May 1864; essay on the soldier; and...

 
William H. Maas letters received while editor of the London Daily chronicle, 1891-1931.

Preferred citation: William H. Maas letters received while editor of the London Daily Chronicle, BANC MSS 73/33 z, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
William H. Meyers letters, manuscripts and drawings, 1842-1844.

Illustrated entries for his journal, July-Sept. 1842, recorded while in Chile and Peru with the U.S. Sloop of War, Cyane (variants of those written in his journal, C-F 92, q.v.); two letters, 1843 and 1844, describing further voyages to Hawaii,...

 
William H. Staniels Jr. family correspondence, 1901-1964.

Contains the correspondence of a Berkeley, California family through the early twentieth century. The bulk of the letters are while William H. Staniels Jr. was serving in the Aviation Section, Sargent Signal Corps during World War I, and love letters...

 
William H. Townsend's experiences in California, June - August, 1849 : typescript, [undated]

Transcript made by Jacques M. Downs of a portion of the original manuscript in the Rhode Island Historical Society Library. Concerning experiences in San Francisco and the mines.

 
William H. Wallace correspondence, circa 1828-1886

[Civil War Union General]. Correspondence, ca. 1828-1886. .05 linear feet (1 folder).

 
William H. Waste photographic collection [graphic]

Views, primarily of the University of California, Berkeley, campus, including Sather Gate and Sather Tower; one lantern slide produced from a photograph of the class of 1872; some views of the city of Berkeley.

 
William H. Young papers, 1928-1965.

Contains papers and photographs relating to William H. Young's personal and professional life.

 
William Haas papers, 1849-1927.

The collection contains photocopies of William Haas' naturalization papers, photocopies of a marriage license and a marriage certificate for William Haas and Bertha Greenebaum; a German book with a photograph pasted to the front inside cover of Koppel and William...

 
William Halsted letter to John Neafie, 1868 February 15.

One holograph letter written by William Halsted at Trenton, New Jersey, summarizing his legal and political career and his efforts to raise the First New Jersey Cavalry.

 
William Hammond Hall Collection, 1817-1915

Correspondence, business and personal papers, notebooks, scrapbooks.

 
William Hammond Hall family photograph album [graphic].

Album contains carte de visite portraits of multiple generations of the family of California civil engineer William Hammond Hall, incluiding Hall himself; his mother Anna Maria Hammond Hall; his sister Mary Buchanan Hall (aka Mollie Buchanan Hall); his uncles and...

 
William Hancock Wilkie pictorial collection [graphic].

Includes etchings of Chinatown and Mission Dolores in San Francisco, an etched portrait of Phoebe Apperson Hearst, and paintings of trees and landscapes in the Berkeley Hills, of the mouth of the Russian River, and the rotunda of the Hibernia...

 
William Hanson letters : and related papers, 1849-1852.

Letters written to family in the East, describing voyage to California via the Isthmus of Panama, and mining near Mokelumne Hill.

 
William Harris letters : ALS, 1863-1866.

Contains 10 letters; 1 from Harris to his wife while in Santa Catalina Island, Calif., 5 from friend Capt. Frank "Gus" Gregory in Santa Catalina and San Pedro, Calif. and 4 from John Hevblow. Letters relate to life in Calif....

 
William Harrison Lambert letter, 1913 February 15

One letter (ALS) from Lambert's wife, Herminia V. Lambert, to Judge William H. [Staake?] re tribute to Lambert. Laid in In Memoriam William H. Lambert. Germantown, 15 Feb. 1913.

 
William Hayley letters, 1794 August 12-no year September 9

Two letters from English writer Hayley: one ALS to Pitt [William Pitt the Younger?] re a pension for his friend William Cowper, Sept. 9, n.y. and one ALS to Lady Hesketh, asking assistance for novelist Charlotte Smith, Aug. 12, 1794....

 
William Heath Davis Collection, 1837-1905

Correspondence, legal papers.

 
William Heeser papers, 1857-1916.

Contains mostly deeds along with a smaller number of other related real estate legal documents such as bills of sale, receipts, tax sales, account sheets, etc. for property transactions involving William Heeser. Also contains a small amount of similar materials...

 
William Henry Bigler memoirs and journals, 1815-1899 : typescript, 1932.

Typed transcripts made by Utah Historical Records Survey, W.P.A., to supplement a version of the Bigler Mss. printed in Utah Historical Quarterly, v. 5, 1932. (Bigler wrote several versions of his diaries, one for H.H. Bancroft in 1872 [filed as...

 
William Henry Brewer correspondence, 1862-1909.

Primarily letters fron men who had been associated with him on the California Geological Survey, including James G. Cooper, James T. Gardiner, Josiah Whitney, Vitus Wackenreuder, R.D. Cotter (re mining experiences in Montana) and others; and letters from Samuel P....

 
William Henry Hutchinson research notes used in preparation of book on Thomas Robert Bard.

Also include some notes from the Lyman and Milton Stewart papers in the Biola College Library, transcribed by Dr. G.T. White for his history of Standard Oil of California, and later given to Prof. Hutchinson for his use.

 
William Henry Jackson chromolithograph portraits of native americans [graphic].

Includes portraits of Ute high chief Ignacio; Apache chiefs Garfield, Pouche Te Foya and Sanches; and Pueblo Indians Jose Jesus and wife.

 
William Henry Jackson diary, 1866-1874.

Diaries (1866-1867) record his "bullwacking" experiences in the West, including journeys to Salt Lake and California, and East to Omaha. Diary (1873-1874) records experiences with the Hayden Survey, chiefly in Colorado.

 
William Henry Knight papers, 1862-1981 (bulk 1868-1935).

Contains correspondence, subject files, writings, clippings, tributes, and ephemera. Correspondence includes letters to wife Ella, daughter Stella Knight Ruess, and other family members and some professional correspondence including some while working for H.H. Bancroft and Co. Subject files include items...

 
William Henry Patten papers, 1847-1880.

Mainly letters written to him from his brother-in-law, Caleb Gardner, describing Vera Cruz in 1847; from H. A. Lake re business in Honolulu; from Charles A. Hill, describing Valparaiso; and from partners in mining ventures in Tuolumne County and near...

 
William Henry Shippee Whaling correspondence, 1860-1862

Mainly to father. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

 
William Henry Smyth papers, [ca. 1913-1939]

Nine cartons of material (manuscripts, letters, clippings, etc.) assembled by Smyth in volumes; one carton, miscellaneous unbound papers.

 
William Herzog photographic portrait, undated

One black/white photographic portrait of Herzog, a Lincoln collector, n.d. The Wyles Collection has books donated by Herzog, as well as a 1949 five-disc set of sound recordings, "Speaking of Mr. Lincoln," by him. [Oversize boxed].

 
William Hewlett Memorial Service [videorecording]

Service was held in Stanford University's Memorial Church on January 20, 2001; includes tributes by Herant Katchadourian, Maggie Lacey Schneider, Arjay Miller, David W. Packard, and Walter B. Hewlett.

 
William Higby correspondence, 1837-1856.

Mainly letters to his father. Some concerning his law practice and saw mill at Mokelumne Hill, 1854-1855. A few letters from his father and other members of the family in the East.

 
William Higby Letters, 1837-1859.

Letters of William Higby to his mother and father

 
William Horace Ivie papers, 1906-1945.

Military passes to Oakland, 1906; World War II ration books; badges.

 
William Horne Dame papers, 1855-1884.

Papers of a Mormon bishop.

 
William Howard Taft portrait, 1909

Engraving, signed "Sincerely Yours, Wm. H. Taft." Barmore Publishing Co., New York. Pencil notation, "Eighth proof from the copper plate – Schneider." Gift of Frederica Poett, Santa Barbara. Deframed 5/2/06. Alpha list. ++ Oversize boxed.

 
William Howard Taft trip schedule and letters signed by his secretary, Fred W. Carpenter, 1910 April 9, May 3, May 9-10.

One typed schedule of President William Howard Taft's trip to New York and Passaic, May 9-10, 1910, which includes a visit to the Actors' Fund Fair at the 71st Regiment Armory in New York, a banquet of the Board of...

 
William Hoy papers, 1935-1949.

Contains correspondence from researchers and fellow historians, particularly concerning Chinese American local history and San Francisco's Chinatown, including letters from Louis Adamic, Carl Glick, Idwal Jones, and Carey McWilliams. Includes working drafts, research notes, and clippings from Hoy's writings, including...

 
William I. Gardner and Mercedes P. Gardner family papers, circa 1900-1991.

Chiefly writings by Mercedes Gardner, including scripts for the "Scooter" radio show broadcast in 1940s-1950s in Sacramento, California, "Menelik," an unpublished historical novel, and short stories, plays, and poetry. Also includes family history, personal correspondence, and Philip family materials.

 
William II, German Emperor correspondence

Copies of letters from William II, relating to European diplomacy before World War I. Includes an autographed portrait of William II in 1912; photographs of William II in Morocco in 1905, with Theodore Roosevelt in 1910, and with Paul von...

 
William Irwin papers, 1848-1877.

Some documents signed as Governor of California. Also miscellaneous college papers, letter of recommendation and teaching contract.

 
William J. Donovan Memorial Foundation records

Minutes, meeting materials, correspondence, financial records, printed matter, and memorabilia, relating to efforts to promote the legacy of the United States Office of Strategic Services.

 
William J. Morton papers, 1873-1890.

Chiefly letters from members of the Frémont family; many received while General Frémont was Governor of Arizona.

 
William J. Nelson documents, 1856.

Relates to the case William Nelson vs. George Nelson held in the California Supreme Court, San Francisco re claims on the estate of William J. Nelson who died intestate in l855. Include statement of facts in the case, brief and...

 
William J. Sarles Hickox collection of Stockton, Calif. ephemera, 1878-1914.

Collection of Stockton ephemera contains receipt letterhead for grocer J. Sarles, an envelope from bookseller and stationer George Kroh, and an envelope addressed in manuscript to William Jeremiah Sarles Hickox in Stocton. Also includes W.J.S. Hickox's passbook from the Stockton...

 
William J. Tormey photograph collection [graphic]

Portraits of William Tormey; printed panoramic view from Berkeley, panorama group portrait of California Municipal League, 1912, banquet for J. Daniels by S.F. Chamber of Commerce, 1913.

 
William Jack letter, 1895 April 13

(1834-1924). One letter (ALS) from Jack, a Scottish professor of mathematics and member of the publishingi firm Macmillan & Co., to [?] Bryce, re advice about publishing a book on [William Makepeace] Thackeray . Glasgow, April 13, 1895. Alpha list.

 
William Jackson Losh Collection, 1908-1973.

Correspondence, advertising, employee records, legal materials.

 
William James Herschel papers on fingerprinting, 1818-1932.

Contains correspondence, manuscripts of writings, photographs, printed documents, and original examples of fingerprints reflecting the origins and early years of the science. Includes several portraits of Herschel.

 
 
William John Kerr papers, 1956-1975.

Include letters by Dorothy (Fish) Kerr and her husband, William John Kerr; copies of her poems and paintings; a paper by Dr. Kerr relating to the history of the Kerrydale Ranch in Humboldt County; clippings relating to their activities; and...

 
William Jones papers, 1861-1864.

Consists of correspondence and invoice records of Lt. Colonel William Jones (Company I, 2nd Cavalry Calif. Volunteers) during the American Civil War. Lt. Colonel Jones was stationed at Camp Albert, Camp Drum, Camp Lathem, Camp Independence in the Calif. Owens...

 
William Joseph Hardee engraved portraits, undated

[General, CSA]. Two engraved portraits, n.d.

 
William Keith sketchbook [graphic]

Sketches in pencil, ink and charcoal. Most unidentified, some views in Yosemite. Also contains a Joaquin Miller poem, "Some Little Song", and various notes.

 
William Kimball Flaccus collection, circa 1930-1972

(1911-1972). Small collection of correspondence of American poet and biographer Flaccus (to Herbert West), typescript poems, and clippings, including obituary, ca. 1930-1972. Alpha list.

 
William Kimberly Palmer scrapbooks : Chicopee, Mass. : 1919-1933.

Contains poems by William Kimberley Palmer, autographed, and a collection of autographed letters. Signatures include those of Ray Stannard Baker, Katherine Lee Bates, Nicholas Murray Butler, Royal Cortissoz, Josephus Daniels, Walter Prichard Eaton, Bernard Fäy, E.H. Jeans, Robert Underwood Johnson,...

 
William King Rogers papers, 1879-1884.

Chiefly letters, received while Private Secretary to President R.B. Hayes, from General and Mrs. Frémont, concerning Frémont's Governorship of Arizona Territory, Judge Charles Silent and others associated in land and mining ventures in Arizona, Colorado and Mexico.

 
William Knox estate receipts, 1878.

from University of Wyoming, American Heritage Center;

 
William L. Beebe receipts, 1848.

Receipt to Walter Colton, endorsed by Colton; receipt on behalf of Sherman & Ruckel to G.W. Bellamy.

 
William L. Garrison papers, 1972-2013.

Includes correspondence, writings, teaching materials, and computer files.

 
William L. Hughson Company collection, 1906-1937.

3 ledger books containing meeting minutes of the William L. Hughson Company, along with correspondence, statistics, and invoices, the latter regarding a dispute involving insurance premiums paid by the William L. Hughson Company on behalf of the Standard Gas Engine...

 
William L. Jolly papers, circa 1952-1987.

Includes course materials, research notebooks, and reprints.

 
William L. Jolly photographs of the U.C. Berkeley campus and San Francisco's North Beach and Chinatown districts [graphic].

Photographs depict U.C. Berkeley campus and San Francisco's North Beach and Chinatown districts. Berkeley campus views are studies of the Hearst Mining Building, the Campanile (Sather Tower), and the old Chemistry Building.

 
William L. Marcy papers, 1835-1854.

Includes letter to T.S. Jesup, U.S. Quartermaster Dept., concerning shipment of volunteers (Stevenson's Regiment) to California, and letter to Ogden Hoffman relating to arrest of Mr. Dillon, French Consul, San Francisco.

 
William Ladd Jones papers, 1855-1903.

Letters to friends and relatives in Maine mainly while serving as a minister in Camptonville and Eureka concerning family matters, living conditions, Indians, and a trip to Santa Cruz.

 
William Leadbetter correspondence, 1709 August-September

Four letters (ALS) re apprenticeship of William Leadbetter, to and from correspondents William Gatchele, Jacob Martin, Ephraim Harper, and Roger North. [Ireland], Aug.-Sept. 1709. See also: Ballitore Family Papers (Mss 3). Alpha list.

 
William Lee letters, 1846-1850.

12 letters. 8 of them are from William Lee. Some are to his son Joseph N. Lee, others are to his wife Maria M. Lee, and one is to his sister Mary. Many of these were written either en route...

 
William Letts Oliver miscellany, 1876-1907.

Vol. 1 and v. 2: Abstracts of title and related papers for two properties in Oakland, Calif. The first, dated 1887, for land on Central Ave. (or West Twelfth St.) near Linden, contains loose title papers relating to Oliver's purchase...

 
William Little Lee letters, 1847-1850.

Written from Honolulu, mainly to Simon Greenleaf, describing his work as a judge and as commissioner to quiet land titles, with information on the judiciary system in Hawaii, the framing of land codes, the foreign and native population, the effects...

 
William Lovering Locke papers, 1883-1913.

Mainly letters, 1897-1899, written to Locke from the London office of the Pacific Borax and Redwood's Chemical Works, Ltd. concerning the processing and sale of borax; scrapbook of clippings re borax 1883-1897; genealogical information on the Locke family.

 
William M. Baker letters : San Francisco, 1849-1850.

Reporting, after voyage around the Horn, to his father in Connecticut, on conditions in California. Company about to be disbanded, lumber cargo disposed of and ship now wholly owned by Robert Morgan.

 
William M. Brinner papers, 1960-1990.

The William M. Brinner papers include correspondence, writings, course materials, subject files, and professional files documenting Brinner's career as a Professor in the Dept. of Near Eastern Languages at the University of California, Berkeley. It also includes materials stemming from...

 
William M. Mandel papers, circa 1940s-2000s.

The collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, articles, transcripts of radio broadcasts, alphabetical subject files, autobiographical materials, photographs and news clippings.

 
William Maguire mining records, 1873-1918.

Includes diaries and cash account and payroll records, some pertaining to the Little York Gold Washing and Water Co., 1873-1875, whose ledgers Maguire subsequently used to record his own mining activities, 1895-1918, in his Liberty Hill Mining Co.

 
William Maltman collection of documents relating to his management of the Coabortita gold and silver mining company in Mazatlan, Mexico, [1860s].

Preferred citation: William Maltman collection of documents relating to his management of the Coabortita gold and silver mining company in Mazatlan, Mexico, BANC MSS 84/147 m, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
William Maltman letters : to his wife, Statira Maltman, Nevada City, Calif., 1856-1872.

Thirty three letters (101 p.), 2 original 3-cent postage envelopes with Wells, Fargo & Co. logo postmarked from Sacramento and San Francisco addressed to Mrs. William Maltman, Nevada City, Calif,, and 1 drawing of a cemetery enclosure by Chauncey Ford...

 
William Maltman mining papers, 1858-1871.

Four folders: the first two contain 17 deeds, the second two contain 29 miscellaneous documents, all relating to mining in and around Nevada City, California, and especially to E.P. Marselus and William Maltman's Manzanita Mining Company and the Bourbon Hill...

 
William Marshall Swayne typescript, 1909 February 12

. Copy of typescript "Reminiscences of a Treasury Clerk in War Times," re Civil War experiences and meeting Abraham Lincoln in 1864. Written and read at the Abraham Lincoln one hundredth birthday dinner meeting, [Chester County, PA], 12 Feb. 1909...

 
William Marston Seabury letter, 1929 June 1

One letter (TLS) to Judge Paul J. McCormick re the motion picture industry. Laid in Seabury's Motion Picture Problems. New York, 1 June 1929. Alpha list.

 
William (Maurice) miscellaneous papers

Correspondence, writings, and printed matter, relating to the book by M. William, entitled Sun Yat-Sen versus Communism : New Evidence Establishing China's Right to the Support of Democratic Nations (Baltimore, 1932).

 
William Maxwell Evarts note, 1882/1883 December 16

[U.S. Secretary of State, 1877-1881]. One note (ANS) to an unknown party, saying that a letter has gone forward and that he cannot attend a meeting as he is going to Washington. 16 Dec. 1882 or 1883.

 
William McCleave papers, 1862-1904.

Relating mainly to his career as army officer, particularly service with 1st cavalry, California Volunteers, 1861-1866, in engagements against Navajoes and Apaches in New Mexico. Included are copies of two letters from James H. Carleton, to Christopher Carson and Joseph...

 
William McFee writings, 1925-1930.

Include holograph manuscript of his story, The Virgin of Loreto (1925) and galley proof of North of Suez (1930).

 
William McFee writings, [ca.1913-1928].

Holograph manuscripts for his novels, Casuals of the Sea and Command. With these, letter, Feb. 3, l928, to a Mr. Gaige concerning the writing of Command.

 
William McKendree Carson diary, Feb. 1-Mar. 17, 1849 : and related materials : ms.S, 1849-1874.

Incomplete record of voyage around the Horn from Baltimore, Md., on ship, Jane Parker (not in correct order on film)

 
William Miller papers : ALS and DS, 1821.

Letters and documents as colonel in the Peruvian Army.

 
William Morris letter, circa 1893 April 23, 1927, 1933

(1834-1896). One letter (ALS) to [C. E. Keahes?], re printing matters. Kelmscott House, 23 Apr. [ca. 1893]. Also, two letters (ALS) by Emery and Dorothy Walker, re Morris' ideals being upheld. , 1927 , 1933. Alpha list.

 
William N. Boyton letter to certify a lost equipage, 1865 August 8.

Holograph letter written by William N. Boynton, 1st Lt., Comdg. Co. F 27th Iowa Inf., titled "Certified Statement of Camp and Garrison Equipage Lost in Store or by Transportation". The letter, written in Clinton, Iowa, states that a Camp &...

 
William N. Davis, Jr. World War II collection.

William Newell Davis, Jr. was born in Kingsburg, CA in 1915 and lived for a number of years in Dinuba. He received a Bachelor's in History from Fresno State College in 1936, a secondary teaching credential from U.C. Berkeley in...

 
William N. Davis, Jr. World War II collection.

William Newell Davis, Jr. was born in Kingsburg, CA in 1915 and lived for a number of years in Dinuba. He received a Bachelor's in History from Fresno State College in 1936, a secondary teaching credential from U.C. Berkeley in...

 
William N. Starr collection, 1862-1864

[Civil War Union Captain, Ohio Infantry, 42nd Regiment (Vol), Co. C]. Collection of correspondence to family members, 1862-1864. Photocopies of typescript copies.

 
William Neufeld memoir : ms.

Account of his arrival in California in 1911 from Russia, Mennonite religion in California, additions to memoir, vita for William Neufeld and correspondence with Robert Johnson.

 
William Newton Byers : a collection of some of his works : manuscript, 1970 June.

Includes a biographical sketch of Byers; and copies of Byer MSS in The Bancroft Library, with Lane's explanatory notes.

 
William Norris Dakin diaries, 1932-1992.

Preferred citation: William Norris Dakin diaries, BANC MSS 94/25 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
William Norris Dakin journals, 1935-1937.

Experiences recorded while travelling throughout Sonora and Chihuahua, Mexico, as an ore-buyer for the Texas Mining and Smelting Company. Contain detailed descriptions of villages, people, food, and customs. Illustrated with pen and ink and watercolor sketches by the author.

 
William North Steuben journal : and related material, 1849-1850.

Preferred citation: William North Steuben journal, BANC MSS C-F 183, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

 
William Novak collection of Richard Brautigan, 1957-1970.

Serial and ephemeral publications containing contributions by Brautigan.

 
William O. Armsted letters : to his family : ALS, 1849 Apr. 4-1852 Mar. 4.

This group of eleven letters spans three years in the travels of William O. Armsted, as he makes his way from Ohio to Calif., and then to various mining locations, including Gold Creek, Rough & Ready, and Nevada City. There...

 
William Otto Emerson papers, circa 1830-1900.

Collection of materials by various naturalists, including William Cooper, J.G. Cooper, Walter E. Bryant, and Mrs. Emerson Crowell. Papers relating to natural history, principally ornithology. Folder 5 includes Hummingbirds Nest Building, observations recorded February 22 to April 3, 1900.

 
William P. Daingerfield letters to his family : typescript, 1850-1853.

Typed transcripts of letters written mainly from Sacramento and Shasta, describing his voyage to California, economic conditions there, experiences gold digging, the city of Sacramento, and his law practice.

 
William P. Gray family photograph albums [graphic].

Photographs and other material documenting the personal life, family history and career of Judge William P. Gray. Photographs depict Gray throughout his life. Also depicted are Gray's wife Elizabeth Polin Gray; his grandfather, Judge Algernon Sidney Gray; his father, Judge...

 
William P. Warren family correspondence, 1850-1852.

William's letter home is a capsule summary of his overland journey to California. He describes setting out from St. Joseph after an overturned wagon and broken wheel caused several days of delay. He talks of sickness on the trail and...

 
William P. Wood papers, 1893-1917.

Correspondence, legal agreements, and manuscripts of writings of an American residing in Mexico, relating mainly to attempts to contruct a railroad from Vera Cruz to Campeche, and to Mexican politics and property. Include letters from Frank L. Polk, Walter Q....

 
William P.C. Stebbins papers, 1853-1857.

Papers relating to Stebbins' lawsuit against the San Francisco Manufacturing Company concerning the construction of the state prison at San Quentin; with accounts and payrolls.

 
William Penn Abrams diary, 1849-1851.

Daily record of trip to California from Alabama (from New Orleans to Chagres on brig, Pedraza; from Panama to San Francisco on brig, Copiapó); experiences in California including the "Stanislaus diggins," visit to Major Savage and view of Yosemite Valley,...

 
William Penn Mott Jr. Memorial Fund Records

The William Penn Mott, Jr. Memorial Fund records contain correspondence, memos, meeting minutes, agendas, financial records, and the draft of and research materials for the Mott biography by Mary Ellen Butler. The bulk of the collection consists of the background...

 
William Popper papers, circa 1876-1959.

The collection includes administrative materials; correspondence; articles; manuscripts; typescripts; proofs; translations; research materials; indexes; subject files; maps; and writings by others related to Popper's career as a Professor of Semitic Philology and Arabic at the University of California, Berkeley.

 
William Prentiss papers, 1841-1884 (bulk 1846-1863).

Letters relate mainly to his journey to California in 1850 and experiences in the mines; papers are primarily concerned with his medical career.

 
William Preston Johnston letter, 1878 January 19

One letter (ALS) to H.F. Campbell, re memoir of his father, Civil War Confederate General Albert Sidney Johnston. Laid in The Life of Albert Sidney Johnston [Wyles E467.1 J73 J6]. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

 
William R. Boggs correspondence, circa 1861-1879

Purchase, HCA, $529 incl. commission, 2010. Wyles funds? See auction description.

 
William R. Bryant World War II collection.

Diary and photographs. Diary covers brief period during 1944-45 (?) when William R. Bryant was stationed in Italy (Foggia?) flying B17 bomber raids. Photographs include servicemen and aerial views of bombing targets. Some newspaper clippings.

 
William R. Bryant World War II collection.

Diary and photographs. Diary covers brief period during 1944-45 (?) when William R. Bryant was stationed in Italy (Foggia?) flying B17 bomber raids. Photographs include servicemen and aerial views of bombing targets. Some newspaper clippings.

 
William R. Hearst party photographs [graphic]

Photographs show parties at San Simeon and Santa Monica: William Randolph Hearst with friends and sons, some in costume.

 
William R. Morgan papers, 1852-1862.

Includes deeds of conveyance for mining claims, 1856-1862, in Sierra County, and miscellaneous receipts and accounts.

 
William R. Olden gold rush letters ; pioneer letters, 1849-1877

Twenty-two letters from William Rodman Olden in California to his family in Bucks County, Pa.; 5 envelopes, 3 imprinted with business logos. The first letter is addressed to his wife and dated from Panama on May 13, 1849. The rest...

 
William R. Schofield papers, circa 1955-1970.

Most of the materials in the collection date from 1955, with the majority relating to the 1960s and early 1970s. There is very little concerning Schofield's earlier activities or his work on the Forest Practice Act. The collection includes materials...

 
William Randall Wells autobiography and related material, 1900.

Notes on his family and early life in New England; medical training; voyages around Cape Horn; experiences in Tahiti, as head of the U.S. Hospital, 1841-1843; California in 1850; medical practice in Petaluma.

 
William Randolph Hearst, Jr. photograph collection [graphic].

Photographs documenting the private and public life of William Randolph Hearst, Jr. (son of William Randolph and Millicent Hearst) and the Hearst family from the late 19th century to 1990. Includes studio portraits, commercial or press photographs, snaphots, and a...

 
William Reed family papers, circa 1811-1911.

Mainly relating to Oakland land holdings of William Reed (1811-1905). Includes a photocopy of a biographical sketch of William Reed, one photo-reproduction of portraits of Hannah and William Reed, a marriage license between Nellie Reed and R. Mayan, and a...

 
William Renton dictation and biographical material, 1887-1890.

Includes dictation, biographical sketch and draft of published biography.

 
William Robert Prince papers, 1849-1851.

117 letters written primarily to his wife, Charlotte, mainly from Sacramento, where he ran a miners' variety store and collected plant material for his New York horticultural gardens. Comments on voyage from New York to California via the Isthmus of...

 
William Rude Davis scrapbooks, 1869-1912.

Newspaper clippings, letters, etc., dealing with Davis' political, social and business activities in Alameda County during the period, 1869-1912, including his work on behalf of the University of California and his run for Governor of California.

 
William Rufus Shafter correspondence, 1898-1901.

Letters from A.S. Daggett, James Wilson and Henry Clarke Corbin.

 
William S. Harlow papers, 1885-1904.

v.1: Letters received, including one from Victor Howard Metcalf; v. 2: scrapbook containing advertising cards, some photographs, clippings and autographs; v.3: scrapbook, mainly of clippings relating to Harlow's activities as sheriff, Alameda County.

 
William S. Hull WWII ephemera, circa 1942-1943

Collection of WWII-related materials, including: "Pla Packet" cards, a set of 55 cards for use in aerial identification (via silhouettes) of Allied, Japanese and German aircraft; "Flying for Victory," a service diary for the Air Force, (unannotated); Literary Digest "War...

 
William S. Jewett letters, 1849-1871.

Letters written to his family in the East, relating mainly to his voyage to California in 1849; his visit to Coloma and lessons in gold mining; experiences as an artist, doing portraits of J.A. Sutter, Jonathan D. Stevenson, and Walter...

 
William S. Mailliard papers, circa 1930-1984 (bulk 1950-1977).

Contains materials relating to Mailliard's service as U.S. Congressman and as ambassador to the Organization of American States (1974-1976).

 
William S. Matthews document, circa 1862 September 7

[Connecticut Infantry, 5th Regiment (Vol), Band]. One Civil War document (ADS): Discharge, 7 Sept. 1862, and pencil sketch map of Bull Run, n.d.

 
William S. Rosecrans letters and telegram, 1882 June 20; 1882 July 14; 1882 July 15.

Two holograph letters written by W. S. Rosecrans on official stationery of the House of Representatives, Washington, D. C. to Herbert Smith, Esq. in San Francisco, California, and one telegram composed and sent by W. S. Rosecrans on official stationery...

 
William S. Rouverol papers, 1970-2009..

Papers regarding Rouverol's attempts to create an updated voting machine after the 2000 presidential election; Axicon Gear Company papers; and other inventions and hobbies.

 
William S. Sharon and William C. Ralston business records, 1859-1886.

The bulk of collection consists of various forms of real estate legal documents of William S. Sharon including deeds, mortgages, conveyances, and trusts. Includes a $1,000,000 mortage of Sharon's with the Hibernia Savings and Loan Society. Also includes a number...

 
William Sargent Ladd dictations and biographical materials, 1888-1889.

Includes dictations by Ladd, his wife, Caroline Ames (Elliott) Ladd, and T.B. Wilcox; typed drafts and printer's copy of the published biographical sketch; and copy of letter from L.S. Hatch of The History Company to Ladd, July 11, 1888.

 
William Saroyan clippings of articles, stories, plays, 1938-81.

Two items removed from the Allan Seager papers.

 
William Saroyan collection of letters and papers, 1938-1977.

Included mimeographed copy of his play, Jim Dandy, Feb. 21, 1947; letter to Dore Schary, Jan. 22, 1952; and speech delivered at meeting of The Friends of The Bancroft Library, May 8, 1977.

 
William Saroyan correspondence with Anne Avakian, 1979-1980.

Contains two letters from Saroyan, 1979 Feb. 13 and March 3; copy of a sketch of Saroyan with his annotation, 1979 March 3; copies of six letters from Avakian, 1977-1980; and photocopy of a clipping from the New York Times,...

 
William Saroyan letters to Christopher Rand, 1938-1939.

9 letters and postcards to Christopher Rand, editor of The Coast, 1938-1939. Comments on stories submitted for publication and on other works in progress.

 
William Saroyan note, 1958 March 15

One note (ANS) to Lena and Joe Petracca, bon voyage wishes. Malibu, 15 Mar. 1958. Alpha list.

 
William Saroyan papers, 1905-1999.

Collection includes personal and business correspondence, typescripts, annotated drafts, original drawings, family photo albums, and audio materials.

 
William Schwartzman collection on Isaac Stern, 1937-1990.

Contains various materials collected by William Schwartzman about the violinist Isaac Stern, including newspaper clippings; copies of photographs; and a letter Stern sent to the cantor of San Francisco's Congregation Emanu-El, Reuben R. Rinder (1946).

 
William Sharp correspondence, 1858-1888 (bulk 1880-1888).

Contains 11 letters mostly to and from William Sharp while attending California Military Academy in Oakland. Topics include the entertainment scene in San Francisco, describing happenings in The Dalles, Oregon, discussing the outcome of the presidential election in 1888, discussing...

 
William Sharp papers, 1897-1905.

Two letters written, one signed as Fiona Macleod, to William Meredith in 1897 about the publication of Sharp's writings and those of Mona Caird. Also includes two clippings and a letter by Edith Wingate Rinder, after Sharps death, about William...

 
William Sherwood letters, 1850 May 23 and August 25, to his wife, Esther.

Written from Mariposa and Hawkinsville, California, describing mining experiences, prices of goods, etc.

 
William Siri Sierra Club papers, 1946-1983.

Papers relating to William Siri's involvement in the Sierra Club.

 
William Somerset Maugham letter, 1937 September 1

One letter (TLS) to a Miss Hale, re type of article he might write for Town and Country. Villa Mauresque, September 1, 1937. Alpha list.

 
William Spencer Lowden Collection, 1870-1930

Correspondence; copies of land records; survey field notes and tables; stock certificates, receipts; notes on road work, travel sheets, ticket boxes for wagon road companies.

 
William Spencer Lowden papers, 1870-1929.

Contains the documents of a Surveyor and Land Attorney in Trinity County, including deeds, mining claims, indentures, abstract of title, survey maps, letters, drawings and charts

 
William Sprague letter to Zachariah Allen, Esq., 1868 July 21.

One holograph letter written and signed by William Sprague from Washington about a tariff bill to impose a 2 cent per pound duty on cotton. He claims that legislators have a poor understanding of the subject and all hope of...

 
William Sproule correspondence, 1908-1934.

Items saved from the Sproule Mansion in San Francisco, including letters from Stephen Birch, W.D. Duke, William H. Crocker (for the Community Chest of San Francisco), Frank P. Deering (concerning the Bohemian Club), John Lawson, Paul Shoup, and Horace D....

 
William Stanage Wilson biographical sketch : and related material, [ca. 1887-1888]

Includes typescript biography, 1888; information about Wilson's connection with mining in Nevada, 1888; manuscript biography signed by Wilson, 1887; and letter to Hubert Howe Bancroft with list of Wilson's heirs.

 
William T. Bagley legislative papers, 1961-1974.

Bill file regarding legislation introduced in the California Assembly concerning topics such as indigent, medical services, judges, taxation, housing, veterans, local authority, search and seizure, roads, education, courts, discrimination, health and safety.

 
William T. Reid and Christine Reid photograph collections [graphic]

Majority of photographs were collected by William T. Reid and show buildings, grounds, students and activities of the Belmont School, and include some family portraits and snapshots. Materials from the Christine L. Reid papers include two lithographs from the U.S.P.R.R....

 
William T. Reynolds correspondence : with wife Julia Reynolds : ALS, 1849-1851.

Contains two letters from William Reynolds to his wife Julia and one letter from Julia to William. William describes San Francisco during the gold rush and asking her to meet him in Calif. Julia talks of their infant son and...

 
William Taylor reminiscences, 1884.

Recollections of overland journeys to California, 1852 and 1853 (after return via Panama for the rest of his family); experiences with his sons in the mines; life in Nevada County.

 
William Tecumseh Sherman engraving, circa late 19th century

One engraving, carte de visite size, of Sherman in uniform, with stamp of Joseph Ward, Boston, on reverse.

 
William Tecumseh Sherman photograph, circa late 19th century

One b/w cabinet card size photograph of Sherman in uniform, later in life.

 
William Tecumseh Sherman portraits, circa 1866

Printed portraits and other scenes with Sherman in them. [Oversize boxed].

 
William Tell Coleman papers, 1854-1884.

Mainly letters from Coleman to his father, Francis W. Page (his brother-in-law), H.D. Bacon and Samuel Gaty relating to family and financial matters, some referring to the failure of Page, Bacon and Company. Also included: accounts with Samuel Gaty, 1859-1861;...

 
William Tornheim collection on the Jewish History of Contra Costa County, California records, 1865-1982.

The collection contains legal documents and court files; historical notes; biographical and genealogical material; minutes; invoices; reports; receipts; photographs; interviews, including one with William Tornheim; correspondence, including some with Robert E. Levinson; membership certificates; newspaper clippings and articles; and Freemason...

 
William Van Voorhies papers, 1850-1852.

Mainly correspondence as California Secretary of State. Letters from William J. Shaw, H.W. Halleck, Lewis W. Sloat and others. Also promissory notes from Antonio M. Pico.

 
William W. Dodge papers, 1866-1882.

Include letter from Jacob S. Taber concerning business in San Francisco, 1868; receipted bills from the Auzerais House in San Jose, 1869; and invitations.

 
William W. Elmendorf papers, circa 1919-1997.

The collection contains materials related to the professional career of anthropologist William W. Elmendorf. It includes correspondence, manuscripts, research material and ethnographic notes, card files, course materials, subject files, conference materials and audiotapes and sound disks related to his work...

 
William W. Hansen lecture notebooks

These notes are based upon the special series of lectures delivered to the members of Radiation Laboratory by Dr. W.W. Hansen....

 
William W. Hibbs letters, circa 1861-1865.

Contains 44 letters written while fighting for the Union during the Civil War, mostly from West Virginia. Many of the letters are to David Hanes. A few of the letters are written by his brother Thomas Hibbs.

 
William W. Stow letters to his son, Sherman P. Stow, 1861-1892.

Mainly concerning his son's education and management of family property in Santa Barbara Co., Calif. Some mention of his own activities and legal practice. Three letters addressed to his daughter-in-law, Ida.

 
William Walker materials, 1855-1856.

Collection relates to William Walker's exploits in Mexico and Central America, and includes a mostly blank form for "Independence Loan for the Republic of Lower California" signed by Edmund Randolph; a page from an unidentified book describing "General Walker's fillibustering...

 
William Wallace Campbell postcards, 1903-1928.

Includes cards from Annie J. Cannon, Philip Fox, E.B. Frost, Johannes F. Hartmann, Annibale Riccò, Joel Stebbins, Harold Knox-Shaw and other astronomers. Cards depict Lick Observatory and other observatories in the United States and abroad.

 
William Warren Vernon papers, [ca. 1855-1914]

Include notes on a conversation with French historian François Guizot, and letters, some relating to the Franco-German war of 1870, from Albert, duc de Broglie, Charles Gavard, François Pierre Guillaume Guizot, Louis Philippe Albert d'Orléans, comte de Paris, Marie-Isabelle Francesca...

 
William Wayne documents, 1883

One printed document with holographic additions, discharge papers, 1883. .02 linear feet (1 folder).

 
[William Wegman. Cross country drive] [videorecording] /

Comedic performances to camera. Absurd stories mix with word play; product demonstrations extol the virtues of a specially modified cocktail tray, etc. Wegman's dog, Man Ray, appears in the last vignette.

 
[William Wegman. Cross country drive] [videorecording] /

Comedic performances to camera. Absurd stories mix with word play; product demonstrations extol the virtues of a specially modified cocktail tray, etc. Wegman's dog, Man Ray, appears in the last vignette.

 
William Whittingham Lyman memoirs : typescript, [ca. 1969- ]

A series of reminiscences relating to various topics: the Lyman family and other families settling in Napa Valley and the Lyman ranch; his wife, poet Helen Hoyt; his student days at the University of California, class of 1906; his teaching...

 
William Willard Crocker in memoriam documents, 1964.

Contains sympathy resolutions to Crocker's widow from several Boards of Directors that he served on.

 
William Wolcott collection, circa 1820s

Album, with holographic letters and remembrances, apparently from members of the Yale class of 1828. Presented by Mrs. E. Kendell Rogers, n.d.. Alpha list.

 
[William Wolff cartoon drawings for the California Pelican, and later artworks].

Original cartoon drawings executed for publication in the California Pelican, and clippings of various published cartoons from this source. Also includes later original woodcut prints, chiefly portraits, subjects of which include Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Irving Israel, Stanley Koppel, Roy Ragle, John...

 
William Wordsworth poem, 1844 December 26

One handwritten poem, untitled, Rydal Mount, 26 Dec. 1844 and one colored engraving of Wordsworth, both matted and framed. Alpha list. [Oversize boxed].

 
William Wyles Illuminated manuscript, 1934

Illuminated manuscript honoring Wyles, made in the Santa Barbara State Teachers College Art Department, 1934. [Oversize boxed].

 
William Wyles picture postcards, circa 1904

Nine picture postcards of Arizona, Utah and Canada, addressed to Mrs. William Wyles, ca. 1904.

 
William Wyles portraits, circa early-mid 20th century

Three black and white portraits of Mr and Mrs. William Wyles. [Oversize boxed].

 
William Zev Hassid family photograph album [graphic]

Photographs show family scenes and everyday life of the Hassid family: vacations (many California locations), pets, babies, etc. Includes telegraphs notifying family members of various deaths.